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Mike Meyers made a surprise return to Saturday Night Live this weekend, where he reprised his role as Austin Powers villain Dr. Evil and made fun of North Korea for being so determined to put a stop to the release of Sony's movie The Interview. "Why pick on Sony?" he asked. "They haven't had a hit since the Walkman." Meyers went on to mock the hacking group for their name, Guardians of Peace. "There's already a G.O.P.," he joked. "And thy're already an evil organization." Following Meyers' opening, host Amy Adams and musical guests One Direction joined forces for a skit called "Girlfriends," in which the actress played a dance squad captain who had to calm down her awkward friend Morgan (Aidy Bryant) when the guys crashed up their gab session. The British boy band also took the stage to perform their songs "Ready to Run and "Night Changes."



Friday marked the last night of Craig Ferguson's nine-year run as the host of the CBS series The Late Late Show. The host celebrated the occasion with a star-studded musical send-off set to the song "Bang Your Drum" by Dead Man Fall -- a band from Ferguson's hometown of Cumbernauld, Scotland. Backed by a choir, the rendition included appearances by famous faces like Jeff Daniels, Lisa Kudrow, Steve Carell, and Matthew McConaughey. Meanwhile, Jay Leno served as Ferguson's final guest on the show and made sure to compliment him on being such a nice guy, telling him, "You always were fair, you know, you didn't join the late-night talk show 'snippy-club.'"



Sir Elton John is officially married! The Grammy-winning singer and his longtime partner David Furnish exchanged vows in a private ceremony at their Berkshire, England, estate over the weekend. The couple wed following Great Britain's decision to pass a law that allowed same-sex couples to obtain full legal marriage status, a change that went into effect last week. Celebrity guests at the wedding included David and Victoria Beckham, as well as Ed Sheeran. John and Furnish, who have been in a civil partnership for nine years and in a relationship for nearly 20 years, have two sons: Zachary, who turns four on Christmas Day, and Elijah, who is 23 months old.



Even Justin Timberlake can't resist the twang when he's in Nashville. At his Friday night show in the Music City, he strapped on an acoustic guitar to tease out a few lines of Garth Brooks' classic "Friends in Low Places." Half way through, though, he stopped. "Hold on, now something don't feel right," he told the crowd. "I mean, if you're going to do this -- Garth?" On cue, Brooks took the stage and led the screaming crowd in a singalong of the tune's "lost" verse, which is not on the recorded version but a staple of his live show, Taste of Country reports.


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It's official! America has gone country. Blake Shelton picked up his fourth win on The Voice last night, when his final contestant Craig Wayne Boyd took home the top prize. In advance of the announcement, the episode featured performances by each of the top four contestants -- Boyd, Damien, Chris Jamison, and Matt McAndrew -- who brought back members of the Top 20 to single alongside them. The top four also performed alongside a number of popular artists, as Matt McAndrew performed with Fall Out Boy and Boyd joined Lynyrd Skynyrd for their hit "Sweet Home Alabama." Meanwhile, Damien teamed up with Jennifer Hudson and Chris Jamison partnered with Jessie J for her current single "Masterpiece."



Joey Fatone has taken it upon himself to confirm to In Touch Weekly that his former 'N Sync badnmate Justin Timberlake and wife Jessica Biel are expecting a child. "He told me a while ago, and I kept my mouth shut," Fatone dishes. "But now I can talk about it!" He goes on to gush that the couple, who have never publicly confirmed Biel's pregnancy, will make great parents. "Jessica is awesome, and Justin is a kid at heart. They'll have] fun," he enthuses.


Mariah Carey appeared to have a breakdown during her Christmas concert at New York's Beacon Theatre on Monday. The singer was singing her ballad "Hero" when the waterworks started. She then stopped crying, only to have her microphone pack fall off her dress. "Really?" Mariah said before declaring, "I'm sorry -- cut!" Things got bumpy again when she lost one of her shoes while performing some of her holiday hits. Here's hoping the diva sorts herself out -- she is performing a total of six holiday shows for her series All I Want for Christmas Is You: A Night of Joy and Festivity.





PRIME TIME TV

Survivor on CBS (FINALE ... The five remaining contestants compete for a spot in the last tribal council -- and a shot at the $1 million prize)

Michael Bublé's Christmas in New York on NBC (Singer Michael Bublé celebrates the holiday season with special guests in New York. Performers include Barbra Streisand, Ariana Grande, Miss Piggy and The Rockettes)

The Sing-Off on NBC (A cappella groups Timothy's Gift, Melodres, the Exchange, Traces, San Fran 6 and A. Squared compete for a $50,000 first-place price)

Hell's Kitchen on Fox (The remaining chefs prepare a dinner service, after which two contestants advance to the final)

American Horror Story: Freak Show on FX (The death of a freak sparks troubling behavior in Pepper; Elsa reveals the history of the freak show)

WWE Tribute to the Troops on USA (The 12th annual tribute starring Hulk Hogan, John Cena, with a special appearance by the cast of ``The Voice'' and Florida Georgia Line)

LATE NIGHT TV

David Letterman: Willie Nelson & Billy Joe Shaver

Jimmy Fallon: James Franco, Seth Rogen

Jimmy Kimmel: Michael Keaton, Megyn Kelly, George Ezra

Craig Ferguson: Betty White, Thomas Lennon

Seth Meyers: Bill O'Reilly, Krysten Ritter, Jungle

Daily Show: Anna Kendrick

Colbert Report: Phil Klay

Conan O'Brien: Jason Schwartzman, Jack O'Connell, King Tuff

Watch What Happens Live: Nicki Minaj


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Video has gone viral of the Kate Middleton giving a glimpse of sassy attitude at a charity event during her recent visit to New York. The clip shows Middleton wrapping Christmas presents at Harlem's Northside Center for Childhood Development. When she becomes distracted for a brief moment, an unseen woman can be heard barking at her, "Keep wrapping!" Middleton is obviously not used to being treated like a commoner, because she responds by dropping her trademark, demure smile and giving an epic eyeroll.







