Selena Gomez & The Scene
With five wins each, Selena Gomez and Taylor Swift received more trophies than any other individuals at the Teen Choice Awards.
Gomez was named Choice TV Actress (for Wizards of Waverly Place) and Choice Female Hottie. With her band, the Scene, Gomez also picked up the Choice Music: Group, Choice Music: Single (for "Who Says") and Choice Music: Love Song (for "Love You Like a Love Song") plaudits. Swift, meanwhile, was named Choice Music: Female Artist, Choice Music: Female Country Artist, Choice Red Carpet Fashion Icon: Female, in addition to picking up awards for Choice Music: Country Single ("Mean") and Choice Break-Up Song ("Back to December")...
What happens when the world stops to watch what it thinks is a boy in a balloon or when Bill O'Reilly takes a seat on the panel of The View? You get TV Guide Network's 25 Biggest TV Blunders 2.
Following the success of the first special, which highlighted moments like Janet Jackson's "nipplegate" at the 2004 Super Bowl and ill-fated spinoffs like Joanie Loves Chachi, Part 2 includes such stunners as Kanye West stealing Taylor Swift's MTV spotlight and "Balloon Boy."
Love them or hate them, Hollywood is always buzzing about the latest celebrity feuds.
Remember when Kanye West grabbed the microphone away from MTV Award winner Taylor Swift? Did you watch in awe as Housewives of New Jersey's Teresa Giudice flipped a table after yelling at Danielle Staub? TV Guide Network is counting down the 25 biggest battles on Most Notorious Celebrity Feuds.
Hosted by The Real Housewives of Atlanta's NeNe Leakes — who knows a bit about smackdowns herself —the special will look back at Jon Gosselin vs. Kate Gosselin, Eminem v. Mariah Carey and Lindsay Lohan vs. The World, to name a few.
Sorry, Taylor Swift fans: The country singer has postponed two of her concerts that were scheduled for this weekend due to illness, according to The Associated Press.
Twilight Saga: Eclipse leads the first wave of the Teen Choice Awards nominations that Fox announced Wednesday.
The latest film in the series, Eclipse racked up 12 nominations, including Choice Movie: Sci-Fi/Fantasy. Stars Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner are both up for Choice Movie Actor: Sci-Fi/Fantasy, while Kristen Stewart will be competing for Choice Movie Actress: Sci-Fi/Fantasy. Stewart will compete against herself in the Choice Movie: Liplock category. She's nominated with both Lautner and Pattinson. Last year, The Twilight Saga: New Moon topped the awards with 12 wins.
The Bachelorette, Bentley and Ashley
Our top moments of the week:
11. Worst Case of Denial: Country sweethearts Taylor Swift and Shania Twain show "there's a time to sing and a time to kick ass" when they parody Thelma & Louise at the CMT Music Awards. The clip shows the two on the road, playing with guns, driving off cliffs and bumping into the likes of Glee's Chord Overstreet ("Who do you think you are, Brad Pitt?" Shania asks dryly) and Kid Rock. The most bizarre cameo is by...
Justin Bieber and Rascal Flatts
Justin Bieber took home his first country music trophy at the CMT Awards.
Bieber's song "That Should Be Me," featuring Rascal Flatts, was named the Best Collaborative Video of the Year.
The Voice mentor Blake Shelton was also a big winner, earning Best Web Video of the Year for "Kiss My Country Ass" and Male Video of the Year for "Who Are You When I'm Not Looking." Shelton's wife Miranda Lambert won Female Video of the Year for "The House That Built Me."
Weird Al Yankovic
"Weird Al" Yankovic's upcoming album Apocalypse, will feature two Lady Gaga parodies, according to Billboard.com. In addition to the already leaked "Perform This Way," Yankovic will take on "Poker Face" in the medley "Polka Face"...
Justin Bieber and Eminem each took home six trophies from the Billboard Music Awards ceremony, with Bieber being named Top New Artist among his accolades and Eminem being named Top Artist and Top Male Artist among his.
The six-way tie for the second-biggest haul of prizes — three each — was among Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Usher, Taylor Swift, Mumford & Sons and Taio Cruz...
Steven Tyler and Carrie Underwood
Steven Tyler provided one of the big surprises of the evening at the 46th annual Academy of Country Music Awards. The Aerosmith star and American Idol judge joined past Idol winner Carrie Underwood for a rousing rendition of her hit "Undo It" before the two segued into a flirtatious performance of his band's '80s classic "Walk This Way."
Music worlds collided again Sunday when Rihanna performed "California King Bed" with Sugarland's Jennifer Nettles. James Taylor also joined Zac Brown Band onstage for a medley of...