Suck it, Ryan Seacrest, Kelly Clarkson doesn’t want it. Instead of joining the cast of the godawful and unnecessary American Idol reboot as was rumored yesterday, Miss Clarkson is betting on the right horse and joining The Voice as a judge for its 14th season.
Though it has been only a little more than a year since American Idol celebrated its final season with all the fanfare it deserved, there is already a reboot in the works that could premiere as soon as March 2018. Though I am personally viewing this news with the same horror I’d feel about raising my grandma from the…
You heard me—there’s a big dead bear in Kelly Clarkson’s mansion. I’m sorry!
It’s standing on a fake boulder that is stuck to the wall, frozen forever in its final breath, one paw hovered over Clarkson’s “great room.”
Unfortunately, it’s proving very difficult to identify the robbers who broke into Kim Kardashian’s Paris apartment, stole her jewelry, and left her bound and gagged in the bathtub.
As the Paris police bumble around cobblestone streets and peek into alleyways looking for the men who robbed Kim Kardashian, the star had her own personal come to Jesus with regards to her public self.
Soundcloud, the online music platform that’s spent the last year or so taking a dramatic journey from chill to unchill, has reached an agreement with Sony Music, its former archenemy. The two companies have agreed to a licensing deal ending the label ban on artists like Kesha and Kelly Clarkson using the platform;…
“This Is For My Girls” takes on an insurgent double meaning when FLOTUS drops it: a benefit song for her homegirls, featuring her homegirls—people like Missy, Janelle Monáe, Kelly Rowland, Kelly Clarkson, Zendaya and Diane Warren (who wrote it, clearly)—it’s dropping today in tandem with her SXSW talk. It’s also meant…
During an interview on the Australian radio station KIIS 106.5, Kelly Clarkson expanded on her previous assertion that producer Dr. Luke, who has been accused of sexual assault by Kesha, is not someone she thinks particularly highly of. Clarkson called him a liar, and cast further aspersions on his character.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Kelly Clarkson looks very happy, Coco learns something new and Yoko is back to being Yoko.
Kelly Clarkson, reality television’s best case scenario, returned to her old stomping grounds Thursday night for a performance so devastating that I would like to fling myself into the sea.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Joe Jonas and Roseanne look good together, Kelly Clarkson isn’t afraid to eat and Zoe Saldana is covered in goo.
Despite news of a miraculous recovery, Lamar Odom continues to be in critical condition. According to new reports, Odom suffered as many as 12 strokes early in his medical emergency. The strokes are likely to have a long-term impact on Odom’s ability to both walk and speak. The news comes in the middle of Odom’s…
Jennifer Aniston, actress and newlywed, didn’t bring her husband to the premiere of She’s Funny That Way Wednesday night in Los Angeles, but she did bring what might be the most beautiful piece of jewelry the world has seen since a dying Rose Dawson selfishly threw the Heart of the Ocean into the depths of the…
Here’s Kelly Clarkson slower, paired-down version of Rihanna’s BBHMM that she performed for BBC Radio 1. It’s like BBHMM for your mom, Clarkson even changes “bitch” to “ya’ll.” This cover appeals to my inner 65-year-old who wants to wear Crocs because they’re so comfortable.
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, lovable action hero and destroyer of cod, made comedian Nick Mundy’s wedding even more memorable when he surprised him by officiating the ceremony. The unlikely duo first met when the Screen Junkies sent Mundy to interview The Rock at a junket for 2013’s Pain & Gain. The interviews went…
Taking a break from harassing the three billy goats gruff, Fox News’ Chris Wallace has emerged from under his bridge to apologize to Kelly Clarkson for making rude comments about her weight.
Kelly Clarkson’s weight continues to be an unnecessary topic of debate for people who have no business commenting on it.
Tracy Chapman's "Give Me One Reason" has never lacked grit or soul so it seems only natural that Kelly Clarkson—with just the perfect amount of roughness in her voice—would transform the song into a blues number that would feel right at home at your local county fair.
Seth Rogen is refuting a recent Hollywood Reporter article's claim that Sony producer Amy Pascal was delayed moving into her new office—which was previously occupied by Rogen and his writing partner Evan Goldberg—because the space smelled too much like weed.