Just when you thought the cast of True Detective couldn't get more diverse, Rick Springfield -- the dude who sang about Jesse's Girl back in the '80s -- says he has a role on the HBO miniseries. "Just finished my 1st day of shooting for season 2 of HBO's True Detective," Springfield tweeted earlier this week, E! reports. "What a great script. Working w/ Colin Farrell & Rachel McAdams!" The show also stars Kelly Reilly and Taylor Kitsch. This isn't Springfield's first acting role. He's played himself in Californication and has a recurring character on General Hospital.


FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12

PRIME TIME TV

Shark Tank on ABC (A stamping kit that proves Santa Claus visited a home; a man hopes his book and plush toy will become part of the Jewish holiday tradition; an easier way to move Christmas lights from storage to display mode; a flexible device that eases pain)

The Amazing Race on CBS (Strong teams make a mistake that could cost them $1 million; Phil Keoghan has shocking news for the contestants at the pit stop)

WWE Friday Night SmackDown! on SyFy (Special appearance by John Cena. Plus, huge 6-man Tag Team action)

Kendra on Top: The Untold Story Part 2 on WE (A joint interview about Hank's sexual encounter with a transsexual model)

LATE NIGHT TV

David Letterman: Jamie Foxx, Robert Klein, Dan Penn

Jimmy Fallon: Martin Freeman, Megan Mullally, Yusuf

Jimmy Kimmel: Sofia Vergara, J.K. Simmons (R 12/3/14)

Craig Ferguson: Rashida Jones, DJ Qualls

Seth Meyers: Jason Sudeikis, Aubrey Plaza (R 11/25/14)

Saturday December 13

UFC Fight Night on Fox (Junior dos Santos vs. Stipe Miocic; Rafael dos Anjos vs. Nate Diaz; Alistair Overeem vs. Stefan Struve; Matt Mitrione vs. Gabriel Gonzaga. From Phoenix)

2014 Heisman Trophy Presentation on ESPN

HBO New Movie of the Week: 47 Ronin ... Starring: Keanu Reeves ... Forty-seven leaderless samurai must turn to a mixed-blood outcast for help in defeating the treacherous overlord who killed their master and banished them.

Santa Sent Me to the ER on TLC (People confess how their holidays turned into yuletide nightmares filled with bumps, bruises and broken Christmas spirits)

Saturday Night Live on NBC (Martin Freeman; Charlie XCX)

Sunday December 14

Barbara Walters Presents: The 10 Most Fascinating People of 2014 on ABC (The journalist interviews some of the year's top newsmakers, including Oprah Winfrey, Neil Patrick Harris, Chelsea Handler and Scarlett Johansson)

Undercover Boss on CBS (PREMIERE ... True Value CEO John Hartmann -- a former FBI agent -- goes under cover and is shocked by the antics of an employee)

Sunday Night Football on NBC (Cowboys at Eagles)

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Forbes is out with its annual list of the world's 30 highest-paid musicians, and thanks to the sale of his eponymous headphone brand to Apple, Dr. Dre tops it. Here are the 11 highest-paid artists (click on the link for all 30), as well as what they earned in 2014:

  1. Dr. Dre, $620 million
  2. Beyonce, $115 million
  3. The Eagles, $100 million
  4. Bon Jovi, $82 million
  5. Bruce Springsteen, $81 million
  6. Justin Bieber, $80 million
  7. One Direction, $75 million
  8. Paul McCartney, $71 million
  9. Calvin Harris, $66 million
  10. Toby Keith, $65 million
  11. Taylor Swift, $64 million





MTV announced on Wednesday that comedian Amy Schumer will host the 2015 MTV Movie Awards on Sunday, April 12. The 33-year-old, who has a show called Inside Amy Schumer on Comedy Central, took over the network's social media accounts in the hours leading up to the announcement. It looks like 2015 will be a big ear for Schumer. Deadline reported just days ago that she will be producing a new Comedy Central pilot that will "explore and skewer gender, class, and stereotypical issues in sketch and character-driven pieces."



David Letterman has announced that his last night as host of CBS' Late Show will be Wednesday, May 20.""David Letterman has given to all of us a remarkable legacy of achievement and creative brilliance that will never be forgotten," CBS Corp President and CEO Leslie Moonves said in Wednesday's statement. "It's going to be tough to say goodbye, but I know we will all cherish the shows leading up to Dave's final broadcast in May." Letterman has been the host of Late Night for 22 years. Since its premiere in 1993, the show has racked up nine Emmy Awards and a whopping 72 nominations.


PRIME TIME TV

The Taste on ABC (The contestants must put their own spin on the mentors' favorite seafood dishes; chef Eric Ripert serves as a guest judge; two contestants face elimination)

The Big Bang Theory on CBS (Leonard and Wolowitz clash over a work emergency; Amy throws a Victorian Christmas party which Sheldon resents)

Two and a Half Men on CBS (Walden and Alan befriend three mothers, but things get complicated when Walden becomes attracted to one of them; Alan joins a group of moms on a girls night)

The Biggest Loser on NBC (The contestants compete in their first challenge as individuals by crossing an obstacle course and completing a memory puzzle; the winner earns immunity; the players receive heartwarming videos of support from loved ones; two players go home)

Blake Shelton's Not So Family Christmas on NBC (First Aired: Dec. 03, 2012 .. Blake Shelton hosts a star-studded event that includes comedy bits, performances of classic holiday songs and new music.

