Drew Barrymore's life has seemed like a bad Hollywood movie at times, and now it's going to be a book. People reports that Barrymore has just signed a deal with Dutton to publish a collection of autobiographical essays that will recount her troubled familial past, her addiction issues and her father's death, among other topics. Despite those heavy subjects, Barrymore insists the as-yet-untitled book will be lighthearted. "I love stories that are humorous, emotional and welcoming," she said in a statement. "That is my goal in writing this book."
This could be explosive: Missy Elliott tweeted on Thursday that she's working on new music with Pharrell Williams. Elliott included a photo of herself and Pharrell in the studio and gave a shout out to their shared home state of Virginia. "VA! 2 up 2 down! me & my fam @Pharrell hard at work," she wrote. It's been exciting times for Missy fans recently. Following her celebrated cameo during the Super Bowl halftime show, she announced she was back in the studio with longtime collaborator Timbaland. Pharrell and Missy have some history together: they shared the stage at last year's BET Awards when Pharrell brought out Missy to perform "Pass That Dutch" during his set.
Fans hungry for more Frozen viewed a new 39-second trailer to the cartoon's eagerly awaited mini-sequel 2.25 million times on Wednesday. Frozen Fever, billed as a short film,will premiere March 13 before theatrical screenings of the live-action adaptation of Cinderella. The trailer, which by the end of the day Thursday had more than 3 million views, featured all the main characters from the original film, including Elsa, Anna and Olaf. The movie will tell the story of Anna's birthday party.
Focus stars Will Smith and Margot Robbie as Nick and Jess, a con artist and his inexperienced intern who become romantically involved and later split. However, things get complicated when Nick runs into the now-experienced femme fatale Jess while on assignment in Buenos Aires three years later -- and their past comes back to haunt them. Rated R
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27
The Amazing Race on CBS (The teams race through Nagano, Japan, where one team takes a tumble that may cost them the competition)
Glee on Fox (The members of New Directions must come together to prepare for their first public performance at a high-strung tween's bar mitzvah)
Saturday February 28th
Shania: Still the One Live From Vegas on ABC (Performances from the singer's Las Vegas show; behind-the-scenes footage of the work that goes into creating a unique experience for the audience)
HBO New Movie the Week: Endless Love ... Parental disapproval only makes two teenage lovers more reckless as they pursue their intense affair. Based on the book by Scott Spencer.
Saturday Night Live on NBC (Host Dakota Johnson; Alabama Shakes performs)
Sunday March 1st
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series: Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 on Fox (Daytona 500 winner Joey Logano tries to make it two-in-a-row as he, Jeff Gordon and the other drivers compete on the 1.5 mile track. Weather could play a role in the outcome of the race. From Atlanta Motor Speedway in Hampton, Ga.)
Dateline NBC (Six survivors of the 2012 Costa Concordia shipwreck off the coast of an Italian resort island share their stories)
The Last Man on Earth on Fox (PREMIERE ... After a deadly virus sweeps the planet, Phil Miller searches for survivors; as he returns to his hometown, Phil starts to think he must be the last human on earth)
The Simpsons on Fox (Homer is asked to keep Princess Kemi out of trouble while her father, a Nigerian king, makes a deal with Mr. Burns; Moe thinks Kemi is related to the Nigerian prince who scammed him_
The Walking Dead on AMC (The group has a difficult time molding to a new lifestyle, forcing them to consider whether they can be the people they once were)
Total Divas on E! (Ariane is embarrassed to have her father to meet Vinnie's family; Nattie struggles to support TJ's new career choice when he strips down with some hot models; Paige rebels when WWE tells her not to get a tattoo)
Call it a wardrobe malfunction: Madonna took a nasty fall down a flight of stairs during her performance at Wednesday night's Brit Awards when one of her backup dancers tugged at her cape and accidentally yanked her neck-first to the ground. Captured on video, the fall finds Madge stumbling backwards several feet before landing hard on the stage. Her dancers, dressed as minotaurs, rushed to help the singer, who valiantly continued her performance after taking a moment to regain her composure. The incident occurred as Madonna performed "Living for Love" off her new album Rebel Heart. Ironically, the song contains the line, "Watch me stumble." So we did.
Variety reports that Lady Gaga has signed on to star in the upcoming fifth season of FX's American Horror Story. The deal marks Gaga's first major TV role, although no details have been revealed yet about what type of character she might play. Show creator Ryan Murphy had previously mentioned that clues about the fifth season's theme--now confirmed as American Horror Story: Hotel--can be found throughout the fourth season, which premiered in October and set ratings records for FX. Meanwhile, Jessica Lange had said before the launch of the fourth season that it would be her last, but it's unknown yet whether she'll stick to that promise.
PRIME TIME TV
Grey's Anatomy on ABC (Amelia gives a lecture about the intricacies of Dr. Herman's case that fascinates the doctors; Herman and Arizona bond over the cases they are trying to complete)
The Big Bang Theory on CBS (Penny and Sheldon design an experiment -- as a joke -- to make participants fall in love; Howard and Bernadette get into trouble at the airport)
The Victoria's Secret Swim Special on CBS (Victoria's Secret models talk about their swimwear campaign in Puerto Rico; with musical performances by Maroon 5 and Juanes)
The Blacklist on NBC (Red helps Liz and the task force find a killer known as the Deer Hunter who tracks victims like prey; Liz tries to keep her secret under wraps)
American Idol on Fox (The top 12 girls perform in hope of earning America's votes)
My Big Fat American Gypsy Wedding on TLC (PREMIERE ... A gypsy bride attempts to make history with the most blinged-out wedding dress; a gypsy teenager's sweet 16 party is derailed by her grandmother)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Ryan Reynolds, J.B. Smoove, Dierks Bentley (R 2/4/15)
Jimmy Fallon: James Spader, Margot Robbie, Tobias Jesso Jr.
Jimmy Kimmel: Viola Davis, Richard Madden, Liv Warfield
Late Late Show: Bob Newhart, Cat Cora, Sim Bhullar, guest host Kunal Nayyar
Seth Meyers: Will Forte, Ellie Kemper, Sleater-Kinney
TMZ reports that Kylie Jenner has purchased a $2.7 million home in Los Angeles. The 17-year-old reality star's new pad is located in The Oaks, an exclusive gated community in Calabasas. And it's just a block away from the homes of her older half-sisters Kourtney and Khloe KardashianThe 4,900 square foot property boasts five bedrooms, a lagoon-themed pool and a home theater.
Netflix announced yesterday that production will begin next month on a new Pee-wee Herman movie, starring Paul Reubens and co-produced by Judd Apatow, that's being made exclusively for the TV streaming service. Pee-wee's Big Holiday is about "a fateful meeting with a mysterious stranger [that] inspires Pee-wee Herman to take his first-ever holiday in this epic story of friendship and destiny," according to a press release. Reubens co-wrote the script with Paul Rust, who wrote for ArrestedDevelopment's most recent season on Netflix, and the film will be helmed by first-time feature director John Lee.
Modern Family on ABC (While stuck at the airport, Claire partakes in online snooping that creates drama with the rest of the family)
blackish on ABC (Dre teaches Andre Jr. how to trash-talk a school bully; Diane's fear of the dark leaves Bow struggling with sleep deprivation)
Nashville on ABC (After Rayna reveals Jeff's indiscretions to the board members, Edgehill Republic begins to fall apart; Deacon considers a clinical trial; Scarlett reconnects with Gunnar; Juliette poses for a magazine spread)
Survivor on CBS (PREMIERE ... The castaways are split into three tribes: Blue Collar, White Collar and No Collar; the players must choose between honesty or deception; a castaway makes himself sick)
The Amazing Race on CBS (PREMIERE ... Pre-existing couples compete against duos who have just met; a dreaded U-turn presents the contestants with a tough decision)
Chicago PD on NBC (When an undercover narcotics officer goes missing, Antonio is asked to help find him; Burgess and Roman ask Mouch (Christian Stolte) for help with a squatter situation)
American Idol on Fox (The top 12 guys perform in hope of winning America's votes)
Empire on Fox (Lucious, Jamal and Hakeem must come together to record a legacy album; Cookie and Camilla (Naomi Campbell) face off; Jamal reveals news that surprises everyone)
Wahlburgers on A&E (Donnie pressures Paul to win Boston's annual ``Battle of the Burger'' competition; the Wahlburgers' bowling team needs help; Mark is asked to speak to students at UMass Boston)
Donnie Loves Jenny on A&E (Donnie and Jenny weigh the pros and cons of having a child together, while Donnie's friends and Jenny's sister want the couple to prove that they can handle a newborn with their busy schedules)
My 600-Lb. Life on TLC (At just 24-years-old, Bettie Jo is on her way to reaching 700 pounds and relies on her husband for even her basic needs)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Julianna Margulies, Eric Ripert, Glass Animals
Jimmy Fallon: Ice-T, Andrew Rannells, Lupe Fiasco
Jimmy Kimmel: Will Smith, Elizabeth Henstridge, Sam Hunt
Late Late Show: Billy Bob Thornton, Sarah Hyland, Garfunkel & Oates, guest host Kunal Nayyar
Seth Meyers: Christina Aguilera, Colin Quinn, Kurt Braunohler
Daily Show: Conan O'Brien
Conan O'Brien: Edward Norton, Melissa Rauch, Andrew Santino
Chris Brown is impressed by reports that his ex-girlfriend Rihanna is dating Leonardo DiCaprio. "High five," he declared in a Hot 97 radio interview on Monday. "You can only go up, and that's the upper, upper echelon... I'm not even a hater. I'll give you a slap on the back, booty, everything, 'Hey, do your thing. Good game.'" He added, "In that situation, I just tip my hat. I'm not a hater. I'm not envious, I don't feel jealous. Do your thing. I can't have it all, brotha." Who would've thought that Brown would ever say anything that makes complete sense?
