Mariah Carey slammed her run on "American Idol" yet again. The glitzy "Infinity" singer had no kind words for Fox's once-mighty singing competition, which she co-judged in Season 12 with Randy Jackson, rapper Nicki Minaj and countryShow More Summary
Mariah Carey, who spent much of season 12 of the Fox singing competition “American Idol” clashing with fellow judge Nicki Minaj, has opened up about her time on “Idol,” calling it “the worst experience of my life.” According to The....
Mariah Carey griped about her time on American Idol Thursday, calling the Fox show “fake” and labeling “it the worst experience of my life.” Speaking with Australia’s Kyle & Jackie… READ ON
When news broke that Fox will end American Idol after next year’s 16th season, TV-viewing citizens everywhere wrung their hands with concern over the show’s host, Ryan Seacrest. With Idol off his docket, Seacrest would have only American...Show More Summary
From acclaimed live television producers, Simon Fuller’s (AMERICAN IDOL, SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE) XIX Entertainment and dick clark productions (SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE), comes new unscripted series KNOCK KNOCK LIVE,
Remember From Justin to Kelly, the film that put the "hor-" in "horrendous" and starred Kelly Clarkson and Justin Guarini? For those needing a refresher, it was released in 2003 after Clarkson won the firstÂ American Idol. Fox wanted...Show More Summary
Fox executives had hoped the air would go out of the “American Idol” balloon slowly.
On Monday, Fox announced that the coming 15th season of "American Idol" would be its last. The show's host, Ryan Seacrest, said after the news that "American Idol" had "been a big part of my life for so long, it's frankly hard to imagine...Show More Summary
Fox announced recently that their hit singing competition (or at least it was years ago), American Idol, will be ending next year with season 15. So, how exactly could the show go out with a bang? Well, for starters, some of the best hopefuls that were cut in season 14 need to come back, and […]
"American Idol" had its lowest rated finale ever on Wednesday – a sad end to the penultimate season of the once dominant FOX staple. Not only was the final show of the season the lowest finale, it was one of the lowest rates episodes of the series ever. The post TV Ratings: ‘American Idol’ Plummets To Lowest Finale Ever appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News and Videos.
(Classic American Idol. Original Judges: Randy, Paula, and Simon) Fox recently announced the upcoming cancellation of the popular singing competition American Idol, leaving many surprised TV viewers to remark "What? It's still showing?!"...Show More Summary
When Fox made the decision to end American Idol just a few short days ago, the network announced they wanted the singing competition to end while it could still go out with a bang. Unfortunately, it looks like we've already hit the whimper stage. Click To Continue Reading
Earlier this week, Fox announced that the next season of American Idol would be its last, and as Jimmy Kimmel noted, it's mostly because no one watches it anymore.
Now that Nick Fradiani has been crowned as the 14th victor on American Idol, the show is gearing up for its final season. Details for this last hurrah have yet to be released, although an official announcement from Fox has pointed to Ryan Seacrest as the host and Jennifer Lopez, Keith Urban and Harry Connick, Jr. as […]
Bonten Media’s Redding ABC affiliate KRCR which operates FOX affiliate KCVU is apologizing to viewers today since they never found out who won American Idol. Viewers of the Redding FOX affiliate saw Ryan Seacrest toss to the final break...Show More Summary
The Fox competition had its lowest rated finale by a wide margin. read more
After more than 14 years on the air, the TV music talent show "American Idol" is finally signing off. The Fox TV network recently announced that they are cancelling the show after its 15th season, which will happen in 2016. Season 15 will bring back the show's current judges, Jennifer Lopez, Keith Urban and Harry Connick Jr as well as its host, Ryan Seacrest.
Ruben Studdard is "Sorry for 2004," but "American Idol" should probably be sorry for every year after that. In recent seasons, ratings for the Fox staple have completely tanked, so it's not surprising that people didn't have much to say when Jimmy Kimmel sent a camera crew out to ask about the finale. That's right, people. Show More Summary
Fox cancels "American Idol," celebrities give their moms love on Mother's Day, Prince releases "Baltimore," and more news.
Speaking backstage at the American Idol Finale Day superstar judge Jennifer Lopez opened up about the news that the talent show is to be cancelled. According to Fox deciding to cancel the hit talent contest was a, “pretty emotional decision,”