Miley Cyrus didn't hold back on Saturday Night Live. Whether it was the leaked video showing her smoking salvia or her racy Vanity Fair photo shoot, Cyrus used the evening as an opportunity to mock her "bad deeds."
In The Miley Cyrus Show sketch, the actual Hannah Montana star appeared as a guest — Justin Bieber. Besides poking fun at his frequent winks and his...
Trying to get True Blood executive producer Alan Ball and the cast of the HBO series to give away anything about the upcoming fourth season is not easy. Oh, but how they love to tease! During Saturday's PaleyFest panel, we heard all about fairies, demon babies, amnesia (poor Eric!) and why — brace yourselves — Sookie and Bill are doomed for the time being.
Bill's not getting back into Sookie's, er, good graces any time soon. It's going to take a long while for her to get past Eric's...
Charlie Sheen launched his Internet talk show Sheen's Korner Saturday, and one thing's for sure: He thought it was winning.
"You're either in Sheen's corner or you're with the trolls," Sheen said at the start of Sheen's Korner, reciting the show's tagline.
Charlie Sheen: Life with "goddesses" is "perfect"
Broadcasting on Ustream with his buddies and one of his goddesses, Sheen kicked things off by unveiling ...
David Birney has denied ex-wife Meredith Baxter's claims that he abused her during their marriage.
Baxter's claims are "an appalling abuse of the truth," Birney told People in a statement.
Meredith Baxter: David Birney hit me
Baxter made the allegations in her new memoir, Untied. She said Birney's abuse was "so sudden and unexpected, I couldn't tell you which hand hit me, or even how hard." Baxter spoke at length about it this week on Today and The Oprah Winfrey Show.
Birney, who already denied Baxter's claims to Today, added that the actress "conducted a relentless and brutal assault" against the joint custody of their three children for eight years after their divorce.
"During that time, she arrived ...
How I Met Your Mother
With Two and a Half Men's fate still uncertain, one CBS sitcom won't have to wonder about its future.
The network has ordered two more ...