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Kelsea Stahler
Celebrity Editor Kelsea Stahler was born in a pile of dirt. Okay, she was actually born in an old Naval hospital in San Diego, which then became a pile of dirt and remained as such for a number of years before becoming a parking lot perfectly sized for circus tents, and finally a museum. She eventually left San Diego to attend New York University, where she studied Journalism and English literature — two less-than profitable liberal arts degrees about which guidance counselors warned her. Against all odds, she now resides in Brooklyn, where she fights the constant fear that the locals will soon discover she isn’t quite cool enough to live there, and makes a living writing absurd, pop culture features about Batman, zombies, vampires, funny people, and Ron Swanson.
  • Beyonce Cancels Concert, Is Probably Pregnant After All
    By: Kelsea Stahler May 14, 2013
    Bow down, b**ches. Beyoncé has most likely been shaking her thang and running the world, all the while with a little sibling for Blue Ivy in her golden womb. As much as we hate to eat our words, it's really starting to appear that Bey is pregnant with baby number two.  At first, the evidence was rather scant, and somewhat ridiculous. A wavering shadow in a fan's concert video from London "proved" Queen B had a bit of a belly protrusion. That her gown at the Met Gala had a high-waisted belt (one of her go-to silhouettes) was a sure sign that she had a baby bump to hide. Then, her rule about only allowing her own photographers at her concerts was pulled back up from the depths as evidence, though that was clearly to prevent more Hulk-like images from hitting the Internet. But now, Bey has canceled her concert in Belgium due to "exhaustion and hydration," according to the AP.   That's classic celeb-speak for "I'm pregnant, but I'm not going to confirm it until the baby bump starts inhibiting my dance moves." Hollywood.com was unable to obtain comment from Beyoncé's reps regarding her potentially joyous personal news, but the chips are certainly starting to fall: Bey mentions a second baby, Bey starts wearing her belts up high, then Bey cancels her concert. If she isn't pregnant, than I'm starting to get worried. Beyoncé has never been one to slow down on a tour.  So, while the official word is that there's no confirmation of Beyoncé's second pregnancy, it's really starting to look like Blue Ivy will be a big sister before too long. However, the next (and somewhat selfish) question becomes: if the rumors are true, what will become of the next few months of her tour? Here's the video of the purple jump suit that started it all: Follow Kelsea on Twitter @KelseaStahler  More:Beyonce Wore a High Belt, Is Obviously Pregnant NowBeyonce Wants to Make Blue Ivy a Big SisterH&M Uses Beyonce To Sell Bathing Suits  From Our Partners:What Happened to 33 Child Stars (Celebuzz)40 Most Revealing See-Through Red Carpet Looks (Vh1)
  • 'Star Trek' Star Zoe Saldana Goes Topless for 'Allure,' Says She's 'Androgynous'
    By: Kelsea Stahler May 14, 2013
      Star Trek Into Darkness sexpot Zoe Saldana is known for her strong, powerful characters like her Lieutenant on the Star Fleet Enterprise, Nyote Uhura. So it's no wonder Saldana is not only comfortable baring it all in a topless photo shoot for Allure magazine, but that she's also baring her soul in a very candid interview.  After splitting from recent beau, Hangover III star Bradley Cooper, the question on everyone's mind is "Who will she date next?" Well, it's the question that is on every interviewer's notepad, at least, and not really on Saldana's mind. She doesn't seem to be interested in lining up her next romantic conquest, saying of dating men in Hollywood, "Been there, done that, got the T-Shirt." Um, you don't have the T-shirt in this shoot, lady!  But it's not just men in Hollywood that may have turned Saldana off. She also admits that she may "end up" with a woman when she reaches her happily ever after. "[I might] end up with a woman raising my children…that’s how androgynous I am," she says. There's another word for that, and it's not really "androgynous." The June issue and the full interview is available May 21 on newstands and on the Allure app. For more of Saldana's shoot, check out Allure's style timeline and the behind-the-scenes video. Follow Kelsea on Twitter @KelseaStahler More:Zoe Saldana & More in 'Star Trek' OMG Face ExtravaganzaNew 'Star Trek Into Darkness' TrailerZoe Saldana Has 'No Regrets' About Playing Nina Simone  From Our Partners:What Happened to 33 Child Stars (Celebuzz)40 Most Revealing See-Through Red Carpet Looks (Vh1)
