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Selena Gomez's grandfather, Ricardo Gomez, has opened up about the 21-year-old pop star's struggles in a candid new interview with He tells the website that Selena is in treatment for lupus -- a potentially life-threatening disease in which the body's immune system attacks its own tissues and organs. While she was allegedly diagnosed several years ago, Ricardo says that her condition has been exacerbated by her grueling work schedule and rollercoaster relationship with Justin Bieber. "What worries us is that she doesn't know how to say no," he says.  "She won't take time for herself to relax, to eat well."

Brad Pitt has filed a restraining order against the man arrested for attacking him Wednesday night at the premiere of Maleficent, TIME reports. According to the outlet, the actor filed a temporary, five-day restraining order against Vitalii Sediuk, a Ukrainian journalist who allegedly struck Pitt in the face on the red carpet. Seduik, who is in custody with a bail set at $20,000, has previously assaulted celebrities including America Ferrera, Leonardo DiCaprio, Bradley Cooper, and Will Smith. 

People's country edition has named Luke Bryan as 2014's sexiest country hunk. In a candid interview accompanying the honor, Bryan discusses his bad habits and the things he finds sexy in a woman, which are: "confidence, the ability to wing it and the ability to get fancied up and pretty." The 37-year-old superstar also said that when he needs a good laugh, he looks to his two sons. Other country hunks who made People's list include: Hunter Hayes, Tim McGraw, Jake Owen, Kenny Chesney, Blake Shelton, Brett Eldredge, Dierks Bentley and Florida Georgia Line.

Former Teen Mom Farrah Abraham is celebrating her 23rd birthday at New York City hotspot Pacha on Saturday, and she’s telling the world about it via a super-obnoxious birthday invite, featuring a busty picture of herself (of course). Rolling Stone got their hands on the official invite and has compiled a list of the seven most amazing -- or ridiculous -- things about the invite:
  1. The fact that, by her own admission, this is only the "23rd Sexiest Birthday Bash Ever." 
  2. The sponsors, which include 16 Handles, Goody's Popcorn, Monster Energy, and "Sutra Sparkling Liqueur" -- much better than last year's birthday, which was brought to you by Shame and Regret.
  3. We're not sure what a "Sneak Peak" is, but we're bringing our mountain-climbing gear just in case.
  4. Tickets are $25, which you could use to buy books for school children. Or, you could just send them Farrah's erotic E-Book trilogy.
  5. Topco Sales, "a leading global manufacturer for the adult novelty industry," is also sponsoring. If Farrah had this much adult supervision as a child, none of this would have ever happened.
  6. The event is 21+, which means Farrah's daughter Sophia will probably be left at coat check. Again.
  7. Much like the birthday girl herself, formal attire is not required to gain entrance.

Get excited, Lovatics! Demi Lovato may have just wrapped her 48-date tour through North and South America, but the singer is gearing up to hit the road once again. Lovato announced yesterday that she'll kick-off her DEMI: The World Tour on September 6 in Baltimore, Maryland. Tickets for the tour, which will feature opening acts Christina Perri and boy band MKTO, go on sale June 6. On 10/15 she will be at the KFC Yum Center

Marilyn Manson will be returning to television this fall as a recurring character on the next season of FX’s Sons of Anarchy. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the musician will play Ron Tully, a white supremacist who uses his big shot reputation to help Jax (Charlie Hunnam) expand his power base."Sons has been such a big part of my life, as well as my father's," Manson said in a statement. "So I was determined to make him proud by being involved in what will probably be remembered as the most amazing piece of television cinema." This is the second television spot for Manson, who voiced Shadow on ABC’s Once Upon a Time earlier this year.
Maleficent stars Angelina Jolie as Disney's iconic villain from Sleeping Beauty and the explores the events that ultimately turned her pure heart to stone. Driven by revenge and a fierce desire to protect the lands over which she presides, Maleficent cruelly places an curse upon the human king's newborn infant Aurora. As the child grows, Aurora is caught in the middle of the seething conflict, and Maleficent tastes drastic actions that will change both their lives. 

