Kanye West -- shocker -- lost his cool during an interview with Sway Calloway on Sirius XM's Shade 45 yesterday. West flipped his lid when Calloway suggested he avoid ventures into the fashion industry and instead release his ideas himself. The rapper screamed, "How, Sway? You ain't got the answers, man!" The two then engaged in a shouting match in which West yelled, "I been doing this more than you!" and mocked Calloway's own venture into fashion -- "What's the name of your clothing line? We don't know." After Calloway chastises him, West eventually calms down a little and then launches into a confusing rant tying fashion into the French Revolution, Harriet Tubman and the history of slavery.
Lorde is becoming known for her incisive interviews just as much as she is for her hit songs. The 17-year-old, who has previously criticized Taylor Swift and Selena Gomez, recently told Interview magazine, "Around the middle of last year I started listening to a lot of rap, like Nicki Minaj and Drake, as well as pop singers like Lana Del Rey. They all sing about such opulence, stuff that just didn't relate to me -- or anyone that I knew." She then adds, "I began thinking, 'How are we listening to this? It's completely irrelevant.'" To be fair, she clearly means the subject matter doesn't relate to her own life, but we're sure the gossip rags will make a hubbub over the "diss" anyway.
Kathy Griffin has been inducted into the Guinness Book of World Records for having the most televised stand-up comedy specials (20)
Wednesday, November 27 PRIME TIME TV Survivor on CBS (A castaway makes a risky move that could potentially smoke out the immunity idol; a duplicitous castaway is exposed)
The Making of The Sound of Music Live! on NBC (Behind the scenes with cast members, including Carrie Underwood and Stephen Moyer; casting and rehearsals)
Saturday Night Live on NBC (Memorable Thanksgiving- and family-themed sketches include Adam Sandler's Turkey Song, Ed Grimley's Thanksgiving and Dysfunctional Family Dinner)
The X Factor on Fox (The acts perform with a live band)
Ke$ha: My Crazy Beautiful Life on MTV (Ke$ha shops for a new car; a matchmaker sets up both Ke$ha and her mother)
Hoarding: Buried Alive on TLC (A wife has transformed one couple's home into a heap of trash; on the verge of foreclosure)
LATE NIGHT TV David Letterman: John Goodman, Kevin McCaffrey, Iggy Azalea featuring T.I. Jay Leno: Garth Brooks, Jim Edds Jimmy Kimmel: Patton Oswalt, the 1975 Jimmy Fallon: Ed Burns, Steven Van Zandt, Jeff Musial, Florida Georgia Line Arsenio Hall: Mike Tyson, Niecy Nash, Nathan East
Thanksgiving The Thanksgiving Day Parade on CBS (Co-hosts Kevin Frazier and Thea Andrews present highlights of the annual Macy's parade in New York; Lady Antebellum performs; members of the Broadway casts of ``Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella'' and ''First Date'' perform)
Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade on NBC (New York's 85th annual event features floats and marching bands)
NFL Football on Fox (Green Bay Packers at Detroit Lions)
NFL Football on CBS (Oakland Raiders at Dallas Cowboys)
Lady Gaga & the Muppets' Holiday Spectacular on ABC (The pop star sings her hits and holiday favorites; Elton John, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and RuPaul perform; featuring a sneak peek of the movie ``Muppets Most Wanted.'')
NFL Football on Fox (Pittsburgh Steelers at Baltimore Ravens)
Sandra Bullock has been named Entertainment Weekly's 2013 Entertainer of the Year. The magazine calls the Oscar winner "the gift that keeps on giving," citing her roles in this year's Gravity and The Heat. Bullock poses in a stunning white gown on the cover of next week's Entertainers of the Year issue, which also features Jennifer Lawrence, Pharrell Williams, the Breaking Bad team, Tom Hanks, Netflix, Matthew McConaughey, and Grumpy Cat.
Pink and her husband Carey Hart are being sued by a paparazzo who had the bad luck to cross paths with them. The photographer, Boris Issaei, claims that he was physically beaten and humiliated by the couple during an encounter with them back in June. Issaei says he was trying to photograph Pink changing her baby's diaper at the Malibu Country Mart when Hart snapped, " You f**king pedophile," and Pink added, "You're photographing my baby naked." Hart's friend then kicked Issaei in the shin, stomped on his feet and kneed him in the groin. Issaei is suing for assault and battery and destruction of his camera equipment.
Columbia Records announced that Bruce Springsteen will release his 18th studio album, High Hopes, on January 14. The record is a combination of covers, new songs and songs previously performed by the Boss in some format. The album was produced by Ron Aniello, who also worked with Springsteen on his previous release, Wrecking Ball (obviously unrelated to the Miley Cyrus song). Springsteen is accompanied by the E Street Band, along with Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello. Both Danny Federici and Clarence Clemons, who have both passed away since recording, also appear on the record.
The Grandmaster, Red 2, Getaway, Jobs, The Canyons, Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me and Red Obsession are all out on DVD today.
PRIME TIME TV Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. on ABC (When a mysterious force threatens to destroy Coulson and the team, a secret from May's past could save them) Dancing With the Stars on ABC (The couples perform as part of the 24 hour fusion challenge; Lady Antebellum performs; the eliminated celebrities return; Ylvis performs; the winner is crowned) NCIS: Los Angeles on CBS (Sam and Callen ask an elite Nepali soldier skilled in knife fighting for help retrieving a thumb drive; Deeks and Kensi try to find a balance) Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer on CBS (The reindeer with the incandescent nose guides Santa's sleigh through a bad storm on Christmas Eve. Based on the song by Johnny Marks) The Biggest Loser on NBC (The contestants load boxes of food for tornado victims in Oklahoma into trucks; one team wins a Thanksgiving dinner with loved ones; a player gets encouragement to talk to his family about a secret) The Voice on NBC (The artists face elimination) Brooklyn Nine-Nine on Fox (When Holt and Jake must leave Amy's Thanksgiving dinner to catch a perp, Boyle steps in to save the day) Snooki & JWOWW on MTV (Snooki is overwhelmed by the wedding planning; Jenni and Roger go to an adoption fair) Boston's Finest on TNT (PREMIERE .. The police department is on high alert during Boston's Fourth of July celebrations) Criss Angel BeLIEve on Spike (Criss pays tribute to a classic Houdini escape by hanging from his feet in two straight jackets; training with Randy Couture; visiting his childhood home to reveal his first trick) LATE NIGHT TV David Letterman: Pitbull Jay Leno: Quentin Tarantino, Jim Stacy, Luke Bryan Jimmy Kimmel: Casey Affleck, Mike Tyson, Linkin Park with Steve Aoki Craig Ferguson: Angela Kinsey, American Authors Jimmy Fallon: Josh Hutcherson, Budd Friedman, Kelly Clarkson Tavis Smiley: D.L. Hughley, Phill Wilson Chelsea Lately: Jeff Wild, Sarah Colonna, Chris Franjola Arsenio Hall: Mike Epps, Trombone Shorty
Worst birthday gift ever? Miley Cyrus' Studio City home was broken into on Friday, one day before her 21st birthday. No one was home at the time, but the thieves made off with some of Cyrus' personal items, including jewelry. A source tells Us Weekly that the pop star is, understandably "really shaken up" about the incident. Police are currently investigating the burglary.
