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Filmed a day before his two-year LDS mission trip, the Jed Wells-directed clip sees Archuleta singing in a studio with an orchestra that features producer Kurt Bestor.
Gothic opera singer Andrew, Sebastien 'El Charro de Oro' and Todd Oliver are saved by viewers' votes, while judges make the decision between All That! and Lindsey Norton for the last spot.
Other contributors include Matt Damon, Michael Douglas, Jessica Biel, Coldplay, Alicia Keys, Emma Stone, Chelsea Handler and Joe Manganiello.
Marlene King is said to be in early stages of developing a TV project based on the 1995 drama film, which she wrote, for ABC Family.
A representative says the weight loss company 'is in it for the long haul,' while the actress 'understands it's a process' and is excited to continue her effort.
Explaining that his follow-up project after 'Struck by Lightning' will be a far cry from his previous high school comedy films, Colfer reveals that the new movie is expected to be shot this winter.
Based on last week's votes, Witney and Chehon land on the bottom six along with Daniel, Alexa, Nick and Janaya, but judges decide to save the first pair.
The 'Iron Man' actress is close to land the leading role in the chef-themed movie based on a memoir by Prune restaurant owner, Gabrielle Hamilton.
Jon Favreau also states that there have been plans to bring Pepper Pott's alter ego, Rescue, into an 'Iron Man' movie someday.
The 'Iron Man' actress and her singer husband reportedly have offered to pay close to the asking price of $10,450,000.
The wife of Chris Martin claims the N-word in question is actually the title of Kanye West and Jay-Z's song, while The-Dream claims he's the one who posted the tweet.
Making an appearance at this year's Costume Institute Gala, the 'Avengers' actress goes daring on the red carpet by donning a mini-dress that gives a full look at her back, ribcage and side cleavage.
A representative for the newspaper says, 'The article does not merit correction,' while its reporter Julia Moskin comes out with a follow-up piece that discusses more on cookbook ghostwriter.
The actress slash celebrity chef denied that Julia Turshen is the one writing her best-selling cookbook 'My Father's Daughter'.
Though she knows what it feels like to be betrayed, the 'Contagion' actress won't condemn those who have had affairs, explaining in a magazine interview, 'I think you do fall in and out of love.'