American Idol runner-up Alejandro Aranda Announces new Single.
Alejandro aka Scarypoolparty will drop a new single “Diamonds” on Friday October 4.
New song “Diamonds” this Friday pic.twitter.com/L0lZgtl5L2
— Scarypoolparty (@scarypoolparty) October 1, 2019
Life in the fast Laine – “I’ll tell you a little story,” Cindy says today, sitting on a picnic bench in her front yard, her long black hair shining in the sunlight just like her son’s. She recalls a group challenge when Laine had to pair up with other contestants. He was in agony about asking others to sing with him. “Mama,” he told Cindy, “I don’t know what to do.” “And my heart just broke for him, because I had to watch him go up to all these people and listen to everybody telling him no,” she says now. “I wanted to go and say, ‘Hey. Can Laine be on your team?’ I wanted to take care of that for him. But that wasn’t something I could do.” – Read more at 225batonrouge.com
Brynn Cartelli Takes Her Career — and Life — Beyond The Voice – “We finally found a really great group of people and a really great label [Elektra Records] and team that supports my vision entirely,” Cartelli said. “They want to win with me; they don’t want to just win for themselves. They want to see a career happen, not just a couple songs or an album.” But for now, much of the focus is on that first album, which translates into a considerable amount of travel, specifically to L.A. and Nashville. That’s one of the many adjustments she’s has to make, and she credits the team she has behind her — led in many ways by Clarkson, who rose to fame as the winner of the first season of American Idol and was a judge for the 14th season of The Voice — with helping her navigate a host of challenges. – Read more at Businesswest
Kelly Clarkson on her new TV show, her deal with NCL and why she’s ‘marketing’s worst nightmare’ – Have you evolved since ‘American Idol’? I have progressed, obviously—one hopes—as an adult, but I’m not really different. I know it sounds like such a cliché thing that famous people say, but believe me when I say I don’t care about being famous. I don’t. I really enjoy my life. I feel really blessed. I recently turned 37 and I told myself I was going to say yes to things I normally say no to. And it was because of someone passing away in my life. I’ve got to seize the day. You know that you have to step outside your comfort zone because you only have your comfort zone for so long. – Read more at Ad Age
Carrie Underwood Is Ready to Drive the CMA Awards Bus – In a recent radio interview, Underwood shared her vision for the upcoming Country Music Association Awards. She’ll be hosting the show with co-hosts Reba McEntire and Dolly Parton. “I feel like the three of us love what we do so much,” Underwood said, “and we love country music and it means something — I feel like — to have us up there on that stage kind of driving the bus for the evening and setting the tone.” She added that she wants to be respectful of the country genre and of this awards show. “Because it’s so important to us, and (will) shine a lot on what I think is the backbone of country music: that’s the females that have come before all of us and will come in the future. – Read more at CMT.com