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Great news, ladies (and some men): According to People magazine, Prince Harry and girlfriend Cressida Bonas have called it quits after nearly two years of dating. "He found her too needy and it just wasn't working out," a source claims. Ouch. Meanwhile, another insider close to the adorable 29-year-old ginger insists, "This is an amicable decision and they are very much still the best of friends but they have decided to go their separate ways." We're available to be your rebound, Harry...

Despite being notoriously tight-lipped about her personal life, Emma Stone declared her love for boyfriend Andrew Garfield during her Tuesday appearance on Good Morning America. "It's like a dream to work with him," Stone gushed. "He's obviously one of the greatest actors I think we have alive today, and he's also just a remarkable human being, so I love him very much." The 25-year-old actress and Garfield, 30, have been linked since 2011, when filming on The Amazing Spider-Man began.

Following rumors that actresses Naya Rivera and Lea Michele have been fighting on the set of Glee, the New York Daily News is reporting that Rivera has been fired. PopWrapped also claims that Rivera will not return to the show next season and Us Weekly previously claimed that a rift between the actresses led to a "major altercation" on set earlier this month. Meanwhile, Rivera's rep told The Hollywood Reporter on Tuesday that the rumors “are absolutely untrue.” Hmmm...

David Arquette is a daddy once again! Us Weekly reports that the 42-year-old actor and his girlfriend Christina McLarty welcomed son Charlie West into the world on Monday. "Charlie West is here. They are thrilled …[and] baby is healthy," a source told the outlet Tuesday. Baby Charlie is the second child for the actor. His daughter Coco, with ex-wife Courteney Cox, is 9 years old.

Have you been missing your weekly dose of Donnie Wahlberg since his family’s A&E series, Wahlburgers, ended? Then you’re in luck! TV Guide announced Tuesday that Wahlberg, along with his New Kids on the Block bandmates, will be starring in a new reality series. The eight episode series, called Rock This Boat: New Kids on the Block, will follow the band on a week-long cruise with several diehard fans, chosen in a casting special that will precede the series premiere. There is no word yet on when the show will air. 

Carrie Fisher, Harrison Ford and Mark Hamill were confirmed yesterday as cast members in Star Wars: Episode VII, which will soon begin shooting in Britain under director J.J. Abrams. Rumors that the original Star Wars cast members would return for the franchise reboot have been swirling since all three were all spotted over the weekend in London. They'll be joined by Max von Sydow, as well as Inside Llewyn Davis star Oscar Isaac and Girls' Adam Driver, who also had a small role alongside Isaac in the Coen Brothers' latest film.

Modern Family on ABC (Phil cannot handle the stress when he tells Claire an elaborate lie; Gloria is tasked with organizing this year's family portrait; Jay covertly enters Stella in a dog show)

Nashville on ABC (Scarlett's breakdown drives everyone to pin blame on each other; Juliette turns to Avery but finds him preoccupied by Scarlett)

Survivor on CBS (A castaway's bidding strategy at an auction could pay off; a castaway tries to secure his safety by showing off his idol)

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation on CBS (The FBI's Cyber Crime Division works with the CSIs as they investigate the murder of a prominent casino owner's wife)

Chicago PD on NBC (As Voight and his team search for the bombers, they realize there might be more bombs set to detonate; Burgess' niece fights for her life)

American Idol on Fox (The top five finalists perform for the judges; guest mentor Jason Mraz)

Catfish Untold Stories Special on MTV (Resolved tales from the past told by the people who lived them)

Hot in Cleveland on TV Land (When Victoria wants an Oscar nomination, her friends try to convince Academy members to consider her)


David Letterman: Kiefer Sutherland, Adam Resnick, Benjamin Booker

Jimmy Fallon: David Spade, Sophia Bush, the Both

Jimmy Kimmel: Leslie Mann, Tony Hale, Franz Ferdinand

Craig Ferguson: Jim Gaffigan, Rachael Taylor

Seth Meyers: Lucy Liu, Barney Frank, Parquet Courts

Carson Daly: Marc Webb, the Colourist, "The Humor Code"

Daily Show: Martin Gilens, Benjamin Page

Colbert Report: Audra McDonald

At Midnight: Baron Vaughn, Rove McManus, Adam Cayton-Holland

Chelsea Lately: Helen Hunt, John Caparulo, Claire Titelman, Greg Fitzsimmons

Conan O'Brien: Seth Green, Dave Attell, O.A.R.

Watch What Happens Live: Jordan Knight, Nick Carter

Arsenio Hall: Shemar Moore, Malina Moye & Bootsy Collins

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In a new interview with On Air With Ryan Seacrest, Miley Cyrus opened up about her time in the hospital following an allergic reaction to medication. “It was so scary,” the 21-year-old dished on Monday. “I had basically been poisoning myself with something I didn’t know I was really scary allergic to.” Miley added that the most upsetting part of the whole ordeal was not being able to perform for her fans. “I was crying because I was so bored," she admitted. Fortunately, the “Adore You” singer was able to cure her hospital blues with a little retail therapy online.

Paul Simon and his wife Edie Brickell appeared in Norwalk Superior Court on Monday, where the couple answered charges after being arrested for disorderly conduct in New Canaan, Connecticut, on Saturday night. During the hearing, it was revealed that one of the musicians pushed the other during the altercation, but it remains unclear who pushed whom. "Both of us are fine together," Simon told the judge. "We had an argument. It's atypical." Both Simon and Brickell said the other was not a threat, after which Judge William J. Wenzel said he did not see a need for a protective order. The couple will return to court May 16. 

According to Kylie and Kendall Jenner, Selena Gomez has got it twisted: She's the toxic friend who can't handle herself around drugs, booze or Justin Bieber. After Selena unfollowed the Jenners on Instagram last week, TMZ reported it was because Gomez realized while hanging with them at Coachella that they were a bad influence and a distraction from her music. Not only do the Jenner girls abstain from drugs and alcohol, sources say, but Selena had a paranoid meltdown at Coachella, accusing Bieber of hitting on other girls--like the Jenners. Bottom line: Kylie and Kendall believe they're better off without Selena.