The Vampire Diaries on The CW (Bonnie reminisces about happier times in Mystic Falls as she tries to replicate her favorite holiday traditions; Sheriff Forbes brings the holidays to Caroline; Jo disappears; Stefan must reveal devastating news)

Project Runway All Stars on Lifetime (The stakes are high as the designers roll the dice on the runway for a fashion gamble)

NFL Football on NFL Net (Arizona Cardinals at St. Louis Rams)

LATE NIGHT TV

David Letterman: Chris Rock, Sting

Jimmy Fallon: Dwayne Johnson, Barbara Walters, Rick Ross

Jimmy Kimmel: Blake Shelton, Laura Dern

Craig Ferguson: Kunal Nayyar, Sarah Chalke

Seth Meyers: Mark Wahlberg, Diane Von Furstenberg, Kyle Dunnigan, Bob Mould

Daily Show: Mick Foley

Colbert Report: "The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies" special

Conan O'Brien: Rosario Dawson, Joel Edgerton, Bahamas

Watch What Happens Live: Michael C. Hall, Olivia Munn

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Avril Lavigne has hinted that she is suffering from an undisclosed health issue. According to Billboard, Lavigne took to Twitter on Sunday to respond to a tweet from a fan account that read, "#GetWellSoonAvril #PrayForAvril" with a simple "thank you." The same Twitter account that posted the get well message later posted a screen shot of a direct message exchange with Lavinge, in which the "Sk8er Boi" singer explained, "I feel bad because I haven't been able to say anything to the fans to let them no [sic] why I've been absent… I'm having some health issues. So please keep me in your prayers." Some fans speculated that Lavigne is pregnant, but a rep for the singer has since confirmed that she is not.






With over 715 million views, Katy Perry's "Dark Horse" was YouTube's most-watched music video of 2014, while spider dogs, soccer and bendable iPhones were among the top trending videos. Below is a list of the top 10 music videos on YouTube in 2014:
  1. "Dark Horse," Katy Perry featuring Juicy J
  2. "Bailando," Enrique Iglesias featuring Descemer Bueno and Gente De Zona
  3. "Can't Remember to Forget You," Shakira featuring Rihanna
  4. "La La La," Shakira featuring Carlinhos Brown
  5. "Wiggle," Jason Derulo featuring Snoop Dogg
  6. "Fancy," Iggy Azalea featuring Charli XCX
  7. "Chandelier," Sia
  8. "Shake It Off," Taylor Swift
  9. "All About That Bass," Meghan Trainor
  10. "Anaconda," Nicki Minaj

PRIME TIME TV

Modern Family on ABC (The whole family takes Haley to a bar to celebrate her 21st birthday; Phil and Jay hit a snag while trying to pick up Haley's present; Lily asks Alex, Luke and Manny where babies come from)

blackish on ABC (Dre endeavors to take over the role of office Santa from the head of human resources; Bow gets sick of competing with Ruby over who cooks Christmas Eve dinner)

Nashville on ABC (Rayna feels conflicted about leaving the kids to go back on tour; Will is concerned when he catches Layla flirting; Teddy uses his power to find a recent flame; Sadie runs into an ex)

Survivor on CBS (A shocking tribal council results in one of the biggest blindsides yet; a sudden injury occurs -- just days before the game ends)

Chicago PD on NBC (Following a big heroin bust, Olinsky learns that the suspects are holding his wife hostage; Burgess and Roman get an assignment that pairs them with a K-9 officer: Roman's former partner (Spencer Grammer).

Hell's Kitchen on Fox (After receiving their black jackets, the final six contestants must create a dish using Omaha steaks; a contestant is kicked out of the competition during dinner service; the remaining contestants prepare gourmet dishes for ``glampers.')

Duck Dynasty on A&E (The Robertsons help out the mother of a longtime employee during the yuletide season; Jep, Jase, Martin and Godwin take part in a hammering competition; Kay and Si interrupt Willie's recording of a Christmas song)

South Park on Comedy Central (Cartmaan Bra is trending as the country prepares to watch the biggest holiday spectacular ever)

American Horror Story: Freak Show on FX (In the wake of a tragic loss, Jimmy sinks into a drunken despair; a reading from Maggie spurs Dandy to action; Stanley and Elsa track down the Twins)

Extreme Cheapskates on TLC (Sarah Gracel goes to junkyards to find Christmas gifts for her family; Shelley Watson makes a Christmas turkey mutation out of ground meat, chicken and turkey legs)

Hot in Cleveland on TV Land (Melanie and Jack want to add spice to their relationship; Victoria becomes a vodka spokesperson; Joy's new hairstyle backfires; Elka and Mayor Deacon have an affair)

LATE NIGHT TV

David Letterman: Meryl Streep, Rebel Wilson, J. Cole

Jimmy Fallon: Mark Wahlberg, Kevin Nealon

Jimmy Kimmel: Marisa Tomei, Smashing Pumpkins

Craig Ferguson: Mila Kunis, Bob Saget

Seth Meyers: Cameron Diaz, Richard Engel, Bob Mould

Daily Show: Suki Kim

Colbert Report: Sarah Koenig

Conan O'Brien: Rebecca Romijn, Robert Patrick, Mo Mandel

Watch What Happens Live: Diane Von Furstenberg, Hugh Bonneville


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Well that was quick! Us Weekly reports that Kate Hudson and her fiancee Matt Bellamy have called off their engagement -- and that Hudson has moved on by hooking up with Derek Hough. According to the outlet, Hudson and Bellamy were last seen together on the red carpet at Goldie Hawn's Love In For Kids event in Los Angeles on November 21. However, Hudson was spotted grabbing dinner with Hough this past weekend at the Nice Guy Restaurant in L.A. Hudson, who shares 3-year-old son Bingham Hawn with Bellamy, previously talked about Hough in a 2013 interview with Shape magazine. "My heart is really in contemporary jazz, but lately I've been ballroom dancing with Derek Hough," she told the mag.



