If you are anything like myself you haven’t actually tuned in for a full season of ‘American Idol’ since Fantasia won her freedom papers. With show producers doing their best to bring in as many viewers as possible without pissing off folks who live in Bible Belt states, the show featured divas from all walks of life for the Season 12 finale.
Prepare a table in the presence of your enemies and receive this manna from heaven: a quick read never requires a bookmark.
Barbara Walters: Nicki [Minaj] recently released a song. It’s called “Hell Yeah,” it’s about American Idol. And she says “I’m quick to check a bitch if she’s out of line.” Are you the bitch she’s singing about?
Mariah Carey: Don’t know. Don’t know what she sang. I didn’t know that she sang. I thought she rapped, or whatever.
Mariah Carey tipped the orange carpet in a Balenciaga dress and Gucci heels on Saturday in support of husband Nick Cannon at the Nickelodeon TeenNick HALO Awards in Hollywood. Cannon created the event in 2009 to honor teenagers who are making a difference in their communities by helping and leading others.
“I’m super proud of my hubby, Mr. Nick Cannon. I think this is amazing, that he conceptualized the whole thing,” gushed Mimikins. “Really, he’s so involved in this. It’s all about giving back. That’s what the awards are all about.”
The diva-sized (and contrived for ratings if you want my opinion) feud between Mariah and fellow ‘American Idol’ judge Nicki Minaj seems to be cooling off.
Drunk Ass Tami put the Boone’s Farm down long enough to enjoy an evening at the theater, Jill Scott and Queen Latifah visit 106 & Park to promote the all-chocolate version of ‘Steel Magnolias’, Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon treat their tiny tots to a day at the Santa Monica Pier and more in today’s edition of Star Tracks. Check out the flicks below!
Before I could do successfully do the Carebear Countdown and rid myself of fucks to give Nicki Minaj and Mariah Carey‘s meltdown on the set of ‘American Idol’ my lovely chocolate twin Kid Fury hit YouTube to share his thoughts.