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Katy Perry opens up in a new interview with Billboard magazine about her boyfriend John Mayer. "He literally is a genius, as is evident from his songwriting," she gushes. "'I always tell him, 'Darling, you know I'm going to have to give your mind to science after you've passed, because we're going to have to understand how all these sparks work.'" Perry also boasted that it's not just Mayer's music that makes him brilliant: "We'll be in bed, and he'll be doing the crossword puzzle. Every night, he tries to finish it in under 10 minutes."
 

Jennifer Lawrence is a girl who loves to indulge her goofy side, and she's just filmed a cameo in the sequel to one of her favorite flicks, Dumb and Dumber. The Oscar winner plays a younger version of Kathleen Turner's character. Lawrence shouldn't have had a hard time getting in character -- she's gone on record saying she knows every word of the original movie. 
 

ABC is eyeing Modern Family for a spinoff. Fresh off its fourth Emmy win for outstanding comedy series, producers met Friday to discuss what a potential "Modern Family" spin-off would look like, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. It's still early in the process and nothing is set in stone. However, among the ideas brandied about during the meeting would be to spin-off Rob Riggle's overconfident real estate agent Gil Thorpe -- who in two season four episodes was Phil's (Ty Burrell) nemesis and hit on Julie Bowen's Claire during her brief employment.

Dancing With the Stars on ABC (The couples perform for the judges; elimination.)
 
How I Met Your Mother on CBS (Lily becomes frustrated that she is the only one who knows about Ted's plans; Barney and Robin try to spend time together before their relatives arrive for the wedding.)
 
Series Premiere We Are Men on CBS (After he's left at the altar, Carter (Chris Smith) moves into an apartment building with four-time divorcé Frank (Tony Shalhoub), playboy ob-gyn Stuart (O'Connell), and wife-cheater Gil (Kal Penn), inspiring not-so-trenchant debates )
 
The Voice on NBC (Vocalists audition for the judges.)
 
Sleepy Hollow on Fox (When the Sandman starts infiltrating Abbie's dreams, she must face her past; Ichabod helps Abbie defeat the Sandman.)
 
Bones on Fox (The team investigates when a gang member's remains are found in a burnt-out car; when Sweets learns that one of the boys from the center where he volunteers is a gang member's son, he decides to help.)
 
ESPN Monday Night Football: Miami Dolphins at New Orleans Saints
 
David Letterman: Sean Hayes, Sting
Jay Leno: Magic Johnson, Marjorie Johnson, Gary Clark Jr.
Jimmy Kimmel: Danny DeVito, Wendi McLendon-Covey, the Lumineers
Jimmy Fallon: Kevin Nealon, Elizabeth Olsen, the Avett Brothers
Daily Show: Bill O'Reilly
Colbert Report: Vince Gilligan
Conan O'Brien: Demi Lovato, J.B. Smoove, Moby
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Kanye West went on a Twitter rampage against Jimmy Kimmel after the talk show host skewered the rapper's recent interview with Radio 1's Zane Lowe, in which he declared himself "the number one rock star on the planet." West posted a number of angry tweets, including, "JIMMY KIMMEL IS OUT OF LINE TO TRY AND SPOOF IN ANY WAY THE FIRST PIECE OF HONEST MEDIA IN YEARS." Then, referencing Kimmel's comedian ex-girlfriend, he wrote, "SARAH SILVERMAN IS A THOUSAND TIMES FUNNIER THAN YOU AND THE WHOLE WORLD KNOWS IT!!!" He also tweeted an image comparing Kimmel's face to SpongeBob SquarePants. See the spoof Jimmy did above.
 
O.J. Simpson has reportedly been busted stealing cookies from his prison cafeteria. Guards caught the former football star and acquitted murderer, who is serving a 33-year sentence for armed robbery, attempting to smuggle more than a dozen oatmeal cookies under his shirt. Upon being caught by a guard and patted down, “O.J. just stood there with a goofy grin on his face as the guard kept digging inside his shirt and throwing the cookies on the floor," said a source. Simpson was then let go with a warning. Had he made away with his loot, Simpson would be chowing down against strict orders, as doctors have ordered the diabetic former athlete to lay off the sweets.

