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Can Kelly Clarkson's daughter get any cuter? The former American Idol champion relished in a precious moment of her first baby, River Rose Blackstock, mid-faux meditation on Thanksgiving day. The 1-year-old tot looked especially precious, dressed up in a bitty pink floral blouse with her chubby hands and fingers coincidentally posed in the shape of a heart. Aw! "I'm so thankful for my amazing family & friends!! Especially this little nugget :) River can't be bothered right now. She's meditating. #sheistotallythinkingaboutfood Happy Thanksgiving Everybody!! :)" the pregnant momma captioned the shot on her Instagram account. No worries, »
Carrie Underwood just can't get enough of motherhood! The American Idol winner and proud mama stepped onto the 2015 American Music Awards red carpet Sunday night for a special night away from home. But as so many parents know, kids always seem to stay on the mind. While speaking to E! News' Giuliana Rancic on Live From the Red Carpet, Underwood was asked about her nine-month-old son, Isaiah. From the sounds of things, someone is definitely keeping mom and dad busy. "He's pulling up. Within the past week he's really gotten great at it and he's pulling up on everything and walking around the coffee table," the "See You Again" singer shared when asked about her »
American Idol has made a lot of people stars over the years, whether for their impressive skills (Kelly Clarkson, Carrie Underwood) or their lack of it (“She-bangs,” anyone?) But another important part of the reality show has been the judges: Paula Abdul’s over-the-top support, Randy Jackson’s technical advice, and of course Simon Cowell’s cutting sarcasm. And […]
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- Matthew Enright
Remember when Kanye West auditioned for American Idol? You weren't dreaming. It actually happened, and his appearance with pregnant wife Kim Kardashian is going to air in January when the Fox singing competition returns for its 15th and final season. E! News' Will Marfuggi caught up with the judges while filming the last-ever Hollywood Week round (pour one out for the poor souls who were up until 5 a.m. teaching themselves choreography to Adele songs, we salute you), where he got Jennifer Lopez, Keith Urban and Harry Connick Jr. to spill on the unbelievable moment. (No, really, they didn't actually believe it was happening.) Allow host extraordinaire Ryan Seacrest to explain: "We were in San »
American Idol‘s farewell season just got a little more pitchy, dawg.
RelatedAmerican Idol‘s Season 15 Poster Takes Us Back… Way Back
“I’ve spoken to all of them recently, and we as a team have talked to them about coming back to do something for the final season,” Idol host Ryan Seacrest tells Access Hollywood. “They are going to do it, it’s just a matter of figuring what to do with them. »
#Gladiators, if Jennifer Lopez, Keith Urban, and Harry Connick Jr. are wondering why I showed up the American Idol auditions singing this song:… it is because Shonda Lynn Rhimes and the entire Shondaland crew ruined my damn life with the incredible Scandal and How to Get Away With Murder winter finales. All I had left in my life were two words — bish and what — and the nominal piano skills I learned from playing "Hot Cross Buns" back in grade school. I am honestly shocked at what I just witnessed on Scandie, especially because I hated last week's episode. With the winter finale, the show has returned to form. There were epic fights, a fierce #YesAllWomen message, a shocking revelation, and me sobbing hard like Lupita Nyong'o in 12 Years a Slave when she just wanted a bar of Lever 2000 to wash the funk off her butt. (Too far? »
- Phoebe Robinson
American Idol is truly going back to its roots for its final season. Ryan Seacrest just assured E! News' Will Marfuggi that all of the show's former judges, including Paula Abdul, Randy Jackson, and the formidable tight T-shirted Simon Cowell, will return at some point as the singing competition series takes its final bow. "We will have the former judges back," Seacrest revealed when Marfuggi caught up with him during Idol's famous Hollywood Week. "The plan is to have all of them back. They've all considered it and I think are enthusiastic about coming back and saluting the show." Aside from Paula, Randy, and Simon, »
Remember Paula Abdul's nonsensical ramblings and platitudes? Randy Jackson's penchant for the word "dawg"? Nicki Minaj and Mariah Carey's beef leading to Barbara Walters quoting the lyrics, "I'm quick to check a bitch if she is outta line?" You can have all that and more when the final season of American Idol bows on January 6, 2016. Access Hollywood reports that Ryan Seacrest promises every former judge will appear in the final season. Of course, he doesn't say in which capacity, for how long, or if they'll all even be in the same room with one another, but awesome!We (and the show's ratings) will be praying for another one of these moments: »
- Ira Madison III
Kelly Clarkson isn't familiar with morning sickness. "I'm familiar with all-day sickness," the "Invincible" singer said with a laugh in a pre-taped interview that aired on CBS This Morning Wednesday. The Grammy winner, who is expecting her second child with her husband, Brandon Blackstock, continued, "I have to get IVs and fluids because I get so dehydrated. It's really bad." Kelly had a similar experience during her first pregnancy. "I vomit a good dozen times a day. It's, like, bad. I vomited before coming out here," the American Idol winner said on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in December 2013. "I'm not even kidding. It's so bad. It's »
Tuesday’s Scream Queens gave new meaning to the phrase “Once you go black, you never go back.”
