The flashy white glove Michael Jackson wore when he debuted the moonwalk in 1983's performance of "Billie Jean" at Motown's 25th anniversary TV special is up for auction.
The glove will be featured alongside other music memorabilia, such as a Madonna demo tape and unreleased Jimi Hendrix lyrics, at the "Music Icons" auction at New York City's Hard Rock Cafe on Nov. 21, according to The Associated Press.
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This glove is unlike many of the others the pop star wore throughout his career. While most were made ...
Paula Abdul should join Dancing with the Stars, according to 55 percent of respondents to a TVGuide.com poll.
The poll asked if Abdul should join Dancing with the Stars, create an American Idol competitor, star in a sitcom or participate in some other reality show. Fifty-five percent saw Dancing as the best fit for the former choreographer. Seventeen percent thought a new reality show was the best option. Fourteen percent each wanted her to create an Idol competitor or a sitcom.
Abdul announced her departure from American Idol via Twitter on Aug. 5. ABC Entertainment president Steve McPherson has since said that he'd like to work with Abdul, either via a spot on Dancing or otherwise.
Thursday's potentially crucial Big Brother 11 eviction will have at least one major difference: It will be taped instead of airing live.
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CBS is making the move to avoid a possibly volatile reaction from current Head of Household Chima, according to Entertainment Weekly. Chima, whose temper has been on display in recent shouting matches with Russell, has threatened to be unruly if the "mystery power" of coup d'etat is used on tonight's show.
Jeff, the houseguest who has the mystery power, has the ability to ...
Reality star Heidi Pratt is no stranger to the scalpel, and the new Playboy cover girl admits she wants even more body "upgrades."
"I'm definitely not done with my surgical quest," Heidi told Playboy, adding she wants "to go bigger on ...
>Companies are pulling their ads from Fox News' The Glenn Beck Program after Beck called President Barack Obama a racist during a broadcast.
Geico and Lawyers.com (which is owned by Lexis Nexis) have both pulled advertising from Beck's show, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Geico is one of the country's largest advertisers, spending more than a quarter-billion dollars for the first half of 2009, according to Nielsen Co.
Fox noted that the cable networks will not lose revenue, as the companies are simply shifting their ads to other programs. Additionally, Procter & Gamble, Progressive Insurance and SC Johnson said their ads were never supposed to run during Beck's program and the mistake would be corrected.
The controversy stems from a July 28 broadcast when Beck called Obama a racist with "a deep-seated hatred for white people." The comments led ...
Jillian Harris, Ed Swideriski
A contestant on The Bachelorette says winner Ed Swiderski openly talked about having a girlfriend during the competition to win Jillian Harris' heart.
"Dave [Good] and I both remember Ed saying he had a girlfriend," Wes Hayden told Us Weekly. "But we are not the kind who are going to run our mouths."
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Hayden, who was also accused on the show of having a girlfriend back home, wasn't alone in his criticism. Finalist Reid Rosenthal said ...
Why so many nursing shows lately? It may be the economy's fault.
Showtime's Nurse Jackie and TNT's HawthoRNe will soon be joined by NBC's new drama Mercy. It's just another sign that the recession has turned networks' attention from upscale doctors and lawyers to the pink-collar workers who didn't always get their due on the air.
Emmy Award Statue
The Television Academy has scrapped its much-maligned plan to time-shift several awards at next month's Emmy Awards.
"This decision was made to mend relationships within the television community and to allow executive producer Don Mischer to focus his full attention on producing the creative elements in the telecast," Academy Chairman-CEO John Shaffner said in a statement. "Our goal is to celebrate ...
After storming out of American Idol in what equated to a very public huff, Paula Abdul is now unemployed. During last week's TV previews in Los Angeles, Fox execs said they were sad to see her go after a protracted contract dispute. Abdul also expressed her sadness in her initial tweet about her departure, but soon enough was talking about the "many wonderful offers" that have come her way since her announcement. (She's already filmed two guest spots for Lifetime's Drop Dead Diva and will reportedly drop in on Ugly Betty this fall.)
So dry off your hankies, America! Paula is going to be just fine. Just a few days after Fox's initial confirmation of her departure, journalists zeroed in on ABC Entertainment president Steve Macpherson, asking him if he'd bring Abdul into the Alphabet fold. "I think she's a huge talent," he said. "We'd love to get a piece of that." He even surprised the crowd when he announced that he had already called her to see if they could work together in the future.
But where could Abdul fit into ABC's strong lineup of doctors and housewives and snarky sitcoms? Let's weigh the options: