“I deflowered RyanSeacrest,” joked RichardMarx to reporters following the singer’s surprise duet with American Idol’s vocally challenged host.
Seacrest, who earlier this season let the world know that his first concert was Marx, joined his hero on stage for a hilarious collaboration on Marx’s romantic ballad “Right Here Waiting” on Wednesday night’s results show.
If you watched Caleb Johnson and Jena Irene battle it out on American Idol's top 2 performance showTuesday night, you saw an epic showdown. What was happening off-camera at Los Angeles' Nokia Theatre? Read on for 9 things you didn't see on TV.
The "rock 'n' roll viking" took on "the sleeper" as CalebJohnson and JenaIrene duked it out for the last time on American Idol.
The top two competed in front of 7,000 fans from the stage at Los Angeles' Nokia Theatre where the mood was electric with supporters for the two singers -- some holding signs declaring their love for both.
"We really don't care who wins," Caleb Johnson told a small cadre of press outside Los Angeles' Nokia Theatre in the Monday afternoon sunshine. " 'American Idol' is just a title. We want to give the best possible performances both nights and make it a memorable season. We've all won. Not just us, but everybody who's been on the show this season, with the experiences we've had and the knowledge we've gained about the industry and the friends that we've made."
When Carrie Underwood was booked to perform on the CBS special, ACM Presents: An All-Star Salute to the Troops, she told the producers she wanted to sing "See You Again," her 2013 single that would have provided an emotional touchstone to what was already going to be an emotionally charged show. But Underwood had a secret plan.
Just after being the first woman honored with the 2014 Icon Award at the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday night at Las Vegas' MGM Grand Garden Arena, Jennifer Lopez sat down with Live! With Kelly and Michael in New York City to reflect on the accolade.