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David Cook Calls Brother "Great Man," Vows to Continue Fighting Cancer

David Cook

American Idol Season 7 winner David Cook opened up about the death of his brother, Adam, and vowed to continue his fight for others battling cancer.

Cook thanked his fans for their support on his official website, and explained why he wasn't with his brother when he died. Cook had flown into Washington, D.C., to participate in the 12th Annual Race for Hope 5K on Sunday.

"I decided to run in the race, despite all of this, for two reasons," Cook wrote. "First, my brother never wanted his illness to affect others... So, with that wish in mind, I ran and was involved with the event as an homage to him... Secondly, there are many people who are still battling, and by running and sharing my brother's story, I hope that it offers those still fighting that much more resolve to not succumb to this wretched disease."

Season 7 Idol runner-up David Archuleta applauded ... read more

Paula Abdul to Perform New Single on Idol Results Show

Paula Abdul

Paula Abdul is going to be a different kind of vocal on Wednesday's American Idol results show.

The singer-dancer-judge will perform her new single, "I'm Just (Here for the Music)," live on the Idol stage, Abdul confirmed on Ryan Seacrest's morning radio show Tuesday. The single also made its world premiere on Seacrest's show. (Listen to the song here.)

Abdul said she was hesitant to take up the show's producers when they made the last-minute offer. "I wasn't sure if I was going to do it. Timing was of the essence," she said. "I put everything together on Saturday and rehearsed on Sunday. It was really good, and I am feeling good about it... There's a lot to see in less than three minutes."

No Doubt and Daughtry ... read more

Woman in Jon Gosselin Photos Speaks Out in His Defense

Kate and Jon Gosselin

As nearly 60 percent of voters in a TVGuide.com poll said they want to see Jon and Kate Gosselin address a photo scandal on their show, Jon & Kate Plus 8 , the woman at the center of it all called the infidelity rumors "absurd."

Deanna Hummel, the 23-year-old woman who appeared in the photos with the married father of eight, told People there's absolutely no romantic connection between the two. "We're just friends," she said. "It's absurd that anyone would think otherwise."

Hummel, who is single, said she met Gosselin, 32, through a mutual friend a couple of months ago, and the two have hung out a few times. Those instances, which included nights out and visits to one another's homes, were always innocent and in group settings, Hummel says... read more

Go Behind the Scenes at the Star Trek Premiere

Bruce Greenwood, John Cho, Anton Yelchin, Zachary Quinto

If you can't wait until Star Trek's May 8 premiere, TV Guide Network has you covered.

Our cameras were on the red carpet for the film's Hollywood premiere, and you can catch all the action on TV Guide Network's Big Movie Premiere: Star Trek (Thursday, May 7 at 8 pm/ET). The one-hour special features interviews with the cast and creative team and loads of behind-the-scenes footage and secrets from the set.

The film, directed by Lost and Fringe creator J.J. Abrams, reboots the nerd-adored franchise as a young James T. Kirk (Chris Pine) and Commander Spock (Heroes' Zachary Quinto) take the U.S.S. Enterprise on its maiden voyage to stop the evil Nero (Eric Bana) from destroying mankind.

The special also includes sit-downs with read more

Idol Tonight: Meet Simon's Brother!

Simon Cowell

Maybe now we'll finally get some dirt on our favorite cranky American Idol judge.

Tony Cowell, the brother of Idol judge and producer Simon, will stop by TV Guide Network's Idol Tonight Wednesday at 8 pm/ET to discuss his younger brother. (Perhaps he can give us some insight into Simon's minimalist wardrobe choices.) Cowell will also chat with hosts Kimberly Caldwell and Justin Guarini about the remaining Season 8 finalists.

Also joining the party is... read more

TVGuide.com Readers: Get Rid of Kara!

Kara DioGuardi and Randy Jackson, American Idol

Nearly 60 percent of TVGuide.com voters want American Idol to dump Kara DioGaurdi from the judges' table.

Though the newcomer has brought some credible music industry insight to the panel, 59 percent of TVGuide.com voters would rather the show not renew DioGuardi's one-season contract, arguing that four judges are too many.

Among all the changes made to Idol this season, the one that has been the most hotly debated is DioGuardi's addition. Earlier this season, the judges' commentary forced Idol to run eight minutes long, interrupting Fringe and upsetting millions of DVR viewers. A week later, each contestant was only critiqued by two judges instead of the entire panel.

Six percent of voters... read more

Brothers & Sisters Episode Recap: "Let's Call the Whole Thing Off"

In the penultimate Season 3 episode, Brothers & Sisters took just a second to let everyone catch their breath, refocus and think (or not, in some cases) before they act. But that's not to say the episode was boring. Kitty — with the aid of some William Walker flashbacks — comes to a decision about her rocky marriage with Robert, Nora is hell-bent on finding Tommy, no matter what anyone in the family says, and Ryan's "secret" gets out, causing a huge "Walker meltdown," as Robert puts it. Plus, Sarah deals with the news that Joe is getting remarried, Kevin battles with taking sides in the Kitty-Robert struggle, and Justin has maybe the best week of his life ever. All the details lie ahead!

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Man Convicted of Stalking Tyra Banks

Tyra Banks

The Georgia man who repeatedly called and showed up at Tyra Banks' New York television studio has been convicted of stalking the model-turned-TV host.

Brady Green, was convicted of stalking, harassment, criminal trespass and attempted aggravated harassment by Manhattan Criminal Court Judge James Burke, according to The Associated Press. Green will be sentenced on June 18 and could face up to 90 days in jail.

Banks testified Wednesday that she... read more

Celebrity Apprentice Renewed for Another Season

Donald Trump

NBC isn't saying "you're fired" to Donald Trump just yet.

The Peacock has renewed The Donald's Celebrity Apprentice for another season to air in spring 2010. This will mark the show's ninth cycle, the first six of which were not celebrity-based.

This season ... read more

Sumner Redstone: "CSI Will Beat the Hell Out of" Prime-Time Leno

Jay Leno, Sumner Redstone

CBS's executive chairman doesn't think Jay Leno's new prime-time NBC show stands much of a chance.

Speaking with Larry King during a session at the Milken Institute Global Conference Wednesday, Sumner Redstone was confident in his network's ability to trump Leno, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

"CSI will beat the hell out of him," Redstone said, referring to CBS' top-rated show... read more

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