Steven Tyler and Jennifer Lopez leaving ‘American Idol‘ may bum out their fans, but it actually gave producers a bit of relief — following the initial panic that ensued when they realized they may well be out of judges.
After two seasons, Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler has chosen to leave his role as a judge on ‘American Idol.’ Tyler made the announcement via press release, smack dab in the middle of speculation that Charlie Sheen is up for a slot on the panel and right after Jennifer Lopez, who joined the same season as Tyler, said that she thinks it’s time for her to go. Will Randy ‘Yo! Dawg!’ Jackson be the sole judge to remain?
Kelly Clarkson can cross another item off of her long list of accomplishments. Arguably the most famous ‘American Idol‘ alumna, Clarkson’s single ‘Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)’ off her album ‘Stronger’ became the best-selling ‘Idol’ single of all time, even knocking fellow ‘Idol’ winner Carrie Underwood back to second place. Underwood held the title when her single ‘Before He Cheats’ was released.
So my family was over last night and we were watching the Giants move on to the Super Bowl and American Idol came on, so we decided to watch it. I hadn't caught the first couple of episodes, but I guess we picked a good night to watch
Casey Abrams can now call Paul McCartney “labelmate.” The hirsute sixth-place finisher in last year’s ‘American Idol’ competition has inked a deal with Concord Music Group, which is home to former Beatle McCartney as well as Carole King and Rush.
Kelly Clarkson performed at the National Rugby League Grand Final, a major sporting event in Australia with a cultural significance similar to the Super Bowl in the US. During her visit, she also had the opportunity to chat with an Australian radio station about her experience in the land Down Under.
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