  • Fox Fall 2013-2014 Schedule: 'Dads,' 'Almost Human,' 'Sleepy Hollow,' and More Sneak Peeks
    By: Kelsea Stahler May 13, 2013
    Now that Fox has announced its official schedule for the 2013-2014 season, we can get to the fun part: Judging each new show by a three-minute trailer that hopefully distills the tone, look, and story of a lovingly crafted piece of art. It's the Internet equivalent of judging a book by its cover. Wanna join? Here are the full trailers for most of the network's promising new series, and a brief reaction to each.  DadsFox is really trying to cash in on CBS' success, but Peter Riegert and Martin Mull are wasted on bland jokes about old men being cheap and racist and how said traits ruin their sons' lives. The biggest issue? Bland, bearded Seth Green is far less entertaining than Robot Chicken frat boy Seth Green. Sleepy HollowKate and Leopold plus Once Upon a Time, with a dash of The Following's penchant for violence. If this disjointed and forgettable series makes it, here's hoping it ditches the Starbucks jokes. Almost HumanHot guys, slick robots, and J.J. Abrams? This has to be amazing. The trailer is bogged down with explaining this futuristic world's "synthetic" population (Abrams speak for "robot"), but it still feels like a fun, action-heavy show with a loveable lead duo and the prerequisite Abrams mystery. EnlistedIt's clear this show is written with a quick wit. But can the cast can carry it? The extreme patriotism could play well in middle America, though. Brooklyn Nine-NineThis Parks and Recreation-meets-Law & Order cop comedy got the biggest reaction from Fox's potential advertisers. It's a perfect, hilarious vehicle for Andy Samberg, and Andre Braugher is a great foil. And at midseason: RakeOh, great. More lawyers on TV. Rake feels like a Showtime show without the sex, gore, and cursing. The only ace in its deck is the incomperable Greg Kinnear. With him, it just might work. Us & ThemThis cutesy comedy certainly has potential, with the impossibly adorable Alexis Bledel and Josh Ritter romance at the center and a supporting cast led by Michael Ian Black filling out the edges. The only question: What happens now that they've already kissed? What do you think of the new shows? Which one are you most excited to see? Stay tuned for the first look trailers for Gang Related and Surviving Jack. More:Twist! M Knight Shyamalan Joining Fox's ScheduleFox's Fall Comedies Include 'Enlisted,' 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' Kiefer Sutherland Returning for Limited '24' Run on Fox From Our Partners:Watch Justin Bieber Attacked in Dubai (Celebuzz)33 Child Stars: Where Are They Now? (Celebuzz)
  • Beyonce Wore a Belt and Is Picky About Photos, So She Must Be Pregnant
    By: Kelsea Stahler May 13, 2013
    Beyoncé must have known that telling ABC News she was wants a baby sister for her and Jay-Z's daughter Blue Ivy would get the rumor mill churning – even if she wisely followed it up with "someday." But apparently, it's not just her candid words that are getting the masses going: new Beyoncé pregnancy rumors are gaining traction all because Bey wore a belt.  The New York Post sites the ever-important presence of "chattering" among "music insiders" as the main proof for a new rumor that Beyoncé is pregnant with baby number two, but bolsters the argument with word from last Monday's Met Gala (above). At New York's annual style-fest, Bey wore a black and gold gown with a dangerously high slit and, more importantly, a high-waisted belt. Because the famously curvy singer never favors the figure flattering high-waisted look (never ever, ever) she must be hiding a baby bump. The Post also resurrected claims that Beyoncé is only allowing approved photographers to capture her mid-dance-move during her international Mrs. Carter Show tour. That's definitely a ploy to keep her pregnancy from leaking to the press and not at all a reaction to the fierce, Hulk-esque images that came out of the Super Bowl halftime show. (You know, the ones her publicist tried to eradicate from the Internet.) So, in conclusion, chill out, everyone. If Queen B really was pregnant, do we think she'd be gyrating her way around the world for the next four months on an exhausting tour? Let's wait until she starts rubbing her belly on stage at a major awards show before we give any weight to these rumors. Deal? Follow Kelsea on Twitter @KelseaStahler More:Beyonce Wants to Give Blue Ivy a SisterH&M Uses Beyonce to Sell Bathing Suits in New Video'Great Gatsby' Soundtrack: If Beyonce Lived in the '20s  From Our Partners:What Happened to 33 Child Stars (Celebuzz)40 Most Revealing See-Through Red Carpet Looks (Vh1)
