Kris Humphries and Kim Kardashian
Many of Hollywood's most high-profile weddings have ended even in record time.
From Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries' 72-day romance to Renee Zellweger and Kenny Chesney's four-month long marriage, TV Guide Network is counting down those who had the shortest "I do's."
As a longtime country music fan, Top Chef Season 4 winner Stephanie Izard was more than willing to serve as executive chef at the 2011 CMT Artists of the Year gala airing Tuesday (9/8c, CMT) but looked to the honorees for inspiration when designing the evening's menu.
"I got a list from each of them, of the different things they like to eat and don't like to eat," Izard tells TVGuide.com. "Taylor Swift said she liked sausage and gravy from Cracker Barrel, so I did an itty bitty sausage and gravy thing for a passed hors d'oeurve."
The inaugural iHeartRadio Music Festival will be broadcast on VH1, Clear Channel announced on Thursday.
The event, hosted by Ryan Seacrest, featured performances from Lady Gaga, Coldplay, Kenny Chesney, Jennifer Lopez and Nicki Minaj, to name a few. The concert took place over two days in Las Vegas.
The timing couldn't be better for this week's announcement by FX that the current — and best to date — season of Sons of Anarchy is being expanded by an extra episode (No. 14 will now air Dec. 6).
Bradley Cooper, Renee Zellweger
Bradley Cooper may be the star of Limitless, but his relationship with Renée Zellweger has come to an end.
The Hollywood couple has broken up, according to People. The two first met when they worked together on the 2009 film Case 39.
Oscar award-winning actress Gwyneth Paltrow will make her live musical debut on the 44th annual Country Music Awards, airing Wednesday, Nov. 10 (8/7c on ABC).
Paltrow will take the stage with famed country rock singer Vince Gill at the CMAs to perform the...
Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood
Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood and Lady Antebellum each received a leading three nominations for the CMT Music Awards.
Swift, 20, and Underwood, 27, will square off for video of the year and female video of the year with...
Set your TiVo, girls: First-time Grammy nominee Jonas Brothers are set to make their debut performance on the awards show.
The brotherly trio, nominated for Best New Artist, will take to the Staples Center stage on Feb. 8, CBS announced. Other artists scheduled to belt out a tune or two are fellow nominees ...
Carrie Underwood by Denise Truscello/WireImage.com
The Academy of Country Music Awards opened with a fitting song, Carrie Underwood's Vegas-inspired hit about a drunken night's nuptials, "Last Name."Underwood would go on to win Top Female Artist at the 43rd installment of the ACMAs at the MGM Grand Garden Arena May 18 in Las Vegas. Before the show, stars walked the orange carpet, many making a trip to a crowd of fans who waited hours in the record 104-degree heat to get an autograph. Kellie Pickler signed a copy of an American Idol CD given to her by a fan, laughing and holding it up for photographers. "I love what American Idol did for me," Pickler said. "But it goes fast."The very pregnant Nicole Kidman made a surprise appearance with her husband Keith Urban. The pair spent the most time with the fans, shaking hands and offering thanks to all those that were shouting their congratulations on her pregnancy. "Thank you, I feel good," Kidman told one well-wisher as she made her way from one side of the 20-foot, roped-off fan area to ...
Kenny Chesney, after being named entertainer of the year for a fourth straight time at Sunday's Academy of Country Music Awards, criticized the change in rules which for the first time in 43 years put the highest honor in the hands of fans and online voting. "[Entertainer of the year] is supposed to represent heart and passion and an amazing amount of sacrifice, commitment and focus," said Chesney, who tied Garth Brooks with the fourth win and now trails only five-timer Alabama. "That's the way Garth won it... the way [George] Strait won it, Reba, Alabama....." Now, he said, it's no more than a "sweepstakes to see who can push people's buttons the hardest on the Internet."The ACM has not yet responded to Chesney's comments. — MWM