Ron Howard's Rush races into theaters today, starring Chris Hemsworth as Formula 1 racer James Hunt .Meanwhile, Joseph Gordon-Levitt is earning early raves Don Jon, a comedy starring himself as a porn addict. For music fans, Metallica Through the Never tells the story of a young roadie working for the legendary metal band and features 3D live performance footage. And for kids, there's Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2, which continues the adventurous tale of inventor Flint Lockwood.
 
Saturday Night Live on NBC (Host Tina Fey; Arcade Fire performs)
 
Sunday-The Amazing Race on CBS (The teams head to their first destination, Iquique, Chile, where one competitor faces a fear of heights)
Sunday Night NFL Football On NBC: New England Patriots at Atlanta Falcons
The Simpsons on Fox (Lisa gets help from the FBI when she suspects something bad has happened to Homer)
Family Guy on Fox (Word that Peter believes a restaurant placemat is a treasure map pits the citizens of Quahog against each other as they search for the prize)
Breaking Bad FINALE on AMC
Keeping Up With the Kardashians on E! (Kourtney and Khloe can't believe that Kim doesn't want a baby shower; Kris and Kylie plot to get rid of Bruce's gun; Khloe gets self-conscious about her body.)
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Have Chris Brown and Drake finally ended their nasty feud? The New York Post reports that the two hip-hop stars recently made up at the iHeartRadio Festival in Las Vegas when Drake and his crew showed up backstage at Brown's performance. A source says that the two were hugging and drinking together, and even discussed collaborating on some songs together.
 

Former child star Melissa Joan Hart spills the details on her naughty past in her new tell-all book, Melissa Explains It All. The Sabrina The Teenage Witch actress reveals that she experimented with weed, ecstasy, mushrooms and mescaline, and that she was high on ecstasy while shooting her 1999 Maxim cover. Hart also shares details of her romantic relationships with Backstreet Boy Nick Carter and actor Jerry O'Connell, whom she calls a "man whore." 
 

Kurt Russell is revving his engines to join Vin Diesel and Paul Walker in Fast & Furious 7, which hits theaters in 2014. Diesel shared a Facebook photo of himself with Russell and co-star Walker on the film's set, and more than 330,000 fans punched the "Like" button in response. "Kurt Russell, such an honor to work with," Diesel wrote. Russell, 62, is rumored to play a villain in the blockbuster car-racing franchise, though specifics on his role have not been confirmed. Although this is the seventh film, it will fall in chronological order just after the third film made, 2006's The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift.


2 Hour Season Premeire-Grey's Anatomy on ABC (Following the storm, a mudslide injures first responders and citizens; Meredith faces a decision that will impact a loved one; Callie is rocked by Arizona's infidelity; the doctors receive devastating news)
Season Premiere- The Big Bang Theory on CBS
Season Premiere-Two and a Half Men on CBS (Charlie's 25-year-old daughter arrives at the beach house, hoping to get to know her family)
Season Premiere-Parks and Recreation on NBC (Leslie travels to London to accept an award; Tom hunts down a businessman; Ann and Chris take their relationship to the next level)
Series Debut-The Michael J. Fox Show on NBC (After five years, Mike Henry return to the workplace, forcing him to learn to juggle his home, family and career again. Mike confronts a noisy neighbor who develops a crush on him; Ian tries to court Eve's friend; Leigh is mistaken for a single mom.
The X Factor on Fox (Hopefuls perform for the judges)
Season 5 Premiere -Glee on Fox (The glee club performs The Beatles songs; Blaine and Kurt consider their future together; Rachel's ambitions take a surprising turn)
Series Debut-The Crazy Ones on CBS (Simon tries to convince Kelly Clarkson to record a jingle for a client)
 
David Letterman: Bono, Johnny Galecki, Kings of Leon
Jay Leno: Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Ron Paul, Little Big Town
Jimmy Kimmel: Rebel Wilson, Anthony Bourdain, Avril Lavigne
Craig Ferguson: Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Maggie Grace
Jimmy Fallon: Tina Fey, Goldfrapp, Thundercat
Tavis Smiley: Linda Ronstadt
Daily Show: Robin Williams
Conan O'Brien: Andy Samberg, Slash
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Kevin Federline isn't too pleased with his ex Britney Spears' comment in a recent interview stating that her oldest son, seven-year-old Sean Preston, would be appearing on stage with her during her Las Vegas concerts at Planet Hollywood. A paparazzo asked Federline about the news, and Federline replied, "We’ll see about that, won’t we." When asked about letting his son perform, Federline said, "Yeah, if he was like 25-years-old."
 

