It’s looking more and more like American Idol will be decidedly J.Lonelier next season.
Appearing on NBC’s Today Thursday morning to promote Ice Age: Continental Drift, pop diva Jennifer Lopez hinted that she might be done as an Idol judge. As noted by TVGuide.com, Lopez ducked a question about her future on the Fox hit a bit and said, “I am thinking it’s maybe time for me to go and do other things I really love to do like films … and performing.” Lopez also stated that she’d already stayed with the reality juggernaut a year longer than she originally intended.
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• A day after being injured on set of CBS’ The Good Wife, Kristin Chenoweth has checked out of the New York hospital where she was being treated. “Kristin has been released from the hospital and is home recovering. She thanks everyone for their prayers and well wishes,” Chenoweth’s publicist said in a statement.
• Nickelodeon has ordered a 26-episode Season 2 of The Legend of Korra, EW.com reports. The animated series, which includes characters voiced by Kiernan Shipka (Mad Men) and David Faustino (Married with Children), will return next year.
• Community bad boy and Soup chef Joel McHale will co-host Live! With Kelly for three days, from July 25-27, when their guests will include The Campaign’s Will Ferrell, Zach Galifinakis and Dylan McDermott, The Newsroom‘s Olivia Munn and Bachelorette Emily Maynard. Ripa’s hubby and fellow All My Children alum Mark Consuelos will fill in on Monday, July 23, while the winner of Live’s national co-host search will take the chair on the 24th.
• Glee’s Kevin McHale will join longtime pal Demi Lovato in hosting this year’s Teen Choice Awards on July 22 (Fox, 8/7c).
• Big-screen star Johnny Depp will reprise his Edward Scissorhands role in one of Family Guy’s signature cutaway gags, according to EW.com. The animated Fox sitcom’s Season 11 bows Sept. 30.
• AMC has released the official Season 2 poster for Hell on Wheels, taglined “Raise Hell” and featuring a menacing Cullen Bohannon (Anson Mount) with his gun raised. Take a look below, then hit the comments with what you think is ahead for the post-Civil War drama, which returns Sunday, Aug. 12 (9/8c).
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