Lauren Alaina starstruck by Justin Bieber; likes doing homework
Lauren Alaina is busy touring with “American Idol’s” season 10 top 20. At just 16, she’s already well on the way to realizing her dream of becoming a successful recording artist. In May the “Idol” runner-up released her first single, “Like My Mother Does, ” and her first album “Wildflower” is sset to drop on Oct. 11.
Luckily, Lauren found the time to fill out a Celeb Slam Book for us, in which she dishes on her first kiss, reveals her celebrity crush and shares her deepest fear. Read on…
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Kelly Clarkson on the soundtrack of her life: Read her exclusive EW interview here
Thankfully, she’s now got happier things on her mind. Among them? Talking to EW about some of the songs that shaped her as a woman and as an artist.
You can find some of her favorite picks in the issue of EW on stands until this Friday, and read on below to learn even more about the soundtrack of Kelly Clarkson’s life:
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Sony Restructures Rosters, Promo Teams
Sony Nashville has finished restructuring. Check out the new rosters below
Columbia/BNA Roster: Wade Bowen (BNA), Kenny Chesney (BNA), Casey James (BNA), The Lunabelles (BNA), Kellie Pickler (BNA), Tyler Farr (BNA), Bradley Gaskin (Columbia), Jordyn Shellhart (Columbia), Joanna Smith (Columbia)
Arista Roster: Brad Paisley, Carrie Underwood, Ronnie Dunn, Kix Brooks, Jerrod Niemann, Brent Anderson, Adam Brand, Kristen Kelly
RCA Roster: Bush Hawg, Sara Evans, Danny Gokey, Miranda Lambert, Love and Theft, Jake Owen, Pistol Annies, Josh Thompson, Chris Young
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Randy Travis Talks Carrie Underwood, Alan Jackson, Ray Price and 25 Years In Country Music
You’ve had a lot of success working with Carrie Underwood. ‘Is It Still Over?’ is your second duet together. If we rewind a little bit, we all know you did the Grammy Award winning ‘I Told You So’ together on ‘American Idol’. How did your friendship with Carrie begin?
I know when I saw her first. [It] was playing a show with her out in California. She called and asked if she could record ‘I Told You So.’ I thought that was funny because you know, everyone listening to us may not, but if a song is written, copywritten, and published, anyone can record it. You and I can go find any song that’s copywritten, published, put it down and ask nobody. That’s just the way that works. So, the fact that she made it a point to call and ask, I was shocked by that and my comment was, “Oh yeah, you can do that! I got several hundred other songs in a publishing company over there and you can have anything in that you want.”
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Marc Anthony: I’ll Always Love Jennifer Lopez
Marc Anthony is finally speaking out about his split from wife Jennifer Lopez.
“I’ll always love Jennifer, ” Anthony, 42, tells ABC News in an interview airing Thursday.
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‘Glee’s’ Jane Lynch: Season 3 about what’s next for the kids
“We had a great season last year, but we did kind of go all over the place with guest stars, ” Lynch said during a conference call about her job as host of the Emmys (more on that here). “[We] had a lot of fun with that. [This season] we’re kind of honing in on the stories of these kids, especially in light of the fact that several of them will be graduating at the end of the year.”
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LEA MICHELLE: GOING BACK TO THE BASICS FOR THE NEW SEASON OF GLEE
One of the most anticipated season premieres of the upcoming television is the season premiere of the FOX hit show, Glee. Fans of the show are dying to see what they can expect in the show’s third season. We caught up with Lea Michelle and a few of her cast members, who told us that they are excited for the new season, and that the show will be similar to the first season. (Click on the media bar to hear Lea Michelle)
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Adam Levine Interview: Maroon 5 Frontman Talks New NBC Show, ‘The Voice’ & Tea
Recently, in a cover story for Out Magazine, the winning “Voice” coach Levine ripped the reigning champ of reality television, “American Idol, ” calling them out for their alleged policy on gay contestants.
“I’m not a fan of singing competitions, ” admits Levine. “I never have been. But there was something that rang true with ‘The Voice.’ It’s just a very sincere, honest show where we were allowed to speak our minds and be ourselves and help people along–in a real way. No one is being teased; no one is being mocked. It’s all about positive reinforcement. We’re dealing with a bunch of people who are all really talented to begin with.”
And when it comes to those rumors regarding the cast’s off-screen relationships, Levine assures fans that there’s absolutely no drama between him and co-star Christina Aguilera.
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