Amanda Bynes missed a court appearance yesterday regarding her 2012 DUI arrest. The troubled actress' lawyer indicated that she was mentally unfit to stand trial and that her mental status caused her to be unable to "understand the nature of the legal proceedings." The case has now been transferred to a mental health court, and a hearing will be held to determine Bynes' mental competency.
 

A group of Ke$ha fans have started a petition to "free" the pop star from producer and songwriter Dr. Luke, accusing him of "controlling Ke$ha like a puppet." The petition alleges that Ke$ha signed an eight-album contract with Dr. Luke when she was 18 and that the producer, who has written many of the star's biggest hits, including "TiK ToK" and "Die Young," is stunting her artistic growth "by making her sing the same generic, predictable, recycled, pop song."

Season Premiere-Modern Family on ABC (Phil and Claire try to orchestrate a kid-free week during Luke, Haley and Alex's summer activities; Cam and Mitch try to have a memorable summer; Luke and Manny have their first day of high school; Claire returns to the workforce)
Season Premiere-Nashville on ABC (Deacon awaits his pending jail sentence as Rayna is in a coma; Teddy grapples with Peggy's pregnancy; feeling alone, Maddie turns to Juliette; Gunnar's proposal complicates his relationship with Scarlett)
Survivor on CBS (An alliance of experienced players targets one of their own; Colton tries to stir up trouble at camp)
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation on CBS (The team searches for Morgan and Ellie Brass, who have been kidnapped by a killer)
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit on NBC (The SVU squad searches for Detective Benson; when a young boy is abandoned, the squad discovers more victims waiting to be rescued)
The X Factor on Fox (Hopefuls perform for the judges)
South Park on Comedy Central (When Cartman infiltrates the NSA, he is unhappy with the contents of his personal file)
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia on FX (The gang does its best to recoup its investments in questionable schemes by dumping the losses on Ben the soldier)
Toddlers & Tiaras on TLC (Kelsie and her mom are back to redeem their name after getting banned from the pageant in Las Vegas; Brooklyn has a big personality she's not afraid to share)
 
 
David Letterman: Robin Williams, Icona Pop
Jay Leno: Dana Carvey, Cee-Lo Green, Goodie Mob
Jimmy Kimmel: Jon Hamm, Dave Salmoni, Sons of the Sea
Craig Ferguson: Julia Stiles, Keke Palmer
Jimmy Fallon: Michael J. Fox, Blake Shelton, Kings of Leon
Colbert Report: Joseph Gordon-Levitt
Conan O'Brien: Charlie Day, Rob McElhenney, Glenn Howerton, Melissa Rauch, Deer Tick
Arsenio: Gordon Ramsay
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Adam Levine delivered a not-so-subtle blow to Lady Gaga via Twitter when he rant about an anonymous artist: ''Ugh... recycling old art for a younger generation doesn't make you an artist. It makes you an art teacher... I unabashedly love writing and performing pop music for both myself AND everyone around me. That's It. It doesn't need any extra sauce.'' While Levine didn't name anyone, Gaga has notoriously been criticized for ripping off artists like Madonna. And she obviously thought that Levine was talking about her, since she responded by tweeting, ''Uh oh guys the art police is here.''
 
The advocacy group Autism Speaks hosts an inaugural campaign in which a select group of celebrities record custom voice mail messages for fans. This year, Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston, Cher, Star Wars' Mark Hamill, Star Trek's Zachary Quinto, Jack Black, and Game of Thrones' Peter Dinklage are all taking part. From October 7-13, the group will be recording a limited number of 20-second MP3 messages requested by fans on a first come, first serve basis. The messages must be PG-rated, and each costs $299.
 