Sam Smith has revealed that he will be stopping by a number of North American arenas this summer. Radio.com reports that the British singer will kick off his second arena tour on July 17 at the Forecastle Festival in Louisville, Kentucky, and will stop in cities including Tampa, Cleveland, Denver, and Houston, before wrapping up in Grand Prairie, Texas, on August 17. Smith will also be making appearances at the WayHome Music & Arts Festival and Squamish Valley Music Festival in between his solo dates. Tickets go on sale to the public starting at 10 a.m. local time on Friday, February 27.
Beyond the Lights, Big Hero 6, Horrible Bosses 2 and Whiplash are all out on DVD today
PRIME TIME TV
Marvel's Agent Carter on ABC (Peggy is faced with Leviathan's fury as she tries to save Howard Stark -- and the world)
NCIS on CBS (A murder victim turns out to have been living under an alias created for one of Gibbs' undercover cases from 20 years ago)
The Voice on NBC (The blind auditions continue)
Parks and Recreation on NBC (FINALE ... Before bidding Pawnee farewell, the gang must complete one last task together)
The Mindy Project on Fox (Danny says he will stop smoking if Mindy agrees to eat healthier; Jeremy tries to fill Peter's spot at the practice)
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills on Bravo (The women are forced to set aside their differences and work together as teams while taking part in Yolanda's scavenger hunt; the women embark on a group trip to Amsterdam; at a charity gala, Kim reproaches Lisa Rinna for talking behind her back)
19 Kids and Counting on TLC (Jessa goes shopping for a wedding dress; there are a lot of opinions to go around with Michelle and several other Duggars & Seewalds, but everyone knows it's the bride's opinion that counts)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Matthew Broderick, Ellie Kemper, JD McPherson
Jimmy Fallon: Josh Duhamel, Gabrielle Union, Charlie Wilson
Jimmy Kimmel: Will Forte, Bella Thorne, Prince Royce
Late Late Show: Jeff Probst, Yvette Nicole Brown, Greg Warren, guest host Billy Gardell
Seth Meyers: The cast of "Parks & Recreation"
Daily Show: Lynsey Addario
Conan O'Brien: Artie Lange, Victoria Justice
Watch What Happens Live: Lisa Rinna, Dakota Fanning
Birdman and The Grand Budapest Hotel were the biggest winners at the 87th Annual Oscars, where the films took home four awards each. In addition to winning the golden statues for Best Director and Best Picture, Birdman nabbed the awards for Best Cinematography and Best Original Screenplay. Meanwhile, The Grand Budapest Hotel collected the Oscars for Best Costume Design, Best Makeup and Hairstyling, Best Production Design, and Best Original Score. As expected, Eddie Redmayne was named Best Actor in a Leading Role for his portrayal of Stephen Hawking in The Theory of Everything. And Julianne Moore won Best Actress in a Leading Role for her portrayal of the title character in Still Alice. Whiplash's J.K. Simmons and Boyhood's Patricia Arquette won the awards for supporting actor and actress, respectively.
Oscar Winners 2015:
Best Supporting Actor: J.K. Simmons, Whiplash
Best Costume Design: The Grand Budapest Hotel
Best Makeup & Hairstyling: The Grand Budapest Hotel
Best Foreign Languange Film: Ida, Poland
Best Live Action Short Film: The Phone Call
Best Documentary Short Subject: Crisis Hotline: Veterans Press 1
Best Sound Mixing: Whiplash
Best Sound Editing: American Sniper
Best Supporting Actress: Patricia Arquette, Boyhood
Best Visual Effects: Interstellar
Best Animated Short Film: Feast
Best Animated Feature Film: Big Hero 6
Best Cinematography: Birdman
Best Production Design: The Grand Budapest Hotel
Best Film Editing: Whiplash
Best Documentary: CitizenFour
Best Original Score: The Grand Budapest Hotel
Best Original Song: "Glory," Selma
Best Original Screenplay: Birdman
Best Adapted Screenplay: The Imitation Game
Best Director: Alejandro G. Iñárritu, Birdman
Best Actor: Eddie Redmayne, The Theory of Everything
Best Actress: Julianne Moore, Still Alice
Best Picture: Birdman
Kirk Cameron was the big winner -- er, loser? -- at this year's Razzie Awards, where he took home four awards including Worst Picture and Worst Actor for his work in Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas, Meanwhile, Cameron Diaz took home the Razzie for Worst Actress in both The Other Woman and Sex Tape. And Kelsey Grammar earned the Razzie for Worst Supporting Actor for his work in four films: Expendables 3; Legends of Oz; Think Like a Man Too; and Transformers 4: Age of Extinction. Ouch!
2015 Razzies Winners:
Worst Picture:Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas
Worst Director: Michael Bay, Transformers 4: Age of Extinction
Worst Screenplay:Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas, written by Darren Doane and Cheston Hervey
Worst Remake, Sequel, or Rip-off: Annie
Worst Screen Combo: Kirk Cameron and his ego, Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas
Redeemer Award: Ben Affleck, From Razzie "Winner" for Gigli to Oscar darling for Argo & Gone Girl
Rapper Big Sean this week drops his third studio album Dark Sky Paradise, featuring appearances from artists including Kanye West, Drake, Ariana Grande, Chris Brown, and Lil Wayne. Meanwhile, country-rocker Kid Rock premieres his 10th full-length album First Kiss. And pop rock artist Mat Kearney debuts Just Kids, his fifth LP. Producer Emile Haynie also releases his debut full-length We Fall, featuring appearances from artists including Brian Wilson, Rufus Wainwright and Lana Del Rey.
The Bachelor on ABC (Chris and the three remaining women travel to Bali for overnight dates; Chris has a meltdown about the upcoming elimination; the final two women are revealed)
Mike & Molly on CBS (Mike and Molly are excited to have the house to themselves for the weekend)
The Voice on NBC (PREMIERE ... The blind auditions begin)
Gotham on Fox (Gordon and Bullock track the Red Hood gang; Selina bonds with Barbara; Fish tries to reclaim her place in the underworld)
Better Call Saul on AMC (Jimmy devises a bold plan to obtain new clients, but must face consequences when his relationships become strained)
Fashion Police on E! (Hosts Kathy Griffin, Giuliana Rancic, Kelly Osbourne, and Brad Goreski analyze celebrity fashion, and highlight the good, the bad, and the crazy moments from the 2015 Academy Awards)
WWE Monday Night RAW on USA (WWE Fastlane PPV Results. Who survived the Roman Reigns vs. Daniel Bryan match and is going to WrestleMania?)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Helen Mirren, the 2015 Daytona 500 winner, Steve Earle
Jimmy Fallon: Christina Aguilera, Jeff Probst, Kid Rock
Jimmy Kimmel: Kobe Bryant
Late Late Show: Sharon Osbourne, Steve Byrne, L.A. Rocks, guest host Billy Gardell
Seth Meyers: Stephen Amell, Misterwives
Daily Show: Christine Lagarde
Conan O'Brien: The cast of "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia"
Watch What Happens Live: Scott Wolf, Scheana Marie Shay
HollywoodLife.com is reporting that Amber Rose is thinking about leaking some very salacious texts from Kanye West. "Amber and Kanye were living together and sharing computers when he started hooking up with Kim," the website's source dishes. "What's even worse is that Amber has intimate emails and messages between Kim and Kanye about their personal sex life. She took screen shots of all of it. It would be terribly embarrassing if they got released." The insider adds, "Kanye used talk crap about Kim constantly to ease Amber's jealousy. He even sent some texts dissing Kim's looks to Amber which she still has. Amber would love to release those personal texts."
Director Steve Pink returns for Hot Tub Time Machine 2, the sequel to the raunchy, 2010 time-traveling comedy. This time around, the story finds stars Rob Corddry, Adam Scott, Clark Duke, and Craig Robinson dealing with the aftermath of their travels 10 years in the future. Rated R
Disney's McFarland USA stars Kevin Costner as the head coach of the 1987 McFarland high school cross country team, and tells the story of how he inspired both the athletes and the economically challenged community to reach for their dreams. Rated PG
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20
Shark Tank on ABC (A scholarship app; micro-loans funded by money raised from backpacks made of traditional fabrics from developing countries; update on Bottle Breacher)
Undercover Boss on CBS (FINALE .... When Vivint CEO Todd Pedersen goes under cover, he struggles with his fear of heights and the pressures of the job)
Glee on Fox (The members of New Directions get busy with planning; Sue decides to encourage everyone to follow their hearts
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Kid Scientists, Sean Hayes, Judah & the Lion
Jimmy Fallon: Kevin Bacon, Amy Sedaris, Nick Jonas
Jimmy Kimmel: David Spade, Randall Park, the Band Perry (R 2/11/15)
Late Late Show: Jimmy Kimmel, John Krasinski, David Cross, guest host Will Arnett
Seth Meyers: Bobby Moynihan, Eugene Levy, Daniel Levy, the Bots (R 2/9/15)
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21
Daytona 500 Bash at the Beach on Fox (A pre-race party with A-list celebrities, NASCAR drivers and other VIPs celebrating the 2015 season on the sands of Daytona Beach)
HBO New Movie of the Week: The Fault in Our Stars ... Two teenage cancer patients begin a life-affirming journey to visit a reclusive author in Amsterdam. Based on the novel by John Green.
