^Ah so yun pala! Kaya parang si Mariah lang ang galit kay JLo... Si JLo parang di naman galit kay MC...
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^Ah so yun pala! Kaya parang si Mariah lang ang galit kay JLo... Si JLo parang di naman galit kay MC...
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idadagdag ko sana to sa previous post ko
eto yung video
"I don't know her..."
I hope for this season, they shut Jimmy's mouth! He's so biased! He'll choose/suggest a song for the contestants but on the elimination night, he'll be saying they picked the wrong song. I mean, WHAT. THE. HECK. He's the MENTOR. He's supposed to pick the RIGHT SONG for EVERY CONTESTANT. He should be blamed if the judges felt like it's a wrong song choice for them!
Another thing, can't they pick better judges?! Sure Steven Tyler has brought humor to the show but he is INCONSISTENT with his comments. And JLo, man! She's no singer! And can they please put a glue on the judges seats so they won't give standing ovation every-freaking-time?
Ugh. I know I know. I'm hating. But these are just some of my opinions. If they want this show to last longer, they should not mess up this new season. American Idol is on its downfall. The X Factor and The Voice are beasts!
^Kahit naman anong icomment ng judges, wala silang magagawa kung kaunti lanag ang votes sa isang contestant eh
Maski bigyan nila ng S.O. ang isang contestant, hindi pa rin yan safe kaya anong magiging pagkakaiba naman nun
Sa audition at hollywood round lang naman talaga may contribution ang judges...
'American Idol' Season 12 announces small town and online auditions
"American Idol" has announced three new ways to audition for Season 12. The show will embark on the "American Idol Small Town Audition Bus Tour," a 10-town nationwide tour that will give hopefuls who couldn't make it to one of the large audition cities a chance to try out.
The cities are Idaho Falls, ID; Billings, MT; Casper, WY; Rock Rapids, IA; Iowa City, IA; Bowling Green, KY; Clarksdale, MS; Joplin, MO; Dodge City, KA; and Grand Junction, CO. Specific locations and dates to be announced.
"Idol" is also starting the "Nominate an Idol" program, which will let friends and family of individuals they think could be the net American Idol nominate said person in secret by filling out an online form and existing video or URL of their nominee -- they must be singing solo and a capella. The chosen auditions will then be surprised on location by a film crew and given an opportunity to advance to the next round.
Finally, online auditions for Season 12 will be open from Wednesday, Aug. 1 through Tuesday, Aug. 14. Keep checking www. americanidol.com for submission rules and terms and conditions for all of the new ways to audition for "American Idol."
Gosh parang si Quitz na ako!
Spammer ng updates!
American Idol Hosts Auditions for Judges: Will We Get To Decide Who Replaces Jennifer Lopez and Steven Tyler?!
With reports that Mariah Carey is inching closer to cementing a deal with FOX, and Randy Jackson presumably staying put (for now), there’s still one spot left to fill on the judges’ panel of the hit reality competition, American Idol, and filling it won’t be easy. Faced with budget constraints, faltering ratings, and the daunting task of finding a trio with the right “chemistry,” Nigel Lythgoe and company definitely have their work cut out for them ahead of Season 12. So will they be asking for America’s help when it comes to replacing Jennifer Lopez and Steven Tyler?
What better way to boost ratings and make the fans happy than to give them the final say as to who’s going to fill the last chair on the judges’ panel?
It may not be the plan right now, but it’s definitely something that Idol producers will be considering as they weigh their options going into the 12th season of the show.
According to The Wall Street Journal, “dozens” of candidates are being interviewed for the position, which will require the right “mix of star power and credibility.” And of course, someone willing to do the job for a lot less than others have in the past.
Bring on the former contestants!
Fans and Idol alums alike have dropped Carrie Underwood and Adam Lambert‘s names as potential judges, and supposedly, they’re being considered. But will FOX try to capitalize on the stars they created by having us vote on which former American Idol contestant will return as a judge? Should they?
Sana may hurado burado din!
American Idol Hosts: Mariah Carey Close to Sealing $17 Million Deal [Report]
Mariah Carey will almost certainly take a spot on this season's "American Idol" and is close to signing the contract. With the judges being totally revamped this year, the question that remains is who will take the spot as the last judge?
Carey is reportedly close to sealing a whopping $17 million contract, according to various reports. There has been no word from the diva herself regarding her potential new role as an "American Idol" judge.
The last judge has yet to be decided, with legendary diva Aretha Franklin also expressing keen interest in filling the judge's spot.
Read more at http://www.enstarz.com/articles/4437...2I2SgV84jDU.99
pero sa mga nabasa ko diba 17mil din ang hiningi ng camp ni jlo for this season, pero hindi na kinagat ng FOX dahil masyadong mahal na.. pero binigay nila kay mariah? ano kaya un?
pero whatever it is mapa more than 17mil as long as kasali si mariah.. masaya ako
pero kawawang jlo talaga, eh kasi naman every year talaga dapat may increase siya.. from 12mil to 15mil tapos for this season 17mil hiningi niya. paano if pinagbigyan siya ng FOX eh di next season mag 20mil na naman siya>?
Ask lang,magkano ba natanggap ni JLo at Steven sa AI noon?
Nabasa ko din na 100M ang gusto ni Nick for MC sa Idol.Grabe naman.
HALLER American Idol Firends!!
hong toroy toroy naman ng AI! may pasabog na naman!! akala ko lulubog na! Char!
gosh, welcome kay Mariah sa balur ha!!! infer, bonggels siya bilang kapalit ni Lola JLO! Aminin natin, kahit anong singing show sa US bet na bet na kunin yang si Mariah!! At AI pa talaga ang nakasungkit ha!!
kasali pa ba si lolo Randy? gosh, respirator levels na ang kapit niya dyan ha!!
Excited na akez mga vekla!!!!! Thank you sa updates!!
Hang taray ng Mariah!! talagang di nageexist si Jlo for her, diba!! super tango pa siya after, parang sinasabi sa reporter na "twangg eenna mo! magtanong ka pa tungkol kay Jlo, magwawalk out na akez!!"
bet kong may ganyanin siyang contestant, yung ilulublob niya sa putik ang self esteem ng mga feelingero na mag aaudition!! charot!
Mariah Carey's husband Nick Cannon may have boasted that "American Idol" couldn't afford to hire his superstar wife, but apparently he spoke too soon: Monday morning at Fox's Television Critics Association presentation, it was announced that "Idol's" new judge is in fact Mrs. Cannon, aka the one and only Mariah Carey. Call it the Idolization of Mimi, if you will.
Mariah, being the diva that she is, of course didn't appear personally at the TCAs, but Fox Broadcasting Company President of Entertainment Kevin Reilly called her live from Fox's presentation and put her on speakerphone for everyone to hear. "I really can't confirm anything except for one thing," he began, "which is we do in fact have one judge whose deal closed very, very recently. I think it's the biggest recording artist that any of these shows have ever had. It's an artist that many contestants have tried to emulate, have tried to have sung the songs, have tried to have hit the notes, and because it really was concluded only hours ago, our new judge cannot be with us."
He then dialed a phone--and Mariah answered.
"I'm so excited to be joining 'Idol,'" Mariah declared over the line. "First of all, I wanted to be there today. I wish I was there myself to tell you, but it all happened real quickly. I can't wait to get started in a few months. Everyone have a great TCAs, and I'll see you in January. Bye, everybody!"
Deadline.com reports that Mariah will earn a $17 million salary--which may not be the $100 million that Nick (presumably jokingly) claimed his missus deserved, but it's $2 million more than the judge Mariah will presumably replace, Jennifer Lopez, earned. (Nigel Lythoge still seems to think there's a "one percent" chance that J.Lo will come back, but she seems to have at least one Louboutin out the door.) Mariah's reported $17 mill is also $2 million more than another A-list pop star, Britney Spears, will pocket for her first season on "The X Factor." (UPDATE: TMZ reports that Mariah will actually earn $18 million.)
I still strongly advocate that "Idol" producers consider filling at least one open position on the Season 12 judging panel with a seasoned industry expert (like Jimmy Iovine, Quincy Jones...or, for some extra television drama, how about Mariah's ex-husband, music-biz big-wig Tommy Mottola?). And I'm not sure if Mariah, or ANY judge, is really worth $17 or $18 million (sorry, Nick). However, after giving it some thought, I do think that Mariah, who was a pretty decent mentor back in Season 7, could be a valuable addition to the "Idol" cast. Here are five reasons why:
She's one tough broad - Something tells me Mimi won't play nice on "Idol." This is a GOOD thing. After two seasons of J.Lo and Steven Tyler coddling every contestant, telling them they're "beautiful, just beautiful" and breaking out in "goosies" every 30 seconds, it's time for some tough talk on "Idol"--and I can totally imagine Mimi delivering it in her brazen New Yawk accent. I even think Mariah has it in her to be an Omarosa-esque TV villainess, someone who can make Jimmy Iovine look like Ellen DeGeneres...and I say, bring it on.
She can actually sing - Let's face it, Jennifer Lopez was never going to go down in history for her Maria Callas-like belting ability. (The same could be said for Britney, or, come to think of it, original "Idol" judge Paula Abdul.) But Mariah is considered to be one of the greatest voices of her generation, or possibly of all time. So she comes to the panel with some built-in cred.
She'll have chemistry with at least one other judge - Randy Jackson, who recently insisted on "The View" that he is NOT leaving "Idol," is Mariah's manager. (Kevin Reilly stated at the TCAs that Randy was instrumental in orchestrating Mariah's "Idol" deal.) So hopefully their longtime relationship will automatically make Mariah comfortable on the show, and she'll settle into her judging role straight away, with none of the awkwardness most celebrity judges experience when they're first tossed into the "Idol" mix.
She's a DIVA - I assume/hope/pray that the outlandish outfits Mimi will wear on every "Idol" episode will make J.Lo's glamazon gowns and Steven Tyler's rock 'n' roll scarves look like Casey Abrams's pulled-from-the-hamper casual wear. Feathers, fun fur, sequins, hotpants, and lots of pink, pink, pink...Mariah's "Idol" wardrobe just might be the glitziest reality-TV wardrobe this side of "RuPaul's Drag Race," and that alone could boost "Idol's" ratings. Not to mention give me some great costume ideas for Halloween 2013!
She'll fan the reality-war flames - Last year, Mariah was supposed to be a mentor on "The X Factor" at Simon Cowell's house in the south of France, but bad weather caused her flight to be cancelled, and she never showed up. Later, after Paula Abdul and Nicole Scherzinger were fired from "The X Factor" after one season, rumors ran rampant that Simon would hire Mariah on a full-time basis, but this too never happened. Now she's been poached by "Idol" instead, and I bet Simon's arch nemesis, "Idol" executive producer Nigel Lythgoe, is feeling mighty smug right about now. Will Simon retaliate in some way? I sure hope so. Pass the popcorn, please.
Do you think Mariah will be a good "American Idol" judge? And who should join her and Randy on the panel? Feel free to leave your comments below.