Headlines: Kelly Clarkson Celebrity Family Feud, Katy Perry Forgives Taylor Swift

Celebrity Family Feud Premiers Tonight on ABC with Kelly Clarkson vs Amy Schumer and Bindi Irwin vs Chrissy Metz – “Kelly Clarkson vs Amy Schumer and Bindi Irwin vs Chrissy Metz” – The celebrity families competing to win cash for their charities feature the families and friends from Grammy(R) Award-winning singer/songwriter Kelly Clarkson; and award-winning comedian, writer, producer and actress Amy Schumer. In a separate game, family members from Australian conservationist and “Dancing with the Stars” Season 21 Mirrorball winner, Bindi Irwin, will take on the family of actress Chrissy Metz, best known for her TV role in “This Is Us.” – Read more at Futon Critic

Castro and Dia Frampton Heading out on Tour

Castro the Band and The Voice’s Dia Frampton are heading out on tour this summer.

American Idol favorite David Archuleta stops by MORE ahead of Portland concert – He won over millions of fans during his time on American Idol, and now singer David Archuleta is out touring with his new music. Archuleta has written a great deal of music since the show, and just dropped his latest EP “Orion.” He stopped by MORE to talk about the new album and share his thoughts on playing in Portland. – Watch the Video at KPTV.com

Constantine Maroulis returns to an old favorite in Muny’s ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ – Q • What draws you to “Jesus Christ Superstar”? – A • It’s one of my favorite records. The original album has a great analog sound to it and all the awesomeness of gritty ’70s rock singers. The tones just bounce off that record. There’s so much character there. When I first heard it, it’d never seen (a production of) it. I had no idea what it was. And I remember envisioning what it would be like onstage. Then I saw the (1973) film. It was campy but so cool, and I’ve gotten to know Ted Neeley (who starred as Jesus) and his family. – Read more at STLToday.com

How Gwen Stefani played stylist for this ‘Voice’ winner – Singer Craig Wayne Boyd credits his Hollywood transformation to music’s biggest chameleon of all: Gwen Stefani. “She was the one that had my hair cut on the show originally,” the Season 7 champ of “The Voice” told Page Six this week. “She had a lot of thoughts for me. I had always thought of myself pigeonholed into outlaw country music.” Boyd, 38, who appeared on the singing competition in the fall of 2014, said the makeover didn’t end with his long mane. “She was actually in there in the dressing areas picking out clothes and stuff like that,” Boyd explained. – Read more at PageSix

Paula Abdul Cancels Performance Due to an Injury, Tells Fans I ‘Will Miss You While I Recover’ – Paula Abdul has canceled her Saturday performance in Denver, Colorado, after suffering an injury. The 54-year-old singer’s reps confirmed to ET that she would be taking some time off to “rest and recover.” “Due to a temporary injury, Paula will be unable to perform at tonight’s show in Denver, Colorado. After a short rest and recovery, Paula is excited to continue on the Total Package Tour as originally scheduled,” the statement read. Sources tell ET that Abdul’s injury is a strained muscle that makes dancing not possible and that she just needs rest.- Read more at CBS8

Katy Perry on Taylor Swift: ‘I forgive her and I’m sorry’ – When it comes to her feud with Taylor Swift, Katy Perry is “ready to let it go.” In a conversation with Arianna Huffington for The Thrive Global Podcast, the “Swish Swish” singer addressed her relationship with Swift and expressed her desire to move past their differences. “I forgive her and I’m sorry for anything I ever did, and I hope the same from her,” Perry said. – Read more at Entertainment Weekly

‘World of Dance’ Standout Fik-Shun Talks Emotional Performance, Spills on the Hot New Dance Show – Us: Can you explain what made you want to go on World of Dance? FS: I wanted to show people a different way of me dancing, because I know the world is used to me dancing in a certain way, whether it’s humorous, fun and super cool and stuff. I also get emotional too and I wanted to show that on a big platform. So when I heard about World of Dance, I thought that this was the perfect platform to show something different that’s not about the coolest moves or the making-me-laugh stuff. It’s about just making you feel something. – Read more at US Magazine

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