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One of the hilarious highlights of SNL this weekend (guest hosted by Kerry Washington) was this clever parody of “What Does The Fox Say” – called “What Does My Girl Say
The show that ran a remarkable 12 seasons may become an NBC series with Oscar winner Octavia Spencer starring as the woman who can’t seem to go anywhere without getting someone getting murdered.
Actress/singer Sheryl Lee Ralph’s star making Broadway role in Dreamgirls was perhaps a bit too close to home. In the musical, characters saw themselves being denied entertainment success because of racism, never a lack of talent. And when Ralph was a young star, this was what she dealt with: no one had heard of women [...]
“I’m not a porn star; I just play one on TV,” reads Mara Marini’s Twitter bio.
As NBC’s hilarious series “The Office” edges closer to it’s season finale (Thursday night) the stars and writers say some emotional stories and share a few last laughs.
Fox plays a TV news anchor who goes back to work after being diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease – and it doesn’t shy away from making jokes about his condition. Fox is as charming as ever – but will viewers enjoy the Parkinson’s jokes without feeling bad about it, and without feeling bad for him?
Mycle Wastman impressed The Voice audiences on season three. Now the Desert Storm veteran is touring the country.
On Season 3 of The Voice, Cody Belew landed a spot on Team Cee Lo with his performance of Otis Redding’s “Hard to Handle.” It was the start of living out his dream.
As NBC’s Broadway based series eeks out its last breath, Debra Messing has locked a lead role in a comedy pilot for CBS.
On The Apprentice several years ago, Ryan Danz found himself pitted against the toughest cookie in all Manhattan: Martha Stewart. Here, he chats about the amazing self-monikered Mrs. “M. Diddy,” his co-star, Bethenny Frankel, his love of jiu jitsu and what he’s doing now.
Tony Vincent was Team Cee Lo’s Broadway boy. Now he’s headed back to his roots.
Ellen DeGeneres fans need not worry…you’ll be welcoming your favorite daytime talk show host into your living room for at least another four years!
In what The Hollywood Reporter is calling a ‘catastrophic premiere,’ NBC’s second season of Smash, which boasts a new showrunner and the star power of Jennifer Hudson, suffered a 71 percent drop in ratings over last year. On top of that, the big budget show was actually clobbered by the seemingly unstoppable Betty White.
Canadian actor Vik Sahay’s TV character, Lester Patel, was once confused for a lesbian. Making his move to notable film roles, his most recent being the victim of Steve Stifler’s jokes in American Reunion, he stars in the Toronto Film Festival selection, My Awkward Sexual Adventure, which will premiere at the Santa Barbara Film Festival this Friday.
If this video is any indication, expect Jennifer Hudson’s powerful voice to steal the show on SMASH this season. The show’s producers fittingly wrote a powerful ballad for the singer and actress.
Seems like the big stories of 2012 are still going to be the buzz stories of 2013. Here’s where I stand on the year of weird.
The Today Show did a clever segment this week, where they sought out their anchors’ lookalikes – and revealed them to the country – and the hosts themselves – for the first time. Some of the likenesses are pretty uncanny! Check out the video here:
It looks like old feuds are finally catching up to Chevy Chase and “Community”.