American Idol's Top 7 performed "World" in this week's Ford music video, which seems to contain some sort of ambiguous Earth-friendly message.
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They aren't singing a new song (it's "Animal," again), but they are sporting a new look. Watch this week's Ford music video from American Idol's Top 8 -- the theme is zombies.
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UPDATE: Pia Toscano has denied having a recording contract with Interscope Records, saying the deal isn’t yet finalized.
American Idol watchers were shocked on Thursday when Pia Toscano was eliminated from the competition, but there’s no reason to feel sorry for her plight. Pia has already been signed to a record deal, so she won’t have much time to miss reality TV.
Toscano has signed to Interscope Records (headed by Jimmy Iovine, the guy who dresses like he’s 20 that’s always in the studio with this year’s Idols). We’re hearing that she’s going to get in the studio immediately and get to work -- and suddenly, elimination from American Idol looks like the greatest thing ever.
The person who goes on to win the show is going to be doing what Pia’s already doing… but, they’re going to be behind.
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Watch the video above to see American Idol’s Top 9 performing “Love Gun” for Ford. The theme for the week paid homage to songs from artists in the rock n roll Hall of Fame. “Love Gun” was originally recorded by KISS, who have not been inducted into the Hall despite being nominated in 2009.
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In this week’s Ford music video, the Top 11 American Idol contestants sang “Kryptonite” and ran around cars in the rain. The group performance is not the last time they will sing together, though the reality series sent two more home the night they debuted this video. All 11 of them will be a part of Idol's summer tour.
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American Idol’s Top 11 performed “All This Beauty” while paying homage to driving and recycling in this week’s Ford Music Video.
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Just one Black Eyed Pea will return to the American Idol stage next month, but he won’t be alone. Will.i.am will team with Jamie Foxx to sing “Hot Wings (I Wanna Party),” which is featured in the animated film Rio.
The Black Eyed Peas performed as an act on the reality series last week, and will.i.am is sure to put on a great show when he appears on April 15.
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This week, American Idol's Top 12 performed in a movie-themed music video -- and we love it! Watch the entire video above and see what you think.
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Lots of things have changed in American Idol’s tenth season, but never will the show’s allegiance to Ford falter. We’ve got the proof of it in the music video above. Watch this year’s Top
13 12 Idols (Casey Abrams is absent due to hospitalization) singing “The World” around affordable, mid-sized cars in this commercialized music video.
The feud between Steven Tyler and Joe Perry is over. Along with the other members of Aerosmith, the rockers will get to work on a new album this summer.
According to Tyler, he and Perry smoked a “peace pipe” to at last bury the hatchet. Reportedly, the rift began when Tyler accepted his current American Idol judging gig.
But Aerosmith isn’t going to question a good thing anymore. Since Steven Tyler started appearing on the new season of the reality gorilla, sales of the band’s greatest hits have increased 250%.
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