Now here's an award to put on the mantel.
Mila Kunis has been named the 2012 Sexiest Woman Alive by Esquire magazine. Kunis, 29, follows in the footsteps of recent title holders including Halle Berry, Kate Beckinsale...
Chris Brown tested positive for marijuana use and will have a hearing to decide whether he's in violation of his 5-year probation stemming from his assault on Rihanna, ABC News reports.
Did Chris Brown get a tattoo of Rihanna on his neck?
Though Chris Brown's new neck tattoo shares an eerie resemblance to crime photos that were taken of his ex-girlfriend after he allegedly assaulted her, Brown's rep insists that the ink is not an image of a beaten-up Rihanna.
Brown's rep says instead that...
MTV's Video Music Awards was once known for stirring up drama (See: Kanye West interrupting Taylor Swift), but Thursday's installation was unfortunately tame, with highlights including Rebel Wilson in a bikini shirt, host Kevin Hart calling out people's mistakes (ahem, Kristen Stewart cheating on Robert Pattinson), the final Twilight sneak peek and VMAs princess Swift closing the show with...
A few quick thoughts about tonight's TV playlist:
You know the Obama campaign has to be counting on the youth demographic to once again "rock the vote," as they used to say, so the timing is curious for MTV's annual Video Music Awards extravaganza from L.A.'s Staples Center to encroach on the climactic night of the Democratic National Convention from Charlotte, where President Obama's speech is the main event.
Maybe there will be cutaways? At any rate...
Kanye West and Taylor Swift
Yo, Taylor Swift: We're going to let you get through performing at the MTV VMAs, but WitStream will be watching... so don't get interrupted by Kanye West this time!
MTV moves VMAs to avoid competition with Obama's DNC speech
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Barrack Obama, Harry Styles
Thursday almost set the stage for the battle of the century: One Direction versus President Barack Obama.
MTV's 2012 Video Music Awards and the final night of the Democratic National Convention will both air Thursday, Sept. 6, but thanks to some quick rescheduling, MTV has avoided any conflict with the sitting president's speech.
Our top moments of the week:
11. Say It, Don't Spray It Award: It's finally time for the big Nutcracker performance at Fanny's dance studio, but since this is the summer finale of Bunheads, things can't go off without a hitch. Michelle tries her best to help the dancers get ready for the next act, but when she means to dose them with some extra hairspray, she accidentally sprays them all — and herself — with mace and finds herself in some major hot water with the dancers' parents. Was a little frizz really worth the trouble?
10. Empty Promises Award: When guests cancel a talk show appearance, most shows scramble to...
Grammy winner Rihanna is opening up about her ex-boyfriend Chris Brown in an emotional interview with Oprah Winfrey.
"Everything I knew switched in a night," Rihanna says about the Feb. 8, 2009, incident in which she and Brown got in a fight that led to his attack. (He later pleaded guilty to assault.)
Yeah, we know. After months of blasting the "hit song" of the summer in the car, in the gym and at home, it feels like having to listen to the ubiquitous "Call Me Maybe" one more time could drive someone over the edge. But what if instead of Carly Rae Jepsen's vocals, it was Rachel Berry (Lea Michele) singing a slowed-down arrangement as she explores the single life in New York?
Glee's Ryan Murphy Tweets Spoilers: The first group song, Sam's new lady and a break-up
Glee has recycled the most overplayed and stale pop songs to great success for three seasons, whether it be the Warblers' a capella take on Katy Perry's "Teenage Dream" or the New Directions' first group performance of the karaoke staple "Don't Stop Believin'." So who's to say the glee clubbers can't achieve the same success with the current must-have songs of the summer? We examined the best and brightest offerings from Top 40 radio to offer the show's writing staff a few friendly suggestions for the new season. You're welcome!