Taylor Swift was the golden girl of last night's American Music Awards, taking home the night's top honor of Artist of the Year, as well as the awards for Favorite Female Artist in the Pop/Rock and Country categories and Favorite Country Album. Justin Timberlake wasn't far behind her, winning Favorite Male Artist in the Pop/Rock and R&B/Soul categories and Favorite R&B/Soul Album. One Direction managed to best Timberlake for Favorite Pop/Rock Album; the boy band also nabbed Favorite Pop/Rock Band, Duo or Group. Disney darling Ariana Grande was voted New Artist of the Year, while Rihanna was presented with the Icon Award by Bill Maher, Jay Z and her mother.
Artist of the Year - Taylor Swift
New Artist of the Year - Ariana Grande
Single of the Year - Florida Georgia Line feat. Nelly, "Cruise"
Favorite Male Artist, Pop/Rock - Justin Timberlake
Favorite Female Artist, Pop/Rock - Taylor Swift
Favorite Band, Duo or Group, Pop/Rock - One Direction
Favorite Album, Pop/Rock - One Direction, Take Me Home
Favorite Male Artist, Country - Luke Bryan
Favorite Female Artist, Country - Taylor Swift
Favorite Band, Duo or Group, Country - Lady Antebellum
Favorite Album, Country - Taylor Swift, Red
Favorite Artist, Rap/Hip-Hop - Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
Favorite Album, Rap/Hip-Hop - Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, The Heist
Favorite Male Artist, R&B/Soul - Justin Timberlake
Favorite Female Artist, R&B Soul - Rihanna
Favorite Album, R&B Soul - Justin Timberlake, The 20/20 Experience
Favorite Artist, Alternative Rock - Imagine Dragons
Favorite Artist, Latin - Marc Anthony
Favorite Artist, Electronic Dance Music (EDM) - Avicii
Favorite Artist, Adult Contemporary - Maroon 5
Top Soundtrack - Pitch
Icon Award - Rihanna
At a One Direction promotional event this weekend, Piers Morgan had the audacity to point-blank ask Harry Styles if he was dating 18-year-old Kendall Jenner, whom the pop star was spotted out on a dinner date with last week. Styles, clearly uncomfortable, replied, "I mean, we went out for dinner, but no, I guess." Morgan refused to let up and asked if it was a budding romance. Styles said, "Dunno," and then someone off-camera helped him out by yelling "Move on!" Styles responded, "Yeah, let's move on shall we!
PRIME TIME TV Dancing With the Stars on ABC (Kellie Pickler performs; the couples compete in four rounds of dance; TLC performs; the couples face elimination) How I Met Your Mother on CBS (Marshall tries to get Marvin to sleep by reciting rhyming bedtime stories) Mike & Molly on CBS (Molly receives advice from her literary idol (Susan Sarandon); Mike tries to cheer up his mother with a dinner invitation) The Voice on NBC (The top eight artists perform) Sleepy Hollow on Fox (The investigation into a missing persons case leads Ichabod and Abbie to a Colonial-era house that holds a long-dormant evil) The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills on Bravo (Kim invites the ladies to a circus school in Hollywood; Brandi and Kyle battle it out; Joyce makes an accusation that baffles the ladies) Fashion Police on E! (The night's best and worst fashions from the star-studded American Music Awards) NFL Football on ESPN (San Francisco 49ers at Washington Redskins) LATE NIGHT TV David Letterman: Josh Hutcherson, Sky Ferreira Jay Leno: Bette Midler, Michael Buble Jimmy Kimmel: Demi Lovato, Emile Hirsch Craig Ferguson: Mark Harmon, Wolfgang Puck Jimmy Fallon: Kelly Ripa, Giovanni Ribisi, Mazzy Star, Jake Clemons Carson Daly: Tony Lucca, Blue Hawaii, Alexa Meade (R 10/28/13) Tavis Smiley: Steven Bochco Daily Show: Rerun TBA Colbert Report: Rerun TBA Chelsea Lately: Liz Carey, Loni Love, Gary Valentine Conan O'Brien: Mike Tyson, Katie Aselton, Spin Doctors (R 9/4/13)
Video has gone viral of Kanye West ranting about Bruno Mars during his Brooklyn concert Wednesday night. Talking about the MTV Video Music Awards, the 36-year-old rapper complains, "Bruno Mars won all the motherf**king awards and s**t.... What I care about is if you’re an artist and you work hard as f**k and the streets say that you deserve that s**t. Can’t no motherf**king networks try to gas everybody up so they can sell some product with the prettiest motherf**ker out." He also barks, "I still ain't see a video better than Beyoncé video 'till this motherf**king day." Sigh. C'mon Kanye -- give it a rest already.
Former 'NSYNC member Lance Bass announced that he's releasing a solo single, so Justin Timberlake better watch out! (Not really though). Bass, who was best known in 'NSYNC for not really singing many notable parts, shared his big news on his Sirius XM radio show yesterday. He says the single will be called "Walking on Air" (could it be a cover of the recent Katy Perry song of that same name?) and will be out in January, although he's “sure it will leak before then.”
Dave Matthews tells Rolling Stone that he and his band are working on a new album, the follow-up to 2012's Away From the World. Matthews says, "I'm just trying to come up with something that doesn't sound like the past." Other than that, he doesn't give many details, except to say that some of the new songs are ones that they've been playing in concert for a long time. "Whenever I start messing around in the studio, I start writing, so hopefully we can come up with something worth listening to," he adds.
This week's biggest new release is also one of the most anticipated films of the year -- the second installment in The Hunger Games series, Catching Fire, starring Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence. For something a little lighter, Delivery Man is a comedy starring Vince Vaughn, about a man who discovers he's fathered 533 children through sperm donations. Dame Judi Dence stars in Philomena as a woman trying to find the son she gave up for adoption years ago. The documentary Bettie Page Reveals All takes an inside look at the iconic 1950s pinup model.
