Sounds like there may be two Jennifers on the 'American Idol' panel this fall. Jennifer Hudson reportedly signed on to judge the somewhat struggling Fox juggernaut, and now former judge Jennifer Lopez may be rejoining the judges' table.
So what will "American Idol" be like with Mariah Carey as it's newest Judge? What will Carey bring to the table? The "Today" Show talked with Ryan Seacrest and got his thoughts on the subject.
Last night on ‘American Idol,’ handsome host Ryan Seacrest, who, according to TMZ, was battling a stomach bug, had to deal with another ailment: the fact that his lady love Julianne Hough is crushing on contestant Phillip Phillips.
It’s being called the biggest concert ever and 'American Idol' is all over it.
Ryan Seacrest will host the new iHeartRadio music festival, while 'Idol' judges Jennifer Lopez and Steven Tyler are slated to perform.
Ryan Seacrest is apparently the most powerful man in reality television.
So says The Hollywood Reporter, who ranked the 'American Idol' and radio host number one on its fourth annual Reality Power List.
Seacrest, who is poised to make over $55 million this year, according to PopEater, ironically dethroned former 'Idol' judge Simon Cowell, who dropped to number six on this year's list.
Only two things will be same on American Idol this season, Randy Jackson and Ryan Seacrest. Everything else, all new. So, many people are thinking the show just won't be the same? I found a list from TVSquad.com that has the 10 Reasons Why This Will Be the Best 'American Idol' Season Ever and here is reason #1 and #2:
More than 200 "Idol" hopefuls are heading to L.A. from across the country; this year, more hopefuls made it to "Hollywood Week" than in previous years, since the age limit has been lowered to 15. They'll be staying at a hotel in Pasadena, and will compete at a nearby auditorium.