Kanye West has been named MTV's Man of the Year.
The rapper won the honor for his "compelling" comeback story after starting the year as a villain, thanks to his infamous mic-swipe from Taylor Swift, and ending it as a "hero."
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After a self-imposed hiatus, West started his comeback in May, releasing "Power." Two months later, he joined Twitter, unleashing infinitely entertaining ...
2010 Calgary Hitmen Teddy Bear Toss
Why can't all charity drives be this awesome?
At a recent Calgary Hitmen junior league hockey game in Canada, fans gathered for the annual "Teddy Bear Toss." Everyone waited patiently for the first goal to be scored and then began covering he ice with teddy bears. Tens of thousands of the cuddly stuffed animals were thrown onto the ice, delaying the game for 40 minutes. The bird's eye view of the mayhem is pretty unreal, mostly for one reason: It. Just. Keeps. Going.
Believe it or not, the players hand-delivered all 23,096 of the bears to the Alberta Children's Hospital. Now that's a holiday tradition.
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Tony Romo and Candice Crawford
Tony Romo is engaged to former Miss Missouri Candice Crawford.
The Dallas Cowboys quarterback proposed Thursday night at Crawford's 24th birthday party, according to Dallas' KDAF-TV, for whom Crawford works as a reporter. The station posted a photo of Crawford's engagement ring.
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This will be the first marriage for both. They have been dating ...
Thanks to her candid nature, surprisingly tough physical presence and resourcefulness (she started a fire with reading glasses), Jane Bright gave Survivor: Nicaragua's older tribe a fighting chance. Those attributes combined with personal tragedy (she lost her husband to cancer in 2009) made her a huge threat to her competition as someone the jury would surely vote for to win the million dollars. However, Jane learned she was a big threat a little too late and was booted from the game in the penultimate episode. The 56-year-old dog trainer spoke with TVGuide.com about why she was so disappointed in Chase Rice, what kept her from aligning with Fabio Birza and why she thinks she wouldn't have the $1,000,000 prize. (Hint: It's a...
Being Erica, the Canadian dramedy about a time-traveling therapy patient, is the latest import to be adapted for American audiences.
ABC is developing a U.S. version, which will be written by Eastwick's Maggie Friedman. It's executive-produced by David Fortier and Ivan Schneeberg of Temple Street Productions, who also produce the original. Being Erica airs on the CBC in Canada and SOAPnet in America. The third season of the series will premiere in the U.S. on Wednesday, Jan. 26.
Being Erica returns for Season 3 in January
The original Erica stars Erin Karpluk as a therapy patient who travels back in time to fix her past mistakes. The show averages around half a million viewers in Canada. The series is a hot commodity across the globe, airing in more than 160 countries, including the U.K. and Spain.
Karpluk told TVGuide.com on Thursday that she was initially nervous about someone else playing Erica Strange. "Hold on! There's only one Erica, here," the actress recalls saying during format pitch meetings.
Still, if the story line and formatting turn out great, Karpluk says...