While most networks are busy planning out their fall schedules, Fox is already looking ahead to next year. The network will ring in 2015 with a New Year's Eve special starring Pitbull.
The special, tentatively titled Pitbull's New Year's Revolution, will leave behind the cold of New York City's Times Square in favor of the sandy beaches of Miami....
Amy Poehler, Billy Eichner
This week, Amy Poehler returned to Billy on the Street, and tried to fool New York City pedestrians into thinking she was Pitbull. Brian Williams returned to The Tonight Show and "rapped" "Gin and Juice," and Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton "sang" "Timber." Also, we got a first look at the first scene of Orange Is the New Black's upcoming second season, and someone counted all the F-words in The Wolf of Wall Street (but it's not what you think). Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Ke$ha entered rehab on Friday to receive treatment for an eating disorder, TMZ.com reports.
"I'm a crusader for being yourself and loving yourself but I've found it hard to practice," the singer, 26, said in a statement. "I'll be unavailable for the next 30 days, seeking treatment for...
Alex & Sierra, Jeff Gutt and Carlito Olivero
The X Factor has crowned its newest champ.
On Thursday, the Fox singing competition announces its Season 3 winner, but not until a few tears are shed, lasers stun the audience, the producers make it snow and a whole lot of holiday cheer is spread by ...
[Spoiler alert: The following story reveals the winner of The Voice's fourth season.]
Blake Shelton got a very special birthday present from The Voice voters on Tuesday: his third victory in a row!
Jennifer Lopez was rushed to safety while shooting a music video after gunshots were fired nearby, US Magazine reports.
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Sandra Bullock and Neil Patrick Harris
Kristen Stewart was a big winner Nickelodeon's Kids' Choice Awards Saturday, as she took home awards for Favorite Movie Actress for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 2 and Favorite Female Buttkicker for Snow White and the Huntsman.
Though Stewart admitted she was afraid to accept the awards out of fear of being slimed, she escaped mostly unscathed. The same couldn't be said for other celebrities, including Sandra Bullock, Neil Patrick Harris and Nick Cannon, Josh Hutcherson and Amanda Seyfried were covered in green goo before the night was over.
Thursday marked the season finale of The X Factor, and the question on everyone's minds at the start of the evening was ... how is this show possibly going to stretch the announcement of who won to a whopping two hours?! With no performances by the contestants that will have any impact whatsoever on the result, and no sing-off, is that even possible? (Spoiler: yes.)
Of course, the other mystery was which of the three finalists — Tate Stevens, Carly Rose Sonenclar or Fifth Harmony — would actually walk away with the grand prize, a $5 million recording contract. But before we get to that, let's address the first query. Here's a breakdown of how exactly the show managed to balloon itself to 120 minutes, when the actual victory reveal took approximately two:
Carly Rose Sonenclar
This is it — the three remaining contestants on The X Factor gave their final performances Wednesday, and now viewer votes will determine which one will walk away with a $5 million recording contract Thursday night.
Jenny McCarthy, New Year's Rockin Eve
Jenny McCarthy says "all bets are off" when she co-hosts Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin Eve with Ryan Seacrest this time.
"[I'm] literally winging it," McCarthy tells TVGuide.com. "What I learned from last year was that I don't need to prepare as much as I thought I did. The cameras go on, they yell at you in your [ear piece] and all bets are off ... if I'm having fun everyone else is having fun."