Len Goodman will leave his post as head judge on Dancing With the Stars after its upcoming spring season, E! News reports. "Next year, I'm not going to do the flying backwards and forwards--I'm not going to do the American show," Goodman told reporters last week in the UK, where he also films the British version of Dancing With the Stars, called Strictly Come Dancing. "I've got to have a bit of time off... Dancing With the Stars--next year is their 10th year, it's the 20th [season] of the show. So I think that's a nice place to stop." ABC has yet to comment on Goodman's remarks, but a source says that DWTS producers brought in Julianne Hough as a judge during the most recent season in anticipation of Goodman leaving soon.




I Origins, Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead, Guardians of the Galaxy, Calvary, When the Game Stands Tall, Frank and Dolphin Tale 2 are all out on DVD today

Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. on ABC (Whitehall and Coulson's forces take part in an explosive confrontation that changes everyone's fate; Skye uncovers secrets about her past)

The Victoria's Secret Fashion Show on CBS (Adriana Lima, Alessandra Ambrosio, Doutzen Kroes, Candice Swanepoel, Lily Aldridge and Behati Prinsloo are among lingerie models at the annual event in London; scheduled performers include Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, Ariana Grande and Hozier)

The Voice on NBC (America's votes determine which three artists from the remaining five advance to the finals; the last nine eliminated contestants return to perform once more for a chance to earn a spot in the finals)

NBC News Special: Angelina Jolie: Unbroken on NBC (Angelina Jolie talks to Tom Brokaw about ``Unbroken,'' the film she directed about Olympic track star and World War II hero Louis Zamperini, and also discusses a possible future in politics and her marriage to actor Brad Pitt)

The Mindy Project on Fox (Mindy wonders if Danny will propose to her as the holidays approach; Morgan winds up on the perfect date)

The Flash on The CW (Barry enjoys holiday traditions with Joe and Iris -- and is faced with his nemesis; a touching moment with Iris is interrupted by Eddie's arrival)

Sons of Anarchy on FX (Ghosts loom large as Jax makes the final moves to fulfill his father's legacy)

True Tori on Lifetime (Tori is sent to the hospital; Tori and Dean must face their issues and decide if they will continue to document their lives on television)

LATE NIGHT TV

David Letterman: Ben Stiller, Olivia Munn, LaLa Brooks

Jimmy Fallon: Ricky Gervais, Steven Van Zandt, ILoveMakonnen

Jimmy Kimmel: Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit, Priority

Craig Ferguson: Michael Sheen

Seth Meyers: Rosario Dawson, Eugenio Derbez, Sturgil Simpson, Bob Mould

Carson Daly: Rivers Cuomo, Weezer, Shawn Christensen

Tavis Smiley: Angela Lansbury

Daily Show: Kathryn Bigelow, Juan Zarate

Colbert Report: James Corden

Conan O'Brien: tUnE-yArDs

Watch What Happens Live: Sandra Bernhard, Brandi Glanville

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Beyonce, Pharrell and Sam Smith lead the 2014 Grammy Award nominations with six nominations each. Beyonce's surprise self-titled release, Pharrell's G I R L and Smith's In the Lonely Hour will compete for album of the year, along with Beck's Morning Phase and Ed Sheeran's X. Meanwhile, Australian rapper Iggy Azalea earned four nominations including best rap album for The New Classic, best pop duo/group performance for "Fancy" featuring Charli XCX and best new artist. Sia, Beck, Jack White, Usher, Drake, and Jay Z are also among the artists nominated for four Grammy Awards each this year.
Grammy Nominations 2014, Top Categories:
  • Album of the year: Morning Phase, Beck; Beyonce, Beyonce; X, Ed Sheeran; In the Lonely Hour, Sam Smith; G I R L, Pharrell.
  • Record of the year: "Fancy," Iggy Azalea featuring Charli XCX; "Chandelier," Sia; "Stay With Me (Darkchild Version)," Sam Smith; "Shake It Off," Taylor Swift; "All About That Bass," Meghan Trainor.
  • Song of the year (songwriter's award): "All About That Bass," Meghan Trainor and Kevin Kadish; "Chandelier," Sia and Jesse Shatkin; "Shake It Off," Taylor Swift, Max Martin and Shellback; "Stay With Me (Darkchild Version)," Sam Smith, James Napier and William Phillips; "Take Me to Church," Hozier.
  • Best new artist: Iggy Azalea; Bastille; Brandy Clark; HAIM; Sam Smith.
  • Best pop vocal album: Ghost Stories, Coldplay; Bangerz, Miley Cyrus; My Everything, Ariana Grande; Prism, Katy Perry; X, Ed Sheeran; In the Lonely Hour, Sam Smith.
  • Best pop solo performance: "All of Me (Live)," John Legend; "Chandelier," Sia; "Stay With Me (Darkchild Version)," Sam Smith; "Shake It Off," Taylor Swift; "Happy (Live)," Pharrell.
  • Best country album: Riser, Dierks Bentley; The Outsiders, Eric Church; 12 Stories, Brandy Clark; Platinum, Miranda Lambert; The Way I'm Livin', Lee Ann Womack.
  • Best urban contemporary album: Sail Out, Jhene Aiko; Beyonce, Beyonce; X, Chris Brown; Mali Is, Mali Music; G I R L, Pharrell.
  • Best R&B album: Islander, Bernhoft; Lift Your Spirit, Aloe Blacc; Love, Marriage & Divorce, Toni Braxton and Babyface; Black Radio 2, Robert Glasper Experiment; Give the People What They Want, Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings.
  • Best rap album: The New Classic, Iggy Azalea; Because the Internet, Childish Gambino; Nobody's Smiling, Common; The Marshall Mathers LP2, Eminem; Oxymoron, Schoolboy Q; Blacc Hollywood, Wiz Khalifa.
  • Best rock album: Ryan Adams, Ryan Adams; Morning Phase, Beck; Turn Blue, the Black Keys; Magnetic Eye, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers; Songs of Innocence, U2.
  • Best alternative music album: This Is All Yours, Alt-J; Reflektor, Arcade Fire; Melophobia, Cage the Elephant; St. Vincent, St. Vincent; Lazaretto, Jack White.

