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Remember From Justin to Kelly, the film that put the "hor-" in "horrendous" and starred Kelly Clarkson and Justin Guarini? For those needing a refresher, it was released in 2003 after Clarkson won the first American Idol. Fox wanted to capitalize on all the hype, even after the 25-episode first season, so they stuffed Clarkson into a movie with the runner-up. Nearly 12 years after the film debuted, Clarkson revealed what she really thinks about From Justin to Kelly. In an interview with Rolling Stone, the magazine asked if it was time for her to burn all copies of the film, which made her laugh. She replied: No, I think I would have to own it first. But that is something I will look into. I have a little joke with our nanny, because she told me she loves that movie. She was like, "My roommate and I used to watch it »
Kelly Clarkson's nanny may lose her job! Not really, but she will definitely annoy her boss if she keeps talking about 2003's From Justin to Kelly. The "Heartbeat Song" singer recently joked to Rolling Stone magazine that 11-month-old River Rose's caretaker is a really big fan of the disastrous flick. "I have a little joke with our nanny, because she told me she loves that movie. She was like, 'My roommate and I used to watch it all the time! I'm totally going to show your daughter [...] »
Every star has some career regrets, but it seems like no one is more passionate about hating something than Kelly Clarkson. What did the American Idol winner do that haunts her every single day? She filmed From Justin to Kelly alongside fellow alum Justin Guarini. She regrets the project so much, in fact, that she has joked with her nanny that she would fire her if she ever showed the movie to her daughter River Rose. When asked by Rolling Stone if she would "burn all the existing copies" of it, she responded, "No, I think I would have to own it first. But that is something I will look into." She added, "I have a little joke with our nanny, because she told me she loves that movie. »
Fox announced on Monday (May 11) morning that "American Idol" has been renewed for the 2015-16 season, but that next year's installment will be its last. Per the official Fox release, host Ryan Seacrest and all three current judges -- Jennifer Lopez, Keith Urban and Harry Connick Jr -- will return to "search for the final 'Idol' superstar and pay tribute to the past 14 seasons of amazingly talented contestants and the millions of fans who tweeted, texted and championed their Idols." Whether you've watched "American Idol" from the beginning and still tune in on a weekly basis or you've looked down your nose at "Idol" for its role in reality-izing network television, it would be foolish not to look at this as the end of a rather major era. Adapted from the British "Pop Idol" format, "American Idol" premiered in the summer of 2002 and developed into a burgeoning sensation, »
- Daniel Fienberg
Over the course of 14 seasons, American Idol has had its fair share of uncomfortable moments.
Chris Daughtry serving up a “Wait, I got eliminated?” grimace. Paula Abdul critiquing a song Jason Castro was about 45 minutes away from covering. (Fret not, old girl will be back in a judging capacity this summer on Fox!) Danny Gokey trying to out-Adam Adam Lambert — and failing like a 5-year-old taking the AP Physics exam — on “Dream On.”
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Balloons! Cookie from Empire! Uptempo ditties! You can’t say American Idol didn’t bring out all the right ingredients for its “Get the Party Started”-themed Top 11 performance episode.
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With a half hour left to go, though, there were no hands (not even those of the SwayBots) in the air, waving ’round like they just didn’t care. Instead, the scene was positively funereal — with Sarina-Joi Crowe (Aka Vocal Perfection All Season With But One Glaring Exception), Nick Fradiani (Aka A Paragon of Consistent Vocals and Charisma) and Quentin Alexander (One »
Kelly Clarkson has been making the press rounds to talk about her latest album, Piece by Piece, but she wasn't just chatting about her music during an appearance on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen on Thursday. Kelly played "Plead the Fifth" with Andy and admitted, finally, that she did in fact date her fellow American Idol contestant Justin Guarini. There was speculation that Kelly and Justin, who took first and second place, respectively, on the first-ever season of Idol in 2002, were dating at the time, but she cleared those rumors up saying, "We didn't date during Idol, which everybody thought we were dating. We did date a little bit. Any two people who are thrown together that much . . . I'm just sayin'" They remained close after the successful premiere season of the reality competition, since they went on to star together in the musical From Justin to Kelly. Kelly said of that project, »
Kelly Clarkson has no need to "Plead the Fifth."
