Entertainment ‘American Idol’ Opens Online Auditions
Katy Perry Reveals Why Her ‘American Idol’ Co-Stars Won’t Have Jobs at Her Wedding (Exclusive)
The singer joked that Lionel Richie is just too pricey to hire as a wedding singer.ET's Lauren Zima recently sat down with the "Roar" songstress -- along with fellow judges Lionel Richie and Luke Bryan, and Idol host Ryan Seacrest -- and she addressed the possibility of having her famous friends possibly croon at her nuptials.
Even as season 3 of ABC’s American Idol chugs right along amid the coronavirus pandemic, it’s audition time again. Budding reality singing stars of the future can take advantage of all that basement rehearsal time to join the online auditions beginning Tuesday (April 7). Anyone interested in trying their luck should visit the, which will direct them to an eTribez sign-up.
You must be at least 15 years old to audition, with other eligibility requirements found.
In the meantime, the top 20 for this season was determined Sunday night — though in a last-minute twist, country singers Grace Leer and Lauren Mascitti landed in a run-off for the final spot. Voting to determine which woman will take that final position opened at 9:55 p.m. ET Sunday evening and closed on Tuesday morning. The person who won the final slot will be revealed on April 19 at 8 p.m. ET.
Katy Perry Is ''Slowing Down'' to Enjoy Her Pregnancy After Postponing Her Wedding
Katy Perry is enjoying her pregnancy, as she and Orlando Bloom practice social distancing during the Coronavirus pandemic.After debuting her baby bump two weeks ago in her "Never Worn White" music video, it looks the 35-year-old star is keeping a low-profile and cherishing her precious pregnancy moments at home.
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Amazon puts new online grocery customers on waitlist .
The retailer is also setting aside hours at some Whole Foods locations exclusively to fill online orders.The online retail giant has seen a surge in new orders as most of the US has been asked to stay home during the coronavirus outbreak, making it harder for customers to snag delivery slots and harder for grocers to keep high-demand items in stock.