Simon, Randy and Paula will be so proud.
Three American Idol alums — Kelly Clarkson, Carrie Underwood and...
Put up your devil horns — American Idol's Top 4 are about to rock.
Legendary Guns N' Roses lead guitarist Slash will guide the crooners through all things rock 'n' roll as the week's celebrity mentor. Slash, who's sold 100 million albums and earned seven Grammy nods for his various projects, is currently working on a solo album and with his current band, Velvet Revolver.
Once the Top 4 have put their spin on some rock classics, No Doubt and Daughtry will grace the stage to keep the fist-pumping energy going on results night. No Doubt is
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 ...
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 doesnt 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...
So, you get a taste of what its like to live in the limelight, and the next thing you know, you forget all about the little people who made you what you are today. In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, chart-topping artist and former Idol alum, Chris Daughtry was quoted saying the show is now in decline. After his bold statement was released, he came running back with his tail between his legs and claimed it was taken out of context. Watch it now! | More online videosYour take: Do you think all this smack talk of his career launching pad is just the result of fame is going to his head? Or perhaps you think hes just making a valid point?