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10 items from 2013

Theo Wenner: 5 Things About Miley Cyrus’ New Rumored Fling

7 October 2013 4:44 PM, PDT | HollywoodLife | See recent HollywoodLife news »

Miley isn’t wasting any time rebounding from her split with ex-fiance Liam Hemsworth! She is so into ’Rolling Stone’ photographer Theo that she reportedly left her ‘SNL’ after party early on Oct. 5 to meet up with him. We’re sure you have tons of questions about the new man in Miley’s life, so HollywoodLife.com has done some major digging to bring you the scoop on Theo!

That didn’t take long. After Liam Hemsworth, 23, was spotted making out with his new flame Eiza González, 23, just one day after his split from Miley Cyrus was announced, Miley, 20, has found a new fling of her own! She and Theo Wenner, 26, reportedly met and hit it off when he shot pictures of her for Rolling Stone. Read on for more details about Theo!

Who Is Theo Wenner? — 5 Things To Know About Miley Cyrus’ New Boyfriend

1. Theo is a former model, »

- HL Intern

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Adam and Usher Fight to Steal a Sweet Singer on The Voice

16 April 2013 7:40 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

The ladies stole the show for the second night in a row on The Voice Tuesday. And an epic steal showdown between coaches Adam Levine and Usher ensured that two of the youngest singers in the competition - unassuming singer-songwriter Caroline Glaser, 18, and wholesome high school country powerhouse Danielle Bradbery, 16 - would not go home. Coach Blake Shelton paired the two shy young singers together to perform "Put Your Records On" by Corinne Bailey Rae. Shakira praised their performances "as refreshing as tangerine ice cream," while Levine called himself an "imbecile" for not turning his chair for Glaser during the blind auditions. »

- Kathy Ehrich Dowd

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'The Voice' live blog: Night two of the battle rounds

16 April 2013 7:06 PM, PDT | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

It's night two of battle rounds in Season 4 of "The Voice" and things are only going to get more intense. Coaches Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Shakira and Usher continue to pit two members of their teams against one another, eliminating one in favor of the other, but as the number of saves left available dwindle, we're looking at a lot more sad goodbyes.

After night one, Shakira is completely out of saves and Blake has only one left. It's time to get picky.

First battle of the night:

Team Adam: Michael Austin vs. Warren Stone

For his first battle of the night, Adam pairs up his two country singers, proving he's only got room for one on his team. The Battle of the Civil Servants, as Warren calls it. He's a fireman, Michael's a deputy sheriff.

Adam tasks them to tackle Jason Aldean's "My Kinda Party." Right off the bat, »

- editorial@zap2it.com

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The Voice Recap: Angered Management [Updated]

16 April 2013 6:18 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Don’t make Usher angry. You wouldn’t like him when he’s angry.

Indeed, during Night 2 of The Voice‘s Season 4 Battle Rounds, the “U Got It Bad” singer took a stern approach to his coaching role, getting offended when an underperforming contestant dared to laugh mid-rehearsal. “What’s funny?” “Why you smilin’?” “This is funny to you?” Usher asked with increasing levels of irritation.

Another reason not to make Usher angry? Dude is responsible for discovering Justin Bieber, so if you’re an aspiring music star/selfie-Tweeter, it’s probably best to stay on his good side anyhow. »

- Michael Slezak

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"American Idol" Sudden Death Recap: Turban Cowboy

1 March 2013 6:45 AM, PST | The Backlot | See recent The Backlot news »

I hate apologizing on behalf of American Idol. We should be enjoying this! This is our joy! My joy! My Seacrest-sponsored rapture. My karaoke vomitorium pandemonium extravaganza. But sigh. Every once in awhile Idol is a silly suckfest for losers, and tonight was one of those nights. Ten dudes entered, and I'm telling you that at least eight of them were lame enough to dismiss completely. Randy Jackson shrugs wildly and pouts, "What is going on here?!" Besides you and your patronizing chuckles, Randy, not much.

Before we begin, it's time to note that Nicki Minaj's "infuriated" reactions whenever Mariah Carey speaks are annoying. What is she reacting to? Anything? It makes me mad. And then, of course Mariah makes me mad with her simplistic, pandering critiques and nervous, non-committal energy. Ugh! Hop on your jetski and hit me with some of that "Honey" video swag, M.C.!