  • Daft Punk Releases 15 Second Teaser of Another New Song, 'Give Life Back to Music'
    By: Kelsea Stahler May 13, 2013
    The leaked version of Daft Punk's collaboration with Italian disco legend Giorgio Moroder may have been swiftly removed from the Internet before most of us had a chance to listen, but now, the duo is giving us an official taste of another song from the upcoming Random Access Memories. The catch? It's only about 15 measly seconds. But hey, an amuse-bouche would go well with the hearty appetizer that is "Get Lucky" featuring Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers, so we'll gobble up this nibblet just as readily as we did the teaser for the runaway hit.  "Give Life Back to Music" makes its tiny debut at the end of a video promoting Daft Punk's new album, in which the duo unwraps a copy of Random Access Memories on vinyl. They had to play something when the record is laid down on the turn table, and we're just happy it was a piece of a song we hadn't yet heard instead of another dose of "Get Lucky" (because we've already played that song on repeat too many times to count).  Thankfully, this painful cycle of anticipatory snippets of music released intermittently leading up to the album's release will be over soon — still the sure-fire soundtrack to our summer cannot come soon enough. May 21, hurry up, please.   Follow Kelsea on Twitter @KelseaStahler More:Daft Punk and Pharrell 'Get Lucky' In New VideoNew Daft Punk Album Will Premiere in AustraliaDaft Punk Breaks a Spotify Record  From Our Partners:What Happened to 33 Child Stars (Celebuzz)40 Most Revealing See-Through Red Carpet Looks (Vh1)
  • 'The Great Gatsby': Soundtrack Covers, Historical Accuracies and 8 Other Burning Questions
    By: Kelsea Stahler May 13, 2013
    This weekend, The Great Gatsby didn't quite overtake Tony Stark and his mechanical suit of wonder in Iron Man 3, but the literature-inspired flick did make quite a dent in the weekend box office. And that means many you flocked to the theater to see what Baz Luhrmann did with F. Scott Fitzgerald's beloved text and maybe, just maybe, the polarizing adaptation left you with a few burning questions. That's what we're here for. We've got the scoop on the history and production of Luhrmann's The Great Gatsby.  1. Those parties were breathtaking! Did Luhrmann actually throw extravagant parties and capture them on film?Well, sort of. At the junket for The Great Gatsby, Luhrmann explained how he acheived the "wild party feel" in the first party of the film at Tom (Joel Edgerton) and Myrtle's (Isla Fisher) love nest: We wanted to go there, but we weren't quite sure how to ... and then I said, we've got 20 minutes left let's turn all the cameras on and just go for it ... and right in the middle of the jazz, I just turned up very loudly a track called 'NYMP,' which is a Jay-Z track which was mixed with jazz, and things took off and the cameras rolled for twenty minutes. And there's a moment, and you see it in the film, when a very expensive lamp smashes. And my first assistant said, 'Baz, Baz, we gotta shut it down.' Because by then it was crazy mayhem, of levels you can only imagine: it was clothes coming off and feather fights and flowers being thrown. And I remember I grabbed everyone and I said, 'Get in the bedroom' and they kept rolling and that's how it became known as the 'orgy scene.' While he's probably joking about the orgy part, it does appear that the partying in the film was somewhat real. (Which sounds like this may have been the best job ever.) 2. Most of the song covers are pretty easy to identify, but who's the woman covering "Crazy in Love" in the flower scene at Nick's (Tobey Maguire) house?Emeli Sande is an English pop singer who's just beginning to acheive fame in the U.S. Her last album, Our Version of Events, was number one on the UK charts for seven straight weeks in 2012 and she performed at both the opening and closing ceremonies of the London Olympics. You may also recognize her voice from her single (which was also performed by Candice Glover on American Idol last week) "Next to Me." 3. They drive around like mad men with no knowledge of seat belt safety in this movie – didn't they have normal safety measures back then?As it turns out, they didn't. Some cars came with flimsy seatbelts, but there were no laws governing the use or inclusion of seatbelts in the design of motor vehicles. It wasn't until 1964 the seatbelts were made standard by law, and even then, the requirements only stated that cars needed belts in the front seat. It was a dangerous time to be a driver or even in the vacinity of cars – something poor Myrtle Wilson has to learn firsthand.  