Brad Paisley, Kesha, Ludacris and Josh Groban have joined ABC's new singing competition Rising Star, the network announced Friday.
Paisley, Kesha and Ludacris will...
American Idol is getting cutthroat. On Thursday, the Fox reality competition show sent home another singer after a night of breakup and make-up love songs. Who gave love a bad name? Who will head to the coveted hometown visits? Skip to the bottom for results:
On American Idol Wednesday, the Final 5 took to the stage twice to tackle songs chosen by fans and curated by producers, so you know they had to be good! Did America get it right or lead our competitors astray? Let's break down the performances:
On American Idol Thursday night, Grumpy Cat once again stole Ryan Seacrest's thunder at the top of the show.
American Idol is zero degrees from Kevin Bacon after The Following star commandeered Ryan Seacrest's intro Thursday night for its result show. Awesome. But more importantly, one singer saw his or her dreams dashed.
Lindsay Lohan's reality show promised an inside look at the troubled star working through her baggage and getting her life organized — we just didn't think it would be so literal.
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LiLo spent the majority of Lindsay literally sorting through mountains of crap as she moved from Los Angeles to a NYC hotel to her apartment. Yet we watched and loved every banal second of it.
With the finale just around the corner, now is the perfect time to reflect on what is surely one of the most fascinating, frustrating — and yes — boring reality shows of all time. Check out everything Lindsay did on her "comeback" series below:
Knife Fight is back and more bacon-y than ever. Esquire Network kicks off the second season of its culinary smackdown series Tuesday at 9/8c. First up is ...
Many of the contestants on Dancing with the Stars were apprehensive about switching partners for last week's switch-up, but that wasn't the case for Drew Carey. In fact, the Price Is Right host says he'd like to swap again. (No disrespect to Carey's pro partner Cheryl Burke, of course.)
The judges may have used their save on Sam last week, but this week, one person actually did go home. Was Sam able to redeem himself with his take on "Time After Time"? Or were his efforts to connect with his fans all for naught?
Lifetime has ordered 10 episodes of Relative Insanity, a new reality competition series, The Hollywood Reporter reports.
From the producers of CBS' Big Brother...
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