After becoming a YouTube sensation earlier this year and with her debut album burning up the charts, Susan Boyle says her success has been "humbling."
"I feel as if I don't want my dream to end...
Larry David, Alyson Hannigan
Wait, what? Thanksgiving is supposed to be all about football and Twilight Zone marathons. But this week we're lucky enough to fill our Coolest Moments (aka Top Moments) with a strong slate of scripted scenes — and one off-the-cuff disclosure that could have stayed, you know, on the cuff. Also: Animals got some payback for all their buddies who got eaten this week. (You go, Miss Piggy.) Welcome to Coolest Moments, Thanksgiving edition.
CBS' The Early Show is standing by its decision to blur the image of Adam Lambert kissing his male keyboard player during the American Idol runner-up's American Music Awards performance.
Check out photos of Lambert
The Early Show, which added Lambert to its Wednesday lineup of guests after ABC's Good Morning America canceled his scheduled appearance on its show, came under fire for intentionally blurring the image when discussing the controversy that the performance and the kiss created...
Barack Obama, Oprah
The first family is having a holiday guest over to the White House: Oprah Winfrey.
Christmas at the White House: An Oprah Primetime Special, will air Sunday...
Adam West, star of a new Fox network promotional campaign called "What's Adam West Watching," couldn't be more comfortable with comedy. This is the man, after all, who played one of the darkest crime fighters for campy laughs. "They have the Dark Knight, OK? I'm the bright knight, if you will," says the star of the '60s series Batman.
The 81-year-old actor's cool deadpan still serves him well in duties ranging from mayor of Quahog on Family Guy to the new promos, in which he tells viewers which Fox shows he loves, with much comedy along the way. TVGuide.com recently caught up with West...
As fearless bureaucrat Leslie Knope on Parks and Recreation, Amy Poehler usually has her hands full with her day job. Behind-the-scenes, Poehler is much more of a multi-tasker. Besides starring in the NBC comedy, the Emmy nominee returned to her old SNL Weekend Update stomping grounds this fall, and she is also raising her first child, 13-month-old Archie, with hubby Will Arnett. How does she do it? To find out, TVGuide.com turned to Poehler, who also discusses her blossoming series, her relationship with fellow NBC star Tina Fey and whether she'll appear on her best friend's show...
For Big Bird, 40 is the new 6. Everyone's favorite 8-foot yellow lark and all his friends celebrated Sesame Street's 40th anniversary earlier this month. While the big Four-Oh means middle age in human years, it's forever young on the groundbreaking, self-renewing children's program. "Forty feels great! I feel pretty good because I'm 6 years old now in bird years," Big Bird tells TVGuide.com. "I was a wee child when it started. I think my first memory is Sesame Street." The same could be said for countless fans of the series that has netted a record 122 Emmys and has become one of TV's most enduring shows. See what Big Bird thinks has made Sesame Street so successful, what his Thanksgiving plans are and more!