Ryan Seacrest, who executive produces dreck such as “Keeping With the Kardashians” and “Denise Richards: It’s Complicated,” is now teaming up with Lindsay Lohan for a reality show. But it’s not going to be “Lindsay Lohan: She’s Annoying.”
“Met with Lindsay last night about a show idea I have for her…it helps people and gives others a second shot!” Seacrest wrote on Twitter. “Still putting it all together.”
Sounds a little early to say if Lindsay will simply co-executive produce or host or be in the show at all.
“Idol” has the listing of the June 30 release of its compilation CD. These CDs are kind of obsolete now, though, since you can now download individual tracks. And who actually wants Kris Allen’s “No Boundaries”? But “Idol” has to push that single and give Kara some songwriting royalties!
1. Kris Allen – No Boundaries
2. Danny Gokey – Stand By Me
3. Allison Iraheta – I Can’t Make You Love Me
4. Matt Giraud – Human Nature
5. Adam Lambert – Mad World
6. Kris Allen – She Works Hard for the Money
7. Lil Rounds – I Surrender
8. Scott MacIntyre – Just The Way You Are
9. Michael Sarver – You Are Not Alone
10. Megan Corkrey – Walkin’ After Midnight
11. Anoop Desai – Always On My Mind
12. Adam Lambert – No Boundaries
In a small, unadorned studio far removed from cameras, spotlights and songs ending with an instant review, the top 10 “American Idol” finalists are getting ready for a nationwide tour.
They’re working on the intricacies of a group performance of “Don’t Stop Believin’,” with Matt Giraud and Scott MacIntyre singing and playing at dual pianos and the other eight, slouching comfortably on leather couches, adding their voices from the sidelines.
With so much behind them, and so much ahead, they manage to come across as friends who’ve gotten together for nothing more than a casual jam session.
Adam Lambert doesn’t seem to want you to hear “Want,” a song he recorded long before he rose to fame on “American Idol,” or the album it’s featured on.
In a statement released to MTV News late Friday (June 19), Lambert said that the song — and everything on On With the Show, an album being released this summer by Hi Fi Recordings/ Wilshire Records — is a time capsule that “in no way reflects” the music he’s making now.
Producer Patrick Lynn (Randy, Paula and Ryan are not in town) waded into Saturday’s crush unrecognized, scanning, giving no indication of who he was or what he was doing. “I’m looking for who stands out and who looks interesting,” he explained. “I want to see them with their guards down because, basically, a lot of these people, when they do go in for the audition, they will get nervous and they freeze up.”
So clearly, some folks are flagged ahead of time and when they arrive for first-round auditions, the producers are aware of that.