Before Ryan Seacrest announced the ‘American Idol‘ winner tonight (May 23), the contestants of Season 11 paid tribute to recently deceased music icon Robin Gibb. The Bee Gees member sadly passed away on May 20, 2012, due to complications from cancer. He was 62 years old.
Before the ‘American Idol‘ winner of Season 11 was crowned on tonight’s (May 23) big finale, Rihanna hit the stage with a troupe of tribal dancers to perform her latest hit, ‘Where Have You Been.’ Earlier today, RiRi tweeted a picture of herself with some serious dreadlocks, and now we know why! She was rocking a massive ponytail of dreads and straight bangs during her performance, which was impressive visually, but lacked sonically.
It looks like Ryan Seacrest is moving in with Ellen Degeneres… well, into her old house at least. TMZ reports that the ‘American Idol‘ host and radio personality bought Degeneres’ estate, where she resided with wife and actress Portia de Rossi, in Beverly Hills for a cool $39 million.
The Wanted recently stopped by AOL Sessions while visiting New York City. While there, the guys not only performed a slew of their songs (including their new single ‘Chasing the Sun’ and their hit ‘Glad You Came’) but also talked about the stigma that comes with the “boy band” label, as well as their favorite song from rival boy band One Direction and their chances of collaborating with them.
For the season finale of ‘Glee‘ — the episode is appropriately entitled ‘Goodbye’ — the cast will be going all out for their covers, performing songs from artists like Lady Gaga, Beyonce, Green Day, Madonna and more for their fond farewells. With many of the New Directions graduating from McKinley High in this episode, it’s only fitting that the glee club performs songs about moving on to the next phase of life.
For most people, standing face first up against a wall usually means they’re about to get searched by police officers or invasive TSA employees. However, for British boy band the Wanted, being forced to stand in this position probably just means that Britney Spears is about to pass by.
When it comes to choosing outfits for One Direction member Harry Styles, his favorite thing to wear is his birthday suit. Apparently, Styles just can’t resist getting naked. In fact, he likes it so much, it sometimes gets the ‘What Makes You Beautiful’ singer into trouble.
“Jessica doesn’t deserve to be in the bottom three if she sang ‘Yankee Doodle Dandee,” mentor Jimmy Iovine said of Jessica Sanchez on ‘American Idol‘ tonight. Sanchez was nearly booted from the competition last week — she got a second chance after she was saved by the judges — but she made a triumphant comeback with covers of Alicia Keys‘ ‘Fallin” and Otis Redding’s ‘Try a Little Tenderness.’
Hollie Cavanagh was challenged to sing a new and an old song on tonight’s episode of ‘American Idol.’ Each contestant was tasked with performing a hit from the 21st century in the first round of performances, and the Top 7 had to do live renditions of soul classics for their second (it was actually modeled after the late Dick Clark‘s program ‘American Bandstand’).
For her first song, our favorite British gal from the Lonestar State kicked off the show with Adele‘s ‘Rolling in the Deep,’ and Cavanagh sang Dusty Springfield’s bluesy ’60s hit ‘Son of a Preacher Man.’
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