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Nicole Scherzinger has reportedly demanded that all Pussycat Dolls tracks be banned at a club during a night out. The singer - who is currenltly embarking on a solo career away from the group - asked a DJ at the Sl nightclub in New York to play her solo material instead of her band's songs, according to the New York Post. The newspaper reports that the DJ offered to play a Pussycat Dolls song, but a source said: "Nicole's friends immediately (more) »
- By Tom Eames
DJ Chachi offered to play a Dolls song, but,. »
Cindy Barshop will join The Real Housewives of New York City next season, Bravo announced this week."She has an organic connection to the cast," Christian Barcellos, vice president of programming at Bravo, told the NY Post. "She's friends with Ramona [Singer] and has connections to Kelly [Bensimon]. They all run in the same circles."TV Squad has more details and a photo of the newest cast member of Real Housewives of New York City. More reality TV notes...Nicole Scherzinger (pictured) looked as if she was auditioning for a place on the Us X Factor panel as she broke down in tears while judging a reality TV show. The Pussycat Doll fought back tears following a performance by Committed on a capella talent show The Sing Off. "Sorry – I was just really moved by that song," she sobbed after the Alabama-based group sang a version of Hold My Hand by Michael Jackson and Akon. »
Britain's Got Talent is to feature guest judges on its next series, according to sources. Producers on the ITV talent show apparently hope to replicate the success of this year's X Factor, in which guest stars such as Katy Perry and Pixie Lott appeared on the judging panel at the auditions stage. The news follows last week's announcement that Michael McIntyre and David Hasselhoff will serve as new permanent judges alongside Amanda Holden on the upcoming series. A source told the Daily Star: "Simon saw how bringing new people on board on The X Factor last summer, like Nicole Scherzinger and Geri Halliwell, really gave the show a lift. (more) »
- By Christian Tobin
It was a big year in reality TV -- a three-person alliance made it all the way to the finals on "Big Brother," an all-girl team finally won "The Amazing Race" and "Undercover Boss" brought the world an accidental fecal release. Let's relive some of the best and worst moments of 2010 in reality TV.
"American Idol": Worst season ever? We didn't think so, but a lot of the fans did. One thing's for sure -- Season 9 certainly highlighted the voting demographics of the show, as the women were put down like dogs in favor of less talented (but cute, squee!) male singers.
"MasterChef" - Super young Whitney dropped her chicken in the 11th hour of the final and had only a handful of minutes to recoup and fry another piece of meat. Was it raw? Did she risk salmonella poisoning the judges?
"Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains": The granddaddy »
Among the names being bandied about for judging seats include Mick Jagger, former Oasis guitarist and songwriter Noel Gallagher and British singer and sometime Girls Aloud band member Cheryl Cole, UK newspaper The Sun reported last week.
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Nicole Scherzinger doesn't hit a red carpet without a full face of makeup on -- but when she goes to the airport, it's an entirely different story. The Pussycat Doll was spotted at Lax this morning without any beauty products on her famous mug -- completely different than the last time we saw her at the Jingle Bell Ball in London earlier this month. Check out all the pics -- even with the fresh face, this Doll still looks great. Read more »
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It's one thing to win the season 2 title on NBC's The Sing-Off - but it's another to do it while performing live with your childhood idols. That's what happened to the Alabama church group Committed, who sang with judge Shawn Stockman and his band Boyz II Men during the finale Monday night - then went on to win America's vote over Nashville singers Street Corner Symphony. "I felt like I was in a dream," says Geston Pierre, who celebrated along with group members Robbie Pressley, Tommy Gervais, Dennis Baptiste, Maurice Staple and Therry Thomas. "It was surreal. No words can »
- Cynthia Wang
Over the course of the last few weeks, "The Sing-Off" not only developed into a sleeper hit for NBC but also created quite a bit of drama in between all the rousing a cappella music. Fueled by the insights of judges Ben Folds, Nicole Scherzinger and Shawn Stockman, the show has kept a delightful balance between jaw-dropping spectacle and practical musical engagement, something you don't normally see on something more sensationalistic like "American Idol" or "America's Got Talent" (new "Idol" judges Steven Tyler and Jennifer Lopez should really take a crash course with Folds on how to be an excellent reality competition judge). On Monday night (December 20), the show crowned its champion during a live finale, and when the judging was over and the dust cleared, the gospel-tinged ensemble Committed edged out the more rock-oriented Street Corner Symphony for the victory.
Four groups walked into the finale with a chance at the number one spot, »
- Kyle Anderson
They started off as favorites, and they backed it up throughout the competition: Committed is your 2010 "Sing-Off" champion.
The six-man group from Alabama beat out Street Corner Symphony for the title on Monday's (Dec. 20) finale. If there wasn't a ton of suspense in the announcement of the winner, the show made up for it with a pretty entertaining finale that put the emphasis on the performers and not the elimination process.
All four finalists got to sing with the judges and other artists during the two-hour finale. Committed performed "Motownphilly" with Shawn Stockman and the rest of Boyz II Men; the Backbeats sang "King of Anything" with Sara Bareilles; Nicole Scherzinger joined Jerry Lawson and Talk of the Town for "Ain't No Mountain High Enough"; and Ben Folds did his song "Gone" with Street Corner Symphony.
