Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox and Matthew Perry
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12. Oh, Baby Award: Babies, babies, babies. That's pretty much the theme of the Chicago Fire season finale, in which Hermann become dad after his wife and newborn baby endure life-threatening labor, and Shay finds out she's not pregnant, much to her dismay. Although Shay and Severide get to be godparents to Hermann's new bundle of...
Cher loves her mom. No reason to think Rihanna doesn't, but for now, the career comes first. Two of pop's highest-profile divas take the spotlight in new docu-specials, with Lifetime's Dear Mom, Love Cher (Monday, 10/9c) going for the heart-strings as Cher pays tribute to her 86-year-old mom, Georgia Holt, who uprooted her family from Arkansas to Hollywood to pursue stardom that would take another generation to achieve. Cher performs a duet with Georgia and introduces recordings her mom taped more than 30 years ago that Cher is preparing to release commercially. Think of this as a helpful reminder if you haven't done your own Mother's Day shopping yet. Rihanna's love-fest in Fox's self-promotional vanity production Rihanna 777 (8/7c) is with the fans who follow her on a world concert tour, packing a 777 airliner along with journalists and a film crew capturing her every move.
Stephen Colbert and wife Evelyn
Stephen Colbert's alter egomaniac on The Colbert Report may be a hawk, but the real Colbert is a peace-loving guy, at least when it comes to the late-night battlefield. We caught up with the Comedy Central cutup — in a rare interview out of character — at the opening-night gala for the Montclair Film Festival in his adopted home state of New Jersey (his wife Evelyn is one of the fest's organizers).
Big Bang Theory star Kaley Cuoco is almost always a red carpet standout, but at this year's Screen Actors Guild awards the actress turned heads for her somewhat shocking new hair style: bangs. The clip-on style fringe received scathing reviews from critics and fans alike.
On Thursday's Jimmy Kimmel Live, Cuoco explained that the last-minute bangs were actually a cover-up for stitches and a black eye. Apparently she was rehearsing with her co-star Johnny Galecki before the big event, and while the two were supposed to have a fake physical fight, Cuoco actually banged her head.
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Ellen DeGeneres, Kate McKinnon
This week, Jimmy Kimmel interviewed fans at the Coachella Music Festival about some hot new bands — the only problem is, the bands don't actually exist. But that didn't stop festival-goers from gushing about them. Elsewhere, Saturday Night Live's Kate McKinnon did her best Ellen DeGeneres impersonation in front of Ellen herself, and Boardwalk Empire's Steve Buscemi discovered a family connection with the band Vampire Weekend. Also, in random celebrity strokes of genius, Tilda Swinton led the audience at Ebertfest in a dance to Barry White in remembrance of Roger Ebert, and Buscemi's Boardwalk castmate Michael Shannon did a dramatic (and NSFW!) reading of a nasty letter from a sorority president. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of Top Videos:
Past (and possibly future) judge of The Voice; mother to 5-year-old Max; smokin' hot, red-carpet sex symbol.
Christina Aguilera showed off her slimmer figure at Tuesday's New York gala to honor Time's 100 Most Influential People, a list on which Aguilera appears alongside Jimmy Kimmel, Jimmy Fallon, Jennifer Lawrence and power couple Beyonce and Jay-Z, among others.
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Jimmy Kimmel, Jimmy Fallon, Jennifer Lawrence and power couple Beyonce and Jay-Z are among the 100 Most Influential People in the world, according to Time magazine.
The Jimmy Kimmel Show
Parodies abound in this week's roundup of our favorite online videos. MTV offered a celebrity edition of Catfish, Funny or Die took some lighthearted jabs at House of Cards, and Girls became Bros. In Cute News, Jimmy Kimmel administered a "lie detector test" to a 6-year-old at his elementary school in Brooklyn, and a cat discovered the magic of mirrors. Check out those clips and more in Top Videos:
Supernatural fans proved their power yet again by helping star Misha Collins win a Shorty Award during Monday night's ceremony.
The Shorty Awards honor the best content producers on social media. Collins, who has more than 790,000 Twitter followers, was voted Best Actor in Social Media. Tara Strong, who voices Twilight Sparkle on My Little Pony, won Best Actress.
ABC Family's hit series Pretty Little Liars won Best TV Show, which recognizes the program with the best Twitter presence. The show's official handle boasts 1.2 million followers. Married to Jonas came in second, with The Vampire Diaries in third. Jonas star Kevin Jonas came in first in the Reality Star category.
Justin Bieber won the Celebrity Shorty Award.
Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon
Hours after Jimmy Fallon officially got tapped as the (eventual) successor to the Tonight Show throne, his future late-night competition had something to say about it.