Adam Lambert’s Star Power from an industry perspective 58 Paula leaving Idol, Nigel Lythgoe, Adam on stage, Idol tour review

Hope you’re having a great August, I always look forward to checking in. We’re planning a lot of events for the Fall on nymichael.com with more featured guests and some surprises.
Stunning news about Paula; it’s disappointing they couldn’t work it out but that’s the nature of the business. As we talked about last month, on [...]

Adam Lambert: “A Worldwide Star” — Simon Cowell “Iconic” — Paula Abdul

Wow! Here’s what Simon Cowell said tonight about Adam:
“You have been one of the best, most original contestants we’ve ever had on the show. And the whole idea about doing a show like this is that you hope you can find a worldwide star. I genuinely believe with all my heart that we have found [...]

Adam Lambert’s Star Power from an industry perspective 38 The Mission of American Idol, Adam’s Star Power, Clive Davis and Sony

Adam has a magic and Star Power about him that almost transcends the competition. The world is ready for Adam’s unique gift, it’s clear from these message boards, the media and the industry people you’ve heard  from including songwriters like Diane Warren and music executives like Simon Cowell, one of the biggest.
I hope you started [...]

Adam Lambert’s Star Power from an Industry Perspective 37 Feeling Good, iTunes, AFTRA

Well, that was dramatic and surprising… but as we’ve talked about, American Idol is an entertainment show and what happened tonight made for riveting TV and will rally Adam fans. Only the producers know the vote totals; so whether it was intended drama, a wake-up call (though as mentioned last night I prefer “Feeling Good” [...]

Adam Lambert’s Star Power from an industry perspective 36 Paula Abdul, Agreements, Simon Cowell, Dina LaPolt

Here’s to a great show tonight! Just wanted to share with you some quotes from Paula Abdul (ultimate Industry Perspective); she was on Star 105.7 and had this to say about Adam:
“In the city auditions (San Francisco) and Hollywood, everyone was complaining that Adam was too theatrical and not right for the kind of competition.” [...]