Oh snap! Miley Cyrus has fired back at Katy Perry for telling Australian morning show Sunrise that she pulled away from the "Wrecking Ball" singer's mid-concert attempt to make out with her because, "God knows where that tongue has been." Miley, clearly alluding to Katy's womanizer ex-boyfriend John Mayer, tweeted, "Girl if you're worried about where tongues have been, good thing your ex boo is your EX BOO because we ALL know where THAT been." Unfortunately, for those hoping for a catfight between the two pop stars, Katy seemed to take the comments in stride, tweeting back, "Oooo gurrrl I'm gonna give you the BIGGEST spanking when I see you..."
On last night's episode of The Tonight Show, Lindsay Lohan played a game of "Water War" with Jimmy Fallon. The two had to turn over cards and whoever won the hand got to throw a glass of cold water over their opponent. The 27-year-old was the first to get a cup thrown in her face and later retaliated by pouring a glass down the host's pants. Ultimately, LiLo won the game. Her prize? A giant super soaker. The actress used it to attack Fallon, much to the crowd's delight.
Aaron Carter and Hilary Duff dated for almost three years before he screwed her over by cheating with Lindsay Lohan. Now the 26-year-old is trying to win back his Disney princess. After retweeting a present-day photo of Duff, Carter tweeted, "Don't be that stupid douche that loses the love of your life forever.. Like me…" He then declared, I'll spend the rest of my life trying to better myself to get back to her," Carter, 26, continued. "I don't care what ANY of you think." Duff hasn't responded. But she is single -- the singer-actress announced her separation from huband Mike Comrie, with whom she shares son Luca, in January.
Out in theaters: 300: Rise of an Empire, Mr. Peabody & Sherman, The Grand Budapest Hotel, Haunt, Grand Piano and The Face of Love
Shark Tank on ABC (A bike lighting system; clothing with reinforced knees and built-in squeakers for crawling babies; a shoe buffing pad that attaches to a power drill; modular shoelaces)
Undercover Boss on CBS (Three previously featured bosses ask employees to go under cover for a second look inside their organizations)
20/20 on ABC (Inside looks at dry cleaners, nail salons, movie theaters, baggage handlers and movers)
Dateline NBC (After a 16-year-old disappears, the girls parents are surprised her closest friends are hold a dark secret)
Betty White's Off Their Rockers on Lifetime (Betty considers writing an autobiography, launches an energy drink and knits a sweater. Betty invites the team to give her feedback; Betty teaches her protege how to give an acceptance speech.)
Cesar 911 on NatGeoWild (PREMIERE .. Cesar comes to the rescue of a dog that has bitten members of its family)
WWE Friday Night SmackDown! on SyFy (The Big Show returns with a vengeance
David Letterman: Lenny Marcus, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts
Jimmy Fallon: Stephen Colbert, Keri Russell, Broken Bells
Jimmy Kimmel: Ellen DeGeneres, Tom Ford, Sky Ferreira (R 2/26/14)
Craig Ferguson: Aaron Paul, Andi Osho
Seth Meyers: Kenan Thompson, Johnny Weir, Tara Lipinski, Sarah Lewis
Carson Daly: Doug Benson, No, Justine Marino (R 12/19/13)
Chelsea Lately: Michelle Dockery, Dustin Ybarra, Fortune Feimster, Kurt Braunohler (R 2/27/14)
Arsenio Hall: Mark Burnett, Roma Downey, Diogo Morgado, Jeff Perry, David Banner, Animal
Saturday Night Live on NBC (Host Lena Dunham; The National performs.)
NASCAR Sprint Cup: Kobalt 400 on Fox (From Las Vegas Motor Speedway in Las Vegas)
The Walking Dead on AMC (One group finds a shelter; a group has a realization about protection)
Keeping Up With the Kardashians on E! (Khloé must make a choice about her relationship with Lamar; Kourtney takes Scott on a getaway; Rob receives news about his health)
True Detective on HBO (Hart and Cohle get a new lead in their 17-year-old case)
Lindsay on OWN (Lindsay Lohan moves to New York to work on her sobriety and career after her sixth time in rehab)
Oprah Prime on OWN (Russell Brand's experience as a recovering addict)
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Prince took over The Arsenio Hall Show last night rocking a black fur vest, gold chains and a '70s afro. During the episode, the famously private star performed three songs: his new single "FunkNRoll," "She's Always in My Hair" and "Mutiny." However, the highlight of the show was hands down the eccentric superstar's sitdown to chat with Hall. People has compiled the five most interesting things that The Purple One revealed during his appearance:
Video has gone viral of BuzzFeed interviewing House of Cards star Kevin Spacey on the Oscars red carpet. Instead of inquiring about his latest projects and movies, they decided to ask him questions usually reserved for female celebrities, such as "What are you wearing tonight?" When asked who did his hair, Spacey perfectly responded, "It just happens. It's not a big deal." When asked if he dieted to get ready for the big night, he declared, "God no. Absolutely not." Best of all, the Oscar-winning actor also didn't seem to know what a mani-pedi or Spanx are.
Pharrell Williams gave a 9-year-old San Antonio boy the surprise of a lifetime this week when he sent the boy a personal video message wishing him well. Damon, who was recently diagnosed with Osteosarcoma bone cancer, has been trying to keep his spirits up by listening to Pharrell's song "Happy." When a family friend sought to get the boy a signed picture from Pharrell, the musician decided to take it one step further. In addition to commending Damon on his bravery and urging him to embrace the present, Pharrell invited the boy to attend one of his concerts whenever he feels up for it.
Ready for yet another reboot to hit Hollywood? Keeping with the theme of "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" that's currently sweeping the movie industry, director Steven Spielberg is rumored to be interested in remaking West Side Story. Fox currently owns the rights to the iconic 1961 movie musical, which took home the Oscar that year for Best Picture. While no further details have been released, it does have some wondering when the 67-year-old director will find the time. In addition to serving as a producer on Transformers: Age of Extinction, he's committed to Jurassic World, as well as two Tintin sequels.
