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Justin Bieber's attorney filed paperwork yesterday in which the pop star pled not guilty to charges of DUI, resisting arrest and driving with an expired license in Florida. Bieber's legal troubles didn't end there -- last night he turned himself in to a Toronto police station to face an assault charge stemming from an encounter with a limo driver in December. Bieber's entourage reportedly attacked the driver, and Bieber himself was charged with one count of assault last night for allegedly hitting the man in the back of the head repeatedly. The 19-year-old was met with a crowd of photographers and screaming fans in Toronto last night, and about a dozen police officers were required to escort him into the police station. He is due back in court on March 10.

Wiz Khalifa apparently wasn't very impressed by Taylor Swift's headbanging piano performance at the Grammys on Sunday. During an appearance on E!'s Fashion Police, host Joan Rivers complimented the rapper's flashy watch and asked, "How many times did you check that watch during Taylor Swift's endless ballad?" Khalifa's wife Amber Rose said, "We love Taylor," but he wasn't inclined to be so polite. "I love Taylor, but I'm not even gonna lie, I fell asleep," he said. "Just a little bit... then I woke back up."

In the new music video for "Ain't It Fun," Paramore attempted to set the world record for breaking the most world records in a music video. The resulting clip shows Hayley Williams, Jeremy Davis and Taylor York accomplishing 10 silly world records, including: fastest time to smash 30 clocks with guitars, most feathers caught in 30 seconds, most vinyl records smashed in one minute, and fastest time to run backwards holding stuffed animals while blindfolded for 30 feet. Williams should get extra points for lip-synching the song during all of the attempts.


The Big Bang Theory on CBS (Unable to get Comic-Con tickets, Sheldon tries to hold his own convention and ends up spending a wild evening with James Earl Jones; the ladies try to act maturely)

The Crazy Ones on CBS (Andrew and Zach try to help Simon get his groove back following a creativity contest defeat; Sydney fears her new attachment to a cat will interfere with human relationships)

Two and a Half Men on CBS (Marty Pepper (Carl Reiner) proposes to Evelyn; Alan and Walden plan a bachelor party for Marty)

Community on NBC (As Annie prepares the cafeteria for the midterm dance, she and professor Hickey must deal with the head custodian, the head of IT and the head of parking)

Saturday Night Live Presents a SNL Sports Spectacular on NBC (Fan favorite sports-themed sketches; Seth Meyers hosts)

American Idol on Fox (Hopefuls audition in Omaha, Neb)

The Vampire Diaries on The CW (Damon receives a grisly gift from Enzo; Matt throws an impromptu party; Caroline makes a confession to Elena)

Anger Management on FX (Charlie gets Jordan to pose as his prison patient's fiance)

Project Runway: Under the Gunn on Lifetime (The designers and mentors take a Hollywood bus tour; the designers must create a red carpet look for a celebrity; Nick finds himself in big trouble)

iMPACT Wrestling on Spike (From Scotland; World Tag Team Champions The Bro Mans against Eric Young and The Monster Abyss)

Here Comes Honey Boo Boo on TLC (Earning money for a pool; Jessica has to settle for a group date with her boyfriend and the whole family. Time to consider moving; a new house wish-list; summer fun at the Blueberry Festival; a pie-eating contest)


David Letterman: Dr. Phil McGraw, Dum Dum Girls

Jay Leno: Miley Cyrus, Howie Mandel, Sarah McLachlan

Jimmy Kimmel: Zac Efron, Alison Brie, Sara Bareilles

Craig Ferguson: Max Greenfield, ZZ Ward

Jimmy Fallon: Melissa McCarthy, David Crosby

Carson Daly: Liz Meriweather, K. Flay, "Friday Night Tykes"

Daily Show: Rep. Nancy Pelosi

Colbert Report: Drew Brees

Chelsea Lately: Vanessa Hudgens, John Caparulo, Fortune Feimster, Julian McCullough

Conan O'Brien: Gen. Ray Odierno, Bill Burr

Arsenio Hall: Steve "Stone Cold" Austin, Lamorne Morris

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Macklemore & Ryan Lewis took their first Grammy Awards by storm last night. The hip-hop duo was named best new artist, as well as three major rap awards: best performance and best song for "Thrift Shop" and best album for The Heist. Daft Punk's album Random Access Memories picked up two Grammys, for best dance/electronica album and engineered album, and their single "Get Lucky" featuring Pharrell Williams was named best pop duo/group performance. New Zealand singer-songwriter Lorde was shocked to win best pop solo performance for her breakthrough hit "Royals," and Jay Z won best rap/ sung collaboration for "Holy Grail" featuring Justin Timberlake. He gave the cutest acceptance speech of the night, giving a shoutout to his baby daughter Blue Ivy: "Daddy got a gold sippy cup for you!"

The Grammy Winners

Various Winners

Album of the Year: "Random Access Memories," Daft Punk
Record of the Year: "Get Lucky," Daft Punk Featuring Pharrell Williams & Nile Rodgers
Song of the Year: "Royals," Joel Little & Ella Yelich O'Connor, songwriters (Lorde)
Best New Artist: Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
Best Spoken-Word Album: "America Again: Re-becoming The Greatness We Never Weren't," Stephen Colbert
Best Comedy Album: "Calm Down Gurrl," Kathy Griffin
Best Music Video: "Suit & Tie," Justin Timberlake Featuring Jay Z
Best Music Film: "Live Kisses," Paul McCartney


Pop Winners

Best Pop Solo Performance: "Royals," Lorde
Best Pop Duo/Group Performance: "Get Lucky," Daft Punk Featuring Pharrell Williams & Nile Rodgers
Best Pop Instrumental Album: "Steppin' Out," Herb Alpert
Best Pop Vocal Album: "Unorthodox Jukebox," Bruno Mars
Best Dance Recording: "Clarity," Zedd Featuring Foxes
Best Dance/Electronica Album: "Random Access Memories," Daft Punk
Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album: "To Be Loved," Michael Buble


Rock Winners

Best Rock Performance: "Radioactive," Imagine Dragons
Best Metal Performance: "God Is Dead?" Black Sabbath
Best Rock Song: "Cut Me Some Slack," Dave Grohl, Paul McCartney, Krist Novoselic & Pat Smear, songwriters (Paul McCartney, Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic, Pat Smear)
Best Rock Album: "Celebration Day," Led Zeppelin
Best Alternative Music Album: "Modern Vampires Of The City," Vampire Weekend