Sunday February 22nd
2015 Daytona 500 on Fox (In his last Daytona 500, Jeff Gordon will start the race on the pole. The race consists of 200 laps on the 2.5 mile track and is the first race of the 2015 season. From Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Fla)
The Oscars on ABC (Honors for achievements in film take place in Los Angeles; Neil Patrick Harris hosts; musical performers include Common, John Legend, Rita Ora, Anna Kendrick, Tegan and Sara and The Lonely Island)
The Walking Dead on AMC (After withstanding a spectacular storm, Rick and the others meet what appears to be a friendly person, but find themselves mistrustfu)
Lantana, Florida, police arrested has-been rapper Vanilla Ice yesterday on charges that he helped rob a house adjacent to one he and his crew were renovating for his reality TV show, The Vanilla Ice Project. Police said that Ice "played a role" in the crime, which resulted in the theft of numerous furniture items, a pool heater, bicycles, and more, according to Variety. Investigators added that Ice was being cooperative; he's hosted his show, where he fixes up and flips homes, on the DIY Network since 2010.
The Internet collectively lost its mind yesterday after unretouched photos of Beyonce leaked online. Jezebel reports that a series of unedited photos from Beyonce's 2013 L'Oréal Paris commercial were posted by the Beyonce World fan site on Wednesday, but were pulled after fans pointed out that the images showed Bey's skin looking less than "Flawless." While some people criticized the singer's complexion with comments such as "She looks like a cigarette smoker," others defended the 20-time Grammy winner's natural look. "Unretouched photos of @Beyonce just prove she's a real person and a natural beauty," one loyal fan tweeted.
Grey's Anatomy on ABC (Meredith dodges Maggie's questions about DC; Bailey and Ben worry about Ben's brother; Dr. Herman starts to change her mind about Arizona; Richard feels manipulated)
Scandal on ABC (The gladiators try to save Olivia as the auction for her progresses; people at the White House worry that Olivia is gone for good)
The Big Bang Theory on CBS (While the gang waits for the reopening of Stuart's comic book store Wolowitz gets some shocking news; Penny has trouble taking her own advice; Leonard and Raj think they spot Nathon Fillion at a restaurant)
The Odd Couple on CBS (PREMIERE ... After both of their marriages fail, Oscar Madison and his uptight, former college roommate, Felix Unger, decide to live together)
Two and a Half Men on CBS (FINALE ... Details regarding Charlie Harper are revealed.)
The Blacklist on NBC (Red tells Liz about the disappearance of a polygamous cult leader who has dangerous shipping containers buried on his property)
American Idol on Fox (The final performances take place at the House of Blues; the judges finish selecting the top 24 contestants)
The Vampire Diaries on The CW (Elena notices a strange change in Caroline's behavior; Bonnie winds up in a strange situation; Matt and Tyler consider a major life change; Damon revisits painful memories as he offers advice to Caroline)
Project Runway All Stars on Lifetime (Alyssa Milano reunites all 14 designers to debate the fashion, fights and turmoil from this season; moments and drama from inside the workroom; the designers give updates and answer viewers' questions)
David Letterman: Don Cheadle, Ilana Glazer & Abbi Jacobson, Mikky Ekko
Jimmy Fallon: Martin Short, Ruth Wilson
Jimmy Kimmel: Kelly Ripa, Joshua Malina, Gorgon City featuring Jennifer Hudson
Late Late Show: Ray Romano, Busy Philipps, Tom Papa, guest host Lauren Graham
Seth Meyers: Mae Whitman, Carolina Herrera
Daily Show: Patricia Arquette (R 2/9/15)
Conan O'Brien: The cast of "Hot Tub Time Machine 2", Ronda Rousey, Jackie Kashian
Watch What Happens Live: Samuel L. Jackson, Meredith Vieira
Comedy Central is poking fun at Justin Bieber's affinity for eggs by turning the tables on the pop star in the teaser for his upcoming roast. UPI reports that the clip shows Bieber standing against a white backdrop and having eggs thrown at his chest. The stunt is an obvious reference to a 2014 incident in which Bieber egged his neighbor's home. He later pleaded no contest to one count of misdemeanor vandalism and was sentenced to five days of community service. Comedy Central's roast of the "Believe" singer, which is being hosted by Kevin Hart, will air on the network on March 30.
Kid Rock recently expressed that he feels "fortunate" to be able to launch a concert tour that will only cost fans $20 per ticket. "I'm just very fortunate to be in a position to do it," the "First Kiss" singer told Billboard, explaining that he did the same thing for his 2013 $20 Best Night Ever Tour. Rock went on to say that he thinks it's nuts that other artists haven't adopted a similar business plan, which finds Rock partnering with Live Nation and splitting all profits from the shows, including merchandise. "It's a scary thing, 'cause if nobody shows up it's time to hang it up if you're playing for cheap like that," Rock continued. "But...it's a lot of incentive for people to show up, too."
Next week's episode of Modern Family will be ultra-modern, as producers have revealed that the action will play out entirely on computer screens and social media. The episode, called "Connection Lost," was also shot entirely on iPhones and iPads. Its plot will revolve around mom Claire Dunphy's attempts to locate her oldest daughter Haley after they have an argument. Executive producer Steven Levitan says the idea was inspired by his real life. "I realized that onscreen, you could tell so much about my life," he says. "This came from life and it made sense."
Modern Family on ABC (Claire takes a first class seat on a flight, leaving Phil in coach; Gloria makes Jay teach Manny how to defend himself; Mitch, Cam and their friends throw Sal a belated baby shower)
blackish on Nashville (Dre takes an instant dislike to Zoey's first serious boyfriend, a worldly teen from France -- who is also named Andre)
Nashville on ABC (Rayna finds out about Jeff Fordham's plan to sign Maddie to Edgehill; Luke and Gunnar write revenge songs and go carousing with a cautious Will; Sadie is tormented by her ex; Deacon's attempts to hide his illness causes him to push Maddie away)
The Mentalist on CBS (FINALE ... In order to lure a serial killer, Jane agrees to once again pose as a renowned psychic; a killer's quest for revenge may get in the way of Lisbon and Jane's happiness)
Chicago PD on NBC (Burgess and Roman become trapped after Burgess pursues suspicious activity at a convenience store without calling in for backup; the intelligence team receives taser certification)
American Idol on Fox (The contestants perform in a showcase at the House of Blues; some of the contestants learn their fate)
Empire on Fox (As Lucious tries to brand Empire Entertainment as a family-run company, tension builds between Jamal and Hakeem; Anika meddles with Elle Dallas; Hakeen struggles with how to move forward with Camilla)
Wahlburgers on A&E (Paul visits Mark in Los Angeles; children taste test a new menu item; on the set of ``Ted 2,'' Mark comes through on an acting gig for Johnny Drama)
Donnie Loves Jenny on A&E (The couple rummage through boxes in the garage and uncover old keepsakes and mementos that cause laughter and tug at the heartstrings)
Nev & Max's 15 Craziest Catfish Moments Countdown on MTV (Highlights from previous seasons)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Will Smith, Grizfolk
Jimmy Fallon: Sigourney Weaver, Andy Cohen, Ella Henderson
Jimmy Kimmel: Neil Patrick Harris, Gillian Jacobs, Rascal Flatts
Late Late Show: Matthew Perry, Nick Kroll, guest host Thomas Lennon
Seth Meyers: Kathy Griffin, Peter Sarsgaard, the Mavericks
Daily Show: Jennifer Aniston (R 1/22/15)
Conan O'Brien: Ashton Kutcher, Jon Cryer, Sage Kotsenburg, Kristian Bush
In response to Amber Rose's recent comments about Kim Kardashian and Kris Jenner, Khloe Kardashian took to Twitter to defend her family's honor and call out Amber for previously being a stripper. "Please stop talking about us in interviews mama. None of us talk about you," she tweeted. Unfortunately for Khloe, the model then proceeded to expertly shut down the reality star. Amber, who used to date Kanye, posted a meme of her rapper ex along with the caption, "When ur sister in law calls out ur ex for being a stripper. But ur wife has a sex tape." She also acknowledged she used to work the pole and tweeted, "I'll be that lil w**re to support my family like ur older sister is a w**re 2 support hers. We're even." Ouch. Amber: 1, Khloe: 0.
Christina Aguilera is getting ready to party down South. The Boot reports that The Voice judge will join the cast of Nashville this spring as a multi-episode guest star. According to People, Aguilera will portray pop superstar Jade St. John -- who stops by Music City for a two-night stand at Bridgestone Arena and realizes her real dream is to record a country album. Unfortunately for St. John, her label wants her to stick to pop music. It has not yet been revealed when Aguilera's episodes will air. In the meantime, fans can catch Nashville on Wednesdays at 10 p.m. ET on ABC.
