Larry King will host this year's Peabody Awards ceremony.
The oldest and most prestigious honor in electronic media, the Peabodys were established in 1940 and are administered by the University of Georgia's Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication.
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A company has purchased surveillance footage of Lindsay Lohan in the Venice, Calif., jewelry store that alleges she stole a necklace — and plans to release it.
The website www.necklacevideo.com, created by a Beverly Hills, Calif., software concern called the Spencer Co., says it will stream clips of the video.
Pretty Little Liars' new guy Caleb has been described as a "sketchy guy with a heart of gold," but after last week's episode it seems he just may be the former. But Tyler Blackburn, who plays Caleb, says his feelings with Hanna are real.
"Unfortunately, someone like Caleb who's lived a rough life has had to — out of survival and necessity — become a bit of a sketchy guy. But he wants everything Hanna has given him. I think it's one of those things of being tempted by old ways," Blackburn tells TVGuide.com.
Mike Meyers and Kelly Tisdale
Mike Myers secretly wed his girlfriend, Kelly Tisdale, last fall, People reports.
The couple was "married in a private ceremony and celebrated with family and friends," his rep told the magazine.
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee is criticizing Natalie Portman for glamorizing out-of-wedlock pregnancy.
During a radio appearance on The Michael Medved Show, Huckabee agreed with the radio host that seeing a visibly pregnant Portman on stage at Sunday's Academy Awards was "problematic" because she is not married to her fiancé and Black Swan choreographer, Benjamin Millepied.
Courtney Love has settled a lawsuit for more than $430,000 over her March 2009 Twitter comments about designer Dawn Simorangkir, The Associated Press reports.
Simorangkir sued the singer, accusing her of making false statements about having a criminal past in a sequence of Twitter posts.
Julianne Hough has joined the film adaption of the Broadway musical Rock of Ages, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The project follows Sherrie (Hough), a small-town girl who moves to Los Angeles to follow her dreams of becoming an actress. There, she catches the eye of the charming, but arrogant, star Stacee Jaxx, to be played by Tom Cruise.