The struggling Smash, which NBC is moving to Saturdays starting April 6, will close out its second (and likely final) season in late May or early June by sending the main characters to the Tony Awards. A trip to Broadway's big night "was part of the pitch that got me the job," says executive producer Josh Safran, who took over as showrunner this season. "It's an event that doesn't necessarily require you to be nominated to be there. People attend, perform and present awards. And there is a song that involves the entire lead cast."
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Elisabeth Hasselbeck is reportedly leaving the daytime talk show after nine years, Us Weekly reports. The news comes just one day after longtime co-host Joy Behar announced she will be leaving this year after more than 16 years on the program. With the exception of executive producer Barbara Walters, Behar is the last remaining original co-host.
Hasselbeck, 35, was reportedly told Thursday that...
Rosie O'Donnell is heading to Smash.
"On my way to film SMASH - love that show so much ... I am playing me - luckily I have done a lot of research ;)" she tweeted on Tuesday morning. "It's the TONY AWARDS episode," she added.
An email to NBC was not immediately returned.
NBC is spicing up the judges table for America's Got Talent with the addition of "Scary Spice" Melanie Brown, Entertainment Weekly reports.
Brown, 37, is in the final stages of securing a seat next to Howard Stern and Howie Mandel. The British performer is replacing...
Rosie O'Donnell is one proud mama! Since welcoming her fifth child on Jan. 5, O'Donnell has shared many photos of the adorable newborn on Twitter and Instagram.