It was coach Kelly Clarkson’s birthday, but she didn’t have much cause for celebration when she had to say goodbye to her team member D.R. King.
After doing her ex-boss J.Hud's "Dreamgirls" showstopper “One Night Only,” Kyla most likely won’t be going back to her day job.
The man with an uncanny, unmatched genius for making basic topics fascinating and kid-friendly died Monday at age 94.
Colbie and Bebe were rejected when they auditioned for "Idol" years ago, but they returned to the show this week as all-stars.
It was a breathless lightning round Monday, as the Playoffs went live with a whopping 24 performances and real-time voting — something the show had never done before.
Caleb always looked and sounded like a Nashville star, at any size, but he exhibited a newfound swagger Sunday.
Beyoncé turned Coachella into “Beychella” with her historic performance, and truly, the word “epic” is not adequate to describe the spectacle.
The Weeknd got teary while performing “Call Out My Name” and “Privilege” — both believed to be about Selena Gomez. Day 1 of Coachella kicked off 2018’s festival season in typically dramatic fashion, bringing everything from onstage breakdowns to surprise superstar cameos to the Southern California desert
"For a cross-dresser with a guitar to be able to do that stuff, it's crazy," says the "RuPaul's Drag Race All-Stars 3" winner.
"I feel that it's an incredible strength to be able to ask for help. Had it not been for the support team I had around me, I very well may have been one of the statistics."
Alicia is normally the most eloquent coach. But one Monday performance left her struggling to find the words to describe its awesomeness.
“I think this song is now a duet," Allen Stone exclaimed after this Monday night highlight. "I've never sung it with anybody before, but I don't know if I'll sing it alone ever again.”
“I’ve always appreciated the art of drag,” says Love. “Girls can learn to be themselves and follow what makes them happy and uniquely them."
Kelly isn’t ever subtle, but the way she reacted here was so animated, she made her past 'Voice' antics look like the laid-back behavior of ex-coach Pharrell Williams.
With the top 50 being slashed to a top 24, it was inevitable that there would be some tough farewells.
April Fools' Day! Ryan is still hosting "Idol." (And let’s face it: If he were to leave, his job ought to go to Brian Dunkleman.)