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Remember when you were a kid and there were those Choose Your Own Adventure books? Well now, Jennifer Lopez is bringing it back, so to speak. J.Lo is pairing up with American Idol to have you the fans vote to pick an ending for her official video to On The Floor.

From now until March 3rd, you can log on to www.americanidol.com/jennifer_lopez/ to view different possible endings to the video. Then, you can vote for your favorite. Then, on the March 3rd episode of American Idol on FOX, the video will premiere with the winning ending (all brought to you by Ford).

Learn about the 3 endings after the jump…

White Party 2011: Performers Announced

In: Tommy D, Totally GAY!

And they are all INCREDIBLE! The HOTTEST vocalists on the scene right now are all booked to perform at Jeffrey Sanker’s White Party in Palm Springs this April. After a very impressive DJ lineup announcement (including some of my faves Freemasons, Joe Gauthreaux, Kimberly S, Peter Rauhofer, Rosabel and Hector Fonseca), the performer list was revealed a couple days ago and it’s unbelievable! I wasn’t sure if I was wanting to go this year, but after the performer announcement, it’s making me REALLY want to go! Here are the girls!

Alexis Jordan

Arguably the hottest vocalist out there right now, her song “Happiness” was one of the best club tracks out for almost 2 years. Being only 18 years old, she’s also one of the youngest? Can she even get into clubs (I’m teasing). She’s got a new track out “Good Girl” with a sickening remix done by The Freemasons. Alexis is performing the Sunday T Dance, the BEST event of the whole weekend with The Freemasons.

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A couple of weeks ago, Tyrell gave you the first look at Jennifer Lopez’s “On The Floor” music video via MTV News. If you love the song and Jenny from the block, you’re in for a real treat today. I have a more in-depth and extended behind the scenes look which was filmed in late January. Taj Stansberry, who’s also worked with Taio Cruz, Rihanna and Ne-Yo, directed the music video.

With Lady Gaga and Britney Spears releasing highly-anticipated music videos in the coming weeks, I hope Jennifer’s doesn’t get lost in the shuffle. Early indicators dictate it should do well as the track has been well received and growing more popular by the day. Plus, she has “American Idol” as a platform to pimp out her single to millions of viewers on a weekly basis. RedOne did a smashing job creating a track that’ll give Jennifer Lopez a much-needed hit.

When filming the music video, Lopez asked the choreographer, Frank Gatson, to create dance moves that would inspire viewers to imitate and copy. In other words, she wanted her very own “Single Ladies” phenomenon. Does she succeed? I’ll reserve full judgment til the final product, but it looks like you’ll need lots of room to work your arms out.

“[We're trying to create a vibe] that’s so amazing. [It's like] everybody had some watermelon and the watermelon made them high, it gave them a little buzz — but a good buzz, a real magical buzz, a dance buzz, a buzz that makes you feel like fried chicken, so she just wants everybody to have a good old time…. The club must have this vibe, where you get on the floor and everybody’s bringing it,” he added. “We’ve seen so many club videos, but we want to see a club video with a vibe unique to Jennifer Lopez.” – Jennifer Lopez

check out the extended preview after the jump

Lady Antebellum and Arcade Fire were the big winners on last night’s Grammy Awards. The show kinda dragged in the middle, but started off great with that wicked Aretha Franklin tribute. Didn’t Jennifer Hudson and Florence Welch impress during their sets. Who knew Flo had so much soul? Not me. Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Norah Jones and Ce-Loo also impressed with their respective performances. Be sure to check out Tyrell’s rundown of the Grammy show and performances if you missed the show.

But enough about the show, let’s start dishing on what the musicians wore on the red carpet. Ever since Jennifer Lopez showed up in that infamous green Versace dress in 2000, celebs have been using the event to make a big fashion splash. The biggest trend on the red carpet this year was definitely metallics. Whether it was crystals, mirrors, sequins or other shiny fabrications, the brighter the better. So instead of picking my usual Top 10 best and 5 worst dressed, I decided to highlight all the glittery dresses that caught my eye along with three non-shiny outfits that impressed. Don’t worry, my picks for the worst fashion violations can be found after glitterati gowns. Check out my choices for both lists below.

check out the fashions after the jump

American Idol 10: Hollywood Week Day 1 & 2

In: Donovan, TV Shows

After seven episodes of hearing the good, the bad, and the truly awful, we enter the second phase of “American Idol“. Hollywood Week is by and far my favorite part of the audition process. In past years, the producers have skimmed through this portion and it always left me with wanting more. Even though tonight’s episode was only an hour and covered the first two days of competition in Hollywood (actually it was Pasadena), it was very well-paced and covered quite a lot.

