RYAN'S FLAME (New York Post)
RYAN Seacrest's mystery gal is a mystery no longer. Seacrest was spotted recently taking a break in Paris with a buxom brunette who was described by online gossips as a "Megan Fox look-alike." Now our source says the "American Idol" host's new...
HUDSON GETS IT GOING (New York Post)
ONCE in a while art trumps tragedy. At least that's the way it seems to have gone for soul idol Jennifer Hudson, who sang a solid yet short concert at the theater in Madison Square Garden Friday night. Her towering voice almost made you forget...
Jennifer Hudson returns (USA Today)
Jennifer, who sings If This Isn't Love, has become everything Simon Cowell wants Lil Rounds to be -- she's poised, in command of the stage and spot-on vocally, even when -- especially when -- she reaches for the high notes.
Oscar De La Hoya Retiring (FOX 25 Boston)
Oscar De La Hoya is calling it quits in the ring. Boxing's most popular fighter announced his decision Tuesday across the street from Staples Center, where a statue of him stands.
Arts & Entertainment (Walton Sun News)
On American Idol this week, the Top 8 contestants sang songs from the year of their birth. All of them except Allison Iraheta were born in the 1980s, Allison, a mere 16, was born in 1992.
Top Ten American Idol Auditions
American Idol and its preliminary auditions are the source of much entertainment and discussion among casual and hardcore fans of the biggest show on TV. The auditions bring a diverse group of singers to the homes of the waiting to be entertained throngs. The problem is, the ones we see on TV really aren’t that diverse.
The American Idol Phenomenon
Did you know the first season of American debuted less than five years ago? It made its premiere on June 11, 2002. The show quickly became a topic for talk "around the water cooler" as people discussed the singing ability of the contestants still on the show and debated who should get cut and sent home next.