Originally posted Tuesday, August 7, 2018 by RODNEY HOemail@example.com on his AJC Radio & TV Talk blog
Carrie Underwood today announced on Instagram she is pregnant with her second child.
She is married to hockey play Mike Fisher. Their first child Isaiah is three.
She recently talked about wanting more kids with Redbook: "I'm 35, so we may have missed our chance to have a big family," she said"We always talk about adoption and about doing it when our child or children are a little older."
After the baby arrives, she will start her “Cry Pretty” tour in May, 2018. She is coming to Atlanta October 19, 2019.
Kelly Clarkson is in talks to do a talk show in 2019.
At this stage in her career, she has enough hits and fans to tour the rest of her life even if she never has another big song. She seems to be enjoying her time as a coach on “The Voice.” So why not try something else?
This opportunity may also be why she decided to transplant from Nashville to Los Angeles.
She recently signed a talent deal with NBCUniversal and a talk show pilot is in the works, according to Hollywood Reporter.
The talk show could go into syndication or some other platform. Former Atlantan RuPaul is also considering a talk show.
Former “American Idol” judge Harry Connick Jr.’s talk show will stop airing episodes after two seasons this summer.
Scotty McCreery and his family won $25,000 for
St Jude’s Children’s Hospital on ABC’s “Celebrity Family Feud” this past Sunday.
McCreery had a couple of funny answers. Something you think of when you say boo. He said “Yah!” (Winning answer: “ghost.”) And what is something he immediately saw and said, “I’ll take it!” He said, “Fried chicken.” Shockingly, that received 11 votes. (No. 1 answer: animal or dog.) He won on what he dips his chicken nuggets with: “barbecue sauce.”
“American Idol” producer Core Media has purchased Intellectual Property Corporation. New name: Industrial Media.
Among the shows IPC producers: A&E’s Emmy-wining “Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath,” Oxygen’s “Price of Duty,” YouTube Red’s “Mind Field,” Discovery’s “Sticker Shock,” and a Meek Mill documentary series on Amazon prime.
Top five season 16 finisher Cade Foehner released a new song “Breathe Out.”
Adam Levine’s “Sugar” YouTube series released a trailer. It’s about big name stars surprising worthy individuals with live performances. The series debuts August 15. It features Kelly Clarkson in one episode:
Clay Aiken Tweet of the Week
After a 26-day fast from Twitter, Clay Aiken returns with this:
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