Singer Mariah Carey has increased security in the wake of her “American Idol” feud with Nicki Minaj. The “Obsessed” songstress revealed to Barbara Walters in an interview with ABC News that she was concerned about her safety after Nicki allegedly made comments about a gun.As auditions for the new “American Idol” season got underway in October, there was tension between the two women. One tiff was caught on camera (watch below), and Mariah has publicly claimed that after the row several people heard the "Pink Friday" singer say, "If I had a gun, I would shoot that bitch."
“America’s Got Talent” host Nick Cannon was joined by wife Mariah Carey and their adorable 1-year-old twins in Santa Monica over the weekend, as he hosted the official launch of Safe Communications Kuboo.com, an internet safe zone for kids and the entire family.
The she-said/she-said battle between “American Idol” judges Nicki Minaj and Mariah Carey continued Thursday -- with “The View’s” Barbara Walters weighing in.
“American Idol” judge Keith Urban weighed in on the Nicki Minaj and Mariah Carey feud on Wednesday at the New York Film Festival premiere of “Paperboy.”
The country singer, who was in the middle of the two sparring judges during a heated argument, told “Extra” he felt like "the UN.” Wife Nicole Kidman chimed in, calling him “Switzerland.”
Singers Nicki Minaj and Mariah Carey got into a verbal battle royale at the "American Idol" auditions in Charlotte, North Carolina on Tuesday. In a video obtained by TMZ, Nicki hurls threats and obscenities at Mariah.
Daughtry’s new music video, “Start of Something Good,” is making its worldwide debut right here on “Extra”!
“We are two days in, and I’m loving it!” he told Mario. “I did a season of ‘The Voice’ in Australia and also did several singing competitions for TV when I was very young. I’ve been on both sides, so I hope I can deliver with a bit of empathy.”
Watch more from our interview with Urban and wife Nicole Kidman, nominated for her turn in “Hemingway & Gellhorn”!
The "American Idol" judges panel, which includes country man Keith Urban, vet Randy Jackson and pop stars Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj, is already exploding with diva drama, reports TMZ.