Check out Michael Slezak’s shoutout of sorts to Season 7 of AI in his (and Melinda Doolittle’s, yay!) TVLine video, starting at about 4:55:
Following the Academy Awards in honoring the 75th anniversary of The Wizard of Oz, TheCelebrityCafe.com has compiled a list of their top ten covers of “Over the Rainbow.” Guess who made the list? Jason Castro Jason Castro put a unique spin on “Somewhere Over The Rainbow” during his time on American Idol. Even though he
Hola amigos. Last season, a chat room was put up at LemonZsus.com and many of the friends from the four corners of my universe have been posting there about this and that and t’other. I’m going to bring this chat over here so that anyone might want to can join in to chat about American
According to an article on the Niagra Frontier Publications website, “American Idol XIII” will be providing complimentary Idol-themed gift wrapping in a number of shopping centers across the US, and Jason will be stopping by the Katy Mills Mall Center in Houston! (As always, check with the venue–in this case, call the mall!–before heading out.
…and Jason has been around and about, taking part in the festivities. Yesterday he posted this image on his Facebook page: with the message: Visiting with media friends during American Idol finale week festivities in Los Angeles. And there was this radio interview with Katy Boyd from Fee’s Kompany on Q104: As we get more
People Magazine has put together a special issue, looking at every finalist from the first 10 seasons of American Idol. It hit the newstands this past Friday, and luckily for us, a fan posted a scan of the piece about Jason on Twitter: Scan by @rhiminee (In case you can’t squint hard enough to make