Nicki Minaj may become a judge on “American Idol,” but Mariah Carey is pissed off about the likely decision and hung up the phone when she was told Nicki was the top candidate.
Sources connected with “American Idol” told TMZ today that Mariah was led to believe she would be the only woman on the judge’s panel.
The mother of twins is also mad because Nicki Minaj is going to steal her attention that she was hoping would be as big as the spotlight that revived Jennifer Lopez’s career.
Additionally, the age difference is reportedly upsetting to Mariah. 29-year-old Nicki is a lot younger than 42-year-old Mariah.
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Likely, Mariah’s private feud with Nicki Minaj is also due to being somewhat jealous that Nicki has only had one album and one remix album but is currently more popular on radio and in sales that Mariah.
It is unclear where the animosity between Carey and Minaj originates. In 2010, Carey had the then-relatively unknown rapper appear on her song “Up Out My Face,” and the two co-starred in its video as fellow Barbie-esque dolls who break out of their boxes and go to a salon.
The judge’s panel is not finalized, according to the publication.
There are two scenarios being considered.
Randy Jackson may not return as a judge or mentor, and someone will have to take his place.
The second scenario is that the show producers believe it is a mistake to have two women and only one man on the panel, and a fourth male judge would be needed.
The musicians being considered as judges are Brad Paisley, Keith Urban and Enrique Iglesias.
Yahoo “Jam” News also stated that Kanye West was added to the list Tuesday, and Nick Jonas and Pharrell Williams are also being considered.
Sources connected with the show told TMZ that they are worried that if the judges end up being Mariah Carey, Nicki Minaj and Randy Jackson or Kanye West, the most white viewers from middle America might not watch an all black judge panel.
Mariah Carey’s new song is “Triumphant (Get ‘Em)” featuring rappers Rick Ross and Meek Mill.
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