Happy Valentines Day! :3
Tonight, the girls perform last chance solos before the judges on American Idol at 8/7c on FOX. Plus, the Top 40 are unveiled. And on Glee, the graduates come back to Lima for Emma and Will’s Valentines Day wedding. 9/8c on FOX.
Jennifer Hudson, Jordin Sparks and Pia Toscano (How is THAT for a Diva trio!) will be featured in the Divas in the Desert Gala for the American Cancer Society, taking place on Friday April 26th at the Westin LA Paloma Resort & Spa. Click for more information.
BWW Reviews: AMERICAN IDOL Winner Phillip Phillips Chats About his IDOL Experiences and More – Both my sisters sing. My whole family sings and plays some kind of instrument. Both of my sisters started playing way earlier then I started singing. I didn’t start singing until I was about 18. They started singing a lot younger. They have a lot better voices than I do. They will always tell me whenever I sound bad or not. It’s good to have them there. – Read more at Broadway World
‘American Idol’ finalist Jason Castro talks locks – There are a few things “American Idol” fans will always remember about Jason Castro. The singer’s memorable performances of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” and the ukulele-inspired version of “Over the Rainbow” during his turn on “Idol’s” seventh season are two. His dreadlocks are another. Today, five years after his time on “Idol,” it seems people are still interested in those locks. A Tweet, posted on his website, had a female fan wanting to run her fingers through his hair. “Yes, it happens a lot,” Castro said with a chuckle. – Read more at HamptonRoads
Rock With Her – Lashundra “Trenyce” Cobbins went from North Memphis to Hollywood when she made the final cut on American Idol in 2003. Now Cobbins is in London, where she’s been cast as the female lead in a tribute to pop icon Michael Jackson. More than 10,000 miles away from home, she’s performing in Thriller Live at the Lyric Theater in London every Tuesday through Sunday. “It takes you on a musical journey through Michael Jackson’s entire life,” Cobbins said. “From the time he was in the Jackson 5 all the way up to his last records. It’s a celebration of his music and his time as an artist and icon. – Read more at Memphis Flyer
Fifth Harmony Reunites & Talks Debut Album
They talk about their debut album and more. They expect to begin recording within a week.
Stacy Francis Still Feels Misunderstood + Her New Reality Show!
X Factor’s Stacy Francis, has a reality show?
Demi Lovato Would ‘Love’ to Return to ‘X Factor’ – Demi told Renee she would “love” to return to “X Factor” if her schedule allows. “I’m focusing on my music this year, so it’s going to be a lot of touring, a lot of promoting of my album… but I would love to. Obviously, if they asked for me to come back, I’d say yes.” With Britney Spears exiting the competition show, she would love to see another superstar take her place. “I would love to see Lady Gaga. I don’t know if that is possible or not,” she said. Demi is also on the mend. She broke her leg after her roommate “Pledged” the floor. “I slipped and fell in my living room and, God bless my roommate, but she’s not used to cleaning and so she actually “Pledged” the floors… Needless to say that didn’t go very well.” – See the Video at ExtraTV
Carly Rae Jepsen Reveals Why She’s Heartbroken on New Single ‘Tonight I’m Getting Over You’ – Heartbreak was far from the theme of Carly Rae Jepsen’s catchy, career-launching Grammy-nominated radio hit, “Call Me Maybe” – but in her latest single, the starlet touches on romance gone wrong. Reliving the past failed relationship that inspired “Tonight I’m Getting Over You,” Jepsen, 27, recently explained at PEOPLE’s pre-Grammy soiree at Sayers Club in Hollywood, “As an artist, it’s fun to explore [my] many sides and sort of go through my experience with love in a more personal way. I hope you haven’t experienced it, but I certainly have had that relationship that is on-again, off-again and good and bad.” – Read more at People.com
Matthew Morrison on Will’s Wedding, a “Big Feud” and His “Rejuvenated” Return to Glee – Last week, millions of Glee fans were shocked — and more than a little horrified — to see Finn (Cory Monteith) lay one on Emma (Jayma Mays) days before she ties the knot. And they weren’t alone. “I couldn’t believe it. I was like, ‘What happened? What did he do?’ It just didn’t make any sense,” Matthew Morrison tells TVGuide.com. “It still kind of doesn’t make sense in my mind, but a lot of things in this show are kind of funny.” Despite the brief smooch between the bride and the best man, Thursday’s special Valentine’s Day episode (9/8c on Fox), entitled “I Do,” will feature the long-awaited wedding of Wemma, one of Glee’s most beloved on-and-off couples. “It was kind of messed up, but it leaves room for a lot of drama and tension,” Morrison says of the kiss. “I think the wedding is going to go pretty smoothly, but I think there will be some aftermath in some episodes to come. … It’s going to be a nice big feud for a couple episodes.” – Read more at TV Guide
Connie Britton Is a Late Bloomer – Connie Britton got over it a long time ago, the part that got away. But it’s a good story, and she still tells it with feeling: The year was 1995. Edward Burns, who had just directed her (and starred in) “The Brothers McMullen,” reached into his backpack one night over dinner and handed her a script that Cameron Crowe had sent him to read. Burns wasn’t interested himself, wanting to act in his own films instead. But he thought Britton was perfect for the romantic lead. – Read more at NYTimes
AMERICAN IDOL GIRLS GROUP NIGHT DRAMA (Idol in a Minute)