Crystal Bowersox Vows Not to Be a Bridezilla
“I’ve never really in my life had a great representation of what a good marriage is, ” the singer, 25, tells PEOPLE. “My parents divorced, and a lot of people in my family are divorced, so I hope to give my son a great model of what a happy marriage is or relationship could be.”
As for her wedding plans, Bowersox is no Bridezilla, and she’s not focusing on any detail in particular.
“None of it has to be perfect – just the part of saying, ‘I do.’ That’s the only thing that really matters, right?” she says. “If everything else goes wrong, it doesn’t matter. We’re married. We’ve got the rest of our lives to have fun.”
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Dr. Dre says he’s open to working with American Idol Contestants
“You know what? It all depends on the artist, if they turn me on or not. That’s all there is to it, ” Dr. Dre tells the Music Mix backstage at a Beats by Dr. Dre headphone launch event. “Of course, they have to have a serious talent, ” he adds. “I have to be comfortable vibing with them in the studio. And I really like artists that have a story.”
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EXCLUSIVE! Crystal Bowersox Tells Us Her New Fiance Brian Walker Isn’t A Fling — He’s Been Her BFF For A Long Time!
However, the dreadlocked songbird who lost the Idol title to Lee DeWyze last season, sniffs at the suggestion that she’s moving too fast. “It’s so funny, because we’re not really engaged, ” she declared, waving her ringless fingers. “We’re just getting married.”
One thing is for certain, at least: Brian is going to be a great dad to her 1 1/2 year old son, Tony. “He’s a great father, ” she told us fiercely. “He’s a great father.”
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The Other Side of Down
Yet his vocals still gleam with so much dewy naïveté that the music never succumbs to the bitterness it seems to circle.
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Video: American Idol’s Matt Giraud plays in Bay City coffee shop two weeks before concert
“I’ve always wanted to play in a state theatre, ” said Giraud on Wednesday while paying his first visit to Bay City to promote his Oct. 14 show. “I’ve done auditoriums, bars, restaurants, but never a state theatre.”
Tickets for $20 are still available at the State Theatre and can be purchased online, here. The show is 7 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 14.
|Former American Idol contestant Matt Giraud|
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Bristol’s night out in Anchorage under investigation
We had a surprise visitor to our office on Tuesday: Investigator John F. Bilyeu of the state Alcoholic Beverage Control Board. Seems there’s some concern circulating over Bristol Palin’s much-publicized visit to Rum Runners in Anchorage last week.
The problem? Rum Runners is a bar. Bristol’s 19. Alaska’s drinking age is 21.
Investigator Bilyeu was looking for our raw video footage from the event. We politely declined to give it to him. We’re not in the habit of handing over notes, photos, video or other materials produced in the process of newsgathering to any government official. In fact, like many news organizations, we’ve got a policy against it.
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