If you thought MTV might confront the Kanye vs. Taylor elephant in the auditorium at Sunday's VMAs, you were probably disappointed.
Who rocked the VMAs white — not red — carpet?
But Kanye West and Taylor Swift still faced off at MTV's Video Music Awards Sunday — never sharing a stage — with their performances. And opinions were intensely split about who was better.
Britney Spears, Michael Jackson and Lisa Marie Presley
What will it be this year? MTV's Video Music Awards (Sunday at 9/8c) always aims for memorable moments that amount to red meat for the chattering class: Sensibility-smashing performances ... unlikely kisses ... and generally outrageous behavior.
The Emmys will soon have some competition.
The Paley Center for Media is launching a television awards show in May 2012, CEO Pat Mitchell announced Wednesday.
See photos from this year's Emmys
The show will be broadcast from New York City to coincide with upfront presentations, when the networks traditionally unveil their fall lineups to advertisers.
Miranda Lambert leads the Country Music Award nominations with nine — the most for any female artist in the award show's history.
Lambert's nominations include entertainer of the year, song of the year, female vocalist and album of the year for Revolution. She will compete ...
Jim Parsons, Tina Fey
The Emmys red carpet isn't just about fashion: TV's hottest stars arrive with lots of scoop to unload. Stars including Jane Lynch, Tina Fey, Mariska Hargitay and Jim Parsons unburdened themselves to TVGuide.com about such subjects as Sue's new nemesis on Glee, a Modern Family addition, and Betty White's plans on Community.
1. Glee's Sue, Part 2: Jane Lynch's Sue Sylvester may be evil, but new coach Shannon Beiste (Dot Jones) is even more sinister. "In the beginning, Sue is a little threatened by the new football coach, who is a 6'4" woman," says Lynch. "She and Schuester [Matthew Morrison] band together to...
Can't wait for the glitz and glamour of the Emmys red carpet? Starting at 6 p.m. ET/3 p.m. PT on Sunday, TVGuide.com is featuring a real-time, exclusive Fashion Cam video stream that will capture stars as they strut their stuff in their designer gowns and allow users to weigh in with their own picks via Twitter and Facebook.
Watch Emmys Red Carpet with Chris Harrison on Sunday, Aug. 29 at 6 p.m. ET/3 p.m. PT on TV Guide Network.
Hugh Laurie and Jane Lynch
Before the curtain rises on the 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday, we have a lot of questions. Will Breaking Bad finally get the recognition it deserves? Is this Hugh Laurie's year? Will 30 Rock four-peat? Will Glee or Modern Family sweep? Check out the list of nominees and then see if our predictions line up with your picks. If they don't, be sure to tell us all about it in the comments section below.
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Mickey's Pick: Sure, people felt conflicted about the ending of Lost, but it can't be an accident that the academy changed its own rules to allow for the two-and-a-half-hour series finale to be submitted. We're guessing that episode's emotional tone will move enough Emmy voters to reward the show for six innovative seasons. (Only Season 1 received academy attention, when it won this award in 2005.)
Joyce's Pick: Coming off arguably its strongest season yet, Breaking Bad delivered ...