After weeks of speculation, Beyonce and Jay Z confirmed yesterday that they'll embark on a joint tour this summer. Their On the Run tour has announced 16 dates in the U.S. and Canada, beginning with a show in Miami on June 25 and ending on August 5 in San Francisco. In between, they're slated to hit Philadelphia, Houston, Toronto and Chicago, among other major. Although Bey and Z have made cameos during each other's tours in the past, this will be the first official joint concert series for the two. 
The will be making a stop at the Great American Ballpark on June 28

Jo Dee Messina is likely to go down in Kentucky Derby history this year, when she becomes only the sixth performer to sing the national anthem at Churchill Downs on Saturday, May 3. “What an amazing opportunity to be able to perform the national anthem, a song which I am so proud to sing,” Messina said Monday. “I’m honored to be invited for this experience of a lifetime!” The singer’s performance will air live at 5 p.m. ET as a part of NBC’s extensive coverage of the 140th Kentucky Derby. 

Craig Ferguson's 10-year run as the host of CBS' Late Late Show will come to an end in December, the comedian announced during his show Monday night. Ferguson's exit is the latest major upset in the late night line-up, coming just weeks after David Letterman announced he was leaving the Late Show and Stephen Colbert was announced as his successor. Ferguson made light of the news in an announcement Monday evening and channeled his inner Gwyneth Paltrow:  “CBS and I are not getting divorced, we are ‘consciously uncoupling,’ but we will still spend holidays together and share custody of the fake horse and robot skeleton, both of whom we love very much,” Ferguson said.

Devil's Due, Labor Day, The Legend of Hercules, Art Machine, Bad Country, Gloria, Locker 13, The Rocket, The Selfish Giant, Gimme Shelter, Escape from Tomorrow and These Birds Walk are all out on DVD today

Celebrity Wife Swap on ABC (Actress Tichina Arnold, who lives in New York with her husband and aspiring entertainer daughter, swaps lives with actress Kelly Packard, who lives a quiet life in California with her family and several pets)

NCIS on CBS (A Marine photographer goes missing before providing testimony in a highly publicized case; Abby helps a young homeless woman)

NCIS: Los Angeles on CBS (When software for a new, unmanned aerial vehicle goes missing and the lead engineer's 10-year-old daughter disappears, Sarah is convinced the two are related)

The Voice on NBC (Artists face elimination)

Chicago Fire on NBC (A large explosion sends Chicago into chaos; the members of the firehouse are tested when one of their own goes missing in the blast)

Glee on Fox (Rachel's audition for a TV pilot jeopardizes her lead in ``Funny Girl;'' Mercedes hopes to include Santana in her recording deal; Blaine becomes friends with an older, wealthy socialite (Shirley MacLaine)

The Mindy Project on Fox (Danny offers to let Mindy buy the other condo he owns in his building, but becomes jealous when she starts dating Charlie (Tim Daly); Peter thinks the brain surgeon (Tracey Wigfield) he is dating may be too mature for him)

Game of Arms on AMC (The arm wrestlers compete in a Los Angeles tournament)

Deadliest Catch: The Bait on Discovery (The captains debate the return to the dangerous style of fishing)

Fargo on FX (Malvo flips the script on the blackmail operation; Molly sets a trap; Lester's return to work has complicated repercussions)

Dance Moms on Lifetime (The dancers get the opportunity to speak their minds about Abby, their former teammates and the mothers' arguing)

19 Kids and Counting on TLC (The Duggars arrive in Washington, D.C.; the older girls brave driving; the family visits a skating rink with lots of slips and falls)

David Letterman: Stupid Pet Tricks, Lucy Liu, Ziggy Marley

Jimmy Fallon: Diane Keaton, Dane DeHaan, David Byrne, Daley

Jimmy Kimmel: Eric Stonestreet, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Robin Roberts

Craig Ferguson: Valerie Bertinelli, Seth Gabel

Seth Meyers: Matt Lauer, Savannah Guthrie, Matt Walsh, Bill Nye

Carson Daly: Dave Attell, Washed Out, Semi Precious Weapons

Daily Show: William Cohan

Colbert Report: Robert Rodriguez

At Midnight: Randy Sklar, Jason Sklar, Kyle Kinane

Chelsea Lately: Hugh Dancy, Jeff Wild, Liza Treyger, Jo Koy

Conan O'Brien: Kunal Nayyar, Max Brooks, Hurray for the Riff Raff

Watch What Happens Live: Nate Berkus, Kristen Taekman

Arsenio Hall: Jimmie Walker, Kevin Taylor, Selectress Iriela

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Is the silver fox finally ready to settle down? Across the media, it's being reported that George Clooney has proposed to British lawyer Amal Alamuddin after decades of bachelorhood . The 52-year-old actor allegedly popped the question to the 36-year-old sometime in the past two weeks. Alamuddin is an accomplished international lawyer whose work includes issues related to Syria, drones and Wikileaks. A source tells Us Weekly that it's "not that surprising" that Clooney fell so hard for her. "He likes a woman with brains and class," they said. "She's the full package."

Selena Gomez and Orlando Bloom hit up The Forum in Inglewood, California to see Chelsea Handler perform stand-up on Saturday. HollywoodLife.com reports that Selena, 21, and Orlando, 37, arrived in the same car and also left together. The  two allegedly looked super happy and comfortable together. Given that Selena looks like she could be Orlando's daughter, here's hoping they went out as just friends.

Bill O'Reilly is pissed that TIME magazine put Beyoncé on the cover of its most influential people issue, calling the publication's praise of her "a load of nonsense." The FOX News host slammed the notion that Beyoncé is empowering young girls and suggested that her sexy music videos contribute to the teen pregnancy epidemic. "Beyoncé is part of that problem," O'Reilly declared. "She knows, this woman knows that young girls getting pregnant in the African-American community now is about 70 percent out of wedlock. She knows and doesn't seem to care." 

During his appearance on The Tonight Show on Friday, Jamie Foxx sat down at a piano to "sing a list of unsexy words in a super sexy way.” Among the words: crusty, ointment, lentils, and floss. Surprisingly, the Oscar-winning actor managed to deliver a sultry rendition -- ending with him belting out "loofah" -- that had even host Jimmy Fallon in a fit of giggles.  
Blur and Gorillaz frontman Damon Albarn releases his debut solo album Everyday Robots. Violinist and YouTube star Lindsey Stirling releases Shatter Me, her second studio album. Shatter Me features vocals from Dia Frampton, who was runner-up on season one of The Voice. Meanwhile, alternative rockers Pixies release Indie City, the band’s first album since 1991’s Trompe le Monde. And Chris Robinson Brotherhood releases its third studio album, Phosphorescent Harvest. 

