Headlines: Kelly Clarkson Show Premiere, Colton Dixon Drops by The Drs

The Kelly Clarkson Show Season 2 Premieres Monday Sept 21

Kelly is back in the studio.

Colton Dixon and Wife Annie Will guest on The Drs premiere Monday Sept 21

The American Idol season 11 alum will talk about the birth of their twin daughters. One was born without a pulse.

How Chris Daughtry found himself streaming a virtual concert to benefit a Tempe music club – Chris Daughtry is performing a concert to benefit Tempe’s Marquee Theatre on a virtual tour streamed live from Nashville as the concert industry remains closed due to COVID-19. “It certainly started out of boredom and us itching to be back out on the road,” Daughtry says of the inspiration for the Live From Home tour. “A lot of our fans live for this and we wanted to do something that felt engaging.” – Read more at AZCentral

Lauren Alaina Is Watching the New ‘Dancing With the Stars’ — And She’s Got Thoughts on Carole Baskin – Standing in front of a Zoom screen, in the 2020 ACM Awards’ virtual press room on Wednesday night (Sept. 16), Lauren Alaina had an important announcement to make. “Carole Baskin…wow,” Alaina commented, seemingly at a loss for words. Baskin took the DWTS wearing a hot pink, tiger-striped ensemble — not a huge leap, for someone whose wedding photo shows her wearing a white dress and carrying a leash attached to the collar of her kneeling, tiger stripe-clad husband. “But you know, she was smiling the whole time, which I appreciate,” Alaina pointed out about Baskin’s dance number. “Every time they showed her, she was smiling. Her dancing…Pasha is going to have to work hard, and so is she.” As for highlights from the show? Alaina says she was impressed by actor Skai Jackson, as well as Backstreet Boy and country performer A.J. McLean. “[McLean] came and mentored me last year, and that’s who I want to win. Sorry for everyone else! You’re all wonderful and beautiful,” Alaina added with a laugh. – Read more at Taste of Country

NEW NOISE: DANIELLE BRADBERY – Back on Season 4 of NBC’s The Voice, you WON! What was that experience like? Were you surprised? And how has that changed your career. It changed my life – haha. I was super surprised!! I walked into that experience not knowing a thing about the industry and was a baby! I was only 16 years old. I was fresh. It taught me a lot, especially with my confidence. I was super shy all and around nervous about the whole thing! My coach, Blake Shelton, knew I was shy and he was a huge help with getting me out of my shell and making me feel more comfortable on stage, he was just really great. The whole journey completely turned my life around. I’m very grateful! – Read more at Wonderland Magazine

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