Lady Gaga says that nothing is off limits this weekend when she hosts and serves as the musical guest on Saturday Night Live. She revealed to Access Hollywood, "I actually told them to push it. I told them to have a good time and not be worried about me being offended or not liking anything. So they really went for it." The pop star, 27, also added that she’s been preparing for this gig for 23 years, which has helped calm her pre-show jitters. "I’ve been waiting for this moment my whole life," she explained. "I’ve been rehearsing my ‘SNL’ hosting performance since I was 4, so I’m okay."
Chris Brown is out of rehab just two weeks after checking in. The singer's rep released a statement saying, "Chris is continuing his rehab program as an outpatient and is also completing his community service in the Los Angeles area. He appreciates all of your encouragement and support." Brown voluntarily entered a treatment center on October 28 to deal with his anger management issues, although sources have claimed that he also uses weed and alcohol to self-medicate.
Demi Lovato ticked off a lot of Carrie Underwood fans on Wednesday night's episode of The X Factor. After contestant Rachel Potter sang Heart's "Alone" and explained that she was inspired by Underwood's previous cover of the song, Lovato told her, "You would do better than Carrie Underwood." Underwood loyalists went after Lovato on Twitter, with one fan ranting, "Hey Demi, Carrie Underwood would wipe the floor with every person on this show. Check yourself before you wreck yourself." Another mocked The X Factor's dismal ratings, tweeting, "Demi, no one heard your Rachel-Carrie comparison...lol!"
The Christmas movie season kicks off this weekend with The Best Man Holiday, the sequel to the 1999 Best Man. Nebraska, starring Bruce Dern and Will Forte as a father and son embarking on a life-changing road trip. Charlie Countryman stars Shia LaBeouf as a man trying to win the love of a girl who already has a violent gangster for a husband.
Friday, November 15 Shark Tank on ABC (A product that identifies home visitors; sending imaginative toys to kids through a subscription gift service; a slaw/salsa condiment; a cell phone app) Undercover Boss on CBS (Dutch Bros. Coffee co-founder and president Travis Boersma works under cover on a coffee plantation in El Salvador) Bones on Fox (A key witness turns up dead in a case for which Brennan is a juror, so the team works to discover what has happened) The Carrie Diaries on The CW (A difficult interview puts Carrie's job on the line; Dorrit and Carrie find an enemy; Sebastian seeks comfort from someone new) America's Next Top Model on The CW (The two remaining models face off on the runway; Tyra photographs the final shoot) Dracula on NBC (Grayson tries to win Lady Jayne's heart; Lucy hides her broken heart behind planning Mina and Harker's engagement party; Grayson's reunion with an old friend complicates matters; Van Helsing suffers a setback) Up Late With Alec Baldwin on MSNBC (Actress Ellen Barkin talks about her start in the movies as an ``ugly girl,'' her marriage to a billionaire and her work with such actors as Robert De Niro and Al Pacino) Saturday, November 16 ABCSaturdayNightCollege Football: Stanford at USC FOXSaturdayNightCollege Football: Baylor vs. Texas Tech Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth on HBO (Mike Tyson's troubled youth, landmark boxing career, controversies, time in prison and new beginnings.) Saturday Night Live on NBC (host and musical guest Lady Gaga) Sunday, November 17 The Amazing Race on CBS (Teams escape desert heat with a white-water rafting ride; two teams are faced with their second double U-turn) NBC Sunday Night Football: Kansas City Chiefs at Denver Broncos The Simpsons on Fox (When Homer helps a woman give birth in an elevator, he forms an emotional attachment to the baby; cheerleaders for the local professional football team recruit Lisa) Family Guy on Fox (Peter destroys the family's passports while they're in Italy, forcing them to deal with immigration laws) The Walking Dead on AMC (Group members struggle to find their humanity while being constantly threatened)