Dancing With the Stars on ABC (The dancers perform Latin-inspired dances; guest judge Ricky Martin)

2 Broke Girls on CBS (When Sophie and her new bookie boyfriend bring Caroline and Max to the racetrack, Caroline's reignited passion for horse racing gets out of control)

Mike & Molly on CBS (Carl and Mike arrest Molly's literary hero (Susan Sarandon) for a DUI)

The Voice on NBC (The top 10 artists perform; Rixton performs)

The Following on Fox (When Mark and Luke turn the tables on Joe and Ryan, the two enemies are forced to work together to save the woman they love)

Sex Sent Me to the E.R. on TLC (Added facts and bonus scenes; a couple's long awaited date night leads them to a secluded pasture; a couple with a hidden medical secret; an athletic couple loses their match against the ``Kama Sutra.'')

WWE Monday Night RAW on USA (Guest star Hugh Jackman. What's next for champion Daniel Bryan and the ``Monster'' Kane?)

David Letterman: Joel McHale, Vera Farmiga, Aloe Blacc

Jimmy Fallon: Emma Stone, Robinson Cano, Keith Urban

Jimmy Kimmel: Jennifer Lopez, Elisabeth Moss, Sleepy Man Banjo Boys

Craig Ferguson: LL Cool J, Candice Accola

Seth Meyers: Daniel Radcliffe, Jessica St. Clair, Lennon Parham, Twenty One Pilots

Carson Daly: Lennon Parham, Jessica St. Clair, You Won't, Blue Ruin

Daily Show: Mookie Wilson

Colbert Report: Michael McFaul

Chelsea Lately: Giuliana & Bill Rancic, Ron Funches, Jen Kirkman, Brad Wollack

Conan O'Brien: Chelsea Handler, Hugh Dancy, Christela Alonzo

Watch What Happens Live: Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann

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Miley Cyrus is on the mend! More than a week after being hospitalized because of a severe allergic reaction to antibiotics, the pop star is back on her feet. A source confirms to Us Weekly that the 21-year-old has left the hospital and is now preparing to return to the road for the European leg of her Bangerz tour. "She's doing much better," the insider tells Us. "She had to get it all out of her system. It hit her hard." As previously reported, Cyrus was hospitalized on April 15 after suffering an "extreme" reaction to the antibiotic Cephalexin, which had been prescribed to her for a sinus infection.

During an appearance on Ellen Thursday, Adam Levine stopped just short of confirming that Gwen Stefani is stepping in for Christina Aguilera on The Voice next season. After describing the reports as "speculative," he admitted, "That's what I'm supposed to say  legally." However, Levine indicated that Pharrell Williams, who NBC has confirmed will join the show, and Stefani are indeed both joining him on the set. "I'm such a big fan of both of them," he gushed. "They are both incredible and it's gonna be a blast."

You may have thought Pharrell Williams’ hat was weird, but his newest project may top it. On Thursday, Williams released a book called Inspiration online, but there’s a catch: It’s missing all the words. The idea behind the “social book” is that fans can guess the absent words, and the first person to correctly guess any missing word will be credited when it is published. The book will be published and sold when all the words have been filled in, with all revenues going to From One Hand to Another. The nonprofit, founded by Williams, seeks to help at-risk youths in American communities. The first four pages of Inspiration were unlocked Thursday.

Lollapalooza may still be a few months away, but festival organizers revealed on Thursday that this year’s livestream will be available at Redbull.tv, as well as on Samsung Smart TVs, Apple TV, Chromecast, Xbox 360, Amazon TV, iOS, and Android. In addition to showing live performances from all five stages, the webcast will feature artist interviews and behind-the-scenes footage from acts including OutKast, Lorde and The Avett Brothers, among others. 

It appears that the next Guns N’ Roses album will come out a lot sooner than the 15 year span it took for their last release, Chinese Democracy. Guitarist Richard Fortus told the Associated Press this week that the group was "working on stuff” and that they hope to have it out soon. The band, which recently wrapped a handful of shows in South America, will begin a Las Vegas residency in May. "We're going to be in Vegas all together, so hopefully during that time we're going to be able to get into the room and start laying down some more stuff," Fortus said. 

It seems like Seth Meyers just took the helm as new host of Late Night, but he’s already been offered another hosting gig. It was announced Thursday that Meyers will host this summer’s Primetime Emmy Awards, airing on NBC at 8 p.m. on August 25. “Seth's expertise and ease in front of a live audience during his time at SNL, as well as his comedic brilliance both as a writer and in front of the camera on SNL and Late Night, makes him the perfect choice to host the Emmys,” said Paul Telegdy, NBC Entertainment President of Late Night and Alternative Programming.

****The Other Woman stars Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann and Kate Upton as three women being played by the same man. But when the ladies discover the affairs, they team up to plot mutual revenge on their cheating, lying, three-timing SOB.
***Set in dystopian Detroit, Brick Mansions stars the late Paul Walker as an undercover cop trying to take down a ruthless crime lord with access to a neutron bomb by infiltrating his gang.
****Inspired by true events, The Quiet Ones follows a University physics professor and a team of his students who aim to “experiment" on Jane Harper, a young girl who harbors unspeakable secrets. But through their tests, they discover dark forces more terrifying than any of them expected.
***Taking place over the course of one absolutely riveting car ride, Locke stars Tom Hardy as Ivan Locke, a man who has worked diligently to craft the life he dreamed of. But the eve of the biggest challenge of his career, Ivan receives a phone call that sets in motion a series of events that will unravel his family, job, and soul.
****The Machine tells the story of two computer programmers who fall in love as they create the first-ever piece of self-aware artificial intelligence. But things go terribly wrong when the British Government steals their breakthrough and teaches it to become a robotic weapon.


