Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi and John Morrison
Jersey Shore's Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi made an appearance on Sunday night's WWE Wrestlemania XXVII pay-per-view special, where she dazzled an audibly skeptical crowd with her gymnastic ability...
Oxygen has announced premiere dates for its upcoming series, including talent-search reality show The Glee Project.
In addition, the network has three projects in development and has renewed Hair Battle Spectacular — the most watched freshman ...
VIDEO: Tsunami Dog Is the Internet Hero of the Day
In the video below, a dog and her owner are reunited after being separated from each other by the Japanese tsunami for the past three weeks. The dog was found floating on a roof Friday and as a result of a TV news story about the rescue (included in the latter part of the video), her owner was able to track her pet down at an animal care center...
Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth
Hunger Games has cast its main men.
Josh Hutcherson has won the roll of Peeta, while Liam Hemsworth will play Gale in the upcoming film adaptation of Suzanne Collins' wildly popular teen book series, Lionsgate announced Monday.
Has Hunger Games found its Katniss in Jennifer Lawrence?
Both actors will star opposite Jennifer Lawrence who earned the lead role of Katniss, the scrappy heroine who represents her district in a fight-to-the-death competition in the story's post-apocalyptic world. Peeta is Katniss' male companion in the competition, and Gale is her best friend back home.
Did L.A. Reid accidentally reveal that Cheryl Cole is joining The X Factor?
During a recent interview, Reid mentioned the pop singer's name while referring to the other members of the judging panel on Fox's new reality singing show, Entertainment Weekly reports.
There is a begrudging tone to Britney Spears' public persona of late. When she shows up to sing or perform or sit for an interview with MTV, as she did in last night's I Am the Femme Fatale documentary, you get the feeling that she just got done sighing and murmuring, "Time to make the donuts"...
There are best friends... And then there's Oprah Winfrey and Gayle King. For the past 30-plus years, King has encouraged, coaxed and kidded around with Winfrey, on screen and off. (Who else can get away with poking fun at the talk superstar for, say, forgetting how to pump her own gas?) She appears regularly on Oprah, serves as editor-at-large for O, The Oprah Magazine and has now morphed her satellite radio program, "The Gayle King Show," into a series on the newly hatched OWN network. We ordered up a round of straight talk with her at NYC's Mandarin Oriental Hotel, where King made it clear why she's the kind of gal you want in your corner...