Chris Brown says he still loves Rihanna after an incident six months ago that left her bloodied and bruised.
"When I look at it now, it's just like, wow, like, I can't — I can't believe that — that actually happened," Brown said on Larry King Live in his first television interview, set to air Wednesday.
Though early reports of the King interview indicated that Brown said he didn't remember the incident, the singer issued a detailed statement to People.com, in which he says that he misspoke in the 30-second clip that CNN released, which he says is not representative of the one-hour segment.
"Of course I remember...
John McEnroe is being serious when he says he thinks someone not named Roger Federer will hoist the 2009 U.S. Open trophy. The seven-time Grand Slam winner, who will call the tournament for ESPN2, is looking to a pair of Andys — Roddick and Murray — to dethrone the five-time defending champion. "I think Roddick can beat [Federer]," he tells TVGuide.com. "If he won the second set [at Wimbledon], I think he would've won it. He seems to be fit as he's ever been." Get more of McEnroe's thoughts on the final major of the year below. Plus: What doesn't he want to talk about?
What's one to do when contemplating retirement? If you're Chuck Liddell, you go Dancing with the Stars. "I thought it would be a good experience and a good chance for people to see what fighters are like outside the ring," the former Ultimate Fighting Champion tells TVGuide.com. So what are they like outside the ring and on the dance floor? See what Liddell says and find out why he thinks he'll be sticking around Dancing for a bit.
It was a time for firsts at the 36th Daytime Emmy Awards: The Bold and the Beautiful won its first Outstanding Drama Series statuette in four tries, while the ladies of The View finally won talk show host after 12 nominations.
None of the ladies — Barbara Walters, Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Sherri Shepherd — made the trek to Los Angeles' Orpheum Theatre to collect their trophies. Their win prevented Ellen DeGeneres from achieving a five-peat in the category. DeGeneres also lost the talk show entertainment trophy for the second year in a row to Rachael Ray.
The Tyra Banks Show repeated ...
Forget Ellen and Tyra — Guiding Light and a bunch of Muppets are set to take center stage at Sunday's 36th Daytime Emmy Awards.
Hosted by Vanessa Williams, the show will honor two daytime staples during the broadcast — one of which is bidding farewell. Light, which ends its run on ...
The Los Angeles County Coroner's office officially ruled Michael Jackson's death a homicide Friday, saying it was caused by acute propofol intoxication.
The coroner's report also lists benzodiazepine as a condition contributing to the singer's death. Benzodiazepine is a group of drugs used to treat insomnia.
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"The drugs propofol and lorazepam (Ativan) were found to be the ...
An arbitrator has cleared Jeremy Piven of contract violation in his dispute with the producers of Broadway's Speed-the-Plow, who were upset after the actor abruptly left the play due to mercury poisoning, the Associated Press reports.
"I feel like all you can ask for in this life is to have your day in court and I had that," Piven said. "The facts were presented, and it has been a really long journey for me. I am really happy ...