Adam Lambert dreamed a dream ... and it involved different actors and actresses singing in the film version of Les Miserables.
Dear Bette Midler, don't hold your breath. The veteran actress revealed over the weekend that she is still waiting on phone call from Glee co-creator Ryan Murphy about the guest-starring role he very publicly offered to her back in October. Although Midler has already thought up a role for herself, as Sue's evil sister, someone might warn to lower Midler's expectations. After all, Murphy has done this a few times before... without making good on his offer. Need proof? We've compiled a list of the five other famous faces also waiting for that fateful call....
All aboard the crazy train! Pretty Little Liars rises from its midseason-break graveyard with a tricky Halloween episode set on the Rosewood Ghost Train. And according to executive producer Marlene King, it's the end of the line for one Rosewood resident. "We are killing someone," she reveals. "Someone is not getting off...
It's a little past 8:30 p.m. on a weekday on the Warner Bros. lot and on the set of his talk show, Rove LA, host Rove McManus has one very important question: "Is any of this show going to make it to the telly?"
His show has already been taping for more than an hour, but it's a fair question. That's because this is the first time the Australian native has to deal with the c-word: censors. Season 2 — which premieres Saturday at midnight/11c on TV Guide Network with guests Russell Brand, Adam Lambert and 30 Rock's Kristen Schaal — marks the first time Rove LA will air new episodes in the U.S. McManus is still figuring out just what he can get away with here in the states.
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Nigel Lythgoe is returning as executive producer for American Idol's next season, E! News reports.
The long negotiations with the So You Think You Can Dance judge have left production of the series "way behind normal schedule." Now that Lythgoe's officially back, his first order of business is to "lock in judges."