Did Simon Cowell speak too soon? Though the acid-tongue Brit says all four American Idol judges will "absolutely" return next season, Paula Abdul remains uncertain.
"I don't know [if I'll come back]," Abdul tells WAPE radio. "I love my job. I've been invited for ...
Christine Marinoni and Cynthia Nixon
Sex and the City star Cynthia Nixon plans to marry her girlfriend — in the city.
Nixon announced her engagement to girlfriend Christine Marinoni in New York City at a weekend rally for same-sex marriage, Access Hollywood reports.
The actress told the crowd, which included Sex co-star Kristin Davis, David Hyde Pierce, Audra McDonald and Ana Ortiz, that the couple ...
Carlos Bernard, 24
This Monday from 8 to 10 pm/ET, Fox's 24 wraps up its latest wild day with Jack compelled to set free his fallen friend, Tony, lest daughter Kim get killed. In this TVGuide.com Q&A, Carlos Bernard previews the surprise-filled season-ender, takes some issue with Tony's "bad guy" status, and also shares his take on Kiefer Sutherland's recent scrape with the law, saying the whole situation "smells bad."
TVGuide.com: At the start of the season, did they map out for you the whole "Tony's bad/No, he's good/No, really, he's bad" arc? So you could prepare as an actor?
Carlos Bernard: Going into the season, we knew we wanted to make him "the antagonist" — I can't really get on board with the "bad guy" thing — and one of the things explained in the finale tonight is ...
Melissa Rycroft, Gilles Marini, Shawn Johnson
Sixty-eight percent of TVGuide.com voters believe that Shawn Johnson will take the Season 8 Dancing with the Stars crown. But to hear the Dancing cast tell it, it's really anybody's game at this point.
"I think this season it's more of a toss-up than any other one," pro Chelsie Hightower, who was eliminated in fourth place with partner Ty Murray, tells TVGuide.com. "I honestly don't know who will win. Shawn and Melissa [Rycroft] have really big fan bases and for whatever they lack, I'm sure Gilles [Marini] gets a lot of women's votes."
The final three will face off on Monday with three dances — literally, in one case. In a Dancing first, the pairs will dance back-to-back-to-back in a Paso Doble Punch-Out featuring the same song. "It will really show everybody's uniqueness and their strengths because it'll use the same music," Johnson tells TVGuide.com.
So what are their strengths? Let's size them up.
After America's Next Top Model crowned Teyona Anderson as its 12th cycle winner on Wednesday, TVGuide.com caught up with the New Jersey native to get the scoop on what it was like getting greased up to writhe around on the final runway — and to lose her fake hair in the middle of it! Plus: Find out what the 20-year-old had to say about the Celia catfight and what's next for her.
TVGuide.com: Congratulations! What was going through your head during that final runway walk-off?
Teyona Anderson: The only thing I was thinking going down the catwalk was, "Teyona, don't fall!" Other than that, I kept thinking, "Teyona, it's in your hand right now, but it's so easy to lose, so focus and do your hardest and try your best."
TVGuide.com: How about the final leg of runway where you guys got greased up and started writhing around on the catwalk?
Teyona: I was thinking ...
Twenty years after scoring her second No. 1 single with "Forever Your Girl," Paula Abdul has found herself back on the Billboard chart with "I'm Just Here for the Music." The dance track entered at No. 87 this week.
The debut marks the ...
Can Ellen DeGeneres pull off a five-peat?
The dance-happy comedienne picked up a Daytime Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Talk Show Host, a category she has owned since 2005.
DeGeneres will face off against ...
Survivor, Benjamin "Coach" Wade
Survivor's Benjamin "Coach" Wade doesn't sound crazy on the phone. Yes, fellow Survivors have said he isn't "grounded in reality" and accused him of being "off the reservation," and even Survivor host Jeff Probst has questioned his claims that he's survived a shark attack, a hurricane, and being abducted by Amazonian tribesmen who, Wade says, considered eating him. (Allegations of cannibalism aren't unheard of in the region.) Wade, a soccer coach, composer, and the show's self-proclaimed "Dragon Slayer," was voted off after the once-united J.T. and Stephen split their votes, setting up an anything-can-happen showdown between J.T., Stephen, Taj and Erinn. Check back with us Monday for a recap of Sunday's finale and an interview with the winner.
An "amazed" Brooke Shields says she has trouble understanding all the attention surrounding claims that Kiefer Sutherland head-butted a fashion designer.
"I'm always amazed when events, in any kind, become the most important news event when there are so many other things, really, to talk about," Shields tells Entertainment Tonight. "The fact that ...
Josh Holloway, Justin Timberlake
There are so many ways to resolve a rivalry without using your fists. Why not a sing-off? Or a competition to see who looks better slathered in goo? Or who can lose the most weight? Or... wow. Maybe Jack and Sawyer have the right idea, settling things the old-fashioned way. In this week's finale-filled Top Moments, we look at some folks who find creative ways to settle their differences. And two guys who aren't fighters, but lovers. Of each other's moms.