Kate Stanhope


American Idol Episode Recap: The Top 6 Revealed

After the American Idol judges finally decided to — gasp — judge a little on Wednesday's episode, it will be especially interesting to see who goes home. Will their criticism for Scotty, Jacob and Haley put them in the bottom three or will the fans follow their heart and leave J. Lo, Steven and Randy's remarks by the wayside? Let's find out.

The first group performance of the night is Lauren, Stefano, Haley and Jacob performing "Hey, Soul Sister" by Train. As my colleague says, "the train has derailed" as pairing Stefano and Jacob's vocals together proves to be a very... read more

That’s What He Said: Relive Michael Scott's 6 Most Embarrassing Moments on The Office

Rainn Wilson and Steve Carell

In his own eyes, The Office's Michael Scott is known by his employees for being the world's best boss, his witty song parodies and his brilliant "that's what she said" jokes. To the outside world, Dunder Mifflin's longtime regional manager will be remembered most for his complete lack of self-awareness and cringe-worthy moments that have made his seven seasons on the NBC comedy so painful — and painfully funny — to watch. With just two episodes left of Steve Carell's tenure, we look back at one of his character's most enduring legacies, Michael's most cringe-inducing moments... read more

VIDEO: Robert Pattinson on Ellen DeGeneres' Surprising Twilight Underwear Cameo

Robert Pattinson

Ellen DeGeneres probably gives out her brand of underwear to hundreds of famous guests, but she probably never expected her undergarments to cause a big stir on the set of the blockbuster film franchise Twilight.

"I save your ones [Ellen underwear] for... read more

Lindsay Lohan Joins Gotti Film — Will This Be Her Comeback?

Lindsay Lohan and Victoria Gotti

Lindsay Lohan will play Kim Gotti opposite John Travolta in the film Gotti: Three Generations, Variety reports.

Lohan, 24, has also signed on to appear in the film Mob Street, which comes from the same production company as... read more

Hunger Games Casts Newcomer in Prim Role

Willow Shields

Newcomer Willow Shields will play Primrose Everdeen in the upcoming film adaptation of The Hunger Games, Deadline reports.

Primrose, the younger sister of Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence), is originally selected to take part in the Hunger Games. However, knowing her sweet and delicate sister can't handle the... read more

FX Sets Return Dates for Rescue Me, Louie

Rescue Me, Louie

Rescue Me's final season will premiere on FX this July, the cable network announced Wednesday.

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The Denis Leary-starring firefighter drama will return for its seventh season on... read more

Demi Lovato, Like Catherine Zeta-Jones, Has Bipolar Disorder

Demi Lovato

Months after leaving a treatment center for "physical and emotional issues," Demi Lovato reveals that she learned she suffers from bipolar disorder.

"I never found out until I went into treatment that I was bipolar," the 18-year-old actress and singer told People. "Looking back it makes... read more

TV on the Radio's Gerard Smith Dies at 34

Gerard Smith, TV On The Radio

Gerard Smith, a bassist for the indie rock band TV on the Radio, died Wednesday after a battle with lung cancer, according to the group's official website. He was 34.

"We are very sad to announce the death of our beloved friend and bandmate, Gerard Smith, following a courageous fight against lung cancer," the band said in a statement. "Gerard passed away the morning of April 20th, 2011. We will... read more

NBC to Preview The Voice Before The Tonight Show

The Voice

NBC will give viewers a 12-minute preview of its new singing competition The Voice Thursday before The Tonight with Jay Leno, the network announced Wednesday.

Starting at 11:35/10:35c, the preview will feature The Voice's four judges/coaches, Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton and Cee Lo Green, performing... read more

President Obama Gets a Facebook Hoodie, Addresses Debt in Town Hall

Barack Obama

President Barack Obama shared his plan to improve the nationwide debt, as well as his ideas to improve healthcare, education and immigration during an hourlong Facebook Live town hall Wednesday. Moderated by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, the President took questions from company employees, online viewers and even Zuckerberg himself. "Historically, part of what makes for a healthy democracy ... is when you get citizens who are informed, who are engaged," Obama said. "Facebook helps make sure this isn't a... read more

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