SPOILER ALERT – Tonight's "Idol" blog will reveal who is leaving the competition, so please don't read if you don't want to know.
I'm trying to type through the tears.
The judges saved Casey, and his appreciation was so genuine that it moved me. He deserves to still be in the competition.
And great news for fans: There will be a Top 11 tour this summer instead of a Top 10. What a crazy, insane and beautiful night.
What do we think caused Casey to get such a low number of votes this week? Are you happy with the result? Did the judges use the save too soon?
Let us know your thoughts.
8:59 p.m. – Casey starts to sing and barely gets into the song before they stop him and the judges save him!
Casey starts shaking and breaks down. He can't believe it! We can't believe it! He grasps the judges hands with a shake before running to hug his parents.
Child stars turned designers Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen have had a lifetime of memorable moments together — even when they're apart.
"Some of our memories are shared," Mary-Kate explains in Vogue magazine. "We don't know what actually happened to whom. One of us was stung by a bee, but we can't remember who, because we both felt it."
They both also felt the call to transition from "Full House" into fashion design. "We had a collection with Walmart at 12, which was the upper tier of the tween market. It was before celebrity designers," says Ashley. Adds Mary-Kate, "And we were really designing it. It would be jeans, a bit bohemian, or with a little blazer. It was really fashion-forward."
You think you’re Elizabeth Taylor’s biggest fan? Maybe, but Kim Kardashian’s giving you a run for your money.
The reality star had the chance to interview the Hollywood legend before her passing for Harper’s Bazaar, and was beside herself with excitement.
“I am a huge Elizabeth Taylor nerd, as will now become clear,” she revealed in the interview, during which she asks the actress for advice on how to be more like her and how to be a queen – as well as sneaking in a request for Dame Taylor to follow her on Twitter.
Yep. That's who I think is going home tonight.
Don't get me wrong, I dig Haley and her voice. Yet something in me says that America just hasn't grabbed a hold of the petite chanteuse in big enough numbers to help her survive the cut tonight.
I've already called my bottom three as Haley, Paul and Naima, and out of those three my money is on Haley to not make the tour bus. While my heart says Naima should go (sorry Naima fans), she may have gotten extra points for the stronger singing and dance moves on Wednesday night.
After a fleeting glimpse of the movie on Super Bowl Sunday, fans finally got a look at the full trailer for "Captain America: The First Avenger" when it was released by Marvel Comics and Paramount Pictures on Wednesday.
Hardcore fans of the comic book, which dates back to 1941, will be pleased to know that the movie follows the character's origin story very closely.
Casual viewers might be astonished to see how it plays out: Steve Rogers, a short, skinny World War II recruit, is transformed (with the help of Stanley Tucci and Tommy Lee Jones) into a muscular "super-soldier" who becomes Captain America.
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