Dad-to-be Josh Duhamel is ready to show that he's really just a big kid at heart when he hosts the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards in March.
"I'll just get to act [like] a fool and that's really what I do best," Duhamel told TVGuide.com at the network's upfront presentation.
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Although Duhamel is no stranger to the awards show — we were there when he was inducted into the show's Arm Fart Hall of Fame —he says it's an honor to be named host.
The noise, the crowds, the debauchery. Going out on New Year's Eve isn't everyone's idea of a good time. Fortunately, there's plenty of specials on the small screen to keep the party going (at a reasonable volume, of course) at home. Here's a schedule of what to watch when it comes time to count down to 2013...
Justin Bieber was the big winner at Sunday's American Music Awards, taking home three prizes, including Favorite Artist of the Year.
The newly single teen heartthrob, who brought his mom as his date, also won Favorite Pop/Rock Album and was named Favorite Pop/Rock Male Artist. In his acceptance speech, he dedicated the latter to "all the haters who thought that I was just here for one or two years," promising, "I'm going to be here for a very long time."
Jimmy Fallon, Christina Aguilera and The Roots join forces for an awesome performance of The Voice judge's "Your Body," accompanied by... office supplies. If the formula seems familiar, it's because Fallon and his house band did something similar with classroom instruments and Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe."
What do you think? Does Aguilera's performance match the novel brilliance of the Jepsen cover? Hit the comments with your thoughts!
In this election cycle, the Monday morning quarterbacking that takes place after major political events consists less of determining a winner than it does exploring what new Internet memes were birthed.
Nowhere has that been more evident than after Tuesday's debate between President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney — the second of three verbal contests between the two presidential candidates before the election on Nov. 6. (The final debate will be held next Monday, Oct. 22).
When Romney opted to use the unfortunate wording "binders full of women" to illustrate his efforts to create a diversified Cabinet when he was governor of Massachusetts, the Internet latched onto the phrase faster than Felix Baumgartner plummeted to earth earlier this week. By the time the debate was even over, Romney's description had spawned a Facebook page (which had more than 275,000 "Likes" by mid-morning on Wednesday), a Twitter handle and, perhaps best of all, the website bindersfullofwomen.tumblr.com, which features parody photos of everything from Paula Deen riding on a binder to Romney and Paul Ryan holding Carly Rae Jepsen hostage in a file folder.