Headlines: AGT Vegas Lineup, Carson Daly Expecting 4th Child

America’s Got Talent Vegas Show Lineup

Winner Kodi Lee will headline with runner-up Detroit Youth Choir, 2nd runner-up comic Ryan Niemiller, 4th place finishers dance troupe V. Unbeatable and finalist violinist Tyler Butler-Figueroa. The Show takes place at The Paris in Las Vegas November 7-10. Tyler is Simon’s golden buzzer. I wonder why 5th place finisher, Voices of Service aren’t appearing?

Carson Daly announces wife Siri is pregnant with baby No. 4 – Carson Daly announced the news on TODAY Friday that his wife, Siri, is pregnant with their fourth child! “We’re thrilled. We have the best family,” Carson said on the 3rd hour of TODAY. “We have a lot of fun, so we thought, ‘Why not? Let’s have another one.’” The baby, who is due in the spring, will join the couple’s children Jackson, 10, Etta, 7, and London, 5, to make it a family of six. – Read more at Today

Taylor Hicks Tours for Better Jobs for Veterans – NS2 Serves, an independent nonprofit organization that offers technology training and employment assistance to veterans, is teaming up with GRAMMY®-winning American Idol Taylor Hicks for a concert tour to raise money for the next class of veterans in the program. The series of intimate performances will feature songs from Hicks’ American Idol playbook along with a preview of new material from his highly-anticipated album due out next year. Performing in venues across the East Coast from October 10-24, Hicks has donated a pair of tickets and meet-and-greet packages for all six shows to a silent auction that will directly benefit NS2 Serves. – Read more at RFDTV

Cast Complete for National Tour of A Bronx Tale – The full cast is set for the 2019–2020 North American tour of the Broadway musical A Bronx Tale, which will hold technical rehearsals in Elmira, New York, October 18–19 at the Clemens Center before officially opening October 22 at the Palace Theater in Waterbury, Connecticut. The production will subsequently embark on a 22-week tour to over 30 cities, including Detroit, Orlando, Memphis, Pittsburgh, Durham, West Palm Beach, Omaha, Costa Mesa, Sacramento, and Austin. As previously announced, Nick Fradiani, the 2015 American Idol winner, will play Lorenzo in the forthcoming tour with Jeff Brooks as Sonny, Alec Nevin as Calogero, Kayla Jenerson as Jane, Stefanie Londino as Rosina, and George Vickers V as Tyrone. Newly announced for the production are Anthony Cipolla and Trey Alexander Murphy, who will play Young Calogero, with Martin Bonventre, Hallie Brevetti, Lauren Celentano, Tyler Dema, Bryan Dougherty, Adam Grabau, Mairys Joaquin, Breia Kelley, Christopher Miles, Brett Pederson, Dan Rosenbaum, Benjamin Sears, Mark Sippel, Johanna Taylor, Shaun Leslie Thomas, Joey Trombino, Darius Vines, Rhys Williams, and Nathan Wright. – Read more at Playbill

Dream to meet Carrie Underwood coming true for teen with inoperable brain tumor – As Juju and her family arrived at Rotolo’s, members of the Dreams Come True organization and Louisiana State Police was there to greet her. Dreams Come True is a non-profit organization granting dreams to children in Louisiana with life-threatening illnesses. Organization Executive Director Becky Prejean surprised Juju with her dream, which is meeting Carrie Underwood. This Sunday, Juju, along with her brother and parents will attend Underwood’s concert in Lafayette and meet the singer. The experience is going to be that much more memorable for Juju, who says Underwood inspired her to start singing. – Read more at WBRZ.com

Gwen Stefani and John Legend Call The Voice’s PCAs Nomination “Magical” – “I’m glad that people like us,” Legend dished. “The show has been around for 17 seasons and it’s great that people still love what we do and that this format is still something that they really just get excited for.” While the “Hollaback Girl” singer was overjoyed not only about the PCAs nom but also about rejoining The Voice this fall. She was last a coach in 2017. “Any time you get nominated for anything it’s really magical,” she shared. “But, just to be here again, for me, my mind is blown. It’s so fun being on the show. Everyone is so nice and funny and it’s just a family and it’s magical.” – Read more at EOnline

Blake Shelton Talks Life on ‘The Voice’ without Adam Levine – Blake opened up about life without Adam Levine on the hit NBC show, saying, “It’s weird to not have Adam here, because I don’t know who to be mad at.” Kelly commented, “That’s interesting,” before Blake went on to say, “I have found somebody to direct most of it towards” — indicating that “somebody” is Kelly! Clarkson pointed out, “They even got me in the seat, in Adam’s seat!” – Read more at Extra

Adam Levine Credits The Voice With Making Him “a Household Name” – “I think when the band made it and had that all going on in the early 2000s, I think I was really young and also, it was a different time,” Levine said in an interview with Zane Lowe for Apple Music’s Beats 1 show, released on Friday. “So I think not everyone had a camera on them at all times and you enjoyed a certain kind of privacy that I think you don’t enjoy anymore. And then being on The Voice and stuff really changed that even more. You know, it kind of launched me into the bizarre territory of being, I guess for lack of a better phrase, a household name.” “So then people’s grandparents know who you are, and then you know, it’s a different thing,” he added. – Read more at EOnline

Paula Abdul Raves About ‘Magical’ American Idol Reunion with Simon Cowell and Randy Jackson – Terri also caught up with Paula Abdul, who surprised her former “American Idol” co-star Simon Cowell by dancing with the Light Balance Kids. She didn’t reveal her identity until the end of their dance routine. As Seymour chatted with Paula, Simon walked up and shared what was going through his mind when she took off the mask. Watch! – Read more at ExtraTV

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