Adam Lambert Set to Guest Judge RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars tonight
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‘I need a better agent’: Keith Urban weighs in on Katy Perry’s hefty $25 million American Idol paycheck after being a judge on the show… and admits he prefers The Voice – ‘I need a better agent… I have no idea mate,’ Keith said, when asked how his paycheck for Idol compared to Katy’s on the Kyle and Jackie O show. Keith added: ‘I’m anxious to see the new lineup with Luke, Katy and Lionel…So it’s an interesting mix and I’m curious to see the show,’ he said. Keith said that he prefers the format of The Voice better, and spoke about his time on the show in Australia. ‘It’s more engaging with all the judges, the banter you get to have…I had a blast doing that,’ Keith said. – Read more at DailyMail.com
Showbiz Analysis: David Cook Talks Music, Fans, Confidence and Chromance – I think coming off of Idol in 2008, the landscape of the industry was so different. One of the really exciting ways in which the industry has shifted is there’s more opportunities for direct artist to fan connection and communication.” Very happily married, Cook finds himself pointing out that Chromance’s hot love-on-the-rocks song, “Gimme Heartbreak,” has nothing to do with his marital situation. – Listen to the podcast here. Read more at Parade
Chris Daughtry’s suggestion for the new “American Idol”: “All the making fun of people needs to go” – Speaking to the Miami Herald-Tribune, Chris says, “I never got a phone call about it. I had kind of wrapped my head around the idea that would be a really fun thing to do, so I was optimistic about the opportunity. But it never happened.” But Chris says he’ll definitely be tuning in when ABC’s reboot debuts March 11 — and there’s one change he’d like to see. “My personal opinion is, in a time when there are so many great artists out there that are just dying to be discovered, I feel like…all the making fun of people needs to go,” he says. – Read more at WJBD
Jekyll and Hyde: The Musical Starring Constantine Maroulis – He’s a dapper London doctor by day and an evil and mysterious creature at the same time. It speaks to the duality of man. Tony-nominated Constantine Maroulis will play both roles on stage at the Sandler Center for the Arts this weekend at Virginia Musical Theatre’s Jekyll & Hyde: The Musical. Constantine Maroulis stopped by The Hampton Roads Show to share his thoughts on the production and his new-found love of all things Hampton Roads. – Read more at WAVY.com
Kelly Clarkson Watching Herself on The Voice is Pretty Dang Hilarious
It’s another episode of Minute + a Glass of Wine. Here, Kelly watches her first episode of The Voice. Hilarity ensues.