Idol Headlines for 12/14/10 – The Evening Edition

Sneak Preview: VH1’s Top 40 Music Video Countdown Of 2010

VH1 has leaked 35 artists set to appear on their Top 40 Videos of 2010 chart. Both Adam Lambert’s “If I Had You” and Daughtry’s “September” have made the list.

To find out the order, and which videos made the Top 5, you’ll have to tune into the The VH1 Countdown special set to air on Fri. Dec. 17 at 9 pm. See the alphabetized list and schedule information HERE.


More Headlines after the JUMP…


Adam Lambert & Hanukkah Harry – Backstage at the Q102 Jingle Ball

Via IHeartRadio


American Idol press conference @ the Mirage in Las Vegas

Via marseniuk


Danny Gokey gets ready to take the Grand Ole Opry stage.

Via USATodayIdol


Jen & Steve interview Lee Dewyze, winner of 2010 American Idol Season 9, at XLO’s Acoustic Xmas 2 – Mechanics Hall, December 5th, 2010

via @Dweezysignal


OFFSTAGE: Carrie Underwood’s Crunchy Bangs and Glittery Nails

She’s come a long way, baby. And now, Carrie Underwood is undisputedly one of the most gorgeous women to ever grace a country stage. But, like many of us, she had her questionable beauty phases. Like the crunchy-bangs phase. She told Marie Claire magazine she used to put a whole bunch of gel in her bangs and comb them over. “It would dry and you could, like, flick it, ” she said. And when her mom tried to talk some sense into Underwood, she’d tell her mom, “Whatever — you’re not cool.”

Read more at CMT


Michael McIntyre joins Britain’s Got Talent

The stars are replace to Piers Morgan, who has landed a primetime US chat show. Simon Cowell will return as a judge during the live stage of the contest.

McIntyre said he was “extremely excited” about his new role.

Dance troupe Spelbound were the winners of this year’s series.

“I’m a massive fan of Britain’s Got Talent and am extremely excited to be a judge on the new series, ” McIntyre said.

Read more at The BBC


Whoa: NBC’s ‘Sing-Off’ Surges

Aided by some weak competition, Sing-Off (9.4 million viewers, 3.3 preliminary adults 18-49 rating) abruptly gained 18% in its second week to a series high, moving up from the ho-hum adult demo 2s into the hit-zone 3s. This is also NBC’s best non-Olympic performance in this slot in more than a year and gave NBC the highest-rated show last night that wasn’t a member of CBS’ elite comedy block.

Read more at Hollywood Reporter


Matthew Morrison: ‘Glee’ Super Bowl episode will be ‘wild and crazy’

Though that may well be eclipsed by the episode the cast is currently shooting. “We’re doing our Super Bowl show now, and it will be a wild and crazy episode.” How so? “I can tell you that it will have, let’s see, football, zombies…and Michael Jackson could be involved.” Sounds thrilling.

Read more at USA Today


“‘Glee’: Chris Colfer on his Golden Globe nomination and his new big-screen project

Glee‘s Chris Colfer now has more to be glee-ful about than a phenomenal second season: He’s been nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor in TV Series, Mini-Series, or Made-for-TV Movie. Shortly after finding out about his nod, Colfer rang EW to talk about the Globes, as well as his upcoming foray into movies.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: So how did you find out? Were you awake?
CHRIS COLFER: I woke up with a phone call. I was not awake for the announcement. My publicist called me at 5 a.m., and I’ve been wide awake since.

Read more at Entertainment Weekly


Glee’s Lea Michele Dishes on Finchel, Puckleberry, Brittana and a Huge Super Bowl Surprise!

“I’m so upset about it!” Lea told me of the Finchel split. “The tweets that I get about this are so intense. They’re like, ‘You have ruined the show for me! I am sitting here crying right now.'”

Many of you fans have asked if the show’s producers are aware how intensely you feel about the Finchel split and Lea lays it out for you: “I show[ed] the tweets to Ryan Murphy and [I was] like, ‘Look what you’ve done!’ And he loved it! He was like ‘Really?! Oh my God.’ I’m so sad, I love working with Cory [Monteith].”

But step away from that ledge; there is hope for you Finchel fanatics. “They’re not keeping us apart, ” Lea insists. “I still have some really awesome scenes with [Corey], both in the Super Bowl episode and in the Valentine’s Day episode …Of course, now that [Rachel] knows what they have she’s not going to let it go so easy. But some stuff goes down—oh boy, does some stuff go down. It goes down! So wait until you see that, it’s the last scene in the Super Bowl episode.”

See the Video at EOnline

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