The Interview, The Homesman, The Tale of Princess Kaguya, Jake Squared, Animal, Dying of the Light, Game of Thrones: Season 4, Birdman, Dumb and Dumber To, St. Vincent, and The Theory of Everything are all out on DVD today
Marvel's Agent Carter on ABC (Leviathan makes their move against Peggy when she is at her most vulnerable moment; the SSR closes in on Howard Stark)
Parks and Recreation on NBC (The last episode of Andy's TV show brings his friends together)
Chicago Fire on NBC (A temporary chief fills in for Boden, who is forced to take some time off for personal reasons; Lt. Severide deals with an unwelcome addition to the squad; Brett becomes close to a girl she previously rescued; Casey starts seeing a new woman)
The Mindy Project on Fox (Mindy wants to start a practice with Rob in San Francisco, but her credit history impacts her ability to get a loan; Danny tries to reveal news of his impending move to the office)
The Flash on The CW (Caitlin is thrilled to have her fiance back after an explosion separates Ronnie and Dr. Stein; Mason Bridge tells Iris that something mysterious is going on at S.T.A.R. labs; Barry receives important information about time travel)
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills on Bravo (Eileen organizes a table-read for her husband's latest Hollywood script, and emotions run high; Brandi agrees to a 21-day cleanse but attending Lisa Vanderpump's surprise birthday party causes her to second-guess her decision to stay sober)
19 Kids and Counting on TLC (The family prepares for Jessa's upcoming wedding to Ben Seewald; from the budget to bridesmaid attire, Jessa knows what she wants; Jill reveals a life-changing announcement to her family)
139th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on USA (Closing Night)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Twin Shadow
Jimmy Fallon: Taylor Swift, John Oliver, Imagine Dragons
Jimmy Kimmel: Kristen Bell, Chris Elliott, Big Sean
Late Late Show: Kal Penn, Lindsay Sloane, guest host Thomas Lennon
Seth Meyers: Matthew Perry, Taraji P. Henson, Anders Holm
Daily Show: Sienna Miller (R 1/15/15)
Conan O'Brien: Jack McBrayer, Triumph the Insult Comic Dog, Lauren Cohan
A-list celebrities, former cast members and rock stars joined forces for last night's Saturday Night Live 40th Anniversary Special. Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon opened with an awesome rap medley of the show's most memorable catchphrases, from "D**k in a Box" to "More Cowbell." And Bradley Cooper, Taylor Swift and Betty White appeared in a new rendition of the So Cal parody "The Californians," which ended with Cooper and White making out. Jack Nicholson made a rare public appearance during which he lamented that he has never hosted the show. Other celebs who showed up included Edward Norton, Derek Jeter, Peyton Manning, and Robert De Niro. Meanwhile, the eclectic roster of musical guests included Miley Cyrus, Kanye West, Paul McCartney, and Paul Simon.
This week, rock act Imagine Dragons drops their sophomore album Smoke + Mirrors, which features lead single "I Bet My Life." Meanwhile, English R&B singer Estelle -- known for her massive 2008 hit "American Boy" -- premieres her fourth studio album True Romance. And Steve Earle debuts Terraplane, his latest collaboration with the Dukes (and Duchesses). Rock and country act The Mavericks also share Mono, their eighth studio album and their second since reuniting in 2012.
PRIME TIME TV
The Bachelor on ABC
Mike & Molly on CBS (When Joyce refuses to take a breathalyzer test at a checkpoint, Mike is forced to arrest her for driving under the influence)
Stevie Wonder: Songs in the Key of Life -- An All-Star Grammy Salute on CBS (Popular artists -- including Chris Martin, Janelle Monáe, Willie Nelson, Ed Sheeran and Usher -- perform Stevie Wonder songs; presenters highlight the impact of the artist's work on music and culture; LL Cool J hosts.)
The Celebrity Apprentice on NBC (Live Finale ... The two remaining finalists complete their last task with some help from eliminated contestants; Donald Trump announces the season 14 winner)
Gotham on Fox (The circus comes under attack while Gordon and Dr. Thompkins are in attendance; Falcone wants Butch Gilzean to help Penguin with the night club; Bruce meets with the Wayne Enterprises board)
Better Call Saul on AMC (Jimmy is eager to prove that his dangerous client is innocent, even though it causes problems with Kim)
139th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on CNBC
Fashion Police on E! (Hosts Kathy Griffin, Giuliana Rancic, Kelly Osbourne, and Brad Goreski go to New York to break down the good, the bad, and the crazy moments from Spring Fashion Week; With guest Naomi Campbell)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Matthew Perry, Adam Scott, Kishi Bashi
Jimmy Fallon: Edward Norton, Craig Robinson, Chris Brown
Jimmy Kimmel: Benedict Cumberbatch, Stana Katic, Chris Soules, AloeBlaccstreet featuring Aloe Blacc & Blackstreet
Late Late Show: "Weird Al" Yankovic, Natasha Leggero, Maz Jobrani, guest host Thomas Lennon
Seth Meyers: Angie Harmon, Two Gallants
Daily Show: Julianne Moore (R 1/14/15)
Conan O'Brien: Jason Bateman, Andy Cohen, Cold War Kids (R 11/20/14)
The Associated Press is reporting that Bobbi Kristina Brown was in a car accident just four days before she was found unresponsive in the bathtub of her Georgia home. The 21-year-old daughter of Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown allegedly lost control of her jeep and collided with another vehicle on January 27. The accident resulte in two people, including Bobbi Kristina's passenger and friend Danyela Da Silva Bradley, being hospitalized for injuries. Bobbi Kristina is currently on life support after being discovered unconscious in a bathtub -- the same way Whitney was found roughly three years ago.
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air may be making a comeback! The Associated Press reports that Will Smith has hinted that new music could be in his future. "I did a fun thing with Jimmy Fallon the other night messing with music, so you know, I got the bug," Smith said in a recent interview. "I might see if I got one more in me." The actor, who was the MC of the hip-hop duo DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince in the '90s, went on to say that he has continued to record music in recent years, but that he hasn't released it to the public. "Recording will be a part of my life forever," he continued. "Whether or not I feel that something is of the quality for public consumption."
Adapted from E.L. James' kinky best-seller, Fifty Shades of Grey tells the story of a masochistic relationship between college graduate Anastasia Steele and businessman Christian Grey, portrayed by Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan. Rated R
Kingsman: The Secret Service (Rated R) ... Starring: Samuel L. Jackson, Michael Caine, Colin Firth. Based upon the acclaimed comic book and directed by Matthew Vaughn ("Kick-Ass," "X-Men: First Class"), "Kingsman: The Secret Service" tells the story of a super-secret spy organization that recruits an unrefined but promising street kid into the agency's ultra-competitive training program just as a global threat emerges from a twisted tech genius.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13
Shark Tank on ABC (Customized sandals manufactured in Uganda, giving poor women the opportunity to raise money for college; gold-mining bucket; sports bra; a kit for developing photos with sunlight and transferring images to products)
Undercover Boss on CBS (Gigi Butler, the chief executive officer of Gigi's Cupcakes, struggles with the pressures of cake decorating while under cover)
Glee on Fox (Will goes to extremes to teach the club about tolerance; New Directions rallies around Rachel when she learns her childhood home has been sold)
Dateline NBC (Police suspect a murder-for-hire plot when a realtor is attacked and left for dead at a home showing and begin investigating his family and business partners)
Real Time With Bill Maher on HBO (Director Robert Kenner; actor David Duchovny; former Rep. Tom Davis; magazine editor Zanny Minton Beddoes; writer Baratunde Thurston)
SATURDAY, FEBURARY 14
An SNL Valentine on NBC
NASCAR Racing: Sprint Unlimited on Fox (The 75 lap-non-points race kicks off the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series racing season. The race will feature a minimum of 25 drivers who are eligible to participate. From Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Fla)
HBO New Movie of the Week: Walk of Shame ... starring Elizabeth Banks, James Marsden, Gillian Jacobs, Sarah Wright Olsen, Ethan Suplee. A woman's dream of becoming a news anchor is jeopardized by an ill-advised tryst that leaves her stranded in downtown Los Angeles with no money or transportation and only eight hours to make it to the most important job interview of her life.
NBA Basketball: 2015 State Farm All-Star Saturday Night on TNT (Featuring four different events showcasing the NBA's best and brightest stars: Shooting Stars, Skills Challenge, Three-Point Contest and Slam Dunk Contest)
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15
The Bachelor: Chris Tells All on ABC (Chris discusses the memorable women and moments of the season so far; Kelsey opens up about her panic attack; Andi Dorfman talks about where she thinks her relationship with Josh went wrong)
The Bachelor on ABC (Chris takes Jade to Arlington, Iowa, for a date that includes attending a local high school football game; Whitney meets Chris' best friends; a trip into Arlington leaves some women questioning whether they want that life)
Undercover Boss on CBS (Peavey Electronics COO Courtland Gray goes under cover to learn more about how his audio empire operates; a life-changing announcement is made)
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation on CBS (FINALE ... The team faces the Gig Harbor killer for a final showdown during which his motives are revealed; Nick Stokes makes a major decision)
Saturday Night Live: SNL 40th Anniversary Special on NBC (LIVE ... Comedy's biggest stars, past hosts, cast members and musical legends pay tribute to the 40th anniversary of ``Saturday Night Live.'')
