Idol Headlines for 10/15/10

David Archuleta will be a guest on MTV’s 10 on Top, tomorrow morning (Oct 16) at 11:30am/10:30c. Check out the tweet here.


The date on Crystal Bowersox’s debut has changed from December 7 to December 14 (I said it would probably change!


Madonna and her daughter Lola attended last night’s performance of “In The Heights” starring Jordin Sparks! Jordin tweets, “”Madonna & Lola, w/ her friends, came 2 the show last night. It was so cool to meet them. So sweet & gorgeous. Happy birthday again, girl!” Check out photos at JustJared.


First guests for CBS’ new ‘Talk’ show revealed

NEW YORK — CBS is launching panel talk show “The Talk, ” the first new network daytime talk show in a while, with some high-powered guests.

During their premiere week, “Talk” hosts Julie Chen, Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Holly Robinson Peete, Leah Remini and Marissa Jaret Winokur will welcome model Christie Brinkley on Monday, Jennifer Lopez on Tuesday, Melissa Rycroft and former South Carolina first lady Jenny Sanford on Wednesday, actress Chandra Wilson on Thursday and Jamie Lee Curtis, Rick Fox and professional dancer Cheryl Burke on Friday.

Read more at Hollywood Reporter


@IdolStage: Ruben Studdard begins his Fall International Tour with David Foster & Friends tonight in Las Vegas at Mandalay Bay. The tour will take Ruben to Japan, the Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia and Singapore.


@LyndseyParker: “Just ran into Lee DeWyze’s PR guy at Mark Ronson show. He confirmed Lee co-wrote “Sweet Serendipity.” Just FYI for those who were asking.”


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Spotted: Kelly Clarkson and Rebe McEntire

Last night Reba McEntire and Kelly Clarkson grabbing a bite to eat at Ritz-Carlton lounge around midnight after arriving from Pittsburgh. Reba’s on tour with George Strait and appears tonight at the Wells Fargo Center. Last night Reba surprised her fans and called Kelly up to perform Clarkson’s song Because of You as a surprise. Maybe tonight they’ll do it again in Philly.

Read more at PhillyMag


Kelly Clarkson surprise duet with Reba McEntire in Pittsburgh Last Night

It’s just a snip…

Kelly Clarkson performed a surprise duet with Reba McEntire at the country star’s Pittsburgh concert last night. They sang their duet, “Because Of You”.


Ribbon-cutting today for new Conservatory building

Mayor Tom Menino and an American Idol star will be in the Fenway area today to celebrate the ribbon-cutting of The Hemenway Project, the $32 million expansion and renovation of the Boston Conservatory’s theater building.

The project added 16, 000 square feet of space, a new 300-seat state of the art theater, air conditioning and other technical upgrades to 31 Hemenway St., the 61-year-old home of the Conservatory.

At today’s event, beginning at 12:30 p.m., speakers will include Menino, Boston Conservatory President Richard Ortner, and Board Chairman Al Houston.

They will be joined by Conservatory graduate Constantine Maroulis, an American Idol finalist. Maroulis stars in the play Rock of Ages, which is now playing at the Colonial Theatre’s stage.

Read more at the Boston Globe


Matt Giraud delivers red-hot performance in Bay City

This is one of Matt Giraud’s few shows outside West Michigan — his first major solo show, the “American Idol” finalist told his crowd at Bay City’s State Theatre — but you wouldn’t know it backstage.

The Kalamazoo native was totally cool, talking about life post-“Idol” as neighbors might talk over the back fence about their lawns. And moments later, he was red-hot, opening tonight’s show with the Black Crowe’s “Hard to Handle.”

“But I never had an audience at a sound check before tonight, ” he said at the State Theatre, trying to hide an easy grin. “I just sat down next to them and sang right to them. So much for the rock star mystique!”

Read more at MLive


Danny Gokey on the Red Carpet

Hollyscoop asks the AMA Red Carpet hosts about Bullying


Former American Idol Contestant, Scott MacIntyre, Performs In Harrisburg


Season 8 American Idol contestant, Scott MacIntyre, performed at the Whitaker Center in Harrisburg Thursday night. Most of the money raised from the performance went to the Pennsylvania Association for the Blind.



Carrie Underwood Brings Her Polished Play On Tour to Nashville

As though the ringmaster of her own circus, Underwood adorned a floor-length cape covering the back of her tight, flattering black leather pants. Adding to the theatrical ensemble, she completed the look with an accessorized jacket and sky-high stilettos. As she straddled the blood-red mic stand in front of her, she launched the evening with a feisty favorite regarding the infamous devil in disguise — the pesky “Cowboy Casanova” — and appropriately followed with the love-gone-wrong segue, “Quitter.”

“I think I speak for all of us when I say it’s good to be home, ” she said. Encouraging the crowd to stand up, dance and sing along, she reminded, “This is Nashville. I know you can sing.”

Read more at CMT


‘Glee’ Star Lea Michele is ‘Dorothy of Oz’

“Glee” star Lea Michele is following the yellow brick road to an all-new ‘Oz’ adventure, and we have a sneak peek at the upcoming CGI-animated musical ‘Dorothy of Oz’!

“It’s just really nice to get to step into a different world for a little while, ” says Lea. “I thoroughly enjoy being at William McKinley High School Monday through Friday at ‘Glee, ‘ but it’s been really great to step into another world and play another character for a little while. It only makes the job that I do every day even more enjoyable.”

Taking place where the original 1939 film left off, Dorothy (Michele) wakes up back in Kansas after the tornado has devastated her community. She finds a new means to transport back to Oz, only to discover that her three friends – Scarecrow (Dan Aykroyd), Lion (Jim Belushi) and Tin Man (Kelsey Grammer) – have disappeared. It turns out a new villain, The Jester (Martin Short), is trying to take control of Oz, and Dorothy must band together new and old friends to defeat him.

Read more at ET Online

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