April 8, 2011 by Post Team
However, departure Thursday Pia Toscano, met with disbelief by the judges, fellow contestants and probably even the late Paul octopus, but the famous gobsmacked, according to their Twitter accounts.
The two-time Oscar winner Tom Hanks, despite preface that he was not a hardore “American Idol” fan, went so far as to smoke, “How could the vote outside the U.S. Pia? What can do for the season! ”
Added his wife, actress and producer Rita Wilson, “Pia was kidding?”
Ashton Kutcher has to think so and he knows, “Who are the people who vote on American Idol (sic)?” wrote. “That’s crazy! That girl Pia is dope!”
“Pia should have won the whole thing,” wrote Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi of “Jersey Shore.” Despite his own roller coaster week – to get support for a WrestleMania season to be called “degenerate” by a senator from New Jersey – Snooki said: “I’m not looking (sic) more Idol.”
Big-voiced Toscano was considered an early pioneer, but the injury to the girl running to be voted on talent show, a week after Thia Meglia Mountain House. Eight contestants remain, including Santa Cruz James Durbin and all the other guys who made the Top 13.
According E! Online
About the only one not surprised by the starting Toscano is herself.
“I go a lot of feeling and what’s inside me,” he said. “After my performance (of” River Deep, Mountain High “) I felt something strange. I told my parents,” I kind of feel like I’ll be in the bottom three tomorrow. When it happened, I kind of expected. ”
Cheryl Burke of San Mateo’s “Dancing With the Stars” Toscano gave a farewell speech on Twitter: “Pie is so talented and beautiful we wish you well I’m sure his career will be full of success!”
HEY, USA ALSO: Naomi and Wynonna Judd were on “The View” on Thursday, announcing that no Ashley Judd was the only woman to sexual abuse.
Naomi singing matriarch said after 3 years, had to reject a man three times higher compared. “I hit him away,” he said. “I never said anything to anyone” – until, asked about his or her first memories in therapy two years ago.
Wynonna Judd wrote about his abuse in his memoirs, “Coming Home to Myself” and called herself “a work in progress” on the show Thursday.
Actress Ashley Judd, the daughter of Naomi and sister Wynonna, writes in his new memoir, “All that is bitter and sweet child who was abused by a neighborhood man.
Wynonna said Ashley’s book had not severed the famous family, and Naomi said, “It’s your turn to tell his version of events.”
BABIES, KIDS, BABY: The late Waylon Jennings has another of the same name.
“The Sopranos” actress Drea de Matteo and singer Shooter Jennings, son of Waylon, Waylon welcomed Albert “Blackjack” Jennings, on Thursday, the proud father – whose name is also Albert Waylon – reported on Twitter. The couple, dating for nine years and participated for almost two have a daughter, 3 years old, Alabama Gypsyrose.
Waylon Jennings Arnold, famous for singing “Mammas Do not Let Your Babies grow Cowboys,” died in.
“Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” Mariska Hargitay and husband Peter Hermann have taken a week-old daughter, Josefina Amaya.
Hargitay, 47, which considers both the domestic and international adoption -Amaya was born in this country -, told People magazine, “We are very pleased that we are now a multi-racial family.” She also says her 4 ½ years old, August, “the flame to her baby because she says it was all his idea.”
Tina Fey’s pregnancy was not written in “30 Rock”, reports People magazine. The current season has wrapped, and production will not be postponed for next season, good for A. Source told the magazine.
Fey, has a 4-year-old daughter, Alice, with her husband Jeff Richmond.
TODAY IN HISTORY
Today is Saturday, April 9, day 99 of. There are 266 days left in the year.
1939: The singer Marian Anderson performed a concert at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington after being denied use of Constitution Hall by the Daughters of the American Revolution.
1942: The American and Philippine defenders on Bataan capitulated to Japanese forces; the surrender was followed by the infamous Death March of Bataan, which claimed thousands of lives.
1959: Architect Frank Lloyd Wright, died in Phoenix, Arizona
1996: In a dramatic power shift in bag snuff, President Bill Clinton signed a bill line-item veto on the law. (The U.S. Supreme Court overturned the veto in 1998.)
2001: Baseball Hall of Famer Willie Stargell died in Wilmington, North Carolina, at age.
2010: Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens announced his retirement. (Elena Kagan filled his vacancy.)
Play boy magazine founder Hugh Hefner (85), naturalist Jim Fowler (79), actor Jean-Paul Belmondo (78), country singer Margo Smith (69), country singer Hal Ketchum (58), actor Dennis Quaid (57), comedian Jimmy Tingle (56), World Golf Hall of Fame, Severiano Ballesteros (54), sports reporter Lisa Guerrero (47), model Paulina Porizkova (46), actress Cynthia Nixon (45), Rock singer Kevin Martin of Candlebox (42), rock singer Gerard Way of My Chemical Romance (34), actress Keshia Knight Pulliam (32), rocker Albert Hammond Jr. of The Strokes (31), actor Jay Baruchel (29), actress Leighton Meester (25), actor and singer Jesse McCartney (24), R & B singer Jazmine Sullivan (24), actress Kristen Stewart (21), actress Elle Fanning (13), classical crossover singer Jackie Evancho (11).
- Associated Press
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