R&B and Rap Various Winners

Best R&B Performance: "Something," Snarky Puppy With Lalah Hathaway
Best Traditional R&B Performance: "Please Come Home," Gary Clark Jr.
Best R&B Song: "Pusher Love Girl," James Fauntleroy, Jerome Harmon, Timothy Mosley & Justin Timberlake, songwriters (Justin Timberlake)
Best Urban Contemporary Album: "Unapologetic," Rihanna
Best R&B Album: "Girl On Fire," Alicia Keys
Best Rap Performance: "Thrift Shop," Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Featuring Wanz
Best Rap/Sung Collaboration: "Holy Grail," Jay Z feat. Justin Timberlake
Best Rap Song: "Thrift Shop," Ben Haggerty & Ryan Lewis, songwriters (Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Featuring Wanz)
Best Rap Album: "The Heist," Macklemore & Ryan Lewis


Country Winners

Best Country Solo Performance: "Wagon Wheel," Darius Rucker
Best Country Duo/Group Performance: "From This Valley," The Civil Wars
Best Country Song: "Merry Go 'Round," Shane McAnally, Kacey Musgraves & Josh Osborne, songwriters (Kacey Musgraves)
Best Country Album: "Same Trailer Different Park," Kacey Musgraves


The Bachelor on ABC (Juan Pablo and the 13 remaining women travel to Seoul, South Korea; 2NE1 gives Juan Pablo and his six dates dancing lessons; Sharleen gets the one-on-one date; Juan Pablo takes six women on a tour of South Korea's craziest adventures)

How I Met Your Mother on CBS (The mother reveals how she met Ted and what she has been doing over the past eight years)

Mike & Molly on CBS (After fighting with Joyce about money, Molly and Mike move into Mike's childhood bedroom at Peggy's place)

The Following on Fox (Ryan receives mysterious phone calls that lead to an encounter with a major threat; revelations about Joe's new life come to light)

Bad Ink on A&E (A military veteran has a hard time explaining her inappropriate tattoo to her children; an artist in a bad mood leaves a woman with bad ink; the call of duty leads the guys to a bachelorette party in a limousine)

South Park on Comedy Central (Cartman freezes himself in an attempt to make his three-week wait for a new gaming device pass quickly; a freak accident lands Cartman over 500 years in the future where there are warring factions and angry sea otters)

Rachael vs. Guy Celebrity Cook-Off on Food (Creating the ultimate game day grub; guest judges are Chef Alex Guarnaschelli and Josh Elliott of ``Good Morning America.'')

Teen Wolf on MTV (Beacon Hills is under curfew from the power outage; the teens throw a blacklight Halloween party; Scott tries to earn Kira's trust)

WWE Monday Night RAW on USA (Which Superstar won the Royal Rumble match and is on his way to WrestleMania?)


David Letterman: Louis C.K., B.J. Ganem, Arctic Monkeys

Jay Leno: Dana Carvey, Earvin "Magic" Johnson, A Great Big World

Jimmy Kimmel: Chris O'Donnell, Paul George

Craig Ferguson: Michael Sheen, the Lone Bellow (R 12/13/13)

Jimmy Fallon: Johnny Knoxville, Barry Gibb

Carson Daly: We Cause Scenes, Capital Cities, Kan Wakan

Daily Show: Jeff Garlin

Colbert Report: Nate Silver

Chelsea Lately: Andy Samberg, Moshe Kasher, Loni Love, Gary Valentine

Conan O'Brien: The Strypes

Arsenio Hall: Gabby Douglas, Imani Hakim, Sydney Mikayla

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Nicki Minaj looks glamorous posing next to Kobe Bryant on the cover of ESPN magazine, but the hip-hop diva isn't a fan of the photo. Minaj posted a photo of the cover on her Instagram account along with the message, "When retouching goes wrong." She followed up by posting a few un-retouched photos from the shoot, captioning one of them, "I love my personal unretouched photos where my forehead doesn't mysteriously grow in length." The experience wasn't a total wash, though -- Minaj also wrote, "So honored to be a part of this with Kobe. Had a blast."

George Clooney is raising a lot of money for charity by offering up something a lot of people want -- some one-on-one time with him. Omaze.com is offering one winner and a friend the chance to hang out with Clooney backstage at David Letterman and walk on the red carpet at the premiere of his new movie Monuments Men. (And, because you obviously want to look your best before meeting Gorgeous George, a day of pampering). Entries are only $10, and more than $540,000 have already been raised, with the contest running until January 30. The money will go to the Satellite Sentinel Project, which monitors Sudan for incidents of violence and crimes against humanity.

Celebrity parents and distinguished scribes Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon are releasing a children's picture book. Scholastic announced yesterday that they've acquired the rights to Roc and Roe's Twelve Days of Christmas, a holiday story with characters based on Carey and Cannon's two-year-old twins Moroccan and Monroe. According to Scholastic, the book is an "adorable" take on a classic Christmas carol. 

The dystopian fantasy I, Frankenstein stars Aaron Eckhart as the famous superhuman, caught in the middle of a war between gargoyles and demons. In the drama Gimme Shelter, Vanessa Hudgens plays a pregnant, homeless teenager struggling to survive life on the streets. The Chilean film Gloria tells the story of a 58-year-old divorcée who falls passionately in love with an older man. In much lighter fare, Knights of Badassdom is a horror comedy about a group of live action role players who accidentally unleash a succubus from the pits of hell. 


Shark Tank on ABC (Stylish baby shoes; emergency food-replacement pill; children's swimwear with sun protection; custom playing cards for exercise; Daisy Cakes follow-up)

The Carrie Diaries on The CW (Carrie and the gang get ready for their senior prom; Larissa presents Carrie with an opportunity; Mouse uncovers a secret about Donna)

Fashion Police on E! (Actor Terry Crews; actress Elisabeth Röhm)

Oprah: Where Are They Now? on OWN (Margaret Cho's open marriage; Lou Ferrigno on training Michael Jackson; the lady in Corbin Bleu's life; Sinead O'Connor)

WWE Friday Night SmackDown! on SyFy (Countdown to the Royal Rumble. Plus, The Big Show & Rey Mysterio vs. The Real Americans)


HBO New Movie of the Week: The Incredible Burt Wonderstone .. Starring: Steve Carell, Steve Buscemi, Olivia Wilde, Jim Carrey, James Gandolfini. Two long-reigning kings of a Las Vegas magic act must put aside the secret feud between them to prevent a slick new performer from usurping the throne.

