Is an "Idol" shocker still a shocker if the show's host tweets about it to his 6.4 million-plus Twitter followers?
American Idol rocker James Durbin came by the What's Trending live to perform his new single "Right Behind You."
Thankfully the real vocalists can finally get down to competing. The narrowing of the talent pool didn't preclude a couple of sub-par performances, of course, but it's nice that we've finally reached a point where the good generally outweighs the bad on performance night.
You heard some '80s songs Wednesday night! And you saw neon, fringe, high heels, some sparkle, jackets for the boys, and of course tons of jewelry! Here's what our Top 8 Idol contestants wore this past performance night.
It's time for this week's behind-the-scenes video! Here's an exclusive look at what it took to style the Top 8 Idol finalists for their performances and duos on '80s night.
Who's gotta have it? We're another week closer to answering Randy Jackson's latest nonsensical question, as "American Idol" whittled its Top 8 down to 7 this week. Following a hit-and-miss '80s night, it seemed that the line between the best and the worst of the contestants was easily defined, but did the public votes line up with the performances?
Jessica Sanchez and Joshua Ledet's duet of "I Knew You Were Waiting For Me" was undoubtedly the standout performance of the night, and a vocal masterclass from beginning to end. it was a joy to watch.
Here's an exclusive look at what it took to style the Idol finalists for their Top 9 performances and trios.
Such scrappy behavior -- hopeful, yet realist in a "turning world" -- is what propels this Down Under band over the precarious tightrope navigating the middle ground between dreams and nightmares on their journey to define a rock 'n' roll (r)evolution in the 21st century.
Here's the full rundown of the fashion from Wednesday night's performances!
It is up to each of us to raise awareness of the fact that almost 25 percent of our children live in poverty and each of us must hold our leaders accountable to ensuring a fair start for every kid in America.
"Idol" voters actually made the right choices in deciding the bottom three this week. And, since America has its favorites already picked out, there was no real surprise when it came to who was sent home.
As Fox appears ready to take steps back towards the kind of dark, interesting material that they excel at, a la "24," this could prove to be an interesting year for the network.
After weeks of tackling dated songs (and generally performing them poorly) all it took to give "American Idol" a shot of adrenaline was to allow the contestants to sing songs from their own musical idols.
If you were raised on a diet of 70s pop, then you know Paul Williams. Between the hit songs, the awards and all that bouncing from one talk show couch to the next, you couldn't miss him.
After a hit-and-miss night of Billy Joel performances, the "Idol" contestants have been whittled down to the Top 9.