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Chris Daughtry and Wife Welcome Twins

Chris and Deanna Daughtry

Chris Daughtry and his wife, Deanna, welcomed twins Wednesday, the rocker announced on his website.

Adalynn Rose was born at 11:06 a.m., weighing 6 pounds, 5 ounces. Noah James followed at 11:25, weighing 5 pounds, 5 ounces. The babies were carried to term via... read more

Chris Daughtry, Wife Expecting Twins

Chris and Deanna Daughtry

Chris Daughtry and his wife, Deanna, are expecting twins via a surrogate.

"Deanna and I are overjoyed about this double blessing," the American Idol alum announced on his band's website. "Thank you ...
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Daughtry to Ring in 2009 in Las Vegas


David Cook isn't the only American Idol alum heading to Las Vegas for New Year's.

Season 5 graduate and best-seller Chris Daughtry and his band will join Cook at ...
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Daughtry Sings for "First Time" Voters

Chris Daughtry by Jamie McCarthy/

Idol's golden boy, or shall we say platinum boy, Chris Daughtry, has been tapped by CNN to provide the theme song for the network's League of First Time Voters initiative. And what better song to really drive their point home and get people voting for their first time than a cover of Foreigner's hit "Feels Like the First Time." "Getting to rerecord a classic song like this was a real honor for us, and we hope it helps inspire people to vote,” says lead singer Chris Daughtry. "We strongly believe that it doesn’t matter who you vote for, as long as you vote."Foreigner's Mick Jones, who wrote the song back in the late '70s, gave the Grammy-nominated band his seal of approval saying their version is "very cool" and "more than captured the essence of the original."The single, set to premiere on Campbell Brown: Election Center Monday, August 18, will also appear on Daughtry's upcoming expanded version of its album, Daughtry Deluxe, September 9. But the good news is we have the m... read more

New Video from Idol's Chris Daughtry

We may be between seasons of American Idol, but that doesn't stop various alumni from cranking out new music and videos, including one of the most successful of the bunch, Chris Daughtry. Through emotive clips and captions featuring our world's troubled conditions, the rocker's new video for his single "What About Now" conveys a powerful message that even the "average Joe" can make a difference. Side note: Did anyone else have Van Halen's "Right Now" flashbacks after watching this? read more

Watch Video: "Idol Gives Back" Bloopers!

It's that time of the season again—the one when all your favorite Idol-ers and celebs team up to raise awareness and funds to benefit poverty stricken children around the world. So who'll be joining this year's event? Basically every celeb under the sun including Bono, Brad Pitt, Robin Williams, Billy Crystal, Reese Witherspoon, Miley Cyrus, Mariah Carey, Fergie, Chris Daughtry and Snoop Dogg. We could go on, but this preview sums it up best (with some added bloopers, of course!) read more

DVDs Coming for American Idol's Season 6 Climax

Jordin Sparks and Blake Lewis by Frank Micelotta/FOX

Tonight the remaining eleven 7th-season Idol hopefuls return to the stage, trying to impress Simon, Paula, Randy and all of you, and make their way to the final showdown!Last season, though, the contest came down to Jordin Sparks and Blake Lewis, in a dazzling episode featuring a performance by former Idol contestant Chris Daughtry. Now we've gotten word that you'll be able to enjoy that sixth season final round on DVD, and very soon!We've exclusively learned that American Idol - Season 6 Finale Performance Show: The Top 2 is on the way for release on May 13th, just a week ahead of the broadcast on Fox of the current season's Finale. The set will come with two DVDs: on the first will be the 90-minute finale performance show with Blake and Jordin battling (and belting) it out. It includes Daughtry's special performance of "Home", as well as the first official performance of the American Idol Season 6 winner.The second disc on this release comes with Bloopers and three Behind-the-Scen... read more

Miley Cyrus, Brad Pitt Help Idol Give Back

Fox has announced that "Idol Gives Back," the fund-raiser that in its inaugural edition generated $76 million for charity, this season will be broadcast Wednesday, April 9, from 8 to 10 pm/ET.Promising an event "bigger and more ambitious than ever," Fox thus far has lined up Bono, Brad Pitt, Reese Witherspoon, Miley Cyrus, Mariah Carey, Eli Manning, Peyton Manning, Fergie, Chris Daughtry, Carrie Underwood, Annie Lennox, John Legend and Snoop Dogg to participate. Kelly Clarkson must be busy. — Matt Mitovich read more

Blink and You'll Miss Daughtry at Grammys; Plus: The Latest on Jacko

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Chris Daughtry is telling his fans to look for him during the red-carpet-arrivals portion of the Grammys on Sunday because he's pretty sure he's not going to make the cut for the telecast. "We don't even know if they are going to air our nominations yet," Daughtry told the Associated Press. He has reason to be concerned: There are 110 Grammy categories, but fewer than 10 percent of them are actually handed out during the telecast. Also, since this year is a special 50th-anniversary celebration of the Grammys, there will be even fewer awards than usual. The American Idol vet and his bandmates nabbed an impressive five nominations: Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals; Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals; Best Rock Song; Best Rock Album; and Producer of the Year (Non-Classical). Well, if he can't be on the tee-vee on Sunday night, here's hoping that the chrome-domed rocker will at least get to meet Justin Timberlake. In addition to Daughtry, the Grammys w... read more

Chris Daughtry Opens Up About Idol, Bon Jovi and His Grammy Noms

Chris Daughtry

American Idol's only rock star, Chris Daughtry, spills about his Grammy (Sunday, Feb. 10, 8 pm/ET, CBS) nominations, Bon Jovi, and how he'd change the show that launched his career. TV Guide: You're up for four Grammy awards, including Best Rock Song and Best Rock Album. Which one would mean the most to you? Chris Daughtry: Rock Album. Because that's what we are, and I want people to realize that. Whether it be rock with pop sensibility, we are a rock band.TV Guide: You covered Bon Jovi's "Wanted Dead or Alive" on Idol — and now you're competing against them for a Grammy. How does that feel?Daughtry: [Laughs] It's an honor to be in a class of people that you couldn't get away from on the radio growing up. Those guys are still in the game and it's an encouragem read more

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