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E! News is reporting that Carey is currently negotiating her deal, and we all know they have a really good inside source in Ryan Seacrest who hosts both E! News and Idol.
“American Idol” had a solid set of personalities after cutting the fat post season one, however that all changed when producers decided not to renew Paula Abdul’s contract just before the most previous season began. From there, of course, Ellen Degeneres joined the panel. She announced after only one season that she has quit. Rumor also has it that Idol execs have decided to cut Kara DiGuardi from the judges panel as well.
These recent changes were prompted by the resignation of Simon Cowell, and now producers say they are working to put together a group of judges who have chemistry not star power.
However, the names mentioned as possible replacements scream star power. Jennifer Lopez has confirmed she did not accept the offer, and Jessica Simpson is rumored to also be interested.
Randy Jackson is evidently the only judge confirmed for the new season as the other candidates wait for notification. He has been with the show since its start nine seasons ago. If Carey does join
l comply with the order just because if she is under the impression that he’s her husband, she may wish to continue her attempts to contact him.
“I still love Paula,” Nigel said to Variety recently. According to Soraya Roberts at nydailynews.com, Lythgoe – who left “American Idol” to focus on “So You Think You Can Dance” – went on to say: “She’s signed to CBS, probably exclusively, but I’d recommend we have her in a heartbeat.”
Lythgoe – who described “American Idol” judge Randy Jackson as a “barnacle” and confirmed his position on the judging panel – also gave the other rumored judges, Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler and singer/actress Jennifer Lopez, his support. “If she joins, I’m happy,” he said about J-Lo.