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 can read some of your minds.
Now that Casey Abrams has been eliminated, I bet a few of you are questioning whether the judges threw away their save.
Admit it, some of you are still bitter that they weren't able to use it for Pia, because they had earlier saved Casey. It's OK, we can be honest here. FULL POST
8:58 p.m. - Seacrest says "This is what talent looks like" before we get sung out.
We knew it was only a matter of time, but I still don't think I was ready. FULL POST
"The Social Network" star Armie Hammer is Hollywood's latest "It" boy. After landing the role of Prince Charming in the upcoming live-action "The Brothers Grimm: Snow White" movie, Hammer is being eyed to play the title character in "The Lone Ranger."
Ryan Gosling was initially in talks to portray the masked Texas ranger in director Gore Verbinksi's update on the classic character.
According to The Wrap, Gosling is now out of the running, and Hammer—who played the Winklevoss twins in "The Social Network"—is circling the role. Johnny Depp is already on board as the Lone Ranger's sidekick, Tonto.
Remember this scene from last week?
Well, get ready for another farewell on "American Idol" tonight. Someone has to leave to make room for the Top 5, and I have a sneaking suspicion that the first curse might kick in tonight.
Critics may not have loved it, but viewers certainly do: NBC’s new singing competition “The Voice” is posting strong ratings.
The show, which features Cee Lo Green, Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton as coaches, drew 11.8 million viewers overall with Tuesday night’s premiere.
Despite competition from "Glee" and "Dancing With the Stars," "The Voice" still came out on top as the No.1 show being watched among adults 18-49.
Demi Moore has landed the deal of a Lifetime—the actress is set to executive-produce three new series for the network.
According to The Wrap, Moore's just-inked agreement calls for her to produce two new scripted dramas for the women's channel as well as a talk show.
The latter, called "The Conversation," will be based on a Web series hosted by British personality Amanda de Cadanet, who will chat with "some of the world’s most famous women to discuss topics universal to all women," says Lifetime.
Moore, who previously produced the "Austin Powers" movies and HBO's "If These Walls Could Talk," says she hopes "The Conversation" will provide an outlet "where women feel that they are no longer on the ‘outside looking in’ but are there connecting from the ‘inside out!’"
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