April 29th, 2009
09:24 PM ET

Top 5: Where am I?

Adam is in the bottom three, but I cannot even fathom that he could go home.

Adam Lambert

Oh Adam, you never, ever pick what group you should be in. You are supposed to plop your booty down on the stage and refuse to choose.

Now look what you have gone and done. You've messed with the universe and ended up in the bottom three!


Filed under: television
April 29th, 2009
09:20 PM ET

Top 5: 'Idol' birthdays and results

Who comes up with these ideas?

Did we really need to watch the remaining contestants make a cake and have a food fight?

I wonder who had to clean that up?

We find out when Danny gets a late birthday gift - the $6,000 bill to clean up. Seriously, for some icing on the kitchen floor?

On to the results.

The whole gang is taken center stage.

Matt is up first and is sent stage right. Danny, who doesn't want to say whose performances he has been studying (I bet it's Adam!) is sent stage left, where Allison soon joins him.

Kris is sent to stand next to Matt, leaving Adam in the center. And of course Adam has to pick which group and he picks Allison and Danny and he picks wrong.

WHAT?! Kris, Matt and Adam are in the bottom three?!

Color me stunned!


Filed under: Uncategorized
April 29th, 2009
09:08 PM ET

Top 5: For once I agree with Simon, sorta

Simon thinks this is a wide open competition and I have to say I think he's right.

I disagree that everyone sounded great last night.

The gang sings "It Don't Mean a Thing" and "I've Got Rhythm" and Matt sounds in much better form than he did last night.

The group performance is not as annoying to me tonight as it usually is, but there's a bit of a disconnect in seeing them perform classic songs in modern dress. And is Adam wearing a brooch?


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April 29th, 2009
09:02 PM ET

Top 5: Who is going home?

** SPOILER ALERT: Wednesday night’s blog will eventually reveal the contestant leaving the show. Do not visit the final entry of the blog if you do not want to know the results. **

As we get closer to crowning the next "American Idol," it gets way more difficult for me to imagine who is going home.

The show just started and I can feel the excitement in the audience air through the television.

The spin camera made me dizzy and all the dramatic lighting made me almost think they were about to beam Ryan up, but it's all good.

Here we go!

April 29th, 2009
05:51 PM ET

Watch 'American Idol' results show with CNN.com

Tuesday night's "American Idol" performances were great for the most part, but alas, one of the contestants will be going home.

Top five

Someone didn't make the cut after singing songs inspired by the Rat Pack era - and we can't wait to see who sang their swan song! There could be high drama as the competition gets more intense.

Tune in tonight and watch with CNN.com’s Lisa Respers France, who will be blogging live during the show. Scheduled performers include "American Idol" winner Taylor Hicks, Tuesday night's mentor Jamie Foxx and the legendary Natalie Cole.

Post your comments below, or head over to iReport to share videos of your thoughts about the results show.

Your comment or video may appear on CNN!

–Lisa Respers France, CNN.com writer

April 29th, 2009
12:50 PM ET

Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick expecting twins via surrogate

Representatives of Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick released this statement to Showbiz Tonight;

"Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick are happily anticipating the birth of their twin daughters later this summer with the generous help of a surrogate. The entire family is overjoyed."


Filed under: Sarah Jessica Parker
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