The Walking Dead on AMC (The group feels beaten after living life on the road, but must continue to trudge along in spite of the changes they have incurred)
Total Divas on E! (Brie and Paige take the UK by storm causing Nikki to worry that Brie's extreme behavior will jeopardize their performance in the ring; Nattie asks TJ for help with a family disaster and Alicia falls apart when confronted with her ex-boyfriend)
Wicked Tuna on NatGeo (PREMIERE ... Captains in Gloucester race to bring in the first catch on opening day of the new bluefin season; bitter rivals and new mates)
2015 NBA All-Star Game on TNT (The NBA's midseason showcase featuring 24 of the league's brightest stars with the starters selected by the fans and reserves chosen by the coaches. From Madison Square Garden in New York)
SI: The Making of Swimsuit 2015 on Travel (The models fight the wind and rain for the perfect magazine cover)
Former NBC Nightly News anchor Tom Brokaw allegedly played a major role in NBC's decision to suspend current anchor Brian Williams for six months. According to reports by The New Yorker, Brokaw cancelled a Caribbean vacation last week so that could speak with the network's chief executive Steve Burke about what they planned to do with Williams. While Burke was reportedly conflicted about whether to "take a hard line" or "feel compassion" for Williams' exaggerations, Brokaw expressed his concern that Williams' actions could negatively affect the reputation of the entire news division. Following their discussion, Burke told Williams the suspension was "non-negotiable" and refused to declare whether the network would ever take him back.
Kanye West made a bombshell announcement on yesterday's episode of On Air With Ryan Seacrest: He's about to head into the recording studio with none other than Taylor Swift. "She wants to get in the studio and we're definitely going to go in," Kanye said. "Any artist with an amazing point of view, perspective, fan base, I'm down to get in the studio and work." He also claimed that Swift told him at Sunday's Grammys that he was right to bum-rush the stage after Beck won Album of the Year. "Taylor Swift came up to me right afterwards, literally right afterwards, and tells me that I should have went onstage," he said. "This is the irony of my life."
The world can't get enough of Nick Jonas! Just weeks after performing during the Miss Universe pageant, it's been announced that Jonas will serve as host of the 2015 Kids' Choice Awards. MTV reports that the "Jealous" singer announced the hosting gig by posting a video to Instagram on Wednesday that shows him preparing to be covered in green slime before sharing the news. Prior to the official announcement, the 22-year-old perfomer hinted that he would be hosting by posting a video of himself singing the Nickelodeon theme song. He also tweeted the question, "What do me and @CameronDiaz have in common... ?" on Tuesday. The 2015 Kids' Choice Awards will air on March 28.
PRIME TIME TV
Grey's Anatomy on ABC (Jackson and April must come to a decision about their unborn child; Catherine runs into Richard at the hospital; Meredith looks for a baby sitter so she can go visit Derek; Amelia and Stephanie work together on a case)
Two and a Half Men on CBS (When their divorce becomes official, Walden offers Alan a gift; Alan's impractical choice strains his relationship with Lyndsey)
The Blacklist on NBC (The task force must rescue an undercover CIA agent who was kidnapped by separatists in Uzbekistan; Red thinks they are up against a dangerous past associate known as Ruslan Denisov)
American Idol on Fox (The judges reveal who will move on to the Top 48)
The Vampire Diaries on The CW (Elena and Jeremy reminisce about their past; Caroline and Stefan grow closer; Sheriff Forbes asks Damon for help with a case involving Elena's parents; Enzo lures Matt and Sarah into his plan)
Project Runway All Stars on Lifetime (FINALE ... The finalists design collections representing the four seasons of the year; the winner is chosen)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Tom Hanks, Sturgill Simpson
Jimmy Fallon: Colin Firth, Jack McBrayer, Triumph the Insult Comic Dog, the Weeknd
Jimmy Kimmel: Keira Knightley, Incubus
Late Late Show: Ryan Xie, guest host Wayne Brady
Seth Meyers: Kevin Costner, Portia de Rossi, David Frei with Westminster Dogs
Conan O'Brien: Daniel Radcliffe, Andrea Martin, the Flaming Lips with Miley Cyrus (R 11/6/14)
Watch What Happens Live: William H. Macy, Marcia Gay Harden
Taylor Swift is threatening to sue Ronnie Cremer, a computer repairman and part-time musician who claims he taught the 25-year-old singer how to play guitar. He says he received a letter this week from her lawyers demanding he shut down his website ITaughtTaylorSwift.com. "I almost feel like they were trying to bully me a little bit," he tells The New York Daily News. "I'm not giving back the domain name. I mean, Go Daddy sold it to me." In the past, Taylor has claimed that by "this magical twist of fate," a computer tech repairman visited her home, spotted her guitar and offer to teach her a few chords. Cremer says he actually worked with Taylor for two years after being recruited by her parents, and that her father recently unfriended him on Facebook.
Following the outcry over Beck beating out Beyonce at the Grammys for Album of the Year, 50 Cent has dared to do what few mortals do: Diss Queen Bey. The rapper makes it clear that he thinks Beck's Morning Phase is far more deserving of an award than Beyonce's surprise, self-titled record. "He produced the record, he wrote the record," 50 Cent points out to People. "There are 11 producers on Beyonce's album." He also slamms Kanye West for being misguided and suggesting that Beck was undeserving of the win. "Kanye being a producer and a writer should see that," he says.
She is renowned as a natural beauty but Uma Thurman was almost unrecognisable at the premiere party for her new miniseries The Slap on Monday in New York City. The 44-year-old actress turned heads for all the wrong reasons as she stepped out with a suspiciously smooth forehead and puffy face along with an extremely tight smile. While Uma's transformation was not as dramatic as that of fellow actress Renee Zellweger, who caused shockwaves with her drastically altered appearance last year, there was no denying she was looking decidedly different.
PRIME TIME TV
Modern Family on ABC (Claire senses Phil may be more into ``Juliana'' than her; Gloria's sister visits; Mitchell and Cameron get into a situation with Anders)
blackish on ABC (Dre is determined to keep the peace on Valentine's Day; Diane's siblings try to teach Diane how to give a compliment)
Nashville on ABC (Rayna brushes off rumors about her and Luke's breakup as she prepares to return to the stage; Scarlett plans a surprise for Deacon; Gunnar travels to Austin intent on mending fences with his estranged nephew)
The Mentalist on CBS (When a young psychic offers to assist with a murder investigation but ends up leading the FBI to additional victims, Jane becomes suspicious)
Chicago PD on NBC (Bunny comes to Lindsay with a concern that leads the team to a case that robbery-homicide has been investigating; Voight is suspicious of Bunny's motives)
American Idol on Fox (The contestants perform solos one last time before the next round of eliminations)
Empire on Fox (Lucious asks Cookie to manage the label's first star, who hasn't produced an album in years; Vernon finds himself in a sticky situation; Jamal's drive and ambition cause trouble in his relationships; a mystery woman from the family's past shows up)
Duck Dynasty on A&E (The Robertson family helps ready Jessica and Jep's new home in Willie and Jase's neighborhood; the guys seek the perfect housewarming gift for Jep)
Wahlburgers on A&E (Paul creates a special burger for a Boston comic convention; Donnie and the New Kids on the Block receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame)
Donnie Loves Jenny on A&E (Jenny goes out of town with her sister and father on her comedy tour; Donnie travels to Boston to spend time with friends)
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia on FXX (Mac and Dennis convince Dee to help them spy on the fish factory; Frank and Charlie become suspicious of the other three and investigate)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Bill Belichick, Madisen Ward and the Mama Bear
Jimmy Fallon: Hugh Grant, Charles Barkley, Kyle Kinane
Jimmy Kimmel: Sam Smith
Late Late Show: William Shatner, Judy Smith, guest host Wayne Brady
Seth Meyers: William H. Macy, Kenny Smith, the Districts
Daily Show: Colin Firth
Conan O'Brien: Anna Kendrick, Gabrielle Union, Lee Ann Womack
Watch What Happens Live: The winner and runner-up from "Top Chef"
Kanye insists he didn't mean to insult Beck at Sunday's Grammy Awards, despite pretending to take away his Album of the Year trophy and claiming at an after-party that Beck "needs to respect artistry." A TMZ videographer interviewed Kanye yesterday morning in New York after his post-Grammys red-eye flight, and asked if he meant to imply that Beck isn't a real artist. "No, I wasn't saying Beck. I said the Grammys," Kanye claimed. "Beyonce shoulda won, you know that. Come on, man. I love Beck, but he ain't have Album of the Year." Meanwhile, wife Kim Kardashian said nothing, slowly pushing a luggage cart alongside Kanye so he had the freedom to rant at will.
Kevin Hart has been named as host of Comedy Central's upcoming Roast of Justin Bieber. Billboard reports that the comedian and actor will host the special, which will air on Monday, March 30. Previous celebrities who have been roasted include James Franco, Charlie Sheen and Donald Trump.
