The kids on "Idol" look to the honky-tonk muse Dolly Parton for this week's theme, which has us worried. . .
I haven't decided which task is more difficult: The job of "American Idol" producers attempting to fill a five-minute show with an hour's worth of content, or attempting to fill a recap about said…
The theme this week is a song from the year you were born. So, basically, it's '80s week again. That's right folks, most of these kids were born in the 1980s. Wrap your brain around that one.
This week it's not just Lennon/McCartney it's the Beatles.
"Randy Jackson's Music Club" is a mixed bag of former "American Idol" contestants, judges, guest hosts and artists who owe favors to the "Idol" judge.
It is always interesting to see how "Idol" will stretch what is essentially a five-minute show into an hour. And by interesting, I mean lame.
In the first episode, we are bombarded with a whole bunch of names and personalities, all of whom explain how they completely different from past personalities and why they will win. But guess what…
What an episode! Fights, failures, freakouts, forgetting lyrics and the Fab Four!
Team Snark headed over to the Pacific Design Center last night to party with the "American Idol" top 12. And by "party with" I mean we watched them get treated like rock stars on the red carpet for…
I'm beginning to think these girls aren't listening to me. Did I not say, just last week, not to sing Whitney, Celine, Mariah or Linda?
The theme this week is one that's repeated annually on "Idol": A finalist's naughty past is made public.
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