Friday, November 22
Shark Tank on ABC (Popular knee-high boot socks sold online; a stylish clutch for essential items; a way for kids to create and personalize lunchbox designs; customized chocolate bars; artisan cheese and glazed donut sandwiches)
Undercover Boss on CBS (Seven bosses previously featured on the program discuss their undercover experiences)
Where Were You: The Day JFK Died Reported by Tom Brokaw on NBC (A look at John F. Kennedy's assassination through archival footage and the stories of those who lived through it)
Bones on Fox (The team investigates the murder of a food scientist whose body was put through a meat grinder and mixed into canned stew; Angela puts together a post-wedding bachelorette party for Brennan)
The Carrie Diaries on The CW (Carrie and playwright Adam Weaver share an exciting day in the city; while working as a nude art model, Samantha dislikes an artist's painting; Sebastian finds unexpected support)
Fashion Police on E!
Saturday, November 23
ABC Sat Night College Football: Baylor at Oklahoma State
FOX Sat Night College Football: Arizona State at UCLA
HBO New Movie of the Week: Identity Thief ... Starring: Jason Bateman, Melissa McCarthy, Jon Favreau, Amanda Peet, Tip ``T.I.'' Harris. A Denver man tracks down the Florida woman who stole his identity, financed a luxurious lifestyle, and destroyed his credit.
Sarah Silverman: We Are Miracles on HBO (The comic performs in front of an intimate audience at Los Angeles' Largo nightclub)
Saturday Night Live on NBC (Host Josh Hutcherson; HAIM performs)
Sunday, November 24
2013 American Music Awards on ABC (Musical acts are honored at the annual ceremony at L.A. LIVE's Nokia Theater in Los Angeles; Pitbull hosts; scheduled performers include Justin Timberlake, Ke$ha, Miley Cyrus, Imagine Dragons, Florida Georgia Line and One Direction)
Sun Night NFL Football on NBC (Denver Broncos at New England Patriots)
The Simpsons on Fox (Lisa discovers her new best friend is a Republican who is opposing her in the class election)
Family Guy on Fox (When Stewie and Brian travel to the 17th century and come close to altering the course of history, Stewie decides to destroy his time machine)
The Walking Dead on AMC (Something new unfolds at a camp outside the prison; the addition of new members may threaten peace)
Chris Brown is going back to rehab, this time by order of the court. Brown appeared in court yesterday with his girlfriend Karrueche Tran, where he was ordered to spend three months in a residential rehab facility and to submit to drug testing. He is also required to perform at least 24 hours of community service each week. Brown voluntarily checked himself into rehab for anger management last month, and a court-obtained document reveals that he was kicked out of the center after a violent meltdown in which he threw a rock through his mother's car.
Lady Gaga's new album ARTPOP topped the charts this week, but it has to be noted that ARTPOP reached the top selling just 258,000 copies. (Compare that to the 792,000 copies of Eminem's The Marshall Mathers LP 2 sold in its opening week last week). Are the low numbers symptomatic of the decline of record sales, or a sign that Gaga's appeal is starting to wear off? Regardless, Gaga has hinted that she may be releasing a sequel to ARTPOP. When MSN asked about her touring plans, she replied, "By then, as well, I might have act two out from the album, and it might be nice to play both 'acts' on the tour."
Sean Penn went nuts at the St. Regis Hotel in San Francisco on Tuesday night when a fan -- not a paparazzo -- tried to take a cell phone picture of him. A witness tells TMZ that Penn grabbed the man's phone, threw it on the ground and screamed, "Do we look like f**king zoo animals?" TMZ has video of the end of the confrontation, when Penn yells after the man, "I'll make you eat the phone... get the f**k out of here!!" Hotel management allegedly asked the man if he wanted to call the police, but he declined and left the hotel.
PRIME TIME TV Grey's Anatomy on ABC (Ben worries that an innocent conversation with Derek could end up causing problems for Bailey; Cristina turns to Shane as tension with Meredith increases; April's upcoming wedding creates an uncomfortable situation for Stephanie and Jackson) The Big Bang Theory on CBS (When the gang decides to spend Thanksgiving at Mrs. Wolowitz's house, Sheldon protests; Leonard and Penny deal with an error from her past) The Crazy Ones on CBS (The annual accounts vs. creative 16-inch softball game puts someone's job on the line; the truth about Simon's last win may be revealed) Two and a Half Men on CBS (When Alan and Lyndsey's affair puts Walden in danger, he is forced to accept Rose's (Melanie Lynskey) help) Parks and Recreation on NBC (Leslie tries to tackle some of her goals, such as hosting an event with the Indianapolis Colts and adding fluoride to Pawnee's drinking water; Chris and Ron build cribs together) The Michael J. Fox Show on NBC (Mike struggles to have a conversation with his visiting father, while Annie deals with his mother; Eve and Harris work to keep tradition alive in the Henry home) The X Factor on Fox (The artists face elimination) Glee on Fox (The glee club performs Billy Joel songs; the seniors plan for their futures as graduation approaches) The Vampire Diaries on The CW (Caroline and Elena decide to throw a big party, but Jesse interrupts their plans; Damon makes a frightening discovery about a secret society) Project Runway All Stars on Lifetime (The designers must work in pairs to create looks inspired by the 1930s) NFL Football on NFL Net (New Orleans Saints at Atlanta Falcons) iMPACT Wrestling on Spike (Mr. Anderson battling Bully Ray of The Aces and Eights; the Aces and Eights must disband forever if Anderson wins; if Bully Ray wins Anderson is gone from TNA) LATE NIGHT TV David Letterman: Jonah Hill, Chiwetel Ejiofor Jay Leno: Kristen Bell, David Gregory, Julian Lennon Jimmy Kimmel: Tracy Morgan, Chris Pratt, Pusha T featuring Pharrell Williams Craig Ferguson: David Arquette, Krysten Ritter Jimmy Fallon: Liam Hemsworth, Bobby Moynihan, Sleigh Bells Carson Daly: Francis Lawrence, the Blank Tapes, Letlive Daily Show: Tom Brokaw Colbert Report: J.J. Abrams Chelsea Lately: Pusha T, Moshe Kasher, Alice Wetterlund, Kurt Braunohler Conan O'Brien: James Franco, Neal McDonough Arsenio Hall: Key & Peele, Rosie Perez, Yo Gotti featuring T.I.
Just a week after telling Jay Leno that she and new husband Brandon Blackstock were "trying like rabbits" to make a baby, Kelly Clarkson has announced that she is expecting her first child. The singer announced her big news on Twitter, writing, “I’m pregnant!!! Brandon and I are so excited! Best early Christmas present ever." Clarkson is also stepmom to Blackstock's two children with his ex-wife, Savannah and Seth.
