Aaron Tveit and Holley Fain
Remember when Nate was poor and huddling under a tartan sleeping bag trying to keep warm in the basement of his family's seized Upper East Side townhouse on Gossip Girl? Well, don't worry, he isn't poor anymore because... well, something happened, I'm a little unclear actually. Read on to see who will accompany Nate's new gravy train...
Jennifer Hudson, Kanye West
No one remembers who wins at the Grammy Awards — besides the people who win and lose — unless the awards are hilariously wrong, like they often are. (Did you know this year's ceremony marks the 20th anniversary of Jethro Tull beating Metallica in the metal category? When Metallica was at its peak?)
What people do remember are incredible performances, like Prince and Beyonce's in 2004, and Kanye West's last year. Here's a list of some of this year's major performers. (Click here for a full list of nominees, watch the awards at 8 pm/ET Sunday on CBS, and follow us on Twitter.)
Katrina Darrell, aka "Bikini Girl"
Zigging where Season 6's scantily clad Antonella Barba (most unfortunately) zagged, American Idol's freshly booted Katrina "Bikini Girl" Darrell is not hastily writing off the chance to bare all for the pages of a certain men's magazine.
"Of course, Playboy has called," the 20-year-old California girl told Access Hollywood.
But did they ring her at a good time? Read on for her answer!
Alec Baldwin, Joe Jonas
You've gotta love this one-two punch.
The Feb. 14 edition of Saturday Night Live will welcome 30 Rock star Alec Baldwin back to Studio 8H for a 14th time, while serving as musical guest will be those supremely coiffed teen heartthrobs, the Jonas Brothers.
Baldwin last hosted SNL in November 2006, with Christina Aguilera's considerable pipes as back-up. At this time, if it unclear if he will be lugging his Schwetty Balls ...
After a Quickfire challenge that entailed hammering a nail through the head of a still-moving eel and a tricky dish recreation, a side of salty celery is the only thing that stood between cheftestant Jamie Lauren and the next round of Top Chef. Read on to find out what the San Francisco-based executive chef thinks of Toby Young, what inspired her many tattoos and why buying tampons is a hassle these days.
It's been a good week for Timothy Hutton. The Oscar-winning actor's TNT hit Leverage was renewed for a second season and he's now nabbed a Roman Polanski film.
Hutton has joined the cast of The Ghost, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Based on a novel by Robert Harris, the thriller stars ...
Jason Mesnick. Katie Couric and Jensen Ackles
Ever wonder how to say sorry? Salvage a wet cell phone? Tell someone you're pregnant? The world of TV was full of good suggestions this week, and we've got them all in our Top Moments.
Jennifer Aniston, Jason Bateman
Jason Bateman is going to father Jennifer Aniston's child — onscreen. The actors have signed on to star in the baby-making romantic comedy The Baster, The Hollywood Reporter reports.
Aniston will star as Kassie, a woman who decides to undergo artificial insemination. When her BFF Wally (Bateman) learns of this, he ...
The defender of Gotham City may soon be the governor of New Mexico.
One-time Batman Val Kilmer is considering running for governor of the southwestern state in 2010, to succeed Gov. Bill Richardson. "I'm just looking for ...