There are many trends to exploit from the past season of American Idol: Randy Jackson's constant refrain, "In it to win it!"; Jennifer Lopez's vague compliments that could be applied to any contestant, regardless of who they are or what they did (never forget: "Do you watch rap?")...
The Bachelorette is back, but not exactly setting the world on fire. The two-hour Season 7 debut featuring Ashley Hebert averaged 9.27 million viewers and a 2.8 rating among 18-to-49-year-olds at 9/8c — tying last year's premiere.
Jane Lynch is Fox's first choice to host the Emmy Awards, according to Deadline.com...
Although The Bachelorette's Ashley Hebert has a strong group of guys to choose from, one suitor stood out in the season premiere, but not in a good way. Before the night began, Ashley explained to host Chris Harrison that she had been warned about Bentley and that he was going on the show to promote his company and not find love. Despite Ashley's intel — and Bentley admitting to producers he had hoped Emily Maynard would be the Bachelorette — she gave him a rose. Harrison tells TVGuide.com he begged Ashley to cut him, but she went with her gut. Plus: Harrison weighs in on some of the night's more memorable men.
Want to know what's going on with Bachelor couple Brad and Emily? So would Chris Harrison.
"The reason I don't say anything is because I don't know, and even when I know something, it changes the next hour," Harrison tells TVGuide.com. "I decided to keep my mouth shut until I know what the hell is going on."
What happens when the Good Luck Charlie clan takes a trip to Chicago? You get a Disney crossover with the girls of Shake It Up.
When Good Luck Charlie's Teddy (Bridgit Mendler) and Amy (Leigh-Allyn Baker) set out to visit their aunt in Chicago, they accidentally end up on the set of "Shake It Up Chicago" where they're mistaken for a famous hip-hop duo.
VIDEO: Shake It Up stars share how show emulates their real life
Jennifer Aniston sports a new, all-brunette 'do in the trailer of Seth Gordon's Horrible Bosses (due out July 8). Maybe you think this alone should not be news, but it is: Seventeen years after the debut of "The Rachel," people still cannot get enough of Aniston's hair...
Estella Warren ran her Toyota Prius into three parked cars, kicking off a chain of events that led to several charges, TMZ.com reports...
Lady Gaga's album Born This Way brought online retailer Amazon.com to a crawl...
Bette Midler has been cast opposite Al Pacino in HBO Films' upcoming movie about troubled music producer Phil Spector, according to The Hollywood Reporter...
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