Headlines: Blake Shelton on Cryptic Tweet, Ada Vox Talks Future

‘American Idol’: Ada Vox on Her Elimination and What’s Next For Her Music – The drag queen superstar (also known as Adam Sanders) tells ET the lesson she’ll take away from Katy Perry and reacts to being sent home. – See the Video at Entertainment Tonight

Ada Vox Reveals She Quit Day Job To Sing Full-Time: Will Start Touring & More Big Plans – “Oh, gosh! The real work starts after the competition, and this is after the competition for me. So now it is time to get on my grind and starting to be a real working girl,” Ada shared in an interview after her American Idol elimination. “So my day job is gone and now I am going to be doing this! This for as long as I can, because I want to live my dream and I want to live well doing it. So, I am planning to make a full career and I am starting to plan a tour already.” That’s right, Ada is going to keep performing and might even be coming to a town near you. How exciting! – Read more at Hollywood Life

Blake Shelton Says People Were ‘Way Off The Mark’ Regarding His Cryptic ‘Karma’ Tweet (Exclusive) – Blake Shelton says that people have been misinterpreting his intentionally vague remarks made in his recent tweet about “karma.” “If it was meant for people to know exactly what it meant, it wouldn’t have been so cryptic,” Shelton told ET’s Sophie Schillaci during a Facebook Live interview alongside Kelly Clarkson before Monday’s The Voice. “But I can tell you it’s been, actually, very entertaining to watch the world run with it and assume what they think it’s about.” – More at ET

Katharine McPhee Butchers Tony Nominations: “I Have Not Been Drinking” – Katharine McPhee struggled to pronounce a few of the 2018 Tony Award nominees on Tuesday. Taking the stage at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center, the American Idol alumna made her first flub upon announcing the nominees for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Play. While McPhee correctly pronounced the name of nominee Mark Rylance, she struggled to clearly state the name of his production—Farinelli and the King. “Wait, how do I say that?” she asked her co-host Leslie Odom Jr. – Read more at EOnline

A Quick Chat with Smash Vets Leslie Odom Jr. & Katharine McPhee After They Announced the 2018 Tony Noms – “For once in your life, you’re a part of making somebody else’s dream come true,” said Odom Jr., who nabbed a nomination (and subsequent win) in 2016 for his performance as Aaron Burr in Hamilton. “I remember what it felt like, and this feels like a full-circle moment. A Tony nomination changes your life.” “I love that we’re together this morning. Leslie and I had a lot of great moments on the set of Smash,” said McPhee. “It’s great to wake up early for a community that I am so newly a part of, but that I respect so much.” – Read more at Broadway.com

Arkansas teen who competed on ‘American Idol’ talks about future – In an interview with Arkansas Online, Noah Davis of Royal said his time on the competition show helped him gain confidence and gave him the push he needed to continue pursuing a career in music. “The show lit a fire inside of me,” said Davis, who turns 19 Saturday. When asked about how his life has changed after Idol, Davis said he has received a big amount of support through social media, family, friends and his community. “The first week after my audition aired, I went to Walmart to buy an item and ended up staying there for more than an hour. It was really fun that people recognized me and wanted to share their support,” he said. He said that he fell in love with Los Angeles while out there for the show and plans to make the cross-country move with his best friend in the next few months. – Read more at NWAOnline

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