The second group of the final 24 contestants on " American Idol " each performed solo showcases on Sunday night's episode, but just a few of the 12 competitors managed to completely wow judges Lionel Richie , Katy Perry and Luke Bryan . One was Ada Vox , aka Adam Sanders, who performed a
The second episode of American Idol was full of heart-stopping auditions, but it was Katy Perry's antics that left everyone talking.
Former "American Idol" stars Justin Guarini and Scotty McCreery discuss the highlights from the show's season premiere live on "GMA."
Harper Grace wowed judges Katy Perry, Lionel Ritchie and Luke Bryan five years after her first moment on the national stage.
Fans bid farewell to " American Idol " last night as the finale paid tribute to past winners and contestants during its 15-season run. To commemorate the iconic singing competition, here are some little-known facts about the series. 1. Some serious stars were rejected: Surprisingly, singers Colbie
Thursday’s series finale of " American Idol " paid tribute to the past 15 seasons, with surprise appearances and star-studded performances from past finalists -- including Kelly Clarkson , Carrie Underwood and Jennifer Hudson -- before the final American Idol" was crowned. Host Ryan Seacrest
THIS is the end of " American Idol ." Tonight's two-hour finale will feature a parade of winners, past contestants and judges, all coming together to bid goodbye to a TV show that changed the pop culture landscape -- and the music business -- forever. As judge Harry Connick Jr. put it, "It's
Your look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning. 1. ‘Dancing With the Stars’: Danica McKellar Voted Off in Week 8 Actress Danica McKellar was voted off “Dancing With the Stars” Monday during a show in which the stars performed an individual routine, plus a second dance
2 couples received perfect scores and Danica McKellar goes home on "Dancing With The Stars."
quicklist: 1 title: Surprise! Serena Williams Wins US Open Title text: The unstoppable Serena Williams is now one notch closer to making women's tennis history after she took her fifth U.S. Open title Sunday, defeating Belarusian champion Victoria Azarenka 7-5, 6-7 (6-8), 6-1. It may not be a