I’m going to be perfectly honest. I’d rather be watching the 121212 Concert for Sandy relief tonight, rather than what will likely be awful performances on The X Factor. Paul McCartney is performing with the remaining members of Nirvana for starters. Sigh. If you want to check it out, The event begins at 7:30 et. WATCH HERE.
Kelly Clarkson’s Latest Diva News Has Us Hyperventilating – Grab your inhalers Kelly Clarkson fans, because we have it on good authority that she will be throwing down a live version of her latest single “Catch My Breath” on VH1 Divas Sunday. Anyone who saw her perform the midtempo dance track on the American Music Awards, caught her brilliant VH1 Divas Celebrates Soul sets last year (ahem, she killed it wearing a cast on her foot) or watched her Unplugged gets why this is a BFD. – Read more at VH1.com
Adam Lambert Calls Natasha Bedingfield, Bootsy Collins, Iggy Azalea, VH1 DIVAS Collab “F-ing Genius”. – It wouldn’t be VH1 Divas week without a daily dose of this year’s host Adam Lambert. And guess what our fearless dance party maestro had to say when we told him Natasha Bedingfield, Iggy Azalea and Bootsy Collins are performing Deee-Lite‘s “Groove Is In The Heart” this Sunday? The only appropriate response: “That’s f***ing genius! I love that song!” – Read more at VH1
Nicki Minaj’s “American Idol” Arrival – Gearing up for another workday, Nicki Minaj showed up on the set of “American Idol” in Los Angeles yesterday afternoon (December 11). The “Super Bass” rapper looked curvaceous as she squeezed into a form-fitting yellow dress as she exited her trailer, only to be captured on film by a sneaky shutterbug. See the Photos at Celebrity Gossip
‘X Factor’s’ CeCe Frey on Being Inspired by Adam Lambert, Getting Advice from Ke$ha: ‘I’m Ready To Raise Hell’ (Q&A) – “In every competition show, I don’t care what kind of contestant you were or how much people liked you or disliked you — everybody gets the courtesy of a look back on their journey,” Frey told The Hollywood Reporter four days after her elimination. “Not just for them, but for the people out there supporting them,” she said. “You have to wonder, what was so different about me, or my elimination or my time on the X Factor?” She has a point. It hardly seemed like a fitting ending for a girl that essentially started out being packaged as one of those reality-show cookie-cutter villains with a big ego and a bad attitude. However, as the competition went on, audiences saw a whole other side of CeCe Frey — one that we at THR found, well, cool. – Read more at the Hollywood Reporter
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Go Inside The Nobel Peace Prize Concert
ETonline scored a sneak peek inside the venue and is pleased to bring you highlights from the 2012 Nobel Peace Prize Concert, including numbers from Kylie Minogue, Ne-Yo, Seal and Jennifer Hudson’s tribute to Whitney Houston! Watch!