Headlines: Ryan Seacrest on 17 Years of American Idol

Priscilla Presley Joins Kellie Pickler in ‘Wedding at Graceland’: Get the Details on Hallmark’s ‘Christmas at Graceland’ Sequel – Christmas at Graceland, which was Hallmark’s highest-rated film of 2018, was filmed in Memphis, Tennessee, and the sequel is shooting there as well, with much of the principal photography taking place in the late Elvis Presley’s mansion. Pickler, 32, and Wes Brown are reprising their roles as Laurel and Clay, respectively. Additionally, the sequel will feature a cameo by Priscilla Presley, former wife of the legendary singer. In the film, the Elvis and Me author, 73, will share a fond memory of her May 1967 wedding to the King of Rock and Roll. The TV movie will also include a special performance by Lee Brice and will air on June 1, as the kickoff for Hallmark’s annual June Weddings franchise. – Read more at US Magazine

Ryan Seacrest on 17 Years of Hosting ‘American Idol’ and His Favorite Moment In Its History – The greatest moment was probably the first finale because of the energy in the nation rooting for Kelly Clarkson and Justin Guarini and us not knowing what the show was really all about yet. There was still a naivety about it all for us and I remember how pure and how simple that was. “A Moment Like This” was the song and there was confetti and fireworks and we didn’t yet know what impact the show was going to have in popular culture over the years. – Read more at Billboard

Catonsville’s Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon Talks American Idol Fame – One thing that I’ve experienced is that when I open up to people and kind of say, “This is who I am and I’m proud of it,” then people respond in a similar way. You treat other people with respect and kindness, then you’ll get that back. If you’re open and vulnerable with people, I’ve discovered that people tend to be the same way with you. The support that I’ve received has been really amazing. People have reached out to me and shared their stories. It’s just a further confirmation that nobody’s alone in their experiences. – Read more at BaltimoreMagazine

David Archuleta Interviewed – Do you get tired of talking about American Idol, which you were on more than 10 years ago? I don’t really. At least not now. Maybe right after because I was overloaded….When you’re on American Idol, you feel like you’ve lived three times, maybe five times the amount versus the time that actually took place. There’s just so much going on. And you’re interacting with so many people. You’re in front of so many people every week. You’re getting critiqued and judged and you’re just putting yourself in a very vulnerable place every week…it’s not just your singing. It’s if you’re likable, if you are dressed funny or not, if you said something that people don’t like. Or if people just find you annoying. ….You feel so vulnerable. – Read more at Independent.com

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