Jermaine Paul performed on this week's big "Voice" results show, reminding viewers that he exists and reminding this current season's top 12 that nothing is guaranteed after "The Voice," not even for the show's winners. Jermaine has kept an incredibly low profile since he won Season 2 this past May (compare his career progress so far to that of Phillip Phillips, who won "American Idol" that same month and has since sold 2 million downloads), and he has barely even been mentioned or acknowledged during "The Voice" Season 3. But finally, he has released an original single and video, "I Believe In This Life."Read More »from Remember Jermaine Paul? The ‘Voice’ Winner Finally Releases A Single
- Lyndsey Parker | Reality Rocks – Sun, Nov 11, 2012 1:01 AM PST
- Lyndsey Parker | Reality Rocks – Sun, Nov 11, 2012 12:33 AM PST
photo: Ryan Seacrest's InstagramSteven Tyler may have made it abundantly clear, in multiple interviews, that he's happy to be off "American Idol" and back to making music with Aerosmith--but he obviously harbors no hard feelings against his old "Idol" co-stars, Randy Jackson and Ryan Seacrest. In fact, on Thursday night, Steven invited Randy and Ryan onstage with Aerosmith during the band's concert at the Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, for the band's famous cover of the Beatles' "Come Together."Read More »from ‘Idol’ Reunion! Randy Jackson & Ryan Seacrest Jam With Aerosmith Onstage
- Lyndsey Parker | Reality Rocks – Fri, Nov 9, 2012 7:01 PM PST
Last night, "The X Factor" and "The Voice's" first publicly voted results shows of the season went head-to-head...with my man Jason Brock sadly getting the boot on "The X Factor," and eight "Voice" contestants--including a couple other favorites of mine, De'Borah and MacKenzie Bourg, and a favorite of my "Day After" co-host Matt Whitfield's, Loren Allred--also going home. It was a rough night for us singing show fanatics...especially for Matt, who seems to be taking the news particularly hard today.
For the first time in "The Day After" history, Matt and I are combining our "X Factor" and "Voice" discussions into one epic episode, with enough promotional props crammed into the frame to impress even more-is-more "X Factor" artistic director Brian Friedman. And there is SO much to discuss. Was Jason Brock robbed? Are "The X Factor's" contestant rankings surprising? Did "The Voice's" judges make the right picks? And most importantly...now that both shows are down to 12 contestants each, which one has the best talent left?
We dish about all this and more in the mega-chat below.Read More »from The X Factor & The Voice, The Day After: Results Dish
- Lyndsey Parker | Reality Rocks – Fri, Nov 9, 2012 12:35 PM PST
photo: Ray Mickshaw/FoxThursday night on "The X Factor," Jason Brock--an out-and-proud contestant who had been nicknamed "Mr. Entertainment," had performed on the show amid glitter explosions, and had even dared to pinch hunky host Mario Lopez's rear end on one live broadcast--was the first contestant to be voted off the show by America. But Jason went out in his usual fabulous style, as only he could, memorably belting out Bonnie Tyler's '80s epic "Total Eclipse Of The Heart" and triumphantly declaring, "I did it for the gays and Japan!"--a slogan that he really needs to print on T-shirts right away.
Speaking to Yahoo! Music the morning after his elimination, Jason acknowledged the possibility that his homosexuality may have played a factor in the results. "Yes, I think that the gay thing could have had some influence on the voting, because there's a good portion of America that still thinks being gay is wrong," he said. "But I was prepared for that, and I don't regret being me...and I have to say, I really appreciate 'The X Factor' for never asking me to [not be myself]. The show itself was always encouraging me to be myself, for the most part. No one ever said I was 'too gay' or needed to 'tone it down'--thank goodness!"Read More »from Eliminated ‘X Factor’ Contestant Jason Brock Explains Why He “Did It For The Gays And Japan”
Thursday night, the "Voice" top 20 became the top 12, with three contestants per team--two voted through by America, one selected by each coach--making the cut, and two contestants per team going home. Some of these results were so predictable, I could have written this recap without even watching the results show. But others were so surprising, I had to hit my DVR remote control's rewind button a couple of times, just to make sure I'd heard the results correctly. However, for the most part, Season 3 did end up with a very strong top 12, even if it wasn't totally the top 12 I'd expected.Read More »from ‘The Voice’ Top 20 Results: Goodbye Mr. MacKenzie
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