We're not so sure how to feel about this...
This is a big change!
American Idol is heading into its 14th season, and a couple of big changes are coming with it!
The first is that their Top 10 rounds will be whittled down to one night only!
Was this a meticulously planned, Kill Bill-esque attempt at stone cold revenge?!
Well, according to the American Idol alum:
This American Idol judge will no longer be a part of this show!
Even though he was a fixture on the long running reality television series!
Randy Jackson is finally hanging up his hat from American Idol after thirteen whole seasons on the show, and we'll definitely be sorry that Randy is leaving.
It hasn't been an overall exceptional last few months for Randy who has struggled through a myriad of problems.
This is tragic!
America Idol alum Joanne Borgella has passed away at the extremely young age of 32 this past Saturday on October 18th.
Joanne died after a lengthy fight with a rare case of endometrial cancer - something she was diagnosed with only a year ago.
The news was announced by Joanne's family through the artist's Facebook page.
Here's what they wrote
HOW?! How can a woman be THIS stunning and seXXXy at the same time?!
But is J.Lo's envious booty and all the potential to find new talent enough to get folks to tune in for the fourteenth season, beginning in January??!
Will you be watching American Idol's fourteenth season??!
Total Votes: 2,522
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What is happening in Hollywood?!
Reportedly, Randy Jackson's wife Erika also filed for divorce, after being married for 18 years!
Un-FORTUNE-ately for the American Idol judge, there was no prenup, so he's splitting his $40 million 50/50 with his wife, since he made his ca$$$h while they were together.
Oddly, they're more on the Jenners' path than Wizber's though, because the couple is reportedly still living together, there was no cheating, and they get along just fine!
No word on WHY they want to get divorced, since things seem so amicable, but maybe they just grew apart.
Either way, we hope both parties can move on from this without too much sadness.
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