Chrissy Teigen and John Legend
John Legend is engaged to Sports Illustrated model Chrissy Teigen, People reports.
The singer proposed over the holidays while the couple was ...
House of Lies
Showtime's upcoming series House of Lies is debuting next month, but we've got the first episode now!
The dark comedy stars Don Cheadle as Marty Kaan, a management consultant who will stop at nothing to get business deals done. Kaan's team, called "The Pod," consists of Jeannie Van Der Hooven, a razor-sharp, Ivy League grad (Kristen Bell); Clyde Oberhalt, a brown-nosing and womanizing consultant (Ben Schwartz); and Doug Guggenheim, a brilliant math geek (Josh Lawson). Dawn Olivieri rounds out the cast as Marty's pill-popping ex-wife and mother of his child. She's also his company's biggest rival.
Rizzoli & Isles
[WARNING: The following story contains major spoilers from the Rizzoli & Isles Season 2 finale. Read at your own risk.]
What could possibly drive ...
From Oprah's surprisingly low-key farewell to the year's most soul-crushing break-up on The Good Wife (Kalicia, no!), the year was packed with fantastic hours of television — pretty much all of which we watched. There were teary goodbyes (Friday Night Lights' Texas forever! Smallville's tights and flights!), tense face-offs (why can't all CIA interrogations take place on the front porch of a cabin, like on Homeland?) and of course we made room for a little Glee (because certain underdogs deserved it). Which made the list. Tune in all week for our top 25.
Here's the second batch in our weeklong countdown of 2011's best episodes (Catch up first with Episodes 25-21):
It's A Wonderful Life
On Christmas Eve and Christmas, people who squeezed in some television amidst all the opening of presents, eating and visiting the folks went with an old holiday standby and — what else? — football.
It turns out that the $5 million recording contract that Melanie Amaro received is a relative pittance compared to the $42 million Simon Cowell is getting for The X Factor and other enterprises.
The Guardian in London, citing corporate papers filed last week, reports that Cowell, the show's creator and alpha judge, made that amount in a deal with Sony that set up a joint venture for his entertainment businesses, which include the Fox network amateur-singing competition.
Tyler the Creator
Tyler, the Creator was arrested for vandalism, TMZ reports.
The 20-year-old rapper (real name: Tyler Okonma) was taken into police custody Sunday. The West Hollywood Sheriff's Department told TMZ that security staff at the Roxy reported that he "destroyed an electric soundboard belonging to the venue." Tyler was then arrested on suspicion of vandalism and was taken to a nearby station for booking.