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Kara DioGuardi: Stop Asking Me About American Idol (It Will All Be in My Book!)

Kara DioGuardi

If you didn't know, Kara DioGuardi's writing a memoir — A Helluva High Note: Surviving Life, Love, and American Idol — where she'll wax on about her time on TV's No. 1 show. It's out on April 26.

Until then, please, no questions about Idol.

Kara DioGuardi to pen memoir about American Idol

Facing reporters Thursday to promote her upcoming Bravo series Platinum Hit, a competition aimed at finding the next great songwriter, DioGuardi refused to talk Idol.  Asked for her opinion on Idol's decision to let contestants sing original music, she said... read more

Mark Harmon Voted America's Favorite TV Personality

Mark Harmon

Mark Harmon is America's favorite TV star, according to a recent Harris Poll.

Ratings: NCIS sets series high; Conan wins among young demo

Years after he played on St. Elsewhere and Chicago Hope, the 59-year-old NCIS star jumped seven spots from last year to beat out ... read more

Bravo Renews Top Chef, Bethenny and Five More

Bethenny Frankel, Tom Colicchio

Bravo handed out renewals to seven original series Thursday, including Top Chef and The Rachel Zoe Project, The Millionaire Matchmaker.

Bravo Media President Frances Berwick also announced new seasons of Flipping Out, Work of Art: The Next Great Artist and Bethenny Ever After (a continuation of Bethenny Getting Married?) at the Television Critics Association's winter previews. Top Chef Masters has also been renewed for a third season, and the show will replace... read more

Is Off the Map More Than Grey’s Anatomy in the Jungle?

Martin Henderson, Thomas Blake Jr., Jason George

Off the Map may seem familiar, what with its genetically blessed coterie of dark and twisty doctors, but the new ABC series replaces Seattle Grace with, well, a South American jungle. Wednesday's premiere introduced us to the newly arrived staff of La Clinica Cruz del Sur. Let's make snap judgments about them! read more

Dire Straits' "Money for Nothing" Ruled Too Offensive In Canada

Mark Knopfler of Dire Straits

Dire Straits' "Money for Nothing" can no longer be played in Canada in its original form since the Canadian Broadcast Standards Council has deemed the song offensive.

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Eminem, Cee Lo, Lady Gaga to Perform at Grammys

Eminem

Nominees Eminem, Cee Lo Green, Lady Gaga and Katy Perry were among the first performers announced Wednesday for the 53rd annual Grammys.

Eminem leads Grammy nominations with 10

Album of the year nominee ... read more

Russell Hantz and "Boston" Rob Mariano Join Survivor: Redemption Island

Russell Hantz and Rob Mariano

The final two cast members to join Survivor: Redemption Island have been revealed — and they're sure to bring the drama.

Villains Russell Hantz and "Boston" Rob Mariano will return to competition for yet another chance to win the prize.

Meet the cast of Survivor: Redemption Island

"Having never been awarded the title of Sole Survivor, Hantz and Mariano return to compete for ... read more

Shakeup on Law & Order: Los Angeles: Skeet Ulrich Out, Alfred Molina Now Playing a Cop

Skeet Ulrich

Alfred Molina will replace Skeet Ulrich as the lead detective on Law & Order: Los Angeles, executive producer Dick Wolf announced in a statement Wednesday.

Molina, who currently plays Deputy District Attorney Ricardo Morales, will jump from the courtroom to the precinct beginning with episode 15. It will be revealed that Morales was an LAPD detective for 15 years, and when he becomes frustrated with the law, he decides to return to the force as a beat cop.

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Jamie Oliver to Los Angeles Schools: Let Me In!

Jamie Oliver

Are Los Angeles schools ready for Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution? Production has just begun on the second season of his ABC series, but at the moment Oliver is not allowed inside a single one of the city's public schools.

"I'm locked out," Oliver told reporters Wednesday at the opening of his L.A.-based cooking school Jamie's Kitchen. "I need to get into the school system, and I can't."

L.A. Unified School District says no to Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution

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Vampire Diaries' Steven R. McQueen: Jeremy Is Throwing His Heart on the Line

Steven R. McQueen

The Vampire Diaries' Jeremy Gilbert has had it rough. His parents died in a car accident, his first love, Vicki, became a vampire who was staked shortly thereafter, and his second crush, Anna, also a vampire, died just as things were going great for the couple. So when he and his sister's friend Bonnie became close, (most) viewers were thrilled by the possibility of a romance. Star Steven R. McQueen, who plays Jeremy, was among them. "Our characters ended up having such great chemistry ... and it's been a blast to unravel that new path," he says. "At the beginning of Season 2, he starts from square one. When Bonnie is added into the equation, he goes into throwing his heart on the line."

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