Well, this is embarrassing: Kirk Cameron's new holiday movie Saving Christmas has been rated the worst movie ever, according to IMDb's Bottom 100 chart. The flick is currently rated at 1.3 out of 10 stars, based on users ratings on the movie database site. That means that the people have spoken and they think Saving Christmas is worse than disasters like Gigli and From Justin to Kelly. Meanwhile, just last week, Cameron thanked his fans on Facebook for their "incredible support."

NEW MUSIC
Smashing Pumpkins start the week by releasing their ninth studio album Monuments to an Elegy, which will serve as the latest installment of their ongoing Teargarden by Kaleidyscope project. Meanwhile, Angels & Airwaves drop their fifth studio album The Dream Walker, which will serve as one part of a multimedia project that will also include a short film, comic books, a graphic novel, videos, and animations. And country superstar Carrie Underwood releases Greatest Hits: Decade #1, a collection of her biggest songs so far -- including new single "Something in the Water." Rapper J. Cole also premieres his third studio album 2014 Forest Hills Drive.



In a new interview with Jonathan Ross on Saturday, Paul McCartney called the man who killed his former bandmate John Lennon "the jerk of jerks." "I was so sad that I was not going to see him again," McCartney said about learning of Lennon's death at the hands of Mark David Chapman on December 8, 1980. "And the guy who did it was the jerk of jerks. He was not politically motivated." McCartney also talked about this status of his relationship with Lennon at the time of his death, which he says was friendly. "There was acrimony in The Beatles," he explained. "But when he got killed we were friends. We used to call each other up and swap bread recipes."


The Great Christmas Light Fight on ABC (PREMIERE ... Eight families in Rohnert Park, Calif., Lebanon, Tenn., Springfield, Miss., Rowlett, Texas, Paincourtville, La., Coventry, R.I., Old Bridge, N.J., and El Paso, transform their homes for the holidays in hope of winning $50,000)

Mike & Molly on CBS (PREMIERE ... After being away at a writing workshop for eight weeks, Molly returns home and announces that her book is being published)

NCIS: Los Angeles on CBS (The team launches an investigation into the murders of Marines whose sons are in military academics; Sam reflects on his upbringing and his relationship with his dad)

The Voice on NBC (The top five artists perform in front of the coaches with the goal of earning America's vote; Blake performs his new single)

2 Broke Girls on CBS (Supermodels Lily Aldridge and Martha Hunt rent out Caroline and Max's apartment in order to have a girls weekend)

The Cosby Show: A Legend Under Fire on CNN (A tragic look at a beloved entertainers fall from grace amidst several damaging accusations)

WWE Monday Night RAW on USA (The 2014 WWE Slammy Awards - where the greatest Superstars and Divas are honored for their achievements. Host Seth Green)

LATE NIGHT TV

David Letterman: Joaquin Phoenix, Cristela Alonzo, Al Green

Jimmy Fallon: Chris Rock, Carrie Underwood

Jimmy Kimmel: Aaron Paul, Krysten Ritter, Bobby Shmurda

Craig Ferguson: Carrie Fisher, Dave Attell

Seth Meyers: Eliza Coupe, the Eeries, Bob Mould

Daily Show: Norman Lear

Colbert Report: President Barack Obama

Conan O'Brien: Evangeline Lilly, Jackson Browne

Watch What Happens Live: Todd Chrisley, Stassi Schroeder


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Tracy Morgan stepped out for the first time since following the the six-vehicle car crash that he was involved in this past June. The 30 Rock alum's rare public appearance took place on Wednesday outside a New Jersey post office. Morgan was seen walking slowly with the aid of a walker, while his fiancée Megan Wollover stayed close for support. When asked by a TMZ camera man how his recover was going, the 46-year-old comedian responded, "I'm fighting everyday." Morgan, who broke several bones and spent 10 days in the ICU after the crash, is currently in rehab and reportedly still struggling to fully recover from his injuries.



A man who threatened to kill Here Comes Honey Boo Boo star Mama June and her daughter Pumpkin on Facebook has been charged with making terroristic threats against the two former TV stars. TMZ reports that Andrew Kurt Summers faces a felony for threatening to shoot both Mama June and her daughter Pumpkin on the social-media site. Authorities in Georgia obtained a warrant against Summers, who turned himself in on Monday and has since been released on $15,000 bail. Summers has since told TMZ the whole thing was "a joke, a dumb mistake."


FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5

PRIME TIME TV

Shark Tank on ABC (A Brooklyn man pitches his business of foldable, wheeled luggage; a Texas woman makes soaps, washes and grooming products; a fashionable line of sports apparel for women; a single-serve wine product; an update on some of Lori Grenier's investments)

20/20 on ABC (The San Francisco police and a professional tracker plants tempting merchandise with hidden locating devices, and confront those who take the bait)

A Very Grammy Christmas on CBS (Performances of holiday songs and current hits; artists share holiday memories; Album of the Year nominees are announced; scheduled performers include Ariana Grande, Maroon 5, Tim McGraw, Pharrell Williams, Mary J. Blige, Sam Smith and Big Sean)

How Murray Saved Christmas on NBC (A cranky deli owner does a weirdly wonderful job when he finds himself forced to fill in for Santa one Christmas)

College Football on Fox (Pac-12 Championship: Arizona vs. Oregon)