UFC: Henderson vs. Thomson on Fox (Jeremy Stephens vs. Darren Elkins; Adriano Martins vs. Donald Cerrone; Gabriel Gonzaga vs. Stipe Miocic; Benson Henderson vs. Josh Thomson. From Chicago)

Shaun White: Russia Calling on NBC (A look at the snowboarder preparing for the Winter Olympics and how he maintains his competitive edge)

Saturday Night Live on NBC (Host Jonah Hill; Bastille performs)


60 Minutes on CBS (Mental health care for young people; Fortune 500 companies who hired disadvantaged youths from Year Up, a non-profit organization that trains people for corporate jobs; TV-show host Jay Leno discusses his departure from late-night)

The Bachelor on ABC (Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici declare their love for each other in front of family and friends, including Trista and Ryan Sutter, Ashley and J.P. Rosenbaum, Jason and Molly Mesnick, Desiree Hartsock and Chris Siegfried)

The 56th Annual Grammy Awards on ABC (Festivities at Staples Center in Los Angeles honor excellence in the recording industry; scheduled performers include Daft Punk, Kendrick Lamar, Imagine Dragons, P!nk and Nate Reuss; LL Cool J hosts)

2014 Pro Bowl on NBC (From Aloha Stadium in Honolulu)

The Simpsons on Fox (When Marge tries Homer's new high-tech glasses on, he learns she's seeing a marriage counselor; Bart refuses to buy Nelson a Valentine's Day card)

Family Guy on Fox (When Brian's son, now a TV star, comes to town, Brian is more focused on landing a job on the show's writing staff than being a good dad; an accidental shooting leads to a conflict between Quagmire and Peter)

Keeping Up With the Kardashians on E! (Rob invites Khloé to move in with him; Kris gets bitten by the Broadway bug; Kourtney catches Scott in a lie)

RichKids of Beverly Hills on E! (Brendan plans a luxury getaway but former feuds and tension threaten to destroy their paradise)

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Beyonce and Jay Z are under fire for some questionable lyrics in their new collaboration "Drunk in Love," and it's not Jay Z's line about "breasteses for breakfast." The UK radio station Bang Radio is editing out a verse in which Jay Z raps, "Now eat the cake, Anna Mae / I said eat the cake, Anna Mae." The line references a scene in the Tina Turner biopic What's Love Got to Do With It, in which Ike Turner forces Tina to eat cake (Tina Turner's birth name is Anna Mae Bullock). According to Bang Radio, "The lyrics controversially imitate a scene of severe domestic violence within the film, displaying promotion of domestic violence against women... In this light Bang [refuses] to play the song lyrics from henceforth on our station."

Lady Gaga has been removed from a Chinese government blacklist, allowing her chart-topping new album ARTPOP to go on sale legally in China. But Chinese censors have placed conditions on the album art, inflating a large ball between her legs to cover more of the naked singer's body and adding a pair of black tights to the singer's bare legs. Officials also changed one song title, transforming "Sexxx Dreams" to "X Dreams." In China, the pop diva's songs had been on a blacklist since 2011, when the Culture Ministry deemed her work to be "creating confusion in the order of the online music market, and damaging the nation's cultural security."

The Wanted, announced yesterday that they'll be taking a break. The quintet posted a statement to their website that said they "have collectively decided to take time to pursue personal endeavours following the tour’s conclusion. The band wants to stress to their fans that they will continue on as The Wanted and look forward to many successful projects together in the future." The band is scheduled to tour throughout the spring, with their last concert date listed at May 17. 

In honor of this weekend's 56th Grammy Awards, Billboard's listed the 10 best Grammy performances from 2000-2013:
  1. Pink, "Glitter in the Air" (2010)
  2. Eminem & Elton John, "Stan" (2001)
  3. Jennifer Hudson, "I Will Always Love You" (2002)
  4. Melissa Etheridge & Joss Stone, "Cry Baby" (2005)
  5. T.I., Jay Z, M.I.A., Lil Wayne, & Kanye West, "Swagga Like Us" (2009)
  6. Lady Gaga & Elton John, "Speechless"/"Your Song" (2010)
  7. Kanye West & Daft Punk, "Stronger" (2008)
  8. Radiohead & the USC Marching Band, "15 Step" (2009)
  9. Gorillaz, Madonna & De La Soul, "Feel Good Inc."/"Hung Up" (2006)
  10. Adele, "Rolling in the Deep" (2012)


Community on NBC (Abed plans an epic going-away party as Troy prepares to leave Greendale; a fun game transforms into a high-stakes competition)

The Michael J. Fox Show on NBC (Mike fights for a chance to cover the Olympics in Sochi, Russia; Eve enters a beauty pageant just to bother Mike and Annie but ends up taking it seriously; Leigh thinks her apartment is haunted)

American Idol on Fox (Hopefuls audition in Atlanta)

Rake on Fox (When Keegan agrees to enter a plea of guilty for a confessed serial killer, he gets involved in a battle between the accused and the mayor of Los Angeles; Keegan receives $15,000 of fish as payment from a client)

The Vampire Diaries on The CW (Katherine remembers the night she gave birth to a baby girl who was immediately taken away; Stefan spreads the news about Katherine's health; Caroline indulges in some scandalous behavior)

Winter X Games on ESPN (LIVE .. From Aspen, Colo)

Anger Management on FX (Charlie seeks his prison group's help when his partying ways result in him getting arrested)

Project Runway: Under the Gunn on Lifetime (Seven designers compete to impress the mentors; the mentors must battle to impress the designers)

iMPACT Wrestling on Spike (Magnus defends the TNA World Title against Sting; Kurt Angle vs. Bobby Roode in a Steel Cage; James Storm vs. Gunner)

Here Comes Honey Boo Boo on TLC (An RV journey with an Animal Safari, wild animals, a children's museum and a candy shop. The girls' first surf lesson; alone time.)


