“Sleepwalker” will be the next Adam Lambert Single in Canada
We’ve been thrilled by the amount of feedback we’ve received on the site and through Facebook and Twitter for a new single in Canada. With that being said, “Sleepwalkers” will be serviced to Canadian radio next Monday, October 25.
WANT TO MEET CARRIE THIS FALL AND HELP HABITAT FOR HUMANITY AT THE SAME TIME?
YOU CAN! Carrie is an ongoing supporters of Habitat for Humanity and has donated two great seats to the show of your choice this fall PLUS a meet and greet and photo op (for you and a guest) to be auctioned off to benefit families in need of safe and decent homes. Meet Carrie, see the show, and do good for others, all at the same time! Check out the shows you can choose from and bid on the auction at: http://bit.ly/CUHFH (But hurry, auction ends October 26!!) 100% of the proceeds from this auction benefit Hollywood for Habitat for Humanity.
More info at Carrie Underwood Official
Season 9 Idol semi-finalist, Katelyn Epperly set to release an acoustic album. She tweets, “Mark your calendars! My brand new acoustic EP “From the Basement” will be released November 25- Thanksgiving day!…?”
@ClaudeKelly: “guess what? Lee Dewyze’s album comes out on Nov 16. i co-wrote 2 songs. they sound great, Lee is amazing. you’ll see…”
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David Archuleta — A Day in the Life
AOL Music spent the day with David Archuleta when he was in New York City promoting his new album The Other Side of Down a few weeks ago. Check out the interview with David, the video below and a gallery of photos HERE.
“If you make one decision versus another, there’s always going to be something you miss and sometimes I think I let that get to myself, ” he admitted. “But I just feel happy that I’m going this way because music is always something I was able to connect to more than people were able to understand in school. There were people who love music there, but it was so hard because I wasn’t good at sports. I wasn’t in those genius clubs where all my friends were. It was like, ‘Where do I fit in?'”
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2010 AMA Nominations Announcement, featuring Danny Gokey
Exclusive Interview with Casey James, Part Two
In the second part of my interview with newly signed Sony/BNA artist Casey James, the conversation turns to the guitar. That’s not surprising considering it’s practically an extension of his arm. Whether it’s new guitar arrangements for classic songs such as John Lennon’s Jealous Guy, slinging two guitars during a duet with Bret Michaels, or jamming on stage during the American Idol Live tour, Casey has received as much attention for his impressive guitar skills as his singing.
‘Idol’ worshippers march on Hyannis
HYANNIS — Zombies mingled with bumblebees. Corpse brides rocked out with superheroes. Witches and skeletons howled out approval. And they all cheered for Siobhan Magnus.
The Hyannis Village Green morphed Sunday into a macabre tribute to Magnus, the Marstons Mills native who turned heads with her singing prowess on “American Idol” earlier this year.
The Cape star, known for her daring fashion style on the show, didn’t disappoint. With black combat boots and Medusa headgear, Magnus burst out of a black coffin onto the stage.
More highlights from Yesterday via CapeCast
Read more at the Cape Cod Times
Siobhan Magnus fans march on Hyannis
“Thanks for getting spooky, ” she told the crowd.
The “March of the Horribles, ” a four-hour Halloween-themed bash, packed the green with people, many of whom doffed scary and creative costumes. The event, organized by the town of Barnstable and the Barnstable High School drama club, served as both a community party and a chance to thank Magnus for her performance on “American Idol.”
Read more at the Boston Herald
Patti LuPone Dishes About Women on the Verge, Rockers on Broadway & More
Give us the scoop on [American Idol alum] Justin Guarini as your son.
Oh, he is adored! I don’t know how much acting he’s done, but he’s very, very talented. He’s smart as a whip, he adapts instantly and he’s unbelievably sweet. Laura [Benanti] and I do the most with him, and we told him today how much we adore him. We were waiting to go on, and we both turned to him and said, “You don’t know how much we love you.”
That’s a real compliment, because the two of you would tell him the truth.
We absolutely would! Laura actually said that to him. She said, “If we didn’t like you, you’d know it.” [Laughs.]
Read more at Broadway.com
Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony’s Puerto Rico Weekend
Making sure to keep in touch with their roots, Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony made a weekend trip to San Juan, Puerto Rico.
The new “American Idol” judge and her hubby touched down at the airport on Saturday (October 16) before being escorted to the hotel La Concha.
Once settled in, Miss Lopez changed up outfits as she joined her sister Linda to pay a charitable visit to the pediatric hospital at Puerto Rico’s medical center.
Read more at Celebrity-Gossip
Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony: San Juan Concert Couple
Having flown into the US territory of Puerto Rico the previous day, Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony were spotted leaving their luxury hotel on Sunday evening (October 17).
As the elevator doors opened, the “El Cantante” actress realized she was showing a little too much cleavage as her hubby watched on as she quickly covered up using her sparkling red dress and purse.
Read more at Celebrity-Gossip
The Cash Factor: How Simon Cowell turned his talent show into a money spinning phenomenon
Simon Cowell would have us believe the X Factor is about discovering new talent.
But with an average 14million viewers, it’s also about making big bucks. Here, Nicole Lampert examines how he’s raking in the millions.
Read more at the Daily Mail
X Factor mentors blamed for exit
X Factor judges Simon Cowell and Louis Walsh have come in for criticism by the latest acts to be booted off the show.
Musician Storm Lee accused his mentor Walsh of pressurising him into dyeing his hair pink while double act Diva Fever said they did not like Cowell’s choice of song.
Edinburgh-born musician Lee, 37, got the lowest number of viewer votes after his performance of Bruce Springsteen’s Born To Run and was automatically eliminated from the contest.
Read more at Press Association
Audrina Patridge and Tony Dovolani’s Rumba to Be ‘Like Making Love’
This week my partner Tony Dovolani and I are doing the rumba. The dance is similar to the Argentine tango, except without the lifts and tricks. It’s very passionate, sensual and sultry. Tony calls it the dance of love and says the emotion should be like making love on the dance floor – which is a little awkward and weird! I’m definitely still getting used to it. Thankfully, our Argentine tango last week was very up close and personal, so that kind of prepared me for this.
Read more at People