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Cee Lo Green on Why He Turned Down The X Factor: It "Wasn't Distinctive Enough"

Cee-Lo Green, Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton

Cee Lo Green had the chance to join Simon Cowell on his highly anticipated singing competition series, The X Factor, but he said no. Instead, he joined NBC's rival, The Voice. Why did he turn down one of the most famous judges in reality TV history?

"I was unfamiliar with the concept of X Factor," Green told reporters Friday at NBC's Summer Press Day.  "I didn't see it as distinctive enough... read more

Meredith Baxter on Abusive Marriage: Family Ties Saved My Life

Meredith Baxter

TV Guide Network's Hollywood 411 sits down with actress Meredith Baxter just before her reunion with the cast of Family Ties for the TV Land Awards. 

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Condoleezza Rice to Appear on 30 Rock

Condoleezza Rice

Condoleezza Rice is headed to 30 Rock.

The former Secretary of State will guest-star on the NBC sitcom as Jack's ex-girlfriend, Tina Fey said on NPR's Leonard Lopate Show Thursday.

Tina Fey expecting baby No. 2

"We have another few amazing cameos," Fey said. "One, I'm going to make an executive decision that I'm allowed to talk ...
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VIDEO: Shake it Up Stars Dance Even When the Camera Isn't Rolling

Adam Irigoyen, Davis Cleveland, Roshon Fegan

As one of the stars on Disney's Shake It Up, Roshon Fegan often has to dance for fans on the spot.

"They just walk up and instead of saying, 'I know who you are and I want your autograph,' some people walk up and say, 'Do a dance move for me!'" Fegan tells TVGuide.com. "I usually do any move I can remember and go for it."

VIDEO: Shake It Up stars share how show emulates their real life

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Bachelor Alum Andrew Firestone Welcomes a Daughter

Andrew Firestone and Ivana Bozilovic

Former Bachelor Andrew Firestone has welcomed a baby girl.

Firestone's wife, model Ivana Bozilovic, gave birth to ...
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CBS Picks Up Reality Series Same Name

Same Name

CBS has picked up the reality series Same Name for the summer.

The show features celebrities who swap lives with regular folks who share the same name as them. The pilot stars David Hasselhoff, who travels to Lake Jackson, Texas, to trade lives with a 27-year-old high voltage power technician/landscaper.

CBS orders celebrity life swap series

"They may have the same names but their lives ...
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Paris Hilton Returns to Reality TV: There Are Things "I Never Thought I Would Show on Camera"

Kathy and Paris Hilton

"There are things on the show that, in a million years, I never thought I would show on camera," Paris Hilton told reporters Friday at NBC's Summer Press Day. "I put my producer hat on and thought this is great TV."

But what does Hilton think viewers will be most surprised to see on her new series? "How down to earth and sweet I am," she said.

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Hilton is no stranger to... read more

Celebrity Watchlist: Romany Malco Finds Great Drama in The Good Wife and The Wire

Romany Malco

What does Romany Malco consider good TV? The Good Wife, of course.

"It's cryptic and clever with a message that promotes strong family values," he tells TVGuide.com. "The cast is a nice mixture of flawed and complex ...
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Will Ferrell Punches In on The Office: Our Six Favorite Moments

Will Ferrell

It may be the beginning of the end for Steve Carell and his Office alter-ego, Michael Scott, but the debut of Will Ferrell Thursday night gave Office fans a lot to laugh about. Here are six of our favorite moments from Thursday's episode:

"Life Happened":  Before Michael Scott even realizes that he is talking to his replacement (it takes him awhile), Michael and Deangelo bond over things that only they had in common. Case in point: They both have a fear of skiing because of the death of "Sonny Bobo" and each has an overzealous affection for the Olympics. (Deangelo tried to start an animal Olympics, but "life happened.")

Will Ferrell on permanently joining The Office: "We're talking about it"

How May I Assist You?: Deangelo's first (small) attempt to... read more

Walter Breuning, World's Oldest Man, Dies at 114

Walter Breuning

Walter Breuning, the world's oldest man, has died. He was 114.

Breuning died Thursday of natural causes at a Great Falls hospital in Montana, Stacia Kirby, a spokeswoman for the Rainbow Senior Living retirement home, told The Associated Press.

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"I am deeply saddened by the loss of my dear friend and a great Montanan," state Governor Brian Schweitzer said in a statement. "Walter taught me that all things ...
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