Bonaduce Helps Out Amy WinehouseYes, we realize Christmas is over, but this video still deserves to be viewed well through the New Year. After all, its not everyday we stumble across an animated, shirtless Danny Bonaduce in a Santa hat providing words of wisdom to the hot mess that is Amy Winehouse. Oh, were not joking...see for yourself.More online videos
Dancing's Sabrina Bryan's Xmas ListAw, how cute
it's Sabrina and Mark's first Christmas together. And that can only mean one thing lots of presents! The Dancing with the Stars contestant has made a wish list for her new honey. So what does this Cheetah Girl want under the tree this season? Try a mini Yorkie pup. And if all else fails
a Nintendo Wii. Come on, Mark, you can afford both for your boo, no? Watch it now! | More online videosLewis Black Ventures Up Bush's A- -In Comedy Central's Last Laugh '07, Lewis Black and "the squad" ventured to solve the biggest mystery of the year for their opening animation what's up Bush's a--! And you'll never guess what they found there: Let's see, his brain for starters
Cheney's wedding ring ("from operating Bush like a puppet"), a satisfying conclusion to The Sopranos and, saving the best for last, a singing and dancing David Hasselhoff.More online videosAmy Winehouse's New VideoShe may be viewed as one the yea...
Kanye West by Stephen Lovekin/WireImage.com
Nominations for the 50th Annual Grammy Awards were announced Thursday morning, and Kanye West leads the field with eight nods, followed by Amy Winehouse with hic! six. The Foo Fighters, Jay-Z, Timbaland, Justin Timberlake and T-Pain each came away with five nominations.The nominees for album of the year are Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace (Foo Fighters), These Days (Vince Gill), River: The Joni Letters (Herbie Hancock...?!), Graduation (Kanye) and Back to Black (Winehouse). Vying for record of the year are Beyoncé's "Irreplaceable," the Foo Fighters' "The Pretender," Rihanna's "Umbrella" (featuring Jay-Z), Justin Timberlake's "What Goes Around Comes Around" and Winehouse's "Rehab."Among American Idol alums, Carrie Underwoods "Before He Cheats" is up for best country song and song of the year; Daughtrys Daughtry is nominated for best rock album, and "It's Not Over" best rock song; and Fantasia's Fantasia is competing for contemporary R&B album honors.Before...
Beyonce and Justin Timberlake by Jemal Countess/WireImage.com
Nominations for the 2007 MTV Video Music Awards were announced on Tuesday, and Beyoncé and Justin Timberlake lead the pack with seven nods each. Kanye West follows with five noms, while Amy Winehouse has her eye on a sandwich a bar of soap a trio of moonmen.Best Male Artist wannabes include Akon, Kanye West, J.T, T.I. and Robin Thicke, while Winehouse, Beyoncé, F-e-r g-i-e, Nelly Furtado and Rihanna are up for top female. Video of the Year contenders include Ms. Knowles' "Irresistible," Winehouse's "Rehab," Justice's "D.A.N.C.E.," Kanye's "Stronger" and Rihanna's "Umbrella."Voting for Best New Artist is now under way at VMA.MTV.com, where you can also view all the assorted categories and nominees. The show airs live from Vegas on Sept. 9.
No, not that question. He's asked gal pal Vanessa Minnillo to move in with him, and People reports that she said yes. In fact, the couple moved into a new Manhattan condo on April 15 in the middle of that nasty nor'easter we had.... In other relationship news, according to People, Jesse Metcalfe and sweetheart Nadine Coyle (of the Irish girl group Girls Aloud) have called it quits, and Amy Winehouse (whose album is the coolest thing you may not have heard yet) is engaged to gopher Blake Fielder-Civil. I'm sorry, I meant to type "gofer," as neither of them are animated characters.