Which new changes are we most excited about?
Plus: Everyone's talking about Lil Wayne.
Hint: It might be time to invest in a second Snuggie.
Archuleta's No. 2, but Cook could only manage an embarrassing No. 3.
All those coming in contact with the album should be advised that it contains high levels of dour post-grunge, middling radio rock, and pitchy caterwauling.
At a ceremony last night, Clinton 'was treated to a rendition of 'The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face' by David Cook,' reports the 'Post.'
Plus, Graydon Carter shows astonishing humility and Mark Ronson tells a wacky tale … in today's gossip roundup.
Don't worry! It won't get stuck in your head.
This is a travesty.
Ah, the last week in August, a magical time of year when we publish the hopeful ramblings of actors, musicians, and homeless crazy people in lieu of actual news.
In the wake of David Cook's baffling victory, the show is increasing its critical component.
Wronged 'American Idol' runner-up David Archuleta may have lost out to balder, pitchier competition on the show, but he's having revenge on the 'Billboard' singles chart.
Lythgoe announced yesterday that he's vacating his lucrative, easy position as 'Idol''s executive producer, for some crazy reason.
With still no word yet on a record from Cook, Archuleta's wonderful first single debuted on the radio this morning.
Last night, on 'Canadian Idol,' an idiot in a vest sang 'Dancing in the Street.'
The oft-pitchy 'American Idol' winner has just signed an endorsement deal with Skechers. What will his shoe look like?