The always candid Kelly played Andy Cohen's popular game on Bravo's Watch What Happens Live on Thursday night, when the 32-year-old "Heartbeat Song" singer got defensive about her infamous August 2013 tweet calling out MTV's Video Music Awards performers that year.
"Just saw a couple performances from the Vma's last night. 2 words.... #pitchystrippers," she tweeted.
Just saw a couple performances from the Vma's last night. 2 words.... #pitchystrippers
— Kelly Clarkson (@kelly_clarkson) August 26, 2013
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"I never said Miley Cyrus," Kelly clarified to Cohen. "The fact that I tweeted 'pitchy stripper' and people said Miley Cyrus is not my problem. I'm just saying. I never said Miley Cyrus, my man. .... Everyone else said Miley Cyrus when I did that »
It appears the magic of "From Justin to Kelly" was legit!
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"I feel like we weren't dating during the movie. But I feel like maybe we did. We did date a little bit," Kelly continued.
Kelly explained that their crazy pre- and post-"Idol" ...
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The legendary love story in "From Justin to Kelly" was the real deal. Kelly Clarkson and her Season One runner-up Justin Guarini followed up their time on "American Idol" with one of the best worst movies ever made, the aforementioned movie musical that took place during Spring Break in Miami. And while the romance wasn't exactly realistic on film, sparks were flying off set. The "Heartbeat Song" singer was on "Watch What Happens Live" last night, where Andy Cohen put her in the hot seat for a round of Plead the 5th -- and that's where the truth about Justin came out. "We didn't date during 'Idol,'" Clarkson said after he asked whether they hooked up. "We did date a little bit. I think any two people that are thrown together that much would date. Guy, girl, 'Timeless' [a duet from their musical], put that song on, you can't fight it!" Cohen also »
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Gay or straight, Kelly Clarkson doesn’t care how her kids end up – she just wants them to have their own happily ever after.
In a new interview with ETonline contributor Chris Azzopardi for PrideSource to promote her latest studio album, Piece by Piece, the pop star revealed the very personal reason sexual orientation isn’t an issue when it comes to her kids, particularly 8-month-old River Rose.
“I just hope [River Rose] finds love,” Clarkson says. “It took me a while, man. And there was a lot of heartache throughout those years. You know, as long as she’s happy, I don’t care either way, and neither does my husband. And we have two other kids as well, and we don’t care either way for all of them.”
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What if one of them did come out to her?
“I’d be like »
Anyone holding their breath for a From Justin to Kelly sequel (do those people exist?) should let out a giant exhale right about now.
Amid a press tour for her highly anticipated new album Piece By Piece, Kelly Clarkson just can't stop hating on her big screen debut. Turns out, she was very opposed to filming it in the first place.
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Clarkson's tears weren't unfounded: the film, penned by Fuller's brother Kim, opened in 2003 to scathing reviews and only $2.7 million at the box office »
Kelly Clarkson just wants to break away from her 2003 flop From Justin to Kelly. In fact, in her mind, it's already gone. Speaking with Time magazine a few days after she told Us Weekly she "cried for an hour" and "pleaded to be let out of her contract" for the film, the American Idol season one winner joked that she likes to pretend the movie never even happened. Asked whether she'll ever show the film to her daughter, River Rose, the "Heartbeat Song" singer, 32, replied [...] »
We're learning a lot about Kelly Clarkson this week! In a new interview with Us, the 32-year-old singer reveals 25 things fans don't know about her. Among the many revelations, the mother of one explained her stance on marijuana legalization. "I cannot understand the fact that controlled narcotic substances and alcohol are legal and weed isn't," the "Heartbeat Song" crooner said. "How many people do you know who have died from weed? My point exactly." Another fact she shared was, "I have a concealed handgun license." Clarkson also dished that she did not was to be a part of the box office flop From Justin to Kelly after her big American Idol win. "I cried for a »
15 items from 2015
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