4. Is Tom Buchanan's racist book real? Did people in the '20s really think there was an actual war between the races?Almost. Tom's book, The Rise of the Colored Empires by some man named Goddard, is not actually a real book. However, the idea that black Americans were some foreign force seeking to take over the white man's hold on America was a real theory proclaimed in a similarly-named book by Theodore Stoddard in 1920. His book was called The Rising Tide of Color Against the White World Supremacy, so if anything, Fitzgerald's version was a much milder version of the truly hateful book from Stoddard.  5. Jordan Baker and George Wilson are scene stealers! Where do I know those actors from?Wilson is played by Jason Clarke, who you may recognize as a scene-stealer from other films like Zero Dark Thirty, in which he played an FBI agent who introduced Jessica Chastain's character to the underbelly of interrogation tactics, and the summer drama Lawless, in which he played a member of a free-wheeling bootlegging family that included Tom Hardy and Shia LeBeouf. He's certainly an actor to keep an eye on in upcoming films like Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. The actress who plays Baker, Elizabeth Debecki, is a rising star in Austrailia, but this is her first introduction to American audiences. However, her arresting performance as the lithe golfer is sure to make her a face to watch stateside as well. 6. Is the Valley of Ashes a real place in Queens, New York?It was. Though the that place no longer exists, it was a real area of Queens that has since become Flushing Meadows Park and was once known as the Coronoa Ash Dumps. The signature ashes were repurposed, at the request of Robert Moses (the "master builder" of mid-20th century New York City), to create the base for the Van Wyck expressway, which runs alongside the park. Flushing Meadows park built for the 1939 Worlds Fair (and little beknownst to Moses, the opening title sequence of King Of Queens, and the closing sequence ofMen In Black).   7. Gatsby (Leonardo DiCaprio) makes such a big deal about all those oranges and the juice presser. Was it really a sign of wealth to have a mountain of citrus fruit at your disposal?Not really. But man, does it look beautiful on the screen. In the early 1920s, it cost about $10 dollars for the "200 oranges" Gatsby boasts for his morning mimosa with Daisy (Carey Mulligan), and the modern day equivalent of that many citrus fruits is about $130 dollars. It's chump change for a millionaire, but while the notion that he had someone fresh pressing his OJ for him every day in record time  on some fancy juicer was the real luxury, it certainly makes for a better image to have an avalanche of orange orbs.  8. Myrtle's dog might have been the cutest movie dog in the history of movie dogs. Seriously. How do I get one? What kind of dog is he?If you want a pup like Mrs. Wilson's gift of adultery, a grey schnauser puppy would do it.   9. How historically accurate are Daisy's clothes? That jewel-network of a dress at Gatsby's party seems a bit modern.The film's costume designer (and Luhrmann's wife) Catherine Martin has said she stayed true to the time period, but that Lurhmann had her open it up the to the Gatsby Era (between 1920 and 1927), rather than just the year the book was set in. In that way, she had a bit more freedom with her designs, she spoke to Fashionista.com about the details of the era: But what you realize even by the early ’20s, just about any silhouette–from a bias cut, to a strapless, to a robe de style, had all been invented. One shouldered looks, beading, embroidering, harem pants, feathered skirts, halter necks, v-necks… all kinds of different silhouettes. We think of the ’20s as a shift, a beaded embroidered fringed shift. And in reality the silhouettes were incredibly varied and had all kinds of influences form folkloric to Arabic, Orientalism–every kind of influence that you can possibly imagine, including Egyptian by the time Tutankhamun’s tomb had been opened up. So there you have it. What else about The Great Gatsby  left you with a quizzical brow? Follow Kelsea on Twitter @KelseaStahler More:Celebs Who Stole Style from 'The Great Gastby'Sorry Leo, No One Can Best 'The Great Gatsby' Video Game'Great Gatsby' Surprises at the Box Office  From Our Partners:What Happened to 33 Child Stars (Celebuzz)40 Most Revealing See-Through Red Carpet Looks (Vh1)
  • Selena Gomez Confirms She's Single, Available For Ice Cream Dates
    By: Kelsea Stahler May 13, 2013
