American Idol Season 21 is coming to an end!
American Idol Season 21 is coming to an end!
Music lovers, unite! The iHeartRadio Music Festival is back for 2023 — and it’s gearing up to be a weekend of epic proportions.
Kris Fade, who is regionally known as the “Ryan Seacrest of Dubai” is the host of his own Radio Show, The Kris Fade Show which airs on Virgin Radio Dubai and on KIIS in Australia, with over 4,000,000 million listeners weekly.
Fall Out Boy, Foo Fighters, Kane Brown, Kelly Clarkson and Lenny Kravitz among the acts announced on Tuesday. Lil Wayne, Miguel, Public Enemy, Sheryl Crow, Thirty Seconds to Mars, Tim McGraw and TLC are also on the bill for the epic two-day fest, which will be hosted by Ryan Seacrest. The iHeartRadio Music Festival is scheduled for September 22 and 23 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Michelle Keegan and Mark Wright took time out from their hectic work schedules to celebrate their 8th wedding anniversary at a world-famous iconic celebrity haunt on Wednesday.The couple marked the special occasion by spending time at the iconic Beverly Hills Hotel on Sunset Boulevard in California which is a favourite with Hollywood celebs, including the likes of Leonardo DiCaprio and Reese Witherspoon. Looking effortlessly stylish, former Coronation Street Michelle, 35, and TOWIE legend Mark, 36, cosied up to each other to pose for a photo in the hotel's famous lobby.
“American Idol” has crowned its newest winner in Hawaii native Iam Tongi, whose victory as the first AAPI winner of the ABC competition still has not fully hit him.“It’s unreal,” Tongi told TheWrap just two days after Ryan Seacrest announced his name on the big stage. “It’s weird to be here [as] the winner, because … it was going so slow during the competition, but out of nowhere it was finished and I was like ‘that went by so fast.'”While several AAPI contestants have climbed their way to the top three finalists, including fan-favorite Jasmine Trias of the show’s third installment, Tongi noted that this milestone achievement happening during national AAPI month in May gives the win an even bigger significance, saying “it feels really good to be representing why Polynesian people during this month.”Originally from Kahuku, a town in O’ahu, Hawaii, Tongi noted the challenge of saying goodbye to his friends back home to come compete on the show, where his talents were recognized early on by judges with some early successes, including being chosen to sing out the group after the judges narrowed the contestants down to the top 24 with an emotional rendition of “Somewhere Over the Rainbow.”Tongi also experienced a personal accomplishment when he worked with guest mentor and country legend Keith Urban, whose music marked a distinct memory in Tongi’s upbringing as his father, who has since passed away, adored Urban’s music.
Mark Wright hasmade his return to US TV and shared some snaps with Katy Perry, Lionel Richie, and Ryan Seacrest as he made his big comeback. The former TOWIE star, 36, interviewed the American Idol judges and presenter for US entertainment show EXTRA TV, which he previously presented from 2017 until 2020.
And the winner of American Idol season 21 is… not the fan favorite??
tweeted one angry viewer. “Big Hawaiian dude that has the best sob story is going to win.
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It’s hard to believe American Idol first premiered almost 21 years ago!
K.J. Yossman “This Morning” anchors Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield – the U.K.’s answer to Kelly Ripa and Ryan Seacrest – have gone their separate ways in a shock split. Schofield announced on Saturday he would be stepping down from the show. In his statement he implied the decision had not entirely been his. “I have always been proud to cover fascinating stories on ‘This Morning,’” he said in a post on Instagram. “But recently, ‘This Morning’ itself has become the story. Throughout my career in TV – including the very difficult last few days – I have always done my best to be honourable and kind. I understand that ITV has decided the current situation can’t go on, and I want to do what I can to protect the show that I love.”
Ryan Seacrest had some feelings about being back on the set.The former Host returned as a guest on the recently rebranded program on Thursday, just one month after exiting the series. Since his departure, host Kelly Ripa has been joined at the desk by her real-life husband, Mark Consuelos, with the show now appropriately called . «You know, guests never told me how great it is to be a guest,» Seacrest joked in an interview with ET later that day during a visit to Children's Hospital of Orange County, where he was catching up with patients and families in honor of the 10th anniversary of his Ryan Seacrest Foundation Studios location there. «It was so much fun to be back,» he told ET's Matt Cohen of his appearance.
Ryan Seacrest‘s life has slowed down dramatically since his last episode of Live!
He’s back! Ryan Seacrest returned to Live as a guest — but he doesn’t quite miss hosting the broadcast.
Brian Steinberg Senior TV Editor Andrew Ross Sorkin is the co-creator of the Showtime series “Billions,” but he isn’t really known for drama in his professional life, just financial reporting. So it came as something of a surprise on Monday, when the CNBC and New York Times journalist got up on stage at New York City’s Radio City Music Hall to tout some of the dramatic fare that NBCUniversal was able to cobble together for the advertisers and media buyers assembled in the audience. It was all part of the industry’s annual “upfront,” when U.S. media companies try to sell the bulk of their advertising inventory before the release of their next cycle of programming.
visited the set of “Live” Thursday for the first time since the show switched from “Live with Kelly and Ryan” to “Live with Kelly and Mark” for a guest appearance.The former host joined Kelly Ripa, 52, and Mark Consuelos, 52, to promote the Season 21 “American Idol” finale, which airs Sunday on ABC, and he revealed that since leaving the show April 14, he has so much time on his hands.“I’ve got all kinds of time,” Seacrest said. “There’s this fascinating thing I’ve experienced called time. I don’t know if you guys know about it.
