The new season of American Idol starts tonight, and fans are ready to watch another new set of judges take on the auditions. In the past few seasons, we have seen so many changes to the cast, and we watched the show go on without the snarkiness of Simon Cowell. But could the show survive without the backbone of the series, aka Ryan Seacrest? One head honcho doesn’t think so!
In Hollywood it’s great to be a hyphenate — writer-director, actor-producer, reality show star/sex tape star. But there’s a current crossover crisis in Olympics coverage. There’s been a huge outcry among sports fans regarding Ryan Seacrest doing Olympics interviews. Why such the disdain for the “American Idol” star and should he have stuck with song and dance competitions or does he have the chops to cover actual news?
It looks as if the tribe has spoken as the Emmy nominations Thursday morning snubbed Survivor host Jeff Probst. The long-time reality host has won the award every year since the Emmy category for outstanding host for a reality or reality-competition program was introduced four years ago. How is this even possible? How can somebody like Probst have a clean sweep and then be completely ignored? Just seems very strange to me, especially considering the other nominees who were put up in his place — several of them being losers to Probst in previous years. So who is up for the award this year since Probst has been booted from the battle? Read on to find out!
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