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Country singer Faith Hill will be making her first public appearance since September (she and hubby Tim McGraw recently had a new baby) when she performs at the Academy Awards on March 24. Hill will be singing her version of the Oscar-nominated Diane Warren song "There You'll Be" from the film Pearl Harbor. read more


Monday Night Football suddenly got a lot more decipherable: ABC has dumped wiseacre Dennis Miller. Fellow announcer Dan Fouts also has been let go, although ABC may keep him on to host college football. Taking their place in the booth alongside Al Michaels is John Madden, who asked Fox to release him from his $8 million contract one year early. "I've always had it in the back of my mind that someday I would like to do MNF," said Madden. "If you are a broadcaster, it's something that you would always think of doing." read more


Former Twin Peaks star Sherilyn Fenn will be heating things up on this season's last three episodes of Dawson's Creek. Starting April 24, the actress will be cooking up trouble as she stars as aspiring chef Pacey's (Joshua Jackson) seductive boss. read more


"Sarah Jessica, I would like you to meet Mr. James Broderick." — Sex and the City siren Sarah Jessica Parker telling Inside the Actor's Studio host James Lipton what she would like to hear God say when she arrives at the Pearly Gates. Parker — whose episode of Studio airs Sunday at 8 pm/ET on Bravo — is of course referring to hubby Matthew Broderick's late father, who starred on the classic '70s series Family. &#151Angel Cohn and Michael Ausiello read more


R&B superstar Alicia Keys was the big winner at the 44th annual Grammy Awards, picking up five trophies including Song of the Year ("Fallin'") and Best New Artist. The O Brother, Where Art Thou? soundtrack — which also won in five categories — was named Album of the Year. Frontrunner U2 scored four trophies, including Record of the Year ("Walk On"). For a list of the major winners, click here. Meanwhile, CBS's telecast of the Grammy Awards averaged 19 million viewers, off roughly 20 percent from last year's show. read more


Ralph Fiennes is signing on to star with singer/actress Jennifer Lopez in the new romantic comedy The Chambermaid, according to Variety. J.Lo will star as the maid in a hotel where Fiennes, a well-known politician, is staying, in a script penned by Breakfast Club scribe John Hughes. read more


Russell Crowe caused quite a stir over the weekend at the British Academy Film Awards. As previously reported, he yelled at award show producer Malcolm Gerrie for removing part of his acceptance speech. But while others may have attempted to apologize for the Beautiful Mind star's behavior, he has few regrets for his actions, reports Reuters. "I have very little remorse for what I said," he proclaimed. "Though possibly it was a little more passionate in the cold, hard light of day than I would have liked it to [have] been." read more


A.I. star Frances O'Connor has signed on to play the lead in the upcoming adaptation of Michael Crichton's novel Timeline... Brian Dennehy joined the cast of the new CBS pilot Two Families... Star Wars: Episode II &#150 Attack of the Clones will premiere four days early, on May 12, in 11 cities in order to raise funds for children's charities. read more


Simmah-down Saturday Night Live fans, your favorite funny lady is finally returning to TV. We're talkin' about Cheri Oteri! Arguably the most talented SNL grad in recent memory, Oteri will be reunited with former castmate Colin Quinn on the premiere episode of The Colin Quinn Show (airing live March 11 at 9:30 pm/ET on NBC). Oteri will appear in a comedy sketch opposite Quinn. read more

Six Feet Under Queerer Than Folk?

Mere months after the executive producers of Showtime's Queer as Folk told TV Guide Online that they considered the gay characters on Six Feet Under "a bunch of politically-correct closet queens," HBO's dysfunctional-family dramedy is coming out swinging. As the Golden Globe-winning series begins its sophomore year Sunday night (at 10 pm/ET), it tosses newly-liberated mortician David into a lively love triangle with ex-boyfriend Keith and his current beau, fellow cop Eddie, played by Terrell Clayton.

"There's one scene in particular in the season premiere that I just know everyone's going to cry over, it's so funny," chuckles the actor, who considers the SFU/QAF feud a laughing matter. "There is a compe read more

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