“Extra’s” AJ Calloway caught up with “America’s Got Talent” host Nick Cannon to get the latest on his wife Mariah Carey’s recovery from a shoulder injury incurred while filming a music video on July 7th.
Singer Mariah Carey was taken to a NYC hospital late Sunday after dislocating her shoulder.
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.
Sugary sweet Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon renewed vows on their five-year anniversary at the Happiest Place on Earth, California’s Disneyland, after the park closed on Tuesday night, reports the Daily Mail.
Singer Jennifer Lopez has opened up for the first time about rumors that producers want her to replace Mariah Carey on “American Idol.”
UPDATE: Nick Cannon reacted to the rumors on Wednesday, telling “Extra’s” Terri Seymour, “I haven’t heard that, but I think my wife is so focused on the future, what she is doing with her new album. She has such a good time with this show. Some people do it because that’s all they have, she did it because she thought it would be fun. If she continues to do it, I think she’s going to be great and if not, who knows.”
The Hollywood Reporter broke the story, claiming “American Idol” producers allegedly tried to revive the show by replacing Mariah Carey with former judge Jennifer Lopez. Sources told the mag that Carey’s team killed the plan by threatening litigation, however, show insiders say the entire story is bogus.