- He doesn't own a cell phone. When he needs to make a call, Prince just asks to borrow someone's cell. "Everybody I know has one," he explains.
- If he wasn't singing he would be a teacher. Prince revealed that if he absolutely had to choose a different calling, he'd "want to teach in some capacity."
- He may be coming to a city near you. Prince loves traveling. "For the past couple of years I've been studying on my own and learning about history and trying to plan to go to the places I've been reading about," he said.
- Don't get too close to the 'fro. In response to a fan who asked what his pet peeve was, Prince responded, "Strangers touching my hair."
- He's a chef. When quizzed about his favorite household chose, Prince replied, "I can cook." But he only whips up one thing. Omelets. "All my friends have high cholesterol," he joked.
Grey's Anatomy on ABC (Couples panic when the hospital announces a nonfraternization policy; Owen and Emma discuss the future; Meredith and Cristina have some girl time; Richard asks the residents for help with a rare cancer case)
The Big Bang Theory on CBS (Bernadette tries to negotiate peace between Sheldon and Wolowitz; Penny receives an embarrassing offer; Raj wants Amy to write to a woman on his behalf)
Two and a Half Men on CBS (Walden thinks his girlfriend is cheating on him; Alan starts dating Larry's sister, Gretchen (Kimberly Williams-Paisley)
The Crazy Ones on CBS (A longing for grandchildren compels Simon to interfere with Sydney's new relationship; Andrew and Zach try working with different partners)
Community on NBC (Dean Pelton lets two designers test their new social networking application at Greendale, leading to a war among the students; Professor Hickey decides to go underground until the battle ends)
Parks and Recreation on NBC (Leslie's efforts to take down the wall separating Eagleton and Pawnee yield unexpected results; Ben and Tom meet with possible sponsors for the concert; Ron finds a new hobby)
American Idol on Fox (The contestants face elimination; Phillip Phillips performs; Kodaline performs)
The Vampire Diaries on The CW (Nadia remembers the centuries she spent searching for her mother; Matt, Stefan and Caroline try desperately to save Elena; Bonnie uncovers a terrifying secret that puts her friends at risk)
Anger Management on FX (Charlie tries to tempt his best party buddy when he becomes a priest)
Project Runway: Under the Gunn on Lifetime (The designers must use beach party materials to create their looks)
iMPACT Wrestling on Spike (World Heavyweight Champ Magnus and challenger Samoa Joe battle before their match at Lockdown. The 6-Man Elimination Match with MVP and The Wolves vs. Roode, Aries and Robbie E)
Here Comes Honey Boo Boo on TLC (Someone is not flushing the toilet; June finds an apartment flyer in Anna's room; Sugar Bear still has babies on the brain. Alana and Anna share a birthday; June decides to teach Alana about menstruation; June's period is late.)
David Letterman: Andrew Hadlock, Bob Mould
Jimmy Fallon: Lindsay Lohan, Billy Eichner, Bad Things
Jimmy Kimmel: Aaron Paul, Bellamy Young, Jetta
Craig Ferguson: Rosie Perez
Seth Meyers: Martha Stewart, Lil Jon
Carson Daly: Neil deGrasse Tyson, LP, Chris Burkard
Daily Show: Paul Taylor
Colbert Report: Theaster Gates
Chelsea Lately: Allison Janney, Whitney Cummings, Fortune Feimster, Brad Wollack, guest host Mary McCormack
Conan O'Brien: Kristin Chenoweth, Billy Connolly, Drive-By Truckers
Arsenio Hall: Rick Ross, Brie & Nikki Bella, Natalie "Natalya" Neidhart, Ariane "Cameron" Andrews, Trinity "Naomi" Uso, Eva Marie, Summer Rae
Conan O'Brien has been tapped to host this year's MTV Movie Awards. "After eight years of intense negotiations, I am honored to announce I am hosting MTV's second-most prestigious awards show," O'Brien announced. Shiny buckets of popcorn honoring the best kisses, fights, gut-wrenching performances and more will be handed out April 13 at Los Angeles' Nokia Theater. The nominees will be revealed Thursday morning.
Mila Kunis is heading to Two and a Half Men to romance Ashton Kutcher. Kunis will appear alongside her real-life fiancé and former That '70s Show costar Kutcher in an episode airing later season. According to CBS, Kunis will play Vivian, described as a "young, beautiful free-spirited traveler." Look for Kunis' character to show up on Walden's (Kutcher) doorstep where the two will feel an instant connection. Walden will think Vivian is "the one," but of course there's a catch: He's about to propose to someone else. No premiere date for Kunis' Two and a Half Men episode was released.
Empire, the hip-hop industry drama now in development for FOX, has added Timberland to its roster of talent. Timbaland is the latest to board the pilot starring Terrence Howard and Taraji P. Henson, which hails from Lee Daniels, Danny Strong and Imagine's Brian Grazer. Timbaland will serve as songwriter and song producer on Empire, which will feature a mix of new and existing music. Timbaland's role may resemble T Bone Burnett's for the pilot of Nashville. Empire centers on Lucious Lyon (Howard), a music superstar who is about to take his company public.
