Headlines: Charlie Walk’s Accuser Speaks, Leah LaBelle Idol Moments

Remembering Leah LaBelle with her best American Idol moments –  Leah, who competed on season 3, went out in 12th place after Paula Abdul chose her as a wildcard. She was only a teen at the time.  Watch the videos at Entertainment Weekly

American Idol judge Lionel Richie to Be Honored

Red Marlow Posts A Photos from the Super Bowl Inclusion Concert in Minneapolis

The Voice season 13 singer, Esera Tuaolo hosted a Super Bowl concert in Minneapolis with his fellow season alums, Red Marlow, Keisha Renee, Adam Cunningham, Dennis Drummond, Mitchell Lee and more. Dubbed the “Inclusion Party” it was the first Super Bowl concert to foster LGBT inclusion in the NFL. Proceeds of the concert benefited several local charities.

Carrie Underwood Pulled Over for Speeding, Let Off With a Warning – Dash Cam Video

A viral sensation and former “The Voice” contestant welcomes his new baby girl – Singer-songwriter and former “The Voice” contestant Dave Crosby and his adorable, five-year-old daughter, Claire Ryann, have been soaking up the spotlight ever since they began gracing fans with their sweet duet performance videos on YouTube. That fame later earned Dave a spot on season 13 of NBC’s “The Voice.” If you haven’t guessed already, Dave and his beautiful wife, Ashley, just welcomed their second daughter and third child into the world. The little nugget, who was born on Jan. 29, now joins older sis Claire and big brother Carson. – Read more at Rare Country

Danielle Bradbery Says Being on ‘The Voice’ Made Her Grow Up Fast – “Being in the music industry, personally, just with everything that I’ve been able to experience, and being on The Voice at such a young age, you have to be a little bit more mature, just to tame yourself,” Bradbery tells The Boot. “You’re out there in front of everybody, and you have to not be crazy and not be immature. You have to have this certain personality. – Read more at The Boot

Charlie Walk’s Accuser Speaks: ‘I Needed to Share My Truth’ – “I wrote that letter as part of my own therapeutic process,” she continued. “Back when the original Harvey Weinstein accusations came out, truly something was unlocked in me and an experience I had put away for over a decade all came flooding back. Then I went to the Women’s March and I was truly impacted by that experience and I realized that I needed to share my truth.” – REad more at Variety.com

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