Saturday, January 16, 2010

Jermaine Sellers - American Idol Golden Ticket interview

American Idol Season 9 hopeful Jermaine Sellers has a message for people who are going through a tough time. He can also speak Gibberish!



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Thursday, January 14, 2010

Jermaine Sellers American Idol Atlanta Audition: "One of Us"

At the Atlanta auditions for American Idol Season 9 one of the first stand-outs was Jermaine Sellers, who sang Joan Osborne's "What If God Was One of Us" with a bit of an R&B vibe.

No stranger to singing competitions, Sellers was the second runner-up on BET's "Sunday's Best" in 2007, and he also appeared on Tyler Perry's 'The Marriage Counselor.'

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Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Jermaine Sellers sings "Keep Your Head to the Sky"

Jermaine Sellers sings "Keep Your Head to the Sky" on Sunday's Best.

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American Idol Season 9: Hotlanta Preview!

Season 8 Finalist Alexis Grace interviews a lively bunch at the Season 9 auditions in Atlanta.



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Friday, January 8, 2010

Randy Jackson says no Adam Lambert or Kris Allen clones on next American Idol

There won't be anyone quite like Adam Lambert on the next season of "American Idol."

Easygoing "Idol" judge Randy Jackson told reporters during a Friday teleconference that he expected to see clones of the over-the-top eighth season runner-up or even croony champion Kris Allen show up to audition for the Fox talent competition's ninth season, which premieres Tuesday (8 p.m. EST), but there were none to be found this time around.

"Usually, whoever comes in first or second, that next season of auditions, you have a lot of those kinds of people," he said. "It's almost like a signal to everyone at home that was like them that now it's time to try out for 'American Idol.' It didn't happen like that this time. We got a very interesting, unique cast that's only unique to this season nine."

Jackson, who serves on the judging panel with Simon Cowell, Kara DioGuardi and newcomer Ellen DeGeneres, said audition cities Dallas and Atlanta offered singers with the most starpower while Orlando, Fla., was "really strange" in terms of finding talent. He also said he was on the lookout for female crooners because the past two winners have been male.

"I think there's some really talented girls that showed up this time," he said.

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Thursday, January 7, 2010

American Idol Season 9 commercial

The American Idol promo commercial features Kradam - Kris Allen and Adam Lambert. Check out Season 9 starting next Tuesday.

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