Shark Tank on ABC (An 11-year-old who handcrafts bow ties; a hot beverage made from roasted cocoa beans; nutritional supplements; a 5K obstacle course race)

Kitchen Nightmares on Fox (Ramsay travels to Woodland Park, Colo., to save Mangia Mangia, an Italian restaurant saddled with tension between the owner and her staff, and problems with the food, atmosphere and service)

Fashion Police on E! (Rapper Lil Jon; guest host Zuri Hall)

Real Time With Bill Maher on HBO (Environmentalist Tom Steyer; actress Annabelle Gurwitch; political analyst John Avlon; political scientist Charles Murray; former New York City Council speaker Christine Quinn)

WWE Friday Night SmackDown! on SyFy (Paul Heyman's Cesaro vs. Zeb Coulter's Jack Swagger)

David Letterman: Piedmont Bird Callers, Michael J. Fox, Naughty Boy featuring Sam Smith

Jimmy Fallon: Jamie Foxx, Alan Cumming, Alicia Keys & Kendrick Lamar

Craig Ferguson: Billy Bob Thornton, St. Paul & the Broken Bones

Arsenio Hall: Dick Gregory, Daniel Beaty


NASCAR Sprint Cup: Toyota Owners 400 on Fox (from Richmond International Raceway in Richmond, Va)

My Cat From Hell on Animal Planet (PREMIERE ... Jackson Galaxy is in Austin, Texas, to help a professional skydiver with two high-flying Savannah cats, Morello and Darwin; a couple's Maine coon cat, Wolfie, is pooping all over the house and covering it up with their stuff.)


The Simpsons on Fox (When Bart's voodoo doll spell accidentally makes his teacher pregnant, he becomes a savior to couples hoping to conceive)

Family Guy on Fox (Chris and Jerome's daughter, Pam (Keke Palmer), run away together when Jerome (Kevin Michael Richardson) forbids their relationship)

Mad Men on AMC (Don takes an unexpected trip; Betty dines with a friend; Harry promotes a cause; the partners consider an asset)

2014 Radio Disney Music Awards on Disney (Cameos from Disney stars including Dove Cameron, Laura Marono and Olivia Holt; musical performances by Ariana Grande, Austin Mahone, R5, Becky G, Zendaya, and Fifth Harmony)

Total Divas on E! (Ariane throws a party and loses Nattie's cat; Nattie and T.J. clash over money; Brie educates Nikki about food)

Game of Thrones on HBO (Dany balances justice and mercy; Brienne is tasked with Jaime's honor; Jon secures volunteers; Bran, Jojen, Meera and Hodor find shelter)


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Joan Rivers is standing by the controversial joke she made Tuesday on TODAY, where she complained that her daughter's guest room was smaller than the basement the three captives shared in Ariel Castro's dungeon. After attorneys for two of the victims, Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus, demanded an apology, the 80-year-old Rivers took it even farther. "They got to live rent free for more than a decade," she told TMZ on Wednesday. "One of them has a book deal. Neither are in a psych ward. They're ok. I bet you within three years one of them will be on Dancing With the Stars.

Justin Bieber has apologized for praying at a war shrine in Tokyo this week, inadvertently offending those who believe the shrine an affront to other Asian cultures. The shrine honors 2.5 million war dead, including 14 convicted war criminals. China and South Korea consider the shrine a symbol of Japan's past militarism and believe that visiting it shows a lack of understanding or remorse over wartime history. Bieber Instagrammed photos Tuesday night showing himself praying at the shrine. He's since removed them and posted, "I was misled to think the Shrines were only a place of prayer. To anyone I have offended, I am extremely sorry."

The soundtrack to Disney's Frozen earned its biggest sales week yet in the days leading up to Easter, which allowed it to sit pretty at #1 on on the Billboard 200 for the 11th week in a row. The soundtrack has now surpassed the success of The Lion King, which held the spot for 10 weeks as the longest-running #1 soundtrack by an animated film. According to Nielsen SoundScan, the Frozen soundtrack sold 259,000 copies in the week ending April 20. That's up a whopping 94 percent compared with the previous week, when the album shifted 133,000 at #1. 

Meg Ryan has been cast as the narrator for CBS’ How I Met Your Mother spinoff. The actress has landed the unseen vocal role in the How I Met Your Dad pilot, which is considered an obvious front-runner for a series order for CBS’ schedule next season. She’ll supply the voice of “future Sally” (played during the series in flashback by Greta Gerwig), the same way Bob Saget supplied the voice for future Ted in HIMYM. Like Saget, her character will never be seen.

Grey's Anatomy on ABC (Jackson must deliver bad news to the doctors; Derek's sister visits; Richard surprises Catherine in Boston; Bailey makes a risky decision about her research)

Black Box on ABC (Dr. Catherine Black tells her therapist that she is feeling unstoppable; Dr. Ian Bickman joins the staff at The Cube; Catherine's boyfriend pushes her to marry him)

The Big Bang Theory on CBS (Sheldon gives spontaneity a try, which causes unexpected friction for Penny, Bernadette and Amy; Raj asks Howard for help with preparation for a date with Emily)

Two and a Half Men on CBS (Alan finds an opportunity to make money; Walden addresses his co-dependency issues)

Bad Teacher on CBS (A former trophy wife poses as a teacher at an upscale school in hope of meeting the students' wealthy, single fathers; a faculty member becomes suspicious)

Parks and Recreation on NBC (Ben, Leslie and Chris go to San Francisco for a National Parks conference; Tom's restaurant opens; Ron has another encounter with Tammy 2, Leslie makes a big decision about the future.)

Saturday Night Live on NBC (Digital Shorts)

Hell's Kitchen on Fox (Contestants from each team must work in pairs and present a unique pizza dish to Ramsay; the losers clean up and prepare both kitchens for dinner service, while the winners go to a luxurious hotel; one team runs out of a crucial ingredient)

American Idol on Fox (A finalist is eliminated)

The Vampire Diaries on The CW (Stefan tries to distract Elena from her relationship problems; Bonnie struggles to be realistic about how the changes on the Other Side will affect her; Jeremy and Matt tell Damon the Traveler knife is missing; Enzo reveals what happened to Maggie)

Anger Management on FX (Charlie spends the night with Lacey to keep her from killing her ex-boyfriend)

iMPACT Wrestling on Spike (The era of Eric Young continues; Angle goes head-to-head with EC3's cohort Rockstar Spud; MVP battles Austin Aries)

David Letterman: Neil Patrick Harris, Sarah Hyland, Ray LaMontagne

Jimmy Fallon: Dr. Phil McGraw, James Van Der Beek, Courtney Barnett, Steven Tyler & Joe Perry

Jimmy Kimmel: Julie Bowen, Dave Attell, Cut Copy

Craig Ferguson: Emily Deschanel, Zoe Lister-Jones

Seth Meyers: Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann, Ronan Farrow, Gary Gulman

Carson Daly: Matt Taibbi, Tinariwen, Steven Knight

Daily Show: Ramachandra Guha

Colbert Report: George Saunders

At Midnight: April Richardson, Tom Lennon, Steve Agee

Chelsea Lately: Ian Somerhalder, Julian McCullough, Kerri Kenney-Silver, Ian Karmel, guest host Mary McCormack

Watch What Happens Live: Mario Lopez, Brandy Norwood

Arsenio Hall: Taraji P. Henson, Earth Wind & Fire

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Katy Perry transforms into a boozy retired Vegas dancer named Goldie in her new music video for "Birthday." "Have you ever heard that song 'The Lady is a Tramp'? That might be about me," the unrecognizable pop star says as Goldie. In a minute-long teaser clip for the video, she also becomes a Jewish MC named "Yosef Shulem," a seedy Craigslist clown, an animal trainer named Ace, and a social-media-savvy princess named Mandee. Together they are supposed to be the world's worst birthday party entertainers. Katy promises the video, which debuts in its entirety on Thursday, will be her "most insane" one yet.  