The Lookalike, Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day, Nightcrawler and Laggies are all out on DVD today
Marvel's Agent Carter on ABC (Peggy comes to a shocking realization but isn't aware her true enemies are closer than she thought; Sousa narrows in on the truth about Peggy)
NCIS on CBS (A murdered Marine and alumnus of the military academy DiNozzo attended is found with a student's photograph in his hand; Bishop and her husband ask Gibbs and the team to dinner)
Parks and Recreation on NBC (While on a business trip to Washington with Leslie, April struggles with her future; Andy looks for a job for April)
Chicago Fire on NBC (The pursuit of a missing teenager leaves Mills and Brett stranded in unforgiving elements; members of the firehouse care for an abandoned newborn; Severide receives an intriguing proposal; Boden is at odds with his father (Richard Roundtree)
The Mindy Project on Fox (Mindy tries to tell Danny some big news, but is interrupted by the arrival of his father and half-sister, who join them at Annette's house for an awkward family dinner)
The Flash on The CW (Barry and the team realize they must pursue Ronnie after he attacks a physicist; Barry struggles to balance his new relationship and his responsibilities as the Flash; Joe asks Cisco for help investigating Nora Allen's murder)
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills on Bravo (After the blow up at Kyle's gay mixer, the women discuss Brandi's influence over Kim; Lisa Vanderpump is nervous when her son receives his genealogy test results; the women attend Eileen's movie premiere at a suburban shopping center)
Kate Plus 8 on TLC (FINALE ... Kate reflects on her family experiences and offers her perspective on the challenges she faces with each year that passes)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Chris Elliott, Rhiannon Giddens
Jimmy Fallon: Dakota Johnson, Anthony Anderson, Mark Ronson
Jimmy Kimmel: Anna Faris, Jeff Van Gundy & Mark Jackson, Annie Lennox
Late Late Show: Aisha Tyler, Justin Flom, guest host Wayne Brady
Seth Meyers: Sienna Miller, Tracee Ellis Ross, Brian Koppelman
Daily Show: David Axelrod
Conan O'Brien: Terry Crews, Prof. Brian Cox, Solomon Georgio
Watch What Happens Live: Catherine O'Hara, Eugene Levy
Sam Smith had "the best night of his life" at last night's Grammy Awards, where he won four trophies -- including best Pop Vocal Album for his debut LP In the Lonely Hour and both Song and Record of the Year for "Stay With Me (Darkchild Version)." Meanwhile, Beck took home three awards, including the coveted Album of the Year for his 2014 release Morning Phase. And Rosanne Cash also nabbed three awards in the Americana category. Beyonce walked away with the Grammys for Best Surround Sound Album and Best R&B Song for "Drunk in Love."
Record of the Year: Sam Smith - "Stay With Me (Darkchild Version)"
Song of the Year: Sam Smith - "Stay With Me (Darkchild Version)"
Album of the Year: Beck - Morning Phase
Best New Artist: Sam Smith
Best Pop Solo Performance: Pharrell Williams - "Happy"
Best Pop Vocal Album: Sam Smith - In the Lonely Hour
Best Pop Duo/Group Performance: A Great Big World With Christina Aguilera – "Say Something"
Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album: Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga - Cheek To Cheek
Best Rock Performance: Jack White – "Lazaretto"
Best Rock Album: Beck - Morning Phase
Best Metal Performance: Tenacious D – "The Last In Line"
Best Rock Song: Paramore – "Ain't It Fun" Hayley Williams & Taylor York, songwriters
Best Alternative Rock Album: St. Vincent - St. Vincent
Best Rap Performance: Kendrick Lamar – "I"
Best Rap/Sung Collaboration: Eminem Featuring Rihanna – "The Monster"
Best Rap Song: Kendrick Lamar - "I" â¨
Best Rap Album: Eminem - The Marshall Mathers LP2
Best Traditional R&B Performance: Robert Glasper Experiment Featuring Lalah Hathaway & Malcolm-Jamal Warner - "Jesus Children"
Best R&B Song: Beyoncé Featuring Jay Z - "Drunk In Love" â¨
Best Urban Contemporary Album: Pharrell Williams – Girl
Best R&B Album: Toni Braxton & Babyface - Love, Marriage & Divorce
Best Contemporary Instrumental Album: Chris Thile & Edgar Meyer - Bass & Mandolin
Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media: Frozen
â¨Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media: The Grand Budapest Hotel â¨
Best Song Written for Visual Media: "Let It Go" from Frozen â¨
Best Country Solo Performance: Carrie Underwood – "Something in the Water"
Best Country Duo/Group Performance: The Band Perry – "Gentle on My Mind"
Best Country Song: Glen Campbell & Julian Raymond - "I'm Not Gonna Miss You" â¨
Best Country Album: Miranda Lambert - Platinum
Best Bluegrass Album: The Earls Of Leicester - The Earls Of Leicester
Best American Roots Performance: Rosanne Cash – "A Feather's Not a Bird"
Best American Roots Song: Rosanne Cash – "A Feather's Not A Bird"
Best Americana Album: Rosanne Cash - The River & The Thread
Best Folk Album: Old Crow Medicine Show - Remedy
Best Music Video: Pharrell Williams – "Happy"
Best Music Film: 20 Feet From Stardomâ¨Producer of the Year, Non-Classical: Max Martin â¨Best Instrumental Composition: John Williams - "The Book Thief"
Best Arrangement, Instrumental or A Cappella: Pentatonix - "Daft Punk"
Best Arrangement, Instrumental and Vocals: Billy Childs - "New York Tendaberry"
Best Recording Package: Pearl Jam - Lightning Bolt
Best Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package: The Rise & Fall Of Paramount Records, Volume One (1917-27)
Best Album Notes: John Coltrane - Offering: Live At Temple University
Best Historical Album: Hank Williams - The Garden Spot Programs, 1950
Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical: Beck - Morning Phaseâ¨
Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical: Tijs Michiel Verwest, remixer â¨John Legend – "All of Me (Tiesto's Birthday Treatment Remix)"
Best Surround Sound Album: Beyoncé - Beyoncé
â¨Best Regional Roots Music Album: Jo-El Sonnier - The Legacy
Best Reggae Album: Ziggy Marley - Fly Rasta
Best World Music Album: Angelique Kidjo - Eve
Best Children's Album: Neela Vaswani - I Am Malala: How One Girl Stood Up for Education and Changed the World (Malala Yousafzai)
Best Musical Theatre Album: Beautiful: The Carole King Musical â¨
Best Blues Album: Johnny Winter - Step Back
Best Spoken Word Album: Joan Rivers - Diary Of A Mad Diva
Best Comedy Album: "Weird Al" Yankovic - Mandatory Fun
Best New Age Album: Ricky Kej & Wouter Kellerman - Winds of Samsara
Best Improved Jazz Solo: Chick Corea - "Fingerprints"
Best Jazz Vocal Album: Dianne Reeves - Beautiful Life
Best Jazz Instrumental Album: Chick Corea Trio - Trilogy
Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album: Gordon Goodwin's Big Phat Band - Life in the Bubble
Best Latin Jazz Album: Arturo O'Farrill & The Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra - The Offense of the Drum
Bruce Jenner was involved in a four-car accident that left one person dead and seven others injured in Malibu on Saturday. People reports that the accident occurred when a Prius stopped on the Pacific Coast Highway for unknown reasons. The Prius was then hit by a white Lexus, which in turn was rear-ended by Jenner. The Lexus then spiraled into oncoming traffic and was struck by a black Hummer. The Lexus driver, a 70-year-old woman, died. Police say Jenner passed a field sobriety test and is fully cooperating with the investigation. "My heartfelt and deepest sympathies go out to the family and loved ones, and to all of those who were involved or injured in this terrible accident," Jenner said in a statement following the accident. "It is a devastating tragedy and I cannot pretend to imagine what this family is going through at this time. I am praying for them."
This week marks the release of Josh Tillman's second record under the name Father John Misty. I Love You, Honeybear is a folk-rock album will be released on Sub Pop Records and feature the title track as well as singles "Bored in the USA" and "Chateau Lobby #4." Meanwhile, singer and songwriter JD McPherson drops his sophomore effort Let the Good Times Roll. And rapper Sisqo returns to the mainstream with Last Dragon, his third studio album and first in 14 years. The official soundtrack to Fifty Shades of Grey also debuts this week, featuring new music from Ellie Goulding, The Weeknd and Beyonce.
