Welcome to Wednesday (March 21) night's "American Idol."
If scuttlebutt is to be believed -- and I always believe scuttlebutt -- Wednesday's theme is The Music of Billy Joel. And if additional scuttlebutt is to be believed, mentoring the Top 10 will be Sean Combs, because if anybody is trained to help aspiring singers with the work of Billy Joel, it's P. Diddy.
Click through to find out how a man who can't sing steered our "Idol" hopefuls in the fine art of singing...
And as always, feel free to e-mail us questions for the podcast.
It's been a busy WonderCon afternoon.
And now? The cherry on the top of the day, "Amazing Spider-Man," plus Rian Johnson's "Looper" and, because folks love Milla Jovovich, "Resident Evil: Retribution."
Technology was fairly accommodating for the earlier pane for "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter" and "Prometheus." Hopefully it'll be just as accommodating for "Battleship" and "Snow White and the Huntsman."
Knock wood and click through...
It's going to be a busy afternoon in the main Ballroom at the Anaheim Convention Center, with WonderCon panels for films ranging from "Prometheus" to "The Amazing Spider-Man."
I'll be live-blogging the panels, technology-willing. It'll be just like you were here, only you probably won't be damp from Southern California rain.
"Survivor: One World" may have changed things up last week by recomposing its formerly gender-aligned tribes, but one thing remained consistent: Another week, another victim of The Reign of Colton.
On Wednesday night, "American Idol" said a vaguely-shocking farewell to Jermaine Jones. Who would be homeward bound on Thursday (March 15) night's show?
Click through for the full live-blog...