Who needs the grimness and drama of Oz? The upcoming Crackle Web series Jailbait offers a more humorous take on life behind bars.
TVGuide.com has your first look at the 10-webisode comedy starring John Lehr (TBS' 10 Items or Less) as Oswald "Ozzie" O'Connor, a guy who accidentally buys drugs in a sting operation and is now facing nine months in prison. It's quite an adjustment for his sunny personality, and he naively observes, "Prison is just an uncomfortable environment and they're very successful at it."
What has contributed to Robert Pattinson's film success? It's got to be the hair.
In an interview with MTV, the Twilight star gamely discusses the evolution of his scene-stealing locks, ranging from the so-called "Wavy Forest" and "The Cullen Pouf" to the "Windswept What the F---" and "Controlled Chaos." He admits that he's partial to the "forest thing" and even recalls walking the red carpet for Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix in 2007.
Jennifer Lopez's new song, "Invading My Mind," has invaded the Internet.
The American Idol judge's new track has leaked online The song, from her upcoming Island Def Jam album "Love?," follows "On the Floor," which features Pitbull. "Invading My Mind" is all about Lopez, though, and is a high energy, super-dance-y track.
Rebecca Black has made peace with the backlash from her song-turned-Web phenomenon "Friday" — but not before she cried.
In an interview with Good Morning America on Friday, the 13-year-old said that she's been cyberbullied. One commenter wrote her with, "I hope you cut yourself and I hope you get an eating disorder so you'll look pretty. I hope you cut and die."
Ken Jeong, Yvette Nicole Brown, Malcolm-Jamal Warner
Could Senor Chang become Papa Chang?
On Thursday's Community, the study group throws a baby shower for Shirley (Yvette Nicole Brown). Also, Chang (Ken Jeong) has warmed up to the possibility that he could be the father of her baby, but the only problem is that Shirley feels that Andre (Malcolm Jamal Warner) would make the better, saner choice.
Is American Idol's Ashthon Jones really a diva?
Although the recently eliminated singer performed with an attitude that earned that label from the judges, Jones says she was sad that voters may have taken it the wrong way.
"When I get on stage, I'm a different person, and I think America might've twisted it a little bit...I know I ain't all that," she tells TVGuide.com.
Thirteen-year-old Rebecca Black should be enjoying the kind of Web success most independent artists can only dream of. Just days after posting her music video for the song "Friday," the clip had logged more than 7 million hits.
But for the teen, the popularity is turning into a nightmare. Black's "Friday" has drawn scathing reviews from the music industry...