Mariah Carey. Nicki Minaj. Keith Urban. Shakira. Usher. In recent years, the revolving door at the judges' table on reality singing competitions like American Idol and The Voice has seen a lot of action. And The X Factor has been no exception, cleaning house following the first season by handing pink slips to judges Paula Abdul and Nicole Scherzinger (who, in turn, replaced Cheryl Cole, who was ousted during the auditions) and hiring on Demi Lovato and Britney Spears in Season 2.
Now Simon Cowell and producers must return to the drawing board to find a replacement for L.A. Reid, who announced last week he will not return for the show's third season. So who should replace him? We asked The X Factor's Reid, Cowell and co-host Mario Lopez that very question backstage after Thursday's finale...
Let us sing the praises of Community while we can — an apt sentiment as the NBC cult comedy, and recent TV Guide Magazine "Fan Favorite," airs its last original episode (8/7c) before taking an unwelcome and ...
Madonna will perform on America's most-watched TV event.
The superstar songstress will be the halftime act during Super Bowl XLVI. Without any great fanfare, Bob Costas made the announcement — which had been rumored since October — after his weekly essay on NBC's Sunday Night Football.
Madonna will perform during the Super Bowl XLVI halftime show in Indianapolis on Feb. 5, sports site SB Nation reports.
No artists have been formally announced for the championship game, however, and a spokesperson for the NFL declined to...
Ryan Seacrest will host a two-day music festival in Las Vegas, featuring Lady Gaga, Coldplay, Bruno Mars and The Black Eyed Peas among others.
The iHeartRadio Music Festival, put on by Clear Channel Radio, will take place at the MGM Grand. Scheduled for Sept. 23-24, it will also be streamed online via www.iheartradio.com and on all Clear Channel radio stations.
"This is a once in a generation gathering of artists and fans from all over the country for a true, must-see music event," Seacrest said in announcing the event Monday.