Katy Perry premiered the gorgeous music video for her new single "Unconditionally" on MTV last night. Inspired by glossy film adaptations of period novels Dangerous Liaisons and Anna Karenina, it features the pop star holding court in a fabulous ballroom while exquisitely costumed dancers move around her. There are exploding flowers and a car that crashes into Katy and crumbles into pieces. What inspired the song itself? The pop star revealed in an interview leading up to the premiere, "That's how I aspire to be loved, especially without fear and acceptance." Hear that, John Mayer?
One Direction's new album Midnight Memories leaked on Monday, a full week ahead of its November 25 release date, and the boys aren't happy about it. "It is annoying because there's this big build-up and it affects sales," says Liam Payne. "We really want a No. 1, so we're just kind of hoping for the best now." Louis Tomlinson adds, "It's just frustrating when you work so hard on an album and you kind of want everyone to hear it at the same time." Payne took a shot at the leakers, saying, "There are some very clever people out there. You're buggers!"
Modern Family on ABC (Claire encourages Jay to go to ClosetCon, where he is reunited with former colleagues; for the first time, Cam takes Lily and Mitch to the Tucker farm)
Nashville on ABC (Deacon confronts Rayna about putting too much pressure on Scarlett; Jeff battles Rayna for control of the album she made with Liam; Gunnar struggles as he attempts to write a song for a major artist)
Survivor on CBS (An emotional loss results in the first jury member of the season; a tearful tribal council; a contestant makes a generous offer)
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation on CBS (When two people are stabbed at a local motel, the incident resembles two previous crimes that occurred in the same location)
The X Factor on Fox (The finalists perform songs by U.K. artists; One Direction performs)
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit on NBC (When Rollins tries to help a friend press rape charges against her lover, she finds herself thrust into the middle of the case)
SouthPark on Comedy Central (The battle for new gaming devices heats up with Black Friday around the corner; Cartman seeks revenge after Princess Kenny's betrayal)
American Horror Story: Coven on FX (Fiona finds purpose in a dangerous love affair; Queenie questions her place in the Coven; Cordelia makes a decision about her mother)
Ke$ha: My Crazy Beautiful Life on MTV (Ke$ha helps her cousin's boyfriend plan the ultimate proposal in Las Vegas)
Extreme Cheapskates on TLC (A Utah housewife spends only $1,400 a month for her family of five by rationing and finding new uses for everything)
"Buying Naked" premieres tonight on TLC and follows two couples as they go house hunting while naked. The program is strategically shot so something is always blocking the private parts
David Letterman: Howard Stern Jay Leno: Blake Shelton, Kathie Lee Gifford, Hoda Kotb, Imelda May Jimmy Kimmel: Idris Elba, Rene Redzepi, Chvrches Craig Ferguson: Nikki Reed, Joe Zimmerman Jimmy Fallon: Will Forte, Charlie Wilson Carson Daly: Mark Protosevich, Jonathan Wilson, David Finkel Daily Show: Jennifer Lawrence Colbert Report: M.I.A. Chelsea Lately: Sam Claflin, Chris Franjola, Fortune Feimster, Whitney Cummings Conan O'Brien: Ron Burgundy, Jessie Ware Arsenio Hall: Whoopi Goldberg, Hill Harper, David Morrissey
For all of those people out there who want to give the Gwyneth Paltrow way, the actress has released a holiday gift guide on her blog Goop. And it's just as pretentious as you'd expect. Her recommendations include a $232 Debossed Sloane Stationery leather notebook, a $531 pair of pajamas and a $1,603 gold "paperclip necklace" by Hillier. For a stocking stuffer, Gwyneth recommends a $258 set of playing cards by luxe design house Hermès Paris. She also shares that her daughter Apple wants an iPod 5 ($229-$399), plus a $50 water-proof case so she can take it in the pool. To get everything on Gwyneth's out-of-touch list, you'll have to cough up $23,000.
Forget the internet and MTV -- Kanye West has chosen to premiere his new music video for "Bound 2" on The Ellen DeGeneres Show tomorrow, November 19. Hold your breath, because Ellen's website teases that the video "may or may not feature his stunning and curvalicious fiancée Kim Kardashian." We're just surprised the video's been deemed appropriate enough for daytime television.
At this weekend's American Music Awards, Rihanna will be presented with the show's first ever AMA Icon Award. AMA executive producer Larry Klein says, "The first-ever Icon Award was created to honor an artist whose body of work has made a profound influence over pop music on a global level. Rihanna’s iconic and innovative sound has enabled her to become one of the most influential and best-selling artists of all time.” Rihanna is also set to perform at the show.
PRIME TIME TV Dancing With the Stars on ABC (Guest judge Maksim Chmerkovskiy; the couples perform to two different versions of the same song; Kerli performs; Noah Guthrie performs; the couples face elimination)
How I Met Your Mother on CBS (Barney concocts a plan when his father (John Lithgow) arrives at the hotel; Ted thinks he is being framed when a wedding-related duty gets messed up)
Mike & Molly on CBS (Molly goes to the funeral home where Victoria works to research her novel; Mike looks at Molly's writing)
The Voice on NBC (The top 10 artists perform)
Sleepy Hollow on NBC (Ichabod, Abbie, Capt. Irving and Jenny Mills unite against the Headless Horseman; information about the Horseman's motive shocks Ichabod)
NFL Football on ESPN (New England Patriots at Carolina Panthers)
Teen Mom 3 on MTV (Katie shares news about her relationship with Joey; Briana confronts Devoin)
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills on Bravo (Carlton hosts the ladies for lunch in her Gothic mansion; Lisa is teased by her friends; Kyle upsets Carlton by asking too many questions)
LATE NIGHT TV David Letterman: Vince Vaughn, 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion, Luscious Jackson Jay Leno: Whoopi Goldberg, TOTEM from Cirque de Soleil Jimmy Kimmel: Barbara Walters, Josh Gad, Fall Out Boy Jimmy Fallon: Bill Cosby, Brad Whitford Carson Daly: "The Wes Anderson Collection", St. Lucia, Adam Richmond Daily Show: Elizabeth Olsen Colbert Report: Steve McQueen Chelsea Lately: Jeffrey Wright, Michael Yo, Jen Kirkman, Ross Mathews Conan O'Brien: Eric Stonestreet, David Morrissey, Reggie Watts
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)
Who has Justin Bieber upset this week? An entire country. The pop star, who is currently on his South American tour, performed in Buenos Aires, Argentina on Saturday night. But things got ugly when fans tossed a pair of Argentine flags onto the stage. Bieber wiped them across and off the stage using both his shoes and microphone stand. Many were offended by his actions, which were captured in various cell phone videos and posted to Youtube. The bad news for Bieber? The footage has obviously gone viral. The even worse news? Disgracing Argentina's flag is a crime "punishable by up to four years in prison." Nice job, kid.
