Toby Keith, Rick Harrison, Austin “Chumlee” Russell
The Eli Young Band, Toby Keith and Joe Nichols will perform during American Country New Year's Eve Live, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
In addition, comedian and country music singer...
Saturday Night Live
Pat Robertson's latest target? Saturday Night Live.
The televangelist railed against a skit mocking Denver Broncos' quarterback Tim Tebow, an open and devout Christian, calling it "anti-Christian bigotry." In the sketch,
American Idol runner-up David Archuleta is about to go on a two-year mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, The Associated Press reports.
The 20-year-old singer made the announcement Monday during a Christmas concert in downtown Salt Lake City. Coinciding with the mission, he will be taking a break from his music career.
Work of Art, Lola
Heading into the final judgment on Wednesday's Work of Art, Lola Thompson, the mischievous and provocative artist whose mom dated Al Pacino for a decade, believed her conceptual portrait of a couple of historian-collectors had a real shot at making the Final 3. And the episode, indeed, painted the judges as having to make a tough call whilst evaluating the portraits of people found in the village of Cold Spring, N.Y. No one stuck out for being exceptional or a total flop. "It felt like that. I don't think any of us really knew what was going to happen," Thompson, 24, said. "I was definitely surprised. I was sort of hoping and thinking maybe I would make it to the finale. So, it was really sad when I didn't."
Thompson, who says she's currently working as a nanny for "two gorgeous young girls," spoke with TVGuide.com about giving judge Jerry Saltz (unintentional) grief over her elimination, why it appeared she threw Dusty under the bus, and the real deal between her and Kymia. Plus: Her final word on The Sucklord.
Work of Art, Dusty
Dusty Mitchell was not only surprised to have been cut from Wednesday's episode of Work of Art, but he was also pretty upset. He stands by his portrait of a child made entirely out of candy as a winning work. "I don't really understand why the judges felt like it needed to be laced with conceptuality," Mitchell, 32, said. "It is a portrait. I think the combination of materials and image provided a sufficient amount of substance that went far beyond a gimmick."
Mitchell, who works as an installation artist, sculptor and art teacher in Arkansas, opened up to TVGuide.com about his feelings toward his competitors' portraits, his problem with judge Jerry Saltz's critiques and what's next for him. Plus, his thoughts on having to wear Young's short shorts!
American Horror Story
Just us, or did Rubber Man put on some pounds? Tate, is that you in there?
American Horror Story's Connie Britton on the big shocker of "Birth" and what's ahead
We at TVGuide.com can't wait for next week's American Horror Story finale — Christmas comes early! -- and in snooping around, we've stumbled across these rather spoilery photos of this season's clincher.
What will happen now that Vivien's joined the ghosts trapped in the house? Will she get her babies back? Is Violet really over Tate? Is Ben going to shoot himself to get his family back?
American Horror Story, Connie Britton
[WARNING: The following story contains major spoilers from Wednesday's episode of American Horror Story, "Birth." Read at your own risk.]
Who could possibly survive giving birth to the maybe-Antichrist in a house full of would-be baby-snatchers, both living and dead?
Chewbacca, Matthew Morrison
How does Chewbacca make his way into a Glee Christmas? It looks like the Wookiee comes bearing some directorial advice for Artie.
In tonight's episode (8/7c, Fox), Artie (Kevin McHale) will be tasked with directing New Directions' Christmas special, and will get some help from a galaxy far, far away.
Glee's Holiday Special: Who's kissing under the mistletoe?
"A Wookiee comes to him in the middle of the night and speaks to him," series star Matthew Morrison tells TVGuide.com. Morrison got to do double-duty for the special, acting in and directing the episode, "Extraordinary Merry Christmas," which he describes as