Superstar singer Jennifer Lopez is reportedly returning as an “American Idol” judge.
A source told People.com that Lopez is "very close to signing a deal with FOX to return to ‘American Idol’ next season. Both FOX and Jennifer are very happy about this and want it to happen very much.”
Could Paula Abdul be the next full-time judge to join “So You Think You Can Dance”? “Extra’s” Terri Seymour caught up with Abdul after her guest gig on the show.
“I don’t ever consider anything when I’m asked these hypothetical questions because truly it’s in the moment, I had a really wonderful time,” said Paula.
“Extra” caught up with Nigel Lythgoe at Purity Vodka’s 3rd Annual Broadcast Critics' Choice Awards, where he talked about being fired as executive producer of “American Idol.”
Lopez smiled, “I don’t know, we’ll see. I’m always open to all the infinite possibilities that the universe has to offer, so you never know.”
Check out the interview!
FOX confirmed over the weekend that "Idol" executive producer Nigel Lythgoe and executive producer Ken Warwick would not be returning next season, which follows the exits of judges Mariah Carey, Randy Jackson and Nicki Minaj. Seacrest, however, says he will return as host.
The big shakeup at “American Idol” continued when longtime show producer Nigel Lythgoe confirmed the rumors that he, too, is leaving the singing competition show.
Lythgoe took to his Twitter account to deliver the news, writing, “Just had 10 days in the Bahamas, rain every day. I get back to the States and get fired. Sad! Monday we choose our top 20. I'll smile again.”
Ace Young and Diana DeGarmo are married! The “American Idol” finalists tied the knot in a wedding ceremony at the Luxe Sunset Boulevard hotel in Los Angeles, reports People.
"Today was the best day of my life," Young, 32, told the mag. "Diana and I are in it forever. She's my best friend."
Three judges down… one to go? With yesterday’s announcements that Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj are officially not returning to “American Idol” next season, and Randy Jackson’s previously announced exodus, where does that leave remaining judge Keith Urban?
After weeks of speculation, it looks like singing superstar Mariah Carey will not be returning to “American Idol” next season.