Kris Allen, American Idol
Season 8 of American Idol has been Adam Lambert's to lose since Day 1, but a majority of TVGuide.com readers are calling for an upset.
Based on Tuesday's final performance show, 53 percent of voters picked Kris Allen as the singer they believe will receive the confetti shower at the Nokia Theater Wednesday.
While that margin arguably makes the race still too close to call, before the final two performed, Adam had a dominating 63 percent of our voters' support. Did Kris perhaps inherit some of third-place finisher Danny Gokey's fan club, or did his final performances help him overcome the gap?
In any case, this could go down as the closest finale since Season 2's Ruben Studdard-Clay Aiken neck-and-neck showdown.
What say you, Glambert fans? Has Adam still got this in the bag, or are you worried that the boy next door may play spoiler to guylined victory parties everywhere?
Adam Lambert, Kris Allen
After weeks of amazing performances (plus plenty that made us laugh and cringe) we're finally here: the final performance show. Adam Lambert has clearly won the judges over, but can Kris Allen pull the upset? Let's find out!
Andrea Roth, Rescue Me
On Rescue Me, being a drinker is practically a prerequisite to being a Gavin. But if there's an exception to the rule, it's Andrea Roth's character Janet — at least for now.
In Tuesday's episode, Janet and ex-husband Tommy (Denis Leary) — who recently resumed his dangerous up-and-down battle with the sauce — visit their daughter Katie (Olivia Crocicchia) at her Connecticut boarding school, a place Roth says Katie ran to seeking refuge from her dysfunctional parents.
"[Katie] was very unhappy," Roth tells TVGuide.com. "Obviously, they've failed as parents ...
Star Trek: The Original Series Season 1 Blu-ray
James T. Kirk & Co. boldly go where they haven't gone before: Blu-ray. With all the fanfare surrounding the Star Trek reboot hitting theaters, there's no better time to check out where the franchise first started — and in stunning HD picture and audio, no less.
Star Trek: The Original Series Season 1 includes all 29 episodes of the NBC series' first season, including ...
In the third-season finale, many of the Walkers find themselves having trouble communicating. Nora struggles against the language barrier to track down Tommy in Mexico, Kitty and Robert can't agree on the terms of the separation Kitty proposed, and Justin and Rebecca can't quite get on the same page about their engagement/marriage. Plus, Kevin has to work through his beef with Tommy, Saul has to make a difficult decision about Ryan and Holly struggles with Rebecca's impulsiveness. So how did this up-and-down season wrap up? Let's find out.
Stanley Tucci and wife Kate
Kate Tucci, the wife of Emmy-winning actor Stanley Tucci, has died after battling cancer.
Married for 14 years, the couple had three children together. Kate died last week, and a wake was held for her over the weekend.
"My wife was an extraordinary person who showed us all what great strength is," Tucci told the New York Post.
Tucci, a star of stage and screen, won
Farrah Fawcett and Ryan O'Neal
Ryan O'Neal, the longtime partner of Farrah Fawcett, is opening up about his heartbreak over the actress' ongoing cancer battle for the first time.
"It's a love story. I just don't know how to play this one. I won't know this world without her," O'Neal told People. "Cancer is an insidious enemy."
The magazine said O'Neal was emotional and often teary-eyed throughout the interview, during which he revealed that Fawcett is now on bed rest and running out of treatment options. "The doctors see that she is comfortable," O'Neal said. "Farrah is on IVs, but some of that is for nourishment. The treatment has pretty much ended."
O'Neal said Fawcett's golden locks are gone, but ...
This critical results show was packed with tons of musical performances, but for one of our four hopefuls, the music stopped. So who rocked the stage and who rolled out the door after a record-setting 64 million votes were cast? Let's find out.
Steven Pasquale and John Scurti, Rescue Me
Rescue Me fans have laughed at Sean Garrity for five seasons, but with the revelation in Tuesday's episode that Garrity has kidney cancer, Steven Pasquale's character will be more than just a punch line.
Despite the heavy subject matter, Pasquale says playing this story arc is "great fun." He particularly enjoyed the emotional breakdown at the doctor's office when Garrity learns his problems are more serious than just back pain. "I've been playing such comic relief on the show for so many years that it was good to get back to having some really serious material for a couple of episodes," Pasquale told TVGuide.com.
But don't look for Garrity to stay weepy ...