Jana Kramer, Brantley Gilbert
Country star Brantley Gilbert had the best birthday ever! On his 28th birthday on Sunday, he proposed to One Tree Hill actress and fellow country artist Jana Kramer — and she said yes!
Savannah Guthrie and Ellen DeGeneres
This week, Jodie Foster drew mixed reactions for her Golden Globes speech, while Tina Fey and Amy Poehler drew near-universal praise for co-hosting the show (not to mention great ratings!). In animal news, a helpful dog taught his young foster "sibling" how to go down the stairs, a bird sang dubstep, and a frog scared Savannah Guthrie half to death. Check out those clips and more in this week's Top Videos:
Jewel, June Carter
Jewel gave fans a sneak peek of what they can expect from her portrayal of June Carter Cash in the upcoming Lifetime movie, The June Carter Cash Story.
Neil Diamond, Alice Cooper, Darlene Love and Tom Waits were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame along with Dr. John and Leon Russell.
Diamond, 70, is well known for his song "Sweet Caroline," inspired by Caroline Kennedy and now used as the Boston Red Sox anthem.
Ray Charles got one. So did Johnny Cash and Bob Dylan. Hey, even Dewey Cox got one. So it's about time that Weird Al Yankovic's life story is immortalized in film.
The folks at Funny or Die have unveiled its latest creation, a fake trailer for the stirring Weird: The Al Yankovic Story (which is not coming to a theater near you).
Watch videos of Weird Al
Mocking every formulaic convention of the biopic — succeeding in his ...
When you think of music meccas, you may think of Memphis, Austin or New York City. But don't forget Springfield.
Watch full episodes of The Simpsons
Along with bizarre characters and brilliant one-liners, The Simpsons has brought us two decades of great tunes — and welcomed a musical lineup that would make any show jealous. Guests have included Michael Jackson, Johnny Cash and U2. (Resident music critic Mr. Burns called the Irish rockers "wankers.")
Check out Sneakmove.com's list of awesome musical Simpsons guests, and tell us...
Johnny Cash & Friends - The Christmas Specials courtesy Shout! Factory
New releases announced today, August 15:Johnny Cash and Friends - The Christmas Specials will be coming out October 7 Visit TVShowsOnDVD.com for the complete stories on these and other news items.
CMT Music Awards' Johnny Cash Visionary Award recipient Kris Kristofferson
Songwriter. Singer. Actor. Rhodes scholar. Country-music icon. Kris Kristofferson may be the ultimate Renaissance man — and perhaps the coolest dude on the planet. Tonight, the 70-year-old outlaw receives the Johnny Cash Visionary Award at the 2007 CMT Music Awards (starting at 8 pm/ET), which honors country-music videos and features performances by everyone from Kenny Chesney to Carrie Underwood. We spoke with Kristofferson about his storied career. (Also check out our recent Q&As with CMT Music Award nominees
Jason Dohring, Veronica Mars
The big idea: Chat up Jason Dohring about all things Veronica Mars — past, present and future — in connection with this, the day UPN's supersleuth series returns to Tuesday nights (at 9 pm/ET). The big problem: Dohring's, like, mad busy filming the season finale. Luckily, the dude's a trouper, and agreed to A our Qs via e-mail. (Coincidentally, you TVGuide.com Insider enthusiasts will recall, Kristen Bell "cybered" with us as well.) So, is full-on reconciliation in store for Logan and Veronica? Will Dohring clue us in on the top-secret season-ender? And what are the current odds on Mars la
Hugh Laurie, House
American IdolGeorge Huff was in the house, but these off-key performances probably removed the smile from his face for the first time ever. I did actually enjoy Taylor and was freaked out to be in agreement with Paula Abdul — Taylor is really great when he just stands there and sings. Mandisa wasn't at her best, but vocally she was still miles above the others. Yes, Simon Cowell, we know the "song isn't for you." If it were, it would be called "Damn You," not "Praise You." Paris definitely had the "attitude" part of "Work It Out" down, and she managed a decent vocal while doing the patented Beyoncé booty dance. Bucky was OK — though the band drowned him out a bit, he picked a good song