Olivia Wilde, Lea Michele, Sela Ward
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What can you tell me about House's big 150th episode? — Trisha
ADAM: The episode, perhaps the best of the season, finally reveals that Thirteen (the returning Olivia Wilde) ended up in prison. It's a shocking story, so we won't give it away, but we will say that she was convicted of one thing, but actually did something some might consider worse. Mitigating factor: She was acting in the best interest of someone very close to her, which moves House so much that he makes an incredible promise that proves that Dr. Crankypants may have a heart after all.
Is there hope for Rachel and Finn on Glee? — Cheryl
ADAM: "There is [hope], absolutely," Cory Monteith tells us. "That's a very important, very...
It's been a rough couple of months for Christina Aguilera. She messed up the lines to the National Anthem at the Super Bowl, fell onstage during a performance at the Grammy Awards and jailed for public intoxication.
"In light of the past year, there have been obvious setbacks," the Grammy-winning singer tells Us Magazine. "I've gone through a really hard divorce, and anyone who has gone through a divorce will speak about how...
Jane Lynch and Matthew Morrison
Yes, carpooling is good for the environment, but with Glee star Matthew Morrison, it can also be a little hard on the ears.
In a new Funny or Die video, Morrison gives co-star and on-screen nemesis Jane Lynch a ride to work, but insists on warming up his pipes to the radio. Morrison, 32, then proceeds to belt out everything from George Michael's "Faith" and Limp Bizkit's "Nookie" to...
Ashley Judd, Naomi Judd
Do Ashley Judd's allegations of incest and neglect in her new memoir, All That's Bitter & Sweet, shed light on recent public tension within her family?
Early in this season of OWN's gently addictive Season 25: Oprah Behind the Scenes, Wynonna and Naomi Judd visit The Oprah Winfrey Show. Backstage, it was clear that the topic of Ashley and her absence from the show was taboo...
You may be losing soon if you keep using Charlie Sheen's "winning" words.
The actor has moved to trademark 22 of his catchphrases, including "Duh, Winning," "Vatican Assassin," "Tiger Blood" and "Rock Star From Mars," according to The Associated Press.
VIDEO: Charlie Sheen spoofs 20/20 interview
Records show that Hyro-gliff, a California-based company, filed trademark applications between March 19 and 22, seeking protection for everything from ...