Mariah Carey's stint as a judge on American Idol only lasted for one season, so it obviously wasn't a very successful experience for her. In an interview with New York City's Hot 97, Carey puts it bluntly: "Honestly, I hated it." She goes on to address her highly publicized feud with fellow former judge Nicki Minaj, saying, "It was like hell going to work every day in hell with Satan." She then laughs it off, saying, "I'm just playing; it didn't affect me that much." The diva also hints at ulterior motives in the show's choices of contestants, saying, "It was disappointing when they would, for political reasons, not put people through."
Grey's Anatomy on ABC (As Callie is faced with a malpractice suit, her supportive father (Hector Elizondo) visits and shares a secret; past details about Callie and Arizona's marriage are revealed)
The Big Bang Theory on CBS (When a mistake comes to light, Sheldon makes Leonard walk a mile in his shoes; Penny decides to confront Raj's ex)
The Crazy Ones on CBS (When a conflict arises, Simon and Sydney's partner (Brad Garrett) forces Simon to give up his very first client)
Two and a Half Men on CBS (Lyndsey's jealousy disrupts Walden's and Alan's dates with beautiful women)
Parks and Recreation on NBC (An emergency late-night filibuster forces Leslie to leave Ben's birthday party early; Tom tries to create memories with his girlfriend; Ron and Donna go hunting; April and Andy reconnect)
Sean Saves the World on NBC (Under Lorna's influence, Sean decides to be more of a disciplinarian to Ellie; Max gets in Hunter's head)
The Michael J. Fox Show on NBC (Mike tries to convince Ian to reconsider college; Annie learns Eve has been confiding in Leigh, instead of her; Graham decides to de-clutter the apartment)
The X Factor on Fox (Contestants face elimination)
Glee on Fox (The club learns how to twerk; Marley learns about Jake and Bree; Rachel tries to talk Kurt into getting a tattoo)
The Vampire Diaries on The CW (Damon and Elena attempt to explain Amara's situation to Stefan; Katherine receives disturbing news; Silas fails to fulfill a promise)
Anger Management on FX (Charlie inadvertently encourages Lacey to date Patrick for her inheritance)
Project Runway All Stars on Lifetime (The designers must use materials found in an elementary-school classroom for an unconventional challenge)
NFL Football on NFL Net (Indianapolis Colts at Tennessee Titans)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Claire Danes, Will Forte, Metric Jay Leno: Craig Ferguson, JRand featuring Flo Rida Jimmy Kimmel: Sarah Silverman, David Blaine, Charlie Wilson Craig Ferguson: Donald Sutherland, Casey Wilson Jimmy Fallon: Damian Lewis, Steve Coogan, Sheryl Crow, Wanz Carson Daly: Erin Foley, "Dear Mr. Watterson", Two Door Cinema Club Chelsea Lately: Kerry Washington, Ben Gleib, Cameron Esposito, Julian McCullough Conan O'Brien: Melissa McCarthy, Billy Gardell, Chris Elliott, Yuna Totally Biased: Jim Norton Arsenio Hall: Taye Diggs, Terrence Howard, Morris Chestnut, Harold Perrineau, Robert Glasper Experiment featuring Anthony Hamilton
After making an adorable appearance the MTV European Music Awards this week, Breaking Bad actor RJ Mitte told Digital Spy that he's planning on branching into music: "I'm learning guitar, I'm learning piano. I have a bit of an issue as I only have one good hand and one good ear, but I'm slowly getting over it one day at a time. We'll see what happens. I love music. My house is constantly filled with music – from vinyl to the thousands and thousands of songs on my hard drive." As for acting, Mitte says he won't be appearing in the Breaking Bad spinoff Better Call Saul. Fans can catch him on ABC drama Switched at Birth.
Mark Wahlberg and his family will star in a new A&E reality TV show called Wahlburgers. The show is based around movie star Mark and the burger restaurant he co-owns with his brother Donnie in their hometown of Hingham, Massachusetts. Mark's brother Paul runs the restaurant, and their mother, Alma, also works there. In an appearance on The Arsenio Hall Show on Monday, Donnie explained the show's name, saying, "They called us that as kids. They used to tease me. They'd say, 'Hey Wahlburgers.' [That is] if they weren't calling me junior jailbird 'cause my older brothers being inmates all the time." Wahlburgers will premiere on January 22.
PRIME TIME TV Modern Family on ABC (The family goes to the annual school fair; Phil and Claire each plan a separate surprise for their 20th wedding anniversary; Haley has an awkward encounter)
Nashville on ABC (Maddie feels lost as Teddy and Peggy's wedding day approaches; Juliette angers a lecherous but influential DJ; Deacon discovers an unexpected ally as he tries to find his way back to music)
Survivor on CBS (The castaways endure two tribal councils; one castaway tries to change history during a difficult challenge)
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation on CBS (A dead man is found inside a human-size hamster ball; the team collaborates on a serial rapist investigation)
The X Factor on Fox (Voting results; the remaining hopefuls perform songs from the '80s)
SouthPark on Comedy Central (The boys prepare themselves for the impending holiday shopping crowds)
Ke$ha: My Crazy Beautiful Life on MTV (Ke$ha and her best friend go on vacation in the Bahamas; a pet psychic tends to a cranky Mr. Peeps)
Extreme Cheapskates on TLC (To afford his dream of becoming a professional wrestler a man reduces his spending to $300 a month; a woman never leaves her family's catering events without leftovers. Instead of buying things, the O'Briens fix their broken belongings; Aimee's net worth is millions of dollars but she refuses to spend more than a thousand a month.)
American Horror Story: Coven on FX (Zoe, Queenie and Nan make contact with a dark spirit trapped in the academy; Cordelia's new power brings on a heartbreaking revelation)
LATE NIGHT TV David Letterman: Samuel L. Jackson, Chris Matthews Jay Leno: Bill Cosby, Chris Pratt, Gary Allan Jimmy Kimmel: Ray Romano, Eddie Cibrian, the Killers Craig Ferguson: Kaley Cuoco, Kellie Pickler Jimmy Fallon: Ice-T, Thomas Rhett Carson Daly: Roberto Orci, Alex Kurtzman, the Melodic, Tame Impala Chelsea Lately: Tim Allen, James Davis, Heather McDonald, Matt Braunger Conan O'Brien: Will Arnett, Jim Gaffigan, M.I.A. Arsenio Hall: Anthony Hopkins, Melissa Joan Hart, RZA
A lot of people thought Lady Gaga's song "Born This Way" sounded a little too much like Madonna's "Express Yourself" -- including Madonna. Madge even indirectly took a shot at Gaga's copycat song by performing it during her 2012 MDNA tour. In a new interview, Gaga addresses the cover, saying that it "floored" her and claiming she doesn't care if it was meant as a diss: "All it meant to me was that Madonna Ciccone was singing my song on her stage... and, as a punk rocker from New York, I've basically been hoping that I would become so good that one day I would piss off Madonna!" Wait, so now Lady Gaga is a "punk rocker"?
