Idol Headlines for 12/12/13

TV Tonight

The X Factor Final 4 results airs on FOX at 8/7c pm. The Glee Christmas episode from 2011 airs after at 9/8c pm. The Sing-Off is back with more a cappella fun at 8/7c pm on NBC.

Glee star, Lea Michele, talks about life after Cory Monteith and debuts her new song “Cannonball” on Ellen Degeneres Show. Check your local listings.

ABC to Air Julie Andrews’ Classic ‘Sound of Music’ – Lest NBC’s live version is your last memory of “Sound of Music,” ABC will air the original 1965 film starring Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer. The four-hour movie will air on Sunday, Dec. 22 as part of ABC’s Sunday Movie of the Week starting at 7/6c. – The Wrap NBC will re-air The Sound of Music Live starring Carrie Underwood on Saturday December 14.

Scotty McCreery Reveals Holiday Faves [EXCLUSIVE VIDEO]

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‘The X Factor’: Carlito Olivero and Paulina Rubio on peaking at the right time – “If there was ever a time to peak and get to that level it was the semifinals. Nobody here wanted to come off that stage knowing it was maybe one of the last times we performed on that stage and knowing we could have performed better,” Olivero tells Zap2it backstage after the show. “I feel like America has had my back this whole competition and I have been the underdog and fought for survival the whole way. Being in the bottom two last week I definitely knew I needed to step up my game three or four times as much as I had. I just wanted to show America that I didn’t take this for granted.” – Read more at Zap2it

‘The X Factor’: Alex and Sierra on making Kelly Rowland cry, girl power, pageants & more – “This experience has been a really big journey for me, not just as a singer but as a human,” Sierra tells Zap2it backstage after her big semifinals night. “And for them to say things that really brought it all together — when Kelly was saying things about female empowerment I was like ‘Oh my god! Preach!'” – Read more at Zap2it

‘Glee’ Star Lea Michele Reveals Her Biggest Fear For 100th Episode – “If I could do anything again, the thing is that some of them are very emotional but I’m the kind of person I don’t run away from my feelings, I don’t run from things that scare me,” she said. “I want to feel all the emotion and so to be surrounded by the cast and sing something like [Queen’s] ‘Somebody to Love.’ As hard as that might be, I think that, it just brings back some of the most amazing memories of someone [Cory Monteith, who died in July] who we loved so much and it’s numbers like that I hope we do.” – Read more at MTV

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