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Hollie Cavanaugh didn't give the judges a good feeling on "American Idol."
Aerosmith has reunited with Jack Douglas, who produced the band's key 1970s albums, and quietly recorded a new studio album even as its lead singer traded jokes with Jennifer Lopez on "American Idol."
Elise Testone and Joshua Ledet successfully channeled icons of the opposite sex on "American Idol."
Phillip Phillips didn't follow any of the advice from his "American Idol" mentors _ and the judges loved him for it.
Gutsy "American Idol" contestant Jessica Sanchez took on Whitney Houston's biggest hit, delivering a performance that awed the show's judges.
Jermaine Jones has a second shot at becoming an "American Idol."
What would Steven Tyler, the American Idol judge, think of Steven Tyler, who sang the national anthem at the AFC championship game on Sunday?
"American Idol" is having a bit of a Goldilocks moment. When the nation's favorite TV addiction debuted 10 years ago, critics complained the judges were too mean to the hordes of would-be singers seeking celebrity.
If the U.S. Supreme Court is willing to listen, rocker Steven Tyler has something "old school" to say about nudity and profanity on broadcast TV.