 
R&B superstars TLC announced yesterday that their greatest hits album, 20, which celebrates the group's 20th anniversary, will be released on October 15. The compilation will include 13 of the ladies' greatest hits, along with brand-new track called "Meant to Be," which was written by Ne-Yo. "Meant to Be" will serve as the soundtrack to Crazy, Sexy, Cool: The TLC Story, the VH1 biopic that will air on October 21.


Iron Man 3, The Kings of Summer, My Brother the Devil, The Power of Love, are all out on DVD today
 
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. on NBC (As the world comes to grips with the existence of superheroes and aliens, agent Phil Coulson assembles a small group of highly skilled agents; the team's first assignment is to find a man with extraordinary -- and potentially devastating -- powers)

NCIS on CBS (An explosion at an event alters Parsons' perspective on Gibbs and the team; DiNozzo and McGee investigate the case as civilians)
NCIS: Los Angeles on CBS (Sam and Deeks recover from torture; the team searches for stolen nuclear weapons)

The Voice on NBC (As blind auditions continue, the coaches select vocalists for their teams)

Chicago Fire on NBC (Lt. Severide is targeted by an arsonist; Battalion Chief Boden clashes with Gail McLeod; the anniversary of Andy's death; Shay has suspicions; Mari visits Mouch)

Brooklyn Nine-Nine on Fox (Jake thinks the graffiti case he's investigating is below him until he discovers the culprit is the deputy commissioner's son; Gina's psychic friend gets under Charles's skin)

Tosh.0 on Comedy

Sons of Anarchy on FX (Jax secures a new alliance for the club; Clay makes moves inside for protection)

Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition on Lifetime (The remaining dancers are tested with new dance styles; one mother confronts Abby for criticizing her daughter; the mothers' tempers reach a boiling point)

Catfish: The TV Show on MTV (Nick and Melissa fell in love in a chat room six years ago, and now Nick is ready to meet Melissa)

19 Kids and Counting on TLC (The Duggars say goodbye to Josh and Anna; they knew eventually one of their 19 children would move out and that milestone has arrived)
 
David Letterman: Cher, Lizzy Caplan
Jay Leno: Olivia Wilde, Adam Scott, Cher Lloyd
Jimmy Kimmel: Justin Timberlake
Craig Ferguson: Ray Romano, Carl Edwards
Jimmy Fallon: Joseph Gordon Levitt, Stephen Merchant, the Avett Brothers
Tavis Smiley: J.J. Abrams
Colbert Report: Metallica
Chelsea Lately: Giovanni Ribisi, Brody Stevens, Jen Kirkman, Ben Gleib
Conan O'Brien: Jane Lynch, Natasha Lyonne, Mike Lawrence
Arsenio: Howie Mandel


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The Emmys delivered a double surprise last night when favorites Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul from Breaking Bad were beaten by The Newsroom's Jeff Daniels and Boardwalk Empire's Bobby Cannavale, respectively, for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama and Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama. Breaking Bad did, however, take home the prize for Outstanding Drama Series, and the show's Anna Gunn won the Lead Actress trophy. Meanwhile, Michael Douglas made a splash while accepting the award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or Movie for his portrayal of Liberace in HBO's Behind the Candelabra -- he thanked his co-star/onscreen lover Matt Damon by quipping, "You deserve half of this. Do you want the bottom or the top?"
Winners

  • Drama Series -- Breaking Bad
  • Comedy Series -- Modern Family
  • Miniseries or Movie -- Behind the Candelabra
  • Lead Actress in a Drama -- Claire Danes, Homeland
  • Lead Actor in a Drama -- Jeff Daniels, The Newsroom
  • Lead Actor in a Comedy -- Jim Parsons, The Big Bang Theory
  • Lead Actress in a Comedy -- Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Veep
  • Lead Actor in a Miniseries or Movie -- Michael Douglas, Behind the Candelabra
  • Lead Actress in a Miniseries or Movie -- Laura Linney, The Big C: Hereafter
  • Supporting Actor in a Drama -- Bobby Cannavale, Boardwalk Empire
  • Supporting Actress in a Drama -- Anna Gunn, Breaking Bad
  • Supporting Actor in a Comedy -- Tony Hale, Veep
  • Supporting Actress in a Comedy -- Merritt Wever, Nurse Jackie
  • Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or Movie -- James Cromwell, American Horror Story: Asylum
  • Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie -- Ellen Burstyn, Political Animals
  • Reality-Competition Program -- The Voice
  • Variety Series -- The Colbert Report
 