    There was a bit of a panic amongst tween Beliebers and fans of sound decision-making when Justin Bieber posted an Instagram from Norway in late April of him snuggling with someone who appeared to be Selena Gomez the same day the actress/singer flew to Norway. Suspicious? Absolutely. Indicative of rekindling? As it turns out, the answer is "nope."  In a recent radio interview with Boston's Kiss 108 FM, Gomez confirmed that she's not only single and not dating Bieber, she's available for dates. Subtext: Come and get her, boys. The Kiss DJs asked Gomez about being "free and loose" and her dating life, "So sometimes you may see a boy walking down the street and he says, 'lets grab a ice-cream' you're available?" To which Gomez quickly replied, "Yep." Just to be sure, they asked her to confirm her single-hood one more time, and again she responded quickly with a succinct "yep." Gomez added, "By the way, that would be awesome if someone asked if I wanted ice cream." So, there you have it, adorable (and age-appropriate) guys of the world: you can woo Miss Gomez with a sweet scoop of cookie dough ice cream. Watch the full interview below. Follow Kelsea on Twitter @KelseaStahler More:Gross: Proof Justin And Selena Are Back TogetherSelena Gomez Snags a Manly Man in Her New VideoTickets on Sale for Selena Gomez Tour From Our Partners:What Happened to 33 Child Stars (Celebuzz)40 Most Revealing See-Through Red Carpet Looks (Vh1)
  • Unhappy Hour: 'American Idol' Makes a Devastating Change, Gatsby's Mistake & More Pop Culture Headaches
    By: Kelsea Stahler May 11, 2013
      Every week, Hollywood gives us something to whine about, and the week of May 6 was no different. We could make a drinking game out of this week, but that would be too dangerous. Instead, we'll stick to the usual formula: varying levels of alcoholic respite depending on how bothersome the week's issues are. Is your biggest complaint this week a flimsy one? How about a light cocktail to take the edge off? Got a real bone to pick with a celeb or entertainment entity this week? Go ahead, grab a drink that'll put hair on your chest. Here are the week's entertainment stories that are forcing us to seek a bubbly or boozy refuge. And maybe an idea or two about how you should wash them down. Lighten Up With a Mint Julep Randy Jackson is leaving American Idol, further cementing the show's descent into pop culture past.  We actually love Anne Hathaway's loud blonde 'do. She stepped out with her new locks at the Met Gala on Monday. We're jealous we didn't come up with this Ryan Gosling Meme. But we're pretty proud of finding it.  Manti Te'o's fake girlfriend is hotter than we are, at least according to the Maxim Hot 100. We have mixed feelings about the public's reaction to Charles Ramsey. Especially this auto-tune of his heroic interview:   Wash This Week Down With a Gin Gimlet Amanda Bynes is following in Lindsey Lohan's footsteps again. This time, by getting out of her deserved punishments. The Great Gatsby movie is missing some very important scenes from the book. And it would have been so much better if it wasn't.  Twitter doesn't seem to think much of Elisha Cuthbert. They deemed her expression at her boyfriend's hockey game a b***h face. We beg to differ. The sexiest vampire couple ever, Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder of The Vampire Diaries (sorry, Robsten) has broken up. Perhaps Somerhalder has moved on to his true love: Grumpy cat.    Hit the Harder Stuff With a Bourbon Highball Abercrombie & Fitch doesn't want fat customers. Or says the CEO, in a recently revealed (and reviled) statement.  Charlie Brown goes to rehab. Or, the voice actor who played Charlie Brown goes to rehab, but it still hurts, right in the childhood memories. We lost too many wonderful Hollywood faces this week, like Bryan Forbes, Jeanne Cooper, Ottavio Missoni, and of course, film legend Ray Harryhausen.    Follow Kelsea on Twitter @KelseaStahler From Our Partners:What Happened to 33 Child Stars (Celebuzz)40 Most Revealing See-Through Red Carpet Looks (Vh1)
  • Kate Upton Addresses 'Fat' Comments, Becomes Accidental Role Model
    By: Kelsea Stahler May 10, 2013
    Kate Upton, you just became my new favorite person. Not only are you gorgeous in a friendly way (it makes sense, just think about it), you are a down-to-earth, refreshing specimen of a human. Bravo, lady. Upton, who skyrocketed from unknown Florida bikini model to Sports Illustrated superstar, proved she isn't the average weight-obsessed model in an interview in June's issue of Vogue. "It was hard at first ... You sit there and you’re like 'Is something wrong with me?'" says Upton, regarding the rampant Internet conversations surrounding the question "Is Kate Upton fat?" The gorgeous blonde is blessed with an ample bosom, something that apparently makes her detractors think she's "large," rather