American Idol and America's Got Talent had best be on guard. Auditions for Simon Cowell's new singing competition, The X Factor, kick off March 27 in Los Angeles, paving the way for the Fox series' fall 2011 premiere. While continuing the search for his co-hosts and third judge (to join him and Island Def Jam music producer Antonio "L.A." Reid), the charmer spoke to TV Guide Magazine from across the pond...
As How I Met Your Mother's season-ending mystery wedding nears, two additional faces will pop up to further complicate the possibilities.
In the April 18 episode, Battlestar Galactica vet Michael Trucco will assume the role of Robin's oft-discussed, but never seen "crush" from years earlier...
HBO has given the go-ahead to the comedy pilot Spring/Fall, starring Tea Leoni, Deadline reports.
Set in New York, Leoni plays half of a dysfunctional partnership between two women in the fashion industry. The project is scheduled to begin filming in June.
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Rebecca Black and Jay Leno
YouTube sensation Rebecca Black almost didn't recorder her hit song.
On Tuesday night's Tonight Show, Black told Jay Leno that the original song the studio sent her was about being a guy's superhero. Black couldn't relate and asked for — and got — something else: "Friday."
"It's about having fun with your friends and being a teenager. I thought it was different because it's not indecent," she said.
Josh Radnor, Elizabeth Olsen
How I Met Your Mother's Josh Radnor will direct and act alongside rising star Elizabeth Olsen in the independent film Liberal Arts, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The movie follows a 35-year-old who still wants to live like a college kid, but must come to terms with his age and budding responsibilities. Olsen plays a 19-year-old student who falls for Radnor's character and bonds with him over their love of music and literature. Age ultimately comes between them as they yearn to make the relationship work.
Gwen Stefani has joined the growing list of celebrities donating toward the relief and recovery efforts in Japan.
"I've been inspired by Japan for many years and have a true love, appreciation and respect for the Japanese people and their culture," Stefani said Wednesday. "The disaster in Japan is beyond heartbreaking and I want to do anything I can to help. I would never be able to make a gesture like this without the love and support of all the fans over all these years."
As the show's black-and-white opening illustrated, tonight's American Idol was about going back in time to the golden age of Motown. It's the music that changed the face of the recording industry and made Steven Tyler want to make out with girls. Those classic songs also helped deliver what was perhaps the best overall performance show of the season. Of course, there were still a few missteps. So, who will miss out on making it to the Top 10 and, therefore, the Idol summer tour? Let's break it down...
Kevin McKidd and Sandra Oh
It's been nearly a month since the doctors of Grey's Anatomy have graced our television screens. With so many relationships left in the air — Cristina and Owen's disagreements about the future, Stark asking April out, Jackson and Lexie hooking up — TVGuide.com has compiled a handy breakdown to catch you up on where each couple stands and what's next for them.
Meredith and Derek (Ellen Pompeo and Patrick Dempsey): The pair has been grappling with infertility issues, which will come to a head in the musical episode. "It's starting to be...