Back in January, Britney Spears split with her fiance Jason Trawick, who she'd been dating for three years. In an interview with Ryan Seacrest on Friday, Spears says that the split inspired the songs on her new album, due out in December: "After having a huge breakup this year, I had a lot to say in the studio, so it was really nice to have a therapy like that and to be able to share that with my fans." She goes on to say that music "really kind of helps you get over the breakup really easy, 'cause you sing about it and have to think about it every night but then you're like, 'It's okay! I'm performing now so it's totally fine.'"


Miley Cyrus performed the song. Wrecking Ball, at the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas, and while she got through her night performance just fine, her daytime show left her broken down.While struggling through the clearly emotional song, Miley ended up in tears that streamed down her face. And she let them flow! By the end of the song, Miley was rocking some mascara streaks! No doubt this song is hitting her hard what with Liam Hemsworth already moving on in a very public manner with Eiza Gonzalez.

Dancing With the Stars on ABC (The couples perform for the judges; elimination)
Season Premiere- How I Met Your Mother on CBS
2 Broke Girls on CBS
Season Premiere The Voice on NBC (Vocalists perform for the panel of coaches)
Sleepy Hollow on Fox
Fashion Police on E! (The fashion do's and don'ts at this year's Emmy Award ceremony; guest actress Anna Chlumsky)
 
 
David Letterman: Bill Clinton, Tired Pony
Jay Leno: Justin Timberlake, Paula Patton
Jimmy Kimmel: Paul McCartney, Patrick Dempsey
Craig Ferguson: Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Taylor Schilling
Chelsea Lately: Drake, Jo Koy, Heather McDonald, Matt Braunger
Conan O'Brien: The cast of "Breaking Bad", Los Cuates De Sinaloa
Arsenio: Nick Cannon


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Nick Carter writes about his struggle with drug and alcohol addiction in a new memoir, and in part he blames Paris Hilton for his worst excesses. "Paris was the worst person in the world for me to hook up with," the Backstreet Boy writes in the book. Now 33 and sober for five years, Carter discovered in 2008 that he was suffering from cardiomyopathy, a weakening of the heart muscle that could've killed him. He says that diagnosis provided the wake up call he needed. Carter isn't the only one in his family who has battled substance abuse problems. His brother Aaron has been in rehab, and his younger sister Leslie died of a pill overdose in 2012.

Although many Russian Selena Gomez fans were ready to come and get  their tickets for her shows, Russia has denied her visa.  Selena was going to perform  two concerts but apparently Moscow officials believed that she was too gay-friendly for their anti-gay propaganda laws.

Gwyneth Paltrow is a high-maintenance diva at the gym, an insider is telling Life & Style Weekly. Before she'll take a shower, she has someone dry off the stall so she doesn't have to touch what she calls "somebody else's shower water." She also refuses to drink any brand of water besides SmartWater, and sends someone out to get it because the gym doesn't stock it. She also allegedly refuses to use toilet paper unless it's from an unopened package.

While Enough Said figures to be a box office sleeper, the weekend's biggest release is sure to be Prisoners, starring Hugh Jackman as a man whose daughter has been abducted and Jake Gyllenhaal as the detective who's tasked with finding her. And Thanks For Sharing, a romantic comedy about sex addicts starring, Pink and a lap-dancing Gwyneth Paltrow, figures to be a good date movie for couples who want to go all the way...to therapy.
 