than seeing her as the glowing, shapely, extremely womanly lady she is. And it's the conclusion that this bombshell came to after the completely expected bout of self-doubt that sets Upton apart as a star who simply gets it. "The things that they’re rejecting are things that I can’t change. I can’t change my bra size. They're natural! I can work out and I can stay healthy and motivated, but I can't change some things. I really just live my life. I love my body. It's what God gave me! I feel confident with myself, and if that inspires other women to feel confident with their bodies, great," she says. The cover girl does, of course, mention in the interview that because of her profession as a model, she's got to eat healthy. She steers towards chicken and fish, and when asked about whether or not she eats those messy Carl's Jr. burgers she so sexily advertized, Upton was upfront: "No, I can't do that." But the difference is that, unlike other girls (we're looking at you, Blake Lively) who claim they still eat greasy food and baked goods on the regular, Upton is candid about the nature of her job. Her job requires a certain appearance, and she works to maintain that. In a way, admitting that she doesn't eat cheeseburgers, is almost refreshing.  And that's because it helps highlight that Upton isn't on some tirade. She's not out to become the leader for the curvaceous women of the world. She's not even out to become a role model. And in that way, she inadvertently becomes an even better role model for other women and girls who question their God-given shapes. Upton is just living her life and accepting her (wonderful) body the way it is, even if some minds in the modeling world can't seem to wrap themselves around her alluring curves. She's not promoting this to become everyone's celebrity best friend; she's just doing her thing and being proud of her body. And that is exactly what every woman should be able to do.  Follow Kelsea on Twitter @KelseaStahler More:Kim Kardashian's Pregnant Bikini Pic is Good For AmericaBad Fashion is Not An Excuse to Fat-Shame Kim KardashianJennifer Lawrence Talks About Her Weight Again  From Our Partners:What Happened to 33 Child Stars (Celebuzz)40 Most Revealing See-Through Red Carpet Looks (Vh1)
  • Why Angie Miller's Shocking 'Idol' Elimination Is Good For Candice Glover
    By: Kelsea Stahler May 10, 2013
    I'm not a fan of watching people's dreams be crushed right before their eyes. That's why it was so hard to watch the normally chipper, practically hyper-active Top 3 contestant Angie Miller weep throughout her swan song on Thursday's American Idol elimination episode. The front-runner and everyone, from Ryan Seacrest to my mildly interested roommate, was shocked when the envelope revealed her sudden elimination. And as heartbreaking as her final moments on the show were, this unforeseeable shocker is a really, really good thing.  It means two things: First, it means that Candice Glover, the sure-fire runner-up pre-Angie's elimination, might actually win this thing. Candice's talent is leaps and bounds above her fellow Idols, but she hadn't appeared to capture the same size audiences as favorite Angie. There was almost no way she was going to beat the bubbly Bostonian if America was forced to choose come May 15. Pitting her against Kree Harrison, the surprise Top 2 finalist might mean Candice's fans could propel the deserving singer right to the top, finally breaking Idol's country-star cycle.  But therein lies the second thing: Idol loves — I mean, loves —  country singers. It's likely why Kree overtook Angie. What's an Idol finale without a little country singin'? While Candice is a clearer frontrunner of the remaining two singers, Thursday night's surprise proved that for the first time in years, the finale really is completely dramatic and unpredictable. If country Kree could overtake the clear winner at the Top 3 stage, what's to keep her from taking the whole thing next week?  So while it's sad to see Angie go back home to Massachusetts, it's really for the best. Her elimination has restored what American Idol has been bereft of since Season 5: a truly shocking, unpredictable finale. While Candice should be the one receiving a confetti shower on May 16, Kree has just as much of a shot at taking that title. Finally, Idol is an exciting show again, just in time for Randy Jackson's final season.  Hey, better late than never, right? <a href="http://polldaddy.com/poll/7095148/">Who do you think will win Season 12?</a>   Follow Kelsea on Twitter @KelseaStahler More:Randy Jackson Is Really Leaving 'American Idol''American Idol' Hometown Visits Recap'American Idol' Shocker: Angie Miller Eliminated