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.
We now have gone directly from our Top 11 to our Top 9.
Your thoughts on the two who have been sent home?
8:58 p.m. – This is it.
The contestant who is safe is ... (drum roll please).
It's a big night tonight on "American Idol."
Not one, but two contestants will head home, since the judges used their save last week to keep Casey Abrams.
Who, oh who will it be? Was Casey saved only to be sent packing this week? Has time run out for Naima, who is a stronger performer than she is a singer? Was Haley's close-out performance Wednesday night strong enough to keep her around?
NBC and Betty White are together again. The network that hosted "Golden Girls" for seven seasons has given White's new hidden-camera reality show the green light.
The 89-year-old actress will host and executive produce the 12-episode series, which is being called "Betty White's Off Their Rockers," but that's a working title. The show is based on an award-winning European program called “Benidorm Bastards" that was originally produced in Belgium.
According to a statement, “Betty White's Off Their Rockers” will follow “a band of seven senior citizens who make it their mission to play pranks on unsuspecting younger people."
Her physique has become her trademark, but even Kim Kardashian has her body issues — or so claims kid sister Khloe in the new issue of Cosmopolitan Middle East.
"Kim, who I think is flawless, is always complaining," Khloe tells the magazine. "She complains about cellulite and I tell her, 'I'll trade your cellulite for my love handles.'"
And while Khloe says she can take the criticism that comes with the media focusing on her weight, she admits that sometimes it does bring her down.
After his dramatic turn as a troubled teen on "CSI," Justin Bieber is looking to lighten up by starring in a new comedy with Ashton Kutcher.
According to the L.A. Times, the singer is planning to star in "What Would Kenny Do?", a story about a 17-year-old who encounters a hologram of a man (Kutcher) who claims to be a 30-something version of him. The hologram then helps the boy navigate the turbulent waters of high school.
But Beliebers beware: The adult-humored film — which is expected to shoot next year — is currently aiming for an R rating.
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