The Victorious gang experiences a spring break gone wrong in the hourlong special titled "Locked Up!"
"Tori [Victoria Justice] gets us a free vacation in this exotic [fictitious] country called Yerba ... but we end up going to jail when Tori has a wardrobe malfunction and kicks the Yerbanian chancellor in the eye," star Ariana Grande says. "It's pretty chaotic."
Will Mitchel Musso, Bridgit Mendler, Debby Ryan or Brandon Mychal Smith come out on top in the finale of Disney's Friends for a Change Games?
Throughout the four weeks of competition, Musso's Team Red, Mendler's Team Yellow, Ryan's Team Blue and Smith's Team Green have been vying in a series of fun and physical challenges to win $100,000 for their team's charity. Sunday's half-hour special (8:30/7:30c, Disney Channel) will reveal the victorious team and announce the fan-favorite team that gets another $100,000. According to the current scoreboard, Musso's team leads in both performance and fan voting.
Urging wildlife preservation, Ian Somerhalder testified before the Congress on behalf of the Multinational Species Coalition.
"Environmental conservation has not been just a passion of mine, but a priority," said The Vampire Diaries actor, whose Ian Somerhalder Foundation focuses on habitat conservation, species protection and clean energy initiatives.
She's already ubiquitous in contemporary pop culture; now, book buyers can get ready to see a lot more of Lady Gaga. She intends to release a book featuring more than 350 color and black-and-white photographs of her on Nov. 22, The Associated Press reports...
Unlike Mila Kunis, Justin Timberlake and Linda Hamilton, Scarlett Johansson has declined her YouTube invite to the Nov. 10 Marine Corps Ball — doing so with the utmost graciousness.
In a statement to Zap2it, she says she is "incredibly honored" by the invitation and praises would-be date Sgt. Dustin L. Williams' "cheeky talent for filmmaking." However...
With just seven episodes left until the series finale, it is officially the beginning of the end of Entourage. But if the cast and crew of the HBO Hollywood comedy has their say, it's not time yet to run the closing credits on movie star Vincent Chase and his posse.
"We're going to do a movie," creator and executive producer Doug Ellin told reporters at the Television Critics Association conference Thursday. "It's a question of when and how quick."
Luckily, Ellin has one very enthusiastic participant, and possible investor