Modern Family on ABC (Cameron feels competitive when a popular teacher returns from sabbatical; Haley goes to a realtor's banquet with Phil; Mitch struggles to get his bearings at his new job; Jay and Gloria babysit Lily)
Nashville on ABC (Avery feels overwhelmed by Juliette's success; money trouble makes it difficult for Rayna to sign new artists; Deacon runs into an old friend at an AA meeting; Scarlett gets more wrapped up with Liam)
Survivor on CBS (A monster monsoon leaves spirits drenched; contestants try to avoid another trip to tribal council by winning a challenge)
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation on CBS (A murdered Elvis impersonator has a strange connection with a bird)
Chicago PD on NBC (Voight's son may be involved with the Fitori murder case, intensifying tension between Antonio and Voight; Ruzek helps Burgess get retribution)
American Idol on Fox (The dozen remaining finalists perform)
Duck Dynasty on A&E (Jase and the guys build a playhouse for Jep's children, but the finished structure ends up looking like a duck blind; Phil and Si tease Willie when a project takes longer than expected to complete)
Wahlburgers on A&E (Alma attempts to gather up all of her children's favorite recipes to share with the public; Mark challenges an old friend to eat a very unique burger)
Ali G: Rezurection on FXXX (Bruno attends New York Fashion Week; Ali G visits the Philadelphia Police Academy; Borat gives speed dating a shot)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Tom Selleck, Carrie Brownstein, David Nail
Jimmy Fallon: Annette Bening, Norman Reedus, the Avett Brothers
Jimmy Kimmel: Ricky Gervais, Kongos
Craig Ferguson: Carson Kressley, Lena Headey, Panic! At the Disco
Seth Meyers: Rick Ross
Carson Daly: "Risk", Icona Pop, the Missing Picture
Daily Show: Rachel Maddow
Colbert Report: Beau Willimon
Chelsea Lately: Justin Willman, Ian Karmel, Heather McDonald, guest host Khloe Kardashian
Conan O'Brien: Jeff Goldblum, Angie Harmon
Arsenio Hall: Prince
Taylor Swift has obtained a restraining order against a stalker who believes he is married to her and has threatened to kill anyone who stands in his way. Swift filed legal documents stating that the man, Timothy Sweet, has been stalking her since 2011. Sweet has written a number of disturbing letters, emails and posts on social media stating things like, "If anyone in Taylor Swift's family gets killed, it is not my fault" and "Dearest Taylor, I'll kill any man who gets in the way of our marriage. Message to John Kerry, Secretary of State." He also claims that he and Swift are married and live in Beverly Hill together. A judge has ordered Sweet to stay at least 100 yards away from Swift, her parents and her brother
Scarlett Johansson is expecting her first child with her fiancé Romain Dauriac. The news comes just six months after Johansson, 29, got engaged to 31-year-old Dauriac, a French journalist. Back in January, the actress told People of her engagement, "I'm very happy. He's my buddy. Being engaged is an exciting time to enjoy and to really savor." She also told Good Morning America, "I'm not doing any wedding planning."
Wondering what happened to all the celebrity cash Ellen DeGeneres collected in Pharrell Williams' hat at the Oscars on Sunday night? It went to a good cause. DeGeneres gave the collection, totaling around $600, to Edgar Martirosyan, the man who delivered the Big Mama's and Papa's pizzas to the ceremony. She then had Martirosyan as a guest on her show yesterday, where she gave him another $400, making his Oscars delivery tip a total of $1,000. Martirosyan confirmed that he had no idea he was going to walk out onto the live Oscars telecast: "They told me I'm just going to deliver for writers and then when I was there they just told me wait here… You said just follow me and I'm going, then I'm on a stage… I was in shock."
The Grandmaster, Oldboy, 12 Years a Slave, Girl Rising, Hours, The Iran Job, Last Days on Mars, Cold Comes the Night and Mexican Sunrise are all out on DVD today
PRIME TIME TV
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. on ABC (In an attempt to save Skye, Coulson enlists the help of Ward's former S.O. John Garrett (Bill Paxton); shocking truths are uncovered)
NCIS on CBS (Someone winds up dead when DiNozzo confronts a man impersonating a Navy officer; DiNozzo's father has a secret)
NCIS: Los Angeles on CBS (The team and an undercover DEA agent must determine if an explosion at a fish market was an act of terror or a smuggling deal gone wrong; a helicopter crash may be tied to Kensi and Granger's search for the white ghost)
The Voice on NBC (More vocalists participate in blind auditions)
Glee on Fox (When Sam, Tina and Blaine plan a lock-in at the school, Becky unexpectedly joins in; Elliot (Adam Lambert) gets caught in Santana and Rachel's feud)
New Girl on Fox (Nick and Jess must adjust to the lack of personal space when Jess moves into his bedroom; Cece thinks Abby (Linda Cardellini) is taking advantage of Schmidt; Winston struggles to get physically fit)
Brooklyn Nine-Nine on Fox (All the regional precincts compete in a mandatory training course; Amy runs into an officer she used to date; Rosa is mad when Charles doesn't invite her to his wedding)
Tosh.0 on Comedy Central (Daniel attempts to turn every home in America into a public restroom; plays a game the censors will hate; a guy who doesn't take direction from women gets a Web redemption)
Dance Moms on Lifetime (Chloe and Kalani go head-to-head on the dance floor; Abby promises a starring role to the winner of an improvised dance off, but revokes this when Kendall wins; Abby pushes MacKenzie's pop career with a solo)
Teen Mom 2 on MTV (Kailyn has a meltdown; Leah and Jeremy meet with Corey to discuss Ali starting school; Aubree meets Adam's baby; Jenelle learns a plea bargain may be possible)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Michael Keaton, Phantogram
Jimmy Fallon: Chelsea Handler, Lea Michele
Jimmy Kimmel: Jane Lynch, Omar Epps, Amos Lee
Craig Ferguson: Elijah Wood, Keke Palmer, Glasvegas
Seth Meyers: Ralph Fiennes, Allison Williams, Mike Birbiglia
Carson Daly: Tony Revolori, Kodaline, Ron Josol
Daily Show: Jim DeMint
Colbert Report: Jaron Lanier
Chelsea Lately: Kid Cudi, Josh Wolf, Sarah Colonna, Ross Mathews, guest host Gabourey Sidibe
Conan O'Brien: Betty White, Jason Momoa, American Authors
Arsenio Hall: Draya Michelle, Malaysia Pargo, Brandi Maxiell
White-tuxedoed Dallas Buyers Club co-stars Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto won Oscars for Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor last night, while 12 Years a Slave was named Best Picture. Coming up short in that category was Gravity, which nevertheless walked away with seven gold statues, including Best Director for Alfonso Cuaron. Cate Blanchett won Best Actress for her turn in Woody Allen's Blue Jasmine, while Slave's Lupita Nyong'o topped American Hustle's Jennifer Lawrence for Best Supporting Actress. Hustle's futility was perhaps the lone surprise in an evening which otherwise went according to script.
