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Posted: Sunday May 25, 2014 @ 9:31 a.m PST
Ballroom With A Twist
Saturday, June 21
Val Chmerkovskiy & Anna Trebunskaya
BALLROOM WITH A TWIST is the hot new stage show starring Dancing With The Stars pros, So You Think You Can Dance and American Idol finalists. A frenzy of sizzling dance moves spanning samba, waltz, foxtrot, quickstep and jive. It’s a who’s who of the dance world that come together for an evening of grace, athleticism and passion.
$75 / $65 / $55
Club 88 – 8 p.m.
14455 Highway 16 (at the corner of Wintun Road)
Brooks, California 95606
(530) 796-3118 – General Information
(800) 452-8181 – Toll Free California
(800) 992-8686 – Toll Free Nationwide
Arbos was born in Cuba to Gizela Andraca and Reinaldo Arbos, but has lived in Naples, Florida, since he was age 10. He graduated from Gulf Coast High School in 2009.
He has had a significant stutter while speaking since he was age six and it became worse after he moved to the United States. However, it disappears when he sings.
Arbos auditioned in Chicago, Illinois, with the song “Bridge over Troubled Water” and surprised the judges because he did not sing with a stutter. Arbos was voted off on the April 11, 2013, episode. He finished in sixth place and was the last male contestant to be eliminated, leaving an all-female top five for the first time in the show’s history.
Former American Idol contestant Clay Aiken is being accused of making a “Racist” comment on Twitter. According to, Yahoo News Aiken posted the following comment on Tuesday evening while apparently taking in the Republican National Convention: “Playing drinking game with my brother now. We drink every time we see a black person on screen at the RNC convention. #soberasamormon.”
According to, Hollywood Lite singer Mariah is confirmed the new American Idol judge and they are looking at Nick Jonas. Randy Jackson is said to be moving to “Mentor” which opens another seat. Carey is said to want singer “Pharrel.” to fill the seat.
Carey is also saying, If not Pharrell then she wants another R&B singer to work with. Idol is considering her request.
WHO WOULD YOU LOVE TO SEE AS AMERICAN IDOL JUDGES? LEAVE A COMMENT..
Nick Jonas 19, is looking forward to sharing the American Idol stage with singer/actress Mariah Carey. According to, E!News the Jonas Brothers singer told fans he’s in the running for a seat at the famed judges’ table, tweeting Saturday, “The rumors are true…I am being considered to be a judge on American Idol, and it would be a dream come true if it happens. #nickonidol.”
What Super Sensation Adam Lambert? He should have been considered before Jonas all fairness, Lambert was a contestant and knows what it takes to get the job done. Aretha Franklin should have been chosen over Mariah Carey.
WHO DO YOU THINK SHOULD BE THE NEXT AMERICAN IDOL JUDGES?
According to New York Post, Chris Daughtry is set to face-off in court with three former bandmates who claim they are owed royalties from a number of his songs, including the hit single “Home.”
Ryan Andrews, Scott Crawford and Mark Perry — who joined Daughtry in the band Absent Element before he went on to national fame on the TV talent show, have filed a lawsuit in the Greensboro, NC, Guilford County Superior Court, the Charlotte Observer reported.
The lawsuit claims, “All four members wrote music and lyrics for Absent Element’s songs, collaborated on the arrangement and recording of those songs, regularly consulted with each other on matters relating to the business of the band, and made partnership decisions based on majority votes.”
As well as “Home,” the trio claim they had a part in Daughtry’s songs “Breakdown,” “Conviction” and “Sinking.” According to, New York Post Newscore.
Jennifer Lopez strips down naked for a new perfume ad.
The new ad is for her new perfume fragrance “Glowing” which the American Idol judge said, “Glowing presents a clean fragrance”, “Me gusta el olor a limpieza. “I like the smell of cleaning. Es un aroma con mucha madera. It is a scent with lots of wood. No es exactamente lo que hice diez años atrás [Glow], es la evolución de eso”. Not exactly what I did ten years ago [Glow], is the evolution of that. ”
The perfume consists of vanilla, cassia flowers, silky musk, and cypress.
Glowing will be available at Kohl’s stores in May 2012.
Blog Source: Media Decoder – Bill Carter (Full Story Credit)
Posted: Sunday January 22, 2012 @ 9:45 am PST
Topic: American Idol
According to Media Decoder “American Idol” may have officially crossed over from phenomenon to mere hit television show on Thursday, as the second outing of this year’s edition fell a steep 27 percent in the ratings from its performance on the same night last year – and 44 percent from its number two years ago.
Those figures are among the 18-to-49-year-old viewers who draw the most advertising dollars to the show. The results point to the kind of erosion that eventually affects just about every long-running show on television.
Initially, “Idol” appeared to have been beaten — narrowly — in the 8 to 8:30 p.m. half-hour by the CBS comedy hit “The Big Bang Theory,” which had a 5.2 rating in that 18-49 audience compared to a 5.1 for “Idol.” But adjusted national numbers indicated that the show had actually tied “Big Bang” with a 5.2 for the half-hour.
Those numbers were further adjusted Friday afternoon and showed “Big Bang” had indeed edged ahead with a 5.3 to a 5.2. The win was significant because no previous CBS entertainment show has finished ahead of “Idol” in those 18-49 viewers.
“Idol” scored a 6.3 rating for its second half-hour and averaged a 5.7 rating in the 18-49 measure for the full 8 to 9 p.m. hour, down from a 7.8 last year. That is a worse percentage falloff than the show experienced on Wednesday night, and it may be a signal that viewers will not latch on to the series this year as they have in the past. Perhaps most telling, two years ago on its second night of the season, “Idol” had a 10.1 rating.
In terms of total viewers, “Idol” was down a bit less, 21 percent from last year. It averaged 18 million on Thursday, down from 22.9 million a year ago.
By any standard, “Idol” remains a hit, but its power is clearly diminished. One effect can be seen in the 9 p.m. hour on Thursday, when “Idol” was not able to help a new drama, “The Finder.” The Fox network easily won the 8 p.m. hour with “Idol,” but it fell to last place in the 9 p.m. hour.
In my opinion Season 8 was the best Idol ever, Adam Lambert was Outstanding and should have been the winner, on the other hand he is a winner. No American Idol For Me.
Video Credit: FOX 2- American Idol – YouTube – lulu1001
Posted: Saturday November 19, 2011 @ 4:05 p PST
Topic: Bo Bice
According to FOX 2 American Idol Season four runner-up Bo Bice joins them live in the FOX 2 studio Sunday November 20. He’ll do an acoustic. Bice was born “Harold Elwin Bice, Jr.” (born November 1, 1975).