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The Emmy-nominated live weekly web series will air daily on YouTube, starting Monday at noon PT/3 ET. "When we aired once a week, we had to choose the biggest stuff that was out there and sacrifice the smaller things that we still loved," CEO Damon Berger told TVGuide.com. "So now, every day you're going to get literally the best of what YouTube has to offer from video in a kind of condensed way."
Carly Rae Jepsen
Apparently, 90210 has her number.
Carly Rae Jepsen, the Canadian pop songstress behind the ubiquitous Top 40 hit "Call Me Maybe," has gotten the call to appear on the CW drama's Season 5 premiere.
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Jepsen, 26, will perform a song from her upcoming new album in the episode, in which she plays the music headliner for Adrianna's Las Vegas premiere. The gig will mark...
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After a grueling, nausea-inducing Hollywood week and uneven semifinals, American Idol has chosen its Top 13, who begin the live final performances Wednesday (8/7c, Fox). TVGuide.com spent some time with the lucky 13, and learned more about the people behind those voices.
Heidi Lowe and James Durbin
American Idol Season 10 finalist James Durbin wed longtime girlfriend Heidi Lowe on New Year's Eve, People reports.
The couple exchanged vows in front of 85 guests — including...
Get ready for more growling!
Haley Reinhart, who finished third on American Idol last season, has signed a deal with Interscope Records and is working on her debut album, Entertainment Weekly reports.
Haley Reinhart: I was at peace with elimination
Reinhart, 20, joins ...
Haley Reinhart, American Idol
American Idol's Haley Reinhart may have looked upset about her third-place finish, but the 20-year-old singer says she was OK with her dismissal.
"I've never really been upset," she tells TVGuide.com. "There's always going to be a state of shock when you get to that point [but] all in all, I was at peace with it."
American Idol finalist Lauren Alaina said she had faith she would make it to the stage despite her vocal problems hours before Tuesday's final performance show.
"I knew somehow God would get me through it," the 16-year-old told reporters backstage via a notepad following the show.
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Alaina blew out a vocal chord and received medical attention Tuesday. She was almost replaced by...
The stunned look on her face said it all: Like so many others, Haley Reinhart had begun to believe that The Big Mo (momentum) was finally going her way and that she was headed for the American Idol finale.
Every season, right after the results show that determines American Idol's finalists, the last two contestants standing toss a coin with their faces pasted on each side. The winner gets to choose whether he or she wants to sing first or second for their last night of competition. According to Idol associate musical director Michael Orland, the order is not only strategically important, it can be decisive to winning the whole enchilada.
As much as we hate to quote Randy Jackson (because most of his stuff is repetitive b.s.), America really does have its work cut out after last night's Idol.
In the Musical Mediocrity Olympics this season has deteriorated into, the choice between Scotty, Lauren and Haley got even trickier, since they were all un-awful...