Women rule this week. Gillian Welch, Beyoncé, and Dolly Parton dig for Americana, country, and pop gold, while Selena Gomez gives the tweens another dose of Disney. Poor American Idol David Cook doesn't have a fighting chance.
You think you want Jacob to win, but really you (and I) don't. Many think that winning American Idol is the best way to launch Lusk's eventual career, but Mo'Kelly is here to tell you that it most likely isn't.
The Goo Goo Doll's John Rzeznik's has some advice for up-and-coming acts: "Don't worry about getting famous because that means nothing. There are a lot of really useless people in this world that are famous."
The Glamour Women of the Year Awards filled Carnegie Hall with a slew of A-listers from the art world, Hollywood, and Washington, as well as some international activists ready to inspire the audience into...change.
Diamond gave away little about his attitude towards the singers and since we didn't see him actually giving any tips or suggesting arrangements, changing keys, or doing much of anything, I assume he wasn't a very active mentor.