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Our top moments of the week:
16. Most Self-Aware Reality-Show Judge: Showing she does have a sense of humor about herself, Christina Aguilera injects a little levity into a coaching session with battle-round opponents Frenchie Davis and Tarralyn Ramsey on The Voice. "Don't worry about the words! I never worry about the words!" she laughs, referring to her National Anthem debacle. Can't wait to hear what she has to say about her night behind bars...
A record-setting 72 million votes were cast to determine which three American Idol singers would be become hometown heroes and which singer would, in the immortal words of Ryan Seacrest, "just be going home." But that poor, non-heroic person was a bit of a shock. So, who is headed home as the shame of his or her hometown? (Seriously, producers, let's not pretend that all of these kids aren't famous, OK? ) Let's find out...
Mr. Sunshine star Matthew Perry is heading back to rehab, People reports.
"I'm making plans to go away for a month to focus on my sobriety and to continue my life in recovery," he says in a statement. "Please enjoy making fun of me on the World Wide Web."
Actress Autumn Reeser and her husband Jesse Warren welcomed a son Tuesday morning, according to a tweet from the newborn. It's the first child for the couple.
"Here I am, world! 5-10-11 (at 10:53am) just got a whole lot more awesome!" reads the tweet from Baby Finn. It was followed immediately by, "It is BRIGHT out here!"
Mary Tyler Moore
Mary Tyler Moore is going under the knife to remove a benign tumor from her brain, People reports.
"At the recommendation of her neurologist, who has been monitoring this for years, and a neurosurgeon, Mary decided to proceed with this fairly routine procedure," a rep told the magazine.
Daniel Gillies, Vampire Diaries
It's hard enough to join a popular show mid-second season, but to enter the world of Vampire Diaries as a "villain" and yet become so well-liked is nearly impossible. Somehow, Daniel Gillies pulled it off.
"First of all, people absolutely love the guy who's not the good guy," Gillies tells TVGuide.com." I think the great thing we're doing is generating questions [and] not supplying answers. I think Elijah is the embodiment of the question — that's why people are so drawn to him."
NBC is turning up the volume on The Voice.
The singing competition will expand to two-hour live episodes beginning Tuesday, June 7 at 9/8c following America's Got Talent, the network announced Thursday.