Let us know who you think needs to have a serious talk with their stylist tomorrow.
"I thought it would be fun, and it's more fun than I thought it would be," says J.Lo.
The show will cut out a round and add new challenges, like making a music video.
"Who knows, maybe we'll do a movie about the princes next."
Plus: Judd Apatow is so not punk rock.
Plus: ABC picks up dramatic comedy produced by J.Lo.
Three reasons to worry.
It's J.Lo, Steven Tyler, and Randy Jackson.
Her deal is for "a little more than $12 million" and, interestingly, is only for one year.
She asked for $15 million, but she'll take $12 million.
She's "in the final stages of negotiations," says TMZ.
According to James Hibberd's "two sources near the talks," Steven Tyler is all signed up.
She may be the J.Lo replacement. Or maybe not.
Not too impressive.
"Her demands got out of hand" and "Fox had just had enough."
Reports say Lopez agreed to a deal this week.
How the 40- and 47-year-old's "down with the kids" ploy fell flat.
J.Lo's leftovers may be Boyle's reward.
More photos from the red carpet and party scene at Cannes.
Plus: Taylor Momsen has basically made the greatest album ever, claims Taylor Momsen.
A step-by-step video primer to the onscreen yuk-filled version of the painful, confusing, joyful miracle of life.
First the online leak, and now marketing data predicts a terrible opening weekend.
Now here is something we bet Jennifer Lopez does not have a backup plan for!
Plus George Will congratulates himself, on our regular late-night roundup.