No, not Obama.
No, not Obama.
It is time for our results, delivered in a one-hour show built around four seconds of action.
We wish they’d give up the pretense and just say: Tonight’s theme is “Songs.”
With signs of singing-competition fatigue, Glee fading, and House ending, the network needs fresh hits.
Before they announce their new schedule, let's look at how the Peacock might just have crawled into second-to-last-place. Small victories!
We look at nine series that have lasted ten seasons or more (Survivor, Bachelor, Project Runway ... ) and gauge how much longer they've got.
Someone gets kicked off, but not before performances by Coldplay and Carrie Underwood.
Plus: Chloë Moretz still regrets her first words to Johnny Depp, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
We saw last night's episode live from the Idoldome and, let us tell you, it's like a completely different show in there.
"He should kick my ass."
An American Idol in Staten Island. Who could've imagined?
We will spend the next few weeks in the stage I call The Purging of the People You Knew Couldn’t Win.
Our top six rock the songs of Queen.
Despite all his elbow-rubbing with NBC, he's sticking with Fox's hit.
And other fun facts from his unauthorized biography.
Also, thoughts on the destructiveness of LMFAO.
We weren't really expecting last night's Idol to start with a T.S. Eliot quote.
Jennifer Hudson and James Durbin stop by. No one acknowledges that neither won their seasons.
Dave Holmes recaps this week's episode from a gay bar in New Orleans.
“Who’s the best singer in the federation?” Good question.
And this is why you shouldn't choose "Master Blaster" as your "Save Me" song.
Did anyone else notice how crazy Ryan Seacrest was acting last night?
The producers, judges, and host of American Idol seem genuinely surprised at how good last night was.
Tonight’s mentor has become your high school drama teacher.
Tonight's elimination: Some serious bullshit.