Scott Borchetta, the record label executive who discovered and signed Taylor Swift when she was 14, is replacing Randy Jackson as mentor to the contestants on American Idol, Fox announced Wednesday.
One Direction and Katy Perry were the big winners at Sunday night's American Music Awards, with each taking home three trophies.
The British boy band kicked off the night's accepting the award for Favorite Band, Duo or Group. "America feels like a second home to us... it's been amazing how well we've been received," Liam Payne said. The group also won Artist of the Year and Favorite Album Pop/Rock.
Keith Urban, Jennifer Lopez and Harry Connick Jr.
Get out your calendars! Fox has announced winter premiere dates for both American Idol and its newest drama Empire.
Jennifer Lopez, Leah Remini
Jennifer Lopez and Leah Remini had a close call over the weekend when they were involved in a hit-and-run with a drunk driver.
Iggy Azalea, Jennifer Lopez
Jennifer Lopez and Iggy Azalea's "Booty" music video is here and it is... interesting. The video begins with a much-needed "Warning" from J.Lo to "prepare audiences for maximum impact." Roll your eyes all you want, but trust us, even this preamble won't be enough to prepare you for all the awkwardness to come.
Behold the eight most awkward moments from the clip. Don't say we didn't warn you.
Jim Parsons, Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting and Johnny Galecki
The new deals for The Big Bang Theory's Jim Parsons, Johnny Galecki, and Kaley Cuoco, which pay each $1 million per episode, make them the top-earning actors in TV Guide Magazine's annual survey of stars' salaries. But will the trio be the last to...
Leah Remini has not been shy when it comes to discussing her decision to leave the Church of Scientology. On her new reality show, Leah Remini: It's All Relative, the former King of Queens star speaks candidly about her departure from the church — but she also maintains a sense of humor about it.
It's the little late-night talk show that could. Next week, Watch What Happens Live — the kooky, wildly unpredictable chat-fest hosted by Andy Cohen — marks its fifth year on the air. That's no small feat, considering its very humble beginning as a shoestring web series anchored by a largely unknown Bravo network executive. Since then, plenty has changed. For starters, Cohen has become a celebrity in his own right, with one bestselling book down and a second due in the fall. And the ratings have grown. About 334,000 people tuned in for the first televised episode in 2009; this spring, WWHL hit an all-time high of 3.9 million viewers, and it's up 7 percent over Conan this season. The star power is also higher wattage. Jennifer Lopez, Lady Gaga, Meryl Streep, Lindsay Lohan and Oprah Winfrey are among the guests who have partaken in the mélange of parlor games, free-flowing cocktails and general pop-culture revelry that's made the pint-size "Bravo Clubhouse" ground zero for countless watercooler moments. We sat down with Cohen in his Manhattan studio to relive the wild ride...
Keith Urban, Jennifer Lopez, Harry Connick, Jr.
File this under the news we pretty much already knew department. Fox made it official Monday, confirming that Season 14 of American Idol will welcome back all of its familiar faces...
Jennifer Lopez will perform during Thursday's opening ceremony at the World Cup in Brazil despite previous reports to the contrary, People reports.
On Sunday, FIFA officials announced that...