Paul McCartney and David Letterman
Paul McCartney, in his first-ever appearance on the Late Show with David Letterman, performed on the marquee of the show's Ed Sullivan Theater and reminisced about The Beatles' appearance there, 45 years ago, and the beginning and end of his friendship with Michael Jackson.
McCartney delivered a vibrant version of "Get Back" and a new song, "Sing the Changes," to thousands of fans who filled Broadway to watch the legendary singer perform.
Watch McCartney's full performance — even songs that weren't aired
He told Letterman he was 22 when he and the rest of the Beatles performed at the Ed Sullivan Theater in 1964, the start of rock's British Invasion. He also recalled performing "Yesterday" solo and saying no when a floor manager asked if he was nervous about performing it alone.
"You should be," McCartney recalled the manager saying. "There's 73 million people watching."
McCartney also went into detail about his first contact with Jackson, with whom he collaborated on the hits "Say Say Say," and "The Girl is Mine."
Terry Crews, Ice Cube
TBS has ordered 10 episodes of a new series based on the big-screen comedy Are We There Yet?
A breakout hit in 2005, Are We There Yet? starred Ice Cube as Nick, a player who tries to woo a divorcee by shuttling around her two hard-to-handle kids. Having grossed $82 million, the comedy begat the 2007 sequel Are We Done Yet? — and apparently the answer was no!
TBS' Are We There Yet? series has Terry Crews (Everybody Hates Chris' dad) stepping in ...
The ABC special J.K. Rowling: A Year in the Life, premiering Thursday at 8 pm/ET, sheds light on the beloved Harry Potter author's world and work by chronicling the 12 months leading up to the release of the seventh, final entry in the bestselling series: Harry Potter and the Deathy Hallows.
ABC's inside look at Rowling's origins and career comes as the latest big-screen adaptation, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, is enchanting fans in theaters, conjuring up $22 million in its first night at the box office.
Elizabeth Vargas, the host of A Year in the Life, sat with TVGuide.com to share a peek at its many revelations. Among the topics covered ...
Daphne Zuniga will appear on the CW's new Melrose Place this fall, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
For at least two episodes, Zuniga will reprise the role of photographer Jo Reynolds, who has now attained some degree of success — much like Donna Martin, fashion designer. (Question: Did you ever see Jo snap a single frame after, like, the fourth episode?)
Zuniga, who recently played Brooke's mom on One Tree Hill, joins former Place-mates Thomas Calabro, Josie Bissett, and Laura Leighton on the reboot.
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Models of the Runway
We've met the Project Runway designers, but now it's time to meet their models, who will also be starring in their own companion series, Models of the Runway.
Meet the designers of Project Runway Season 6
Lifetime announced the 16 models who will work it on the catwalk in hopes of getting paired with the winning designer. The women range in height from 5-foot-8-inches to 6 feet tall (models dare not share their ages), and ...
Dancing With The Stars
Two physically disabled men have filed a lawsuit against Dancing with the Stars, accusing the show of discrimination and a cameraman of threatening to run over a service dog, TMZ reports.
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Robert Carr and Arnie Pike, who are both confined to wheelchairs, said they attended a March taping of the series on the CBS lot. After arriving with ...
NBC has announced a Sept. 23 premiere for Mercy, the new medical drama that had its debut suddenly moved from midseason to fall.
The series will airs Wednesdays at 8 pm/ET, where its competition is ABC's Hank and The Middle, CBS' Old Christine and Gary Unmarried, Fox's So You Think You Can Dance, and the CW's Top Model.
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Mercy cast and crew were notified late last week that they must report to work in August versus October, now that the show is needed to fill a gap created by a delay in the start of production for Parenthood.
An adaptation of the 1989 movie, Parenthood had its premiere pushed back to midseason to ...