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.
Tonight on ‘American Idol,’ soul man Joshua Ledet was challenged to sing a song from the ’80s, and even though the 19-year-old powerhouse wasn’t even alive in this era, he nailed Simply Red’s cover of ’If You Don’t Know Me by Now,’ which was a hit for the English band back in 1989.
Ledet admitted to being “spoiled” by his family back at home, but he seemed all man and not a bit mama’s boy tonight during his incredibly performance.
Teenage ‘American Idol‘ contestant Hollie Cavanagh performed Carrie Underwood‘s hit ‘Jesus Take the Wheel’ on tonight’s episode, where contestants were challenged to pick a song by their own personal idol. While the Texas native put her heart and soul into the performance, the judges had mixed feelings about her rendition of Underwood’s song.
Tonight on ‘American Idol,’ Colton Dixon opened the show with an incredibly emotional rendition of Lifehouse’s ‘Everything,’ which the teary-eyed crooner cited as his “favorite worship song of all time.” It was a great pick for Dixon, especially considering the remaining nine contestants were tasked with choosing songs from their own personal idols for tonight’s episode.
If it wasn’t already copyrighted, we would suggest that the guys from the Wanted change their name to ‘America’s Most Wanted.’ According to the Daily Mail, the ‘Glad You Came’ quintet were recently detained by police officers while shooting a new video in Los Angeles.
Beyonce is returning to the big screen! Blue Ivy‘s mama has reportedly signed on with Sony Pictures for a film a project that will be written, produced and directed by ‘Glee’ co-creator Ryan Murphy (who is also recruiting ‘Glee‘ collaborators Brad Falchuk and Ian Brennan for the script).
Britney Spears is apparently such a fan of ‘X Factor,’ that she wants to become a judge on the show! A source close to Spears spoke to Us Weekly about the singer’s hopes to give her two cents on the judge’s panel on Simon Cowell‘s singing competition.
The 2012 Grammy Awards were chock full of amazing performances, with Bruno Mars opening the show with a vivacious, dance-filled performance of his song ‘Runaway.’ Alicia Keys paid homage to the late Etta James, while fellow soulful diva Jennifer Hudson gave an outstanding tribute performance to Whitney Houston, who died just one night before the 2012 Grammys. Adele made her comeback with a rousing performance of ‘Rolling in the Deep,’ while Chris Brown was also welcomed back with open arms after performing ‘Turn Up the Music’ and ‘Beautiful People.’
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