Tagged: Steven Tyler

Review: ‘Epic’

The title is a bit misleading. Dan Schindel delves into the new animated flick, and delivers a mini-manifesto about judging kid movies.

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American Idol: Auditions No. 6

The crew finished off the season 12 auditions in Oklahoma City, OK.

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Sharon Osbourne is Leaving ‘America’s Got Talent’ And This Time It’s Serious

After brushing off her bold tweet as a joke, it turns out Sharon Osbourne's beef with NBC is no laughing matter.

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American Idol Judging Turnover

With Steven Tyler and Jennifer Lopez leaving American Idol, Kendra Beltran looks at the problems with judges on the show.

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: American Idol- The Final 8

They're down to the "Elite 8" in American Idol, and it's anyone's guess as to who might win. Our panel of experts Andrew Payne, Erica Scandariato, and host Phil Wallace break it all down for you. Listen to internet radio with Picktainment on Blog Talk Radio

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American Idol: Sing For Your Lives!!!

Tonight was our two Idol finalists (Idolists?) last chance to impress us and plead for our votes. Who will be crowned tomorrow's winner? Noah Duman has the analysis after the jump.

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American Idol: Final Three

It's final three time everybody! One more week until a new Idol is crowned and two losers are sent back home. Who's "in it to win it?" Find out after the jump.

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American Idol: Four Kids and a Gaga

This week, the final four contestants had to sing a song that inspired them and a song coached by Lady Gaga. How did they do? Find out after the jump.

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American Idol: Jacob Lusk is Silenced

Jacob Lusk was eliminated from American Idol tonight, landing the strong-voiced singer in fifth place. Despite having Jennifer Lopez and Steven Tyler repeatedly say it was an "honor" to be in Jacob's presence, the result was predicted by our own Noah Duman. Lusk struggled singing both voices in the Jordin Sparks-Chris Brown duet of "No Air", which led to a heated debate between him and Randy Jackson about what kind of singer he should be. Lusk wanted to be more mainstream, but Jackson felt he was more effective as a Luther Vandross-type. Jackson was probably right. Lusk redeemed himself somewhat with a stirring rendition of "Love Hurts", but on a night when all of the contestants had exceptionally strong performances, it was just too late in the game for there to be uncertainty on exactly the type of singer Lusk should be. Surprisingly, Lauren Alaina was in the bottom two, even though she has consistently improved each week and her rendition of a Carrie Underwood song was one of the best of the night. Who will go next?

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American Idol: Now and Then

This week the final 5 contestants had to do double duty, performing songs from now and songs from days gone by. How did they do? Noah Duman has you covered with the recap.

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American Idol: The Final 6 Sing Carole King

This week the remaining hopefuls took on songs by Carole King. How did they do? Noah Duman has the recap after the jump.

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American Idol: Welcome to the 21st Century!

This week the contestants performed songs from the 21st century in what was an overall ho-hum night. Who did the worst? Noah Duman discusses after the jump.

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American Idol: Eight is enough!

This week, the final eight wannabes had to sing songs from movies. Who failed and who succeeded? Noah Duman has the recap.

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American Idol: The Elite 8

They're down to eight contestants on American Idol, and we now have a much better idea of the talent in this field. Andrew Payne, Rebecca Rose, and host Phil Wallace break it all down for you in this must-listen podcast for Fantasy American Idol players. Listen to internet radio with Picktainment on Blog Talk Radio

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American Idol: Pia Toscano’s Surprising Exit

A bit of a surprise this week on American Idol as the hottie from Howard Beach, Pia Toscano, was eliminated. After a solid, but unspectacular rendition of "River Deep Mountain High", America just didn't give Toscano enough support for her first upbeat song of the season. Stefano Langone barely staved off elimination while Jacob Lusk was also a surprise in the bottom three. Toscano is the fifth straight woman to leave show, while all of the male finalists remain.

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