Idol Headlines for 4/10/14

Tonight, 8 will finally become 7 when the American Idol results show reveals the contestant heading home. No more saves for this bunch FOX 9/8c.

Tonight, Carrie Underwood will take part in a Linda Ronstadt tribute with Emmy Lou Harris, Bonnie Raitt, Sheryl Crow and Stevie Nicks at the Rock N Roll Hall of fame induction ceremony, taping tonight at the Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn.

Dancing with the Stars Scoop: Donny Osmond Is Monday’s Guest Judge – Donny Osmond is heading back to Dancing with the Stars. Osmond, who won Season 9 of the dancing competition, will be the guest judge on Monday’s episode, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. The pairs will be dancing to Disney songs from movies including The Lion King, Aladdin and Frozen this week. – Read more at TV Guide.com

‘American Idol’: 6 Things You Didn’t See on ’80s Night – 1. Before any of the contestants performed their ’80s selections, the audience sang — in unison. Their song choice? A classic that is over 100 years old: “Happy Birthday to You.” It was sung to C. J. Harris’ mother, Stephanie, who was indeed celebrating a birthday on April 9. Asked if he had plans to celebrate his mother’s birthday, C. J. told THR: “I’m going to take her to the Grove to get something to eat.” Had he picked the restaurant yet? “Wherever she wants to go,” he smiled. – Read more at The Hollywood Reporter

‘American Idol’ Winner David Cook Returns to Mentor Top 8: ‘I Did My Homework’ – Once he was mentored, now season seven American Idol is the mentor, as he spent Monday working with the season 13 top eight on the songs they will perform tonight. “I was honored to be asked,” David Cook told The Hollywood Reporter Wednesday afternoon from a recording studio in Nashville, where he is cutting 18 songs, of which 11 or 12 will be on his next album. “I pushed the contestants and hopefully they got something out of it. I did my homework and watched their prior performances. There’s a lot of talent this season. I wanted to help them hone that talent.” – Read more at The Hollywood Reporter

David Cook on his ‘Idol’ return and why the ’80s rocked– What was it like coming back as a mentor? Oddly less stressful, I enjoyed coming out and not worrying if my voice was going to crack and all that stuff. I was unsure going in what the vibe was going to be like, the contestants’ vibes can be a little different. But the contestants this year were great, they were very open to learning. No one was set in their ways, which was great. I did my work going in and the thing that I noticed is that they all have all the tools, but maybe just don’t know how to use them all. It made my job really easy, I have to say. Fox and Idol both made me look pretty good. – Read more at Entertainment Weekly

Illness Almost Keeps Two American Idol Singers from Performing – Johnson wasn’t alone. Dexter Roberts also fell ill this past week. “I’m glad they didn’t show the whole clip of me at rehearsal because it was bad,” said Roberts, 22. “I got in there and started singing in the bathroom just to warm myself up, and I cracked. It was bad.” But with some help, Roberts was back in good health before Wednesday’s show. “That doctor had the magic touch,” he said. “I don’t know what I would have done without him. They would have had to play my iTunes track, and I would just have had to lip-synch or something, I guess.” – Read more at People.com

‘American Idol’ Top 8: Caleb Johnson nails ‘Faithfully,’ even with bronchitis – It’s that time of the “American Idol” season when the contestants’ bodies start to give in on them. The singers are working seven days a week with very little sleep, so it’s no wonder they’re starting to get sick. But could you tell that Caleb Johnson, who brought the house down with his Top 8 redux closer version of Journey’s “Faithfully,” was suffering from bronchitis? “We actually had to lower the key just to get me through the song because on Monday it was just awful,” Johnson tells Zap2it and a small group of reporters backstage after the show. “We had to just stop to let me rest because I couldn’t get through it. I had to go see the doctor and they just kept giving me shots and finally it broke yesterday.” – Read more at Zap2it

‘American Idol’ Contestant Sam Woolf Wants to Meet Ed Sheeran – “I’m really hoping and wishing for that moment to come,” Sam tells On Air with Ryan Seacrest. “I love him … his music and just him as a human being. I feel like he’s just really chill. He would be easy to talk to … he’s awesome.” – More at RyanSeacrest.com

Casey James Workin’ Hard on Sophomore Release

Casey says to expect a new single within the next 6 weeks.

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Mike Fisher and Carrie Underwood Carp Home is Sold – It has five bathrooms, five bedrooms and was once the Ottawa home to one of the biggest music stars in the world and her hockey star husband. Mike Fisher and Carrie Underwood finally have a buyer for their Carp area mansion. Real Estate Agent Paul Rushforth tweeted the news Wednesday afternoon. The house was on the market since late 2012. The asking price for the 11 acre wooded property last fall was $1.9 million. Read more at CTVNews.ca

‘Survivor: Cagayan’s’ Morgan McLeod was surprised Kass didn’t flip back – Were you surprised Kass stuck with her new alliance and voted you out? You know, I was surprised, because she prides herself on being this game-changer, this play-maker, who just does great things for her game and I really think that voting me out did nothing for her game. I think it made her more comfortable — she wasn’t so upset all the time because I was around and she had to look at me — but she should have tried to take out a power player. I just think it was kind of a waste last night. Tony should have known better, voting me out was a waste of time. But he wanted to keep Kass comfortable. Kass is so irrational and erratic at times and he knew that I kept her on edge, so I had to go home. He had to keep the camp harmonious and I did not do that. – Read more at Zap2it

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