Kanye West, Mary-Kate Olsen
Are Kanye West and Mary-Kate Olsen the next Hollywood hookup?
Reports recently surfaced that the 34-year-old rapper and the 25-year-old former Full House star were spotted locking lips at his birthday party. But Olsen's rep shoots down the rumor. "There is no truth to the story whatsoever," her rep told Gossip Cop.
Teresa Giudice is being sued by a Chicago family who claim she threw champagne in one person's face and started a brawl that resulted in injuries at a Dominican Republic hotel in February, The Associated Press reports.
According to the lawsuit filed in New York on Monday, the Real Housewives of New Jersey cast member sprayed bubbly in the eyes of 53-year-old Yolanda Martinez. The suit also states that Giudice, husband Joe and others on the show then "jumped on and smashed glass" on Martinez, her son-in-law and his cousin. The fight occurred during the Bravo series taping at the Moon Lounge in the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Punta Cana.
"Baby, lock them doors and turn the lights down low." Surprisingly, those lyrics were not coming from the lips of American Idol winner Scotty McCreery, but from White Collar star Matt Bomer. At a White Collar screening and Q&A held Monday at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, he and fellow cast members Tim DeKay and Willie Garson sang, revealed what they're hiding underneath those sharp suits (Spanx for Garson, he joked) and gave plenty of juicy intel for what's coming up on the crime series' third season.
5 reasons we're already hooked on the new season of White Collar
Is a musical episode on the way? The White Collar cast is known to break out into "song bombs" on the set (favorite tunes include "Purple Rain," "Total Eclipse of the Heart" and the Folgers coffee jingle), so does that mean a musical episode...
Funny or Die was the big winner at Monday night's Webby Awards where it was honored as Webby Film and Person of the Year.
Accepting the award were co-founders Adam McKay and Chris Henchy with Will Ferrell joining via video. Together the group went way beyond the five-word acceptance speech limit with Ferrell adding a haiku.
Selena Gomez says exhaustion and malnourishment was to blame for her hospitalization.
"I was just very malnourished, so I was low on iron and exhausted," she told reporters after her rescheduled show Monday.
On Monday's auditions for MasterChef, several more home cooks tied one on -- tied on the white aprons that indicate they're advancing to the next level of competition that is. Overall, we're happy with the people who advanced to the Top 38, but sometimes, the melodramatic journey getting there can be rather painful. Will two of the chefs says "yes"? Is the dish salty enough? Will Joe Bastianich blink? Can we just skip to the competition rounds already?
Here are five moments that -- for one reason or another -- left a bad taste in our mouth from Day 3 of the auditions:
Jewel, Kara DioGuardi
So far, watching Bravo's songwriting competition Platinum Hit hasn't been easy on the ears — and judge Kara DioGuardi knows it.
Sure, viewers sit through season after season of God-awful warbling on DioGuardi's old show American Idol, but on Platinum Hit, contestants are not only shaky singers, they're all performing their own half-baked, unproven material. In the first episode, one hopeful, Sonyae, screamed her hook for an original song about Los Angeles — refrain: "LOVE IT OR HATE IT! LOVE IT OR HATE IT! LOVE IT OR HATE IT I LOVE LAAAAA!" -- and it was pretty much a train wreck until DioGuardi named it the challenge winner!
"When I saw it as a viewer, I thought, 'Oh yeah, people are going to think we're out of our minds,'" DioGuardi says...
Emmy season is now upon us. Over the next two weeks, Emmy voters will be checking off names and shows they think are worthy of getting a nomination come July 14. We here at TVGuide.com have a few picks in mind ourselves. Next up: our dream ballot for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy:
Following his recent anti-gay comments made during a stand-up show, Tracy Morgan has continued to apologize for his insensitivity, publically calling homophobia a "sickness," speaking with gay rights group GLAAD and planning to meet with LGBT youth community members in New York.
Tracy Morgan apologizes for homophobic rant: "I'm not a hateful person"
During a June 3 show at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium, Morgan went on a homophobic rant during which he said he would "pull out a knife and stab" his son if he were gay. After being...