No, really, Boone — who was able to walk the streets because strangers just assumed he’s Joaquin Phoenix — assigned a new meaning to it, telling Chad — who, for reasons beyond my comprehension, believed Boone was a ghost — that the only way he could return to the land of the living was by sleeping with Zayday.
Unfortunately for Boone, Zayday wasn’t exactly picking up what he was putting down, »
RelatedThe Voice Top 12 Performance Recap: This Is It! (Make No Mistakes or Get Gone)
Ok, I’m being melodramatic, but the same could be said for the new elimination schedule NBC is planning for Season 9 of its Emmy-winning reality singing competition.
This week — as well as Nov. 24 and Dec. 1 — there’ll only be one hopeful sent to the guillotine, leaving nine vocalists to face off during the Dec. »
The poster for American Idol‘s 15th and final season is revisiting the B.C. — Before Clarkson — era.
Related2016 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble?
Not only does the key art — obtained exclusively by TVLine — include franchise MVPs Kelly Clarkson, Carrie Underwood, Adam Lambert, Jennifer Hudson and more, but it includes a clever nod to the iconic reality singing competition’s earliest promo campaign.
Wheat, meet chaff — but don’t worry about learning their names.
That was the unspoken theme of The Voice‘s Top 12 performance night — where, when contestants were good, they were very very good, but when they were bad, they were horrid (or at least horrid-adjacent).
RelatedThe Voice Season 9 Top 12 Ranked! Which Contestants (and Coaches) Have the Momentum?
Oh, sure, only one contestant will lay his or her head on the chopping block come Tuesday night, but you needn’t have a crystal ball — only functioning ears — to know that Braiden, Korin, Zach, Mark, Amy and probably Barrett are essentially »
Turns out Simon Cowell isn't all huffs and puffs. Unless, perhaps, he's reading "The Three Little Pigs" to his little boy. The British music mogul is showing off a more sensitive side in a picture posted to Twitter of him enjoying some quality time with his 1 1/2-year-old son, Eric. The former American Idol judge and returning America's Got Talent judge is infamous for his brutal honestly when it comes to critiquing music, but having a child has definitely brought out his more patient and mellow side (and we hope he brings none of it to Agt). Cowell recently opened up about being none too proud of how he and Eric's mom, Lauren Silverman, got together, but described how incredibly »
With the recent cinematic release of the latest installment of The Hunger Games series, Mockingjay- Part 1, it seems to be the perfect time to look into some of the more predominant themes and allegorical references in this wildly popular franchise. Being that these films have been adapted from Suzanne Collin’s trilogy of bestselling novels geared toward the younger adult crowd, they have come to be some of the most anticipated blockbusters of the last few years, bringing in massive box-office success. Despite the well-defined financial achievement and reverberant hype of the saga, the series of films, soon to conclude with next year’s Mockingjay- Part 2, has not done particularly well with critics. Some reviews suggest that the Battle Royale storyline turned moody propaganda display is becoming rather thin, gratuitous as well as underdeveloped. Yet what does seem to keep audiences returning to the theatres, year after year? It most »
- Trish Ferris
Susan Levison is exiting VH1, after over two years with the Viacom company, Variety has confirmed. Levison’s departure is one of many recent exec changes at Viacom.
