TV Guide Magazine sits down with White Collar stars Tim DeKay and Matt Bomer to discuss what's coming up during the second half of the season, as well as upcoming guest stars. DeKay and Bomer also reveal secrets about each other and let the cameras in on their fun photo shoot. Check out the video below!
Steven R. McQueen and Katerina Graham
Vampire Diaries viewers got the kiss they've been waiting for on Thursday's episode. No, not between Damon and Elena — sorry, Delena fans — but Jeremy and Bonnie.
After a few will-they-or-won't-they scenes this season, Jeremy finally grabbed Bonnie and laid a big wet one on her — and she liked it.
"There's so much passion between them," Steven R. McQueen told TVGuide.com.
Just Go With It
It's no surprise that every Just Go With It actor's favorite behind-the-scenes moment involved funnyman Adam Sandler and comedienne Jennifer Aniston.
"When I first meet them in the movie, Jen has to play this drunk woman," Brooklyn Decker told TVGuide.com at the film's New York City premiere. "It was hysterical to see the outtakes between the two of them."
After months of hype, Lady Gaga's long-awaited single "Born This Way" was released Friday morning.
The song, which sounds vaguely similar to Madonna's "Express Yourself," was previously described by Elton John as the "new gay anthem."
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Lyrics, which focus on race and sexuality, include "Don't be a drag/just be a queen" and "A different lover is not a sin/Believe capital H-I-M."
Gaga will perform the song at Sunday's Grammy Awards, where she's nominated in six categories. Her new album, also titled Born This Way, drops May 23.
Check out the song after the jump.
OK, enough's enough. For at least the past two seasons, The Office has spent more time being over the top rather than grounded in anything close to reality. And we forgave this lack of authenticity because most of the time, the show was funny.
Cheers to Community for giving viewers a reason to celebrate Valentine's Day.
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With all due respect to a certain weekly entertainment magazine (where — in the interest of full disclosure — I must admit I worked for many years), "TV's smartest comedy" airs 90 minutes earlier than the glib, heartless Parks & Recreation.
The made-for-TV movie/miniseries would be an almost completely lost art if it weren't for HBO and the British imports served up by PBS' various Masterpiece franchises. Already this year, we have a deliciously strong contender for best-of-year (and, one imagines, Emmy) honors with Masterpiece Classic's over-too-quickly Downton Abbey.