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‘American Idol’ Recap: Fall Out Boy’s Pete Wentz & Patrick Stump Give Advice, Caleb Johnson Rocks Out
“It was just one of the coolest things and I felt very lucky to be there. She really gave a lot of love to the fans,” Stump said. “It definitely felt like getting to see a completely different world. It was awesome. I’m very satisfied with how it went.” He added: “She’s a hell of an entertainer and her audience was amazing.” We’re assuming he’s not talking about this particular sect of her audience.
Check out their rockin’ performance below. More »
GCH’s friend and collaborator Patrick Stump played soloist for the evening, filling in for Bruno Mars on “Billionaire”, Ryan Tedder on “The Fighter” and Adam Levine on “Stereo Hearts” (an ironic song to play unplugged). Flame-haired vixen Neon Hitch also showed up to lend her voice to The Papercut Chronicles II single “Ass Back Home”. Watch all the performances below. More »
“I’ve actually been dying for this day,” said GCH frontman Travie McCoy of the band’s first Unplugged taping. “It gives us a chance to breathe new life into these songs as we strip them down, it’s very cool.”
Watch Stump become a Gym Class Hero in the preview performance above, and check out the full episode of VH1 Unplugged: Gym Class Heroes when it premieres online Thursday July 12 at 4 p.m. EST. [Via VH1]
:: Lea Michelle, Cory Monteith, Chris Colfer, Jane Lynch, Matthew Morrison and series creator Ryan Murphy taped an appearance on Inside The Actor’s Studio. Our favorite part: when host James Lipton asks Colfer what he’d like to hear God say at the pearly gates of Heaven, he replies, “Don’t listen to them. You get to come in too.” [PopCrush]
:: Demi Lovato is set to perform at the 2012 People’s Choice Awards. [Neon Limelight]
:: Hit the streets of New York with Patrick Stump and see what it’s like to spend a day as the Soul Punk singer. [PopDust]
:: Jessie J spilled her New Years resolution. And it’s definitely not what you would expect. [Huffington Post]
:: Kevin Federline sends Britney Spears best wishes upon learning of her engagement. [Pink Is The New Blog]
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Kicking off our annual series is Patrick Stump, who selected an album from a songwriting legend, and someone who clearly influenced the “This City” crooner’s own musicianship. And that talent has been in evidence more than ever this year, as Patrick rocked a string of a cappella crowd pleasers, and his debut solo LP, Soul Punk, which itself ranks among the best albums of 2011 . Jump below to find out whose music had the biggest impact on Stump in 2011. More »
And so, like at the end of 2010, each of the site’s three editors recently took it upon themselves to strap on their pumped up kicks and sift through the records that ran the world, rolled in the deep and took them to their own personal edge of glory in 2011. Head below to catch the roundup of Idolator’s 10 Favorite Albums Of The Year (which, we’ll point out, are in no particular order).
Patrick Stump was originally supposed to appear on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno a few weeks ago, but got bumped because President Obama decided he wanted to chit-chat with Jay. (The nerve!) Stump finally got his chance to shine on the late night talk show while wearing a flashy cobalt blue suit (complete with one of his favorite things — a matching bowtie!) as he performed “This City”. The Soul Punk singer sounded phenomenal, though we’re itching for a new single at this point. The bubbly ode to drinking, “Run Dry”, would be our pick. Nevertheless, check out the boy in bright blue below!