Selena Gomez, Christina Aguilera
Selena Gomez and Christina Aguilera lead the ALMA Award nominations, which the National Council of La Raza announced Thursday.
Gomez is up for Favorite Movie Actress-Comedy/Musical, Favorite TV Actress and Favorite Female Music artist. Her Disney show, Wizards of Waverly Place, is nominated for Favorite TV Series...
Adele, Lil Wayne and Chris Brown will perform at the MTV Video Music Awards, the network announced Thursday.
Adele, who will be making her VMA performance debut, is up for seven nominations, including Video of the Year...
Grey Damon, Skyler Samuels, The Nine Lives of Chloe King
Will Brian be the one to save Chloe in The Nine Lives of Chloe King finale? And will that lead to his death?
Set in San Francisco, the ABC Family series follows the titular character (Skyler Samuels) who has recently discovered she's a descendent of the ancient race called the Mai. Her newfound powers come with major consequences, though. As her protectors Alek (Benjamin Stone) and Jasmine (Alyssa Diaz) have warned, Chloe is the key to protecting the race from human assassins who have hunted them for thousands of years. And to complicate things further...
Chewbacca surprised Harrison Ford in his Jimmy Kimmel Live dressing room Wednesday — and Ford acts none too happy.
"What are you doing here, you son of a b----? You think you can walk in here and say you're sorry after what you did?" Ford says to his old Star Wars Wookiee companion. The actor, promoting his upcoming film Cowboys & Aliens, added: "Daniel Craig's my Wookiee b---- now."
Kat Von D, Jillian Reynolds
Kat Von D walked off the Good Day LA set after she felt the hosts showed a lack of compassion and respect following her split with Jesse James.
The tattoo artist was scheduled to appear on Wednesday's morning program to promote the newest season of her TLC show, but walked off when host Jeff Michael mentioned her breakup during the introduction.
Paul Johansson is returning to One Tree Hill both on-screen and off, TVGuide.com has learned.
Johansson, who plays villian Dan Scott, will direct an episode for the show's final season. The 47-year-old actor, who's appeared on the CW soap since Season 1, was also recenty promoted back to a series regular.
Here come the handsome men of The Hunger Games.
Liam Hemsworth and Josh Hutcherson grace the cover of Entertainment Weekly in character for the upcoming film based on the young adult novel by Suzanne Collins. The Australian Hemsworth plays Gale, best friend to the film's heroine, Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence). Hutcherson — who dyed his hair blond and beefed up for the role — stars as Peeta, Katniss' partner-in-crime in the harrowing games that pits 24 tributes from the 12 districts in a fight to the death.
Melissa Joan Hart
Nickelodeon has brought back its '90s programming and Clarissa Explains It All star Melissa Joan Hart is psyched to relive her awkward teen years.
"I'm excited ... because the show hasn't been seen in a long time," she says of the series went off the air 1994. "I showed [my sons] a [Clarissa] picture of me at 12 years old with missing teeth, my eyebrows were really big and bushy ... I'm like, 'Look — that's Mommy when she was a little girl.'"
The Bachelorette, Ryan P., JP and Ben F
It's always surprising when a man rejects the fantasy-suite card on The Bachelorette, but host Chris Harrison says Constantine was ready to "pull the cord" on his relationship with Ashley. TVGuide.com chatted with Harrison about the eleventh-hour exit, why he didn't feel bad about letting Ryan show up in Fiji, and how Ashley's family won't give a "glowing report" on J.P. Plus: Who steals the show at Sunday's upcoming "Men Tell All" (9/8c, ABC)?