Strange Days with Bob Saget
Can you picture Bob Saget hanging out with Lucha Libre wrestlers? How about pledging at a Cornell University frat? Or "squatching" with a group of Big Foot hunters?
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In his A&E series Strange Days (Tuesdays at 10/9c), the former Full House star explores some of the country's most interesting (and bizarre) subcultures by immersing himself in them. See what Saget had to say about his experiences — including riding around the Vegas Strip in a red Caddy with Jeff Ross ...
Wendy Williams Show
Don't know what to talk about with the extended family this holiday season? Why not gossip?
"I certainly think some of those hot topics that we talk about [on my show] are great conversation starters," daytime talk show host Wendy Williams tells TVGuide.com. "Talk about Eva and Tony." (Right, because you know Grandma will be all over that!)
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And what does the queen of celebrity happenings think of their pending divorce?
"Infidelity was to be expected. I was hoping she would have ...
Robert De Niro
During his hosting gig on Saturday Night Live, two-time Oscar winner Robert De Niro got laughs by dressing in drag and grinding with Diddy. In the sketch, De Niro plays the mother of up-and-coming "rapper" known as ...
Darren Criss and Chris Colfer
Since Finn Hudson first belted out the opening lines of Journey's "Don't Stop Believing" in the pilot, Glee has reinvented countless tunes from musical eras past. From Neil Diamond's "Sweet Caroline" to Broadway tunes of yesteryear like Cabaret's "Maybe This Time," New Directions has a knack for making the old new again.
So of course we were excited to hear that the series would be tackling an array of Christmas classics -- judging by this clip, Glee does not disappoint. In this video from Tuesday's episode, Kurt (Chris Colfer) duets with his new classmate Blaine (Darren Criss) on the 1944 staple "Baby, It's Cold Outside." Colfer handles those high notes with ease and the on-screen...
Ever wonder what goes on in the Hasselhoff household?
In A&E's new reality series, The Hasselhoffs, viewers get to see "The Hoff" as "The Dad" — to daughters Hayley, 18, and Taylor Ann, 20. And since acorns don't fall far from the tree, David Hasselhoff's kids want to make it big in the entertainment biz.
Of course, drama ensues.
With a show promo that features a "baby Hoff" running on the beach — chest hair and all — a la Baywatch, it's apparent that Hasselhoff is still willing to poke fun of himself, be it his career or his personal struggles ...
Kourtney, Khloe and Kim Kardashian
What kind of careers would the Kardashians be pursuing if they weren't famous?
New mother Kourtney would open up a kids clothing store, while newlywed Khloe wants to try out culinary school.
Matisyahu has a holiday gift to offer: a new Hanukkah pop anthem.
"There are so many Christmas songs out there," Matisyahu says. "I wanted to give the Jewish kids something to be proud of. We've got Adam Sandler's song, which is hilarious, but I wanted to try to get across some of the depth and spirituality inherent in the holiday in a fun, celebratory song."
The video, titled "Miracle," takes Matisyahu into a dream world — on ice. Watch it after the jump.
So Susan Boyle isn't perfect.
The Scottish singer, who rose to worldwide fame on YouTube after her Britain's Got Talent audition stunned the judges, cut her performance of "O Holy Night" short on The View Tuesday. As she approaches the song's chorus, Boyle's voice audibly cracks and she grimaces.
Top Chef All-Stars
The new All-Stars edition of Top Chef recruited the crème de la crème of cheftestants. So, it's no surprise that the producers had to up the level of difficulty a bit.
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But according to the contestants, their Quickfire and Elimination Challenges are Herculean. "[It's like] 'Can you cook a three course meal while running a marathon?,'" Season 5's Carla Hall says of the experience.
In addition to the ambitious tasks the cheftestants face, Season 1 alum Tiffani Faison says the new season will take the chefs all over New York City. "They busted their asses to get us out of the kitchen and get us into incredible venues and incredible environments," she says.
Top Chef All-Stars give their holiday cooking tips
Watch our full video interview with Carla, Tiffani, Dale, Angelo and other All-Stars after the jump.