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Before crowning its final champion, American Idol will welcome back two of its most successful victors.
American Idol: Kelly Clarkson to Return — Simon Cowell, Maybe Not
Your very first American Idol, Kelly Clarkson, will be a part of the reality competition’s farewell run.
Clarkson will serve as a guest judge and perform READ MORE
American Idol: Kelly Clarkson Week Song Spoilers Revealed!
Some people wait a lifetime for a moment like this. READ MORE
Video: Kelly Clarkson and Jimmy Fallon Master the History of Duets
Move over, Justin Timberlake. Jimmy Fallon has a new musical partner-in-crime.
Exclusive: Nashville Books Kelly Clarkson
Layla Grant, prepare to be upstaged.
American Idol champ-turned-Grammy winner Kelly Clarkson, who won raves for her stint on CBS’ The Crazy Ones earlier this season, is set to guest-star in an episode of Nashville, TVLine has learned exclusively. READ MORE
Report: American Idol Mulling All-Alumni Judges' Panel -- Crazy-Good or Just Crazy?
Reality TV fans are acutely aware that American Idol — coming off a Season 12 finale that, year-to-year, was down 33 percent in total viewers and 44 percent in the 18-49 demo — is bracing for the kind of treatment that Tyra Banks gives to pretty young pageant girls on Top Model: A dramatic makeover!
And a report today from Vulture — that producers are considering a judges’ panel made up entirely of former contestants — certainly sounds like Idol is in for more than a basic cut-and-color during …READ MORE
American Idol Brings Back Kelly Clarkson
The Grammy-winning recording artist — who was crowned champ during the series’ inaugural season — has been tapped to …READ MORE
Grammys 2013: Grades for All 20 Performances!
There’s a common complaint among Oldie Olsens like myself that live singing in the Ke$ha Era is going the way of the Dodo. (Or is that Do%o?)
Whether or not there’s any truth to that theory, the 2013 Grammy Awards proved to be …READ MORE
The 2013 Grammy Awards: Best and Worst
Leading up to the Grammys, all anyone could seem to talk about was who’d win Album of the Year and/or defy CBS’ modesty memo and flash us some side boob. (Our money was on Frank Ocean. For both.)
But to focus on those topics would ignore a whole host of, shall we say, “alternative” categories ranging from Weirdest Acceptance Speech to Performance Most Likely to Induce a Seizure. READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS