The Green Day singer has agreed to a mentor role on “The Voice,” while the country star has declined a judging role on “Idol.”
With Mariah Carey confirmed as one of the replacement judges, reports have “Idol” considering going country with their second choice.
Cowell said Mariah Carey might be too sweet. This is a dis now, apparently. OK.
Congratulations, news cycle. You have truly outdone yourself.
The diva fills one-half of the judging hole for the upcoming season, following the departures of J. Lo and Steven Tyler.
The changing of the guard is complete with the first Emmy nod for “The Voice,” and the first snub for “Idol” in a decade.
Reports say that the show is looking to scale back, meaning replacements for Steven and J. Lo might come on the cheap.
Following heavy speculation, the former judge officially breaks up with the reality show and its host after two seasons.
The FOX mayhem continues as the show’s OG could be on his way out. Hey, Steven Tyler started a trend!
The Aerosmith front man wants to get back to his first love. ERMAHGERD! And here we thought J. Lo was the problem.
Will she stay or will she go now? Does anyone know for sure?
That’s a lot of pop on the judges’ panel. Or at least the guest mentors’ panel.
The reported shakeup of the trio of “American Idol” judge positions has lead to rumors of Glambert involvement.
The runner-up will appear on season 4 of the show.
Let’s face it: Idol loves its White Guys With Guitars. Based on hours of scientific evaluation, we present a first look at the upcoming Season 12 champ.