America's Next Top Model on The CW (The final three models participate in a high-octane runway show in Seoul for fashion designer Lie Sang Bong; the finalists reminisce about their experiences; 2NE1 performs; the winner is announced)

A Tribute to Bruce Springsteen on PBS (Musicians perform Bruce Springsteen's greatest hits. Guests include Alabama Shakes, Elton John, John Legend, Mumford & Sons, Tom Morello and Jim James, Patti Smith, Sting, Neil Young and Zac Brown Band and Mavis Staples)

Kendra on Top: The Untold Story Part 1 on WE (A joint interview about Hank's sexual encounter with a transsexual model)

Saturday December 6

College Football on ABC (ACC Championship: Florida State vs. Georgia Tech)

College Football on Fox (Big Ten Championship: Ohio State vs. Wisconsin)

HBO New Movie of the Week: Grudge Match ... Starring: Robert De Niro, Sylvester Stallone, Kevin Hart, Kim Basinger, Alan Arkin. A boxing promoter offers two rival boxers the chance to come out of retirement for one final bout.

Saturday Night Live on NBC (Host James Franco; Nicki Minaj performs)

Sunday December 7

I Love Lucy Christmas Special on CBS (The Mertzes help the Ricardos decorate their Christmas tree; Ricky and Fred try housework while the girls take jobs on a conveyer belt at a candy factory)

Sunday Night NFL Football on NBC (New England Patriots at San Diego Chargers)

The Simpsons on Fox (When Homer stays out drinking with Moe on Christmas Eve, Marge tells him not to come home, leaving him to make a sad trek through the town)

The Millionaire Matchmaker on Bravo (PREMIERE ... Patti is excited to work with 41-year-old Larry Birkhead, the father of Anna Nicole Smith's daughter; Patti advises 38-year-old actress Melyssa Ford (``Blood, Sweat & Heels'') on finding love)

The Librarians on TNT (PREMIERE ... When someone begins killing off potential librarians, Flynn Carsen and Col. Eve Baird must save the three that are left; Flynn, Col. Baird and the potential librarians must stop the Serpent Brotherhood from returning magic to the world)

Christmas at Cartwright's on Hallmark (An angel delivers good fortune and the possibility of holiday romance to a struggling single mother who takes a job as a department store Santa Claus)

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It looks like Katy Perry might've been onto something when she referred to Taylor Swift as "the Regina George in sheep's clothing." The New York Daily News is reporting that Swift returned to perform at the Victoria's Secret fashion show this year under one condition -- that model Jessica Hart be banned from the runway. "It's not been announced that Jessica is not walking, but it was a direct request from Taylor that this be the case if she were to go," a Victoria's Secret insider dishes. Hart made headlines after last year's fashion show when she suggested that Swift didn't have what it takes to be a Victoria's Secret Model by commenting, "God bless her (Taylor Swift's) heart. I think she's great. But I don't know, to me, she didn't fit. I don't know if I should say that."



Mariah Carey opened the Rockefeller Center Tree Lighting last night with a live -- but very shaky -- performance of her hit "All I Want For Christmas Is You." According to Us Weekly, Carey was asked to sing the song live on Wednesday after arriving late to her planned pre-taped performance on Tuesday and being trashed by waiting fans on Twitter. Carey later apologized about the mix-up and tweeted that the situation was out of her control. Meanwhile, on the other side of the spectrum, the night included stellar performances of Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga covering "Walking In a Winter Wonderland," Idina Menzel singing "Holly Jolly Christmas" and a duet of "Baby It's Cold Outside" by Sara Bareilles and Seth MacFarlane.


PRIME TIME TV

The Taste on ABC (PREMIERE ... The home cooks and professional chefs compete in a childhood-inspired challenge; a competitor is sent home; guest judge Stephanie Izard)

Two and a Half Men on CBS (Alan decides to break Walden's rules so he can keep up an appearance of being cool in front of Louis)

Peter Pan Live! on NBC (The iconic tale of Peter Pan (Allison Williams), a boy who never wants to grow up, and his adventures with the Darling children)

The Vampire Diaries on The CW (Damon is in hot water after going forward with a plan that involves Alaric's unwilling participation; Elena is surprised by Jeremy's reaction to hopeful news about Bonnie; Liv is faced with a difficult choice)

Redneck Island on CMT (PREMIERE .. A group of 24 wild southerners move into a beautiful lake house in Georgia and compete for $100,000)

Project Runway All Stars on Lifetime (The designers meet British royalty in London, England and use this meeting as the inspiration to create winter wear)

NFL Football on NFL NET (Dallas Cowboys at Chicago Bears)

LATE NIGHT TV

David Letterman: Bill Murray, Foo Fighters with Tony Joe White (R 10/15/14)

Jimmy Fallon: Chris Rock, Ruth Wilson, Foo Fighters

Jimmy Kimmel: Ryan Seacrest, Rebecca Romijn

Craig Ferguson: Steve Carell, Max Greenfield

Seth Meyers: Jack McBrayer, Gael Garcia Bernal, Ex Hex (R 11/21/14)

Daily Show: Angelina Jolie

Colbert Report: Dr. Paul Farmer

Conan O'Brien: Jennifer Aniston, Bill Burr

Watch What Happens Live: Amy Sedaris, Deepak Chopra

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During her Tuesday interview with Howard Stern, Lady Gaga admitted that she initially thought Taylor Swift was "full of s**t." "You know, I've met her a few times, and I can't say anything bad about her," Gaga said. "It was at the AMAs or something – her and I were sitting next to each other, and she goes, 'Oh my god! I love ARTPOP! And I love 'Applause!' 'Applause is my favorite song!'" While Gaga initially thought Swift was being phony, she later got a call from a stylist friend who said that he was working with Swift on a shoot and that she was dancing to ARTPOP. "I said to myself, 'I like this girl.'" Gaga recalled. "You know why? Because she said the same thing to my face as she said behind my back."