Gwen Stefani remains in a house full of boys. The No Doubt singer welcomed her third child, another son, with husband Gavin Rossdale on Friday. The rock star couple gave their new baby another awesome name: Apollo Bowie Flynn Rossdale. Apollo joins his two brothers, 5-year-old Zuma and 7-year-old Kingston.
A week before his new show Saint George premiers on FX, George Lopez was arrested after being found passed out on a casino floor in Canada. Ultimately, Lopez wasn't charged with any crimes, but photos posted to Twitter show the actor curled up on the ground inside the casino bar at Caesars Windsor in Windsor, Ontario. Lopez released a statement saying he'd "tied one on" and was "trying to sleep it off. Unfortunately, it was on the casino floor." He then joked about his arrest onstage, claiming he did 52 shots before passing out, and that he "just did in Windsor what Justin Bieber does in America."
Pharrell Williams' second solo album G I R L is the most hyped new release of the week. The album contains Williams' Oscar-nominated mega-hit "Happy," as well as collaborations with Miley Cyrus, Alicia Keys, Justin Timberlake and Daft Punk. Ashanti's star has faded since her hit-making days in the early '00s, but she's attempting to make a comeback with Braveheart, her first album in six years. Rick Ross is featured on one track, "I Got It," and he also has his own new record coming out this week. Mastermind, the rapper's sixth album, is earning positive early reviews and contains the Jay Z-featuring lead single "The Devil Is a Lie."
PRIME TIME TV
The Bachelor: The Women Tell All on ABC (Seventeen of the bachelorettes confront Juan Pablo and each other; Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici talk about their honeymoon; sneak peek of the season finale)
How I Met Your Mother on CBS (Robin and Lily have a fight on the morning of the wedding; Barney can't decide what suit to wear; the gang watch a movie that Ted didn't want them to see)
Mike & Molly on CBS (Samuel wants to be a standup comic; Molly offers advice to Harry which leads to him challenging his protective mother)
The Voice on NBC (More vocalists take part in blind auditions)
The Following on Fox (Ryan and the FBI's search for Lily Gray is redirected when Max is faced with a new threat; Joe, Mandy and Emma realize everything isn't what it seems at their new hideout)
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills on Bravo (The Puerto Rico trip ends with golf, shopping and the threat of arrest; Brandi surprises her parents; Kim and Yolanda's daughters go to college; Lisa tells Carlton why she left Puerto Rico in the middle of the night)
Fashion Police on E! (Fashion do's and don'ts from the 2014 Academy Awards; guest star Jen Rade)
WWE Monday Night RAW on USA (How will Brock Lesnar handle the Undertaker's WrestleMania challenge?)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Future Islands
Jimmy Fallon: Tina Fey, Randy Newman
Jimmy Kimmel: Gonzo, Fitz & the Tantrums
Craig Ferguson: Meredith Vieira
Seth Meyers: Brian Williams, the Hold Steady
Tavis Smiley: Alicia Keys, Herb Alpert
Daily Show: Seth MacFarlane
Colbert Report: Caitlin Flanagan
Chelsea Lately: Cameron Diaz, Chris Franjola, Arden Myrin, Loni Love
Conan O'Brien: Malin Akerman, Jim Jefferies, James Durbin
Pete Holmes: John Daly
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Has Ashton Kutcher popped the question to his gorgeous girlfriend Mila Kunis? Yesterday, Kunis was spotted out shopping wearing a diamond ring on her left ring finger, and E! is claiming that they've confirmed the couple is engaged. The former That '70s Show co-stars have been dating for two years. They've been coy about their relationship in the past, but yesterday Kunis posted an Instagram photo of herself smiling with Kutcher, along with the caption, "I love you @kutcher78." Hmmm... was that happy photo meant to be a celebration of their engagement?
Remember when, last year, NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon teamed up with Pepsi Max to make an epic prank video, taking an unsuspecting car salesman on the test drive from hell? Well, a number of people thought the video was faked, including Jalopnik's Travis Okulski. So Pepsi and Gordon decided to prank Okulski to prove the first video was real. This time, Gordon dressed up as an ex-con taxi driver who ended up getting chased by police. Said Okulski of riding in Gordon's cab, "I thought I was going to die." However, he still thinks the original video was faked.
In honor of this weekend's Academy Awards, Billboard's put together a list of the top 50 songs from movies that have hit the Hot 100. The rankings are based on Hot 100 chart performance. Here are the top 10:
Liam Neeson's latest action thriller is Non-Stop, about a U.S. Air Marshal trying to save a passenger plane from a terrorist threat. John Cusack stars in The Bag Man as a henchman hired to protect a package at a remote motel. In the drama Bottled Up, Melissa Leo plays a woman whose daughter becomes addicted to prescription pills. The animated children's film Ernest & Célestine features the voices of Forest Whitaker and Mackenzie Foy as a bear and a mouse who form an unlikely friendship.
Maks is back! Hunky dance pro Maksim Chmerkovskiy is set to return to Dancing With the Stars for its 18th season, sources say. Maks had left the show after its 15th season, although he did make one guest appearance apiece during the 16th and 17th seasons. Coincidentally, one of Maks' former dance partners, Erin Andrews, is joining DWTS as a co-host this season. Neither Maks' reps nor ABC have commented on the casting news yet. The upcoming season's full cast, including which dance pros will be returning, will be announced on Good Morning America on March 4.
