Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki
Only a few details have been released about Supernatural's "musical-ish" 200th episode, but we're already tapping our toes in anticipation.
In an interview with Zap2It, Jared Padalecki revealed that "Fan Fiction," penned by Robbie Thompson, will feature a play based on Chuck Shurley's Supernatural books (which covered Seasons 1-5). While the brothers only encounter the play in the course of an investigation, let's just take a minute and really imagine what this musical would look like in all its glory.
The Dude apparently does not abide the rules of baseball. At Friday'sDodgers game, Jeff Bridges put a Big Lebowski spin on the ceremonial first pitch, bowling it to home plate.
Michael Johns, a finalist on American Idol's seventh season, has passed away at the age of 35.
The administrator of Johns' fan site shared the news on Saturday: "It is with a heavy heart and inconsolable sadness that we confirm the passing of our friend Michael Johns. No other details will b avail at this time. Please respect the privacy of Mike's family and friends as we know u will."
Nicole Murphy, Michael Strahan
Michael Strahan and Nicole Murphy have called off their five-year engagement, People reports.
"They love each other very much, but with the distance and work schedule it has been hard to maintain the relationship," a rep for Strahan said.
What's the point of being pregnant if you don't pose nude? That's whatChristina Aguilera seems to think at least.
The Stripped singer stripped down for V Magazine to show off her burgeoning baby bump. "As a woman, I'm proud to embrace my body through all stages of life, staying fearless and confident in surrendering to the unknowns the future has in store," Aguilera said.
Julia Roberts and Jimmy Fallon
Julia Roberts took several balls to the face on Thursday.
During the actress' appearance on The Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon invited her to play a game of "Face Balls." The rules are simple: Roberts and Fallon take turns throwing balls at each other's faces. Footage of the impact is then shown in slow motion. Laughter ensues.
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"There are so many jokes, it's giving me a headache," Roberts bewailed, before continuing her dirty quips. "This is like the comedy version of Fifty Shades of Grey."