Headlines: Leona Lewis is Married, American Idol Caribbean Reunion

Exclusive: Leona Lewis marries Dennis Jauch in STUNNING Italian wedding – Leona Lewis married her long-time boyfriend Dennis Jauch on Saturday in a romantic outdoor ceremony in Italy, HELLO! can exclusively reveal. The singer, songwriter and actress walked down the aisle to Ave Maria, watched by 180 family members and friends, including Sugababes star Keisha Buchanan, and The Voice UK winner Jermaine Jackman, who sang at the ceremony. HELLO! magazine are exclusively covering the celebrations. Leona showcased three stunning looks for her big day – a full-length white tulle gown for the ceremony, a beaded blush dress for the reception and a crystal-embellished jumpsuit for the party. – Read more at Hello Magazine

American Idol Season 2 Alum Kimberley Locke Talk Show will Debut September 9

Kimberley Locke, who came in 3rd place on American Idol season 2 co-hosts a syndicated daytime talk show with Dr Steve Salvatore that is premiering September 9. Check out the sizzle reel. More at the official website.

An American Idol Story: Laine Hardy – Episode 4

Another episode of American Idol winner Laine Hardy’s docu-series is out. Laine learned to play guitar before he ever sang. In the episode, we meet the singer’s hometown guitar teacher. Laine played guitar

American Idol reunion

A bunch of American Idol Alums played a concert together Thursday night (July 25) at the Hard Rock Cafe in the Dominican Republic. Includes: top – Constantine Maroulis (S4) Clark Beckham (S14) Bo Bice (S4) Candice Glover (S12 winner) bottom Elanese, Diana DeGarmo (S2), Brandon Rogers (S6). Elanese posted some photos on her Instagram. Looks like Matt Giraud (S5) performed as well (part of a dueling piano show, likely. Looks like it’s happening every week through August).

David Archuleta Talks Free Saturday Concert

We Asked American Idol Winner Jordin Sparks If Reality Singing Competition Shows Are Still Relevant – While everyone else is busy trying to have a hot girl summer, Jordin Sparks is busy keeping it cool, prioritizing family time in the water this summer. The 29-year-old singer, actress, wife and mother is wearing a new hat presently, as she’s partnering with Kalahari Resorts & Conventions for #NationalWaterparkDay on Sunday, July 28. “I love the fact that there are so many opportunities for people to have a chance to live their dreams. I think that’s great,” she said. “I think that it can feel like it’s become oversaturated, but I don’t know if that’s necessarily because of how many there are and the feeling that you don’t really hear from [winners]. I think it’s because of the way we consume music and media now that people aren’t able to wait for an album. We consume it so quickly that we’re on to the next thing before they can even get their album out.” – Read more at Madame Noire

Ally Brooke Drops Acoustic Version of ‘Lips Don’t Lie’ and Reveals Book and Album Details – 2019 has been filled with success for the San Antonio-born singer. After releasing her debut single “Low Key” alongside Tyga, the singer performed at 2019’s Wango Tango and has since been hitting the road promoting her solo music. “Low Key” has already racked up nearly 16 million plays on Spotify, and its music video has over 36 million plays. Though she told PEOPLE last August that her Allygiance — as her fans are dubbed — should expect her first album “between now and 2022,” she says her goal is to release a full-length project next spring. Along with her album, Brooke is set to drop her aptly titled memoir Finding Your Harmony next May, though it was originally set to release earlier this year. – Read more at People

Grace VanderWaal Tells Us How She Really Feels About Social Media and TBH, It Makes a Lot of Sense – At just 15 years old, Grace VanderWaal doesn’t remember a time without social media. But the America’s Got Talent season 11 winner sometimes wishes she could—since she’s seen firsthand the stresses it can bring. “I think that insecurities, especially in girls, are really affected because of social media,” she tells Parade. “I don’t think it’s because of cyber bullying or mean comments, but the need for validation. We’ve grown up getting more and more likes and if you don’t get as many likes as you want, you have to take it down.” – Read more at Parade.com

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