- "You Light Up My Life," Debby Boone (from You Light Up My Life)
- "Endless Love," Lionel Richie & Diana Ross (from Endless Love)
- "(Everything I Do) I Do It For You," Bryan Adams (from Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves)
- "The Theme From 'A Summer Place,'" Percy Faith And His Orchestra (from A Summer Place)
- "How Deep Is Your Love," Bee Gees (from Saturday Night Fever)
- "Eye of the Tiger," Survivor (from Rocky III)
- "Flashdance. . . What A Feeling," Irene Cara (from Flashdance)
- "Night Fever," Bee Gees (from Saturday Night Fever)
- "I Will Always Love You," Whitney Houston (from The Bodyguard)
- "End of the Road," Boyz II Men (from Boomerang)
PRIME TIME TV
Shark Tank on ABC (A unique dating service; eco-friendly bamboo cleaning cloths; a fitted sheet and sleeping bag combo for making beds quickly; a buzzing medical device)
Undercover Boss on CBS (Utah Jazz CEO Greg Miller's team spirit is tested when he is asked to be a human basketball hoop while he is undercover)
Fashion Police on E! (model Anne V; athlete Deion Sanders; guest host Chanel Iman)
Real Time With Bill Maher on HBO (Author Christopher Leonard; actor Bruce Dern; economist Austan Goolsbee; commentator Margaret Hoover; editor Bill Kristol)
Betty White's Off Their Rockers on Lifetime (Betty trains her protege; salad dressing launch; awards for the best prank)
WWE Friday Night SmackDown! on SyFy (``The Animal'' Batista unchained. Plus, a special look at the return of The Undertaker)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Jack Hanna, Jake Johannsen
Jimmy Fallon: Cameron Diaz, Ralph Fiennes, Mario Batali
Jimmy Kimmel: Rerun TBA
Craig Ferguson: Sarah Chalke, Roddy Hart & the Lonesome Fire
Seth Meyers: Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart, Sophia Bush, Michael Che
Carson Daly: Ben Schwartz, Soko, Jacob Escobedo
Arsenio Hall: Jada Pinkett Smith, Isaac Lufkin, Ralphie May, Geoff Br
NHL Hockey on NBC (Pittsburgh Penguins at Chicago Blackhawks ... LIVE ... From Soldier Field in Chicago)
Saturday Night Live on NBC (Host Jim Parsons; Beck performs)
NASCAR Sprint Cup: The Profit on CNBC 500 on Fox (from Phoenix International Raceway in Avondale, Ariz)
Live From The Red Carpet: The 2014 Academy Awards on E! (welcome the stars on the red carpet at the 2014 Academy Awards)
Oscars Red Carpet Live! on ABC (Guests arrive for the 86th-annual Academy Awards ceremony; Robin Roberts, Lara Spencer, Jess Cagle and Tyson Beckford host.)
The Oscars on ABC (Honors for achievements in film take place at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles; performances by U2, Pharrell Williams, Idina Menzel, Karen O and Bette Midler; Ellen DeGeneres hosts)
The Amazing Race on CBS (Mallory and Mark struggle with communication and a major mistake puts them in jeopardy)
The Walking Dead on AMC (An enlightening mission springs from a request from one of the group members)
True Detective on HBO (Hart and Cohle investigate a string of disappearances that may be tied to the Dora Lange murder and the Tuttle family)
Jimmy Kimmel Live: After the Oscars on ABC (Actor Kevin Spacey; special appearances include Ellen DeGeneres, Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks, Martin Scorsese, Chris Hemsworth, Liam Hemsworth, Christoph Waltz, Ben Kingsley and more)
A moving truck was spotted outside Katy Perry's house on Wednesday shortly after news broke that she and boyfriend John Mayer had broken up again. According to Us Weekly, the pop star, 29, and notorious womanizer, 36, had been fighting. "Of course this happens all the time, I can't keep track anymore," a source says. "But for now they are done." The on-again-off-again couple first went public in the summer of 2012, and were rumored to be headed toward marriage after a brief split last March. But curiously, Mayer hasn't tweeted since Monday and he was noticeably absent from Perry's side during her recent trips to London and Milan.
During an appearance on The Tonight Show last night, Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore performed a cute song together called "Every 10 Years." Backed by host Jimmy Fallon on guitar, Barrymore and Sandler, who have starred in the romantic comedies The Wedding Singer, First 50 Dates and can be seen in the upcoming movie Blended, sang of their love for one other. "You're the Rob Ford to my crack cocaine," crooned Sandler. (Swoon.) He also vowed, "I will still love you when your boobs touch the floor," to which the heavily pregnant Barrymore quipped, "So right now?"
In terms of bad behavior, he's got nothing on Justin Bieber, but British people sure love to hate on Harry Styles. The One Direction heartthrob was named Villain of the Year at last night's NME Awards in London, making it two years in a row he's won the dubious honor. Styles beat out the likes of Miley Cyrus, Russell Brand, Robin Thicke, British Prime Minister David Cameron, and Russian President Vladimir Putin. Unsurprisingly, Styles didn't turn up to accept the award. On the bright side, One Direction avoided being named Worst Band for the third year running. That award went to the Brit-rock band The 1975.
