Lady Gaga loves making an entrance, but her red carpet arrival at the Grammys was distinguished by what wasn't seen — namely, Gaga herself. Instead, the mercurial singer was carried inside a semi-translucent egg down the carpet by a coterie of blank-eyed attendants. Inside, she appeared to be breathing using an oxygen mask.
Lady Antebellum topped Sunday's Grammy Awards, taking home five trophies, including record of the year for their crossover hit "Need You Now."
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The tune also won song of the year (a songwriter's award), country duo/group vocal, and country song. The group's album, Need You Now, was named best country album, but it lost album of the year to ...
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TV Guide Network's red carpet coverage begins Sunday at 6 ET/3 PT with Grammy Awards Red Carpet with Chris Harrison. And be sure to tune in to Red Carpet Fashion Wrap hosted by Lawrence Zarian on Monday at 8/7c.
Russell Brand, the British comedian otherwise known as Mr. Katy Perry, hosted Saturday Night Live for the first time and played up his foreigner status.
Brand started out the evening asking the audience to trust him, since he averred he's much more famous in his native England than he is in America. He also explained his signature tight clothing to the audience saying, "In England, tight pants means you're famous. In America, tight pants means additional screening at...
Spartacus: Gods of the Arena
Spartacus: Gods of the Arena more than made up for its relatively tame episode the previous week with Friday's bacchanalian excesses. When Titus is away (buying slaves), the House of Batiatus will play (with slaves).
Ludus business went well enough: Syrians Ashur and Dagan finally earned their place through combat (although Ashur didn't deserve the victory), Gnaeus took up the net and trident (to fight, not fish) and Crixus made peace with Barca. To impress yet another wealthy, connected Roman who heard of the notorious Batiatus parties, the Unholy Three conspired to get Titus out of the way visiting Neapolis. At the Batiatus orgy, male and female slaves were equally used and abused, Tullius party-crashed and wounded Gannicus in an unfair fight, Gannicus and Melitta acknowledged they had feelings for each other, Titus gave Batiatus an ultimatum to get rid of Lucretia and Tullius ended poor Gaia's search for a husband by killing her during their tryst. This show is really getting good ... we mean good in a horrifying kind of way.
After much speculation, the truth was revealed in Friday night's episode of Fringe: The other Olivia (Anna Torv) is pregnant with Peter's baby.
As if the two universes couldn't be more complicated, the producers of the Fox series tell TVGuide.com exclusively that there will be much larger things to come. Will Walternate (John Noble) use Bolivia's baby to lure Peter (Joshua Jackson) back to the alternate universe? The sinister answer may surprise you.
Fringe: Is Alt-Olivia pregnant?
TVGuide.com: Why make Bolivia pregnant? Was this your way of humanizing the other universe?
J.H. Wyman: Yes. It's...