David Letterman: Spike Jonze, No Age

Jay Leno: Rep. John Boehner, Matt LeBlanc, Dorian Holley

Jimmy Kimmel: Kim Kardashian, Sean Lowe & Catherine Giudici

Craig Ferguson: Martha Plimpton, Sarah Jarosz

Jimmy Fallon: Jonah Hill, Dick Cavett

Carson Daly: Hudson Valley Ballers, Steph Green, Sirah

Daily Show: Anjan Sundaram

Colbert Report: Patricia Churchland

Chelsea Lately: Timothy Olyphant, Michael Yo, Jamie Lee, Ross Mathews

Conan O'Brien: Wayne Gretzky

Arsenio Hall: Aaron Eckhart, Gabourey Sidibe, Biz Markie

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Ke$ha has reached out to her fans for the first time since entering a rehab facility for an eating disorder earlier this month. An unnamed friend got onto the Ke$ha's Twitter account, saying that the pop star asked her to tweet an update for her since she doesn't have Twitter access in rehab. The friend wrote, "she says 'THANK YOU. SOOO MUCH. I'm overwhelmed to tears by all of the love, letters, and support!! I'll be back soon and better than ever" and added "ohhh and she can't believe Timber is still number one!  PARTY ON!!!!'" Ke$ha's next concert is still scheduled for February 13 in Dubai. 

The men of Full House are back together under the same roof! For a Dannon yogurt commercial, anyway. Dannon's upcoming Super Bowl commercial starts with their Oikos Greek yogurt spokesman John Stamos eating yogurt and watching a football game. The camera then pans to Dave Coulier in a red onesie and Bob Saget in a bathrobe sitting on the counter. "Time to go to bed?" asks Stamos. "Don't you think it's time we all get our own places?" Saget asks. After a pause, all three decide, "Nahhhh." A full version of the ad is set to air during the Super Bowl. 
Asked by E! News if he had any advice for incoming Late Night host Seth Meyers, Jimmy Fallon had one tip: "Make friends with Justin Timberlake," the next host of The Tonight Show advised his future replacement. Meyers himself admitted during an appearance on Ellen Tuesday that he is nervous about his upcoming gig. "I'm most scared about interviewing people," the SNL star said. "I've never done that before. I interview people on 'Weekend Update' but they're all fictional characters."


Modern Family on ABC (Haley turns the tables when Claire and Phil try to talk with her about her future; Jay receives news from his friend Shorty; Cam and Mitch go on a romantic date)

Nashville on ABC (Scarlett's career is on a hot streak as she performs with Zac Brown; Rayna asks Deacon for help writing a hit for her new album; Jeff is furious when concert venues keep dropping from Juliette's tour)

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation on CBS (The CSIs are shocked when they discover that a victim in a car crash is someone they are familiar with)

American Idol on Fox (Hopefuls audition in Detroit)

Duck Dynasty on A&E (Uncle Si annoys the guys when he uses a digital camera to document a day in his life; Willie improvises when he gets lost driving John Luke and Sadie to a college football game)

Wahlburgers on A&E (Members of the Wahlberg family have different ideas on expansion plans for their burger restaurant; matriarch Alma tries to convince overworked head chef Paul to hire an assistant)

Top Chef on Bravo (The chefs battle for a new car in the Quickfire; the chefs must show how New Orleans has impacted their food)

American Horror Story: Coven on FX (Cordelia's latest vision puts the coven's future in question; the girls manifest powerful new gifts; Queenie's search for Marie Laveau leads her to hell and back)

My Strange Addiction on TLC (A man who is addicted to eating plastic newspaper bags, a woman whose best friend is a doll)


David Letterman: Martin Scorsese, Allison Williams

Jay Leno: Charlie Sheen, Joy Behar, Neon Trees

Jimmy Kimmel: Christina Ricci, Jake Johnson, Danny Brown

Craig Ferguson: Michelle Monaghan, Michael Irvin

Jimmy Fallon: Kevin Nealon, Lupita Nyong'o

Tavis Smiley: Julie Delpy, Robert Hilburn

Daily Show: Hari Sreenivasan

Colbert Report: Charles Duhigg

Chelsea Lately: Gabourey Sidibe, Kerri Kenney-Silver, Natasha Leggero, Bobby Lee

Conan O'Brien: Matt LeBlanc, the cast of "Impractical Jokers", Trombone Shorty

Arsenio Hall: Ice Cube

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Robin Thicke has some explaining to do. The married "Blurred Lines" singer, 36, was photographed letting a little too loose in Paris over the weekend. Thicke joined his fans -- including an attractive mystery woman -- on the dance floor after performing at the hotspot Club 79. Eyebrow-raising images show him engaging in some hot and heavy dancing, downing drinks and looking less-than-sober as he holds a cigarette in the air. In one photo, it looks like he's leaning in to kiss the unidentified female. Thicke has been married to actress Paula Patton since 2005. They have a 3-year-old son, Julian, together.

Kate Gosselin must be determined to do damage control after her 13-year-old twin daughters' disastrous appearance on TODAY last week, during which they froze and refused to answer questions. Kate dragged Mady and Cara to appear on The View Monday morning, during which they proved they weren't mute and even let out a few giggles. Things got awkward, however, when Barbara Walters asked the twins what they thought about their six siblings. Mady paused, causing Kate to push her and say, "You’ve waited your whole life for this question!" To the delight of the audience, Mady quipped, "You ruined my dramatic silence." But later, when the girls were asked about their dad, Jon Gosselin, both girls shut down again.
Who's ready for the cuteness of a Kelly Clarkson mini-me? Yesterday the singer tweeted news that she's expecting a baby girl: "We just found out we're having a girl officially! I knew it! Only a girl could cause this much drama with all this vomiting ha!" Hopefully Clarkson won't be too sick to attend this weekend's Grammy Awards -- she's up for Best Country Duo/Group Performance for "Don't Rush," her collaboration with Vince Gill. 

