Claire and Brook
Home-shopping hosts Brook Roberts, 27, and Claire Champlin, 30, may have missed out on becoming The Amazing Race's first all-female champs — but don't think they're disappointed. "We're proud we helped make history. We're so happy for [Nat and Kat] because from Day One, we talked to them and said, 'We're going to be on that podium, so let's help each other out,'" Claire tells TVGuide.com. "To be standing next to them in second place was a huge accomplishment for us." So how close were they to first? Find out below — and if Claire has eaten watermelon since her face-smashing Roadblock.
Leonardo DiCaprio, Inception
Weren't able to get to the movies much this year? Well, lucky for you, a talented YouTube user has created a montage featuring 270 films. Watch as blockbusters such as Inception and Harry Potter are melded alongside indie darlings including Winter's Bone and The Kids Are All Right. Sprinkle in some killer music selections, and you have yourself a superb mash-up.
Watch it after the jump.
The Fighter stars Mark Wahlberg and Christian Bale grace the cover of this week's Sports Illustrated.
Wahlberg, 39, appears in his boxing shorts and gloves to promote the film in which he plays Lowell, Mass., boxer Mickey Ward. Bale, who poses with him in the photo, plays Ward's older half-brother and trainer Dickie Eklund in the movie.
What's the one thing Kim Kardashian can't live without during the holidays? Her mom's lemon cake.
"I'm going to cheat that day," Kardashian told TVGuide.com at Z100's Jingle Ball in New York. "Once a year we go to my dad's side of the family and we make this whole Armenian breakfast."
Jane Lynch, Steve Buscemi
Glee continues to hit notes at awards season, nabbing a leading five Golden Globe nominations Tuesday, as cable also made its mark on the short list.
The Fox hit will vie for its second comedy/musical trophy against The Big Bang Theory, The Big C, 30 Rock, Modern Family and Nurse Jackie.
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Glee stars Matthew Morrison, Lea Michele, Jane Lynch, Chris Colfer all nabbed acting nominations, Lynch and Colfer in the supporting races. Morrison is up against ...
Hugh Jackman suffered an eye injury while attempting a dramatic entrance to the Oprah Winfrey Show in Australia.
The 42-year-old actor came in on a zipline from the Sydney Opera House to Oprah's stage, but hit a lighting rig when he didn't stop on time.
The Event has nabbed Virginia Madsen for a recurring role, Deadline.com reports.
The 49-year-old actress will play Catherine Lewis, the widow of a U.S. senator from Alaska. A Harvard grad, Lewis has taken over her husband's post and is determined to carry out her husband's legacy at any cost.