Jerrod Niemann and Brett Eldredge will support Urban on the Raise ‘Em Up Tour. Urban’s website shows U.S. dates kicking off in July.
The ‘American Idol’ runner-up officially announced yesterday (Feb. 4) that he is putting his entertainment career on hold to seek out the Democratic seat for Congress in his home state.
Don’t be fooled by the rocks that Jennifer Lopez’s got, she’s still Jenny from the block, or as her latest single proclaims, she’s the same girl who used to hop on the 6 train from the Bronx.
If the ratings of last night’s (Jan. 15) American Idol show us anything, it’s that after 13 seasons, America might not really care who their next Idol is.
“I just [find] her magnetic on so many levels,” Urban says of “Royals” singer Lorde. “She has a lot of artistic depth and gravitas for someone at that age.”
One of the songs she premiered earlier this week at CMT’s Next Women of Country showcase reveals her father’s battle with alcoholism.
In this episode of Radio.com Inside Out, we explore the outsiders of reality singing shows: from Adam Lambert on American Idol to Beverly McClellan on The Voice to “burrito slinger” Josh Krajcik on X Factor.
‘American Idol’ has found their new judges for season 13, and one isn’t actually that new at all.
Keith Urban is officially returning as a judge on the next season of “American Idol.”
Former American Idol Contestants File Multi-Million-Dollar Lawsuit Against The Show Citing Racial Discrimination
10 former Idols are suing she show seeking a minimum of $25 million in damages for racial profiling and discrimination, stemming from them being publically disqualified from the show.
Adam Lambert is now officially a Gleek. The star confirmed yesterday (July 10) that he would be joining the cast of Glee next season.
It seems there’s more trouble in American Idol paradise. After competing their lowest rated season in history a show spokesperson announced they would be canceling a number of upcoming tour dates.
“I did what I came to do, which is create a following,” “American Idol” runner-up Kree Harrison told Radio.com during a sit-down in Nashville last week before revealing what she’s most looking forward to now that the show is over.
Whether or not bringing back familiar faces to critique talent will save the show’s free-falling ratings is certainly up for deliberation. Here’s a few other former Idols that could assist in that process.
Instead of writing new music by herself, Carly Rae Jepsen took a different route and decided to ask fans to help with new song “Take A Picture.”