Headlines: American Idol Hollywood Week, The Voice 10 Battles Film

The American Idol Hollywood Rounds begin airing on FOX today at 8/7c PM at 8 pm. We’ll be live blogging all of it!

The Voice season 10 Battle Rounds are scheduled to be filmed today and tomorrow at 10 and 2 pm PT in Los Angeles. Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, Christina Aguilera and Pharrell Williams will be on hand to whittle down the Top 48.

Adam Lambert Tune on Tonight’s Mob Wives

Back in black! Adam Lambert looks cool in colour coordinated ensemble as he arrives in Adelaide to continue his Australian tour – He has a huge fanbase in Australia, so it’s no surprise to see Adam Lambert back Down Under for the Australian leg of his The Original High world tour. Adam, 33, looked handsome and edgy in an all-black ensemble as he made his way through Adelaide Airport on Wednesday. The Ghost Town hit-maker rocked a tight black t-shirt that showed off the multiple tattoos on his toned arms. – Read more at Daily Mail

WATCH: Scotty McCreery Bets Against The Broncos And Loses – Scotty invited some of his buddies to his North Carolina beach house to watch Sunday’s AFC Championship game between New England and Denver. To make things interesting, Scotty — a diehard Patriots fan — made a bet with his buddy Evan. If the Pats won, Evan would take a dip in the frigid ocean, but if the Broncos won, it would be Scotty taking the polar plunge. – iHeart.com

Former ‘Idol’ Runner-Up Talks ‘Blood, Sweat & Tears’ of Music Biz – As “American Idol” continues its farewell season, Good Day Atlanta has been looking back at some of the show’s most spectacular moments and performers. And it’s impossible to list the show’s top performers without mentioning Bo Bice. – Watch the Video at FOX 5 Atlanta

Local ‘American Idol’ contestant visits Q108 studio – “I’ve been practicing and doing a lot of gigs, basically just musician practices to do something better and prepare for every moment that’s ahead,” she told Ryan and Gretchen. “My mom is a very intricate woman,” Tristan said. “She had planned all the way from Kuwait to be able to be there at my audition, without anybody even knowing. My dad didn’t even know. My brother didn’t know.” – Read more at Clarksville Now

American Idol contestant Manny Torres in studio – Michigan-native Manny Torres joins Fox 2’s Amy Andrews in studio to discuss his experience on American Idol. You can watch Manny as he competes to be the final American Idol on the farewell season Wednesday’s at 8pm, right here on Fox 2. – See the Video at FOX 2

Carrie Underwood Takes a Page From Tim McGraw’s Book, Builds Mobile Gym – Underwood posted a photo on Instagram of her new mobile gym, complete with an elliptical machine, weights, leg presses and more — something Tim McGraw recently established for himself, as well. Underwood says she’s “super excited” about the new fitness center on wheels, which will come in handy as she launches her Storyteller Tour later this month. “My new motto is: #ShreddedBySummer The one and only @eveoverlandfitness is going to help me get there. I’ll post progress as I go! I’m super excited!,” writes Carrie – Read more at Taste of Country

American Idol part of continuous cycle, says telecommunications professor – What “American Idol” and other talent shows like it has done is push the idea that it is all about talent, said Dom Caristi, professor of telecommunications. “They have a talent and it doesn’t take thousands and thousands of hours of rehearsal,” he said. “It doesn’t take working in small clubs for years and years to refine your art. What it takes is standing on a stage and making sure that a music industry executive sees you.” “The show gives almost a false hope for young singers,” she said. “The show makes the whole thing look so easy and simplified… it depicts the golden ticket to Hollywood as being so easily obtainable.” – Read more at Ball State

Penn researcher studies American Idol losers – After four – failed – auditions for American Idol, Junhow Wei got the message that he probably wasn’t going to be a pop star. But Wei, who is now on the verge of getting his Ph.D. in sociology at the University of Pennsylvania, has found a way to turn his rejection into something positive: a study on how Idol losers deal with bad news. Wei’s own reaction the first time he was rejected – anger – was a common one, he said. But, like lots of others, he also decided to try again, a tack he considers more in line with the “meritocratic” ideal that hard work and talent can triumph over lousy odds. – Read more at Philly.com

Kat McPhee taping Superbowl 50 Commercial Special

The duo will host Super Bowl’s Greatest Commercials to air on CBS February 2.

David Archuleta Enjoys the Snow

Jessica Sanchez endorses Clothing from David and Young

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