Sunday- The 65th Primetime Emmy Awards on CBS (Honoring excellence in television, at the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles; Neil Patrick Harris hosts)
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Things can change a lot in a few years -- just ask Jon Gosselin. He's gone from starring on a top-rated TLC reality show, Jon & Kate Plus 8, to waiting tables. Following a messy divorce in 2009, Gosselin moved out of his family's $1.3 million home where ex-wife Kate and their eight kids still reside. He now lives in a cabin in the woods with no internet or TV. Gosselin admits he was nervous about how the customers at the Black Dog restaurant in Beckersville, Pennsylvania would respond upon seeing him. But, he tells Entertainment Tonight, it's relatively painless: "They're like, 'Are you the guy?' I'm like, 'Yeah, I'm the guy.'"
 

Rappers The Game and Drake are giving $22,500 to Anna Angel, a woman in a small Ohio town who lost her boyfriend and five children in a fast-moving mobile home fire on Sunday. The Game called the Burger King were Angel works to see how he could help out. He and Drake are giving $10,000 each, and when The Game was told that Angel doesn't have a car, he added another $2,500. When she learned about the fire Sunday, Angel rushed home from her Burger King job on her bicycle. Other residents of Tiffin, Ohio, have raised $16,000 for Angel.
 

Now that Lindsay Lohan is sober (after her sixth rehab stint), she's not happy that her mother was arrested last week for DUI. According to a friend, "Lindsay's really pissed about her mother. She even said her mother 'is a f**kin child and she needs to be supervised.' She looked like she wanted to cry." Dina was pulled over Thursday night for driving 77 mph in a 55 mph zone, and was found to have more than twice the legal blood alcohol level.
 

Wipeout on ABC
The Million Second Quiz on NBC (Champions vie for the prize)
Valerie's Story on NBC (Actress Valerie Harper shares her journey, from learning she has an incurable disease to undergoing experimental treatments and working to live each day to the fullest)
The X Factor on Fox (Solo artists and vocal groups audition)
Anger Management on FX
Project Runway on Lifetime
 
Jay Leno: Tim Allen, Dwayne Wade, Fitz & the Tantrums
Jimmy Fallon: Hugh Jackman, Gillian Flynn, Elvis Costello
Daily Show: Chelsea Clinton
Colbert Report: Jack Johnson
Conan O'Brien: Louis CK, Thompson Square
Arsenio: Stacy Keibler and Russell Simmons
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Zac Efron hasn't been seen out and about on the nightclub scene as of late -- and it sounds like there's a reason. The actor, 25, reportedly completed a stint in rehab about five months ago. "He's healthy, happy and not drinking," one source told E! News. "He's taking time to focus on working." Meanwhile, TMZ says that the pretty boy's issues for entering rehab were far more serious. They claim he was addicted to cocaine and dabbled in Molly -- a pure form of Ecstasy. Efron was most recently seen walking the red carpet at the Toronto International Film for the premiere of Parkland, his upcoming new ensemble drama about the JFK assassination. 
 

Pink tells E! that Miley Cyrus' recent performances have been tacky. "No, I think it's tacky. She's really freaking talented. She's beautiful. She can sing her  and to go up there and do that? She's cheating herself and she's cheating the rest of us…She can do what she wants. People can like it if they want. I'm not going to buy it. She can do better. I've seen her do better."
 

Jimmy Kimmel will be shutting down Hollywood Boulevard for a 2 day concert!! Paul McCartney  will be coming on Jimmy Kimmel Live for the first time this upcoming Monday, and after an in-studio interview he'll be performing live outside for all of Hollywood Boulevard!But this deal keeps on get sweeter. On Tuesday night, Justin Timberlake will come on the show and perform songs from his new album, The 20/20 Experience - 2 of 2!

