"Extra’s" Terri Seymour sat down exclusively with “The Voice’s” Christina Aguilera and her new team mentor, Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong.Christina talks for the first time about the pop diva face-off on primetime with "American Idol's" Mariah Carey and "X-Factor's" Britney Spears, unlikely Team Xtina mentor Armstrong and her ongoing sparring with fellow judge Adam Levine.
“Extra’s” Terri Seymour spoke with “American Idol” Executive Producer Nigel Lythgoe at the FOX Television Critics Association press tour, commenting on Mariah Carey’s $18-million deal to join “Idol.”
FOX announced Monday superstar Mariah Carey has inked a deal to become a judge on “American Idol” when it returns in January 2013.
“As a singer, songwriter and producer, it’s going to be fun and rewarding to help find new talent and give back with ‘American Idol,’” said Carey. “I’m currently in the studio working on my new album and its first single, ‘Triumphant,’ which will be out early next month. I can’t wait to channel my creative energy as a part of this show which is a massive global phenomenon.”
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The “American Idol” judging panel is having one heck of a day!
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Stars at the BET Awards dedicated a touching tribute to Whitney Houston on Sunday, including a performance by her mother, gospel singer Cissy Houston.