PRIME TIME TV
Countdown to the Oscars on ABC (Actor Jonah Hill; actress Lupita Nyong'o; celebrities before they were famous; Gary Sinise and Tom Hanks mark the 20th anniversary of ``Forrest Gump'' by honoring injured servicemen)
Grey's Anatomy on ABC (The doctors are faced with the consequences of the events at April's wedding; Alex reacts to the news about his father; Callie and Arizona make a decision about their relationship)
The Big Bang Theory on CBS (When Leonard buys a dining room table, Sheldon re-evaluates the changes in his life; Bernadette is torn when Wolowitz gets the chance to go back to space)
Two and a Half Men on CBS (Alan asks Lyndsey to choose between him and Larry; Jenny worries that she and Brooke are growing apart)
The Crazy Ones on CBS (Simon offers to organize a bar mitzvah for a client's son, but things go south when Zach has a run-in with an ex)
Community on NBC (Jeff helps Duncan romance Britta; Britta runs into some old anarchist friends and discovers they've moved on; Abed accidentally destroys some of Hickey's drawings; Chang has a supernatural experience)
Parks and Recreation on NBC (Ben tries to surprise Leslie with an anniversary gift; Tom and Andy help Leslie put a positive spin on the merger; April flexes her authority as Donna's boss)
American Idol on Fox (The singers face elimination; Candice Glover performs; Jake Bugg performs)
The Millionaire Matchmaker on Bravo (Patti asks a friend for help finding a spoiled man the right partner; a former NFL player who has been married twice wants to find the right woman)
Captain Philips: Somali Pirates Inside Story on Discovery (Phillips and the crew of the Maersk Alabama are rescued after being taken hostage by Somalian pirates)
Anger Management on FX (Charlie and Sean start a competition to see who can score first with a gorgeous woman)
Portlandia on IFC (A young woman is haunted by very smart ghosts; Doug and Claire make a big commitment to one another; Kath and Dave make the most of fifteen minutes; Sandra finally finds a soul mate; Fred is visited by a Date Fact Checker)
Project Runway: Under the Gunn on Lifetime (The designers are challenged to create a steampunk look; Anya confronts one of her designers)
iMPACT Wrestling on Spike (MVP will make the main event match official as Magnus and Samoa Joe sign the contract for the World Title bout)
Here Comes Honey Boo Boo on TLC (The life of ``Toddlers & Tiaras'' star Alana, aka Honey Boo Boo and her family)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Stupid Human Tricks, Simon Helberg, Young the Giant
Jimmy Fallon: Denzel Washington, Shaun White, Sara Bareilles
Jimmy Kimmel: Kerry Washington, Michael Strahan, Juicy J featuring Wiz Khalifa
Craig Ferguson: Julia Stiles, Dave Itzkoff, Roddy Hart & the Lonesome Fire
Seth Meyers: Lena Dunham, Anthony Mackie, John Mayer Trio
Carson Daly: Tim Heidecker & Davin Wood, Washed Out, "Aatsinki"
Tavis Smiley: Forest Whitaker
Daily Show: Kevin Roose
Colbert Report: Jeff Goldblum
Chelsea Lately: Michelle Dockery, Dustin Ybarra, Fortune Feimster, Kurt Braunohler
Conan O'Brien: John C. Reilly, Pete Holmes, the Haden Triplets featuring Ry Cooder
Arsenio Hall: Cloris Leachman, Tommy Chong, Ashley Wagner, J. Holiday
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Kanye West took it upon himself to give Seth Meyers a lesson in fatherhood on last night's Late Night. When Meyers jokingly asked if West's next album would be more kid-friendly now that he's a father, the rapper replied, "I think artistic, intellectual kid-friendly songs... it’s all in the way you raise and have an understanding and an appreciation for what you’re looking at and what you’re hearing, and why you’re hearing it." West also stated that he would like to be a sculptor but can't because he's a celebrity. Meyers shared a discarded SNL sketch of West interrupting a little girl's prize-winning ceremony at a pumpkin-growing contest, and West stuck around and performed a greatest hits medley that ended, of course, with him throwing the mic on the floor.
Katy Perry took a lot of heat for her Geisha-themed performance this year's American Music Awards, and now she's facing backlash for another perceived insensitivity to other cultures. A Change.org petition is blasting Perry's new Egyptian-themed "Dark Horse" music video, particularly a scene where she magically zaps to death a man wearing a pendant that forms the word "Allah." The petition, which has drawn 44,000 signatures, states, "blasphemy is clearly conveyed in the video, since Katy Perry (who appears to be representing an opposition of God) engulfs the believer and the word God in flames." The video's unlikely to be removed from YouTube, since it doesn't break the site's copyright infringement or pornography rules.
Coldplay shocked fans two (late) nights ago when they released a brand-new single called "Midnight" at midnight Mongolian time. The band first let fans know about the track and its release time by tweeting, "Something new at 0:00 in Ulaanbaatar [a region of Mongolia]," adding the hashtag "#midnight." A few hours later, they tweeted a YouTube link to the song's black-and-white video. The single will presumably appear on the band's upcoming sixth album, rumored to be coming out in May or June. Since the track arrived, many Coldplay fans have noted it sounds an awful lot like something Bon Iver would put out.
PRIME TIME TV
Modern Family on ABC (Luke competes against the son of Phil's nemesis (Rob Riggle) in a wrestling match; Cam and Mitch ask Claire to pick up Lily from school without mentioning the recent lice incidence in her class; Gloria chaperones a field trip)
Nashville on ABC (A powerful and successful producer hears Juliette's new song and wants to make her a superstar, but Glenn ends up being marginalized; Rayna tries to remain stoic and in control after recent events; feeling lost, Scarlett turns to Liam)
Survivor on CBS (Moments after the competition begins, three contestants face important decisions; a contestant seeks revenge against her own tribe)
Chicago PD on NBC (New York's SVU agents Fin and Rollins help track down a serial killer who rapes his victims; Burgess gets an opportunity to prove herself; Lindsay brings Halstead as her date to her high school reunion)
American Idol on Fox (The 13 finalists perform)
Duck Dynasty on A&E (Jase spends company funds on an all-terrain vehicle as a means of motivating the workers; Kay becomes a text-messaging menace after Willie buys her a new cell phone)
Wahlburgers on A&E (Mark asks Johnny and Billy to take Paul out for a weekend of physical activity; Alma, Kari and Mackenzie uncover Mark and Donnie's childhood memorabilia in the garage)
Hoarding: Buried Alive on TLC (Mike is about to undergo surgery to save his life; the biohazards in his home threaten his recovery)
Ali G: Rezurection on FXX (Borat learns the ways of an English gentleman; Ali G heads to Cannes)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Meredith Vieira, Band of Horses
Jimmy Fallon: Drew Barrymore, Adam Sandler, Dierks Bentley
Jimmy Kimmel: Ellen DeGeneres, Tom Ford, Sky Ferreira
Craig Ferguson: Alice Eve, Bojana Novakovic, Roddy Hart & the Lonesome Fire
Seth Meyers: Kelly Ripa, Brad Paisley
Carson Daly: Andi Osho, Lucius, La Luz
Daily Show: Liam Neeson
Colbert Report: Meryl Davis & Charlie White
Chelsea Lately: Tara Lipinski, Johnny Weir, Dov Davidoff, Whitney Cummings, Tone Bell
Conan O'Brien: Sarah Michelle Gellar, Nick Kroll
Arsenio Hall: Deion Sanders, Tracey Edmonds, Ross Mathews, Schoolboy Q
Stars React to Harold Ramis' Death
Bill Murray said: "Harold Ramis and I together did the National Lampoon Show together off Broadway, Meatballs, Stripes, Caddyshack, Ghostbusters and Groundhog Day. He earned his keep on this planet. God bless him."
