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People's Choice, Live to Dance Ratings Tumble

Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner

The 37th People's Choice Awards were not the people's first choice on TV.

The populist awards show, airing 9-11 p.m. on CBS, averaged less than 10 million, down 21 percent from last year.

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Bill O’Reilly to Interview President Obama Before Super Bowl XLV

Bill O'Reilly, Barack Obama

No matter which teams make it to the big game, there's at least one good match scheduled to take place on Super Bowl Sunday.

Bill O'Reilly will interview President Barack Obama in a special set to air before the NFL championship, Deadline reports.

Black Eyed Peas to perform during Super Bowl halftime show

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Piers Morgan on The Banning of Madonna, Butt-Kicking of CNN

Piers Morgan

Piers Morgan to Madonna: You're still banned from my new talk show.

In December, Morgan told a British newspaper that Madge would not be welcome on his upcoming CNN series, Piers Morgan Tonight, because she is "so boring."

While promoting the show Thursday at the Television Critics Association's winter previews, Morgan further explained: "[Madonna] has kind of been an... read more

Eminem's Recovery Is 2010's Best-Selling Album

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Eminem's Recovery was the top-selling album of 2010, according to Nielsen SoundScan numbers.

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The album — the rapper's sixth release — has sold more than 3.4 million units since hitting stores in June.

Lady Antebellum's Need You Now followed closely in second place with 3.1 million.

Taylor Swift's third album, Speak Now, which was only released in October, came in at No. 3 with 2.96 million. Swift's second album, Fearless, was the top-selling ...
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Elizabeth Edwards Leaves John Out of Will

Elizabeth Edwards

Elizabeth Edwards cut her estranged husband, John Edwards, out of her will, leaving all her possessions to her three children, ABC News reports.

Elizabeth Edwards dies at 61 from cancer

"All of my furniture, furnishings, household goods, jewelry, china, silverware and personal effects and any automobiles owned by me at the time of my death I give and bequeath to my children who shall be living at the time of my death," Edwards wrote.

Cate Edwards, daughter of John and Elizabeth, is engaged

In the will, signed Dec. 1 — six days before her death from breast cancer — Edwards appointed ...
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Conspiracy Charges Against Howard K. Stern Dismissed

Howard K. Stern

A judge dismissed the two conspiracy felony charges against Anna Nicole Smith's boyfriend-lawyer Howard K. Stern on Thursday, ruling that there was no evidence he intended fraud when he got drugs for the late star under fake names, The Associated Press reports.

See photos of Anna Nicole Smith through the years

Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Robert J. Perry also dismissed the two conspiracy charges against Dr. Khristine Eroshevich, Smith's psychiatrist, and reduced a charge against her of unlawfully prescribing a controlled substance to a misdemeanor. Citing Eroshevich's long career and her concern for Smith, Perry sentenced her to no more than one year of probation and a $100 fine for obtaining one Vicodin prescription under a false name.

"The evidence is that Howard Stern did not have an intent to break the law," Perry said, adding that without Stern's participation, there was no conspiracy ...
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Ray Romano: I’ll Be Surprised If Network Comedies Work at 10 O'Clock

Ray Romano

NBC and ABC have yet to launch their new 10 p.m. comedy blocks, but they already have a critic from the comedy world: Ray Romano.

During Thursday's Television Critics Association panel for his TNT drama Men of a Certain Age, Romano expressed doubt about whether half-hour comedies can work so late in the evening.

NBC adds third Thursday night comedy hour; unveils midseason prime-time schedule

"I think they got their work cut out... read more

Falling Skies' Noah Wyle Still Intimidated By Steven Spielberg

Noah Wylie

Noah Wyle, the star of Steven Spielberg's new TNT alien-invasion series, Falling Skies, is still intimidated by his boss.

"I couldn't say a word," Wyle says of meeting the three-time Academy Award-winning director. "My hands were sweaty. Luckily, he... read more

Mark-Paul Gosselaar: That Raising the Bar Guy Was "So Righteous"

Franklin & Bash

He's back on TNT. He's back in the courtroom playing a lawyer. But Mark-Paul Gosselaar says the similarities between his short-lived legal drama Raising the Bar and his upcoming series Franklin & Bash end there.

For starters, his Raising the Bar character was kind of uptight.

"Honestly, I miss working with [Raising the Bar creators] David Feige and Steven Bocho, but to play that character was ... he was so righteous.... read more

Keck's Exclusives: ABC's Charlie's Angels Pilot Gives Bosley a Sexy Makeover

Charlie’s Angels

Originated by tubby character actor David Doyle on TV and succeeded by Bill Murray and the late Bernie Mac in the movies, Charlie's Angels' Bosley was better known for his wit than his physique.

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