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Saturday, April 9, 2011

US Weekly: American Idol Backstage Secrets - J Lo's not a Pia Fan, Jacob called Stefano a Diva! What?!

Bitter feuds! Fashion emergencies! Secret Dates with movie stars! Us goes behind the scenes of the Fox hit.

Jacob called Stefano a Diva!

"Two balladeers, one explosive fight. After the march 30 show, viewers missed the backstage feud between LA's Jacob Lusk and Stefano Langone. Jacob accused Stefano of hogging all the screen time and screamed, "I'm sick of you being a diva!" " the insider says. "He threatened to kick Stefano's a**!" Staffers broke it up.

Way to go Jacob!!  LOL.

J Lo's not a pia Fan!

We find this a bit odd if not hysterical. J.Lo seem to be a Pia fan from the very start but according to US, "there's offscreen tension between judge Jennifer Lopez and big-voiced beauty Pia Toscano." "J.Lo is always complaining about how Pia mimics her outfits each night on purpose to outshine her," says a show insider.

Take this article with a grain of salt. US Weekly is a Hollywood gossip magazine known for 'scandalous' headlines and over stretching of truths! Just thought we'd share it to those interested. It is rare that American Idol gets a full spread on this magazine after all! :)

More mini headlines: Haley's Rebounding with Casey . Scotty dissed Diddy's Clothing . Lauren and Paul's secret Twilight Skype Dates (with Taylor Lautner and Nikki Reed) and Hulk bible- Thumps James!

The Paul and Nikki story started when the two first met at the Red Riding Hood premiere last month. Paul apparently has no idea who she was! Read about it here.

Coming in newsstands on April 18th 2011 US Issue 844, $3.99 retail.
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