Dan Akroyd's statement to The Hollywood Reporter reads: "(I am) deeply saddened to hear of the passing of my brilliant, gifted, funny friend, co-writer/performer and teacher Harold Ramis. May he now get the answers he was always seeking."
Steve Martin: "So sorry to hear about the death of Harold Ramis, a comedy master. Ghostbusters, Groundhog Day, and more"
Jason Biggs: Filling out the paperwork to rename my kid Harold.
Judd Apatow told the Chicago Trib, "When I was 15, I interviewed Harold for my high school radio station, and he was the person that I wanted to be when I was growing up. His work is the reason why so many of us got into comedy. We grew up on Second City TV and Ghostbusters, Vacation, Animal House, Stripes, Meatballs. He literally made every single one of our favorite movies."
Seth MacFarlane: Harold Ramis was a brilliant, shining example for every comedy writer hoping to achieve excellence the field. He will be sorely missed
Tom Arnold: So sad about Harold Ramis. His work changed my life and inspired me and made me want to do what I do. Very nice man and a good neighbor too
Zach Braff: If you're my age and got into comedy, Harold Ramis was one of the reasons. Life is fast and over too soon.
Albert Brooks: So sad to hear about Harold Ramis. Comedy lost a big one
Jimmy Kimmel: "I collect spores, molds, and fungus" - condolences to the family and friends of the great Harold Ramis
Jon Favreau: “No no not Harold Ramis. Worked for him years ago. He was the real deal. Growing up, his work changed my life. He will be missed”, while Roth tweets, “Oh no, Harold Ramis died. One of my filmmaking heroes. Caddyshack, Stripes, Ghostbusters, Groundhog Day… So sad.”
Robin Thicke and Paula Patton announced yesterday that they'll be ending their eight-year marriage. The couple released a joint statement reading, "We will always love each other and be best friends, however, we have mutually decided to separate at this time." Thicke, 36, and Patton, 38, were high school sweethearts and are parents to four-year-old Julian Fuego. Breakup rumors have plagued for them past year after Thicke was caught cozying up to a few unidentified women on more than one occasion.
Seth Meyers made his debut as the host of Late Night last night, opening the show riffing with his new band leader, fellow SNL alum Fred Armisen. Meyers' cold open was a Weekend Update-like monologue, featuring cute jokes like, "The brassiere turns 101 this week, and so does everyone who still calls it a 'brassiere.'" Meyers' first guest was Amy Poehler, who referred to the next guest, Vice President Joe Biden, as a "gorgeous charm monster." Biden hinted at his political future when Meyers asked him about his 2016 plans, joking, "I planned on making a major announcement tonight, but I decided tonight's your night, so I'm hoping you'll invite me back." New York pop duo A Great Big World closed the show with their #1 hit "Say Something."
Gravity, Thor: The Dark World, Nebraska, Adventures of the Penguin King, Amber Alert, Jamesy Boy, Mr. Nobody, Ice Soldiers, Pulling Strings, Twice Born, Blue is the Warmest Color, You Will Be My Son and Muscle Shoals are all out on DVD today
PRIME TIME TV
The Voice on NBC (Vocalists compete in blind auditions)
Glee on Fox (Santana lands the role of Rachel's understudy, causing tension at home; Tina and Artie vie for valedictorian)
New Girl on Fox (Abby decides to remain in L.A. and has designs on one of the loftmates; Winston avoids checking his LAPD entrance exam results)
Brooklyn Nine-Nine on Fox (Jake's fate is in Gina's hands as his crushing debt threatens to put him on the streets; Holt and Jeffords hold performance reviews; Rosa and Boyle have a run-in with an other officer)
NCIS on CBS (When faulty bulletproof vests are found in a truck full of stolen U.S.M.C. merchandise, the team must determine where they came from and track any defective vests that were shipped overseas)
NCIS: Los Angeles on CBS (Callen and Sam search for a murder suspect -- a retired assassin (Danny Trejo) they encountered on their first case together)
Game of Arms on AMC (The California Arm Benders compete with New York City Arms Control)
REAL Sports With Bryant Gumbel on HBO (The practice of marketing shooting sports to young children; profile of basketball coach Larry Brown; revisiting Russian hockey's Yaroslavl Lokomotiv plane crash)
Dance Moms on Lifetime (Christi isolates herself from the other mothers; Kalani is tested for a spot on Abby's competition team; Holly worries that Nia will not be prepared for her solo)
Teen Mom 2 on MTV (Chelsea throws Aubree's birthday party; Kailyn and Jo got to court; Jenelle and Nathan believe they are pregnant; Jeremy returns home after passing out at work)
The Tyler Perry Show on OWN (PREMIERE ... The cast of ``The Haves and the Have Nots.'')
