Steve Jones, Nicole Scherzinger and Paula Abdul are out! according to EW.com. Paula Abdul was also let go from the show, a source confirms to PEOPLE.
Abdul had a tough time mentoring the groups, becoming the first judge without contestants on season 1. And Scherzinger faced serious backlash after Crow’s elimination.
Record producer L.A. Reid and Simon Cowell, who is also the executive producer of the talent competition, are the only familiar faces that remain. There is no word yet on their replacements.
According to People, Cowell told PEOPLE he would be making some changes for the sophomore season. And so he did.
Topic: Paula Abdul – Jeff Bratton – Jackie Jackson – Emilio Estevez
According to People, Paula Abdul and her boyfriend Jeff Bratton have called off their romance.
“Paula and I split in November,” Bratton tells PEOPLE. “It was an amicable thing. But between the final months of X Factor and my responsibilities with [my label] Cascine, there was little time for us.”
Abdul had an affair with Jackie Jackson of “The Jacksons” while he was married to Enid Jackson. Enid Jackson is now deceased. Abdul was married to Emilio Estevez from 1992-1994, he’s the brother of actor Charlie Sheen. Another short-lived marriage for Paula Abdul was to clothing designer Brad Beckerman, in 1996. They divorced in 1998, citing irreconcilable differences.
In July 2007, Abdul announced that she had begun dating J.T. Torregiani, a restaurant owner 12 years her junior. Paula and JT broke up in June 2008 citing their hectic work schedules.
SAN FRANCISCO – Simon Cowell and Fox will allow contestants for the upcoming X Factor reality show to audition via YouTube if they missed the live auditions. YouTube auditions will end June 9, solo artists and vocal groups — you must be at least 12 years old — can submit an audition video on YouTube at youtube.com/theXfactorusa.
Good Luck to the contestants and I can’t wait to see the show, this show allows a wide range of ages.
If you’re an 80’s baby then this might be easy for you to list your favorite 80’s songs. If you’re not an 80’s baby then maybe you have knowledge of the 80’s music. The 80’s era was fun and entertaining. It was easy to listen to and sing along.
There were a lot of great artists and songs that emerged from that time; Madonna, Michael Jackson, Culture Club, Wham, Huey Lewis and The News, Pat Benatar, Debbie Deb, Stacy Q, Exposé, Paula Abdul, and the list goes on.
By: De De Tillman /Actress/Scriptwriter/Celebrity Blogger
HOLLYWOOD_ Simon Cowell new show X Factor puts RED FLAG on American Idol. Cowell received many boos on American Idol and you either hate him or love him. The Brits are known for being upfront, honest, direct and not 2-faced like Americans. Many disappointed American Idol fans will be watching X Factor which means American Idol may get canceled. So many American Idol fans were deeply hurt when their favorite Idol did not win, great talents such as Adam Lambert, Melinda Doolittle, Elliott Yamin, Mandisa and others, Lambert did not get the title because he is gay, Doolittle did not win because she does not look like Halle Berry or Beyonce, Yamin lost because he’s Jewish, Mandisa did not make it because her dress size was not a 2. Yamin and Mandisa have marketable sound but not marketable looks. American Idol should announce that they are looking for LOOKS not TALENT. Hopefully, The X Factor will be fair in judging and voting. I’m sure the X Factor will be a lot harder for the contestants to compete for the grand prize of 5 million dollars. The viewer will probably enjoy the wide age range of the X Factor. I am not a Paula Abdul fan due to the fact what she did to my buddy however, she does bring in the ratings. Welcome X Factor, American Idol will be evicted!