Jon Hamm thinks someone needs to smack some sense into Justin Bieber.
In an interview with Men's Fitness, the Mad Men star doesn't hold back on criticizing the 20-year-old singer and other privileged members of his generation.
Aaron Sorkin says he'd like to apologize to people who may have misinterpreted his intentions with his HBO series The Newsroom.
"I think you and I got off on the wrong foot with The Newsroom and I apologize and I'd like to start over," Sorkin told the audience at a Tribeca Film Festival event Monday, referencing the criticism over his choice to set the show in the recent past. "I think that there's been a terrible misunderstanding. ... I wasn't trying to and I'm not capable of teaching a professional journalist a lesson. That wasn't my intent and it's never my intent to teach you a lesson or try to persuade you or anything."
Kristen Bell, Minnie Driver and Jenna Dewan Tatum are all stripping down for a "Nudes" feature in the latest issue of Allure.
Brian Williams stopped by The Tonight Show Monday and Jimmy Fallon unveiled what might be the best Williams rap video ever.
The man who accused director Bryan Singer of sexually abusing him when he was a teen has made similar claims against more Hollywood executives, The Associated Press reports.
Selma Blair has landed her first post-Anger Management role.
The actress has joined Amazon's single-camera ensemble comedy pilot Really, Deadline reports. Scrubs alum Sarah Chalke will play the female lead, alongside Jay Chandrasekhar, who is also writing and directing.
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings says the company plans to raise its subscription prices by "one or two dollars" per month in the next few months, CNN Money reports.
Dexter Roberts doesn't have any music-related regrets about his time on American Idol, but he is disappointed that he didn't have a chance to get revenge on fellow contestant Sam Woolf for pranking him earlier in the season.
"He zip-tied me to a chair at this restaurant [by] my belt loop," Roberts tells TVGuide.com. "So, when I got up, I took the chair with me. So I was like, yeah, I'm going to get him. But I never did. ... When the tour comes, [he's] getting it."
Are you ready to partaaaaaaay? That was the question posed by Dancing with the Stars this week, when the eight remaining pairs danced to party anthems and LMFAO's Redfoo stopped by to guest-judge.
We get the best moment of the night early on, when Emma Slater drops an entire tray of popcorn and soda during the opening number. That was an accident, right? She looks horrified. Carrie Ann also appears to have her own party going on with that hairstyle. Yikes.
Let's get this shindig started!
A recent performance of Hedwig and the Angry Inch on Broadway turned interactive when star Neil Patrick Harris became involved in an exchange with a fan.
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