Before the live shows even began on American Idol, MK Nobilette had already made headlines for being the show's first openly gay contestant to make it past the early rounds.
"I'm very obviously gay," Nobilette told judges Keith Urban, Jennifer Lopez and Harry Connick, Jr., shortly before she was ushered into the Top 30. And with those words, the frequent "are-they-or-aren't-they" aura that has pervaded Idol for 13 seasons, from Clay Aiken to Adam Lambert, was... if not shattered, at least dented a little.
It's always a risky move to perform one of the judges' songs in front of them on American Idol, and for Emily Piriz the decision may have backfired.
Last Thursday, Piriz became the second contestant voted off of Season 13, after performingJennifer Lopez' "Let's Get Loud" 24 hours earlier.
But the 18-year-old from Miami says she doesn't regret her decision.
Aaron Carter, Hilary Duff
Aaron Carter is still carrying a torch for former flame Hilary Duff.
The singer took to Twitter to share his feelings for his ex, whom he dated during...
Aaron Carter has filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, TMZ.com reports.
In the documents filed on Thursday, it was revealed that the 25-year-old singer's assets total up to...
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Leslie Carter and Aaron Carter
Leslie Carter, the sister of singers Nick and Aaron Carter, overdosed and was under the influence of several drugs before her untimely death Tuesday, according to police reports obtained by ABC News.
Leslie Carter — the sister of pop singers Nick and Aaron Carter — has died, Access Hollywood reports.
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Aaron Carter is denying that he told a reporter that Michael Jackson gave him booze and drugs when he was 15, TMZ.com reports.
In the Australian edition of OK!, a reporter quoted Carter as saying...
Aaron Carter says Michael Jackson gave him cocaine and alcohol when he was 15.
"Yes, he gave me wine. I mean, I could have refused, but I was 15," Carter tells the Australian edition of OK! "He gave me cocaine. I felt weird about that ...
Aaron Carter has entered a treatment facility "to heal emotional and spiritual issues."
"He has chosen to enter a facility where he feels he will get the guidance and cleansing he needs, which in turn will help him on the music journey he's about to take," Johnny Wright, his manager, said in a statement.