Drew Barrymore and husband Will Kopelman welcomed their second child on Tuesday, her rep confirmed to People. “Happy to announce that today we are the proud parents of our second daughter, Frankie Barrymore Kopelman,” the couple told the magazine in a statement. “Olive has a new little sister, and everyone is healthy and happy!” Barrymore, who kept much of her first pregnancy a secret, decided to take a different approach the second time around, by announcing she was expecting last November.

Cameron Diaz thinks world would smell better if people stopped using antiperspirant. "I don't believe in antiperspirant," The Other Woman star recently declared to E! News. "It's really bad for you. I haven't used it for almost 20 years." The author of The Body Book then explained, "You're stinky, because you use antiperspirant. It keeps all the stink in." Diaz said that even men should stop using it: Let it go and just trim your armpit hair so it doesn't hold onto the scent," she advised. Move over, Gwyneth Paltrow -- it looks like there's a new lifestyle guru in town.

Jennifer Lawrence has been roped into the ongoing Lindsay Lohan trainwreck. In her much-talked-about new interview with Kode Magazine, Lohan apparently walked away from her interviewer when Lawrence came up in conversation, before returning to issue her opinion on the Oscar-winning actress. "She's so fake," Lohan said in regards to Lawrence's infamous stumble at the Academy Awards. She then added, "And I'm sorry, I'm not going to f**k for roles." Meanwhile, a rep for LiLo claims that Kode Magazine's entire story was fabricated. According to the rep, the interview was conducted over e-mail, which would mean the writer's accusation that LiLo drank vodka during their conversation is made up. 

Avril Lavigne is getting a lot of backlash in response to the new video she released for her song “Hello Kitty” on Monday. Like Gwen Stefani did with her song “Hollaback Girl” in 2005, Lavigne’s video presents viewers with an exaggerated, appropriated version of Japanese culture, complete with a silent troupe of Japanese backup dancers that do little more than shadow Lavigne as she giggles and eats sushi in a cupcake skirt. As one YouTube comment reads, “Those dancers look like they want to curl into a ball and die. Can't say I blame them." It’s probably safe to say that wasn’t the sugary-sweet fantasy Lavigne was going for. 

Rolling Stone claims The Goonies sequel may involve Steven Spielberg. Director Richard Donner tells the magazine: "Hopefully we're going to get this done, period. Steven came up with the idea of doing a sequel after 30 years. You don't do it without him. We've been trying for a long time, then he came up with another storyline and he's right on."

Modern Family on ABC (The family joins Phil as he travels to Australia to fulfill his mother's wish that he see the land where he was conceived)

Nashville on ABC (Members of the cast perform fan-favorite songs; songwriters discuss their process and the music in the show)

Survivor on CBS (Homesick castaways receive letters from loved ones; a castaway seeking intel from the competition embarks on a secret stakeout; a castaway falls while gathering coconuts)

American Idol on Fox (The six finalists perform a country song and a rock 'n' roll song for the judges)

Hot in Cleveland on TV Land (Victoria's movie premiere approaches; Emmy visits with surprising news; Elka has taken a younger lover)

Unusually Thicke on TV Guide (Alan takes Carter to visit his brother Robin on the road, hoping to teach him a lesson. Tanya takes on more than she planned when she agreed to rescue a homeless animal)

David Letterman: Sally Field, Timothy Simons, Needtobreathe

Jimmy Fallon: Cameron Diaz, Jim Gaffigan, Future featuring Pusha T

Jimmy Kimmel: Tim Allen, Ginnifer Goodwin, Foster the People

Craig Ferguson: Eddie Izzard, Lyle Lovett

Seth Meyers: Colin Quinn, Paramore

Carson Daly: Brett Gelman, Sir Sly, Skaters

Daily Show: Robin Roberts

Colbert Report: John Calipari

At Midnight: Paul Scheer, Andy Daly, Brandon Johnson

Chelsea Lately: Mekhi Phifer, Chris Franjola, Sarah Colonna, guest host Loni Love

Watch What Happens Live: Marissa Tomei, Boy George

Arsenio Hall: Pat & Gina Neely, Earthquake, Samantha Ronson

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It was announced Monday that Carrie Underwood is the only country artist that's a candidate for the 2014 Billboard Milestone Award. Following three weeks of voting by fans, Underwood joins U.K. pop artist Ellie Goulding and pop-rock act OneRepublic in the top three. The final round of fan voting is underway now through the Billboard Music Awards, and the winner will be announced during the live telecast, airing at 8 p.m. on Sunday, May 18, on ABC. 

 In her recent interview with Kode Magazine, Lindsay Lohan confessed she had a miscarriage and she's, apparently, been "on and off for years" with Oscar-winner Jared Leto!
The article read:

"As I gush over my love of Jared Leto, she immediately bites back with claims of a sordid love affair with the statue winner. 'All my friends love Jared, we've been off and on for years,' she affirms.

Following Paul Walker's tragic  death, some unsavory people started impersonating his daughter, Meadow Walker, across all different social media platforms. But not anymore! On the actor's offical Facebook, his team posted this message:

To combat the imposter profiles that are continually created, we have launched three official profiles for Paul Walker's daughter…

FACEBOOK: Meadow Walker
TWITTER: http://twitter.com/meadowwalker
INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/meadowwalker

Any other profiles you may find on social networks are not associated with Meadow or Paul. - Team PW

In honor of prom season, E! Online has put together a quiz to help you determine which celebrity would be your perfect prom date. You'll have to answer questions on your prom attire preference, the music you like to dance to and what your after-prom plans would entail. Depending on your answers, you end up on the arm of anyone from Harry Styles to Justin Timberlake to Jennifer Lawrence. Um, is all of the above an option?
Click here to take the quiz

Barefoot, The Hooping Life, Bettie Page Reveals, Big Bad Wolves and The Trials of Muhammad Ali are all out on DVD today

Celebrity Wife Swap on ABC (The wives of TV personality Robin Leach and actor Eric Roberts trade places)

The Voice on NBC (Two artists are eliminated; Shakira performs)

Glee on Fox (Special guests come to town for Rachel's Broadway debut in the opening night of ``Funny Girl.'')

