The costume rack for Maroulis, best known to Broadway audiences and most Americans as the fifth runner-up in the fourth season of American Idol, was stuffed with ’80s outfits, including one sparkly white glove and a red jacket reminiscent of Michael Jackson in “Thriller.” The names on the rack didn’t identify the clothes as belonging to Maroulis; instead the label read “Matthew Saldivar,” an actor who has left the show to make room for Maroulis.
After the 31-year-old rocker finished fixing his hair, even fluffing the hairs on his chest a bit with the blow-dryer, he sprayed a coat of Axe deodorant all over his torso, put on a purplish T-shirt with an indescribable graphic design, yanked on a pair of ornately embroidered beige cowboy boots, and put his arms through the sleeves of a slick black leather jacket.
Guest of a Guest infers that Tinsley has dumped her boyfriend the Price-Chopper Prince.
After all, the tipster who sent the pictures did say “This girl is changing!
“She’s, like, a very sexy Jersey girl,” he said to a visitor as he prepared to reacquaint himself with her in a few minutes.
He struck a deal to develop a network sitcom at ABC to be executive-produced by Kelsey Grammer.
It's interesting how many Your hair figures prominently in this show. Guys in the era of the show cared more about their hair than anything else; they knew more about it than their girls did. So it's become a part of my character; the way I sort of touch it in certain scenes, or get it out of my face, or wing it back over one side, or come out of the headbang the right way. People have been pretty well behaved so far, but [with] Off Broadway it got nutty sometimes.
We were doing Friday-night late shows for a few weeks, and those were just insane.
Maroulis’s life changed forever—or at least for a while. Well, I’ll see you in a little bit.” Maroulis was going to meet Alex at Stereo, a club in Chelsea where he always gets the A-list-celebrity treatment on arrival.
But then, almost as quickly as they’d been mentioned, the modeling offers were withdrawn. He never has to wait in line, his entourage gets a regular table, and a cheerful server brings free bottles of Grey Goose vodka and Bud Light all night long, in return for Maroulis’s regular presence.
He was quickly approached by Ralph Lauren, among others, about modeling.