Simon Cowell's "Britain's Got Talent" wrapped up its seventh season Saturday night with a surprise twist as a woman showed up on stage during an opera singing performance and started throwing eggs at BGT judges Cowell, Alesha Dixon, Amanda Holden and David Walliams.
Rapper Nicki Minaj followed Mariah Carey's lead on Thursday afternoon,announcing via Twitter, "Thank you American Idol for a life changing experience! Wouldn't trade it for the world! Time to focus on the Music!!! Mmmuuuaahhh!!!"
Adam Levine and Blake Shelton, who have been on the NBC singing competition since its inception, will be reunited with Christina Aguilera and Cee Lo Green in the red chairswhen The Voice returns in the fall, it was announced Friday.
Third time's a charm for Candice Glover. The South Carolina native, on her third "American Idol" after auditioning in seasons 9 and 11, became the first female winner of the show since season 6's Jordin Sparks, scoring the largest number of votes to defeat runner-up Kree Harrison.
With the "American Idol" season 12 finale tonight, the race for first between Kree Harrison and Candice Glover couldn't be closer. But remember, two came out of thousands who auditioned to begin with, giving viewers plenty of performances and moments throughout the year that made this season of "Idol" memorable.
For the first time since 2004, two ladies squared off for the "American Idol" crown in its penultimate episode, the final show before the results are announced and the winner of the competition's 12th season is revealed.
Imagine that you have spent all of your life working toward your dream. Then, reality steps in, forcing you to re-evaluate your life. Once you get used to that idea however, the pendulum swings back the other way. So is the story of Sony Music Nashville's Angie Johnson, who releases her digital EP, "Sing For You," next Tuesday.
On a break from rehearsing at L.A.'s Nokia Theatre, Harrison and Glover sat down in front of a crew of reporters for one final candid chat. The "American Idol" Top 2 talked nerves going into the finals, their finale strategy, pre-show rituals, "Idol" regrets, and what they are going to eat to fuel up for the big night.
Candice Glover is no stranger to the “American Idol” stage. The Charlotte, North Carolina, singer auditioned for season nine, failing to make the cut after Simon Cowell commented that he couldn’t see her being anything but a lounge singer.
Randy Jackson announced Thursday he would leave the Fox show after this season. He's checking out as “Idol” is at its nadir in terms of ratings and influence. Jackson said he would be concentrating on his management company/record label Dream Merchant 21 and new yet-to-be named businesses. No doubt he has had loads of success as a producer and bass player, but the management side has not been a strong one for him.