Game of Arms on AMC (Don and Travis put a championship belt on the line; Cobra considers how losing to Bart would influence his career)

Deadliest Catch: The Bait on Discovery (The captains discuss the cast changes)

Fargo on FX (Molly begins to suspect that Lester is involved with the murders; Malvo investigates the blackmail plot against a man known as the Supermarket King)

Dance Moms on Lifetime (Abby shocks the dancers and their mothers when she presents her new junior elite competition team; the original dancers are pitted against new dancers)

David Letterman: Stephen Colbert, Robin Roberts, Kelis, Sam Moore

Jimmy Fallon: David Duchovny, John Oliver, Rita Ora

Jimmy Kimmel: Don Rickles, Emily Deschanel, Beck

Craig Ferguson: Cedric the Entertainer, Billie Piper

Seth Meyers: Sofia Vergara, Natalie Dormer, Jonah Keri

Carson Daly: Jared Harris, the Growlers, Andrew Schultz

Daily Show: Sen. Elizabeth Warren

Colbert Report: George Will

At Midnight: Jessica St. Clair, Lennon Parham, Rob Huebel

Chelsea Lately: Wiz Khalifa, Jen Kirkman, Fortune Feimster, Bobby Lee, guest host T.J. Miller

Watch What Happens Live: Luann De Lesseps, Billy Eichner

Arsenio Hall: Marlon Wayans, Jared Harris, Gabriel Iglesias, Joe Satria

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Lindsay Lohan’s much-criticized OWN reality show Lindsay came to a strangely abrupt and serious ending last night, as the actress revealed that she suffered a miscarriage during the filming of the series. “No one knows this, and we can finish after this, I had a miscarriage for the two weeks that I took off,” she said on the verge of tears, during her final “confessional” with the producers. After a long pause, she added, “It’s a very long story." Lindsay provided no other details. She also did not identify the father of her child.

TMZ is reporting that Gwen Stefani will replace Christina Aguilera as coach on Season 7 of The Voice. Multiple sources connected to the hit NBC show are claiming that, due to Christina's pregnancy, Gwen will be taking over her spot on the singing competition series, which begins filming its new season in June. Although the No Doubt frontwoman's job wouldn't be permanent, she would get to coach alongside newcomer Pharrell Williams and longtime mentors Adam Levine and Blake Shelton. Aguilera will reportedly rotate back into her spinning chair for Season 8.

Meow -- there's a boy band battle brewing! Nick Carter took to Twitter on Friday to respond to 'N Sync singer Joey Fatone's recent diss that the Backstreet Boys are still touring because "they just need the money." Carter tweeted, "Just disappointed, I really liked Joey... I'm proud of who we are and love what we stand for. Truthfully it's about not letting our fans down. Sorry bro, but you have us all wrong." In his HuffPo interview, Joey had also boasted that 'N Sync wouldn't ever do a reunion tour because they're too busy "doing their own thing." Presumably, by "they," he meant Justin Timberlake.

Shakira recently emptied out her purse for Us Weekly's celebrity column "What's in My Bag?" The Columbian singer dished that she always carries her passport, vitamins and lollipops to satisfy her sweet tooth. And she keeps close a Revlon eyelash curler and Crest 3D Whitestrips. Shakira also admitted that she is obsessed with playing games on her iPhone. "My iPhone 5 has music apps, like Pandora and Spotify, and I am addicted to playing Candy Crush and Ms. Pac-Man -- total guilty pleasures," she revealed.

NBC has announced plans to air a three-hour live television special in honor of the 40th anniversary of Saturday Night Live next year. The special, which will feature past and present cast members, as well as guest hosts and musical acts from the show’s entire run, will air February 15, 2015. "Saturday Night Live is an institution unlike anything else in television history," said Robert Greenblatt, chairman of NBC Entertainment, in a statement. The specific lineup of guests, which could potentially include Eddie Murphy, Billy Crystal, Mike Myers, Will Ferrell, Tina Fey, and Amy Poehler, among others, will be determined in coming months. 

Barbie may be feeling her age. Its creator, Mattel, posted its first loss in five years as sales of the iconic doll brand tumbled sharply. Mattel says weak sales of Barbie and markdowns to clear out excess inventory left over from a sluggish holiday season led to an unexpected first-quarter loss of $11 million. First-quarter sales of the 55-year-old doll line slumped 14 percent, but the bad news for Mattel doesn’t stop there. The company’s worldwide sales fell 5 percent to $946.2 million and the toy giant reported a net loss of $11 million. 
Pop-rock act Neon Trees will release their third album, Pop Psychology, led by single “Sleeping with a Friend.” Augustana, best known for their 2005 single, “Boston,” is set to release their fifth record, Life Imitating Life. The album is Augustana’s first release since their 2011 self-titled album, and the first project recorded solely by frontman Daniel Layus. Sebastian Bach, former vocalist of heavy metal group Skid Row, will release Give Em’ Hell, his fifth solo album. And rapper Iggy Azalea will debut The New Classic, her first studio album with Island Records.


Dancing With the Stars on ABC (The couples dance to party anthems; guest judge Redfoo)

2 Broke Girls on CBS (When Max and Caroline learn their lease is up, they must find the original tenant and have him renew it, saying he still lives there.)

Mike & Molly on CBS (When Mike's car breaks down, he must decide if he should accept a loan from Carl to fix it)

The Voice on NBC (Twelve artists perform)

The Following on Fox (Many lives are threatened as Joe enacts his final plan; Claire's decision puts her in treacherous territory; Mark and Luke must decide what to do next)

Sex Sent Me to the E.R. on TLC (With added facts and bonus scenes; a couple's alone time at a pool party; a sticky situation that ends in the emergency room.)

WWE Monday Night RAW on USA (With the reformation of the Evolution faction, what's next for The Shield?)

