OMG! America's-favorite-teen-pole-dancer-who-just-happens-to-have-a-movie-opening-next-week Miley Cyrus is going to mentor the 11 remaining Idolettes on "American Idol" Tuesday night!
That's right, Miley Cyrus is going to try to give singing advice to Crystal Bowersox, who has already admitted on national TV she had no idea what "American Idol" was, and who we expect is going to reveal she has no idea who Miley Cyrus is, which is going to cause Miley's head to explode in a hail of sparkles and ponies and rainbows.
And, the next night, Joe Jonas and Demi Lovato -- who are totally dating! -- are going to perform during the Whack-an-Idol episode.
Like Miley, Joe and Demi are Disney's Frankensteins. Joe and his brothers, Nick and Kevin -- a.k.a. the Jonas Brothers -- star in Disney Channel's "Jonas"; Demi stars in "Sonny With a Chance." And Jemi -- as the world's most-adorable couple is called -- also will star in Disney Channel's "Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam," which is coming out sometime this year.
Joe Jonas -- he's the one with the blow-dried hair -- has already appeared on "American Idol" this season. He was one of the singers who filled in for departed judge Paula Abdul during the auditions phase of the show, before Ellen the Generous joined the cast.
Joe Jonas helped regular "Idol" judges Randy Jackson, Kara DioGuardi and Simon Cowell when they went to Dallas. By "helped" we mean sitting at the judges' table, looking like a student-body representative who has been invited to a board of education meeting but is not quite sure what the grown-ups are talking about. His contributions were mostly confined to saying "yes" and "that was great."
In one of those incredible coincidences, which make covering the TV industry so uplifting, Miley's movie, "The Last Song," is opening March 31. Based on the previews, it appears Miley plays a rebellious teen whose mom is sick of her attitude and sends her to spend the summer with her estranged father in a small town. It's there she learns the true meaning of love, family and blah, blah, blah when she reconnects with her dad and falls in love with a dreamy local guy.
But there's so much more to Miley than playing rebellious teens finding true love with Dreamy Local Guy in some one-intersection town. She's also the youngest-ever multi-platinum recording artist to have four No. 1 albums in less than three years.
The teen sensation is also the best-selling author of "Miles to Go," in which she shares her inspiring story of how a small-town girl from Tennessee overcame being the daughter of a pop-country singing sensation (Billy Ray Cyrus) to score her own record-setting triumphs in TV, music, film and, most recently, a Wal-Mart clothing line.