Smash airs tonight on NBC at 10/9c. It moves to Saturdays on April 6. Also, Dancing with the Stars airs a recap episode at 8/7c pm on ABC.
Crystal Bowersox is set to perform on the Tonight Show on Monday March 25. Keith Urban will guest the following night, Tuesday March 26.
Lauren Alaina’s vehicle broken into in Fort Oglethorpe – Country music star Lauren Alaina had her vehicle broken into Sunday while she and a friend were in Fort Oglethorpe, police say. According to the Fort Oglethorpe Police Department, the break-in occurred while the Rossville teen and a friend stopped at the Chickamauga Battlefield to take a bike ride in the park, at which time her parent’s Kia Sorento was broken into. – Read more at CatWalkChatt
‘X Factor’s’ Beatrice Miller Signed – Beatrice, who was mentored by Britney Spears, revealed to interviewer Arthur Kade, “I just got signed, but I can’t tell you any details.” The 13-year old NY native’s first professional performance was at the U.S. Open in 2008, at the age of 9, where she sang “America the Beautiful” in front of 24,000 people. – Read more at Extra TV
Idology: Is Comic Jimmy Iovine Hurting Idol’s Ladies? Plus: Lazaro and the ‘Courage’ Card
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Kellie Pickler Doesn’t Have High Hopes for Her ‘Dancing With the Stars’ Adventure – Picker, whose Grandpa Ken convinced her to sign onto the show, confesses to the Boot, “People are expecting me to be good, and I don’t know if I am or not.” However, if her ‘DWTS’ promo photo is any indication, she looks ready to dazzle, appearing fit and beautiful next to her partner, Derek Hough. “I hope people don’t have too high of expectations for me, because I’m not a dancer,” Pickler says, further explaining her trepidations. “Derek is going to do the best that he can teaching me as much as he can in that short time period. So I’m not worried about him, I’m worried about me! I’m stepping outside my comfort zone.” – Read more at Taste of Country
Kellie and Derek Meet for the First Time
Kellie and Derek Post Dance Interview
‘I once got booed in Nebraska for saying I was a vegetarian …it’s a big meat area’ – What was the last text you got? My husband just texted to tell me that he’d landed in Vancouver. He’s an ice hockey player and they’d just had a game in Dallas. He travels as much as I do and our paths rarely cross, which is not cool. When was the last time you cried? I seem to cry a lot on planes when I watch movies. I think it has something to do with the pressure and the funky air. I watched the latest Twilight and I’ll admit that I got a little misty. – Read more at The Sun UK
Phillip Phillips Interview- American Idol Top 10
First look at new ‘Voice’ judges Shakira and Usher – Anyway, the show opens with all four judges playing a pickup version of The Beatles “Come Together.” They play as though they’d been together for years — and they judge together with the same ease. Unlike “American Idol” — which is getting so long-in-the- tooth they may need to call in an orthodontist, or “America’s Got Talent,” where the judge in-fighting gag is more used up than the Kardashian sisters — and especially the forgettable format of “The X Factor” — “The Voice” judges aren’t there to focus on themselves. Well, maybe they are, but they aren’t so blatant about it. – Read more at The New York Post
‘The Voice’ Season 4: Carson Daly talks new coaches Usher and Shakira – “It just took a minute,” Daly says during lunch on the NBC Universal lot. “Blake didn’t understand a thing Shakira said for the first two hours. He called Usher, Crusher. [But] they all just get along it’s fun to watch. Within two hours, [the producers] just looked at each other like, ‘Awesome, everybody’s doing what “The Voice” does.'” This season’s format will stay close to Season 3, which Daly describes as “perfection” and will include the return of the coaches’ steal. “All the coach were more incentivized to look at each others teams because if someone slipped through the cracks they could steal them,” he notes. – Read more at Zap2it
‘Amazing Race’: Dave and Connor on Their ‘Heartbreaking’ Decision to Withdraw From Competition – Dave and Connor O’Leary’s time on The Amazing Race didn’t end the way they thought it would. The father-son team — both cancer survivors — chose to withdraw from the competition in Sunday night’s episode after the elder O’Leary tore his Achilles tendon in a previous leg of the race. Despite his injury, the duo still managed to finish the legs at the front of the pack, but under the advice of a doctor, the O’Learys decided it was best that Dave get home to have surgery before irreparable damage was done. – Read more at The Hollywood Reporter
Omarosa Suing La Toya Jackson For ‘False, Vicious & Defamatory’ Comments About Fiance’s Death! – Omarosa Manigault is firing back at LaToya Jackson, and RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that she’s planning to sue her for the “false, vicious and defamatory” comments she made about Omarosa being involved in her fiancé’s death!
On the Sunday night episode of All-Star Celebrity Apprentice, LaToya Jackson was fired by Donald Trump and made the nasty comment about Michael Clarke Duncan’s tragic heart attack and death. “She’s a conniving, scheming, cut-throat, probably pulled the cord on Michael Duncan Clarke … and I thought Mr. Trump was falling for that fake cry. Such a lie!” LaToya said after she was fired in the boardroom. – Read more at RadarOnline
Scoop: Smash Boss on This Week’s Big Marilyn Reveal, and the Semi-Return of (Gulp) Tech! – Smash is finally pulling the curtain back on its big Bombshell mystery. Exec producer Josh Safran tells TVLine that tonight’s episode — the first of three final Tuesday installments before the drama relocates to Saturdays at 9/8c on April 6 — will “a hundred percent” reveal whether Ivy or Karen will be playing Marilyn in the musical-within-the-show. To wit, viewers will witness Smash‘s Broadway debut in Episode 12 on April 20 — long before the season concludes. “Bombshell comes out of the rehearsal room very quickly and moves to Broadway,” says Safran. “So you definitely see the previews and dress rehearsals and the entire process.” – Read more at TV Line