Machete Kills, Captain Phillips, Charlie Countryman, Blue Jasmine, Freezer, Instructions Not Included, Best Man Down, Bad Milo!, Old Goats, Paris Countdown, The Starving Games, Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy, Sunlight Jr., Vikingdom and In a World are all out on DVD today


The Biggest Loser on NBC (Fashion expert Tim Gunn and hairstylist Ken Paves help with makeovers for the remaining contestants; two players are eliminated)

Chicago Fire on NBC (A drunken driver takes out a transformer, leaving the entire neighborhood without power on a frigid night; Casey continues to lie about his condition)

Brooklyn Nine-Nine on Fox (Terry takes cues from Jake while on his first task back in the field; Amy and Rosa help solve a case at Gina's apartment)

REAL Sports With Bryant Gumbel on HBO (Examining marijuana use in the NFL; interview with former NFL player Boomer Esiason; profile of Sacramento Kings owner Vivek Ranadive; advances in professional bull riding)

Dance Moms on Lifetime (Abby announces her first national open audition in Orlando; Jill accuses Christi of lying to help Chloe win; Brooke, Paige and Chloe are given a tricky trio to challenge Brooke's pop star credentials)

Teen Mom 2 on MTV (Jenelle decides to terminate a pregnancy; Kailyn has a baby shower; Leah struggles with Ali's diagnosis; Chelsea contends with Adam having another baby)

Cougar Town on TBS (Jules and Grayson receive a wedding invitation but have conflicting plans; Tom has made a model of the neighborhood with eerily lifelike dolls)

My 600-Lb. Life on TLC (Penny has been bedridden for four years and moves to Texas to have gastric bypass; her unwillingness to make lifestyle changes could mean failure)


David Letterman: Andy Samberg, Michael B. Jordan, Ellie Goulding

Jay Leno: Adam Sandler, Ali Wentworth, Sheryl Crow

Jimmy Kimmel: Greg Kinnear, Emily Deschanel, Young the Giant

Craig Ferguson: Justin Long, Valerie Azlynn

Jimmy Fallon: Bill Gates, Kate McKinnon, Wild Cub

Tavis Smiley: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Special, Part 2

Daily Show: Theresa Payton

Colbert Report: Michael Chabon, Mariel Hemingway

Chelsea Lately: David Spade, Brad Wollack, Arden Myrin, Tone Bell

Conan O'Brien: Kristen Bell, Alana Nichols, Sarah Jarosz

Arsenio Hall: Kathy Griffin, Kenya Moore, Sky Blu

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Gwen Stefani joined Instagram on Friday (@gwenstefani) and used the social media platform to announce that her third child will be another boy. "I was ready to hand over the crown. but I guess I am still queen of the house. #itsaboy #surroundedbyboys," Stefani captioned a photo of herself wearing a jeweled crown. Stefani and husband Gavin Rossdale are parents to two sons, 7-year-old Kingston and 5-year-old Zuma. (Can't wait to hear what she names the new one). 


Tina Fey and Amy Poehler were hilarious as the hosts of last week's Golden Globes. Fey pulled off the funniest joke of the night, calling Gravity "the story of how George Clooney would rather float away into space and die than spend one more minute with a woman his own age." Turns out Clooney heard about the joke and is already plotting revenge. "I didn't get to see it live, I was in Vancouver hanging off of a wire about 30 feet up in the air. But by the time I got down off of the wire [the joke] was already around the set," Clooney tells E!. "It's okay, I got a little surprise for Tina Fey," he says, slyly. "Oh, I've been working on it. She might have poked the bear with the stick." We can't wait to see where this goes.


Drake took on double duties on Saturday Night Live this weekend, hosting the show and performing "Started From the Bottom" and "Hold On, We're Going Home." The rapper poked fun of his teen soap beginnings on Degrassi in the sketch “Hip Hop Classics: Before They Were Stars,” which took a look at other rappers who got their starts on TV shows. Following clips of Eminem on Felicity and Rick Ross on Teletubbies, Drake showed up with dreadlocks, huge glasses, suspenders, and high-waters -- Lil Wayne as Steve Urkel on Family Matters. "Y'all got cheese?" he asked nasally,  then took out a gun and shot up the fridge, saying, "Did I do that?" Drake also impressed with his impersonations of Jay Z, Alex Rodriguez and Katt Williams.



The Bachelor on ABC (Juan Pablo takes Cassandra on a water adventure; 10 of the women play a game of soccer; Juan Pablo takes Chelsie for a tandem bungee-jump and a private concert by Billy Currington; Juan Pablo cooks the women breakfast.)

How I Met Your Mother on CBS (Robin and Ted try to get Barney to reveal secrets after he drinks too much; Marshall tries to avoid fighting with Lily)

Mike & Molly on CBS (Determined to change Mike's normal routine, Molly encourages him to try new things)

Hollywood Game Night on NBC (Contestants play party games with celebrities Martin Short, Jason Alexander, Lester Holt, Valerie Bertinelli, Beth Behrs and Julie Bowen. Contestants play party games with celebrities Michael Chiklis, Thomas Lennon, Mario Lopez, Retta, Paget Brewster and Alyssa Milano)

Sleepy Hollow on Fox (Ichabod and Abbie uncover a secret in George Washington's Bible; Irving makes a decision that alters his future; the battle between good and evil comes to a head, changing Sleepy Hollow forever)

Bad Ink on A&E (PREMIERE ... A young woman reveals a bad ``Buy One, Get One Free'' tattoo; a woman regrets the ink her high-school boyfriend applied to an intimate area; a former male stripper boasts beastly body art)

Keeping Up With the Kardashians on E! (Khloé is hurt by an interview; Kris gets Jonathan to sneak away from Kim; Scott takes up karate)

RichKids of Beverly Hills on E! (Dorothy goes house hunting in Beverly Hills; Roxy confides in Morgan after she gets life-changing news)

WWE Monday Night RAW on USA (The Authority, Triple H & Stephanie McMahon, return. Plus, John Cena's reaction to Randy Orton's assault on his dad)


David Letterman: Julia Roberts, Glen Hansard

Jay Leno: President Barack Obama, Patti LaBelle (R 8/6/13)

Jimmy Kimmel: LL Cool J, Chloe Bennett, Vampire Weekend

Craig Ferguson: Denis Leary

Jimmy Fallon: Jessica Alba, Elvis Duran, Disclosure

Tavis Smiley: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Special, Part 1

Daily Show: Marilynne Roach

Colbert Report: Scott Stossel

Chelsea Lately: Ben Gleib, April Richardson, Ryan Stout

Conan O'Brien: Adam DeVine, Blake Anderson, Anders Holm, Gabrielle Union

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Kate Gosselin's two oldest kids seemed to plead the fifth on Today, giving an incredibly awkward interview yesterday morning when asked about their recent claims in People that reality-TV fame hasn't screwed them up. Twins Mady and Cara forced Kate to fill lots of dead air after replying with little more than "Ummm" to many of Savannah Guthrie's questions. "This is the most wordless I've heard them all morning," Kate said, then prompted Mady with, "The things that you said in the magazine -- that years later, they're fine. Go for it, Mady." To which Mady replied, "No, you just said it."

