Today’s Idol Appearances
- Crystal Bowersox performs on the Ellen Degeneres Show
- Katharine McPhee appears on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno
- Anoop Desai appears on the Monique Show, BET 11 pm.
- David Archuleta performs with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square, Salt Lake City. (Dress Rehearsal)
- Lee DeWyze performs at the Alice 105.9 Sweet 16 concert in Denver, CO
- Adam Lambert, Glam Nation plays Club Nokia, Los Angeles, CA
- Jason Castro performs at A Kurt Bestor Chirstmas Abravanel Hall, Salt Lake City Utah
- Kelly Clarkson plays at a benefit with her backup singers, Jill and Kate, for the Houses of Hope orphanage. Nashville, TN.
- Bo Bice performs at the Red Rooster in Nashville for a Toys For Tots benefit.
More Headlines after the JUMP…
David Archuleta Interview with Showbiz Shelly
Via Showbiz Shelley
Jennifer Hudson Gives Back
GIVING BACK: Academy Award-winning actress and R&B star Jennifer Hudson has teamed up with the WGN-Channel 9 morning news show crew to ask the public to donate new and unwrapped toys to be given to the kids at the Abraham Lincoln Center. And on Dec. 22 from 10 a.m.-noon, Hudson will sing a Christmas song and present toys to hundreds of kids from the center in conjunction with the “Winter Wonderfest” at Navy Pier. This event is open to the public.
Read more at Chicago Sun-Times
MIFFED Simon Cowell had to fork out £100 in extra duty to Customs officers – to take his favourite beer on holiday.
The X Factor guru, 51, was stopped as he tried to import ten cases of Sapporo to Barbados.
Simon – estimated to be worth £165million – had flown in the yeast-free Japanese lager on his private jet on Tuesday.
But he was less than pleased when officials told him he was over the duty free limit and would have to pay up – or lose the lot.
Read more at The Sun
David Archuleta: Mormon Tabernacle Choir Rehearsals Day 2!
The End: Final ‘Larry King Live’ Airs Tonight
He may have gotten out of touch, he may have been famously unprepared for his interviews, and he may have been responsible for his show hemorrhaging viewers to average underwhelming 700, 000 a night, but Larry King is still an institution. After more than 25 years and about 50, 000 guests, the 77-year-old interviewer tonight will host the final installment of Larry King Live, his primetime talk show on CNN. More than a dozen guests are expected to stop by, including King’s pals Ryan Seacrest, whom he tipped as his potential successor, and Bill Maher.
Read more at Deadline