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.
No makeup? No problem for Mariah Carey. The singer shared a fresh-faced photo on Instagram and looks simply radiant.caption reads, “Love to all the lambily!!! #WWLD.”
Take a look, plus find out what her twins, Monroe and Moroccan, think about it!
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Carey told “Extra's” Terri Seymour, “Somebody stepped on the back of the dress on the way here so I changed into a Monique Lhuillier moment."
Mariah Carey was literally busting out of her body-hugging cream dress at a concert in Atlanta last Saturday, making her the latest “American Idol” judge to suffer a nip slip wardrobe malfunction.
Check out the photo at Us Weekly!
“American Idol” judge Nicki Minaj is blasting plastic surgery rumors, telling “Extra’s” Renee Bargh, “I’ve never had surgery on my face.”The “Pink Friday” singer credits cosmetics for her ever-changing look, explaining, “When people see my makeup they think all types of crazy things that I'm doing to my skin, but it's makeup.”
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.”
Jackson explained, “What it means is that 10 people sing and five people have to go that night.” Carey added, “What they're up against is incredibly difficult, and I don't envy them because I like had to learn how to perform on TV, you know, on ‘Arsenio Hall.’”