During an appearance on Live With Kelly and Michael yesterday, Shameless star William H. Macy made it clear that he's not a One Direction fan. Macy's 13-year-old daughter has a cardboard cutout of Harry Styles, and he says, "It scares the s**t out of me every time I walk in." The loving dad did take his daughter to a One Direction concert, but he walked away less than impressed. "They couldn't put on a good show with a gun to their head," he said. He claims that Harry Styles ate a sandwich on stage while two other members were singing. "I mean call me old-fashioned, but when I'm downstage singing my heart out, you better not eat a sandwich behind me," he exclaimed. 

2014 Academy Award Nominations

Performance by an actor in a leading role

Christian Bale in “American Hustle”
Bruce Dern in “Nebraska”
Leonardo DiCaprio in “The Wolf of Wall Street”
Chiwetel Ejiofor in “12 Years a Slave”
Matthew McConaughey in “Dallas Buyers Club”

Performance by an actor in a supporting role

Barkhad Abdi in “Captain Phillips”
Bradley Cooper in “American Hustle”
Michael Fassbender in “12 Years a Slave”
Jonah Hill in “The Wolf of Wall Street”
Jared Leto in “Dallas Buyers Club”

Performance by an actress in a leading role

Amy Adams in “American Hustle”
Cate Blanchett in “Blue Jasmine”
Sandra Bullock in “Gravity”
Judi Dench in “Philomena”
Meryl Streep in “August: Osage County”

Performance by an actress in a supporting role

Sally Hawkins in “Blue Jasmine”
Jennifer Lawrence in “American Hustle”
Lupita Nyong’o in “12 Years a Slave”
Julia Roberts in “August: Osage County”
June Squibb in “Nebraska”

Best animated feature film of the year

“The Croods” Chris Sanders, Kirk DeMicco and Kristine Belson
“Despicable Me 2” Chris Renaud, Pierre Coffin and Chris Meledandri
“Ernest & Celestine” Benjamin Renner and Didier Brunner
“Frozen” Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee and Peter Del Vecho
“The Wind Rises” Hayao Miyazaki and Toshio Suzuki

Achievement in costume design

“American Hustle” Michael Wilkinson
“The Grandmaster” William Chang Suk Ping
“The Great Gatsby” Catherine Martin
“The Invisible Woman” Michael O’Connor
“12 Years a Slave” Patricia Norris

Achievement in directing

“American Hustle” David O. Russell
“Gravity” Alfonso Cuarón
“Nebraska” Alexander Payne
“12 Years a Slave” Steve McQueen
“The Wolf of Wall Street” Martin Scorsese

Achievement in makeup and hairstyling

“Dallas Buyers Club” Adruitha Lee and Robin Mathews
“Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa” Stephen Prouty
“The Lone Ranger” Joel Harlow and Gloria Pasqua-Casny

Best motion picture of the year

“American Hustle” Charles Roven, Richard Suckle, Megan Ellison and Jonathan Gordon, Producers
“Captain Phillips” Scott Rudin, Dana Brunetti and Michael De Luca, Producers
“Dallas Buyers Club” Robbie Brenner and Rachel Winter, Producers
“Gravity” Alfonso Cuarón and David Heyman, Producers
“Her” Megan Ellison, Spike Jonze and Vincent Landay, Producers
“Nebraska” Albert Berger and Ron Yerxa, Producers
“Philomena” Gabrielle Tana, Steve Coogan and Tracey Seaward, Producers
“12 Years a Slave” Brad Pitt, Dede Gardner, Jeremy Kleiner, Steve McQueen and Anthony Katagas, Producers
“The Wolf of Wall Street” Nominees to be determined

Best animated short film

“Feral” Daniel Sousa and Dan Golden
“Get a Horse!” Lauren MacMullan and Dorothy McKim
“Mr. Hublot” Laurent Witz and Alexandre Espigares
“Possessions” Shuhei Morita
“Room on the Broom” Max Lang and Jan Lachauer

Original screenplay

“American Hustle” Written by Eric Warren Singer and David O. Russell
“Blue Jasmine” Written by Woody Allen
“Dallas Buyers Club” Written by Craig Borten & Melisa Wallack
“Her” Written by Spike Jonze
“Nebraska” Written by Bob Nelson

Chris Pine stars in the long-awaited thriller Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit as a young CIA analyst who uncovers evidence of a imminent terrorist attack. In the comedy Ride Along, Kevin Heart plays a man trying to earn the approval of his fiancée's brother, a tough-talking, hot-tempered cop. The teen comedy G.B.F. tells the story of gay high school student Tanner, who suddenly becomes the popular girls' hottest accessory. The animated 3D film The Nut Job follows a squirrel and his rat friend as they try to pull off an epic heist at a nut store. 


Shark Tank on ABC (A mask made of Alaskan glacial mud; powerstrips and surge protectors that blend in with hardwood floors; fanciful balloon designs; gourmet grilled cheese business update)

Undercover Boss on CBS (Mohegan Sun Chairman Bruce ``Two Dogs'' Bozsum goes under cover)

The Carrie Diaries on The CW (Carrie tries to cover for Bennet's slacking at work; Samantha makes a decision about her latest fling; Tom is tricked while negotiating a deal with another beautiful lawyer)

Jay Leno: Chelsea Handler, Bob Costas, Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings

Craig Ferguson: Chris Pine, Morena Baccarin

Jimmy Fallon: Kevin Hart, Val Kilmer, Jhene Aiko


HBO New Movie of the Week: Oblivion .. Starring Tom Cruise, Morgan Freeman. Two weeks before he is scheduled to depart from devastated planet Earth forever, a drone repairman rescues a woman from a downed spaceship, triggering a final battle to save mankind. Based on the graphic novel original story by Joseph Kosinski.

