Elizabeth Gillies says her character on Nickelodeon's Victorious isn't a mean girl — she's just bad. The 16-year-old is fine with that, because she considers herself pretty dark as well. Or as dark as you can get on a show about singing teens at a performing arts school. She talked to TVGuide.com about what it's like to torment the show's sweetness-and-light aspiring singer, Tori Vega (Victoria Justice).
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Prosecutors will not charge Heather Locklear in a hit-and-run case, saying they don't have sufficient evidence that she was the one behind the wheel of her car when it hit a no-parking sign.
Locklear was arrested and cited with a misdemeanor hit-and-run last month ...
It takes a special man to be Samantha Jones' love interest. But then again, it takes a special man to admit crying during the first Sex and the City movie.
"I was like, I've got to see what this is about. I need to know what I'm doing," Sex and the City 2 actor Max Ryan tells TVGuide.com. "I watched the movie and I was emotionally touched. I actually cried a bit. It's quite embarrassing but I did. I was happy, I was sad, and I was like, 'Whoa, this is really good.'"
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After nine seasons at the judges' table, Simon Cowell said goodbye to American Idol on Tuesday's finale. His snarky critiques and cheeky British candor captured the attention of...
Crystal Bowersox, Lee DeWyze
[WARNING: The following story reveals the winner of American Idol's ninth season. Read at your own risk.]
American Idol's Season 9 winner has been crowned.
Millions of votes were cast for finalists Crystal Bowersox and Lee DeWyze. Bowersox was the season's early favorite (57 percent of more than 4,500 voters in a TVGuide.com poll picked her to win), while DeWyze came into the finale with newfound momentum...
When So You Think You Can Dance premieres its seventh season on Thursday (8/7c on Fox), viewers will notice some major changes. Choreographer Mia Michaels will be a permanent judge — taking Mary Murphy's place — and the 10 finalists will pair up with previous all-star contestants, resulting in only one eliminated dancer per week. Both the performance and results show will air live. As host Cat Deeley puts it, "Anything can happen — and it will." TVGuide.com spoke to Deeley about what advice the all-stars will have for the newbies, why she calls Michaels "bonkers," and how her wardrobe on the show has inspired her to create a jewelry line.
TVGuide.com: What do you think about Mia Michaels becoming a permanent judge?
Cat Deeley: I love it. I love Mary Murphy too. She's still going to be part of the family, still going to do choreography for us, but Mia is held is such high esteem by the dance world. She's a genius in terms of her choreography and I can't wait to see her on the panel. The dancers really want to hear what she's got to say. They really respect her opinions and she very rarely sugarcoats them. She's very honest and even if she criticizes, it's constructive criticism. I love the fact that she's a little bit bonkers. Let's face facts: She would be the first person to turn around and go, "I am."
Lindsay Lohan has a new hairdo to match her new ankle accessory.
Just days after appearing in court with dark locks, the 23-year-old actress has dyed her hair back to...