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Report: Neil Patrick Harris to Host Tony Awards Again

Neil Patrick Harris

Neil Patrick Harris is set to reprise his role as Tony Awards host for the 2011 ceremony, Deadline reports.

Harris, 37, earned rave reviews when he first hosted... read more

Marie Osmond Remarries First Husband

Marie Osmond

Marie Osmond exchanged "I do's" — again — with first husband Stephen Craig on Wednesday, People reports.

Osmond, 51, and Craig, 54, remarried in a private ceremony at the Las Vegas Mormon Temple before holding a reception at... read more

Glee Concert Tour to Hit the Big Screen This Summer

Glee

Gleeks, get your popcorn ready. The Glee concert tour is becoming a 3D movie to hit theaters this August, Fox announced Wednesday.

Glee Live! 3D! will be released on Aug. 12 for a limited two-week run. The film will be produced by series co-creator Ryan Murphy and directed by... read more

Jackie Cooper, Superman's Perry White, Dies at 88

Jackie Cooper as Perry White

Jackie Cooper, who played Daily Planet editor Perry White in the original Superman films, has died. He was 88 years old.

Cooper died Tuesday at a Beverly Hills, Calif., hospital after a sudden illness, TMZ reports.

Remember other celebrities who died this year

A Los Angeles native, Cooper started acting at... read more

Original Teen Mom Cast Returning for Fourth Season

Teen Mom

Season 3 has yet to premiere, but MTV has already renewed the original Teen Mom for a fourth season, the network announced Wednesday, which also happens to be the National Day to Prevent Teen Pregnancy.

MTV also announced that Season 3 --  starring original cast members Catelynn Lowell, Farrah Abraham, Maci Bookout and Amber Portwood -- will premiere on... read more

President Obama's bin Laden Speech Draws 56.5 Million

President Barack Obama

President Barack Obama's surprise announcement of Osama bin Laden's death Sunday night drew 56.5 million viewers, Nielsen reported. It's the biggest TV audience the president has attracted since taking office.

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Who Killed the Soaps? 7 Culprits, Including The Real Housewives, Farmville, and James Franco

Susan Lucci, Farmville

Soap opera fans — and Hoover — can go ahead and blame ABC's head of daytime Brian Frons for the death of All My Children and One Life to Live. Two weeks ago, he pulled the trigger, ending 40 years worth of storytelling, and further enraging fans by announcing in the same breath that both series would be replaced by cheaper-to-produce talk shows.

Susan Lucci on All My Children's cancellation: "I was completely blindsided"

It's true that soaps don't make as much money as they used to, but why? Are there culprits to blame beyond network executives needing to cut costs? We point a finger at several other guilty parties in the death of the serial:

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Ratings: The Voice Hits a Higher Note

Blake Shelton, Tyler Robinson

The Voice not only held its high ratings note; it went up. The two-hour program averaged 12.38 million viewers and gave NBC its highest ratings in the time slot in nearly six years.

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VIDEO: Katherine Jackson Cites Unconfirmed Article Exonerating Michael Jackson's Molestation Charges

Katherine Jackson

Katherine Jackson, the matriarch of the Jackson family, appeared on Wednesday's Today show to discuss her daily attendance of the preliminary hearing for Dr. Conrad Murray's upcoming manslaughter trial over the death of Michael Jackson...
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Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon Announce the Names of Their Twins

Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon

Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon have named their twins Monroe Cannon and Moroccan Scott Cannon, they announced on Carey's website.

Daughter Monroe is named after Marilyn Monroe, who Carey calls an inspiration. Son Moroccan's name comes from the top tier of Carey's New York City apartment, which features Moroccan-inspired decor. It's also the spot where Cannon proposed.

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