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?
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The theme this week is one that's repeated annually on "Idol": A finalist's naughty past is made public.
Bauhaus, the iconic band that helped define the Goth movement, offers a good sampling of the group's unique flavor on their first disc in more than two decades, "Going Away White."
"Idol" starts off with the usual singalong, where the producers attempt to pair up singers into possible couples. The "Sounds of the '70s" medley is every bit as crappy as the previous two nights…
I notice Ryan has stopped calling this group "the best ever." Wise move, since these were the worst back-to-back episodes in the show's history. Last night the girls tackled "classics" from the…
Goldfrapp takes a walk on the mild side with their fourth release "Seventh Tree," an album they call a "sensual counterpoint to the glitterball glamour of 'Supernature.'"
Here we go with the most excruciating hour of the week. That's right, an hour, to tell four people they're going home.
The girls get a crack at tunes from the '60s. Was that decade this boring? Seriously.