Tonight, The Voice airs more blind auditions 8/7c pm, NBC. And Kellie Pickler and the rest of the stars take to the dance floor once again on Dancing With The Stars, 8/7c pm ABC.
Idology: Can Angie Rebound From Disaster? Plus: Lazaro’s Bad ‘Tude, Amber & Kree Advice!
Troubling undertones bubbled up throughout Motown Week on Season 12 of American Idol, and this week’s Idology is here to shed some light on ‘em.
Jordin Sparks enjoys Dubai World Cup – Amidst all the racing run, we managed to spot American pop and R&B singer and actress Jordin Sparks, who was catching the horse racing action as a guest of the Emirates Airlines lounge at the Dubai World Cup. “I am wearing a Bebe dress that is over 15 years old,” she said, laughing. “I was going through my mum’s closet and saw this dress and fell in love with it. My shoes are Stuart Weitzman, bracelets are Louis Vuitton and the earrings are a gift from my boyfriend.” – Read more at Gulf News
Little Mix Ready To Get ‘Fruit Loopy’ On Reality TV – The British invasion isn’t just on your radio. With reality shows for the Wanted (their show set for later this year) and the Saturdays (their show is just wrapped), more and more pop stars from across the pond are popping up on your small screen too. And if TV producers give U.K. girl group Little Mix a call, they’d be down to return to their reality-TV roots for their own series. “It’d be nice just for like even more people, like a wider audience to get to know what Little Mix are about and who we are,” Jesy Nelson told MTV News. – See more at MTV.com
American Idol’s Paul Jolley Loves Pizza and Carrie Underwood
FremantleMedia Should Focus on Drama and a Successor to ‘Idol’ (Analysis) – Fremantle is facing a watershed in its development. The so-called “shiny floor” formats that have been the engines of its revenue for the past decade – shows such as American Idol and The X Factor – are sputtering. American Idol ratings have dropped to an all-time low and last season’s performance of The X Factor in the U.K. – with 9.3 million viewers tuning into the season finale – was the worst in seven years. – Read more at Hollywood Reporter
Cheryl Burke Blogs: ‘I Thought for Sure’ We Were Getting Eliminated Last Week – Before Dorothy [Hamill] announced she was going home, I thought for sure we were the ones leaving. I didn’t think there was any way we were staying. We were eight points behind the second to lowest couple. I know D.L. already packed his clothes for New York. I was practicing my farewell speech. When we were saved and not even called to be in the bottom two, it was pretty amazing. We both dropped to the floor. D.L. said his knees buckled. – Read more at People