David Letterman: Courteney Cox, Jimmie "J.J." Walker, Christina Perri

Jimmy Fallon: Brian Williams, Christina Hendricks, Ilan Hall

Jimmy Kimmel: Billy Bob Thornton, Katy Perry, Chromeo

Craig Ferguson: George Lopez, Ari Graynor

Seth Meyers: Sen. John McCain, Billy Eichner, Jason Derulo

Daily Show: Gina McCarthy

Colbert Report: Marcellus McRae, Kate Elliott

At Midnight: Marlon Wayans, Nick Swardson, Kerri Kenney-Silver

Chelsea Lately: Bob Saget, guest host Khloe Kardashian

Watch What Happens Live: Gillian Jacobs, Heather Dubrow

Arsenio Hall: "Wild" Bill Wichrowski & Johnathan Hillstrand, Death


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The first trailer for FOX's new reality dating show, I Wanna Marry "Harry," has been released. It features 12 gullible American women who think they're competing for the affections of Prince William's younger brother. (Spoiler alert: The dude is just a Prince Harry lookalike.) The promo promises plenty of drama and tears, and even features one lady so desperate for love that she declares, "Prince Harry, Harry Potter, I don't care!" The faux dating show is similar to the network's notorious 2003 show Joe Millionaire, in which 21 unsuspecting women tried to win the heart a "millionaire" who turned out to be a regular Joe. I Wanna Marry "Harry" premieres on Tuesday, May 27.

In her new book The Kind Mama, actress Alicia Silverstone shares her controversial approach to parenting -- including the revelation that her 2-year-old son Bear Blu has "never had a drop of medicine." She writes, "Because his body is a super-clean, healthy machine, it can defend itself against and flush out all the nasty stuff much more quickly than a baby whose diet isn't as kind." (Sounds like somebody's giving Gwyneth Paltrow a run for her money...) Silverstone also dished that she feeds her child a vegan diet and expressed her support for attachment parenting.

In a new interview with Kerrang magazine, producer Butch Vig reveals that the new Foo Fighters new album is “almost halfway done.” "We've been recording at some different locations, but we're almost halfway done with the recording and it's going well," Vig said. Although frontman Dave Grohl announced the band would be going on hiatus in 2012, they returned in 2013 to play shows in Mexico, as well as playing a special Super Bowl Weekend show. The bands is also scheduled to play the Firefly Music Festival in Delaware this June. 

--Transcendence stars Johnny Depp as Dr. Will Caster, the foremost researcher in the field of Artificial Intelligence, who is working to create a machine that combines the collective intelligence of every thing ever known with the full range of human emotions. When anti-extremists attempt to kill Caster, they inadvertently enable the doctor to be a participant in his own experiment. 
--A Haunted House 2 is the sequel to the hilarious box-office hit starring Marlon Wayans as Malcolm, who, after exorcising the demons of his ex, is starting fresh with his new girlfriend and her two children. But when Malcolm  and his family move into their new dream home, they’re once again plagued by bizarre paranormal events.
--Based on the #1 New York Times best-selling book of the same name, Heaven is for Real brings to the screen the true story of a small-town father, played by Greg Kinnear, who must find the courage and conviction to share his son's extraordinary, life-changing experience with the world. 


Shark Tank on ABC (Smart light bulb; high-tech cork replacement; subscription service for children's books; fort-building construction kits for kids; a follow-up on the Breathometer)

20/20 on ABC (Secrets of psychics; people caught faking injuries in order to claim disability benefits; celebrities with freeloading friends and family members; a man who claims an IRS agent coerced him into having sex)

Kitchen Nightmares on Fox (Ramsay helps the owners of Old Neighborhood in Arvada, Colo., transform their restaurant; Ramsay tries to help the owners of Kati Allo in Queens, N.Y., turn things around)

Cesar Millan: Love My Pit Bull on NatGeoWild (Cesar and his pit bull make the case that humans as well pit bulls need to be trained to get along)

WWE Friday Night SmackDown! on SyFy (Triple H explains the reformation of the legendary faction, Evolution)

Saturday April 19, 2014

UFC: Werdum vs. Browne on Fox (Yoel Romero vs. Brad Tavares; Edson Barboza vs. Donald Cerrone; Liz Carmouche vs. Miesha Tate; Fabricio Werdum vs. Travis Browne. From Amway Center in Orlando. (Card subject to change)

Arena Football on CBS Sports (Los Angeles KISS at Iowa Barnstormers)

Billy Crystal 700 Sundays on HBO (In his Broadway show, the comic discusses childhood memories, the unexpected death of his father, and pursuing his dream of becoming a comedian)

Sex Sent Me to the E.R. on TLC (A couple's long awaited date night leads them to a secluded pasture; a couple with a hidden medical secret; an athletic couple loses their match against the ``Kama Sutra.'')

Sunday April 20, 2014

Mad Men on AMC (Peggy gets flowers at the office; Pete wades through new business politics; Joan faces an awkward situation)

The Millionaire Matchmaker on Bravo (Reality-TV star NeNe Leakes asks Patti to help two of her bridesmaids find love: intimidating Dawn and single mother Diana)

Tracy Morgan: Bona Fide on Comedy Central (Comic Tracy Morgan covers topics such as growing up in the projects, surviving Thanksgiving, and the story of the time Prince threw him out of his house after an all-night party)

Total Divas on E! (Trinity wants to get married; Eva faces a serious health issue; Nikki and Ariane help Nattie get her groove back)

Game of Thrones on HBO (Tyrion considers his options; Tywin extends an olive branch; Sam questions the safety of Castle Black; Jon proposes a plan; the Hound teaches Arya; Dany chooses her champion.)

Devious Maids on Lifetime (Marisol finds a new love; Peri tries to keep Rosie and Spence apart; Zoila discovers that Valentina is back from Africa; Carmen and Alejandro settle in to their fake relationship; Odessa reaches her limit; Adrian and Evelyn hire a bodyguard)

Lindsay on OWN (Lindsay's trip to Miami lands her in the tabloids; after introducing Miley Cyrus at Jingle Ball, she's desperate to start working on her new role. Lindsay stays busy in New York with a photo shoot, an app launch party and pitching her book to publishers; she then heads to Sundance to announce her new movie; afterward, Lindsay spares some time for reflection.

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Miley Cyrus is still in the hospital after being rushed in Tuesday night for an "extreme allergic reaction" she had to an antibiotic she was prescribed for a sinus infection. The pop star's rep tells E! News: "This type of extreme reaction can last from 5 to 27 days in these types of cases. She will remain hospitalized and is under a doctor's care until we see some improvement in her condition and is asking for your compassion and privacy at this time. Miley is devastated about missing shows and possibly disappointing her fans." 

