Idol Headlines for 9/30/13

Tonight, The Voice Blind Auditions continue on NBC at 8/7c. The pro pairs compete and one is eliminated tonight on Dancing with the Stars at 8/7c pm on ABC.

Daniel Miller, Regina Stuve Launch Fusion Music – Music industry veterans Daniel Miller and Regina Stuve have launched Fusion Music, a new artist management and development company. The Fusion Music team includes Miller as CEO/managing partner and Stuve as EVP, Publicity & Marketing, along with Brian Wolf (VP, Touring and Live Entertainment), Emma Poliseno (Director, Digital & Social Media) and Zach Sutton (Director, Artist Development). Fusion Music’s current artist roster includes MCA recording artist David Nail, recently signed Show Dog-Universal Music duo Native Run and finalist from last season’s The Voice, Amber Carrington. — Read more at Music Row

Allison Iraheta and Halo Circus – Gone Trailer

The new trailer for the single “Gone” from Allison Iraheta and her band Halo Circus features quotes from Adam Lambert, Slash, John Taylor and more.

Carrie Underwood Makes a Case for Ladies of Country – Underwood herself has enjoyed tremendous radio success in her career and will tell you she is truly, immeasurably grateful for that. She recently snagged another No. 1 single with “See You Again.” Yet at one point during the song’s meteoric climb, she was the only female with a single in the Top 20. Yep, out of 20 spots, only one belonged to a woman. And it happens more often than you think. “I would love to see that a little more equaled out, but it will happen,” Underwood said in a recent interview with CMT Radio. “We’ll get there.” – Read more at CMT

Gokey opens up in new book – But some stories that Gokey shares in his new book, “Hope in Front of Me” (NavPress), will be new even to his biggest fans. Even before Sophia’s death, the Gokeys faced plenty of heartbreak and hardship – especially financially, with Sophia deferring her dream of attending college to work full-time as a nanny while Gokey took on a truck-driving job in addition to his duties as worship director at a Milwaukee church. The newly-wed couple moved in with Sophia’s employers and struggled to get out of debt and achieve financial stability. “The hardest part about going through this season of life was feeling like we were so far behind other people,” Gokey writes. – Read more at OnMilwaukee

Emblem3 on getting naked, Kardashians and babysitting for Simon Cowell – Emblem3 aren’t one of those bands that hold back, so we’ve already brought you chats with them about their music and The X Factor USA. But we still have some more goodies to bring you. We covered everything from that naked picture, to ‘fwerking’, to babysitting for Simon Cowell, to hanging out with the Kardashians and their celebrity crushes, so read on to find out what Drew Chadwick, Wesley Stromberg and Keaton Stromberg had to say for themselves… – Read more at DigitalSpy

Glee’ star Naya Rivera Reacts to Her Brother Mychal’s Touchdown – Mychal Rivera, the brother of Glee star, Naya Rivera, scored his first touchdown as a pro for the Oakland raiders, and here is his sister’s super-excited (cursing!) reaction. Alas, Mychal scored the TD early in the game, and the Raiders lost to the Washington Redskins in Oakland  24-14

Naya Rivera reaction to brother's Oakland Raiders touchdown

Style Network’s Rihanna Reality Series Lands at Bravo (Exclusive) – Good news, Style Network viewers: If you were eagerly awaiting Rihanna’s fashion competition series, it will still go on. Originally ordered to series by Style Network, “Styled to Rock” will now air on Bravo, TheWrap has learned. It will premiere on Friday, Oct. 25 at 8/7c. “Styled to Rock” features 12 designers fighting for a $100,000 cash prize, a feature in Glamour Magazine and the chance to become a member of Rihanna’s design team. Music artist/producer Pharrell Williams, model Erin Wasson and Rihanna’s personal stylist, Mel Ottenberg, will mentor the contestants. – Read more at The Wrap

Dancing’s Tom Bergeron Assesses Season 17’s New Format, Early Favorites and “Snicole” – For 16 seasons, Tom Bergeron has been the maestro of the circus that is Dancing with the Stars. And even he says that the changes the show has made for its 17th season — including returning to a single-night format and changing the layout of the ballroom — have taken some getting used to. “It’s a little weird,” Bergeron tells of the show’s new structure. – Read more at TV Guide

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