In an new interview with Esquire, George Clooney candidly addresses his relationship with Russell Crowe, who picked a fight by calling Clooney a "sellout" and a "Frank Sinatra wannabe." Clooney says he sent Crowe a note stating, "Dude, the only people who succeed when two famous people are fighting is People magazine. What the f**k is wrong with you?" He notes that Crowe sent him a book of his own poetry as an apology, claiming he was misquoted. Clooney's response? "Yeah, yeah. Whatever." Clooney also disses Leonardo DiCaprio and his basketball crew, claiming that Leo and his pals talked a big game and then got shut out by Clooney and his friends three games in a row. "You don’t talk s**t unless you can play," says Clooney.
Man of Steel, Turbo, Paradise, Prince Avalanche, Ambushed, Blackfish, The Citizen, Buffalo Girls, Frances Ha, IP Man: The Final Fight, I Declare War and Rising From Ashes are all out on DVD today
PRIME TIME TV Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. on ABC (Dangerous secrets are hidden from the team as Fitz and Ward are sent on a classified mission that may end tragically) Scandal for Real: The Top 10 Political Scandals of the Century on ABC (The top 10 biggest political scandals) NCIS on CBS (The team is forced to take another look at a hit-and-run murder case; McGee becomes suspicious of Tony's unusual behavior) NCIS: Los Angeles on CBS (The team must locate and retrieve a stolen antiterrorism device before the city is attacked; Hetty is haunted by her past) The Biggest Loser on NBC (The contestants prepare healthy dishes for season 14's kid ambassadors; one team works with a group of cancer survivors; weigh-in) The Voice on NBC (Ten contestants move to the next phase; Sara Bareilles performs) Brooklyn Nine-Nine on Fox (Jake gets to spend the day with his hero, a former crime reporter; Terry and Charles work with Rosa on how she comes across on the witness stand) Shahs of Sunset on Bravo (Asa visits the Diamond Water bottling plant; Reza and Adam decide to move in together; GG pressures her boyfriend into making a commitment; MJ and Lilly meet face-to-face, leaving the others to choose sides) Sons of Anarchy on FX (Jax looks to push the club forward, but the Irish put another obstacle in his way) Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition on Lifetime (The week's theme is ``Alice in Wonderland''; one mother sabotages the other dancers; the dancers strive to make it to the final three) Snooki & JWOWW on MTV (Snooki and Jenni have a girls weekend in Atlantic City, N.J.; the guys are left to watch Lorenzo, but Jionni gets Janis to babysit so they can play paintball)
LATE NIGHT TV David Letterman: Michael J. Fox, Lorde Jay Leno: Matt Lauer, Carrot Top, Cults Jimmy Kimmel: Robin Williams, the Killers Craig Ferguson: Ron Perlman, Lupita Nyong'o Jimmy Fallon: Mariah Carey, Malcolm Gladwell, Capital Cities Carson Daly: Jonas Cuaron, the Flaming Lips Tavis Smiley: Steve Tyrell Daily Show: Joe Scarborough Colbert Report: David Christian Chelsea Lately: Avril Lavigne, Josh Wolf, April Richardson, Loni Love Conan O'Brien: Dax Shepard, Regina Hall, Sean Patton Arsenio Hall: Patricia Heaton, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Childish Gambino
The thought of this cult classic movie presented as a Broadway show is simply…
Disney Theatrical has embarked on a stage adaptation of The Princess Bride — and we couldn't be more excited!
The adventures of Westley, Buttercup, Fezzik, Inigo Montoya, Prince Humperdinck, and the Man in Black will be developed into an upcoming play or a musical, for realz!
The iconic 1987 Rob Reiner directed flick featured an amazing cast that included Cary Elwes, Robin Wright, Mandy Patinkin, Wallace Shawn, Billy Crystal and Carole Kane, among others!
So we can't wait to see what kind of phenom talent they'll find for the live version!
No production timeline has been set yet, but it's being grouped with other shows Disney has in the works — including Shakespeare in Love, Alice in Wonderland, Dumbo and Freaky Friday!
Will Ferrell has been named the worst celebrity autograph signer by Autograph Magazine. According to the magazine, "He mocks people, taunts and embarrasses them when they ask for autographs." Others who were criticized for their ungraciousness: Cameron Diaz, Joaquin Phoenix, Renee Zellweger, Scarlett Johansson, and Bruce Willis. On the nice side of the things, Johnny Depp was named one of the best autograph signers, along with Matt Damon, George Clooney, Jack Nicholson, John Travolta, and Dakota Fanning.
Miley Cyrus had the most talked-about moment -- again -- at last night's MTV European Music Awards in Amsterdam. When she walked on stage to accept the award for Best Video, Cyrus lit up a joint. MTV censored the bit out on the telecast, but the pictures are, of course, all over the internet. Miley drama aside, Eminem was the night's big winner, picking up Best Male and the Global Icon Award. Katy Perry bested Cyrus to win Best Female, while Justin Bieber inexplicably beat Justin Timberlake, Jay Z, Bruno Mars, and Eminem to win Best Male. Mars didn't go home empty-handed, though -- he picked up the trophy for Best Song for "Locked Out of Heaven."
Complete list of winners
Best Video: "Wrecking Ball," Miley Cyrus Best Live: Beyonce Best Pop: One Direction Global Icon: Eminem Worldwide Act: Chris Lee Best Male: Justin Bieber Best Electronic: Avicii Best Rock: Green Day Best New: Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Best Female: Katy Perry Best Alternative: 30 Seconds to Mars Best Hip-Hop: Eminem Best Song: "Locked Out of Heaven," Bruno Mars Biggest Fans: Tokio Hotel Best Look: Harry Styles Rising Star: Austin Mahone
They've been dating for less than six months, but Jenny McCarthy is already thinking about marrying boyfriend Donnie Wahlberg. During her pre-taped appearance on Monday's episode of Bethenny, the View co-host revealed to Bethenny Frankel that she would definitely say "yes" if Wahlberg proposed. "I think he would be an amazing husband!" she gushed. "I would sure say yes. I wouldn't be surprised if I was the one proposing!" The outspoken blonde, 41, is used to making the first move. She also shared for the umpteenth time that she gave Wahlberg, 44, her number after it became clear that he wasn't going to take action.
