X Factor judge, LA Reid, DeAndre Brackensick performs on Live! With Kelly. Check your local listings.
The Voice coach, Cee Lo Green appears on The Ellen DeGeneres Show
Adam Lambert performs “Trespassing” on Logo’s New Now Next Awards on Logo
Inside The Actor’s Studio features Glee cast members, Matt Morrison, Jane Lynch, Chris Colfer, Lea Michele, Cory Monteith and co-creator, Ryan Murphy.
Glee stars, Dianna Agron appears on The View, Jane Lynch appears on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Cory Monteith on Conan.
Katharine McPhee talks about her trip to Africa to distribute bed nets for Malaria No More with FOX 43. Watch it Here.
James Durbin: ‘I Never Wanted to Be the Sex, Drugs, Rock ‘n’ Roll Rock Star’ – “I flew down to Miami and did two be a STAR events with WWE superstars at middle schools in Miami Dade county and it was absolutely incredible,” Durbin tells Noisecreep of his recent stop in Florida. “You show up, these kids know who you are and they idolize you. It’s so great to be a role model to these kids. They are so bright-eyed and bushy-tailed. It feels really good because you know there’s people out there who have let them down… they are being told our stories and we’re there telling them that if they are being bullied now, it’s not the end of the world and it’s not the rest of your life. We’re going to put an end to it… there’s a light on the horizon.” – Read more at Noisecreep
Jury selection in Hudson family murder trial – CHICAGO (AP) — A judge will question would-be jurors as jury selection begins in earnest Monday at the Chicago trial of the man accused of murdering singer and Oscar winning actress Jennifer Hudson’s mother, brother and nephew. Selecting 12 jurors and six alternates able to set aside sympathy for the Hollywood star and assess guilt only according to evidence presented in court against William Balfour could pose a major challenge. Read more at Associated Press
Jennifer Lopez’s ‘Skanky Video Shows Her Desperation For Fame,’ Claims Right Wing Group – “Even the supposedly family-friendly TV shows like American Idol are never safe in the hands of Hollywood,” Dan Gainor of the Culture and Media Institute tells RadarOnline.com in an exclusive interview. “Jennifer Lopez’s skanky new video shows how desperate she is to retain her fame despite her fading relevance,” he revealed. – Read more at RadarOnline
Courtney Galiano reveals MS diagnosis – Courtney Galiano, the Dix Hills native who was a finalist in “So You Think You Can Dance” season four, and who went on to perform in the Fox show’s live tour and in TV and movie roles, has announced she has been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. “My legs went numb on the season-seven tour” that ran September to November 2010, she told Newsday exclusively. “I thought I had herniated a disc or pinched a nerve, so I kind of ignored it. I didn’t want to be taken off the tour, and I’m a dancer — I beat up my body for a living. It’s nothing. Then it lasted till about March, and when I touched my chin to my chest, I felt this electricity thing. And later I learned this was called Lhermitte’s sign, and it’s a symptom of MS.” – Read more at Newsday
Dancing’s Katherine Jenkins: I Don’t Want Any Expectations Put on Us – After the highest-scoring Dancing with the Stars premiere ever, only one person has remained at the top: Katherine Jenkins. The classical singer and her partner Mark Ballas have led the leader board for three weeks running — earning two 10s for her heartfelt waltz in tribute to her late father last week. She will look to four-peat Monday with her paso doble for Rock Week. “It’s wild! Never in my life would I think I’d be doing this well and would be getting these marks and comments,” Jenkins tells TVGuide.com. “But I’m not concerning myself too much with scores or trying to [maintain a streak]. You can’t think about that.” See what else the Welsh native has to say about joining the show, the fan reaction and shaking her naughty bits. – Read more at TV Guide
Sony to Cut 10,000 Jobs Worldwide (Report) – TOKYO – Sony will cut 10,000 jobs from its global workforce, according to a report in Japanese business daily The Nikkei. There are no details as to whether the cuts will fall more heavily in Japan or overseas. Sony’s global workforce, including at subsidiaries, totals more than 168,000. Sony is forecasting a 220 billion ($2.7billion) loss for the financial year that ended on March 31.Chairman Howard Stringer and six other executives will give up their bonuses to take responsibility for the red ink, according to The Nikkei. – Read more at The Hollywood Reporter