20th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards on TBS (Celebrating the year's finest acting achievements)

Saturday Night Live on NBC (Drake hosts and performs)


AFC Championship: New England Patriots at Denver Broncos on CBS at 3 pm ET

NFC Championship: San Francisco 49ers at Seattle Seahawks on Fox at 6:30 pm ET

The Bachelor on ABC (Couples from ``The Bachelor'' and ``The Bachelorette'' talk about how their relationships have grown since the show; Trista and Ryan Sutter renew their vows; Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici talk about their upcoming nuptials)

Keeping Up With the Kardashians on E! (Kris and Bruce face decisions about their future together; Khloe's relationship with Lamar continues to change)

RichKids of Beverly Hills on E! (The Beverly Hills duo, Dorothy and Morgan, who are even more outrageous than their bank accounts)

True Detective on HBO (Quesada warns Hart and Cohle that they may be replaced by an occult-crimes task force; the pair follows a lead to a rural cathouse and an incinerated church; Hart finds respite away from home)


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An eyewitness says Kanye West's beating of a teenager who verbally harassed Kim Kardashian in a chiropractor's office wasn't a one-punch deal. Kanye apparently delivered more than 30 blows as Kim silently looked on. The 18-year-old was sitting in a chair when Kanye made a beeline for him and, without warning, started slugging him in the face. The teen first covered his face and later curled up into a ball, while a receptionist screamed at Kanye to stop. A massage therapist finally came into the waiting room, pulled Kanye off the kid, and ordered the volatile rapper out of the office
Grown Ups 2 was the big winner -- or loser -- at Tuesday's Golden Raspberry Award nominations, scoring eight nods in categories like worst picture, worst sequel and worst ensemble. The other worst picture nominees? The Lone Ranger, A Madea Christmas, After Earth, and Movie 43. Adam Sandler was singled out for his Grown Ups 2 awfulness with a Worst Actor nomination, as were Johnny Depp, Jaden Smith, Ashton Kutcher and Sylvester Stallone -- who got his for all three movies he appeared in last year. Winners will be announced on March 1, the night before the Academy Awards.
Perez Hilton claims Amanda Bynes feels trapped by her parents. A source tells the site, "Amanda wants to hang out with her friends and go out and do regular things, but she is telling people that her parents won’t let her out of the house for anything other than school and appointments. She wants to be out doing normal stuff like going to dinner and movies but she’s been saying that she was told she couldn’t. Amanda is really taking her recovery seriously, but having her parents tell her no when she just wants to go see friends is frustrating for her. She has been saying that she’s trying to get her life back but it isn’t happening as fast as she would like.''


The Taste on ABC (The contestants put their own spin on dishes favored by the mentors; two cooks are sent home; guest judge Aaron Sanchez)

Community on NBC (A team of investigators has the study group take lie detector tests before they can be considered for distributions from Pierce's will)

The Michael J. Fox Show on NBC (Annie and Mike try to keep a new set of friends; Eve puts on an edgy persona for a boy she likes; an embarrassing incident)

American Idol on Fox (Hopefuls audition in Austin, Texas and San Francisco)

The 19th Annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards on The CW (Honoring cinematic achievements)

iMPACT Wrestling on Spike (The Icon Sting vs. the undefeated Ethan Carter III; Bully Ray vs. Mr. Anderson; Madison Rayne vs. Gail Kim for the TNA Knockouts Title)

Here Comes Honey Boo Boo on TLC (Sugar Bear gets a Man Camper; Pumpkin primps the girls; a trip to the Redneck Games. Anna and Jessica have boyfriends; awkward sex talks; Alana feels left out.)

Project Runway All Stars on Lifetime (Alyssa Milano reunites the 11 All Star designers from this season; also includes an appearance by Debbie Harry and unseen footage)

Under the Gunn on Lifetime (A group of designers compete to catch the eye of the mentors in a 6-hour challenge; the tables are turned on the mentors)


David Letterman: Brian Williams, Rosanne Cash

Jay Leno: Mark Harmon, Gracie Gold, Kristin Chenoweth

Jimmy Kimmel: Chris Pine, Kevin O'Leary, Gregory Porter

Craig Ferguson: Kenneth Branagh, Christian Finnegan

Jimmy Fallon: Drake, Ana Gasteyer, Neon Trees

Carson Daly: Patton Oswalt, Icona Pop, Dominic Cooper

Tavis Smiley: Don Cheadle

Daily Show: Steven Brill

Colbert Report: Naquasia LeGrand

Chelsea Lately: Heather Graham, John Caparulo, Claire Titelman, Ross Mathews

Conan O'Brien: Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Emmy Rossum, Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings

Arsenio Hall: Diahann Carroll, T-Pain

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Los Angeles County Sheriff's officials said the drugs seized as authorities served a search warrant at Justin Bieber's Calabasas home may not be cocaine as they originally stated. What's more likely, spokesman Steve Whitmore said is that the substance is Ecstasy or Molly. Detectives seized the drugs and arrested Bieber's former roommate and BFF Lil Za on Tuesday morning. They said the drugs were found "in plain view." Detectives served a felony search warrant looking for "video surveillance or other relevant evidence" after one of Bieber's neighbors reported that his house had been egged.

A Kentucky teen named Nicholas Gray has posted a video to YouTube in which he asks Jennifer Lawrence to go to prom with him. Gray, a senior at Owensboro Catholic High School, wears a tux in the video and recounts all the things he has in common with the actress: They're both from Kentucky, they both think school is "yucky." Gray asks Lawrence to prom after acknowledging that he thinks school dances are "gross" and that he's "average-looking," doesn't have class and sometimes smells funny. Talk about an undersell. 

Jenny McCarthy has admitted that she once tried to get ABC to cast her as The Bachelorette, but was rejected. "When I got a divorce, I was lonely," she explained on The View. "I was single and I loved TV. Put those together and I thought, 'Brilliant!'" The actress went so far as to have her agent call ABC: "And they said, 'No, we're not using celebrities at this time. Sorry.' That was 10 years ago. So, pfft." Perhaps it was for the best since McCarthy is currently dating Donnie Wahlberg -- who wouldn't hold out on love for a couple years if it meant dating someone from a boy band they used to love?


Modern Family on ABC (Gloria has an encounter with a mean mom (Jane Krakowski) during the high school open house; Mitchell meets a judgmental neighbor (Jesse Eisenberg); Alex goes to a therapist)

Nashville on ABC (Death changes lives forever as a mystery arises; Scarlett and Gunnar receive an offer from Kelly Clarkson; a video adversely affects Juliette's reputation; Rayna is under intense pressure to succeed)

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation on CBS (A petty theft on a plane ends up becoming a murder investigation)

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit on NBC (When a suspect is gravely injured and the case becomes a public spectacle, Amaro's badge is on the line; Cragen surprises everyone with an announcement)

American Idol on Fox (Hopefuls in Austin, Texas, and Boston audition for the judges)

Duck Dynasty on A&E (PREMIERE ... Willie becomes concerned about Rebecca's future when she returns from her internship in Los Angeles; sick Uncle Si makes himself at home in Phil and Ms. Kay's living room .. Korie's job-seeking cousin, JD, tries to befriend the guys in the Duck Call room; Uncle Si baby-sits Jep's children and leads them on an unusual treasure hunt.)

