"I'm going to hear ‘You should've won!’ for another 10 years," jokes the singer, who placed fourth on 'American Idol' in 2006.
The recent death of Korean pop star Goo Hara once again raises concerns about the unbearably high pressures of K-pop fame.
One-time "American Idol" hopeful Antonella Barba has been sentenced to 45 months in prison.
The 'Idol' winner hates the film "with every fiber of my being," but she can laugh about it now, and says the unreleased soundtrack was actually "awesome."
On "The Late Show," Carrie Underwood reminisced about her "American Idol" audition and how she almost didn’t make it to Hollywood after getting her golden ticket.
Brian Dunkleman can stand down: Ryan Seacrest has signed on to return as host of American Idol. With Seacrest's new deal in place, Idol heads into its third season on ABC (and its 18th season overall) with its entire team — including judges Katy Perry, Luke Bryan and Lionel Richie, and in-house mentor Bobby Bones — […]
"The first three years of my career was me just paying for winning a talent show," Clarkson told USA Today. "I got real bitter."
After much speculation as to whether Katy Perry, Luke Bryan and Lionel Richie would be returning to judge "American Idol" on ABC, the network has confirmed the trio will all be back once more to search for America's next musical superstar. ABC and series producer Fremantle had been in discussions regarding ways to bring down […]
Antonella Barba, who appeared on "American Idol," pleaded guilty to possession of at least 400 grams of fentanyl with intent to distribute.