Harry Potter got one, so why not Katniss Everdeen? Lionsgate CEO Jon Feltheimer says that they are considering creating a Hunger Games theme park. "We have been approached in two different territories about potential theme park opportunities, which gives you a sense of the cultural impact of this franchise," he says. "We are excited about those opportunities and are pursuing them." A theme park based on a free-for-all killing spree? Sounds a little terrifying to us.
Dancing With the Stars on ABC How I Met Your Mother on CBS (During a flashback, the gang wonders how the Ted, Robin and Barney love triangle will play out; Barney accepts challenges from Robin and Lily) Mike & Molly on CBS (When Molly decides to start a career as a crime novelist, she goes on a ride-along with Mike to research her first book) The Voice on NBC (The top 12 artists perform) Sleepy Hollow on Fox (Abbie and Ichabod look for clues to stop the evil in town; Abbie receives an unexpected visit from Andy Brooks (John Cho) Beauty and the Beast on The CW (Cat confronts her birth father about his role in her life; Vincent sets out to neutralize a beast and ends up rescuing a damsel in distress) Extreme Animal Obsessions on Animal PI (Man scavenges road kill for gourmet meals; pony play; unique golf putters made) Bear Grylls: Escape From Hell on Discovery (Bear heads to Canada's snow covered Pacific coast mountains to re-live the experience of survivors) Life After Anna Nicole: The Larry & Dannielynn Story on E! (Discover how Larry Birkhead and his daughter Dannielynn have moved on from Anna Nicole Smith's death) Bizarre Foods America on Travel (Episode: Pittsburgh; Catfish & Kiska ... Blending old and new food traditions; stuffed cabbage; braunschweiger; goat hear tartare) NFL Football on ESPN (Miami Dolphins at Tampa Bay Buccaneers)
LATE NIGHT TV David Letterman: Julianna Margulies, Gen. Ray Odierno, Moon Taxi Jay Leno: Rebel Wilson, Kelly Clarkson, Lyle Lovett Jimmy Kimmel: Zooey Deschanel, Chris Elliott, Frank Turner Craig Ferguson: LL Cool J, Carrie Keagan Jimmy Fallon: Billy Crystal, Evan Rachel Wood, Cher Lloyd featuring Skee-Lo Tavis Smiley: Edward James Olmos, LisaGay Hamilton Daily Show: Doris Kearns Goodwin Colbert Report: Peter Baker Chelsea Lately: Sam Morgante, John Caparulo, Sarah Tiana, Ross Mathews Conan O'Brien: Col. Chris Hadfield, Avril Lavigne Totally Biased: Baratunde Thurston
Lady Gaga and her longtime manager Troy Carter have parted ways, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Carter helped launch the pop star's career after signing her in 2007. Together, they launched an international phenomenon who has sold upward of 20 million albums worldwide. A source claims that "creative differences" ultimately led to the break, while another insider tells THR that Carter, while sad, feels "liberated" to be relieved from duty. Gaga's rep has so far refused to confirm nor deny that the singer and her manager had parted ways.
Production on the third installment of everyone's favorite British mystery-solver movie has officially begun, says Jude Law. The man whose played Watson opposite Robert Downey Jr.'s Sherlock for the first two films says a third is being written. Director Guy Ritchie, who was behind the camera on the previous two, is also reportedly on board. All that's left now, says 40-year-old star Law, is for the studio, Warner Bros., “to agree to pay for it.”
A shirtless Justin Bieber stormed off the stage in Brazil after what is reported to be a bottle hit him in the head. Reportedly, fans waited nearly an hour for their Boyfriend to return to the stage and finish the show, but he never came back! Bieber, who is touring, spent his time hyping his new single Bad Day on Twitter and didn't discuss his stage mishap.
Grown Ups 2, White House Down, Lovelace, Broken, As I Lay Dying, Girl Most Likely, Parkland, Passion, Renoir and Syrup are all out on DVD today
PRIME TIME TV Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. on ABC (When floating bodies are discovered, Coulson and the team pursue an elusive killer) In the Spotlight With Robin Roberts: Countdown to the CMA Awards on ABC (Jason Aldean talks about fame and family; Luke Bryan opens up about family tragedies; Shania Twain's Las Vegas show; behind the scenes of ``Nashville'' with Hayden Panettiere and Connie Britton; country duets with Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers.) NCIS on CBS (When family matters force Gibbs to leave mid-case, McGee and Tony argue over who should lead the murder investigation in his place) NCIS: Los Angeles on CBS (The team must alert Homeland Security when they uncover a threat to a Los Angeles-based train during a murder investigation) The Biggest Loser on NBC (The contestants face temptation as they participate in a challenge in a pumpkin patch full of candy, cash and a huge prize; a trainer and a contestant have a heart-to-heart) The Voice on NBC (The artists perform) Brooklyn Nine-Nine on Fox (Jake's co-workers help him find evidence to keep a suspect he arrested in custody; Gina and Rosa have a pie contest; Holt helps Terry look better to his in-laws) Sons of Anarchy on FX (Jax learns new secrets that turn his world sideways) Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition on Lifetime (The children choose their dance styles; one unlucky dancer must perform a dance style that no one else wanted) Snooki & JWOWW on MTV (Snooki searches for a babysitter for Lorenzo; Jenni and Roger take Snooki and Jionni to the haunted Pennhurst Asylum) LATE NIGHT TV David Letterman: Kathy Griffin, Bruce McCall, J. Cole Jay Leno: Liam Hemsworth, Jayma Mays, the Rides featuring Stephen Stills & Kenny Wayne Shepherd Jimmy Kimmel: Vince Vaughn, Mark Consuelos, St. Lucia Craig Ferguson: Kevin Kline, Jenna Dewan-Tatum Jimmy Fallon: Lucy Liu, Zachary Quinto, Giada De Laurentiis Carson Daly: Kira Soltanovich, the Naked and Famous Tavis Smiley: Al Jarreau Daily Show: John Goodman Colbert Report: Julius Erving Chelsea Lately: Stephen Amell, Dov Davidoff, Jessimae Peluso, Ross Mathews Conan O'Brien: Jonny Gomes, Artie Lange, Johnny Marr Totally Biased: Redskins Debate with Gregg Deal & Andy Thundercloud Arsenio Hall: Ted Danson, Shemar Moore, Atlas Genius
Charlie Sheen says his ex-wife is endangering their children. In an outrageous 10-minute interview with TMZ, Sheen blasted the Los Angeles Department of Children and Family Services for allowing his ex Brooke Mueller to spend more time with their four-and-a-half year old twin sons Bob and Max. Sheen accused Mueller of bribing government officials, said she allowed the kids to hang around drug dealers, and said his boys were terrorized by her pet tarantulas and lizards. “She's as awful a parent and a person as you can possibly draw up,” says Sheen.
