Jonathan Groff, Glee
Before Glee, Jonathan Groff would have not been able to sing Adele's guttural, smoldering anthem of heartbreak, "Rolling in the Deep," which he used to swagger back onto the hit show last week. The actor, previously best known for his work in New York theatre, says it was Glee that taught him to rock out.
"The first song I sang with Vocal Adrenaline was 'Highway to Hell' and I remember calling [music producer] Adam Anders and saying, 'Maybe we should sit down with a...
Masi Oka, Hawaii Five-0
One cast member may be getting killed off in the Hawaii Five-0 finale, but Masi Oka is getting a promotion.
Oka, who plays...
Fred Flinstone, Simon Cowell
Yabba Dabba Do! Fox announced Monday that Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane will launch a new version of The Flinstones in 2013.
Fox President of Entertainment Kevin Reilly made the news official during the network's upfront presentation to advertisers, and though MacFarlane was not present, he explained his take on the animated comedy in a pre-taped clip:
Natalie Tenerelli, Rob Mariano, Phillip Sheppard
Survivor fans know never to say never, but after returning for a fourth time and finally clinching the $1 million prize, "Boston Rob" Mariano seems finally ready to hang up his baseball cap and leave the game for good.
"The main goal was to win the show and I did that," Mariano told reporters on a conference call Monday. "I'm happy to leave with the way I played and to go out at this point."
Throughout this season of Survivor: Redemption Island, Mariano's game play was equally praised and criticized for what many called his...
Jerry Lewis, The Labor Day Telethon
Will Labor Day ever be the same? A television fixture at the end of summer since 1966, Jerry Lewis is relinquishing his role as host of the annual muscular dystrophy telethon.
The 85-year-old Lewis announced Monday that this year's show will be his last, promising that he'll still perform his signature song, "You'll Never Walk Alone." He'll continue to serve as the Muscular Dystrophy Association's national chairman as he has the early 1950s. "I'll never desert MDA and my kids," he said.
One Tree Hill's Chase might've been introduced as a celibate "clean teen" in Season 4, but these days he's finding himself in a love triangle. "I like to blame it on the girls," Stephen Colletti jokes to TVGuide.com. "They came after him."
While his character has been getting close again with Alex, played by Jana Kramer, Colletti hopes he gets back together with ex-girlfriend Mia, played by musician Kate Voegele.