Gilles Marini may have come in second place on Dancing with the Stars, but that didn't make him any less nervous to step back into his dancing shoes for an upcoming appearance on Royal Pains. "It was like, 'Oh God, now they are going to think I can do that. Hopefully, the choreography comes into...
Anna Nicole Smith
Anna Nicole, an opera about the late blonde bombshell Anna Nicole Smith, will make a controversial debut in London on Thursday.
Described as "a celebrity story of our times that includes extreme language, drug abuse and sexual content," the opera will run for six sold-out shows beginning Feb. 17 at the prestigious Royal Opera House, according to the venue's official site. Mark-Anthony Turnage, the man behind 2003's Jerry Springer: The Opera, also composed Anna Nicole.
CBS News' Chief Foreign Affairs correspondent Lara Logan is recovering in a U.S. hospital following a sexual attack and beating while covering the unrest in Egypt.
TV journalists increasingly targeted in Egypt
On Friday, Logan and her team were in Tahrir Square when former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak stepped down.
In a statement, the network said: "In the crush of the mob, [Logan] was...
Bachelor fans, rejoice: Michelle has finally been sent home.
After viewers watched the 30-year-old hair stylist act possessive over Brad week after week, he finally realized that she was too volatile for a relationship. Host Chris Harrison tells TVGuide.com that Michelle's stormy exit affirmed Brad's decision.
Harrison gives us the scoop on what we didn't see after the elimination and why he felt bad for the girls who had to pose for the Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition. Plus: He previews hometown dates.
Alex Trebek with contestants Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter and a computer named Watson
Jeopardy! all-time winner Brad Rutter and the supercomputer dubbed "Watson" are neck-and-neck after their challenge began Monday.
Rutter and former contestant Ken Jennings — who holds the game show's longest winning streak— are facing off against the IBM machine that has been in development for two years. Named for IBM founder Thomas J. Watson, the machine is powered by 10 racks of computer servers running the Linux operating system.