On tonight's season finale of 'American Idol,' judge Steven Tyler performed with his band Aerosmith. The longtime and much loved rockers debuted their brand-new single, 'Legendary Child.' The song is a rager, and Tyler, best known on the show for his clever, from left field one-liners, was in full on rock star mode once he got in front of that crowd.
'American Idol' Season 10 runner-up Lauren Alaina made her return to the 'Idol' stage last night (March 8, 2012), performing her rocking country single 'Georgia Peaches.' While Alaina was overjoyed about returning to the show that made her famous, she was even more excited about a collaboration that she announced post-performance.
'American Idol' judge Steven Tyler is turning into the stubborn wannabe who bombs during 'Idol' auditions, yet believes he's worthy of going to Hollywood anyway. Despite an overwhelmingly negative reaction to his performance of the national anthem at the AFC Championship Game, Tyler thinks he sounded just fine.
'American Idol' contestant Jennifer Diley described herself as "all-American" and perfect. Unfortunately, her pitch wasn't, so she didn't make it to Hollywood.
Now, the curvy brunette is complaining that judge Steven Tyler promised she'd go on to the Hollywood rounds and insinuates that the producers set her up for failure. Right.
What is it with reality talent competition judges botching the national anthem? 'The Voice' coach Christina Aguilera bungled the song at the Super Bowl last February, and now, Aerosmith frontman and 'American Idol' judge Steven Tyler is being crucified for his poor version of 'The Star-Spangled Banner,' which he sang this afternoon (Jan. 22) before the AFC championship game between the New England Patriots and the Baltimore Ravens. The Pats actually won the game, so Tyler's inept version wasn't a curse or bad luck.