Headlines: NFL Player American Idol Audition, CMA Awards Tonight

Carrie Underwood, Paisley celebrating a decade as CMA hosts – Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood are celebrating their 10-year anniversary — as hosts of the Country Music Association Awards. The duo has hosted the show consecutively since 2008, and they return Wednesday for the 2017 CMA Awards at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee. While Underwood and Paisley plan to tell jokes, watch performances and hand out awards, they also want to honor the 58 people who were killed at a country music festival in Las Vegas last month. “We can’t ignore that, but at the same time, I think it’s our job to use this as something that’s uplifting. This show can be a combination of entertainment and therapy to some degree, and it feels like we’re going to do our best to honor those we’ve lost and also sing this music at the top of our lungs,” Paisley said. – Read more at Associated Press

NFL Player Marvin Jones Auditions for American Idol

The bit will air Sunday at 10 am on ESPN’s Sunday NFL Countdown. There’s your Disney cross promotion right there.

Chicago Prepares To Light One Million Lights At The BMO Harris Bank Magnificent Mile Lights Festival® – he BMO Harris Bank Magnificent Mile Lights Festival® invites visitors to two days of free, family fun to celebrate the start of the holiday season—November 17 & 18—culminating in an unforgettable tree-lighting parade. On Saturday evening, November 18, grand marshals Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse from Walt Disney World® Resort help illuminate more than one million lights along The Magnificent Mile, from Oak Street to the Chicago River! Celebrity appearances include Asher Angel, star of the Disney Channel’s “Andi Mack;” singer-songwriter, Alec Joseph; American singer, Billy Gilman; American Idol finalist, Melinda Doolittle; jazz singer, Shemekia Copeland; and country music trio, Temecula Road, presented by Southwest Airlines. – Read more at PRNewsWire

The World’s Highest-Paid TV Hosts: Dr. Phil, Ellen DeGeneres And Ryan Seacrest Lead – McGraw, whose earnings match his consistently first-place ratings in terms of syndicated talk shows, is joined on the list by fellow daytime and syndicated hosts Ellen DeGeneres (No. 2, $77 million), Ryan Seacrest (No. 3, $58 million), Judy Sheindlin (No. 4, $47 million), Steve Harvey (No. 6 $42.5 million) and Michael Strahan (No. 9, $21.5 million). With crowd-pleasing shows that attract large audiences, these hosts garner high rates from advertisers, who covet the targetable viewers, and favorable deals from media companies, who consider their personalities irreplaceable. – Read more at Forbes

CMT’s Next Women of Country Grows With Nine New Additions – The new members are Abby Anderson, Ashley McBryde, Bailey Bryan, Erin Enderlin, Hannah Ellis, Jo Smith, Kalie Shorr, Kassi Ashton and The Sisterhood. Anderson, Ashton, Bryan, Ellis, McBryde, Carly Pearce, Danielle Bradbery, Jillian Jacqueline, Natalie Stovall, Post Monroe and Runaway June each entertained the packed audience with their original songs and stories during an intimate writers round concert. – Read more at CMT.com

Filling in for Freddie: Adam Lambert talks to Wort ahead of Queen gig – Rock legend Queen are set to play Galaxie in Amneville on Sunday November 12 for concert organised by Luxembourg’s den Atelier. Adam Lambert, who rose to fame as a contestant on American Idol has taken over vocal responsibilities with the band for the last five years and in an exclusive interview, he took some time to tell Sam Steen about the tour and what it’s like filling in for an icon like Freddie Mercury. – Wort.lu

Melinda Doolittle and Clay Aiken NYC Street Serenade

American Idol 6 singer Melinda Doolittle was in New York City where she saw the musical “Dear Evan Hanson.” Look who she ran into–season 2 alum Clay Aiken.

Terrell Owens & Cheryl Burke DWTS 25 Exit Interview – GMA

Simon Cowell Reveals Why He Didn’t Tell 3-Year-Old Son Eric About His ‘Scary’ Fall – Addressing the Oct. 27 incident at the Music Industry Trust award night, Cowell said, “I was lying on my back thinking, ‘I hope I haven’t broken my neck,’ ” according to The Sun. “But the NHS staff were the most amazing people I’ve ever met, genuinely,” he added. “Fortunately it was all fine.” In the weeks since, Cowell also revealed that he hasn’t told his young son — 3-year-old Eric Philip, whom he shares with partner Lauren Silverman — about his early morning fall. “He probably would have told me off, and I didn’t want to worry him,” Cowell said. “He’s only three.” – Read more at People

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