Tonight, the Top 12 are revealed on The Voice results show at 8/7c PM on NBC. Survivor Second Chance airs at 8/7c PM on CBS. The drama on Empire continues at 9/8c pm on FOX. Nashville returns to ABC at 10/9c PM.
Coldplay, Macklemore and Gwen Stefani headed to the AMAs – dick clark productions and ABC announced today that Coldplay, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis and Gwen Stefani will perform at the “2015 American Music Awards,” the world’s biggest fan-voted award show. Coldplay’s appearance will mark the U.S. television debut of the first single, “Adventure Of A Lifetime,” from their new album A Head Full of Dreams (out Dec 4); Macklemore & Ryan Lewis will premiere a new song for the first-time ever on television; and Gwen Stefani will perform her hit song “Used to Love You.” They join previously announced host and performer Jennifer Lopez, as well as 5 Seconds of Summer, Selena Gomez, Nick Jonas, Demi Lovato, One Direction, Carrie Underwood, WALK THE MOON, duets from Meghan Trainor and Charlie Puth, and Luke Bryan and Karen Fairchild of Little Big Town and the legendary Star Wars score to be performed by pop super group Pentatonix and a full symphony orchestra. The “2015 American Music Awards” will broadcast live on Sunday, November 22 at 8:00pm ET on ABC. – Via dc productions press release
CBS TO PRESENT SPECIAL LIVE BROADCAST OF “THE LATE SHOW with STEPHEN COLBERT” IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING “SUPER BOWL 50” – CBS announced today that a special live edition of THE LATE SHOW with STEPHEN COLBERT will be broadcast immediately following SUPER BOWL 50 on Sunday, Feb. 7, 2016, from the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/7:00-8:00 PM, PT; time is approximate after post-game coverage). The Colbert-hosted LATE SHOW will be the first late night series ever to air in the post-Super Bowl slot. The late night party on the Network will continue after late local news with a special Super Bowl Sunday edition of THE LATE LATE SHOW with JAMES CORDEN (11:35 PM-12:35 AM, ET/8:35 PM-9:35 PM, PT; time is approximate). – Read more at CBS Express
Cynthia Erivo, Jennifer Hudson, and Danielle Brooks Take First Bows in The Color Purple – John Doyle’s new Broadway revival of The Color Purple had its first preview at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre on Tuesday, November 10, and TheaterMania was on hand to capture the curtain call. – Check out the photos at TheatreMania
Interview: US singer-songwriter Adam Lambert on album, working with Queen – Having conquered different stages from ‘American Idol’ to ‘Rock in Rio’, Lambert is the kind of artist who dares to embody many genres in one stage or studio production. The boundary between genres is not an issue for him at all. “I think most people out there that have a smartphone, an iPod, and MP3s on their computer, have playlists of all different types of music. So with that in mind, I don’t think there’s really a need to pick one box and check it,” he said. – Read more at CNTV.cn
American Idol and its great colony of semi-stars, like David Cook – Cook was the first Idol champion to take the trail blazed by Season 5’s fourth-place finisher, Chris Daughtry, to the top. Daughtry was the inaugural WGWG—a term Idol watchers semi-affectionately give to “white guys with guitars.” Cook’s smoky voice and smoldering sex appeal turned Mariah Carey’s “Always Be My Baby” into a murmured late-night devotional. His take on “Billie Jean” showed he could yelp à la ’90s rock deity Chris Cornell. He was a compelling performer and a great contestant, improving in line with the judges’ suggestions without bending completely to their will. He eased Idol into an era where pop stars who played instruments onstage were expected, not simply accepted. – Read more at Indyweek.com
Ryan Seacrest Is Launching a Men’s Skin-Care Line – Judging by his former frosted tips and men’s suiting label, it was probably only a matter of time until Ryan Seacrest got into the beauty biz. And while the fruits of his labor won’t be hitting the market until late next year, the TV host and producer has announced an official partnership with dermatologist Dr. Harold Lancer on a forthcoming men’s skin-care line. “It’s no secret that guys are increasingly embracing the benefits and value of grooming, as well as openly talking about it,” said Seacrest in a release. “I’ve always credited Dr. Lancer with my own efforts to maintain a youthful appearance, leveraging his skin-care regimen. So, when we talked about potentially launching this business together, it makes sense on every level.” – Read more at the Hollywood Reporter
Kellie Pickler on Ellen
Kellie threatens her husband, Kyle, with a tampon!