Now, »

- virtel

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'I Give It A Year' Soundtrack Features Jessie Ware, DJ Shadow, Dizzee Rascal & More

21 January 2013 3:15 PM, PST | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

Even though it's still without a domestic release date, we're looking forward to the upcoming rom-com "I Give It A Year," that looks like a fresh and funny take on a familiar concept. To refresh your memory, the film, which stars Rose ByrneRafe SpallSimon BakerStephen MerchantMinnie Driver, and Anna Faris, tells the story of a newlywed couple who, soon after getting hitched, have their bond tested. And us the movie gears up to open overseas, we get another look at the soundtrack details that have dropped. A pretty decent line up of artists, "I Give It A Year" kicks things off with rising U.K. artist Jessie Ware who delivers a cover of Stephanie Mills' "Never Knew Love Like This Before" (at least we think so). Also featured are hot dancefloor acts Tinie Tempah and Dizzee Rascal, electronic vets Zero 7 and DJ Shadow, and folks like Snow Patrol, »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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'American Idol' Premiere Recap: Crushing Dreams Isn't Easy for Nicki Minaj

17 January 2013 6:35 AM, PST | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

The 12th season of American Idol opened not with Nicki Minaj, Mariah Carey or Keith Urban, but with Phillip Phillips singing his triple-platinum hit, "Home." It was a not-so subtle reminder that Idol produces not only results but big, bankable stars, including Carrie Underwood, Kelly Clarkson, Jennifer Hudson and, of course, Phillip Phillips, the pawn-shop worker who was swept to the heights of international superstardom by the hands of Idol voters. But only time and a seemingly endless stream of cover songs will tell if this season will produce a star of Phillip, »

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"American Idol" Premiere Recap: One Sweet Dame

17 January 2013 5:52 AM, PST | The Backlot | See recent The Backlot news »

The ingenious thing about American Idol is obvious: Every season is a fresh start. If you love a season, you're glued to your seat. If you hate a season, you're even more excited for the next. It doesn't matter whether Simon Cowell, Mariah Carey, Steven Tyler, or Kara DioGuardi's mute aunt from Sioux City is on the judging panel; the stars of this juggernaut are the contestants, and the judges are merely carnival barkers and curators who instruct us where to fix our gaze and hurl our texts.

Season 12 marks one of the show's freshest starts: New judges Mariah Carey, Nicki Minaj, and Keith Urban value different and more distinct skills than their forebears Steven Tyler and Jennifer Lopez, and I'm torqued about it. Tyler and J-Lo were content to sit in awe of maudlin acts and proclaim most renditions "beautiful." On Wednesday's premiere, Nicki Minaj winced from beneath »

- virtel

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‘American Idol’ Recap: Nicki Minaj & Mariah Carey Fight At Auditions

17 January 2013 5:00 AM, PST | HollywoodLife | See recent HollywoodLife news »

American Idol’ is back and in full swing. Get ready for a season of new judges, hidden talent — and a lot of tone deaf contestants. Sounds like fun, right, HollywoodLifers?

The twelfth season of American Idol kicked off Jan. 16, and with it came new judges Nicki Minaj, Keith Urban, Mariah Carey, and the beginning of weeks worth of drama. I wonder if Ryan Seacrest and Randy Jackson know what they’re in for?

The two-night premiere started with my personal favorite part of the whole show: the auditions. Let’s take a look at the judges, America’s next stars and some people we’d rather forget.

Who Was Terrible

The auditions are all about separating the good from the bad — and there were plenty of ‘em in New York City.

Fifteen-year-old James Bae admitted he sings in his room in preparation for his sure-to-be filled concert halls. This Bielieber »

- Caitlin Miller

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American Idol's New Judges Make Their Debut

16 January 2013 8:00 PM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

American Idol is back! Season 12 premiered Wednesday night with the first auditions in New York City. And fans hoping to get a taste of drama from new judges Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj were not disappointed. "Right away we knew it was going to be an interesting couple of days," host Ryan Seacrest said at the start of the two-hour episode. And he was right. (Spoilers ahead!) While fellow newbie Keith Urban and veteran judge Randy Jackson were all about the business of finding talented singers, there was immediate tension between Carey and Minaj, who wore a drum major's hat »

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