Mad Men is going to end after season seven in 2015

season premiere-Survivor on CBS (The contestants are shocked and relationships are tested when loved ones learn they will be competing against each other)
Big Brother on CBS (The jury votes for the winner of the $500,000 first prize)
America's Got Talent on NBC (The winner is announced; performances by Luke Bryan, Josh Groban, and more
The X Factor on NBC (More hopefuls try to impress the judges as auditions continue)
Duck Dynasty on A&E
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia on FX
 
 
Jay Leno: Christina Aguilera, Joy Behar, Valerie June
Jimmy Kimmel: Aaron Paul, Hannah Ware, Jim James
Craig Ferguson: Megan Mullally, Tommy Lasorda
Jimmy Fallon: Chris Hemsworth, Tony Danza, Jack Johnson
Daily Show: Hugh Jackman
Chelsea Lately: Anna Faris, Dan Levy, Whitney Cummings, Julian McCullough
Conan O'Brien: Seth Green, Lizzy Caplan, Sammy Obeid
Arsenio: Dr Phil
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Justin Timberlake will release his second 20/20 Experience album later this month, and he's described 2 of 2 as the "hotter, older evil twin sister" of the original record. Timberlake put it metaphorically, saying, "If you could imagine you're 16 and she's everything you thought. She's Marilyn Monroe and then you meet her older sister; everything that's dark and wrong about her at that age is why you become infatuated with her."
 

Keith Urban's had a whirlwind week of press appearances for his new album Fuse, and he'll cap it all over with a live Q&A with his fans via Facebook tonight at 7:35 p.m. CST. The country star will answer fans' questions about their favorite songs off his new album. He'll also be sharing a behind-the-scenes look at his current tour with photos posted on his Facebook page. 
 

Nicole Kidman took a tumble yesterday in New York City when a paparazzo on a bicycle crashed into her and knocked her to the ground. The paparazzo was said to be racing to take a photo of the actress. Kidman picked herself up and hobbled into her hotel. Police and ambulance were called, and Kidman was treated for minor injuries. According to TMZ, Kidman is furious over the incident and plans to press charges.

This weekend's most fright-filled opener is Insidious: Chapter 2 about an evil presence haunting a family. The Family starring mob movie veterans Robert de Niro and Michelle Pfeiffer is out.
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Is notorious cheater Tiger Woods getting a taste of his own medicine? The National Enquirer (so take it with a grain of salt) claims that Woods' girlfriend, 28-year-old Olympic skier Lindsey Vonn, was spotted making out with a "tall, good-looking man in his mid-40s" a few weeks ago at a Justin Timberlake and Jay Z concert in Miami. Apparently, the two were "really going at it," and the man had his hand on her butt.  "Lindsey’s not a nun,” a source tells the Enquirer. "She’s a very physical, very attractive young woman with a very strong athlete’s ego. She wants her own fame -- not his. Now it looks like she’s checking out the playing field."
 

Courtney Love has a new album coming out, and she has her eye on Jay Z as a potential collaborator. The singer covered Jay Z's "99 Problems" live earlier this year, and she also recently gave him permission to use lyrics from Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit" on his single "Holy Grail." Love says, " We have the single, which comes out when my book comes out this winter. But we're missing a song that's modern... I would love to do a duet with Jay Z. Wouldn't that be great? Gwyneth asked him if he heard my version of '99 Problems' and he said it was brilliant."
 

Here's some consoling news for fans of Breaking Bad: AMC has officially greenlit a spinoff series called Better Call Saul. The show will be a prequel to the events of Breaking Bad and focus on the life of Walter White's sketchy lawyer, Saul Goodman, played by Bob Odenkirk. The spinoff will be an hour-long and will be far less dark than Breaking Bad, with more of a comedic bent. 
 

Big Brother on CBS
The Million Second Quiz on Fox (Contestants compete in bouts of trivia)
The X Factor on Fox (Hopefuls perform for the judges)
Anger Management on FX (Charlie tries to stop Kate from having sex with the executive in charge of funding their study; Charlie's dad tries to stop Lacey from throwing herself at a sleazy yoga instructor)
Project Runway on Lifetime (The designers must create a vibrant look for a modern southern woman)
NFL Football on NFL Net (New York Jets at New England Patriots)
 
David Letterman: Alec Baldwin, Toni Collette
Jay Leno: Hugh Jackman, Aisha Tyler, OneRepublic
Jimmy Kimmel: Jake Gyllenhaal, Dianna Agron, Weekend
Jimmy Fallon: Robert De Niro, Amy Sedaris, Alt-J, Peter Hook
Daily Show: Billy Crystal
Chelsea Lately: Tim Gunn, Moshe Kasher, Chris Farah, Chris Franjola
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