Yikes! Untouched photos from Lady Gaga's ad campaign for Versace have been leaked -- and they look nothing like the final product. The images show the singer with dark circles under her eyes and bruises on her legs.  Additionally, judging from the before and after images, the pop star's arms appear to have been slimmed down.

Ashton Kutcher will be surrounded by one-and-a half-females in his household soon. Fiancee Mila Kunis, who's pregnant with their first child, will be having a girl, multiple sources confirm to Us Weekly. "Ashton is doting on Mila," a friend of the couple says, while another pal notes that he's already "got plenty of practice" acting as stepfather to ex-wife Demi Moore's three daughters. Kunis and Kutcher are reportedly already lining up playdates with the 2-month-old daughter of Danny Masterson, their That '70s Show co-star.

Jenny McCarthy and Donnie Wahlberg are engaged, McCarthy announced yesterday morning on The View. She shared the news by first hiding her left hand under the View desk, then whipped it out to show off her ring before jumping around the set. McCarthy cried as she said that her son Evan helped Wahlberg plan his on-bended-knee proposal, which took place over the weekend. Wahlberg later appeared on the show e to give McCarthy a big kiss. The couple, who began dating last summer, "don't know yet" when the wedding will be. Barbara Walters offered up her apartment as a wedding location.

Fox 2000 Pictures is developing a sequel to the 1993 comedy Mrs. Doubtfire. The movie will reunite original star Robin Williams with director Chris Columbus. Elf writer David Berenbaum is attached to pen the script. The original movie told the story of a dad in the middle of a divorce (Williams) who is so desperate to see his kids more often that he dresses in drag and takes a job as their housekeeper and nanny. Sally Field and Pierce Brosnan also starred. The pic took more than $400 million worldwide, and Fox has tried to get a sequel into production ever since

Grey's Anatomy on ABC (Meredith helps Cristina draft an acceptance speech; Derek feels the weight of his responsibilities; April and Jackson are at odds about children and religion; Callie and Arizona try to reconnect)

Scandal on ABC (The candidates fight to gain votes on Election Day; Olivia considers Maya's motives; Charlie makes an unexpected move)

The Crazy Ones on CBS (The team looks outside the box to try to prevent the closure of a library; Simon's ex-wife has the final word when a corporation wants to buy out the firm)

Community on NBC (When everyone learns about Greendale's first dean, they embark on a mission to find his old computer lab; Subway enlists Chang to spy on the group as part of its plan to take over the school)

Parks and Recreation on NBC (Ben and Leslie organize a charity fund to raise money for the concert; April manages Andy's schedule; Donna turns to Ron for help with an ex-boyfriend (Keegan-Michael Key)

Hell's Kitchen on Fox (The teams must pick a team leader for the next dinner service; a chef serves an undercooked dish; a contestant is eliminated)

American Idol on Fox (A finalist is eliminated)

The Vampire Diaries on The CW (Elena and Stefan start having dreams about an alternate version of their lives; Damon receives unwanted relationship advice from Enzo; Matt has a frightening encounter)

Anger Management on FX (Charlie goes ballistic when a drunk Jordan makes out with a prisoner)

iMPACT Wrestling on Spike (Jeff Hardy's alter-ego ``Willow'' will be in action as he faces Ethan Cater III and Spud in a handicap match; accepting Bobby Roode's challenge to a Tables Match)


Thursday April 17, 2014


Jimmy Kimmel: Behind the Scandalabra: Jimmy interviews the creator of "Scandal", Shonda Rhimes

Craig Ferguson: Kevin Bacon, Andy Hendrickson

Chelsea Lately: Brooklyn Decker, Michael Yo, Loni Love, Matt Braunger

Conan O'Brien: Tracy Morgan, Judy Greer, Broken Bells

Watch What Happens Live: Lindsay Lohan

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Miley Cyrus landed in the hospital Tuesday and was unable to perform her concert in Kansas City, Missouri, after suffering a severe allergic reaction to antibiotics. Cyrus’ publicist, Meghan Prohet, said in a statement that Cyrus is on “medical rest” on the advice of her doctor. While no other details have been released, the singer did take to Twitter, saying she was heartbroken about missing the show, but that she was being well taken care of. Cyrus also posted a picture in what appeared to be a hospital gown. Earlier this month, Miley had to cancel a concert in Charlotte due to a bout with the flu.

Stephen Colbert will pay a visit to his future home next Tuesday, April 22, when he appears as a guest on The Late Show With David Letterman. It was announced  on April 3 that Colbert, currently the host of Comedy Central's satirical Colbert Report, would be taking over Letterman's chair when the legendary late-night host retires sometime in 2015. While Colbert has been a guest of Letterman's in the past, Tuesday will mark their first appearance together since word broke of Letterman's departure.

Magic Mike 2 will be released in July 2015

Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly are going to star in Border Guards, a new comedy about two border guards, who get stranded in Mexico before sneaking back into the U.S. Ron Burgundy Scotch is now on sale for $36 a bottle. It contains 40% alcohol and is a blend of Scotch whiskies and hearty fruit flavor.

Survivor on CBS (Paranoia could end up changing the game; exhausted castaways struggle with a grade-school memory challenge)

American Idol on Fox (The finalists perform songs selected by their competitors)

Lucky Bastards on Esquire (Former Los Angeles resident Adam is welcomed to New York with a party and plenty of ladies; Rocco's father administers a dose of tough love)

Unusually Thicke on TV Guide (Alan Thicke agrees to a garage sale and Carter opts to capitalize by inviting Bob Saget to lure in customers)

Hot in Cleveland on TV Land (Elka throws a funeral for Victoria so she can join Emmet in hiding; Simon and Joy face a dilemma)

Web of Deceit on TLC (PREMIERE ... a woman finds love online, and over the course of a six-year long-distance relationship, wires more that $60,000 to a nonexistent person. Realizing she's been scammed, she turns to a pair of private investigators for help)

Jobs That Don't Suck on MTV2 (Series Debut)
Hate your job? Then you're going to loathe watching a bunch of folks who don't.

Craig Ferguson: Kunal Nayyar, Tom Segura

Chelsea Lately: Ellie Goulding, Bobby Lee, Whitney Cummings, Julian McCullough

Conan O'Brien: Nick Thune, Bastille

Watch What Happens Live: Joan Rivers, Tracy Morgan


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