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The Day After Podcast with Jeffery Austin: Week of 5/6 By

Today on “The Day After,” my co-host, Season 9 The Voice finalist Jeffery Austin, and I discuss some shocking and saddening American Idol results, some boring and predictable Voice results, RuPaul’s...

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The Day After Podcast with Jeffery Austin: Week of 4/29 By

So, it was another wacky week for TV singing shows. First, yet another controversial format change on The Voice derailed what just might be the series’ worst season ever (and certainly...

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Lyndsey Parker Appears on the ABC Documentary ‘The Show Must Go On: The Queen + Adam Lambert Story’ By

The two-hour show also features interviews with Brian May, Roger Taylor, Adam Lambert and his family, Simon Cowell, Rami Malek, and the Foo Fighters’ Taylor Hawkins. Airing April 29 on...

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The Day After Podcast with Jeffery Austin: Week of 4/22 By

It was another crazy week for TV singing shows, as the controversial double-elimination of Uché and Dimitrius Graham on American Idol had some fans crying racism, while the problematic, new-fangled...

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‘American Idol’ Hopeful Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon’s Brave Coming-Out Story By

Ten years ago, a couple weeks ahead of the American Idol Season 8 finale, Entertainment Weekly put Adam Lambert on its cover and predicted that he might be the first...

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Kiefer Sutherland Talks Dark, Confessional Country Music By

Kiefer Sutherland admits he was “very aware of the stigma of an actor doing music” and “never really had any intention of making a record,” assuming he’d stay behind the...

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The Day After Podcast with Jeffery Austin: Week of 4/15 By

It was a controversial week on The Voice, as the series debuted its much-hyped new “Cross-Battles” and left many viewers, including myself and Season 9 finalist Jeffery Austin, feeling very...

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Bret Michaels on Whether ‘Rock of Love’ Would Fly Today By

Ten years ago, April 19, 2009, was a very dark day in television. That was the day that Poison frontman Bret Michaels’s outrageous VH1 dating show, Rock of Love, went...

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Looking Back at Hole’s ‘Live Through This,’ 25 Years Later By

Just a little over 25 years ago, Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain took his own life, on April 5, 1994. Exactly one week later, on April 12, Cobain’s widow, Courtney Love,...

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Garth Brooks Reflects on His Legacy and ‘Legacy,’ 30 Years On By

On April 12, 1989, country superstar Garth Brooks released his self-titled debut album. It eventually sold a whopping 10 million copies, and Brooks would go on to become the No....

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