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14. Worst Name-Dropping: Country diva Juliette exerts her power over reality star Layla by switching sets and stealing her duet with boyfriend Will on Nashville. In return, Layla anonymously calls TMZ and reveals that it was Juliette who broke up the marriage of one of the country's most well-known couples. At least this will make good material for a song?
13. Worst Missed Connection: Yes, everyone knows that Simon Cowell loves to be mean. But the acerbic judge accidentally takes it too...
Mike Tyson told reporters last week that he's been lying about being sober and is "on the verge of dying" due to alcoholism.
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This week, a stadium crowd in London engaged in an impromptu singalong to Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" while waiting for Green Day to take the stage, and NBC News anchor Brian Williams rapped Warren G's "Regulate" (sort of). NBA stars read mean tweets about themselves on Jimmy Kimmel Live, and PBS Digital Studios put together a compilation of late children's author Maurice Sendak talking about childhood. Oh, and the Tony Awards happened too. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
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Kinky Boots was the big winner at Sunday's 67th annual Tony Awards, taking home six trophies including Best Musical and Best Score (penned by Cyndi Lauper).
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Fox won the night Wednesday, led by American Idol on an overall low night.
The first Hollywood Week episode drew 14.2 million viewers and a 4.6 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, down almost a full point from last week.
In second place was ABC, which saw most of its lineup ...
[Spoiler alert: This story reveals major plot points from Wednesday's episode of Law & Order: SVU.]
Week after week for the last 14 years, Law & Order: SVU has depicted grisly, gruesome and unspeakable acts of violence. However, Wednesday's episode of the long-running procedural caused a media firestorm in recent weeks not because of what was depicted, but because of...
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Does Jeannette being Ted's "final mistake" on How I Met Your Mother mean that she's his last girlfriend before we meet the mother? — Brian
ADAM: Yes, but before we get to her, Ted needs to resolve his feelings about Robin once and for all. Though executive producer Craig Thomas wouldn't pinpoint exactly when he'll accomplish that and thus, when we'll meet the mother, he insists that Robin and Barney's established wedding date — May 25, 2013 — will stick. And we all know who's performing at that wedding...
Please give us scoop from the Grey's Anatomy set! — Stacie
NATALIE: With the fate of Seattle Grace in jeopardy, it seems only natural that the doctors will fear for their jobs....
If Mike Tyson had been cast on any TV series other than NBC's Law & Order: SVU, it wouldn't have sparked such a firestorm. But the hiring of a convicted rapist on a drama that has received numerous awards for its sensitive portrayal of sex crimes has raised flags and inspired one outraged rape survivor to start a petition urging NBC to rethink its decision. So far, the petition has been signed by more than 6,000 protesters, including...
Animal Planet expanded its focus a few years ago, adopting the "Surprisingly Human" tagline and adding shows about people with unique animal stories (think Mike Tyson raising pigeons).
At the taping for his upcoming Comedy Central roast, Charlie Sheen endured quite the verbal beating. But the former Two and a Half Men star says he came out of it "unscathed," according to Entertainment Weekly.
Charlie Sheen roast adds William Shatner, Jon Lovitz and... Kate Walsh?
"Once again, I come out unscathed. You can't hurt me. I can't kill me," Sheen said at the conclusion of the taping. "Did you really think your little jokes were going to hurt me? I did porn stars; I did drugs. Then I did the one thing everybody in America wishes he could do. I told my boss to f--- off. And then it was gone. I'm done with 'the winning' because I've already won."
Sheen, of course, is referring to his media assault against Two and a Half Men executive producer Chuck Lorre when the show failed to resume production after a hiatus was taken for Sheen to enter rehab....