So much for not burning bridges in the Survivor universe!
Survivor: Cagayan's latest castoff, Morgan McLeod, went out in a blaze of glory pettiness Wednesday night, badmouthing fellow contestant Kass McQuillen for being "bitter," "ugly" and "40." (¡Que horror!)
Reflecting on her comments this week, McLeod stops short of saying she regrets making them, but admits that she probably should have thought twice about making some of her remarks...
Starz is developing an original documentary competition series from the producer of Project Greenlight, the network announced Thursday.
Jimmy Fallon, Anne Hathaway
This week, the Game of Thrones theme song was redone by goats, and rap songs were redone Broadway style by Jimmy Fallon and Anne Hathaway. A college class played an amazing April Fool's joke on a professor, and a stubborn French bulldog expressed hisextreme displeasure at having to go to bed. Also, Hulu released its new original seriesDeadbeat, and The CW announced that its digital series Backpackers will make the leap to TV this summer. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best onlinevideos:
Katherine Heigl is suing pharmacy chain Duane Reade for more than $6 million for using a paparazzi photograph of her in social media advertising, the New York Post reports.
American Idol went back to the '80s Wednesday night, with the Top 8 finalists performing song selections from music's most fluorescent decade — despite the fact that none of the contestants were alive in the 1980s. (Think about that for a second. Feel old yet?) They get help from a nearly unrecognizable David Cook, who returns to the Idol stage this week to act as a mentor.
We get our first elimination of the night fairly early, when judge Keith Urban opts to ditch his bitchin' mullet ("sixty thousand dollars' worth of hair extensions," quips his co-panelist Harry Connick, Jr.) within the first five minutes of the show.
With the judges having used their only save on Sam Woolf last week, someone will definitely be going home on Thursday night. So, how did the Top 8 do? Let's get to the performances:
Julia Louis-Dreyfus bares all for the new issue of Rolling Stone, posing coyly on the magazine's cover wearing nothing but a large back tattoo of the preamble to the United States Constitution.