Ryan Seacrest has already booked a return to daytime as a guest on . Seacrest will appear on Thursday's episode for the first time since exiting the series last month. The 48-year-old media mogul previously co-hostedwith Kelly Ripa for nearly six years.
Joe Otterson TV Reporter Disney’s annual upfront presentation leaned heavily on the company’s non-scripted programming, opening with nearly an hour of focus on ESPN and its sports offerings. The emphasis on live events, of course, comes as the writers strike continues and is expected to impact the fall TV season. In fact, around 100 Writers Guild members and other union supporters marched outside the Javits Center on Tuesday to remind Disney they are still looking for a deal with the company and the other studios. Among those seen on the picket line: Zach Cherry and Michael Emerson. Inside the Javits, sports and news stars from within Disney were out in force, while reality personalities like Kim and Khloe Kardashian, Jesse Palmer and Ryan Seacrest made appearances as well. Even WABC-TV New York anchors Sade Baderinwa and Bill Ritter got some time onstage.
Peabody Awards and unspecified changes to the Tony Awards.
American Idol Season 21 is coming to an end!
American Idol has gotten the golden ticket from ABC.
King Charles is a “secret comedian” who has an “amazing sense of humour”, pop legend Lionel Richie has revealed. The singer, 73, added that “no one knows” how funny the 74-year-old monarch actually is. Lionel made the comments after appearing at King Charles’ Coronation concert at Windsor Castle earlier this month - which came the day after the Royal and his wife Queen Consort Camilla were officially crowned at Westminster Abbey.
Ryan Seacrest is reportedly heading back to Live! already, just weeks after he left the show.
his emotional pre-taped sendoff that aired on April 14.He announced his surprise departure in February. Seacrest first joined Ripa in 2017 and went on to host alongside her for six seasons.He made his swansong announcement live on air, explaining that he wanted to relocate to Los Angeles, which was something that he said played a big role in his decision. “This is something that [Kelly] and I have been talking about for a long time, and it was a tough, tough decision,” Seacrest stated.
Ryan Seacrest never gets tired of announcing the next American Idol. ET's Denny Directo spoke with 's host of more than two decades on Sunday, and Seacrest admitted that the novelty of announcing the winner each year has «never» worn off.«We're looking down to that card and saying, 'The next American Idol is,'» Seacrest said of the upcoming season finale. «I mean, that's the best part for me... I get excited.»That excitement comes from a season of seeing the contestants «grow» and develop, Seacrest said.«We see them with their normal jobs and they just come in for this audition,» he said.
Keith Urban is set to make a much-anticipated return to American Idol, albeit for one night only. The official announcement came from the show's Instagram account and was also shared by Keith on his Instagram Stories. The 55-year-old will grace the grand finale on May 21st as a guest mentor and will also perform on the show.
As American Idol gets ready to crown its Season 21 winner, a star-studded cast has been lined up for the night of celebration set to take place on Sunday, May 21. The three-hour finale episode is set to air live from coast to coast starting at 8 p.m. ET/ 5 p.m. PT.
Mark Consuelos‘ second week at the hosts’ desk was another triumph.
King Charles III and Queen Camilla are getting their official portraits taken.
Haters gonna hate. Nick Cannon is done being the butt of everyone’s jokes while raising 11 children — and fathering 12 — with six different women.
Viewers of "American Idol" were treated to a regal surprise Sunday evening in the form of two newly crowned royals while watching the latest live episode of the long-running competition show. Phoning in from across the pond and broadcasted on a big screen were judges Katy Perry and Lionel Richie, taking a night off from critiquing performances to give ones of their own. Both Perry and Richie were tapped to perform at King Charles' coronation concert.
King Charles III and Queen Camilla’s unexpected cameo during Sunday’s “American Idol” was almost as big a surprise for Ryan Seacrest as it was for everyone watching.
The King and Queen appeared on American Idol as surprise guests amid the coronation celebrations.
American Idol welcomed royalty onto the show on Sunday evening, with King Charles and Queen Camilla making a surprise appearance alongside Katy Perry and Lionel Richie. Judges Katy, 38, and Lionel, 73, appeared via video link on American Idol as they missed this week's show due to performing at the Coronation Concert in the UK, and chatted to host Ryan Seacrest about the historic celebrations taking place in London.
King Charles III and Queen Camilla's unexpected cameo during Sunday's was almost as big a surprise for Ryan Seacrest as it was for everyone watching.Following Sunday's new episode of, Seacrest spoke with ET's Denny Directo, and explained how quickly the high-profile cameos came together.«I have to tell you, I was driving in and my phone rings and it's the executive producer and she says, 'Well, we've got some news,'» Seacrest shared. «I thought maybe something happened [with a contestant].
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