After all the madness since Twilight first debuted, Kristen Stewart should be aching for a nice, hot bath and some time off the grid. Surprisingly, the actress has something else in mind.
In 2010, Law & Order concluded its run after 20 seasons and 456 episodes. But while Jack McCoy might have hung up his hat, the show has lingered on thanks to the magic of syndication. While most of us sit around watching reruns, seeing nothing but our old friends Lenny and Fontana, one man saw something else: a cultural time capsule.
"There's never been a star like you," Oprah muses. But the legendary host isn't talking about herself — she's talking about 18-year-old pop sensation Justin Bieber!
During the in-depth Oprah's Next Chapter interview, which was taped before Bieber's breakup with Selena Gomez last week, the singer opens up about it fame, the paternity scandal he faced last year and — yes — Gomez.
Liza Minnelli will appear as herself in an upcoming episode of Smash, NBC announced Tuesday.
"Liza Minnelli is the essence of a multi-talented, singular show business sensation, particularly for her extraordinary contributions to Broadway," NBC Entertainment chairman Robert Greenblatt said in a statement. "So what could be more fitting than to have her legendary talent on a show that celebrates a world Liza has dazzled for decades?
Vinny Guadagnino is replacing the "tan" in "GTL" with "talk show." The Jersey Shore star is getting his own talk show/reality series on MTV, the network announced Tuesday.
Titled The Show with Vinny, the series will put a twist on the talk show format by having Guadagnino interview his guests at his Staten Island home.
Rihanna might be a lot of things, but there is one thing she is definitely not: self-conscious about her body. The provocative singer posed for GQ's "Men of the Year" issue wearing nothing but a cropped leather jacket and the curves her mama gave her.
Anthony Bourdain is not someone you want as an enemy. The outspoken No Reservations host recently took to Twitter and Tumblr to express his anger at Travel Channel's re-editing of his show to imply that he was endorsing Cadillac.