M.I.A., Anderson Cooper
M.I.A and Anderson Cooper engaged in a war of words over the war film Sri Lanka's Killing Fields: War Crimes Unpunished.
The documentary film examines the final days of the 2009 civil war in Sri Lanka. M.I.A, a Sri Lankan native, called out Cooper for an article Anderson linked to in 2009 that had false information about her.
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After weeks of rumors that Janet Jackson would be filling one of the two open spots at The X Factor judges table, the pop star has declined the job.
Is Janet Jackson joining The X Factor?
Jackson is "very flattered that X Factor let me know that I was being considered for next season, but it just wouldn't be...
Anderson Cooper and Courteney Cox
Courteney Cox believes that "everything is better" with ranch dressing, but that may not be the case with Anderson Cooper.
On Tuesday's Anderson, Cooper surprises the Cougar Town star with a huge bowl of her favorite salad condiment ...
Is Janet Jackson heading to The X Factor?
The singer is interested and is in preliminary talks to be a judge on Season 2, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Jackson added fuel to the fire when she awkwardly answered Anderson Cooper's question about the ...
Instead of dropping an F-bomb, Kathy Griffin dropped her dress during CNN's New Year's Eve Live special Saturday night.
The comedienne, who has co-hosted the special from Times Square with CNN anchor Anderson Cooper for the last several years, stripped down to her bra and underwear shortly before midnight. Griffin, 51, eventually put her...
Let's cut to the must-see chase, which means jumping ahead to Sunday's big finales, starting with Showtime's Homeland, the series that topped my year-end Top 10 list (currently on display in TV Guide Magazine, soon to be posted, so stay tuned).
Melissa McCarthy says her weight is a work in progress, but she's not worried about it.
"I've been up and down," McCarthy told Anderson Cooper on his talk show Monday. "I've been much thinner ...
Andy Cohen, Watch What Happens Live
The Bravo clubhouse just got a lot more busy.
Watch What Happens: Live, the network's late-night show hosted by the network's executive vice president of programming Andy Cohen , will expand to five nights a week next year, Bravo announced on Monday.
Watch What Happens Live: The little late-night show that could
The series, which currently airs Sundays and Mondays at 11/10c, will run Sunday through Thursday beginning Jan. 8. In its fifth season, Watch What Happens averages 1.5 million viewers, which is more...
Regis Philbin, Live! with Regis and Kelly
After 28 years and more than 16,000 hours, Regis Philbin officially bid farewell to Live! Friday morning — and as a result, it's snagged the No. 1 spot in our Social Power Rankings.
On Friday, Regis Philbin leaves devoted Live! with Regis and Kelly viewers with 28 years' worth of memories... and a hole in their hearts. Mornings just won't be the same without Reege. Who could possibly fill the chair next to Kelly Ripa once the parade of temporary co-hosts (starting with Jerry Seinfeld) have eased the transition? Already really busy guys Jeff Probst, Neil Patrick Harris, Anderson Cooper and Ryan Seacrest couldn't possibly have time for the gig, could they? So who's it going to be? Let's take a look at eight possible contenders: