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Nick Jonas Wants to Join Mariah Carey on American Idol | Nick Jonas

American Idol

Nick Jonas Hopes to Join American Idol

Originally posted 08/05/2012 10:00AM

Nick Jonas is eager to join American Idol.

The singer, 19, shared his hopes of being named a judge for season 12 of the Fox show with his 4,621,940 Twitter followers Saturday.

"The rumors are true… I am being considered to be a judge on American Idol, and it would be a dream come true if it happens. #nickonidol," he Tweeted.

If selected, all three Jonas brothers will be on television at the same time.

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Nick Jonas & Miley Cyrus's 'Reconnection' Confirmed

Originally posted 06/19/2009 03:40PM



Did Joe Jonas call out his brother Nick and gal-pal Miley Cyrus on national TV? Believe he did!

During an interview Thursday night on Larry King Live, the veteran newsman asked the brothers about their "female situation." Joe, 19, claimed that all three are currently dating. But when King pressed on whether Joe's girlfriend (Camilla Belle, 22) is as famous as Nick's, Joe simply said, "I don't think anybody is as famous as Miley Cyrus."

When King's focus shifted to the coupling of Cyrus, 16, with Nick, also 16, the younger Jonas appeared incredulous and simply stated, "It's nice to have reconnected with her. For a little while there, we had not been as reconnected as we are now."

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Inside the All-Star MusiCares Tribute to Neil Diamond | Neil Diamond

Inside the All-Star MusiCares Tribute to Neil Diamond

Originally posted 02/07/2009 02:00PM

The night was a tribute to Neil Diamond, but it was Jennifer Hudson's moving take on his 1969 hit "Holly Holy" that brought down the house.

Wearing a gold jacket and black satin pantsuit, Hudson – backed by three singers – was serious and soulful in her powerful performance, which drew cheers from the audience three times during the song, especially when she hit high notes with a lot of vibrato.

The Los Angeles Convention Center audience of more than 1,500 immediately rose to its feet in a standing ovation as she mouthed the words "thank you" and took a small bow. As she looked up and saw the entire room standing and clapping, a look of genuine surprise came over her face, and her mouth fell open. She again mouthed the words "thank you," and waved to the crowd in appreciation.

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NYPD Fears Jonas Brothers 'Mob Scene' on New Year's

NYPD Fears Jonas Brothers 'Mob Scene' on New Year's

Originally posted 12/30/2008 09:05AM

They may be nothing more than three skinny teenagers with nice hair, but they've struck fear into the hearts of New York City's finest.

The New York Police Department – which has heroically handled terrorist attacks, blackouts and riots without a whimper – is being cautious over the "mob scene" that could result when the Jonas Brothers perform in Times Square at Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest on Wednesday night.

According to a source, police officials fessed up to their concerns in a recent meeting with producers of the show.

"So they're now planning on using extra [security] men for support," the source says. "It's going to be crazy because everyone will be in Times Square to watch them perform on the show."

If the extra cops can't quell Jonas-mania, maybe Mother Nature can. The forecast for New Year's Eve is currently a bone-chilling 17 degrees, with a chance of rain or snow.
Michael Y. Park

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