Adam gets out-screeched!
We consulted his 2007 autobiography, 'Slash,' for clues.
Only Governor Paterson has lower approval numbers.
"I said, 'No, I won't be doing that ... And by the way, where's my award?'"
He's the first contestant in the show's history to be voted off an incredible three times.
Paula Abdul is interviewed in the movie, though she genuinely thought she was being questioned for a real documentary by an authentic gay Austrian fashionista.
Apart from a couple of performances, last night's episode was easily the most boring, skippable one of the season so far.
Actually, tonight is "Rat Pack" night — but Jamie Foxx will be the celebrity mentor, for some inexplicable reason.
Lil Rounds, we hardly knew ya.
Rupert Murdoch better start preparing to empty his pocketbooks.
Or, how 'American Idol' could learn a thing or two from 'Britain's Got Talent.'
Never again will we know the hilarious thrill of seeing a contestant humiliated twice.
"Let me just see you do it one more time with your hands in your pockets — no hand gestures."
Also, Peaches Geldof steps out in clown makeup. WHY.
You've got to hand it to her — it is a clever way to trick people into paying off her campaign debt.
Has America condoned a funk cover of a Don Henley song?
Now that Adam Lambert seems to have this thing locked up, who will he destroy on this season's finale?
Constantine raps with Vulture about post-'Idol' life, his own eighties idols, and performing before an audience allowed to drink.
Because it made for one of the most worthwhile 'American Idol' episodes ever.