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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 ...
"Baby, lock them doors and turn the lights down low." Surprisingly, those lyrics were not coming from the lips of American Idol winner Scotty McCreery, but from White Collar star Matt Bomer. At a White Collar screening and Q&A held Monday at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, he and fellow cast members Tim DeKay and Willie Garson sang, revealed what they're hiding underneath those sharp suits (Spanx for Garson, he joked) and gave plenty of juicy intel for what's coming up on the crime series' third season.
5 reasons we're already hooked on the new season of White Collar
Is a musical episode on the way? The White Collar cast is known to break out into "song bombs" on the set (favorite tunes include "Purple Rain," "Total Eclipse of the Heart" and the Folgers coffee jingle), so does that mean a musical episode...
American Idol winner Scotty McCreery isn't known for just his singing: the 17-year-old says he has a specific method for how to hold the microphone.
"You relax the wrists [with] one finger holding it," he tells TVGuide.com. "Add an eyebrow [and you're] Scottified."
Scotty McCreary and Lauren Alaina
Lauren Alaina, runner-up to Scotty McCreery on American Idol, says she's better than him at one thing. "I'm really athletic. I can throw a football farther than Scotty can," she tells TVGuide.com.
American Idol's Haley Reinhart: "I was at peace" with elimination
Just because Lee DeWyze wasn't asked to perform on Wednesday night's American Idol finale, he didn't want to present Scotty McCreery the trophy as some sort of consolation prize.
"I didn't want them to throw me a bone because I didn't perform," DeWyze tells The Hollywood Reporter.
Nigel Lythgoe, Lee DeWyze
Nigel Lythgoe has shot back at Lee DeWyze's claim that he was given a last-minute request to appear onstage at Wednesday's American Idol finale.
"True, he wasn't asked to sing, but Lee knows he was asked to present the trophy ...
Brian Van Holt, Courteney Cox, Dan Byrd
How happy are we that, despite the latest round of apocalyptic predictions, the world didn't end last weekend. Although for Oprah Winfrey fans, the week that followed probably felt like the End of Days. It was also the End of Season — which comes as a bit of a relief, although TV didn't take even a day's rest before launching the summer season with the premiere of a personal fave, Fox's So You Think You Can Dance.
Nigel Lythgoe and Lee DeWyze
Despite drawing big names like Beyoncé, Lady Gaga and Judas Priest for Wednesday's American Idol finale, series executive producer Nigel Lythgoe revealed that there was one element of the show that didn't come together.
"I was so upset Lee DeWyze wouldn't present the winners trophy to Scotty [McCreery]," Lythgoe tweeted Thursday about the Season 9 winner. "Especially as he'd been on the show this Season. I guess he was...
After the record-breaking 122 million votes were tallied, Scotty McCreery was crowned the new American Idol champ. "I couldn't believe it," says the down-to-earth 17-year-old. "It was an incredible experience and a moment I will never ...
Scotty McCreery and Lauren Alaina
Viewers loved American Idol's Season 10 finale this big: The two-hour season-ender, which crowned Scotty McCreery as the new champion, averaged 29.3 million viewers in crowning, nearly 20 percent more than last year's finale, according to preliminary Nielsen figures.