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