Headlines: American Idol & Rookie Crossover, Rosie Calls Out David Foster

The Rookie and American Idol Are Doing a Crossover and You Have to See It To Believe It – It’s the crossover none of us knew we desperately needed: American Idol and The Rookie! Yes, you read that right. American Idol is coming to The Rookie this week for a truly unexpected yet delightful crossover, and E! News has your first look at the slightly surreal event, which brings Lucy Chen (Melissa O’Neil) and Tim Bradford (Eric Winter) to the Los Angeles auditions of American Idol in search of a man who is apparently making and selling meth smoothies. Somehow, Chen gets mistaken for a contestant, and ends up being pushed into the audition room. Hopefully that means we’ll get to hear her sing! – Read more at EOnline

Dancing with the Stars Alum Karina Smirnoff Welcomes a Son – Karina Smirnoff just performed a quickstep into motherhood! The Dancing with the Stars alum, 42, gave birth to her first child, a baby boy, in Los Angeles this week, PEOPLE confirms. “Karina and baby are healthy and well,” a source close to Smirnoff tells PEOPLE. “She’s already head over heels in love. She’s excited for the next journey.” – Read more at People.com

Rosie O’Donnell Calls Out Multi-Millionaire David Foster for Only Contributing $1,000 to The Actors Fund – Actress Rosie O’Donnell was shocked when musician David Foster only donated $1,000 to her fundraiser to help the millions of artists who are sidelined and out of work due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. “This is horrible to say, and I probably shouldn’t say it, but I’m gonna say it,” she dished. “So when we did that thing the other night, for The Actors Fund, Katharine McPhee and David Foster, who’s worth hundreds of millions of dollars, they each gave $1,000. And everyone piped in and said, ‘You should have seen the look on your face.’ Because I’m sure I was shocked. I’m sure at first I thought I heard $100,000. And then I listened again. No, $1,000.” – Read more at CheatSheet

Adam Lambert On New Music, Dating And Keeping Busy While Social Distancing – Do you feel like you’re at a point in your career where you’re more or less creative than you’ve been in the past? Over the last 10 years, it’s easy to get caught up in the business side of things of music, and the commercial side of music and the competitive side of music. That’s just the business. It’s easy to get caught up in that mindset ? although it’s not necessarily a good idea to completely ignore it. But for me with this project, I finally was able to compartmentalize the creative side and not let it get tainted by this business. This is my fourth album, and it took me a little while to figure out how to do that and dig my feet in and be like this is what I want to make and this is what I’m making. – Read more at HuffPost.com

Colton Underwood Wasn’t Allowed to Publicly Discuss Peter Weber’s Season: They ‘Set Him Up for Failure’ – “One of my goals of the show is to break the fourth wall and I don’t think production really liked that I was on board with that,” the 28-year-old reality TV personality told Us Weekly’s “Here for the Right Reasons” podcast. “But nobody wants to feel tricked nowadays and and I think that was my growing frustration as I was, you know, watching or not really watching but hearing about Peter season and seeing the the recaps on Twitter, and they wouldn’t let me write about it. They wouldn’t let me talk about his season because I knew I’d keep it to real. They knew that I knew too much of what was going on.” – Read more at US Weekly

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