We fully admit, after seeing what Kristen Stewart will wear, our second favorite part of the Twilight red carpet premieres has always been seeing which completely left-field celebrity shows up to declare their fandom. It would be hard to match that time 50 Cent showed up, but there were some good random guests at the premiere of Breaking Dawn – Part 2. We never caught the names of the three basketball players who talked to the Yahoo live stream hosts (even the hosts just said they were two Lakers players and a Clipper), and we’re still waiting on pics of them. But in the meantime, we present to you the other awesome non-castmembers who graced the black carpet — from Hunger Games stars (Fox Face and Rue!) to Stevie Nicks and Shar Jackson, it was an impressive collection. Mayim Bialik, we will cast you in our own Twilight film one day, we promise.
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Given that her whole shtick centers around shocking visuals, it strikes us as a little odd that Lady Gaga will mentor American Idol contestants for the May 11 show.Ã‚Â “Next week, @LadyGaga will mentor top 4 who perform songs by Leiber & Stoller,” the official American Idol Twitter confirmed.Ã‚Â Don’t get us wrong; the only thing that could inject life into another saccharine rendition of “Stand By Me” would be a biker dance number or a divalicious stoning. However, unless Haley Reinhart is going to smear lipstick on Steven Tyler‘s face with a golden prop gun while she sings “Hound Dog,” we don’t really see the point of bringing in Gaga based on vocals alone.
That being said, it isn’t the first time Mother Monster has graced the AI stage, and it certainly won’t be the last. Seems like it’s all part of the countdown for her new album Born This Way, for which Lady Gaga’s releasing “Edge Of Glory” on Monday. Lady Gaga’s American Idol finale performance should eventful at least, if for nothing else then the opportunity to see her rub pointy demon shoulders with the original white witch herself, Stevie Nicks. No word on whether they’ll duet, but unless Gaga somehow rigs up a slow-motion tidal wave to sweep her off the stage, we’re pretty sure Stevie will dominate this one.