Carrie Underwood took top honors at the 2010 CMT Music Awards, winning the buckle award for video of the year for "Cowboy Casanova," as well as performance of the year for "Temporary Home."
The ceremony, hosted by Kid Rock and broadcast live from Nashville, took on a more somber note as...
TV host and financial adviser Suze Orman is recovering after having an emergency appendectomy over the weekend, her rep told the Chicago Sun-Times.
The Emmy winner and best-selling author, 59, underwent...
Tom Cruise as Les Grossman
On the heels of his scene-stealing dance number with Jennifer Lopez at the 2010 MTV Movie Awards, Les Grossman is about to go from movie mogul to movie star.
Grossman, played by Tom Cruise, will be the subject of an as-yet-untitled film from Paramount Pictures and MTV Films, the companies announced Wednesday in a statement that...
USA has given a green light to the buddy cop pilot Common Law, the network announced Wednesday.
Common Law follows a former Los Angeles Police Department dream team forced into couples therapy in an effort to return to the duo to their professional glory days despite...
New Directions may have failed to capture the Regionals title, but the Fox network's Glee season finale snagged a ratings crown.
The Season 1 ender became the season's highest-rated finale for a new show in the 18-to-49 demo, with a 4.6 rating. Overall, the episode drew...
Walton Goggins and Timothy Olyphant, Justified
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from the Season 1 finale of Justified.]
Few were left standing at the end of Justified's bloody first-season finale, but among the survivors was Walton Goggins' Boyd Crowder, a character who has escaped death twice this season.
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In the finale, Boyd, who was originally intended to die in the pilot, survived a shootout between his friend/nemesis Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) and two Miami drug-cartel assassins. Even though Raylan spent much of the second half of the season trying to put Boyd back in jail after he blew up a meth lab, he still lets Boyd give chase to an assassin instead of bringing him in...
Mr. Potato Head Elvis Presley
Elvis Presley meets Mr. Potato Head this fall with the release of a new collectible figure from PPW Toys, Hasbro, Inc. and Elvis Presley Enterprises.
The $20 spud — which will debut as part of Elvis Week events in Memphis in August — will wear a white sequined jumpsuit and come with a guitar, microphone and a characteristic surly facial expression.
A second Elvis Mr. Potato Head (dressed as the "black leather" Elvis) will be released for the 2010 holiday season featuring. Costumes, hairstyles, faces and instruments will be interchangeable among both versions.
The company previously issued ...