PRIME TIME TV
The Bachelor on ABC (Nine women join Chris in Deadwood, S.D.; the women call Kelsey out on her behavior; the ladies' excitement over meeting Big & Rich turns to anxiety when they learn they must write and perform their own love songs; Chris takes two women on a date)
Mike & Molly on CBS (When her publisher requests that a provocative change be made to her book, Molly is faced with a dilemma)
The Celebrity Apprentice on NBC (The finalists travel to Orlando to complete their biggest task -- selling resort vacation packages; six fired celebrities return to help)
Gotham on Fox (Gordon and Bullock work to stop a biology teacher who has been harvesting the glands of his murder victims; Mooney continues plotting for power; Falcone tries to change Maroni's plan)
Better Call Saul on AMC (Jimmy's troubles escalate, leaving him in dire straits; carelessness puts Chuck at risk)
Fashion Police on E! (Hosts Kathy Griffin, Giuliana Rancic, Kelly Osbourne, and Brad Goreski go through celebrity fashion, and highlight the good, the bad, and the crazy moments from the 2015 Grammy Awards; With guests Katharine McPhee and Ne-Yo)
WWE Monday Night RAW on USA (Will this be the night that Sting answers Triple H's challenge for WWE Fastlane?)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Steve Carell, Dr. Cornel West
Jimmy Fallon: Jamie Dornan, the "Sports Illustrated" swimsuit cover model, Sheppard
Jimmy Kimmel: Bill O'Reilly, Kelly Osbourne, Morris Day and the Time with Haim
Late Late Show: T.J. Miller, Robert Glasper, guest host Wayne Brady
Seth Meyers: Bobby Moynihan, Eugene Levy, Daniel Levy, the Bots
According to TMZ, doctors have informed Bobby Brown there's nothing more than can do for Bobbi Kristina Brown and that it's time to withdraw her life support. Sources say the decision is in Bobby's hands and that he'll wait until at least the weekend--in part because yesterday was his birthday. "It's now a matter of when they family wants to let go," a separate source tells FOX411. "[The doctors have] left it up to the family." While the New York Post reports that dad Bobby Brown is remaining hopeful and other sources claim Bobbi Kristina's condition has improved somewhat, several media outlets are reporting that she's officially been declared brain dead.
Jupiter Ascending stars Mila Kunis as Jupiter Jones, a girl who dreams of the stars but wakes up to the cold reality of a job cleaning other people's houses. But when Caine, played by Channing Tatum, arrives on Earth to track her down, Jupiter begins to see the fate that has been waiting for her: she's next in line for an inheritance that could alter the balance of the balance of the universe. Rated PG-13
Seventh Son stars Jeff Bridges as Master Gregory, a knight who had imprisoned the malevolently powerful witch Mother Malkin, played by Julianne Moore, centuries ago. But when Mother Malkin escapes and threatens to destroy the world, Gregory and his apprentice Tom Ward -- played by Ben Barnes -- must work together to fight of the witch's dark magic.
The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water finds SpongeBob SquarePants -- the world's favorite sea dwelling invertebrate -- coming ashore to our world for his most super-heroic adventure yet. Rated PG
FRIDAY, FEB 6
Shark Tank on ABC (Yak and cow milk dog chews; organic and colorful lipsticks; update on Nuts N' More nut butters)
Undercover Boss on CBS (Armando Montelongo, the chief executive officer of Armando Montelongo Companies hires a body double to help conceal his identity while under cover)
Glee on Fox (Brittany and Santana have to do some convincing; Mercedes encourages Rachel to go for her Broadway dreams)
Real Time With Bill Maher on HBO (Journalist Johann Hari; TV host Janet Mock; journalist Amy Holmes; journalist John McCormack; author Marianne Williamson)
David Letterman: Sienna Miller, Andy Kindler, Bob Mould
Jimmy Fallon: Jennifer Lopez, Anthony Mackie, Iliza Shlesinger (R 1/19/15)
Jimmy Kimmel: Channing Tatum, J.J. Watt, ZZ Top (R 1/26/15)
Late Late Show: Ed Sheeran, Stephen Merchant, Jillian Bell, guest host John Mayer
Seth Meyers: John Oliver, Mike Greenberg, Kid Ink (R 2/2/15)
SATURDAY, FEB 7 HBO New Movie of the Week: Edge of Tomorrow ... starring Tom Cruise, Emily Blunt. (A soldier who was killed in action gets caught up in a time loop, in which he repeatedly relives his last battle. However, the more times he fights, the closer he gets to discovering how to defeat the alien enemy)
SUNDAY, FEB 8
The 57th Annual Grammy Awards on CBS (LL Cool J hosts festivities at Staples Center in Los Angeles honoring excellence in the recording industry; scheduled performers include Eric Church, Ariana Grande, Ed Sheeran and Madonna)
The Simpsons on Fox (Lisa writes a new anthem for Springfield when she learns the original was stolen from another town; Homer learns the meaning of ``wide pride.'')
Family Guy on Fox (When Lois takes Peter to open a checking account, they learn his first name is really Justin; Quagmire gets in trouble with his mother)
The Walking Dead on AMC (After facing the all of the recent trials, a slight detour may offer the solution that the group has been seeking)
Better Call Saul on AMC (PREMIERE ... Jimmy works magic in the courtroom; after being inspired unexpectedly, Jimmy tries an unconventional method for pursuing potential clients)
John Mayer guest-hosted The Late Late Show on Wednesday night, where he danced with the sharks featured in girlfriend Katy Perry's Super Bowl halftime show and defended her performance. The 37-year-old singer explained to guest Andy Cohen that he thinks people keep talking about Katy's backup dancers because they aren't comfortable admitting the pop star did a great job. "It's like, you have nothing bad to say about the performance, do you? 'No, I don't.' Because if they did, you'd hear about it," he noted. "She made the internet a kind, gentle place for a day. It was awesome." Mayer also confirmed that the two are indeed dating again. (Leave it to John Mayer to interview a guest and still make the entire conversation about himself.)
Johnny Depp and Amber Heard have officially tied the knot in advance of their tropical wedding ceremony, which will take place in the Bahamas this week. Us Weekly reports that the pair said "I do" during a civil ceremony at Depp's West Hollywood home on Tuesday. The couple is expected to head to Depp's private island in the Bahamas for a second, larger service this weekend. "It will be a really simple ceremony," a source previously told the outlet of the island service. "Things are in a great place with them." Depp, 51 and Heard, 28, met on the set of Rum Diary in 2009 and began dating in 2011. Depp confirmed that they were engaged in March of last year.
John Legend could be the musical guest at your wedding for as little as $10. E! News reports that the "All of Me" crooner is auctioning himself off as part of a charity raffle for his alma mater South High School in Ohio. "Hey, I'm John Legend, arguably, one of the most romantic people in the world," he says in a YouTube Video posted on the raffle's website. "That's why I want to sing a private show for you. Anywhere! Even your wedding!" Hosted through his Show Me Campaign, a minimum donation of $10 will get you 100 chances to get Legend to perform at your big day. Or birthday. Or anniversary. All proceeds from the raffle, which ends March 26, will go toward rebuilding the school's auditorium.
PRIME TIME TV
Grey's Anatomy on ABC (April stays positive as tests are run on her baby; Dr. Herman plans a crash course in fetal surgery; Callie and Owen encourage each other to return to the dating scene; Bailey, Meredith and Maggie try to learn more about a patient's tumor)
Scandal on ABC (The members of the team come together, intent on doing whatever it takes to find Olivia and get her back home)
The Big Bang Theory on CBS (Sheldon and Leonard must defend themselves from an online bully's criticism after they co-publish a paper; Bernadette, Penny and Amy confront embarrassing moments during a girls night)
Two and a Half Men on CBS (Walden worries that ending things with Ms. McMartin will become an issue; when Lyndsey asks Alan to move in with her, he hesitates)
The Blacklist on NBC (Cooper struggles to save his team from the detention facility; a race ensues as Luther Braxton tries to attain confidential information)
American Idol on Fox (The singers perform in hope of advancing to the next stage)
The Vampire Diaries on The CW (Elena is determined to celebrate Bonnie's birthday; after learning Stefan's secret, Enzo wants to interfere in Sarah Salvatore's life; Caroline struggles to cope with everything going on around her)
Project Runway All Stars on Lifetime (Marilyn Monroe's timeless beauty inspires the designs of red carpet gowns; a Hollywood legend visits the workroom)
Oz: The Addict Next Door: New Face of Heroin Addiction ... Dr. Oz sounds the alarm on a frightening trend in America.
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Martin Short, Bettye Lavette
Jimmy Fallon: Will Smith, Rosamund Pike, Jack White
Jimmy Kimmel: Magic Johnson
Late Late Show: Bob Weir, guest host John Mayer
Seth Meyers: David Duchovny, Candice Swanepoel, Lily Aldridge, Brooks Wheelan
Daily Show: Bob Odenkirk
Conan O'Brien: Jeff Bridges, Lily Collins, Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators
Watch What Happens Live: Zachary Quinto, Aidy Bryant
Fans are suggesting that Katy Perry dissed Britney Spears and Taylor Swift in her new cover story for Elle magazine. The 30-year-old pop star makes what seems like a reference to Britney's 2007 meltdown when discussing the dark side of fame. "You think you signed up for one thing, but you automatically sign up for a hundred others. And that is why you see people shaving their f**cking heads," Katy notes. She also brings up Taylor Swift's squeaky-clean public image. "As pop figures, we're all characters. And the media uses that," she explains. Who is the sweetheart, who is the villain? You know. Taylor's the sweetheart. Kanye [West]'s the villain. That's the narrative."
It's been a busy couple of weeks for Paul McCartney. In addition to releasing new music with both Kanye West and Rihanna, it appears that Macca might also be collaborating with Lady Gaga. MTV reports that Gaga posted a two new photos on Instagram last night that show her hanging out with McCartney in the studio. The first shot shows Gaga leaning over McCartney's should as sits at a drum kit and is captioned, "Always a good time with my buddy. I'll never forget when he called me last year to work and I hung up the phone cuz I thought it was a prank!" The second image shows Gaga and McCartney hanging out with a larger group of musicians, including Pearl Jam's Mike McCready. "Working on one of his many secret projects!" Gaga wrote.
