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American Idol Season 14 Episode 4 Recap: Welcome to New York
We're heading to the hometown of Jenny from the block on tonight's round of American Idol Season 14 auditions! Welcome to New York!
Since Keith can't be there, Adam Lambert, American Idol Season 8 runner up, has graciously agreed to judge in the hot Aussie's stead.
Adam Lambert Would Love to Judge American Idol
It's the hot American Idol talk making all the rounds and creating all the buzz: Adam Lambert is under serious consideration to be a Season 12 judge.
There's just one problem: this is news to Adam Lambert.
Adam Lambert to Judge American Idol Season 12?
Jennifer Lopez might be out - and a former fan favorite could be in.
With rumors once again swirling around the exit of J. Lo, and with the contracts of all three American Idol judges up, E! News quotes an insider who says Adam Lambert is under consideration as a Season 12 judge.
Adam Lambert Sued for Participating on American Idol
Adam Lambert is facing a lawsuit from a record label that claims he violated his contract by appearing on season eight of American Idol.
Colwel Platinum Entertainment - the same company attempting to release an album of former tracks by Lambert, against the singer's wishes - has filed documents in California federal court that allege Adam was under a Music Services Agreement and a Co-Publishing Agreement when he took the Idol stage.
James Durbin Responds to Adam Lambert Criticism
Early in his American Idol run, James Durbin resented comparisons to Adam Lambert.
Now, the just-ousted finalist resents comments recently made by the former runner-up. In an interview with month with The Hollywood Reporter, Lambert said of Durbin:
American Idol-Off: Adam Lambert vs. Paul McDonald!
Ready for an American Idol-off, readers?
On last night's Motown-themed performance episode of the competition, Paul McDonald covered the Smokey Robinson classic "Tracks of My Tears." The judges loved it, with Randy Jackson gushing: "You're kind of the complete package."
Adam Lambert Goes Acoustic, Inspiring on American Idol
He was introduced by Ryan Seacrest as the person who "truly set the bar for style and spectacle on this stage."
From there, one of the show's all-time favorites toned down his usual performance style, sat on a stool and gave viewers a stripped-down version of "Aftermath," a song with a vital message: You are not alone.