Unfortunately, I missed this week's "moment" when James rocked it on “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow”
Color me frustrated, but what parts of the show I did see were pretty good. Carole King has a treasure trove of hits, and the Top 6 delivered well. The folks pictured above seemed - for the most part - to have been thrilled with the evening.
So with such strong performances, who is going home Thursday night? Let us hear it.
9:26 p.m. – James and Jacob want to take it to church with "Something Tells Me I'm Into Something Good."
They appear to be trying to outscreech each other. They serenade Jennifer a bit, but it wasn't great.
Sorry J & J, but I didn't dig it. FULL POST
She may have helped heat up "American Idol," but Jennifer Lopez's career is about to get a little colder. The singer/actress/entrepreneur has just signed on for a role in "Ice Age 4: Continental Drift."
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Lopez will play Shira, a sabre-toothed tiger who melts the heart of fellow sabre-tooth Diego (Dennis Leary).
Besides Lopez, Jeremy Renner has signed on as master of the high seas Gutt, and Wanda Sykes, Drake and Aziz Ansari will also lend their voices to the animated film.
Look at these crazy kids!
We are down to the "American Idol" Top 6, and the theme this week is all about Carole King. Yep, you read that right: Carole King.
What do you want to bet that most of our Top 6 have never even heard of her?
Beyonce wants you to "Move Your Body."
The singer has remixed her song "Get Me Bodied" as part of First Lady Michelle Obama's "Let's Move" campaign. The campaign was developed to deal with the epidemic of childhood obesity with the goal of ending it within a generation.
Beyonce reminded us a bit of Olivia Newton John back in the day as Mrs. Jay-Z gets physical with a group of youngsters in a school cafeteria. Instead of John's colorful leg warmers, Beyonce rocks bright green knee high socks while she leads the kids through an exercise/dance routine. Check out the video:
He may bully Kurt and Blaine on "Glee," but in real life, Karofsky (Max Adler) is just a big old softie.
"Any time I have a scene with Max I can't keep a straight face," Darren Criss, who plays Dalton Academy Warbler Blaine, tells Vulture. "It's impossible."
But Adler isn't the only cutup on set. Criss says that Dot Jones, who plays the imposing Coach Beiste, is also a laugh riot.
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