According to this panel on a recent Hannity on Fox News Channel, Sesame Street tacks hard to the left. ...
American Idol winner Scotty McCreery isn't known for just his singing: the 17-year-old says he has a specific method for how to hold the microphone.
"You relax the wrists [with] one finger holding it," he tells TVGuide.com. "Add an eyebrow [and you're] Scottified."
Why bring a book to the beach when you can bring a fish to put into a great white shark's mouth, satisfying your craving for adrenalin and his craving for the next five seconds? You won't be able to resist petting his adorably texturized skin (as soothing as sandpaper) or staring into his black bead of an eye. Aw, what a nice puppy. Oops, sorry: great white shark. It's so easy to confuse domesticated species...
Lauren Alaina, runner-up to Scotty McCreery on American Idol, says she's better than him at one thing. "I'm really athletic. I can throw a football farther than Scotty can," she tells TVGuide.com.
American Idol's Haley Reinhart: "I was at peace" with elimination
On Tuesday, America's Got Talent returned to NBC for its sixth season. Among the offerings in this gentlest of freak shows was a guy whose shtick was that he was way too old and way too white to be singing Taio Cruz's "Dynamite." But mostly, he was way too uncoordinated: He fell off the stage in what seemed like a planned bit that nonetheless had the judges clutching their pearls and banging on their buzzers...
American Idol's Haley Reinhart may have looked upset about her third-place finish, but the 20-year-old singer says she was OK with her dismissal.
"I've never really been upset," she tells TVGuide.com. "There's always going to be a state of shock when you get to that point [but] all in all, I was at peace with it."
Will Ferrell could only add to the insanity of Zach Galifianakis' Funny or Die web "interview" series Between Two Ferns, and indeed the resulting collaboration borders on surreal...
Why did Buffy the Vampire Slayer star Sarah Michelle Gellar choose to return to TV with Ringer? To honor her fans.
"I have the most incredible fan base and I also had the most incredible show," she told TVGuide.com at the CW's recent upfront in New York. "You don't repeat history, but you also want to honor that and my fans are smart and like evocative television and with this all the pieces fell into place."
There are many trends to exploit from the past season of American Idol: Randy Jackson's constant refrain, "In it to win it!"; Jennifer Lopez's vague compliments that could be applied to any contestant, regardless of who they are or what they did (never forget: "Do you watch rap?")...
What happens when the Good Luck Charlie clan takes a trip to Chicago? You get a Disney crossover with the girls of Shake It Up.
When Good Luck Charlie's Teddy (Bridgit Mendler) and Amy (Leigh-Allyn Baker) set out to visit their aunt in Chicago, they accidentally end up on the set of "Shake It Up Chicago" where they're mistaken for a famous hip-hop duo.
VIDEO: Shake It Up stars share how show emulates their real life
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