When one door closes, an entire house full of french doors open. At least that’s the lesson that 14-year-old Rachel Crow just learned. More
Topic: x factor
• Tiger Woods’ ex-mistress is pregnant. (Celeb Dirty Laundry)
• Check out X Factor’s top twelve contestants. (Hollywood Hiccups)
• Justin Bieber’s balls have officially dropped. (Have U Heard)
• A very pregnant Jennifer Garner out with her husband. (Lainey Gossip)
• Michael Jackson had been addicted to Demerol. (Celeb Dirty Laundry)
• Snooki interviewed by Beavus and Butthead. (Have U Heard)
Although American Idol has made some huge changes during its ten seasons on the air, there’s no denying that its popularity has made a huge shift in pop culture. While talent-based competition shows are certainly nothing new (remember Star Search?), the massive success of Idol bled over into other TV shows and even movies. Call it the Idol effect. More
Although Cheryl Cole is arguably the biggest star in the UK, her attempt to cross over to America has not worked out. Though she was tapped to be one of the four judges on the US version of X Factor (which she was a judge on in England), TMZ announced today that Cole was let go and is being replaced with Nicole Scherzinger, aka the Pussycat Doll who can actually sing. The reason that Cheryl lost the gig? Reportedly, it was because her distinct “Geordie” accent was too hard to understand. More
Don’t worry, you didn’t miss a sneak preview episode of The X Factor or a stealthy appearance on American Idol. Simon Cowell is my Boyfriend Of The Week because I miss him. Because his absence on the TV has left a hole in my heart that’s as black and as true as his sense of humor.
Today, the Fox network sent out an email notifying people that Simon Cowell‘s X Factor database had been hacked. All together, information about 250,000 applicants for the show – including full names, hometowns, and birth dates – was stolen. It’s not clear whether the entrants were from the UK edition, the US edition, or both, but either way, contestants from the show should be careful about potential identity theft. More
Earlier this week, Simon Cowell announced that he wants to hire Cheryl Cole as one of the judges for his soon-to-be-launched US edition of X Factor. Though Cheryl is a huge star in the UK, she’s pretty much an unknown in the States. Though landing such a high profile gig will definitely help her become well-known in America, Lainey Gossip points out that the single fastest way for Cheryl to land magazine covers is to get herself into a high-profile relationship. More
Cheryl Cole is possibly the biggest star in Britain right now, but she’s not very well known in the States. That should all change soon, though, as she’s heading to the US to be a judge on X Factor, the American edition of Simon Cowell‘s megahit talent show. So what do you need to know about Cheryl? More
Celeb Says Horrible Things About Farrah Abraham - Then Gets Attacked For It
Source: The Stir
Kourtney Kardashian's Ex Claims He Is Mason's Father And Demands Paternity Test
Source: Celeb Dirty Laundry
Stars That Have Been Caught Posing Naked
Proof That The End Is Near For Rob Pattinson And Kristen Stewart
Source: The Stir
Bruce Jenner Demands Divorce After Kris Jenner Caught Nude With Old Lover
Source: Celeb Dirty Laundry
One of Simon Cowell‘s young British protegees is in a bit of hot water today, after news came out that she might have broken the eligibility rules to be an X Factor participant. It turns out that contestant Katie Waissel may have taped some vocals for one of our favorite young singers, David Reed. The track in question is “Moving Mountains,” which David once played for Crushable live. The track was recorded over a year ago, but X Factor rules state that contestants cannot have an outstanding recording contract.
The producers supposedly paid a lot of money to get that track buried. Which means they may have known about her recording contract and tried to get her on the show anyhow. If Katie doesn’t get kicked off, it may be Simon Cowell who has a lot of explaining to do.
Is dressing like the band you’ve gone to see better or worse than wearing that band’s t-shirt? Debatable, unless your costume is so terrible the merch table’s giving shirts away just to cover you up. The photo above shows a gang of Lady Gaga fans accosting X-Factor judge and music mogul Louis Walsh after a concert. Perhaps you had trouble discerning that. Maybe, like us, you thought this was a photo of some gal pals dressed, respectively, as Susan Boyle, Wonder Woman, Dr. Strangelove, Britney Spears and Gene Simmons? With Halloween so close we can taste it (Milky Ways, candy corn, poor decisions), here are the most important Gaga-costuming lessons this photo has taught us: More
Ex-Spice Girl Mel B says she’s “too busy” to be a judge on American Idol … unlike expected shoo-in Jennifer Lopez.
If you’re a fan of the X Factor, you may already know about Jedward, the Irish brothers (John Paul Henry Daniel Richard Grimes and Edward Peter Anthony Kevin Patrick Grimes, woof) whose poppy covers and blond Ed Westwick-y charm didn’t … More
I don’t watch X-Factor but I hear about it regularly and I’ve caught clips on YouTube when people have directed me to specific performances. Two contestants – twin brothers from Dublin – named John and Edward did a cover of … More