An obsessed Ariana Grande fan who showed up at her record label dressed in a Santa suit has been placed on a psych hold. TMZ reports that Tim Normandin was placed in a mental facility for three days last week after being warned by cops to stop harassing the pop star. He responded by sending her presents like a 42-pound pumpkin, a $200 anklet from Kay Jewelers and a rock from the White Mountains of New Hampshire. The Santa suit, it seems, was the last straw. Normandin has since been released, and it remains to be seen whether Grande will file a restraining order.



Who are the world's richest musicians? On Monday, the website Wealth-X released its rankings, based on recording artists' net worths. The top 10 (along with what they're worth) are:
  1. Madonna, $800 million
  2. Paul McCartney, $660 million
  3. Dr. Dre, $650 million
  4. Sean "Diddy" Combs, $640 million
  5. Celine Dion, $630 million
  6. Bono, $590 million
  7. Mariah Carey, $520 million
  8. Jay Z, $510 million
  9. Elton John, $450 million
  10. Beyonce, $440 million

PRIME TIME TV

Modern Family on ABC (Claire and Phil worry that Alex's boyfriend is imaginary; Manny might ruin Jay's plan to avoid attending a party; Mitch and Cam's new white couch becomes a mishap waiting to happen)

blackish on ABC (Dre encourages the family to have each other's backs in the hope that everyone will feel more connected; Zoey and Andre Jr. must baby-sit the twin)

Nashville on ABC (Rayna agrees to broadcast a Christmas special from her home; Zoey, Gunnar and Avery have the opportunity to perform at Winterfest; Terry has a successful performance but cannot handle the limelight)

Survivor on CBS (Thirty grueling days into the competition, the contestants compete for a spot in the top six; A contestant bent on revenge targets a strong player)

Christmas in Rockefeller Center on NBC (Matt Lauer, Savannah Guthrie, Al Roker and Natalie Morales host the 82nd-annual tree-lighting ceremony in New York; musical guests include Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett, Cyndi Lauper, Seth MacFarlane, Sara Bareilles, Idina Menzel and Pentatonix)

Saturday Night Live on NBC (A compilation of the funniest holiday sketches.)

Hell's Kitchen on Fox (The contestants must each create two servings of the same amuse-bouche; the teams struggle with communication during dinner service)

Duck Dynasty on A&E (Willie takes temporary ownership of a Thoroughbred, which he and the guys enter into a race at a local track; Kay recruits Phil, Martin and Godwin to help her select a new birdbath for her yard)

Country Buck$ on A&E (Country-music singer Jason Aldean drops by the lodge and goes hunting with Hard Luck; Ryan gets a product pitch from his church pastor, which leads to a testing session with T-Carr and Bill)

American Horror Story: Freak Show on FX (Recent disappearances around camp raise Ethel's suspicion of Elsa)

Hot in Cleveland on TV Land (Joy and Bob take Victoria for a ride-along to prepare for her detective role; Elka and Melanie battle Agnes and Mona in a game competition at Stormi's)

LATE NIGHT TV

David Letterman: Taylor Swift, Tom Mison (R 10/28/14)

Jimmy Fallon: Angelina Jolie, Jack O'Connell, Nick Offerman, Yusuf

Jimmy Kimmel: Sofia Vergara, Rebecca Romijn

Craig Ferguson: Don Cheadle, Mary McCormack

Seth Meyers: Eva Longoria, Rob Riggle, Hozier (R 11/6/14)

Daily Show: Dave Grohl

Colbert Report: Christopher Nolan

Conan O'Brien: Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Billy Eichner, the Decemberists

Watch What Happens Live: Rachael Ray, Jenna Bush Hager

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On last night's episode of The Tonight Show, Martin Short and Jimmy Fallon went against Jerry Seinfeld and YouTube star Miranda Sings in a game of Pictionary. Unfortunately, both teams had an unsuccessful start when Miranda Sings failed to draw a mistletoe and Short ran out of time trying to figure out Fallon's hang-gliding doodle. Short then tried to gain the lead by getting Fallon to guess "piggy bank," but failed because his picture looked more like a snowman with a tail. "I guess you don't know art," Short told Fallon. With the score board still at zero, both teams went head to head in a lightning round with Short and Miranda Sings both drawing Mrs. Claus. After 30 seconds, both teams failed to correctly answer which resulted in the first ever Tonight Show Pictionary tie.



Surprise! Scarlett Johansson is officially off the market. Us Weekly has confirmed that the actress and her now-husband Romain Dauriac secretly tied the knot in a private ceremony in October. Rumors about a secret marriage reached an all-time high on Sunday, when The New York Post's Page Six reported that the couple had wed in "a very intimate ceremony after the birth of their daughter." The ceremony was reportedly officiated by Richard J. Miller on October 1 at the Ranch at Rock Creek in Philipsburg, Montana. Johansson, who gave birth to her and Dauriac's daughter Rose Dorothy in September, was previously married to Ryan Reynolds from 2008 to 2011.



Despite decidedly mixed reviews, a controversial digital giveaway and really creepy cover art, Rolling Stone has proclaimed U2's Songs of Innocence to be the best album of 2014, writing, "In its range of sounds, there may be no more complete U2 album." All told, the iconic music magazine listed its 50 best albums of the year. Here are the top 10:
  1. U2, Songs of Innocence
  2. Bruce Springsteen, High Hopes
  3. The Black Keys, Turn Blue
  4. St. Vincent, St. Vincent
  5. Miranda Lambert, Platinum
  6. Charli XCX, Sucker
  7. Lana Del Rey, Ultraviolence
  8. Run the Jewels, Run the Jewels 2
  9. Mac DeMarco, Salad Days
  10. Taylor Swift, 1989


Is Rosie O'Donnell getting axed from The View again? TMZ is reporting that the comedian's "impossibly rude" attitude is pissing people off and has prompted executives to take action. They claim that the 52-year-old most likely won't finish out the current season and that another season is "out of the question." However, O'Donnell's rep has dismissed the claims, saying, "This is yet another in a long line of fabricated stories." The last time O'Donnell left The View was after a tumultuous run that ended in 2007. ABC brought her back, as well as new co-hosts Rosie Perez and Nicolle Wallace this season in an effort to increase ratings.



