Britney Spears has reportedly signed a deal to fill in after Nicole Scherzinger and Paula Abdul left last year. According to E! Online, after months of negotiations and speculation, the pop princess will officially be alongside judges Simon Cowell and L.A. Ried. Reps for the show had no comment, however. Cowell this past March even said he was "flattered" Spears was interested in joining the FOX show but revealed little about the singer becoming a judge.
We hope you join the show girl, you deserve it! Just don't let it become a trainwreck like the last time we saw you on TV in Britney and Kevin: Chaotic.
It was revealed during last night's episode of 'American idol' that Jermaine Jones, the 25-year-old vocal instructor from Pine Hill, N.J., was disqualified for lying to producers of the show and failing to mention that he has outstanding arrest warrants back home in New Jersey.
Jones has had multiple run-ins with the law, but when asked prior to being in the top 24, Jones lied and said he hasn’t been in a fight since high school, though police records prove Jones' pants are certainly on fire!
Multiple run-ins with the law include:
March 5, 2011: Jones was involved in a fight at a Howard Johnson Hotel in Jersey. Following the incident he gave cops the false name, Joel Jones. He was also charged with public nuisance and obstruction of justice, as well as held on charges from previous warrants. At the time, Jermaine had a total of 4 outstanding warrants, 3 for driving on a suspended license, and 1 for disorderly conduct with an open container.
Talk about adding insult to injury. Times two.
Simon Cowell's new upcoming talent show The X Factor, which will make its debut in the fall, is stirring up the controversy as reports of newly added judge Cheryl Cole already being given the boot. British pop superstar Cheryl, 27, has previously appeared with Cowell in the U.K. version of the show for three seasons and was ecstatic when it was announced earlier this month that she will be judging for the U.S. installment, alongside Cowell, Paula Abdul, and L.A. Reid. Also, as of recently, it has been announced that only was she out of her new gig, her original position as a judge for the U.K. version is being revoked as well!
The two hour finale was filled with tons of surprise guests including past winners Carrie Underwood, Kris Allen, Kelly Clarkson, among many others. Was anyone else completely shocked and a little nervous when Brett Michaels walked out on stage? Janet Jackson, Hall and Oates, and Chicago took to the stage to perform some of their biggest hits.
Fashion designer Tom Mark is the man behind the infamous Mark Wong Nark line. The line, named after his father who passed away 15 years ago, is responsible for clothing stars Tyra Banks, Cameron Diaz and Kim Kardashian. His line has appeared in music videos for Madonna, George Michel and Paula Abdul. Denise Richards dodged bullets while wearing his leggings in the James Bond movie "The World Is Not Enough."
Originally from Thailand, Tom moved to Los Angeles when he was seventeen. His older brother recognized Tom's raw talent and pushed him toward fashion school. Tom enrolled in FIDM and it was there that a designer was born.
The latest installment of the VH1 Divas induction ceremony aired yesterday with former American Idol judge, Paula Abdul, hosting the festivities at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. Although the original Divas shows was intended to showcase the talents of female performers, it seams that last night’s performance was a crude ploy by the bigwigs at VH1 to squeeze ratings from an audience still riling from the MTV VMA buzz and to resurrect Paula’s spiraling career.
Talk about one hot couple! The "Gossip Girl" star Chace Crawford and the Sports Illustrated model Bar Rafaeli were spotted sharing an intimate moment while partying Friday night at New York hotspot 1Oak.
Vince Shlomi - better known as the Sham Wow guy - is becoming a fixture at the Bryant Park tents. Feel free to boo him if you see him hanging around this week.
I know everyone is on the edge of their seat waiting for the verdict of whether Paula Abdul is coming back to American Idol. Either sigh in relief or start crying in the corner because “the nice one” (or “crazy drugged out one”) will not be returning.
Abdul turned to her twitter, the most sincere and legitimate source of communication, to express her grief over her departure: “With sadness in my heart, I’ve decided not to return to [Idol]. I’ll miss nurturing all the new talent, but most of all being a part of the show that I helped from day one become an international phenomenon. What I want to say most is how much I appreciate the undying support and enormous love that you have showered upon me. It truly has been breathtaking, especially over the past month. I do without any doubt have the BEST fans in the world and I love you all.”
Whether you loved her or hated her, it is safe to say that she was always sincere in her “nurturing” and critiques. With that, we wish you the best of luck.
It seems our “favorite” American Idol judge, Paula Abdul, might have seen her last season. According to her manager David Sonenberg, Paula is extremely disappointed. He said, “Very sadly, it does not appear that she’s going to be back on Idol.” Negotiation is currently in the works for a new contract, but those in charge at FremantleMedia and 19 Entertaiment have not laid out a plan for her yet. Abdul has been part of the show since its beginnings and is considered the “nice judge,” a definite fixture in the trio of Paula/Simon/Randy.