Britney Spears has posted her newest single on her Facebook page. The ballad "Perfume" is from her forthcoming eighth album, Britney Jean, which will be released on December 3. “Perfume is incredibly special to me,” the pop star told E! News. “Everyone's been through an insecure moment in a relationship that's left them vulnerable and I think this song captures that.” Britney is also less than a month away from a two-residency at the Hard Rock in Las Vegas. “A tour based in one place just seems ideal,” says the travel-weary artist.
PRIME TIME TV Dancing With the Stars on ABC (Cher performs; the seven remaining couples perform) How I Met Your Mother on CBS (Barney is caught in the middle of Robin and Loretta's conflict; Marshall and Daphne discover a stowaway on their road trip; Ted and Cassie visit a lighthouse) Mike & Molly on CBS (Molly decides to leave her teaching career to become a writer) The Voice on NBC (The artists perform) Sleepy Hollow on Fox (When Ichabod goes missing, Abbie has a vision that the headless horseman will return to Sleepy Hollow; Abbie turns to Henry Parrish for help) Beauty and the Beast on The CW (Cat uncovers more of her past than she anticipated at her high school reunion; Vincent reunites with a military friend who has a dangerous secret) The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills on Bravo (Kyle throws a cocktail party at her home and hires Lisa's staff at SUR to cater it; Lisa struggles to keep the peace) The Real Housewives of Miami on Bravo (Joanna and Romain's wedding; Lisa and Alexia get some good news; Adriana sees a new side to Lea) LATE NIGHT TV David Letterman: David Ortiz, Woody Harrelson, the Wanted Jay Leno: Anthony Hopkins, Sting Jimmy Kimmel: Chris Hemsworth, Artie Lange, Jane's Addiction Craig Ferguson: Lauren Graham, Eugenio Derbez Jimmy Fallon: Simon Baker, Sen. John McCain, the Dismemberment Plan Chelsea Lately: Tom Hiddleston, Brad Wollack, Arden Myrin, Ryan Stout Conan O'Brien: Kevin Kline, King Krule Arsenio Hall: Michael Weatherly, Jerry Ferrara, Janelle Monae
Kanye West and Kim Kardashian are suing YouTube co-founder Chad Hurley, accusing him of leaking a video of West proposing to Kardashian at San Francisco's AT&T Park last week. TMZ reports that Kimye say Hurley snuck his way into the stadium uninvited and broke a confidentiality agree by posting the video to his new website, MixBit. Legal documents filed in the case read, "Hurley proceeded to try to turn the event into one starring himself, broadcasting the images he knew were the exclusive property rights of someone else," worded in a way that sounds like the couple is more upset about the loss of attention from themselves than from any privacy violation.
Call him the Calvin Klein of Kmart. Adam Levine debuted his apparel and accessories collection for Kmart earlier this month, and it's apparently flying off the shelves. Speaking to Women's Wear Daily, Bernt Ullmann, president and chief executive officer of Star Branding and president of Kmart parent Sears Holdings Corp.’s Shop Your Way Brands, said that Levine's popular offerings have managed to usher in a brand new type of customer for the mass retailer: "...I think Adam has the ability to be Kmart's Calvin Klein business."
YourTango's put together a list of 12 romantic films that are guaranteed to teach a man a special message about love. Here they are:
Gone With the Wind
Sleepless in Seattle
When Harry Met Sally
Romeo + Juliet
It Happened One Night
The Bridges of MadisonCounty
The sci-flick Ender's Game hits theaters today. Also out is About Time, it is a different brand of sci-fi film, a romance that follows the life of a young man who discovers he can time travel. Thanksgiving season kicks off with the animated Free Birds, a buddy comedy about two turkeys trying to change the fate of turkeys around the world. Take your dad to see Last Vegas, a comedy starring Morgan Freeman, Michael Douglas, Kevin Kline, and Robert de Niro as four lifelong friends who hit Vegas for a bachelor party.
Friday November 1, 2013 Shark Tank on ABC (Safe and natural cleaning products; a party cup with a hidden shot glass; a lightweight, electric bodyboard; a root cover for recently planted trees) Undercover Boss on CBS (Alfred Angelo President Paul Quentel goes under cover and is inspired by a hard-working, hearing-impaired employee) Dracula on NBC (Grayson and Lady Jayne become lovers as he looks into her connections; Grayson helps Mina face a challenge; Jonathan strikes a bargain that has unexpected consequences) The Carrie Diaries on The CW (Walt and Carrie's new roommate makes herself too comfortable; Samantha gives Mouse sex tips; Tom asks Deb to spend the weekend with him) America's Next Top Model on Fox (The guys get competitive during a workout challenge; a model struggles during a photo shoot in which they hang upside down with bats)
Saturday November 2, 2013 ABCSatNightCollege Football: Miami at Florida State FOXSatNightCollege Football: Oklahoma State at Texas Tech HBO New Movie of the Week: Promised Land ... Starring Matt Damon, John Krasinski, Frances McDormand, Rosemarie DeWitt, Hal Holbrook. Representatives from a natural-gas company face unexpected opposition when they try to secure drilling rights in an economically depressed town. Saturday Night Live on NBC (Host Kerry Washington; Eminem performs)
Sunday November 3, 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup: AAA Texas 500 on ESPN (From Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, Texas) The Amazing Race on CBS (A team is faced with temptation; the racers sing with the Vienna Boys' Choir; an intense dispute occurs) Sun Night NFL Football on NBC (Indianapolis Colts at Houston Texans) The Simpsons on Fox (After a funeral, Homer, Marge, Mr. Burns and Kent Brockman work to right past regrets) Family Guy on Fox (Quagmire is excited to meet a woman with a sex drive equal to his own, until she kidnaps him to make him her sex slave; a love triangle forms between Stewie, Brian and Stewie's teddy bear) The Walking Dead on AMC (The supply mission faces hurdles; the situation at the prison worsens) Keeping Up With the Kardashians on E! (Khloe uses Bruce's camping trip to hunt for aliens. Kris wants her family's support while launching her new talk show) Boardwalk Empire on HBO (Nucky refuses to back Chalky in a conflict; Gillian makes her custody case in court; Van Alden stands up to Capone and comes clean to O'Banion; Rothstein tries to make a trade) Oprah: Where Are They Now? on OWN (Michael Bolton, Jon Gosselin, Soleil Moon Frye & Wonder Woman Lynda Carter)