Today’s Idol Appearances
- Paula Abdul is interviewed on CBS Sunday Morning. Check your local listings
More Headlines after the JUMP…
J.Lo Tells Indoor Playground to Shoe
Jennifer Lopez didn’t throw on her Louboutins, but she was allowed to keep her boots on at an allegedly “shoe-free” kids indoor playground.
The 41-year-old “American Idol” judge took her twins and five (FIVE!) helpers to Bright Child indoor playground in Agoura Hills recently.
We were told the policy there is that absolutely everyone has to be shoe-free — but J.Lo was allowed to hang out with her boots firmly placed on her diva feet. Ugg!
Read more at TMZ
HOFF HIS ROCKER: DAVID HASSELHOFF IS BGT’S ‘DIVA’
Show boss Simon Cowell, 51, and Piers Morgan, 45, are both leaving the judging panel this year and the Hoff believes he is the real star of the series, say show sources.
But insiders fear the 58-year-old actor could be “too American” to understand the British public’s talents.
Our source on the show revealed: “The Hoff has already got a huge list of demands and the auditions don’t even start until this week.
Read more at the Daily Star
X FACTOR SUPREMO SIMON COWELL IN RAGE OVER CHERYL COLE
SEETHING Simon Cowell has threatened to pull out of the American X Factor if Cheryl Cole isn’t given a seat on the judging panel.
The music mogul is at loggerheads with US producers who think the babe, 27, is too much of an unknown quantity Stateside.
Our X Factor insider said: “Simon is clashing heads with US producers who don’t want Cheryl on board.
Read more at Daily Star
The krumper: Russell Ferguson
AT AN AGE WHEN MOST people are still perfecting how to walk, Russell Ferguson was already dancing, beating his tiny hands and feet in rhythm to the music.
“It’s always been a spirituality inside of me, ” he says. “When the music comes on, I’m the kid who gets up and dances.”
It’s served him well. A year ago, Ferguson, who grew up and still lives in Roxbury, wowed the judges on “So You Think You Can Dance, ’’ krumping his way to a $250, 000 payday and, he hopes, a career in TV, movies, and on stage. (For all you fuddy-duddies, krumping is an LA-grown street dance, characterized by exaggerated movements – arm swings, chest pops, and stomps.)
Read more at Boston Globe