•December 3, 2008 • 2 Comments

To all friends of Archuleta Fan Scene,

We welcome you to visit our new website at that is the new link for Archuleta Fan Scene. I know some of you may be used to going to to access Fan Scene but the address will be removed soon.

For all the latest news, new site and everything Fan Scene, visit us at




Maintenance/Upgrades Alert

•December 2, 2008 • 1 Comment


Dear valued and loyal friends of Archuleta Fan Scene. We are proud to announce that our site will undergo a major makeover in order to bring you a bigger and better website with new and improved features and abilities.

In order for us to do that, Fan Scene might be a little out of order while we fully complete the transfer over to the new site. We should be fully operational in the next day or so or perhaps even sooner. But during this upgrade time, if you try to access our site and don’t see it working normally, do not worry. Fan Scene is here to stay and we will be fully functional, bigger and better than before as far as the features we can offer.

Thanks for your continued support

Orlando and Todd

David Archuleta Charity Auction Benefiting “Feeding America”

•December 2, 2008 • 1 Comment

David Archuleta

Singer David Archuleta poses in the Official Silver Spoon Gifting Lounge held during the 2008 American Music Awards at the Nokia Theatre on November 23, 2008 in Los Angeles, California.

Clothes off Our Back, the national leader in online charity auctions is hosting a celebrity charity bowl auction to benefit Feeding America, the largest domestic hunger relief charity, as part of the “Fill A Bowl, Feed America” campaign, a nationwide call to action to engage the public in the fight against hunger in America.

Celebrities including: Jennifer Aniston, David Archuleta, David Arquette, Patricia Arquette, Lance Bass, Brenda Blythen, Chris Brown, Mariah Carey, George Clooney, Sacha Baron Cohen as Borat, Courteney Cox, Matt Damon, Daughtry, Laura Dern, Josh Groban, Lukas Haas…autographed bowls in support of Feeding America’s “Fill A Bowl, Feed America” campaign.

The signed bowls are up for auction at beginning today and running through December 12th. You can place a bid on David’s bowl HERE.


Kraft Foods is the official sponsor of the inaugural “Fill a Bowl, Feed America” campaign and has pledged a matching grant of up to $200,000 for donations made online at .

David Archuleta: “Rank ‘Em Again”

•December 2, 2008 • 4 Comments

Don’t forget to Vote for David Archuleta on VH1’s Top 20 Countdown. You can vote more than once if you hit “Rank ’em Again” in the upper left hand corner after you place your vote.


To see David Archuleta’s VH1 “Behind The Scene’s: Photos CLICK HERE. Don’t forget to comment on David’s Photos!

Thanks for the Tip, Lezli!

David Archuleta to Perform at “Road To A Cure” Gala Tonight.

•December 2, 2008 • 1 Comment

Media entrepreneur, television and radio host Ryan Seacrest and real estate investor and philanthropist John Bendheim will be honored by the Cedars-Sinai Board of Governors at their annual “Road To A Cure” Gala, December 2, 2008, at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza hotel. Rick Powell, Chairman of the Board of Governors, co-chairs the event with Debbee Klein Schwartz, Aaron Kaplan and Fran Solomon. The “Road To A Cure” Gala is sponsored by Lexus, which has donated a 2009 Lexus LS 600h L hybrid luxury sedan for an opportunity drawing during the event. Oscar-winner Lionel Richie and David Archuleta will perform; Larry King will host.

The “Road To A cure” Gala benefits the newly established Board of Governors Heart Stem Cell Center at Cedars-Sinai.

Tickets begin at $500, please call (323) 904-4400 for more information


David Archuleta / Osmond Videos

•December 2, 2008 • Leave a Comment



David and Lupe Encounter Pesky “Mamarazzi” in NYC

•December 1, 2008 • 11 Comments

Thank goodness for New York taxis! David Archuleta and his mom, Lupe, were trying to enjoy some quality time when they ran into an overly persistent, amateur paparazzi, make that, mamarazzi while walking in NYC. David and Lupe lightheartedly tried to avoid the camera eye, but the insistent videographer just wasn’t “getting the picture.”