Oscar-nominated actress Jill Clayburgh, who recently appeared in ABC's Dirty Sexy Money, died Friday, The New York Times reports. She was 66.
Clayburgh passed away at her home in Lakeville, Conn. after a 21-year battle with chronic leukemia, her husband told the newspaper.
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Clayburgh got her start in theater, appearing in shows including the original Broadway run of Pippin, before moving to the big screen. She is best known for her starring roles in...
For the first time ever, the Britannia Awards will be broadcast in the United States, on TV Guide Network, and BAFTA Los Angeles Chairman Nigel Lythgoe says viewers are in for a night of off-the-cuff comedy.
Hosted by British comedian Stephen Fry, the ceremony honors those who have made an outstanding contribution to the entertainment industry in the U.S. and Great Britain. Because the honorees already know they're getting an award, the atmosphere is much more relaxed, Lythgoe says.
The So You Think You Can Dance and American Idol executive producer says it's so comfortable, Betty White even made a pass at him at this year's event.
TVGuide.com: This is the first time the Britannia Awards have aired in the United States. As chairman, are you proud to be able to share this with America?
Nigel Lythgoe: Absolutely. It's been wonderful for a couple of years and very frustrating that it hasn't been on in America. Last year, Ben Stiller's speech was one of the funniest things I've ever seen. The rest of the world got to see it and we didn't here in America. It seemed crazy, so I'm delighted that...
The death of former Bachelorette contestant Julien Hug was the result of suicide, his family tells People.
"In his letter to us, he stated that he was suffering from acute depression and he...
After months of being subjected to Katy Perry screeching "let's go all the way tonight" in her overplayed single "Teenage Dream," it was a little disappointing to hear Glee would be taking on the song as well. (Too soon!) But if anyone can make this overplayed tune slightly less annoying, it's Ryan Murphy and company.
Instead of seeing Perry writhe around in her skintight jeans, Glee's version is sung in harmony by...
Will Arnet, Jeffrey Tambor, Peter Serafinowicz
If there's one man who should play Will Arnett's TV dad on Running Wilde, it's the man who portrayed him before.
Jeffrey Tambor, who played the Bluth patriarch on Arrested Development, will reunite with his on-screen son in an upcoming episode of the Fox series, TVGuide.com has confirmed. The 66-year-old actor will play...
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Well, we had another very good week. Our team dance went great and I'm so proud of Brandy for the foxtrot. Gilles was funny because he came up to us afterward and apologized for giving us a 9. I told him, "Friendship aside, you were being the judge."
I mean, I've got to admit, I felt like the whole time the celebrity judges weren't particularly looking for anything. I think having the celebrity judges was an exciting gimmick. They were more or less there to say something nice, give a 10 and move on. I felt like Gilles wanted to give a 10. I don't think there's anything wrong with them handing out "free" scores to inflate our scores.
Len's 10 was the highlight for Brandy this season. She was like, "Oh my God!" I'm not ...
MSNBC anchor Keith Olbermann was suspended by network president Phil Griffin following a report that the Countdown host made multiple campaign contributions before Tuesday's election.
"I became aware of Keith's political contributions late last night," Griffin said in a statement Friday. "Mindful of NBC News policy and standards, I have ...
The Late Show with David Letterman
While in town to run this weekend's New York City marathon, Chilean miner Edison Peña stopped by The Late Show with David Letterman, and he and his translator put on quite a performance.
During the animated interview, Letterman mentioned Peña's love for Elvis. Peña then began singing "Suspicious Minds," and when Paul Schaffer and the band joined in, Peña and his translator began dancing along. The King would be proud.
Watch the video after the jump.
A new Michael Jackson album is slated for release on Dec. 14, Sony has announced.
Michael, to be released by Epic Records and Jackson's estate, is billed as "newly completed recordings" that were in progress before the famed pop star died in June 2009.
The first single, "Breaking News," was recorded in 2007 by Jackson. It will be streamed ...