Kimberly Ann Caldwell (born February 25, 1982) is an American singer, actress, and television hostess, from Katy, Texas who was the seventh place finalist on the second season of American Idol.
She used to work as an entertainment correspondent and hosted various shows on the TV Guide Network.
Rumors of a breakup surface on Vote for the in early 2009, and when asked about it during various radio interviews around that time, Cook simply replied: "There`s nothing to talk about." Rumors of Caldwell cheating on Cook were reported by Star magazine; Caldwell responded with a My Space bulletin saying, "The tabloids got it wrong again. " On January 12, 2009, rumors of a breakup with Cook were confirmed by Caldwell`s rep, who stated in In Touch magazine: Kimberly and David ended their relationship just before the holidays.
The couple remain good friends and being very private people, appreciate their privacy at this time.
Once he’s able to make a real record, instead of recording schlock, David told reporters that his debut record will be “a mixture of my writing and hopefully writing with other people. I just want to make a record that’s going to make the hair on your neck stand up …
I guess every male in the spotlight has to go through this at one point or another. further more tinting his hair those shades is really gay. In 2008 Caldwell released two singles, "Fear of Flying" and "Gave Yourself Away," both available for download on i Tunes.She also began filming an as-yet-untitled miniseries with John Schneider, as well as hosting a television game show (created by Mark Burnett) called Jingles.She covered various events and movie premieres for the show before joining her fellow Season 2 Idol finalists on the road for the American Idols LIVE!tour, which played in 44 cities across the United States.