Idol Headlines for 2/2/13

Five Questions on American Idol: Why Has This Season Been So Good So Far? – Whatever doesn’t deafen you makes you stronger: Grantland’s Jay Caspian Kang, Mark Lisanti, and Emily Yoshida have returned, bowed but not broken, to tackle another season of American Idol. It’s been good so far! They’re as surprised as anybody! – Read more at Grantland

Katharine McPhee tweets, “Looks like Karen and Ivy could be up to something in Times Square again!”

Katharine McPhee Films ‘Smash’, Megan Hilty Does ‘Fallon’ – Katharine McPhee and her Smash co-star Krysta Rodriguez film scenes for their musical show on Friday (February 1) in New York City. The day before, the 28-year-old actress’ co-star Megan Hilty hit the talk show circuit with an appearance on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. – Read more at Just Jared

Adam Lambert On The Beyonce Lip Sync And Whether Idol Should End

Adam Lambert on the We Are Family event Red Carpet

David Cook Interview at Pacers Game

American Idol season 7 winner, David Cook, was interviewed at the Indiana Pacers basketball game. He says he hopes to have a new album out this year.

Carrie Underwood Behind the Scenes of Blown Away Tour

‘Smash’ Season 2: Katharine McPhee, Krysta Rodriguez Preview The Retooled Series – As the music starts, the lights come up and beam a frenzy of colors on Katharine McPhee and Krysta Rodriguez. The former is dressed in pink and gold, while the latter decked out in a Lady Gaga-esque ensemble complete with a curly blonde wig. This is a far cry from the glamor of “Bombshell.” “Smash” Season 2 has left the past on the cutting room floor. The new season of the NBC musical series has trimmed the fat — gone are a couple of fan-detested characters and fashions — and added new cast members all in their 20s. Not only that, but there’s a new musical taking shape and it’s the complete opposite of the show based on Marilyn Monroe’s life. Think sexy rock opera. – Read more at Huffington Post

Dear ‘Idol’ Rejects … Don’t Use ME in Legal War!! – In legal docs … the lawyer for the “Idol 9” cited Jermaine’s premature elimination — which only happened after a background check revealed his prior arrests — as a catalyst for the planned lawsuit. But Jermaine tells us … “I am offended they tried to paint me as a victim of discrimination.” He continues, “I appreciate the experience from ‘Idol’ and embraced the good and bad from it.” – Read more at TMZ

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