Sugar Ray Leonard and Anna Trebunskaya
After being told by Len Goodman that their jive may put them in jeopardy for elimination last week on Dancing with the Stars, Sugar Ray Leonard and Anna Trebunskaya sweated it out under the Red Light of Doom before being the last couple called safe. "Ray was nervous, but he was containing it," Trebunskaya tells TVGuide.com. "He's a world class athlete, so he knows how to handle the pressure, but I know he was nervous. We tried to...
Hop leapt to the top, Box Office Mojo reports.
The animated film, about a teenage rabbit next in line to become the Easter Bunny, took in an estimated $38.1 million in its first weekend of release.
The Jake Gyllenhaal thriller Source Code came in second, grossing $15 million. The third new release...
Elizabeth Hurley and Arun Nayar
Elizabeth Hurley has filed for divorce from husband Arun Nayar after four years of marriage, the UK's Daily Mail reports.
Hurley, 45, filed papers Friday at London's High Court, citing "unreasonable...
Michael Vartan and Lauren Skaar
Former Alias star Michael Vartan married girlfriend Lauren Skaar, People reports.
The couple tied the knot Saturday at a resort in Newport Beach, Calif. Vartan's Alias co-star, Victor Garber, served as a groomsman. Vartan, 42, sported a two-button Giorgio Armani tuxedo and Skaar wore a...
As if the star power of host and musical guest Elton John wasn't enough for Saturday Night Live, the 64-year-old superstar welcomed several celebrity guests including Tom Hanks, Jake Gyllenhaal, New York Knick Carmelo Anthony and former SNL vet Will Forte for John's first time hosting.
For his monologue, John took a jab at his own storied alcohol and drug abuse when referencing his first and only other appearance on the late-night show, back in 1982. "Of all the things I tried once early in...
The Bronx Zoo's Egyptian Cobra
What do you do when a mild-mannered snake becomes a celebrity? You name it!
The Bronx Zoo is holding a contest to name the Egyptian cobra that escaped from its enclosure on March 25. The liberated serpent captured the public's imagination, started its own Twitter account and was found safe and sound six days later in a remote corner of the Reptile House.
Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Fallon concluded a successful week-long project to raise $26,000 with a song-and-dance extravaganza on Friday. What did they sing? Rebecca Black's "Friday," of course.
The collaboration began when Colbert auctioned off a painting of himself, which raised $26,000 for DonorsChoose.org, and claimed that Fallon would be matching the donation. The only problem was that the late night host never promised anything of the kind. But the two agreed if Fallon could raise the money in a week, Colbert would sing "Friday" with The Roots live on Late Night.
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The new version of "Friday" has it all -- a heartfelt beginning, a rap interlude, Auto-Tune and even a few surprise guests.
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