When Russell Brand agreed to appear on MSNBC's Morning Joe Monday, he probably assumed he would promote his world comedy tour Messiah Complex. Instead, the hosts preferred to undermine and mock the comedian at every turn.
FX will not be moving forward with Russell Brand's late-night talk show Brand X, CEO John Landgraf announced Thursday.
What do you get when you combine Russell Brand and the Kardashian sisters? A very raunchy conversation.
On Tuesday night's Chelsea Lately, Kim, Khloe and Kourtney took over hosting duties from Handler and sat down with Brand, who was promoting his FX series BrandX. Barely 10 seconds into the interview, Khloe dug right in, asking him, "Do we make you horny?" And that was the tamest part of the chat.
Katy Perry and John Mayer have called it quits (again), US Weekly reports.
According to the magazine, Perry, 28, and Mayer, 35, are leaving the future open, but for now are focused on work. Perry is currently recording her third studio album and Mayer is preparing for an upcoming tour.
It's a little past 8:30 p.m. on a weekday on the Warner Bros. lot and on the set of his talk show, Rove LA, host Rove McManus has one very important question: "Is any of this show going to make it to the telly?"
His show has already been taping for more than an hour, but it's a fair question. That's because this is the first time the Australian native has to deal with the c-word: censors. Season 2 — which premieres Saturday at midnight/11c on TV Guide Network with guests Russell Brand, Adam Lambert and 30 Rock's Kristen Schaal — marks the first time Rove LA will air new episodes in the U.S. McManus is still figuring out just what he can get away with here in the states.
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