The two finalists also backed up Neil Diamond on a performance of "Ain't No Sunshine, »
Nicole Scherzinger has confirmed the title of her new single. 'Don't Hold Your Breath' has been announced as the singer's second cut from her upcoming studio album, which is slated for release next year. Scherzinger spoke to DJ Dave Aude, who is remixing the new track, on his radio show. The DJ said: "I think it may even be better than 'Poison'. It's really good. I can't wait to play it on the (more) »
- By Robert Copsey
Bundle up? Not these babes! While the rest of the country braces against snow and ice, Nicole Scherzinger and Halle Berry are heating things up wherever they go—from London's Jingle Ball to Malibu's beachy shores. Of course, it doesn't hurt when Giuliana Rancic says you have the best rack in Hollywood. (We're talking to you, Halle!) But not all cleavage gets a round of applause from our Fashion Police panel. Scherzinger just can't escape her Pussycat Dolls past in this corset-inspired excuse for a top. Maybe if she toned down the...uh, everything, the singer would have escaped Joan Rivers' slut radar. Doncha wish you were just like Halle?! »
The star, who was a judge on the UK version of the show for four series, said that Scherzinger, who was a guest panelist on the British programme this year, would be a much better choice.
“Nicole would be amazing, she’s great TV, has a huge following over in the States and people absolutely. »
Sharon Osbourne doesn't think Cheryl Cole should be a judge on the U.S. version of "The X Factor". The outspoken star, who was a judge on the U.K. version of the show for four series until 2007, thinks Nicole Scherzinger, who was a guest panelist on the British programme this year, would be a much better choice.
"Nicole would be amazing, she's great TV, has a huge following over in the States and people absolutely love her. Plus she's beautiful and talented," she said. "Cheryl's perfect for England - she's the nation's sweetheart and they absolutely love her. But in America it's Nicole's town. You have to think of the audience and most of them have never heard of Girls Aloud."
Despite her comments, Sharon still believes Cheryl has what it takes to be a star in the U.S., particularly as she is planning to relocate to Los Angeles. »
Sharon Osbourne has claimed that Cheryl Cole may struggle to win over America as an X Factor judge. Osbourne, who judged the UK version of the show for four years, told Now magazine that the role would be better suited to Nicole Scherzinger. Reports have suggested that Cole has been offered a deal to join Simon Cowell on the Us version's judging panel when the contest launches next year. "Cheryl's perfect for England," Osbourne said. "She's the nation's sweetheart and they absolutely love her. But over here [in the Us] it's Nicole's town. You have to think of the audience and most of them would never have heard of Girls Aloud." She continued: (more) »
- By Ryan Love
It took a while, but Night 4 of "The Sing-Off" actually had two very riveting rounds of competition. The fab five final groups were left to battle it out. But in the end, the judges pulled a fast one and asked America to do their dirty work.
Before we get to that lame move, let's talk about the Round 1 medleys. Everyone brought their A-game and we could see it would be a tough decision for the judges already. What two moments really shined for us? We said "dayum" when Committed finished its genius medley of Usher songs. Also, Jerry Lawson & Talk of The Town did their usual amazing take on a host of Otis Redding classics.
Now, here's where our opinion differs from the judges. On The Rocks performed a pretty amazing set of Elton John songs. Their harmonies never sounded better and we think they learned something from reeling themselves in during the last episode. »
Tonight will determine the final three groups who will move on to the finals. Tonight is also the superstar medleys and judges' choice, which was my least favorite episode last year. Tonights episode kicks off with a big, heavily sung group number. The lead singer from The Backbeats looks like a Fembot or some sort of sixties space fantasy. More on Backbeats fashion later, I'm sure! Jerry Lawson did "the scream" and everyone was pleased.
Before any of the performances, if I had to choose, I'd send On The Rocks and The Backbeats home tonight, but we'll see how this plays out. Maybe everyone in Committed has the flu and can't hear each other. In other news, Nicole Scherzinger is feeling warm and crazy tonight, bowing meditatively as Nick Lachey introduced her. »
Nicole Scherzinger has revealed that she would like to collaborate with the Black Eyed Peas. The singer, who is embarking on a solo career after officially quitting the Pussycat Dolls, is keen to work with the 'Meet Me Halfway' stars because they taught her how to perform on stage. "They're the best at what they do. They're the best live," Omg Music quotes her as saying. "I've toured with the Peas like since 10 years ago, (more) »
- By Robert Copsey
Well, well, well "The Sing-Off," you are full of surprises once again. In the last episode, Groove for Thought pulled itself out of elimination by pushing its voices beyond expectations and now On the Rocks basically pulled off the same thing.
Before we get to that, let's talk about the snore of a Round 1. The groups had to perform a rock hit and we were hard-pressed to find any of them really rockin' out. We know, Nicole Scherzinger, rock doesn't have to always be amped up - except it does (even the slow jams)! Each group faltered in this round except for the rock solid godfathers of a capella, Jerry Lawson & Talk of The Town and natural southern rockers Street Corner Symphony.
So, basically the competition once again really comes down to Round 2 and this was more up a capella's alley in our mind: Guilty pleasures. Our favorite song came »
Nicole Scherzinger says it was "inevitable" that she and her The Pussycat Dolls bandmates would fight. The remaining original members of the group, Nicole, Ashley Roberts, Kimberly Wyatt, Jessica Sutta and Melody Thornton, have now gone their separate ways amid rumors of tension between the women, but the "Poison" hitmaker insists they always handled their rows well.
"It's inevitable that any girl group who are breathing the same airspace 24/7 are going to bicker," she said. "But I think we handled it well and were respectful towards each other."
Nicole, the last member to depart the group, admits she has no idea why so many of the girls left the band but says she respects their choices and is glad they took the opportunity to "find" themselves. She said, "Girl power is about finding yourself as a woman. Obviously a lot of them then wanted to branch off and do their own thing and that's wonderful. »
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