Current VH1 programming execs Jill Holmes and Nina Diaz will “step up” and assume her duties, though Levison is not being directly replaced. Holmes and Diaz will report to VH1 general manager Chris McCarthy, who sent an internal memo to the network’s staff today.
Levison joined VH1 in 2013 as exec vice president of original programming and production, coming from Fishbowl Worldwide Media, replacing Jeff Olde who is now at E! Prior, she was a longtime Fox exec.
At Fox, Levison, whose exit was first reported by The Hollywood Reporter, was senior vice president of comedy development, overseeing series including “Bob’s Burgers.” She also worked in drama development at the network, working on the launches of “House,” “Prison Break” and “Bones, »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
The revamped The X-Files series doesn't air until January of next year, but we are getting a look at some more teaser images to hold us over until then. Also: a trailer for Body, Mystery Science Theater 3000 Kickstarter details, a Bang Bang Baby release announcement, and TeeFury's ugly Christmas sweaters.
The X-Files Series: "David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson reprise their iconic roles as Agent Fox Mulder and Agent Dana Scully in the upcoming event series which will encompass a mixture of stand-alone investigative episodes and those that further the original show’s seminal mythology. In the opening episode, Mulder and Scully take on a case of a possible alien abductee. The all-new episodes will feature appearances by guest stars, including Joel McHale (“Community”), Robbie Amell (“The Flash”), Lauren Ambrose (“Dig,” “Six Feet Under”), Annabeth Gish (“The Bridge”), Annet Mahendru (“The Americans”), Rhys Darby (“Flight of the Conchords”), Kumail Nanjiani »
- Tamika Jones
Yep, yep, yep, it’s called The Voice, and the voice should be the focus of our attention.
And yet, with 24 singers competing for only 12 slots in the Season 9 finals, shouldn’t a little salty hip action count for a few bonus points in a very close horse race (provided that said moving and grooving doesn’t throw a contestant off pitch)?
RelatedThe Voice Live Playoffs (Night 1) Recap: Playoffs, Playa!
Fox has announced their schedule for early 2016. They include new and returning shows American Idol, Bob's Burgers, Bones, Bordertown, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Cooper Barrett's Guide To Surviving Life, Empire, Family Guy, Gotham, Grandfathered, The Grinder, The Guide To Surviving Life, Hell's Kitchen, The Last Man On Earth, Lookinglass, Lucifer, MasterChef Junior, New Girl, Rosewood, Second Chance, The Simpsons, Sleepy Hollow, and The X-Files.
You can see the full schedule at the bottom of this post. Here's the press release:
Fox Announces Winter Premiere Dates
New Ensemble Comedy "Cooper Barrett's Guide To Surviving Life" And New Animated Satire "Bordertown" Join Sunday Lineup January 3
New Tuesday Comedy Lineup Debuts January 5 With "New Girl" Season Premiere At 8:00 Pm; Followed By "Grandfathered" At 8:30 Pm; "Brooklyn Nine-nine" At 9:00 Pm; And "The Grinder"At 9:30 Pm
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Ever since we found out New Girl's fifth season would be pushed to 2016, we've been weeping on the inside. Megan Fox is starring on the series while Zooey Deschanel is out on maternity leave, and we finally have a premiere date! Season five will officially premiere on Jan. 5, followed by the return of several other Fox shows after the Winter hiatus. Take a look below to get the full list of premiere dates! Monday, Jan. 4 8 p.m. - Superhuman Tuesday, Jan. 5 8 p.m. - New Girl 8:30 p.m. - Grandfathered 9 p.m. - Brooklyn Nine-Nine 9:30 p.m. - The Grinder Wednesday, Jan. 6 8 p.m. - American Idol Wednesday, Jan. 13 9 p.m. - Second Chance (formerly known as Lookinglass)* Friday, Jan. 15 9 p.m. - MasterChef Junior Sunday, Jan. 24 10 p.m. - The X-Files* Monday, Jan. 25 9 p.m. - Lucifer* Sunday, Jan. 31 7 p.m. - Grease: Live* Friday, Feb. »
- Maggie Pehanick
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