We have your Cee Los, your Sharon Osbournes, and your Simon Cowells, right here.
Meanwhile, Law & Order: SVU is one popular 15-year-old.
Paulina Rubio is also a new judge.
The Following was a bloody hit, but it wasn't enough to make up for American Idol's downward ratings spiral.
She'll be back for season three.
They've already got Celine Dion, after all.
“I think Britney did a really good job."
She's probably getting fired.
Simon Cowell, you stole two hours of our lives with the X Factor season finale.
You guys, The X Factor is almost over!
A better host on a better show would have asked Brit why she gave the gas face.
He won't be back for season three.
This show feels like a situation. A condition. A predicament.
Once you have visited the X Factor VIP Tent, it is difficult to come back down to earth.
In which we watch the episode from the VIP tent.
Between Mario Lopez, Khloe Kardashian, and Britney Spears, The X Factor is the world’s leading producer of fixed, joyless smiles.
So we are down to our top eight here on The X Factor, yet the performance shows are still two hours long.
We wrote this with an elephant-tranquilizer level of tryptophan still coursing through our stiffened arteries.
For some reason, there are two episodes this Thanksgiving week.
It was a double elimination night, folks!
Let me grab my X-Factorese-to-English dictionary. Oh, here we go; that means “songs sung by people who have sung songs.”
The synopsis of last night's episode read: "a number of contestants are sent home." But how many?
In case you've missed every other show she's been on.
Last night’s theme was Songs From the Movies, one of those themes that is defined so broadly that it is essentially meaningless.