Surprisingly, the episode followed up with plenty of the contestants we’ve gotten to known through the auditions. This year, over 327 singers received golden tickets, doubling the amount they normally grant. Will more contestants mean, more drama and tears. I surely hope so. By the end of the episode, over half of them didn’t survive the sudden death solo rounds. Check below to see, which early favorites fizzled and which continued to sizzle.

see performances after the jump

American Idol 10: San Francisco Brings It

In: Donovan, TV Shows

Woo hoo, the seventh and final stop for American Idol Season 10′s audition tour is upon us. I can’t believe we’re already here. After Los Angeles’ dreckitude of an episode, the audition portion of this season ended on a high note. As promised, San Francisco delivered with talent but also in Idol-type Lifetime movie of the week stories, and with memorable gimmicks. Let’s just say, it was more than meets the eye *wink*.

Thankfully, the producers decided to opt out of the traditional “Best & Worst” mashup episode tomorrow. Rather, we’re heading straight to Hollywood Week. Is this a sign that major dramz runs amuck during the highly stressful slash entertaining phase of American Idol? I surely hope so. Rumor has it that Hollywood Week will end with a sudden death Top 20 with voters selecting the finalists. Can’t wait. But before we get there, check out some San Francisco golden ticket recipients that stand a good chance of going far. Watch them all below.

check out which performances I liked after the jump

I knew it. I knew it. I knew it. The moment I wrote in yesterday’s Idol recap that this season was amazing and that the talent was phenomenal, I knew I jinxed myself. This episode was the epitome of what I hate during the audition portion of the season. It was filled with losers who couldn’t sing and simply there, trying to capture their 15 minutes of fame.

Personally, I don’t even know why the producers go to LA. The city never produces any memorable performances. Instead, it’s just a bunch of fame-seeking failed entertainers trying to grab a little attention. Idol is lucky they placed this episode near the tail end of the process, otherwise I would’ve given up on this Season the minute I saw this. Thankfully, after San Francisco’s stop, it’s onto Hollywood Week, which is my favorite portion of the show.

Nigel Lythgoe is the king of giving contestants he likes a leg up in the competition and last night he was in major pimping mode. Before the episode even started, the show began with a montage of the “best talent” we’ve seen so far. Brett Loewenstern, Lauren Alaina, Casey Abrams, Jackie Wilson, Robbie Rosen, Jacee Badeaux, Chris Medina, Thia Megia, Scott McCreery and a few more received a little bit of airtime reminding America that this was good and what we were about to see in the next hour was supremely BAD. Was the LA episode just a big joke on us, so that Idol could promote their “chosen ones” a little before Hollywood Week? I smell a conspiracy.

check out which performances I liked after the jump

American Idol 10: Digs For Talent In Austin

In: Donovan, TV Shows

With four episodes down, I can confidently say “American Idol” is back. The show is really experiencing a renaissance with the new judging panel. Critics everywhere are giving praise for the chemistry Steven Tyler, Jennifer Lopez and Randy Jackson have. The trio were even on Oprah Winfrey to briefly talk about the show yesterday. Not only are the judges hitting all the right notes, but so are this year’s contestants. The talent this year is really starting to shine. Hopefully, the voting public will pick a winner that will actually sell records and not just make tween girls horny enough to flood telephone lines and go on texting frenzies.

After hitting New Jersey, Milwaukee, Nashville and New Orleans, American Idol headed off to Austin, hoping to find that oil wasn’t the only thing bountiful in Texas. This was the third time Idol hit the capital city of the Lone Star State. Will this time prove as fruitful as previous visits? Check out below to see who I thought stood out from last night’s episode.

check out which performances I liked after the jump

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