First, let me start by saying I want Scotty and Lauren to go to prom together.
I just think they look adorable standing next to each other.
But back to what we came here for. They both turned in really strong performances tonight. FULL POST
8:57 p.m. – Welcome back to David Cook, who sings his version of "Don't You Forget About Me."
Now I'm going to have to go watch "Breakfast Club" for like the 157th time.
8:53 p.m. – Jennifer says it's a tight race while Randy goes ahead and calls it for Lauren.
She shakes her head looking at Scotty, probably because she knows Scotty's probably got the tween girl vote on lock.
We will find out tomorrow night! FULL POST
The 56th annual Drama Desk Awards, a leading precursor of the all-important Tony Awards, were handed out Monday night in New York City with “The Book of Mormon” once again continuing its dominance.
The critically acclaimed musical from the creators of “South Park” nabbed five awards, including ones for best musical, lyrics, music, director and orchestrations.
Also taking home five awards was the revival of Cole Porter’s “Anything Goes,” including an honor for best musical revival and one for its lead actress, Sutton Foster. “The Normal Heart” and “Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo,” starring Robin Williams, each won two awards, while British import “War Horse” won the award for best play.
The live-action adaptation of “Battleship” is only "loosely" based on the Hasbro game, but the writers of “Candy Land” are really trying to think outside of the box.
Although the board game is easy enough for kids who can't read, the writers are aiming to create something more action-packed.
“We envision it as ‘Lord of the Rings,’ but set in the world of candy,” co-writer Jonathan Aibel, who’s penning the script along with fellow “Kung Fu Panda 2” scribe Glenn Berger, told Entertainment Weekly.
They better sing it like they mean it.
Lauren Alaina and Scotty McCreery have one last chance to impress the judges and "Idol" voters tonight in part one of the season's finale.
The pair - shown on Monday with "Idol" producer Simon Fuller, who received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame - have come a long way. FULL POST
Oh Lord, the Bible is being turned into a miniseries.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, reality TV producer Mark Burnett will be helming the series, which will be a "five-part, 10-hour scripted docu-drama with live-action and state-of-the-art CG" to air on the History Channel.
"This is probably the most important book in mankind, regardless of your beliefs or religious affiliation," History president and general manager Nancy Dubuc told THR. "This series will bring the historical stories of the Bible to life for a new generation."
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