American Idol has unveiled a new way to vote for your favorite contestant. It's called "SuperVote." Viewers will be able to cast 50 votes at a time online. You'll be able to disperse the votes as you choose, and even change them while watching the show. Here's why it could be a game-changer, at least according to USA Today. The SuperVote system should shift power dramatically to contestants with the biggest, most active online following. The Top 20's Twitter accounts have gone online, and already clear favorites are emerging, specifically Angela Miller and Lazaro Arbos. The new system will be tougher on older fans more comfortable with dialing in their votes. They now have to work 50 times as hard for their votes to count the same as the SuperVotes. Will it make a difference? America begins voting this week.
Justin Bieber was booed at his Sunday night concert in London. The crowd got restless and annoyed when they were kept waiting over an hour for Justin to come on after opening act Carly Rae Jepsen completed her set. Many fans ended up having to leave the show because London's underground trains stop running at midnight. It's been a tough couple days for the 19-year-old in Londontown. First, he had the "worst birthday" when a club wouldn't let in his 14-year-old friend Jaden Smith. Then, actress Olivia Wilde took to Twitter to mock him for walking around London shirtless.
Harrison Ford, not known for his comedic chops, is set to appear as a Tom Brokaw-like anchor in Will Ferrell and Adam McKay's hotly anticipated Anchorman sequel. Kristen Wiig (SNL, Bridesmaids) has also been cast in the followup to the 2004 cult classic, which revolved around the misadventures of a chauvinistic 1970s San Diego television news quartet and the female anchor (Chiristina Applegate's Veronica Corningstone) who changed their perception of women in the workplace. Whether the sequel will result in a spike in jazz flute, Scotch and fondue sales remains to be seen.