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.
Were you correct?
Tonight's elimination was not a shocker at all. I predicted it earlier, and judging by last night's comments on this blog, lots of you did, too.
So do I even need to ask the question? FULL POST
8:57 p.m. – Jacob leaves us tonight by singing some Luther Vandross.
As he sings "A House Is Not a Home," I am reminded of how much I loved him in the beginning.
Some of us will miss you Mantasia. Fare thee well, Jacob. FULL POST
There, I've said it. I think Jacob Lusk is going home tonight on "American Idol." Not that I haven't thoroughly enjoyed Jacob's voice. He's an amazing singer.
But I feel like he's turned off more than a few voters with some of his comments, and his Wednesday night performance of "No Air" was nothing to write home about.
If there's one word that's synonymous with "Community," it's "paintball."
Last season's episode involving a paintball war remains one of the most popular in the show's history, and the moment it really started to gain a following of devoted viewers who can't wait to see which unexpected direction the show will go in next.
"Community's" two-part season finale starts tonight, and it includes special guest star Josh Holloway, best known as Sawyer from "Lost," in his first role after the hit series ended last year.
Cameron Diaz has a new movie coming out called “The Bad Teacher,” but she is causing some serious controversy for what she said in a new Maxim magazine interview.
Cammy D. says marriage is a dying institution, adding, "I think we have to make our own rules. I don't think we should live our lives in relationships based off of old traditions that don't suit our world any longer.”
I can’t say that I agree but I think she makes some very interesting points and I’m sure there are plenty of people who agree with her. The nice thing is, no one says you have to get married. What do you think? Post below.
The creative duo behind "Catfish" are back with another project.
Variety reports that Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman have been tapped to direct "Paranormal Activity 3." The pair helmed the highly buzzed about documentary, which starred Schulman's brother, Yaniv, and are now turning their attention to the very successful horror franchise.
According to Variety, Paramount is planning to release "Paranormal Activity 3" on October 21.
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