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Add it to his resume! It looks like Ryan Seacrest will be standing at the altar next to his younger sister, Meredith, at her upcoming wedding. The American Idol host shared on Thursday, Oct. 8, that he was asked to be her "man of honor" on the special day. "I have a role in my sisters wedding," Seacrest, 40, captioned an Instagram photo of Meredith's sweet, poetic request. "just shed tear. Love u mere." The bride-to-be gave her older brother a poem about the important role. "I'm on [...] »
Singing lullabies shouldn't be a problem! On Wednesday, Oct. 7, American Idol alum Kimberly Caldwell welcomed her first child, a baby girl, with her husband, Jordan Harvey. The new parents exclusively tell Us Weekly that little Harlow Monroe Harvey came into the world at 9:37 a.m. "weighing in at a dainty but mighty 5.2 pounds and 18.5 inches long." The couple called the delivery "the most intense and rewarding day of our lives." My little angel Harlow Monroe Harvey. @_kimcaldwell 5lb2oz 18.5inch 10/7/15 A photo posted by Jordan Harvey (@jordancharvey) [...] »
Always counting her blessings. Jennifer Hudson has lived through extreme tragedy in the public eye, but the American Idol alum revealed in the November issue of Glamour magazine that her resilience has a potent source: her son. In 2008, the 34-year-old singer lost her mother, her brother, and her nephew after her sister’s estranged husband shot them in a brutal murder — a topic she rarely talks about now, except in a healing light. “I went from being an aunt, having a mom, and being a child to [...] »
A new dance competition series is in the planning stages for Fox. With Dancing with the Stars still highly popular, there is always a push for another hot dance series on television. However, the networks have not struck gold with another dance competition series since the premiere of So You Think You Can Dance.
Remember Paula Abdul's dance series on CBS? Yeah, probably not.
According to The Wrap, Fox has joined with the producers of The Voice and American Idol on a new dance competition series though. This weekly series will focus on actual couples that will train and compete against each other.
No name has been given to the series yet. Would you watch actual couples trying to figure out ballroom dancing each week? Tell us what you think. »
According to EW.com, Fonseca will guest-star as Frankie, a party girl Gerald meets at a nightclub with John Stamos’ Jimmy. But when the one-night stand begins to bloom into something more, Jimmy worries his son is falling for a bad girl.
Grandfathered airs Tuesdays at 8/7c on Fox; Fonseca’s first episode is slated for November. »
Christina Aguilera, one of “The Voice’s” original coaches, is returning to the singing competition for its 10th season. In 2012, the singer left after three seasons as judge, but returned for the fifth and eighth seasons. For season 10, Aguilera will join Adam Levine, Blake Shelton and Pharrell Williams, who has been a coach on “The Voice” since its seventh season. Cee Lo Green was also one of the show’s original coaches. Also Read: 'The Voice,' 'American Idol' Producers Developing New Dance Competition Series for Fox “The coaches on ‘The Voice’ continue to bring incredible energy, »
- Beatrice Verhoeven
[[tmz:video id="0_cbarh6py"]] Former "American Idol" contestant Corey Clark's arrest was the result of a conspiracy -- set in place by his estranged wife and her detective stepfather ... at least that's what Clark is claiming now. Clark got busted September 23 in Yuma, Az, and was eventually charged with misdemeanor domestic violence. But Tuesday in L.A. he told us the whole thing was a revenge plot. Clark says he'd filed a report against Monica Clark just prior to his arrest, »
- TMZ Staff
When Sean Connery stepped down from the role of 007 after 1971’s “Diamonds Are Forever,” he said he would “never again” play James Bond. Well, he hasn’t played the spy in a canon Bond film since “Diamonds,” but he did return to the role for 1983’s “Never Say Never Again,” which was released in theaters 32 years ago today. The film is not considered part of the canon of the Bond franchise since it wasn’t made by Eon Productions. It was released a mere four months after the canon film “Octopussy," starring Roger Moore — a situation that the media dubbed the “Battle of the Bonds.” Other notable October 7 happenings in pop culture history: • 1950: “The Frank Sinatra Show” premiered on CBS. The musical variety show lasted two seasons. • 1955: Allen Ginsberg read his poem “Howl” for the first time, at the Six Gallery in San Francisco. • 1960: Stanley Kubrick’s “Spartacus” opened in theaters. »
- Emily Rome
“American Idol” producer Nigel Lythgoe explained why it’s time for the reality singing competition series to end after 16 seasons, saying the show forgot about what made it great in its early years. “When we started ‘American Idol,’ no one knew who the hell Simon Cowell was, or Randy Jackson. And the network was telling me that Paula Abdul was past it,” Lythgoe said at TheWrap’s annual media leadership conference TheGrill. “It should always be about the talent.” He argued that the series had forgotten about the talent once original judges Abdul and Cowell left the show. The show later saw. »
- Reid Nakamura
Fox is developing a new couples dancing competition series with the producers of “The Voice” and “American Idol,” the network announced Monday. The currently untitled series will highlight the lives of real-life couples who each week will participate in intensive training, rehearsals and live performances, until one couple is crowned the winner. Stijn Bakkers, executive producer of “The Voice” and Toby Gorman, executive vice president of alternative programming for FremantleMedia North America, will serve as executive producers alongside Jennifer Mullin of FremantleMedia North America. FremantleMedia North America and Five Six Seven, Inc will produce the series. Also Read: Fox News »
- Joe Otterson
Fox has put in development a couples dancing competition show from former The Voice executive producer Stijn Bakkers and American Idol producer FremantleMedia North America. Created/executive produced by Bakkers and Toby Gorman, Evp Alternative at Fmna, the untitled show highlights the lives of real-life couples who, each week, will participate in intensive training, rehearsals and live performances until one couple is crowned the winner. Fmna’s Jennifer Mullin also… »
So you think you and your significant other can dance?
