On this week's Vampire Diaries, Elijah is brought back to life, we finally meet the real Klaus, another human is let in on the vampire secret and there is so much history revealed that my brain hurts.
Elena sits as Elijah suddenly comes back to life and his first word is "Katerina." We jump right into the episode's first flashback set in 1492 England where Lord Elijah introduces Katerina to Klaus.
Being a fashion critic can be tough, especially when you regularly see the famous folks you've panned.
"[My] most embarrassing [moment] was slamming Tina Fey's dress on the Fashion Police and then seeing her the next week at a different award show," E! host Giuliana Rancic tells TVGuide.com. "She walked up and goes, 'Weren't you one of the people who took a steaming dump, those were her words, on my dress last week?'"
Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder
Vampire Diaries' Damon and Elena have had their ups and downs, but it's hard to deny the passion between them. And it's even harder to deny it after checking out this exclusive first look at the Season 2 finale.
Vampire Diaries' Katerina Graham: "If Bonnie ever went down, she'd go down with a fight"
In the finale, ominously titled "As I Lay Dying," a Mystic Falls screening of Gone With the Wind leaves Damon (Ian Somerhalder) struggling to keep his memories of Katherine in 1864 separate from the present reality of Elena's (Nina Dobrev) impending danger. Is he shaking her in this photo to remind himself she's not Katherine? Is he warning her to run far, far away? Or is he about to pull her in for a long overdue passionate kiss? Hit the comments with your guesses!
Prince William and Kate Middleton
The most anticipated wedding of the year is upon us — no, not Lois and Clark's on Smallville — but that of Prince William and Kate Middleton. Buckingham Palace has slowly released nearly every detail about the big day — from the floral arrangements to where Middleton will spend her final night of singlehood. But do you know where to watch the April 29 ceremony? Here's a breakdown of the coverage:
Documentarian and Oscar-nominated director Tim Hetherington was killed in Libya on Wednesday, The New York Times reports. Three photographers, Chris Hondros, Guy Martin and Michael Christopher Brown were also injured in the attack.
The men were on location documenting the conflict between Muammar Gaddafi's forces and Libyan rebels when they were struck by a rocket-propelled grenade.
Heidi Montag and Danielle Staub
Reality vixens Heidi Montag and Danielle Staub will face off in the new VH1 series Famous Food.
The 10-episode reality show, slated to premiere in the fall, will give seven celebrities the opportunity to open a West Hollywood eatery. The cast — which includes Montag, Staub, former Bachelor Jake Pavelka, musicians DJ Paul and Juicy "J", Eliot Spitzer's former call girl Ashley Dupre and Sopranos actor Vincent Pastore — will complete various tasks, such as creating a menu and renovating the location.
Andy Samberg has landed a new gig: Chief Shark Officer for Discovery Channel's Shark Week.
"I'm overjoyed about being appointed CSO. Everyone loves Shark Week. It's the Bill Cosby of week-long television blocks dedicated to sea animals," he said in a statement.
Samberg will host the 24th annual weeklong celebration that features programming dedicated to the ocean's fiercest fish.
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Nik Richie and Shayne Lamas
A little Lamas is on the way for Bachelor alum Shayne Lamas.
"The Lamas-Richie family is happy, healthy and definitely pregnant," she tweeted on Tuesday.
Musician Mary Robbins, the mother of actor Tim Robbins, has died, The Associated Press reports. She was 78.
Robbins died Sunday at her home in Esteban Cantu, Mexico, of a heart arrhythmia just 12 days after her husband, Gil Robbins, died of prostate cancer at 80. The couple had been married for 59 years.