New footage has emerged of Michael Jackson's harrowing Pepsi commercial accident in 1984 that set the late singer's hair on fire, causing severe burns to his face and scalp — and is said to be the start of his reported painkiller addiction, according to Us Weekly.
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Jackson was filming the commercial with his brothers at L.A.'s Shrine Auditorium on Jan. 27, 1984. The video, obtained by Us, shows that pyrotechnics were set off too early at the start of the sixth take, setting Jackson's hair on fire.
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Leverage returns Wednesday (TNT, 9 pm/ET) with a second season of Timothy Hutton's team of thieves turning the tables on the high-powered scam artists of the world. Last season ended with the team split up over a heist that went askew because of one team member's overzealousness. But Hutton promises this season will include a reunion and his character, Nate, getting his vices under control — kind of.
Death became Harper's Island Saturday when the limited series wrapped up with two big (but maybe not-so-surprising) reveals: The second killer and John Wakefield's child both turned out to be the groom, Henry (Christopher Gorham). If the murderous rampage wasn't enough, Henry also shared that he did it all for the love of his life: his half-sister Abby (Elaine Cassidy). Creepy? Yes, but Gorham, who didn't find out he was the killer until after filming seven episodes, "loved it," he tells TVGuide.com. "I immediately bought a scary-looking knife that I kept in my pocket that no one knew I had. I was armed from the next day." See what else the actor and Cassidy had to say about "broken" Henry, whether or not he committed incest and more.
Debbie Rowe, the mother of Michael Jackson's two older children, isn't seeking a payout from the Jackson family, her attorney says.
In a letter to the New York Post, Rowe's attorney Eric George refuted an article in Tuesday's paper that quoted an anonymous source who said that Katherine Jackson paid Rowe $4 million to...
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It's been a long eight months since we last glimpsed the goings-on inside Mad Men's Sterling Cooper, but Bryan Batt promises that rabid "Maddicts" will be rewarded for their patience.
"I haven't seen [the finished product] yet, but just based on the script, it's really an exciting first episode," Batt tells TVGuide.com. "It doesn't lull you back into the period. Really, a lot happens, and I just can't wait to see what people think because it's one of the best. It's interesting, it's smart... It's just more great Mad Men coming your way."
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Batt says his character, closeted art director Salvatore Romano, is pretty much in the same place he was last season. Of course, those 13 episodes were a roller coaster for Sal, who...
Christian Audigier, Jon Gosselin and Hailey Glassman
Christian Audigier's rep says Jon Gosselin told her he was bringing his stylist to visit the Ed Hardy designer in St. Tropez, but instead showed up with Hailey Glassman, the 23-year-old daughter of Kate Gosselin's tummy-tuck surgeon.
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American Idol champ Kris Allen canceled his Wednesday night appearance on The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien because of his maternal grandmother's death.
Taking Allen's place on the late-night talker will be Idol pal Allison Iraheta, performing "Barracuda."
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When Lost's Jack says goodbye to the island in the ABC drama's series finale, star Matthew Fox will say goodbye to TV.
Fox, who has previously described the ending of Lost as a "relief," told Starpulse that he has no plans to work on the small screen again.
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"I am not going to do television again," Fox said. "That is not because I think film is better than television. Not at all, in some respects some of the best story telling is happening on television. I have done two TV shows — Lost and Party of Five — that have each run for six years. When you add it all up it is in the vicinity of 300 hours of television. I want to find a way to have more control over when I am working and when I'm not. I'm looking for more flexibility."
Fox said that flexibility will...