Now that L.A. has announced he will not return for another season of ‘ The X Factor,’ he’s suggesting Rihanna replace him on the show. Keep reading for all the exclusive details!
In a surprising announcement, the ‘X Factor’ judge and mentor has decided that he will not be coming back for another season. What happened? Read on for more details.
L.A. Reid has taken notice of Britney’s diva side on The X Factor Wednesday when the ‘Womanizer’ slashed Simon and his remarks over one of the contestants on her team. Read on for all the juicy details!
L.A. Reid has learned one thing this season on The X Factor, and that’s not to mess with Britney Spears! The “Piece of Me” singer put all the judges on notice, when she got mean and cut Simon Cowell down to size over comments he made about her and one of the contestants on Britney’s team.
Sadly, we only got a glimpse at the top 16 due to a baseball rain delay — but at least we found out who Britney & L.A. picked!
After a nice 45-minute delay due to a baseball game (or something), The X Factor picked right back up Oct. 17 with the judges’ choices for the live shows. Too bad the show was also later cut short, leaving us wondering who actually made the top 16. Grrr!
No more Mr. Nice Judge! L.A. tells HollywoodLife.com he ‘hates’ being nice to ‘X Factor’ contestants.
We were shocked when L.A. Reid said he had “no interest” in his over-25 group, but it turns out that was only the start of his dark days on The X Factor. “I’m one of those guys that really despises nice people,” L.A. recently told reporters at an X Factor event in Los Angeles. “I don’t like seeing myself in a nice mode. I want to be mean. I like Simon Cowell because he’s always mean; I like Britney Spears because she’s mean; and this year, it feels like me and Demi Lovato are the nice people. I don’t like that.”
We resumed with performances at the judges’ homes on the Oct. 11 episode of ‘X Factor,’ where we finally got to see the over-25’s perform for L.A. Reid — and Justin Bieber!
Bring on the Biebs! Jason Brock started us off at L.A. Reid‘s home on the Oct. 11 episode of The X Factor with Fergie‘s “Big Girls Don’t Cry,” which was a little too slow and boring for my taste. “He didn’t hold back at all” Justin Bieber said. “I think that he gave it everything and that showed. But it’s not only about that.” (Basically, he was good, but definitely not great.)
L.A. Reid — You were so mean on the Oct. 10 episode of ‘X Factor’ — you completely degraded the group you were given to mentor, the ‘Over 25s.’ Get over yourself and try to help these people succeed!
Justin Bieber helps out L.A. Reid as a guest mentor on the Oct. 10 episode of ‘X Factor’ — Watch a new preview clip below!
Bootcamp is over and the top 24 contestants are headed to the judges homes in the new episode, which airs tonight, Oct. 10. Justin Bieber joins judge L.A. Reid as a guest mentor to the delight of the contestants!
Big news for Beliebers around the world! Justin has reportedly teamed up with L.A. Reid to be a celebrity mentor on ‘X Factor’ AND Nick Jonas might be teaming up with Demi Lovato! Read on for more details!
It sounds like it’s going to be a star-studded group of mentors next season on X Factor! And we’re sure millions of girls will be tuning in now that Justin Bieber and Nick Jonas have reportedly agreed to help the contestants!
Simon says although he fired Paula Abdul, they’re going to work together on a new project in the ‘near future’ — could it be a new show?
Simon Cowell turned X Factor upside down on Jan. 30 by firing judges Paula Abdul and Nicole Scherzinger along with the show’s host Steve Jones. But he says in a new statement that Paula is a “close friend.” Why do you think he gave them all the boot?
The final three botched their duets with celebrity superstars, but soared with their solos. Which one got YOUR vote?
We had a rocky start to tonight’s final The X Factor performances. The first songs, which were supposed to be exciting and touching duets with famous artists, were totally awkward, poorly executed messes — leaving us scratching our heads and feeling disappointed in the final three. However, Josh Krajcik, Melanie Amaro and Chris Rene all made up for their lackluster starts with INCREDIBLE second performances. In fact, I’m still sitting here with chills — completely conflicted about who should be deemed the $5 million winner.
After witnessing Rachel Crow’s emotional breakdown when she learned she had been voted off ‘The X Factor,’ I have to wonder if producers should raise the age limit next season
First it was Astro and then it was Rachel Crow…and neither were pretty. When Astro — who was 14 when he started The X Factor and 15 when he left — was placed in the bottom two for the first time, he threw a hissy fit and refused to sing his save song. Only a couple weeks later on Dec. 8, Rachel, 13, was voted off and fell to the floor in a fit of tears. Is all of the pressure of live, reality TV too much for kids to handle?
Josh Krajcik gave the best performance of the season on ‘The X Factor’ Nov. 22. He may have just become this year’s winner!
A day earlier but equally as intriguing, tonight’s The X Factor was all about “giving thanks.” However, leave it to Josh Krajcik‘s performance to make me thankful to have The X Factor as a staple on my DVR.
Stacy Francis certainly didn’t mince words about contestant Astro when the judges sent her home instead of him on last night’s, Nov. 17, X Factor.
The 42-year-old mom of two who was hoping to finally fulfill her dream of a full-time singing career, had her hopes dashed when Simon Cowell, L.A. Reid, and Paula Abdul voted to send her home and keep the attitude-challengedRead More!