Cougar Town on TBS (Andy plans a beach day to be a fun dad; Tom helps Ellie finish a novel she started years ago; Jules tries to prove that she and Grayson are the better couple)
My 600-Lb. Life on TLC (A mother of two who is too ashamed of her size to be seen with her children; she is committed to regaining her confidence and being a proud mother)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Ted Ligety, Kat Dennings
Jimmy Fallon: Paul Rudd, Shaquille O'Neal, Hannibal Buress
Jimmy Kimmel: Kevin Spacey, Ansel Elgort, Benmont Tench
Craig Ferguson: Ashton Kutcher, Roddy Hart & the Lonesome Fire
Seth Meyers: Kanye West, Russell Wilson, Robyn Doolittle
Carson Daly: "The Broken Circle Breakdown", Sir Sly, Matt Fulchiron
Daily Show: Michio Kaku
Colbert Report: St. Vincent
Chelsea Lately: Sarah Paulson, John Caparulo, Morgan Murphy, April Richardson
Conan O'Brien: Michelle Dockery, D.J. Qualls, Schoolboy Q
Arsenio Hall: Scott Bakula, Wood & Steve Harris, K. Michelle
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Video went viral over the weekend of Miley Cyrus performing a country-tinged cover of Outkast's hit "Hey Ya!". The footage from her Tacoma, Washington concert shows the pop star singing a twangy, slowed down version of the beloved tune, backed by a banjo, cello and acoustic guitar. The result is surprisingly catchy and has gotten more love than hate on the Internet so far. In true Miley fashion, the 21-year-old also makes the most of the "shake it like a Polaroid picture" line by bringing back her signature twerking to the audience's delight (or horror, depending on your perspective).
Train, say your prayers, eat your vitamins — and don't break a hip! Wrestling legend Hulk Hogan is making a comeback with the WWE at the tender age of 60, the New York Daily News confirmed Friday. The Hulkster will appear on Monday Night Raw tonight, although it's not clear whether he'll wrestle. Come April, the WWE Hall of Famer will also serve as the larger-than-life host for WrestleMania 30 in New Orleans. “Words cannot express how excited I am to be back in the WWE family,” he said in a statement. “I only have one question for the WWE Universe: Whatcha gonna do when Hulkamania runs wild as the host of WrestleMania 30?”
Katy Perry was unfashionably late to Moschino's runway show at Milan Fashion Week Thursday night, and was met with a chorus of boos from annoyed photographers who'd waited an hour for her to arrive. Perry showed up around 8:55 p.m. for the 8 p.m. show, then came out to pose on the runway for pictures where she was met with booing. An insider claims "that was the time she was told to come," while another source simply chalked it up to "just getting around the hustle and bustle of Fashion Week."
Have the Oscars gone Grammys? Producers of the 86th Academy Awards announced Friday that Pink will appear on the Oscar show. The Grammy-winning singer joins a lineup already set to include performances by U2, Pharrell Williams, Bette Midler, rocker Karen O and Broadway star Idina Menzel. Producers Neil Meron and Craig Zadan didn't specify what Pink's performance will entail. They also haven't said what song Midler will sing. Williams, Menzel, Karen O and U2 are set to perform their nominated original songs on the March 2 show.
"America's most patriotic rock band" performed America's most patriotic song at Daytona International Speedway on Saturday. And the reviews were mixed. Madison Rising's rock rendition of “The Star Spangled Banner” had a few drivers chuckling and some fans shaking their heads before the Nationwide Series season opener. "Well, I wish they would just sing the damn song," driver Brad Keselowski said after the race. Meanwhile, lead singer Dave Bray countered, "Yes, we took some liberties. We wanted to make it a rock song people could sing and enjoy.”
PRIME TIME TV
The Bachelor on ABC (Juan Pablo visits the bachelorettes' hometowns and meets their families)
How I Met Your Mother on CBS (The gang must figure out how to make the Stinson Hangover Fixer Elixir to help Barney recover on the day of the wedding)
Mike & Molly on CBS (At Mike's urging, Molly begrudgingly goes to a therapist (John Michael Higgins).
The Voice on NBC (Vocalists compete in blind auditions)
The Following on Fox (Ryan and Max turn to the FBI for back-up on their plan; Joe's relationship enters uncharted territory; Luke ends up in a troubling situation)
BET Honors 2014 (Aretha Franklin, Berry Gordy, Kenneth Chenault, Carrie Mae Weems and Ice Cube receive honors for contributions to their respective fields; host Wayne Brady)
Dallas on TNT (Sue Ellen plans a wedding for John Ross and Pamela; John Ross and Bobby dispute over their joint ownership of Southfork Ranch; Elena returns to Dallas with a secret agenda; a mysterious stranger arrives)
WWE Monday Night RAW on USA (Elimination Chamber PPV results. Plus, an update on the launch of the WWE Network)
Cake Boss on TLC (A cake delivery in a hot air balloon; Cousin Anthony questions Buddy's authority; Momma's trip)
David Letterman: Kaley Cuoco, the winner of the Daytona 500, the Fray
Jimmy Fallon: Reese Witherspoon, Fred Armisen, Rick Ross
Jimmy Kimmel: Liam Neeson, Dave Salmoni, Josh Groban
Craig Ferguson: Zooey Deschanel, Vera Farmiga, Roddy Hart & the Lonesome Fire
Seth Meyers: Amy Poehler, Vice President Joe Biden, A Great Big World
Daily Show: Hooman Majd
Colbert Report: Darlene Love
Chelsea Lately: Julianne Moore, Jen Kirkman, Beth Stelling, Jo Koy
Conan O'Brien: Jonah Hill, Lupita Nyong'o, John Butler Trio
Pete Holmes: Judd Apatow, Bode Miller
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