Randy Jackson is one of four judges on American Idol. He's known for referring to most contestant as his "dawg." This musical guru also...
Randy Jackson: Returning to American Idol!
Who let the Dawg back in?
Just a couple months after resigning his post as an American Idol judge, Randy Jackson is reportedly on his way back to the show that made him famous:
Randy Jackson Resigns From American Idol
The Dawg has left the building.
Amidst historically low ratings and criticism that American Idol has grown stale, Randy Jackson resigned this afternoon from the Fox competition.
Randy Jackson Books Return to American Idol
So much for Randy Jackson being in the Dawg house.
Following reports that claimed this long-time judge would be moved to a mentor capacity on American Idol Season 12, Deadline confirms that the music producer once again be in his regular spot when the Fox competition returned in January.
Adam Levine: Shame on Randy Jackson!
The brewing feud between American Idol and The Voice, which returns for a second season after the Super Bowl Sunday night, shows no signs of simmering down.
Coach/judge Adam Levine is taking Idol's Randy Jackson to task for saying NBC’s upstart singing competition is more for “second chance people” than true stars.
American Idol Judges Diss The Voice, Weigh in on Male Champions
Oh, it is on between American Idol and The Voice.
During their panel discussion at yesterday's Television Critics Association winter press tour session, judges Jennifer Lopez, Randy Jackson and Steven Tyler left little doubt that they don't care much for NBC's singing competition, which gets underway on February 5.
Randy Jackson Pushes for Talk Show
Will The Dawg Pound be coming to a television screen near you?
According to The Hollywood Reporter, American Idol judge Randy Jackson is pushing for his own talk show. It would not be limited to just the music scene, either.