Tonight it’s the Dancing with the Stars Final Performances on ABC. Live blogging begins at 8 pm ET. The Voice Top 11 sing for your votes tonight on NBC. Live Blogging begins at 8 ET.
Scotty McCreery: ‘It’s Been a Heck of a Year’ – “As far as I’m concerned, that’s the next single,” he continues. “It should be out January or February of next year. I’m excited for the fans to finally be able to get it on their phones and the radio and all that stuff.” McCreery announced in February that he was no longer with Mercury Nashville / Interscope, the label with which the North Carolina native signed after winning Season 10 of American Idol in 2011. He’s been dealing with legal issues and red tape in the months since but, he says, will soon have some good news to share. “It’s been a heck of a year,” McCreery admits. “You always hear about the Idol contracts and stuff … We’re still dealing with it all, so we haven’t gotten totally released yet, but … we’ve got a few people in the back rooms who are kind of waiting on it all. So once it all breaks, we’ll be rocking and rolling — just waiting on one of those Idol signatures.” – Read more at The Boot
EXCLUSIVE: American Idol Runner-Up La’Porsha Renae Talks Fame, Singing Because of Alicia Keys, Being a ‘Good Woman’, More –
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‘That’s the only class I failed in school!’ X Factor judge Adam Lambert struggles to keep up as contestant Amalia Foy, 15, drags him to her high school maths class – But the singer, who often performs in the role of Freddy Mercury with the remaining members of Queen, qualified his struggles by pointing out he was always good at geometry.
After spending the class struggling to keep up and distracting the other students and even the teacher, Amalia couldn’t hold it in. Giggling, she told the camera: ‘Adam,at maths… I think he is better off sticking to singing’. The pair then visited Amalia’s martial arts class, where Adam discovered the talented songstress was also a black belt in karate. – Read more at the Daily Mail
X Factor Australia contestants lift curtain on ‘sickening’ working conditions – As The X Factor Australia nears its 2016 conclusion, former contestants, parents and industry experts have spoken out about the dire conditions on-set at the popular reality singing competition. While many contestants wanted to remain anonymous due to non-disclosure agreements signed with the Seven Network and production company FremantleMedia, Tamworth mother and daughter duo Johanna and Bianca Vitalone described their experience reaching the top 12 on last year’s show as “awful”. Mrs Vitalone, a professional cruise ship entertainer, said contestants were forced to endure arduous filming days, often without breaks, and situations where songs were chosen for them then criticised by the show’s celebrity judges. – Read More at Stuff.Co.Nz
Dancing with the Stars’ Jana Kramer on Gleb Savchenko’s Debilitating Flu — Right Before the Finale! – On top of all that, he’s really sick with the flu. He’s literally falling apart right now and had to reschedule rehearsals this weekend so he could rest a little more. He’s struggling. Usually I’ll get wrapped up in the anxiety and stress of the people around me, but because I’ve worked with Gleb for so many weeks I have been staying really grounded and trying to relieve some of his stress. I don’t want this last week to be stressful. I want to enjoy it and really make the most of our last week dancing together. And to be honest, we trade off. Last week, I was so nervous and he calmed me down. Now it’s my turn to support him. – Read more at People.com