Rocker Meat Loaf pulled out of a British concert hours before he was to take the stage because of health problems, Reuters reports.
"We are very sorry to announce that tonight's performance has had to be postponed due to medical reasons afflicting several members of...
La Toya Jackson. Meat Loaf. Joan Rivers. Gene Simmons. Over the last five seasons, Celebrity Apprentice has played host to some of the most wild and unpredictable celebrities on the planet.
But only one was an "angel in an Earth suit."
Photos: TV's worst-dressed characters
That's right! Gary Busey is...
As the election draws closer, more and more celebrities are announcing their presidential endorsements. The latest supporter to stump for Mitt Romney: "Bat Out of Hell" singer Meat Loaf.
The singer sang his endorsement with a bizarre (to say the least) rendition of "America, the Beautiful" at a fundraising event Thursday evening.
Ben Folds, Sara Bareilles and Shawn Stockman
[Warning: This story reveals the winner of Season 3 of The Sing-Off. Read at your own risk.]
After 16 groups and 11 weeks of competition, it came down to the final three groups on the Season 3 finale of The Sing-Off Monday.
Urban Method, from Denver, CO, was...
Astro, Steve Jones, Stacy Francis
Getting eliminated from any reality show is hard, but it was especially bitter for The X Factor's Stacy Francis. The 42-year-old mom from Los Angeles was ousted Thursday after an odd face-off with Astro, one of her competitors. The 15-year-old rapper refused to sing for his life, talked back to Simon Cowell and yet was still saved by the ...
Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder
Our top moments of the week:
16. Most Self-Aware Reality-Show Judge: Showing she does have a sense of humor about herself, Christina Aguilera injects a little levity into a coaching session with battle-round opponents Frenchie Davis and Tarralyn Ramsey on The Voice. "Don't worry about the words! I never worry about the words!" she laughs, referring to her National Anthem debacle. Can't wait to hear what she has to say about her night behind bars...
Seth Meyers, Michelle Obama
Donald Trump's presidential ambitions proved to be great fodder for Seth Meyers when he hosted the annual White House Correspondents Dinner Saturday.
"Donald Trump has said he's running for president as a Republican — which is surprising because I thought he was running as a...
To maximize the hilarity of clip below from this week's episode of The Celebrity Apprentice, pretend for a second that you work on the customer-service phones of a steak company (any steak company will do, but if you want to be specific about it, go with Omaha Steaks). Since you work the phones, you know little about corporate decisions and/or your company's participation in a reality show that won't air for months. You're just doing your job, answering undoubtedly inane and entitled inquiries. Your line rings (or flashes or however it works — you're the expert!) and on the other end is this...
Pia Toscano, Ryan Seacrest
Our top moments of the week:
14. Best Discovery: When Mrs. McCluskey finds an unconscious Andrew on her couch on Desperate Housewives, instead of acting concerned, she acts like, well, Mrs. McCluskey. She calls Bree and gives her a hint of the problem — "It reeks of Mai Tais, and you gave birth to it." "If I wanted a drunk homo on my couch," she continues, "I would have married my college boyfriend." Apparently, warmth and sensitivity are so 2009 on Wisteria Lane.
13. Butt Out Award: Rejected from her and her mother's dream school — Berkeley — Amber completely unravels after a classmate asks her about her college plans at...
La Toya Jackson
This season of The Celebrity Apprentice has no shortage of extreme celeb behavior... thank God! A big part the show's entertainment value comes from getting to watch fame's absurd effect on real-life situations. Celebrities flail with more vigor, fail with more melodrama and generally attack the portrait of life with the broadest strokes possible... or so reality TV tells us. It's a logical effect, given that we're watching natural entertainers — or aspiring ones, at least. A few examples of the way fame intensified situations on this week's art-fundraising episode are below...