Fox is developing a reality competition series featuring non-celebrity couples performing challenging choreographed routines.
Produced by FremantleMedia North America (American Idol, America’s Got Talent) and Five Six Seven, Inc., the prospective series hails from creators Stijn Bakkers (The Voice) and Fremantle’s Toby Gorman.
According to the network, the currently untitled project will “highlight the lives of real-life couples who, each week, will participate in intensive training, rehearsals and live performances, until one couple is crowned the winner. »
On this day 15 years ago, viewers were first given the gift of an episode of one of TV’s wittiest, most delightful series. “Gilmore Girls” premiered on the WB on October 5, 2000. In the eight years since the series finale of “Gilmore Girls,” fandom hasn’t died down for the dramedy about a fast-talking, constantly pop culture-referencing mother-daughter duo addicted to caffeine, riding the emotional waves of life in their small Connecticut town. This is the show that made us fall in love with Melissa McCarthy long before “Bridesmaids” was even an idea, the show that made us feel less sheepish about bringing a book everywhere cause Rory does it too, the show that had us aspiring to be as brash and sassy as Paris Geller, the show that introduced us to Jared Padalecki’s ever-evolving mop of hair even before those brown locks appeared on “Supernatural,” the show that melted »
- Emily Rome
We'd waited months, debated Twitter fouls and argued over the too-much-too-soon of it all — finally, last week, we got a taste of what a Trevor Noah-led Daily Show would actually be like. The South African comedian had the tall task of replacing Jon Stewart, who over a decade ago turned the politically savvy late-night show into a nightly ritual for many Americans (and more recently, a reliable source for "so-and-so destroys such-and-such" articles on the Internet). The first few nights mostly inspired a lot "he seems unflappable" comments — and »
Simon Cowell really is sorry! The judge who became infamous for his honest critiques and criticism on American Idol has decided to apologize to his X Factor U.K. contestants after a show twist propelled the judge to cuss on television. It all began when fans were given the control to decide which judge would mentor each category. Rita Ora received the girls, Nick Grimshaw had the boys, Cheryl Fernandez-Versini welcomed the groups and Simon Cowell was given the duty to manage the olders. As it turns out, Cowell wasn't so pleased with how the U.K. voted and he made it crystal clear in front of the audience. "For f--ks sake," he blurted out before walking over to the hosts. »
See Also: Watch the trailer for Rock the Kasbah
A has-been rock manager from Van Nuys, California stumbles upon a once-in-a-lifetime voice in a remote Afghan cave in Rock the Kasbah, a dramatic comedy inspired by stranger-than-fiction, real-life events and directed by Oscar winner Barry Levinson. Richie Lanz (Bill Murray), dumped and stranded in war-torn Kabul by his last remaining client (Zooey Deschanel), discovers Salima Khan (Leem Lubany), a Pashtun teenager with a beautiful voice and the courageous dream of becoming the first woman to compete on national television in Afghanistan’s version of “American Idol.” Richie partners with a savvy hooker (Kate Hudson), a pair of hard-partying war profiteers (Danny McBride and Scott Caan) and a hair-trigger mercenary (Bruce Willis) and, »
- Gary Collinson
This is the story of Richie Lanz…The Man and the Music.
A has-been rock manager from Van Nuys, California stumbles upon a once-in-a-lifetime voice in a remote Afghan cave in Rock The Kasbah, a dramatic comedy inspired by stranger-than-fiction, real-life events and directed by Oscar winner Barry Levinson.
First seen in The Rolling Stone article, hear what some of your favorite rock musicians had to say about Richie, his legacy, and his famous antics throughout the years.
Richie Lanz (Bill Murray), dumped and stranded in war-torn Kabul by his last remaining client (Zooey Deschanel), discovers Salima Khan (Leem Lubany), a Pashtun teenager with a beautiful voice and the courageous dream of becoming the first woman to compete on »
- Michelle McCue
Cookie’s big mouth has gotten her into more than a few scrapes on Empire, but now her words are coming back to bite her outside of the Fox smash.
RelatedEmpire Recap: Get Rich or Try Dynasty
Empire co-creator Lee Daniels took to Instagram on Thursday to address a comment Cookie made about Jennifer Lopez during Wednesday’s episode. Daniels wants everyone, but most importantly Lopez, to know that Taraji P. Henson’s character meant no disrespect by her comment about Lopez’s vocal abilities.
The line in question came during Cookie’s conversation with Hakeem about having more than »
Sarah Jessica Parker had all eyes on her at the New York City Ballet Fall Gala on Wednesday. The actress sparkled in a gorgeous silver Zuhair Murad gown that looked straight out of Carrie Bradshaw’s dream closet. Sjp accented her glistening dress with a tight updo and a red sequined purse -- can we just say Wow?! The stunning "Sex and the City" star lit up the red carpet along with Jennifer Hudson, Ivanka Trump, Rose McGowan and more A-list celebrities. The gorgeous "American Idol" alum wore a shimmering yellow gown. Hudson looked just like a modern-day princess with her bright red lips and delicate accessories. Trump showed off her budding baby bump in a classic black dress with blue sequined touches -- the gown definitely looks like it was made for the expecting star! The "Charmed" alum went with a conservative yet sexy look wearing a plunging black and white tuxedo. »
- tooFab Staff
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