There have been rumors (lots of rumors) as of late regarding the coveted judging spots on 'American Idol.' We know for a fact that diva supreme Mariah Carey is one of the new replacements to fill the void left by Jennifer Lopez and Steven Tyler, and while Nicki Minaj and Keith Urban (so not who we were expecting) are said to be in the final stages of joining up, that leaves Randy Jackson floating around in space.
We've previously reported in light of murmorings that the entire 'Idol' judges' panel would be revamped and Jackson, the longest lasting judge on the show, would be stepping down from his role to accept a more minor position as "mentor" to the contestants. Now, it looks like it'll be made official very soon... if it hasn't already.
Ever since Jennifer Lopez and Steven Tyler left the 'American Idol' judges' table -- Tyler to focus on being a rock star and J. Lo to focus on her family -- Fox went into overtime to try and land some big names to come and fill in those empty spots.
Though some rumors floated around referencing the possibility of former 'Idol' contestant Adam Lambert and Disney star Nick Jonas joining the panel, Fox ended up landing a queen of R&B music, Mariah Carey. That meant there was just one more spot left and we've just learned that it too went to a big name in the music world -- Ms. Nick Minaj herself.
Earlier today, we saw a surprising article that detailed the current state of viewers for Sunday night cable series, some of which hardly seemed like they could be true. And yet, for as critically adored as series like 'Breaking Bad' may be, it just isn't where the big bucks are. A new list of TV's most paid stars that came out today will equally shock you, particularly when your salary is less than that of a monkey. Enjoy!
Another year, another game of musical chairs for the judges of the long-running 'American Idol.' Last month, it was reported that Mariah Carey would join mainstay Randy Jackson behind the table and today, it looks like there's a frontrunner for that last spot: Nick Jonas, AKA, one third of the Jonas Brothers.
You knew it was coming, but maybe Jennifer Lopez didn't want to steal Steven Tyler's thunder. Just one day after the Aerosmith frontman announced he's leaving 'American Idol,' the lovable judge told Ryan Seacrest that she too will not be returning to the judges' table.
Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler, who's been a judge during the most recent two seasons of 'American Idol,' has decided it's time to move on and go back to the tedious business of, you know, being a rock star.
Now with more news surfacing that the TV network is reportedly browsing around for new additions to the show, it seems more and more likely that she'll need to be replaced and Fox is apparently looking no further than former 'Idol' contestant Adam Lambert.
We're certainly hoping to learn a bit more about 'Glee' season 4 when the cast shows up to this year's Comic-Con 2012, given how precious little information is available. How much of the show will follow Rachel Berry's adventures in New York, and with whom? How much will stick with the New Directions in Ohio? And most importantly, what new characters will be introduced? Fortunately, we may have an answer for one of those...
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