Friday, December 14, 2012 1:49PM - By Laura Aguirre
Honestly, we thought Britney Spears or Demi Lovato would announce their departure from The X-Factor before this next person. L.A. Reid is calling it quits. He’s going back to his real-life job at Sony’s music label, Epic Records. Also, just because Dave Grohl is drumming on the new Queens of the Stone Age record, it doesn’t mean he’s going on tour with them. C’mon now, he’s a very busy guy. Catch up on more news below.
Tuesday, May 15, 2012 2:43PM - By Laura Aguirre
It’s official, Britney Spears has joined the judging panel of The X Factor. After months and months of speculation, Billboard reports that the princess of pop did actually sign that $15 million contract. But Spears isn’t the only Disney star joining the show–Demi Lovato will also be a judge.
Tuesday, May 1, 2012 2:25PM - By Laura Aguirre
Disney stars are invading singing competition shows. First it was Christina Aguilera for The Voice. Then Simon Cowell recruited Britney Spears to be one of the new judges on his X Factor show for $15 million. Now, Cowell is on the hunt for another Disney star – Miley Cyrus.
Thursday, March 22, 2012 11:54AM - By Travis Woods
Because it’s inexplicably 1999 all over again, a British boy band, One Direction, has now become “the first UK group to debut at No. 1 in the U.S. Billboard 200 album chart,” confirming both the deluded madness of the record buying public, as well as the Mayan prophecy that dictated a pre-fabricated group of young men who dance to lip-synched harmonies shall finally bring about the end of all things in the year 2012.
Friday, March 9, 2012 11:40AM - By Travis Woods
Because the next top for her trainwreck express is apparently reality television game shows, Britney Spears is reportedly in talks to be a judge for the upcoming season of The X Factor. Jason Trawick, Britney Spears’ fiancé, is currently negotiating the erratic pop star’s X-Factor contract, which Billboard asserts could be signed as early as next week.
Tuesday, January 31, 2012 4:29PM - By Laura Aguirre
“The X Factor” is getting a makeover, from head to toe. U.K. TV personality Steve Jones won’t be returning as host for the second season of “The X Factor,” along with judges Paula Abdul and Nicole Scherzinger. Jones confirmed the bad news via Twitter, telling fans what a ‘shame’ it is that he won’t be hosting the show again.
Thursday, February 24, 2011 7:46AM - By Joseph Oliveto
Although there has rarely been a season of “American Idol” in which everyone agreed upon who the winning contestant should be, the show deserves respect for putting the power in the hands of the people and asking them to decide who will win the competition. However, for casual fans of the show, the text-message voting process may have seemed too tedious to be worth participating in.
However, according to The Epoch Times, that may change, as viewers will soon be able to vote through their Facebook accounts.