Top Chef on Bravo (Po' boys in the Quickfire; the contestants put their own culinary visions on a plate)

American Horror Story: Coven on FX (Fiona and Laveau have a deadly face off with The Corporation; Cordelia makes a desperate sacrifice)

WWE Main Event on ION (New Royal Rumble card information)

The Real World: Ex-plosion on MTV (Jamie and Thomas learn about each other's sexual history; Cory's temper threatens his budding relationship)

My Strange Addiction on TLC (A woman chews on urine-soaked diapers; a man uses leeches up to 40 time a year)


David Letterman: Kevin Hart, the Orwells

Jay Leno: Vanessa Hudgens, Mark Cuban, Foreigner

Jimmy Kimmel: Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Kenneth Branagh, Jonny Lang

Craig Ferguson: Tig Notaro, Julie Delpy

Jimmy Fallon: Ice Cube, Mark Consuelos, Danny Bowien

Carson Daly: "True Detective", Tame Impala, Lily Kershaw

Tavis Smiley: Bruce Dern

Daily Show: Robert Gates

Colbert Report: Gabriel Sherman

Chelsea Lately: Kendall & Kylie Jenner, Jeff Wild, Jen Kirkman, Jo Koy

Conan O'Brien: Damian Lewis, Moon Taxi

Arsenio Hall: John Leguizamo, Tika Sumpter, Fiveology

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E! claims Kanye West assaulted an 18 year-old man yesterday for hurling racial slurs at Kim Karsdashian before a business meeting in L.A. A source tells the network, "Kim and Kanye were meeting for an appointment. Kim arrived later than Kanye. En route into the building Kim saw a young man yelling racial slurs at the paparazzi. Kim told him he shouldn't use racial slurs and he turned on her and verbally assaulted her. The two ended up in a stairwell where the man was in her face and continued to verbally assault her. She was genuinely scared. Kanye called her phone and she answered and the man continued yelling at her. Kanye overheard and came running down...he confronted the guy. The guy continued with the slurs. He was in Kanye's face and wouldn't stop. He was taunting him. Police were called to the scene.

E! claims Tina Fey took a shot at Taylor Swift  when she congratulated Amy Poehler on her Golden Globe win. She said, "I just want to say congratulations again to my friend Amy Poehler, I love you and there's a special place in hell for you''.After Tina and Amy made fun of Swift, she said, ''There's a special place in hell for women who don't help other women." A source tells Showbiz Spy, “Taylor kept her composure during the ceremony, but afterwards she flipped out. She used to have respect for Tina and was a huge fan of 30 Rock. But she’s fed up of people – Tina especially — making cheap quips at her expense. Expect her to exact revenge!” A source tells Hollywoodlife.com, ”She was told throughout the night of the joke and she definitely didn’t have it ruin her night, but it certainly affected it for a little bit. She thought it wasn’t very classy.”

Prince is set to make a guest appearance on Zooey Deschanel's New Girl in an episode that will air in a plum time spot -- directly after the Super Bowl on Sunday, February 2. In the episode, Deschanel's character is invited to a mansion party hosted by Prince, and her friends scheme to crash the event. Fox will follow the show with a new episode of the new Golden Globe winner Brooklyn Nine-Nine.

Carrie, Riddick, A.C.O.D.. The Spectacular Now, Lee Daniels' The Butler, Enough Said, 20 Feet from Stardom, Fruitvale Station, Short Term 12, You're Next, Blue Caprice, Khumba, Greedy Lying Bastards and I'm In Love With A Church Girl are all out on DVD today


Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. on ABC (May and Coulson uncover shocking information about Skye; a team encounters a crisis at the S.H.I.E.L.D. academy)

NCIS on CBS (The team tracks down one of Parsa's cohorts by using evidence from the drone attack; McGee remains emotionally shaken)

NCIS: Los Angeles on CBS (A federal agent's murder is linked to an ancient system of money transfer; Granger and Kensi work with the team from Afghanistan)

The Biggest Loser on NBC (The contestants train like champions at the Utah Olympic Park; Olympic athletes, including Apolo Ohno and Lolo Jones, share motivational stories; Jillian helps a contestant struggling with low self esteem)

Brooklyn Nine-Nine on Fox (Jake and Amy settle their ongoing bet about who can make more arrests; Charles reveals what he really thinks about his colleagues while under the influence of pain medication)

Dance Moms on Lifetime (Abby announces her first national open audition in Orlando; Jill accuses Christi of lying to help Chloe win; Brooke, Paige and Chloe are given a tricky trio to challenge Brooke's pop star credentials)

Snooki & JWOWW on MTV (Snooki and Jionni throw a party for Lorenzo's first birthday; Roger wants to know where Jenni stands on marriage. Snooki, Jenni and their fiancés compete to learn who knows each other best.)

Cougar Town on TBS (Jules gets in a car accident with an attractive man and when her wedding ring falls off she is asked on a date; Bobby prepares for a snowstorm)

My 600-Lb. Life on TLC (A woman battles severe depression and has not left her Chicago basement in two years; the hope of having a life-changing surgery)


David Letterman: Michael Strahan, Jennifer Nettles

Jay Leno: Matt Damon, Larry the Cable Guy, Chris Isaak

Jimmy Kimmel: Matt LeBlanc, Lupita Nyong'o, the Fray

Craig Ferguson: Aaron Eckhart, Rhea Perlman

Jimmy Fallon: Bruce Springsteen

Carson Daly: Kellan Lutz, STR***, Run River North

Daily Show: Tim Gunn

Colbert Report: Deborah Solomon

Chelsea Lately: John Leguizamo, Leah Remini, Mary McCormack, Whitney Cummings

Conan O'Brien: Joel McHale, Lauren Ash

Arsenio Hall: Toni, Evelyn, Tamar, Towanda, Traci & Trina Braxton, Yvonne Strahovski, Neal Brennan

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