Idol Headlines for 11/27/12

Crystal Bowersox tweets, “Whoo!!! Day one of the next chapter of my life.. Album two is officially started:)”

Elliott Yamin tweets, “So, what do yall think my next single should be?…I’m gonna release it 2 the wild myself…my “label” could care less,so, why not?…right?”

Haley Reinhart tweets, “PARTY PEOPLE!!! I’ll be in VEGAS for a 3 night residency at the @cosmopolitan_LV Dec. 6th, 7th, and 8th. Come hang!”

Victory Junction Creates Triad Holiday Gala for Kids. Kellie Pickler to perform. Tickets still available. – Victory Junction Presents “Visions of Sugarplums” Holiday Gala for Children in the Piedmont-Triad Kellie Pickler to Perform Randleman, N.C. (Nov. 26) – One enchanted evening in December, Victory Junction will present the “Visions of Sugarplums” Holiday Gala for children and their families. The 2nd Annual Piedmont-Triad “Visions of Sugarplums” Holiday Gala will take place on Saturday, December 1, 2012 at Adaumont Farms, home of Kyle and Pattie Petty, in Trinity, NC. – Read more at

American Idol Elise Testone to hold unplugged concert at CCU – Coastal Carolina University just released on its Alumni Relations Facebook page that American Idol contestant Elise Testone will be performing with special guests Dec. 5 at Wheelwright Auditorium. Tickets are $5 for students and $10 for alumni, faculty & staff. This show is reserved seating, and tickets go on sale next Wednesday, Nov. 14. Testone, who graduated from CCU in 2005, competed on the 11th season of the famed Fox television show American Idol. – Read more at My Horry

Anger Management Scoop: Cee Lo Green to Drop By – Find Out Who He’ll Play! – Cee Lo Green is checking into Anger Management. TVLine has learned that the Voice coach will guest-star in a Season 2 episode of the FX comedy as a heightened version of himself. Described as the nicest guy in show business, this Green will seek Charlie’s assistance after finding himself afraid he’ll soon explode under too much stress. – Read more at TV Line

Country Stars Set For Music In The City – The Tin Roof will be rockin’ on Jan. 22 when Nashville Lifestyles presents Music In The City 2013. Kelleigh Bannen, Casey James, Kristy Lee Cook, High Valley, Edens Edge and Clay Cook of the Zac Brown Band are on the line up for the 5:30 p.m. concert. The annual showcase features some of Nashville’s hottest rising artists. Hosted by CMT, the event will benefit the W.O. Smith Music School. – Read more at Music

Kris Allen’s Journey to Kenya with World Vision – Intro

Team Casey James Remains In The Lead For ‘No Shave November’ – With only a few more days of competition remaining, “NO SHAVE NOVEMBER” has reached nearly 64% of its fundraising goal this year. Music industry execs and radio personnel from across the country have been participating in the beard-growing competition that benefits ST. JUDE CHILDREN’s RESEARCH HOSPITAL. By competitively growing beards, the fundraiser has raised money through team and individual entry fees, from bids to force participants to shave, and by bids to trump those shave requests. At the end of NOVEMBER awards will be awarded in several beard categories. – Read more at

Bucky Covington Takes Time Out to Chat With CMTT – CMTT: What does the rest of 2012 look like for you and what is coming up in 2013? Bucky Covington: We just released our new album in September, but we still be heading back into the studio to start work on the next one. I have been doing a lot of shopping for songs and writing for the upcoming album. We have our shows coming up so check out the website to see where you can catch us out of the road.- Read more at Country Music Tattle Tale

CeCe Frey & Paige Thomas Open Up About Emotional ‘X Factor’ Performances – “Yes, I was pegged as the ‘mean girl’ from day one,” CeCe admitted sheepishly, when I asked if she’d been misunderstood or unfairly edited. “I think that when everybody goes into a competition like this, you’re not sure how to act. You’re not sure if people are going to be nice, if people are going to be friendly, or if everyone is going to be conniving and do whatever it takes to tear you down. So I just kind of went into it with walls up, keeping everybody at arms’ length, because I sure as hell wasn’t going to let anyone mess with me. If I made myself untouchable, it would let everybody else know, ‘Okay, at the very least, we need to stay away from this girl.’ So was that the best [way to act]? No. But I am so pleased and thankful that I got the chance now to really be myself and let America see who I really am.” – See the Videos at

Jennel Garcia Talks X-Factor

Simon Cowell Prank 911 Call ‘He’s Being Held Hostage’ – Simon Cowell is the latest swatting victim in L.A. — someone called 911 Sunday and reported the “X Factor” judge was duct taped in his home and being held hostage. Sources tell TMZ … the female caller claimed Simon was bound and gagged in the bathroom of his Beverly Hills estate. We’re told cops responded in force but found nothing. Simon was at home at the time. – Read more at

Britney Spears Dog Hannah Joins ‘X Factor’ Judge’s Family (PHOTO) – Meet Hannah Spears! Britney Spears has an adorable new puppy, and she introduced her Twitter followers to the tiny furball Monday afternoon. “I want you all to meet my new little baby girl @hannahspears

Via Huffington Post

Lea Michele: ‘Cory Monteith Is The Nicest, Sweetest Guy In The World’ – The “Glee” star, 26, opens up about her Canadian beau, 30, in the January 2013 issue of Flare magazine, which she covers. “You know, Canada makes some great dudes, and he’s definitely one of them, just the nicest, sweetest guy in the world. I’m very lucky,” Michele gushes to Flare, explaining that Monteith’s hometown is an added bonus. “It’s really great that I’ve gotten to go to Victoria and Vancouver a lot — it’s so beautiful.” – Read more at Huffington Post

The Roxy Club Responds To Adam Levine’s Bizarre ‘Voice’ Rant – One of the more awkward (and amusing) moments of this Monday’s episode of “The Voice” came when Adam Levine was critiquing contestant Cassadee Pope’s performance of a Michelle Branch song, and he used most of his airtime to quite harshly critique legendary Hollywood rock club the Roxy. “We used to open for Michelle Branch,” the Maroon 5 frontman grumbled, “and I remember we opened for her at the Roxy and they didn’t even give us a dressing room. I hate the Roxy. I’ll never play there again!” Anyhoo, the folks at the Roxy could have been angry about Adam’s bold statement, but in this any-publicity-is-good-publicity age, they decided to have a little fun with the situation instead, switching up their marquee immediately after Monday’s West Coast “Voice” broadcast:

Via Reality Rocks

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