Neil Patrick Harris
This week, a stadium crowd in London engaged in an impromptu singalong to Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" while waiting for Green Day to take the stage, and NBC News anchor Brian Williams rapped Warren G's "Regulate" (sort of). NBA stars read mean tweets about themselves on Jimmy Kimmel Live, and PBS Digital Studios put together a compilation of late children's author Maurice Sendak talking about childhood. Oh, and the Tony Awards happened too. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Shaquille O'Neal, Southland
Wednesday's Southland will feature arguably the show's biggest guest star ever — and we're not just talking about celebrity status!
Former NBA star Shaquille O'Neal guest-stars on Wednesday's episode as a detective who crosses paths with Officer John Cooper (Michael Cudlitz), who turns out to be a familiar face. "[His character] and I went to the Academy together and came up in the ranks together," Cudlitz tells TVGuide.com...
Move over, Joel McHale, Daniel Tosh and Rob Dyrdek: Shaquille O'Neal is taking the video clip show to new heights. TruTV's Upload With Shaquille O'Neal (Thursdays, 10:30/9:30c) features the former NBA star and comedians Gary Owen (Think Like A Man) and Godfrey (The Mr. Men Show) as they showcase funny online videos, as well as make their own viral videos and pull various pranks. O'Neal and his executive producer, Greg Heller, took time out to explain why we should keep up with Upload...
Beyonce has found herself embroiled in another news story involving lip-syncing — although this time, she isn't the culprit.
Former NBA star Shaquille O'Neal tweeted a video of himself passionately mouthing the words to Beyonce's "Halo" during the singer's Super Bowl halftime performance Sunday — and he does a pretty good impression!
The Cleveland Show
The Cleveland Show feels the need for speed.
NASCAR stars Dale Earnhart Jr., Kasey Kahne and Tony Stewart will guest-voice on the Fox series next season, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Check out photos from The Cleveland Show
In the episode, Cleveland (voiced Mike Henry) convinces Donna (voiced Sanaa Lathan) to lighten up ...
Jon Hamm and Jimmy Fallon
Our top moments of the week:
15. Best Bombshell, Part I: On the Switched at Birth season finale, just hours after Regina goes on a date with another man and seems poised to finally get over her no-good baby daddy, John tells her that the best way to save Angelo from deportation would be to marry him. Hm, we're pretty sure getting married isn't in the "Getting Over Your Ex" handbook.
14. Biggest Head-scratcher: The Voice coach Cee Lo Green is the most daring of the show's four mentors, but sometimes he pushes the envelope a little too much for our taste. When he pits arrogant...
Shaquille O'Neal, Conan O'Brien
Cheers to Conan for getting big laughs out of tiny furniture.
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TBS' lanky goofball recently introduced a miniature version of his late-night set as part of the wildly popular "Puppy Conan" segment. He vowed to host an entire hour from the mini-desk and couch, and last night he delivered on his promise with the deliriously surreal episode "Honey, I Shrunk the Set."
Dinner with the Kings
Tyra Banks says her America's Next Top Model persona is far removed from who she really is.
Featured on Larry King's CNN special Dinner With the Kings, the supermodel said: "When I'm sitting there and have all this makeup on and I'm like, 'Your picture is not fierce,' that is a character. In real life I'm passive aggressive, I'm anti-confrontational, I'm even in coaching to learn how to be confrontational."
YouTube is expected to announce Friday that it has partnered with several big names to present TV-style channels that will feature professionally produced shows, The Hollywood Reporter reports.
Although YouTube has been known to be a hub for amateur-produced fare such as wacky cat videos, makeup application tutorials, backyard stunts or personally recorded greetings, the video-sharing site is looking to branch out with programming that will compete with satellite and cable TV providers.
Shaquille O'Neal announced he is retiring from professional basketball on his Twitter account Wednesday.
The 39-year-old wrote "I'm retiring" and linked to a video that showed him sitting down at an office desk. "We did it. 19 years, baby. I want to thank you very much," a smiling O'Neal said in the video. "That's why I'm telling you first that I'm about to...