Randy Jackson, Steven Tyler, Jennifer Jennifer Lopez, Il Volo shared their thoughts after the show.
AMERICAN IDOL's Steven Tyler & Jennifer Lopez Returning Next Season
Randy Jackson has revealed that not only will he return for an eleventh season but the two new judges will be joining him.
Veteran reality TV show judge Randy Jackson confirmed the news last night on Lopez Tonight. The former Journey bassist told host George Lopez on the TBS talk show that after a successful 10th season, which has seemingly revived American Idol, "We'll all be back. I believe we'll all be back," said Jackson. He then went on to reflect on Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler's inclusion to the judges panel.
"I was one of the first people that suggested Steven for the show 'cause I've known him for a while. And what I love about him the most (is that) what you see (of him) is exactly 100% what you get . . . He is so hilariously funny, dude. He just calls it like he sees it," said Jackson."
17-year-old country singer Scotty McCreery was crowned the latest American Idol winner earlier this week. McCreery's first single 'I Love You This Big' is currently slaying radio stations nationwide.
- He does say "I believe" so I don't think this can be called an official confirmation.
Jennifer Lopez's Ex Wins Battle To Release Intimate Home Video
Jennifer Lopez is facing a huge embarrassment as intimate home video of the singer with her ex-husband, Ojani Noa, is set to be released.
Lopez has been battling Noa in court for years to prevent release of the footage, which was taken during their short lived marriage.
Lopez had been successful in that legal fight...Up till now...citing that release of the footage would violate the confidentiality agreement Noa signed.
Court documents, exclusively obtained by RadarOnline reveal that Noa managed to find a loophole in the law - selling the footage to his current girlfriend, Claudia Vazquez for her to release it on his behalf.
A Los Angeles judge issued a ruling Friday morning that allows Vazquez to release the footage JLo doesn't want the public to see.
Ed Meyer, the executive producer of the project tells RadarOnline.com: "Claudia Vazquez has been allowed to release the home videos of Ojani and Jennifer. The project will deal with JLo's rise to fame, and her marriage to Ojani. Claudia will be meeting with video distributors on Tuesday, and hopefully, a deal can be made very soon."
The written ruling states: "Vazquez argues she has and is suffering harm in that she has had difficulty in obtaining work as a result of Lopez's attempts at enforcing the Injunction against her.
“Vazquez argues that Lopez, on the other hand, will suffer no harm if Vazquez's preliminary injunction is granted. Lopez puts forth no arguments contradicting those of Vazquez and, in fact, fails to address this element of the preliminary injunction test altogether. As a result, the Court finds that the balance of the equities weighs in favor of Vazquez.
Lopez and Cuban-born Noa were married February 1997 and divorced in 1998. They met when Noa was working as a waiter in a Miami restaurant.SOURCE
Jennifer Lopez Joins Ellen's Farewell to Oprah
Since Ellen couldn't attend Oprah's final show, she sent this video message to wish her a fond farewell. See the whole video -- with a surprise guest. Very Funny.