PRIME TIME TV
Modern Family on ABC (When Phil thinks Luke is giving him the cold shoulder, Andy becomes Phil's new right-hand man; Jay is put in a tough spot when it is suspected that Joe is allergic to Stella; Mitchell does some freelance legal work at Jay's company)
Nashville on ABC (Rayna's daughters -- and Luke -- don't take the news of the canceled wedding very well; Avery and Juliette encounter a few bumps as they adjust to married life; Sadie purchases a gun; Deacon gets bad news about his condition)
The Mentalist on CBS (Jane and the team try to apprehend deadly armored car robbers before their desperation to remain free results in more deaths)
Chicago PD on NBC (Antonio and his sister talk to Elliot Gish about the person they think is responsible for the fire that killed Shay; Lindsay has second thoughts about the task force; Platt's new, sunny demeanor results in curiosity)
American Idol on Fox (The singers perform in hope of advancing to the next round)
Empire on Fox (Cookie receives an anonymous gift she suspects may be a veiled threat from a person from her past; Lucious takes charge of Hakeem's video shoot)
Duck Dynasty on A&E (Jase and the guys turn a pontoon into a floating duck blind, then put their invention to the test; Kay takes bad pooch Bobo to doggie obedience class)
Wahlburgers on A&E (Paul decides to cook Mark, Bob, Drama and Billy a five-star meal to expose the friends to the pleasures of fine dining)
Donnie Loves Jenny on A&E (Donnie convinces Jenny that it's time to have an awkward conversation with Evan about the birds and the bees)
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia on FXXX (Charlie's in charge when a surprise health inspection interrupts a less hygienic project; he rallies the gang together to make sure Paddy's passes the test)
My Strange Addiction on TLC (Counting down the ten most shocking addictions featured on the show and providing updates)
Hot in Cleveland on TV Land (Joy competes for Bob's affection; Elka enlists Melanie's help when her affair takes an unexpected turn; Victoria hires a bodyguard)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Ryan Reynolds, Dierks Bentley
Jimmy Fallon: Vin Diesel, Carl Reiner, Kobe Bryant
Jimmy Kimmel: Jeff Bridges, Lauren Cohan
Late Late Show: Andy Cohen, guest host John Mayer
Seth Meyers: Glenn Close, Gabrielle Union, J. Mascis
Daily Show: Wes Moore
Conan O'Brien: Mila Kunis, Josh Hopkins, Cage the Elephant
Watch What Happens Live: Busy Philipps, Tom Colicchio
Us Weekly is reporting that Bruce Jenner will sit down with Diane Sawyer to talk about his transition from male to female. An insider claims the former Olympian, 65, chose to open up to the ABC News veteran for a reason. "Diane has always been very supportive of the LGBT community," the source explains. "She has been honored by GLAAD." Portions of the interview will allegedly start being filmed this week. Jenner underwent surgery to have his Adam's apple shaved down last year and has since made headlines for his increasingly feminine appearance.
Saturday Night Live's upcoming 40th-anniversary special is sure to bring the laughs, but it's also set to bring the music. NBC announced yesterday that the three-hour celebration will feature musical performances by Taylor Swift, Justin Timberlake, Kanye West, Paul McCartney, and Paul Simon, with more musical guests expected to be announced. Meanwhile, the show will also feature the return of SNL vets Eddie Murphy, Amy Poehler, Tina Fey, Dan Aykroyd, Steve Martin, and Bill Murray, while notable guest hosts such as Alec Baldwin, Jim Carrey, Tom Hanks, and Christopher Walken are also lined up to appear on the February 15 telecast.
Dear White People, The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby, Dracula Untold, Ouija and John Wick are all out on DVD today
Shark Tank on ABC
Marvel's Agent Carter on ABC (When Peggy is finally trusted with a mission, she calls on the Howling Commandos squad for assistance; Peggy's cover is put at risk)
NCIS on CBS (An openly gay Navy lieutenant set to receive the Medal of Honor is murdered; Palmer gets ready for fatherhood)
Parks and Recreation on NBC (April tries to keep Donna and Joe's wedding running smoothly; Ron creates awkwardness between Tom and Lucy; Jen Barkley arrives at Ben and Leslie's home with an opportunity)
Chicago Fire on NBC (More clues emerge about the fire that killed Shay, leading Severide to a former nemesis; Shay's sister visits; Cruz is faced with a surprise; Boden tries to help his father)
The Mindy Project on Fox (When Rob gives Mindy an opportunity to start her own practice in California, she struggles to tell Danny; Peter and Jeremy must come to terms with the fact that Lauren is moving to Texas)
The Flash on The CW (Caitlin takes Barry out to a karaoke bar, hoping they both meet someone new; Cisco thinks about Hartley's dangerous proposition; Henry's snooping gets him into trouble)
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills on Bravo (Lisa Vanderpump's adopted son, Max, decides he wants to take a DNA test to discover his heritage; Brandi and Kyle trade accusations while visiting Kim; Brandi shows up uninvited to Kyle's gay mixer where insults are exchanged)
Kate Plus 8 on TLC (The Gosselins hold a yard sale; Mady and Cara have their 14th birthday at a trampoline park; the family updates their family portrait)
David Letterman: Dr. Phil McGraw, Robin Tunney, Diana Krall
Jimmy Fallon: Ellen DeGeneres, Neil Young, Doc Severinsen
Jimmy Kimmel: Mila Kunis, Bob Odenkirk, Charli XCX
Late Late Show: Allison Janney, Jim Rash, Bob Harper, guest host Sean Hayes
Seth Meyers: Debra Messing, Horatio Sanz, Mario Batali
Daily Show: Bill Browder
Conan O'Brien: Steven Yeun, Mark & Jay Duplass
Watch What Happens Live: Luann De Lesseps, Lance Bas
Katy Perry delivered an epic halftime show during Super Bowl 49 last night that included a massive tiger prop, fireworks and an appearance from Missy Elliott. The pop star started her 13-minute performance by taking the field in an outfit covered in decorative flames as she sang her hit track "Roar" atop a massive human-operated tiger. She then sang bits of "Dark Horse," "I Kissed a Girl" -- featuring Lenny Kravitz -- and "Teenage Dream" on a campy, candy-colored beach set alongside lip-syncing sharks, palm trees and beach balls before transitioning into "California Gurls." Things got a little more risqué when Perry invited Elliot to the stage to perform portions of "Get Ur Freak On" and "Work It" as the pop star rapped along to the choruses. Elliott closed her section with "Lose Control" before Perry boarded a shooting star and flew across the arena singing "Firework."
Whitney Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown has been hospitalized after being found unresponsive in a bathtub on Saturday. The 21-year-old was found unconscious in a bathtub in her Georgia home by her husband Nick Gordon, who performed CPR until paramedics arrived. Bobby Kristina has since been placed in a medically induced coma for swelling of the brain. Her father Bobby Brown released a statement to E! News following the incident. "Privacy is requested in this matter," he said. "Please allow for my family to deal with this matter and give my daughter the love and support she needs at this time." Ironically, Bobbi Kristina's mother was found dead in a bathtub at the Beverly Hilton on February 11, 2012.
Mariah Carey was caught lip-syncing -- very badly -- during her performance at the Jazz and Blues Festival in Jamaica on Friday. Video shows the 44-year-old diva attempting to hit the high notes in her 1995 hit "Fantasy." What makes it really awkward is that she dramatically pretends to belt out the high notes but misses the cues, so that she mimes in the wrong places. Eventually, Mariah seems to give up and just lets the backing track take over as she flashes a smile at the audience.
PRIME TIME TV
The Bachelor on ABC (Chris and the women travel to Santa Fe, N.M.; Carly gets an awkward and intimate one-on-one date; Kelsey's attempt to draw Chris' attention goes wrong)
Mike & Molly on CBS (When Molly learns that Mike hasn't been to the doctor in over a decade, she urges him to make an appointment)
The Celebrity Apprentice on NBC (The teams are asked to create a ``photo bomb'' and a hashtag campaign; the teams must write a 30-second beverage jingle; Trump makes a shocking decision)
2 Broke Girls on CBS (Caroline, Max, Earl and Han come together to help Oleg move into Sophie's apartment -- until she starts to reject his belongings)
Gotham on Fox (When Fish reveals one of Cobblepot's secrets, Maroni decides to test his loyalty; Gordon and Bullock search for a killer who targets those with severe phobias; Bruce confronts Gordon about his parents' case)
Fashion Police on E! (The Fashion Police analyze the most talked about celebrity fashions of the week; No one in Hollywood is safe when Kathy Griffin, Giuliana Rancic, Kelly Osbourne, and Brad Goreski let loose with their fashion and pop culture commentary)
WWE Monday Night RAW on USA (What's next for Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns?)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Jack Hanna, Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings
Jimmy Fallon: Michael Keaton, Gwen Stefani
Late Late Show: Marion Cotillard, Dame Edna, guest host Sean Hayes
Seth Meyers: John Oliver, Mike Greenberg & Mike Golic, Kid Ink featuring Elle Varner
Daily Show: Martin Short
Conan O'Brien: Bob Costas, Eddie Redmayne, Seinabo Sey
Watch What Happens Live: Katie Maloney, Tom Schwartz