Mariah Carey, Keith Urban, Nicki Minaj
In case you didn't already know it, Mariah Carey really, really did not enjoy being a judge on American Idol.
Leah Remini, Tony Dovolani
Leah Remini has certainly gotten her share of attention this year.
Following her very public split with the Church of Scientology, the actress now finds herself in a different kind of spotlight, on the ballroom floor each week on Dancing with the Stars. Remini and partner Tony Dovolani are one of the eight remaining couples on Season 17 of Dancing. The former King of Queens star chatted with TVGuide.com recently about her big turnaround last week, keeping her emotions in check during rehearsals, and which fellow cast member she describes as her "support system at work."
A Step Away
The life of a Jennifer Lopez back-up dancer may have its perks, but you also have to be very, very careful.
Keith Urban, Jennifer Lopez and Harry Connick Jr.
Can American Idol be saved? After losing a quarter of its audience last season, the Fox competition series is hitting the reset button for its 13th cycle, premiering in January. First up: a judging panel featuring Jennifer Lopez, Keith Urban and Harry Connick Jr. "Last season, we knew what could happen when the chemistry was bad," says new executive producer Per Blankens, who previously helmed the Swedish version of Idol. "So we decided to get three people who really could enjoy each other's company." The panel is getting along so well that they're even taking their lunch breaks together, something producers admit never happened last year. "Nobody's above the other," adds exec producer Trish Kinane. "There's none of that rivalry going on."
Taylor Swift, Jennifer Lopez
Just weeks after performing together for the first time at Taylor Swift's final concert stop, the two will reunite to work on a new song for Jennifer Lopez's new album, Us Weekly reports.
Lopez, 44, and Swift, 23, first teamed up on..
Keith Urban, Jennifer Lopez and Harry Connick, Jr.
The more things change, the more they stay the same.
At long last, Fox has confirmed the judges panel for American Idol's upcoming 13th season — which, as previously reported, will consist of Keith Urban, Jennifer Lopez and newcomer Harry Connick Jr.
Harry Connick, Jr.
Harry Connick Jr. is returning to American Idol full-time. The former mentor is in the process joining Idol's upcoming 13th season as the third judge, according to the The Hollywood Reporter.
Dr. Luke was originally slated to help replace departing judges Mariah Carey, Randy Jackson and Nicki Minaj, but he dropped out of negotiations last week due to a conflict with his label at Sony Music. Justin Bieber's manager Scooter Braun was also rumored to be the next possible frontrunner, but he reportedly passed.
Harry Connick Jr.
Has American Idol found its third judge?
Harry Connick Jr. is reportedly in talks to join the Fox reality show, according to E! Online. Connick...
It looks like American Idol may have to go back to the drawing board to find its three judges for Season 13.
Despite previous reports, producer and songwriter Dr. Luke will not be joining the singing competition because of a deal he has with ...
Dr. Luke has officially signed on to be the third judge on American Idol, E! Online reports. He'll join returning judge Keith Urban and Jennifer Lopez on the panel.