“Extra’s” Jerry Penacoli caught up with touring country star Keith Urban backstage in Tampa Bay, where the singer talked about wife Nicole Kidman’s paparazzo knock-down, and the Season 13 judges of “American Idol."
Urban discussed the tour name, set list, mixing old and new technology and camaraderie on the road.
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Urban’s seventh studio album "Fuse" has taken the top spot on both the US and Canadian pop and country charts this week, marking a first for the three-time Grammy Award winner. Urban will also be returning to the “American Idol” judging panel in January!
After months of speculation, FOX has announced what we already knew; judges Jennifer Lopez, Harry Connick, Jr. and Keith Urban will be “American Idol’s” Season XIII dream team.
Reports continued to surface over the weekend saying that superstar Jennifer Lopez will return as an “American Idol” judge.People.com last week 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.”
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.”
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?
“American Idol” judge Keith Urban claims he’s in the dark about the future of the show, just like the rest of us.Associated Press. "I'm pretty much in the same boat as everybody else here with the rumors that have been floating around. I don't know anything more about what's happening next season."
The competition heated up on “American Idol” Wednesday night as the sudden death rounds began in Las Vegas. Ten contestants took the stage, but only five made it through to the upcoming Hollywood sing-off.
Judge Mariah Carey told “Extra's" Terri Seymour, “I hated having to let certain people go. It’s so hard.”