VH1 eschewed the prototypical "cast announcement" blast for something a bit more unconventional Thursday — the network turned it into a live-streamed experience, unveiling next season's Basketball Wives stars, and even encouraged audiences to participate in the process.
The people have spoken, and they are all saying one thing: TLC's Virgin Diaries is going to be better than your first time.
After 28 years and more than 16,000 hours, Regis Philbin officially bid farewell to Live! Friday morning — and as a result, it's snagged the No. 1 spot in our Social Power Rankings.
The X Factor's Simon Cowell is certainly making an entrance into the Twitterverse. In barely 24 hours...
Questlove, drummer of the house band on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, warned Occupy Wall Street protesters of the impending police eviction via Twitter.
Ashton Kutcher is going to be much more careful with Twitter.
Last night marked the season finale of TLC's 19 Kids And Counting, but that's not why the show has spontaneously catapulted to No. 1 in our Social Power Rankings. The Duggar family is pregnant again... for the 20th time!
Everyone was buzzing about Bones this week, sending it to the top spot of TVGuide.com's Social Power Rankings following Thursday's Season 7 premiere.What specifically got you talking?
It had to happen sooner or later.After 17-year-old pop singer Justin Bieber was slapped with a paternity lawsuit by a California woman claiming he fathered her baby, it was only a matter of time before someone spoofed the whole situation.
Christina Milian will serve as the new social media correspondent of The Voice when the singing competition returns next year, NBC announced Wednesday.
The Grammy-nominated singer-actress, 30, replaces G4's Alison Haislip.
NBC boss: The Voice returns post-Super Bowl
"Christina's extensive musical background and widespread recognition make her the perfect choice for the role of Social Media Correspondent on...
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