China's Got Talent
First Susan Boyle shocked viewers with her unexpected singing chops on Britain's Got Talent, and now a Beijing woman is creating a viral sensation with dance moves inspired by the King of Pop.
Bai Shuying, 65, wowed the judges and audience alike with her dance tribute to Michael Jackson during the first round of auditions for China's Got Talent earlier this month.
American Idol, Jacob Lusk
Emoting can be a 24/7 job, especially for a soul singer such as American Idol's recently eliminated contestant Jacob Lusk.
"I don't know when to turn it off and on ... I wear my emotions on my sleeve," he tells TVGuide.com. Despite that, he was able to hold it together for our interview, in which he told us that he embraces comparisons to gay icon Sylvester, as well as the "diva" label — to a point...
Christie Carr, Irwin
A Broken Arrow, Okla., woman combats depression with the help of a kangaroo — who's been certified as a therapy pet. After attempting suicide, Christine Carr she came across the partially paralyzed Irwin at the local animal sanctuary, where she volunteers. Irwin suffered from neck and brain damage as a result of running into a fence, and Carr brought him home with her to rehabilitate him. This wasn't legal at first, but now it is thanks to a City Council ordinance.
The real point of the story, though, is: awwww...
Paul Wesley, Nina Dobrev, Ian Somerhalder
Who's the biggest jokester on The Vampire Diaries set and which cast member is mostly likely to be caught at the craft service table? TVGuide.com caught up with star Nina Dobrev who joined us for a little game of Vampire Diaries superlatives.
While Dobrev was torn between Ian Somerhalder and Matt Davis as the cast clown, she had no hesitation in admitting she can usually be found between takes prowling the snacks table. (Those must be some healthy snacks in order to get this magazine cover.)
Hell on Wheels
AMC has already explored the world of 1960s Madison Avenue, and imagined another overrun by blood-thirsty zombies. Next up? A look at the immediate aftermath of the Civil War, set against the building of the first transcontinental railroad.
AMC revs up Hell on Wheels
Its upcoming drama, Hell on Wheels, focuses on a Confederate soldier whose...
American Idol, Casey Abrams
Why does American Idol's Casey Abrams think that so many people relate to him? Because he's a slacker
"A lot of people would come up to me and say, 'You remind me of my slacker son that dropped out of college.' That's exactly what I am — I like sleeping on couches, watching TV, eating cereal in the daytime," he tells TVGuide.com. "[I'm a] regular dude doing what he wants to do and I hope that inspired people to do this show and try other things.
Patrick Dempsey and Ellen Pompeo
With all the rumblings about Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) and Derek (Patrick Dempsey) apparently getting married on Grey's Anatomy so they can adopt a baby, it comes as almost no surprise that a clip from this week's episode points to just that.
In last Thursday's episode, Alex (Justin Chambers) invited underprivileged children from Africa in need of surgery to Seattle Grace as part of his bid for Chief Resident. When we return for this week's episode titled "White Wedding" (9/8c on ABC), there is now a slew of kids in the hospital who not only need procedures, but a better life — which is why Derek...