Angie Miller’s hometown visit took on a special significance as the city of Boston continues to recover from the aftershocks of the April 15 bombings. But Miller returned to L.A. from Beverly, Mass. more resilient than ever -- so she told reporters after the top 3 show.
AmericanIdol’s top four elimination night results show is notoriously the most emotional night of the season. With no more saves left, there is plenty on the line, including the show’s famed hometown visits for the top three remaining Idols.
And who did Idol have on hand to lend emotional support for the occasion? Season seven winner DavidCook (pictured below), who offered the remaining girls sage advice: “You're gonna cry. I did. And I don't ever cry. That's a lie. That rhymed a lot."
LazaroArbos may have not won American Idol, but if gets his wish, he'll be handed the best consolation prize ever. As the Florida ice cream scooper revealed to reporters on Friday's conference call, he's working on arranging a duet with Cher for the finale.
“Six months ago when the show came on, she saw me and she connected with me,” he said. “She followed me on Twitter, and we’ve been talking back and forth since then. I love her songs!”
After Wednesday’s performance night of Beatles songs, it seemed apparent that "She’s Leaving Home" would not be the theme on Thursday.
After all, this season is AmericanIdol’s year of the woman, and in case viewers missed that memo, all five girls got together Fifth Harmony style for a group rendition of "Here, There and Everywhere" in the middle of Thursday’s results show.
'HEAR,' HERE: Jordin Sparks collects her sixth entry on the Adult Contemporary chart with her version of a song written in 1962 and first recorded by the Harry Simeone Chorale. It was a hit again in 1963 for crooner Bing Crosby and then yet again in 1987 for Whitney Houston. “Do You Hear What I Hear,” a plea for peace inspired by the Cuban Missile Crisis, has previously charted on the Adult Contemporary list for Vanessa Williams (No. 15 the week of Jan.
Hers was the most shocking elimination of American Idol's tenth season, but a little over a year since the show wrapped for Pia Toscano, the singer has parted ways with 19 Recordings and Interscope.
In an exclusive interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Toscano reveals that a "difference of opinion" was the reason for the delay of her debut album on the Universal-owned major label. She had hoped the record would be ready for a fall release.
Phillip Phillips' first single "Home" has gone gold, marking sales in excess of 500,000 units -- 523,477 to be exact, according to management and publishing company Pulse Recordings, which represents the song's co-writer and producer Drew Pearson. This week alone, it sold more than 27,000 copies.