The “Fireworks” singer’s deal left “pennies” for fellow judges Lionel Richie and Luke Bryan.
“American Idol” is idling no more.
Auditions for the ABC reboot are set to start next week.
Giants receiver Odell Beckham was thrilled to catch Big Blue legend Lawrence Taylor, whom he called his idol, at a Nike event in SoHo.
Kelly Clarkson is an Idol for the Ages 15 years after becoming American Idol’s inaugural winner, we’re still bowing down to the legendary popstar. Best of all, she’s BACK with a soulful new album and we’ve got an exclusive preview!
“American Idol” has canceled auditions in Houston and San Antonio in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. ABC’s rebooted singing competition — hosted by Ryan Seacrest — was scheduled to hold auditions in Houston on Sept. 2 and in San Antonio two days later, but eliminated these after the Category 4 storm wreaked havoc, causing catastrophic…
Self-styled “King of Bachata” Romeo Santos 18-track album is released Friday, July 21 — which is also the Bronx native’s 36th birthday.
Katy Perry is “Walking on Air” with her new salary.
Katy Perry’s got millions of new reasons to sing all the way to the bank — because she’s taking home a massive paycheck for “American Idol.”
Musicians around the world are paying tribute to the great voice that was Chris Cornell after his unexpected death on Wednesday.
Fox’s head honchos clearly aren’t singing the praises of “American Idol” being revived so quickly after its farewell season.
“American Idol” will return — a move sure to thrill the tens of people clamoring for its return. But let’s face it: ABC’s decision to reboot “American Idol” next season, only a year after its finale ended a glorious run on Fox, isn’t so much a surprise (the rumor mill’s been a-churnin’) as it is…
Ebony Banks died late Saturday night, according to a rep for her school district. read more
“American Idol” could be back on the small screen after all.
He was born in Georgia and lives in Pennsylvania, but Justin Guarini’s spiritual home is Broadway. “I was probably 11 when I saw ‘Les Miz,’ ” the first “American Idol” runner-up tells BARBARA HOFFMAN. “I remember being so blown away, I wanted to get into that genre!” He did. After “A.I.,” he played five Broadway shows,…