Looking to atone for her sins, Stevie Nicks has released a statement apologizing for her sentiments about Nicki Minaj earlier this week.
The Fleetwood Mac legend had previously declared, "How dare this little girl. . . . If I had been Mariah, I would have walked over to Nicki and strangled her to death right there. I would have killed her in front of all those people and had to go to jail for it,” after Minaj launched a verbal assault on Mariah Carey during “American Idol” auditions.
Despite the name-calling caught on tape earlier this week between Nicki Minaj and Mariah Carey on "American Idol," producers insist they are happy with the judges' panel and that production is going well.
According to a statement released Friday (October 5) by the producers, "This is one of the best, most passionate, dynamic and invested judging panels we've ever had. We love and support all of the judges and the fantastic work they are doing, and we can't imagine a better group to find the next American Idol."
He was the unfortunate lad caught between two warring women on Tuesday night’s “American Idol” auditions, and now Keith Urban is sharing his perspective on the whole Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj debacle.
The “Days Go By” country crooner noted that he felt like “The UN,” with wife Nicole Kidman clarifying, “He was Switzerland,” during an interview at the NY Film Festival.
During his KIIS FM radio show, the handsome host explained, "These are all very different individuals with different perspectives and different opinions that provide for interesting conversation and dialogue and feedback for the contestants."