"You have no idea how that makes me feel, just parent to parent, to look someone in the eye and say, 'Thank you for loving your kid no matter who they are.'"
Did the 'American Idol' contestants actually know the results in advance? Was Daughtry tapped to be an 'Idol' judge? The rocker tells all.
The Season 10 contestant and chart-topping recording artist discusses her reality TV experience, the #MeToo movement, being role model, and reclaiming her sexuality and her authentic voice.
To celebrate Abdul's first tour in 25 years, Yahoo Entertainment asked her to pick her favorite routines from Janet Jackson's "Nasty" to that famous 'Coming to America' wedding scene.
As the "American Idol Live!" tour kicks off this week, watch the cutest couple on "Idol" adorably argue over which songs they'd like to redo.
"I think any time we do drag, it’s a political statement," says "RuPaul's Drag Race" winner Aquaria. "Because we’re living in a world where people don't see queer people as equal."
Remember that old adage about never working with children or animals? Well, no drag queen should ever work with butterflies, either.
A little over two years ago, The Voice and 20 Feet From Stardom diva Judith Hill’s life was struck by tragedy, when her mentor, Prince — producer of her acclaimed 2015 album, Back in Time — shockingly passed away at age 57. Both tracks have an uptown-funky vibe that seems directly influenced by His Purple Majesty, but Hill says that’s more of a subconscious artistic evolution than a deliberate decision. “It’s funny when people say that, because I don’t even know if or when that [happens],” Hill muses, citing the Staple Singers as a direct “On the Rocks” inspiration.
This week, the notorious YouTuber bravely got back in the spotlight and attempted to redeem herself. Did she make it through?
Watch Laganja dazzle the judges with a series of death-drops, drop-splits, and tongue-pops, all set to “Cover Girl” by RuPaul himself.
This surreal new wave movie is an “underground classic,” but thanks to the internet and Vanderpump’s marquee name, it's reaching new audiences 35 years after its release.
The Season 8 maverick's independent album and stripped-down video establish a much-needed break away from the “high-gloss major-label treatment” of his post-'Voice' release.
"I'm almost like, ‘Man, I should've stepped away earlier,’” Cannon says of his controversial career move.
As a way of saying goodbye to Fifth Harmony — at least for now — we’re rerunning this adorable footage of their Yahoo visit five years ago.
“I feel not turning a chair was good for me, because Kelly wasn't there. So the stars really aligned that Season 14 was my season. That was where I should be."
"We really weren't looking to date. We weren’t looking for anything. But then, man, he just captured my heart. What can I say?”
Katy Perry, finally applying some Simon Cowell-style tough love in the season's penultimate episode, called round one a “disaster" and even yelled at the top three to “wake up."
I’d assumed Pryor Baird and Britton Buchanan were locks for the Season 14 finale. But one didn't make it through, and one almost didn't.
"Idol" made a bid to reclaim its superstar legacy this Sunday by inviting its Grammy-winning, 65 million-selling Season 4 champ to mentor the top five.
Cher did not live-tweet episode, but superfans conspiracy-theorized that one of her cryptic tweets -- about tomato soup -- was a prediction that Miz Cracker will win the show.
"There’s no point in attacking an 18-year-old girl because you’re bitter about your f***up. Stop trying to stay relevant by riding the coattails of a show that you couldn’t win, either," Ada Vox wrote in a tweet to Aiken.