Ann Curry and Matt Lauer
Ann Curry felt like Cinderella on her first day as Today co-anchor.
"I'm Ann Curry and I'm in for ... I guess, nobody this morning. Me, myself and I. I can't believe it. It's such a thrill ... I really feel like Cinderella. Ann Curry aka Cinderella," she said to viewers on Thursday morning's show.
Anthony Weiner and Huma Abedin
Just days after Rep. Anthony Weiner admitted to sending lewd photos of himself to women, The New York Times reported that his wife, Huma Abedin, is pregnant.
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According to the newspaper, Abedin, 35, is in the early stages of pregnancy.
Justin Bieber and Rascal Flatts
Justin Bieber took home his first country music trophy at the CMT Awards.
Bieber's song "That Should Be Me," featuring Rascal Flatts, was named the Best Collaborative Video of the Year.
The Voice mentor Blake Shelton was also a big winner, earning Best Web Video of the Year for "Kiss My Country Ass" and Male Video of the Year for "Who Are You When I'm Not Looking." Shelton's wife Miranda Lambert won Female Video of the Year for "The House That Built Me."
Pretty Little Liars
The first season of Pretty Little Liars ended months ago, but when the show returns Tuesday (8/7c on ABC Family) it'll resume mere moments after last season's finale. We last saw Spencer (Troian Bellisario), Aria (Lucy Hale), Hanna (Ashley Benson) and Emily (Shay Mitchell) wondering where on Earth Ian's body had gone — and how, without it, police would believe that he was Alison's killer. TVGuide.com spoke with executive producer Marlene King who says that the mystery behind Ian's disappearance -- and whether he's dead or alive -- will be answered in the first half of the summer episodes. Plus: King addresses our other burning questions.
The Disney Channel is inspiring kids and their families to make a change with the help of rising star Bridgit Mendler.
As the anthem for Disney's Friends for Change initiative, "We Can Change the World" is the 18-year-old actress' contribution in the effort to benefit global charities. The song she co-wrote and performs debuts on Friday, after which Disney will donate $250,000 dollars to the Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund.
Mendler and over 30 other Disney stars will also compete in the "Disney Friends for a Change Games" where they're split into four teams battling in a series of fun and physical challenges. The victorious team will receive $100,000 for their charity of choice. Viewers can take part by pledging actions to help out the planet.
Greg Grunberg doesn't need to look far for inspiration playing his character on NBC's Love Bites.
"I play a big, dumb married guy — not a stretch, which is great for me," Grunberg jokes to TVGuide.com.
It wasn't the best week to be the star of The Bachelorette. First, Ashley was roasted on a group date as jokes focused on her small chest and being third choice to last year's The Bachelor. Then, Bentley decided to leave, not only momentarily breaking Ashley's heart, but further proving to viewers just how awful he is. Host Chris Harrison addresses why producers didn't step in to stop Bentley and hints at his return.