Betty White, Ricky Gervais and the cast of Entourage weren't safe from mockery during Sunday's Emmy awards, but News Corp.'s Rupert Murdoch survived the show unscathed after Fox (which is owned by News Corp., natch) censored a joke Alec Baldwin was supposed to...
Fox says it cut a News Corp. phone-hacking joke by Alec Baldwin from an Emmys skit to avoid being seen as making light of the scandal, Variety reports.
Baldwin was set to play a fictional network television exec in the opening bit, in which he was to make a crack about ...
Sienna Miller is speaking out about her personal life being hacked.
"It's had a huge impact on relationships, friendships, career ... that feeling of violation, it was bad for me," she said on the Today show Thursday.
News of the World, owned by Rupert Murdoch, was recently discovered engaging in illegal phone-tapping of celebrities, politicians, and relatives of victims in the London bombings. In July, Murdoch and his son testified that he did not know about the paper's illegal eavesdropping; they closed the paper as a result of the scandal.
Our top moments of the week:
14. Best Kiss: On Switched at Birth, Bay and Emmett continue to get closer, despite the hearing barrier between them. When Bay is unable to understand that Emmett is signing, "I like you," Emmett instead tries speaking the international language... and kisses her. Where words fail, kisses succeed.
13. Most Awkward Dance: During an appearance on Today to promote Crazy Stupid Love, Ryan Gosling mentions that he's able to perform the famous lift from Dirty Dancing. Al Roker asks Gosling to prove it, with Roker standing in for Jennifer Grey....
Simon Fuller is suing Fox Broadcasting and Fremantle North America, claiming that he wasn't given "executive producer" credit for the upcoming U.S. version of The X Factor as promised, the Los Angeles Times reports...