Dexter star Michael C. Hall says he has been diagnosed with cancer and is "on the road to completing" successful treatment.
Hall, also known for his role in Six Feet Under, was diagnosed with...
Televangelist Pat Robertson says the devastating earthquake in Haiti resulted from the country making a "pact to the devil" to gain liberation.
Wyclef Jean's plea for urgent earthquake relief in Haiti: "We must act now"
"Something happened a long time ago in Haiti, and the people might not want to talk about it," the 1988 presidential candidate said on his Christian Broadcast Network. "They were under the heel of the French ... and they got together and swore a pact to the devil. They said ...
Does Kate Gosselin have a new job?
The Wrap reported Tuesday that the former Jon & Kate Plus 8 star will appear in a new show in which she performs several different jobs, and that the show will "likely have an interactive component." The site's source said the show was tentatively scheduled to air this spring or summer and would not feature her children or ex-husband Jon Gosselin.
Jon Gosselin has a new girlfriend
Not so fast, TLC says ...
Wyclef Jean is pleading for people to "act now" to help victims of the devastating 7.0 Haitian earthquake, which officials feared could leave thousands dead.
"Haiti today faced a natural disaster of unprecedented proportion, an earthquake unlike anything the country has ever experienced," the Haitian-American music star wrote on his blog. "I cannot stress enough what a human disaster this is, and idle hands will only make this ...
O'Reilly Factor - Sarah Palin
Sarah Palin debuted on Fox News — as a paid employee — during Tuesday's The O'Reilly Factor, and gushed over how excited she was to contribute to "the fair and the balanced reporting and analysis" of the news team.
"I'm grinning today, and I'm so appreciative of the opportunity to get to work with you and the other team members here at Fox News to provide the fair and the balanced reporting and analysis voters in this country deserve," Palin said to host Bill O'Reilly.
Sarah Palin joins Fox News as contributor
O'Reilly asked Palin why so many "pinheads" (his word) seem threatened by the former governor of Alaska and vice presidential candidate.
"Obviously, it's not about me. It's not about me, personally," said Palin. "They don't like the message. They don't like the common-sense conservative solution that I think that I represent and you articulate... They don't like to hear it."
Watch Palin's first appearance on the Fox News payroll after the jump.
Conan O'Brien, Jay Leno
It's been an ugly week in the land of late night, but when it comes to deciding whether Conan O'Brien or Jay Leno should have the coveted 11:35 timeslot, an overwhelming 83 percent of TVGuide.com voters say ...
It's that time of year again, folks. Are you ready for the obsession to begin? Of course, this season of American Idol is already on its way to being dominated by by stories that have nothing to do with singing. Paula Abdul left the show last summer. Ellen DeGeneres took her place. And just one day before Season 9 kicked off, Simon Cowell announced plans to exit the show at season's end to launch The X-Factor in the United States.
If the contestants are going to overcome those headlines, they had better seriously bring the talent. So let's get started. Ellen won't chime in until February; for now, a revolving door of guest judges will critique each city. Victoria Beckham joined the panel in Beantown, which to my surprise, offered up many more good singers than most Idol premieres in recent memory. I'm not convinced that any of the 31 singers who made it to Hollywood Tuesday will be standing on the Kodak Theatre stage on finale night, but so far it's nonetheless promising.
Through these first weeks of auditions, I will be offering quick hits of the most memorable singers, both good and bad, as well as a few that defy categorization...
In a vicious sendup, Jimmy Kimmel impersonated Jay Leno — complete with gray wig, fake lantern chin and a slight lisp — as he did his monologue, and he stayed in character throughout the program.
VIDEO: Watch Kimmel's entrance and monologue as Leno now
"Hello, hello, my name is Jay Leno ... and I'm taking over all the shows in late night," began the host of ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live! in his new persona.
"It's great to be here on ABC," he said, exaggeratedly playing off his bandleader (Cleto Escobedo III) like Leno. "You know what ABC stands for? ...