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No U2? No Problem! Watch Jimmy Fallon Step In for an Injured Bono on The Tonight Show

Bono

U2 may not have been able to perform on The Tonight Show Monday, but that didn't prevent the audience from getting treated to one of the band's songs.

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U2 Frontman Bono Always Wears Sunglasses Because...

Bono

U2's Bono, the lead singer from that band that showed up on your iTunes unannounced, is rarely seen without his trademark sunglasses. But now we know why Bono is always sporting shades, and it isn't because his future is so bright.

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Bono: U2's Album Release on iTunes Was “Megalomania”

Bono

Bono has issued a mea culpa to iTunes users who were unhappy to discover the new U2 record in their music library.

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U2 Is Giving Its New Album Away For Free on iTunes

Bono

Where the streets have no name? More like where the album has no price! Apologies for that bad intro, but it comes with good news. Irish rockers U2 are giving their new album Songs of Innocence away for free. Yes, for free!

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8 Reasons Why I’m Recommitting to Glee

Glee

It's not easy being a Gleek. At least, it wasn't earlier this season. Aside from the sudden and tragic death of star Cory Monteith, and the subsequent sudden and tragic death of his character Finn Hudson, the Fox musical comedy (Tuesdays, 8/7c, Fox) felt a bit, well, off-key in the first part of Season 5. The story lines started to feel either predictable or haphazard, the music was bland and most of the theme episodes like The Beatles two-part tribute or "Previously Unaired Christmas," lacked a real purpose or message.

Thankfully, the show returned from its extended hiatus re-energized and looking — and more importantly sounding — like its old self. After weeks of letting Season 5 collect virtual dust on the DVR, here are eight reasons why it's time to ... read more

What Time Do the Oscars Start?

Ellen DeGeneres

The 86th Academy Awards is almost here! The anticipated ceremony will air Sunday at 8:30 p.m. ET / 5:30 p.m. PT on ABC.

Ellen DeGeneres will make her second appearance as host of the ceremony, which will be produced by Craig Zadan and Neil Meron.

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Weekend Review: Hannibal, Binging (Or Not to Binge) on Cards, Oscars

Laurence Fishburne, Mads Mikkelsen

"I never feel guilty eating anything," purrs Hannibal Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen) as he serves up another portion of some erotically charged exotic delicacy. NBC's Hannibal (Friday, 10/9c), in its second season, is a feast of macabre freakishness, going beyond the realm of guilty pleasure in a sustained nightmare of horrific yet elegantly hypnotic design.

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Critic's Notebook: Jimmy Fallon's Tonight Show Debut

Jimmy Fallon

Some things you just can't do from Beautiful Downtown Burbank. On the first night of a reinvented, relocated Tonight Show now starring Jimmy Fallon from the heart of New York City, U2 took to the Top of the Rock — 30 Rock, that is — to perform "Invisible" with the glittery Manhattan skyline gloriously visible behind them.

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Jimmy Fallon on Taking Over Tonight Show: "I'm Freaking Out Right Now"

Jimmy Fallon

Jimmy Fallon spent his President's Day a bundle of nerves.

"I'm freaking out right now," Fallon told Ryan Seacrest on Seacrest's radio show Monday afternoon, hours before he's set to make his debut as host of The Tonight Show. "It's so exciting. It's crazy."

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U2 to Perform at the Oscars

The Edge and Bono

This year's Oscars are going to have a special Edge.

U2 will perform their Academy Award-nominated song "Ordinary Love" at this year's ceremony, which will be hosted by Ellen DeGeneres. The tune, which U2 wrote, is ... read more

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