The Congress, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, The Hundred-Foot Journey, As Above/So Below, The Hero of Color City, Cantinflas, Kite and Field of Lost Shoes are all out on DVD today

PRIME TIME TV

Toy Story That Time Forgot on ABC (While at a post-Christmas play date, the gang finds itself in uncharted territory after some cool new action figures turn out to be delusional, leaving it up to Trixie to save the day)

Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. on ABC (SHIELD discovers the ancient city but uncovering the secrets may require a major sacrifice; May and Skye are determined to get Raina before Whitehall.)

The Voice on NBC (The artists face elimination; RaeLynn performs)

Chicago Fire on NBC (A house fire puts a couple in danger; Dawson and Casey are pushed apart; the Chicago Holiday Fest gives Molly's II a chance to shine)

MasterChef on Fox (The remaining cooks split into teams to run a restaurant, with the winning team advancing to the semifinals)

The Mindy Project on Fox (Mindy's efforts to help Peter with his living situation complicate her relationship with Danny; Jeremy and Morgan watch Lauren's baby)

The Flash on The CW (Barry is thrilled when a case brings Oliver, Diggle and Felicity to Central City; a metahuman named Ray Bivolo -- who causes people to lose control of their emotions -- infects Barry; Eddie wants a task force to stop the Flash, infuriating Iris)

Sons of Anarchy on FX (With tensions mounting and truths finally revealed, Jax must make the ultimate decision)

CMT Artists of the Year 2014 on VH1 (LIVE ... From Nashville, Tenn.; honorees include Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, Florida Georgia Line, Miranda Lambert and Keith Urban.)

LATE NIGHT TV

David Letterman: Jennifer Lawrence, Boris Johnson (R 11/12/14)

Jimmy Fallon: Reese Witherspoon, David Sedaris, Rae Sremmurd

Jimmy Kimmel: Ethan Hawke, Timothy Spall, Walk The Moon

Craig Ferguson: Kristen Bell, Henry Winkler

Seth Meyers: Elijah Wood, Cecily Strong, Ella Henderson (R 11/5/14)

Carson Daly: Tone Bell, Coves, "The Overnighters" (R 10/29/14)

Daily Show: Dave Grohl

Colbert Report: Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga

Conan O'Brien: Kellan Lutz, Gavin DeGraw

Watch What Happens Live: Gabrielle Union, Kyle Richards



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Following the bizarre 15-minute video he posted last week in which he claimed he was broke and living in a Holiday Inn, Creed frontman Scott Stapp uploaded two more clips that featured him rambling about his financial woes and vengeance finding those who wronged him. However, he deleted them all on Friday after the content went viral. "I'm going to step back and let God control everything from here on. I should have continued to do that before I allowed my hurt, frustration, and emotions take control and post those videos," Stapp wrote on his Facebook page. Meanwhile, Stapp's wife Jaclyn Stapp has filed documents requesting that the singer be committed for 60 days so that he can get help. Additionally, in a divorce petition, she claimed that Stapp had been "doing so much amphetamines, crystal meth and steroids that he has become a paranoid shell who has threatened to kill himself and harm his family."



If this isn't bad karma, we don't know what is: The Sun reports that Justin Bieber has abandoned the American bulldog puppy he adopted earlier this year. Bieber allegedly dropped off his adorable pup named Karma with Ontario-based trainer Trevor Dvernichuk back in February and has yet to come back for her. While Dvernichukhas has tried repeatedly to get in contact with the pop star, Bieber has not responded to calls and has not paid for the puppy's upkeep. This isn't the first time that Bieber proved an awful pet owner; he previously gifted his pet hamster Pac to a random fan and had his pet monkey Mally confiscated while on tour in Germany. Bieber first got Karma in December 2013, when he picked her up from Ruffin's Pet Centre in Stratford, Ontario.

PRIME TIME TV

CMA Country Christmas on ABC (Music stars -- including Carrie Underwood, Lucy Hale, Idina Menzel, LeAnn Rimes, Little Big Town and Hunter Hayes -- get into the Christmas spirit by performing holiday songs; Jennifer Nettles hosts)

The Voice on NBC (The top eight artists perform for the judges in hope of earning America's vote; Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams perform; Nick Jonas performs)

Greatest Holiday Commercials Countdown on The CW (Hosts Heather McDonald and Matt Weinhold countdown the 12 best holiday commercials from all over the world)

Monday Night Football on ABC (Miami Dolphins at New York Jets)

WWE Monday Night RAW on USA (It's Cyber Monday, and the anonymous RAW General Manager is in charge.)

LATE NIGHT TV

David Letterman: Jim Carrey, David Tennant (R 10/29/14)

Jimmy Fallon: Martin Short, Gabrielle Union, Mary J. Blige

Jimmy Kimmel: Don Rickles, Kevin Harvick, Chase Rice

Craig Ferguson: Lisa Kudrow, Dominic Monaghan

Seth Meyers: Carrie Underwood, Brad Paisley, Mark Consuelos, T.I. (R 10/27/14)

Daily Show: Andrew Napolitano

Colbert Report: Sen. John McCain

Conan O'Brien: Mindy Kaling, A.J. Jacobs, D.J. Demers

Watch What Happens Live: Lisa Edelstein, Jax Taylor

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