Seth MacFarlane directs, produces, co-writes and plays the role of the cowardly sheep farmer Albert in A Million Ways to Die in the West. After Albert backs out of a gunfight, his girlfriend leaves him for another man, but he soon falls for a mysterious and beautiful woman who rides into town and helps him find his courage. When her husband, a notorious outlaw, arrives seeking revenge, Albert must put his newfound courage to the test. The film also stars Charlize Theron, Liam Neeson and Amanda Seyfried. 



Fashion Police on E! (Model Pia Mia; musician Austin Mahone; stylist Zanna Roberts Rassi)

Betty White's Off Their Rockers on Lifetime (Betty gives advice to her younger self, teaches the cast about weight loss and gets star struck)

WWE Friday Night SmackDown on SyFy (A rare Champion vs. Champion match when the United States Champion Sheamus takes on Intercontinental Champion Bad News Barrett)

Craig Ferguson: William Shatner, Jessica St. Clair


Bet on Your Baby on ABC (A 3-year-old must pick up a phone within six rings to win $5,000; triplets must empty three rolls of toilet paper within 90 seconds; a woman bets on which costume her granddaughter will choose)

Sing Your Face Off on ABC (The celebrities perform as Adam Levine, Lionel Richie, Elton John, Rihanna, Dolly Parton, Lady Gaga, Pitbull, Pavarotti, Tina Turner and Britney Spears; guest judges David Alan Grier and RuPaul Charles)

Mariah Carey: At Home in Concert With Matt Lauer on NBC

The Graham Norton Show on BBCA (Actress Dame Julie Andrews; actor Channing Tatum; actor Jonah Hill; Pharrell Williams performs)

2014 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony on HBO (Inductees include Cat Stevens, Daryl Hall & John Oates, Nirvana, The E Street Band, KISS, Linda Ronstadt and Peter Gabriel at the ceremony in Brooklyn, N.Y.)


The Bachelorette on ABC (Andi and the bachelors travel to Santa Barbara, Calif.; 12 of the guys sing with Boyz II Men in front of an audience; Andi and J.J. are transformed into an elderly couple by makeup artists)

Total Divas on E! (Brie and Bryan get married; Nikki's secret marriage is finally exposed; WrestleMania)

Men of the Strip on E! (Top dancers of the Las Vegas based all male review, Men Of The Strip; owned by Jeff Timmons of 98 Degrees)

Food Network Star on Food (The twelve hopefuls arrive in Los Angeles to compete for their own show on Food Network)

Game of Thrones on HBO (Unexpected visitors arrive in Mole's Town; Littlefinger's motives are questioned; Ramsay tries to prove himself to his father; Tyrion's fate is decided)

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Mindy's Mouth is reporting that Miley Cyrus has warned her dad Billy Ray to stay away from reality TV because she doesn't want him to turn into a joke like Keeping Up With the Kardashians star Bruce Jenner. "Billy Ray has turned down what must be his sixth reality show offer in the last four years because Miley has been very strict with her parents about not doing them, even though they have been offered a fortune by all the big players, including Bravo, Lifetime and E!, to open up their home to cameras,” a source claims. "Miley would much rather do a Christmas special or a concert at the Hollywood Bowl with her dad rather than watch him embarrass himself like Bruce Jenner on TV every week." Um, ouch. Bruce isn't that bad.

Civil rights activist Maya Angelou has died at age 86. She received over 50 honorary degrees and had been battling health problems as of late. Her last Tweet read: ''Listen to yourself and in that quietude you might hear the voice of God.''

Celebs React to Maya's Death:

Kevin Hart Tweeted: RIP Maya Angelou (April 4, 1928 – May 28, 2014), you were truly an inspiration. Re-tweet to show respect.

Kerry Washington Tweeted: But still, like air, she rises. Yes Ma'am. Rise. Rise. Rise.

Beyoncé: "Rest in peace phenomenal woman."

Solange Knowles "Your words will forever remain deep within the skin, and in the souls of many."

Bette Midler: "The beautiful Maya Angelou died this morning. A big and radiant soul, at rest at last."

Ellen DeGeneres "Today the world lost one of it's greatest gifts. I'm sending love to the friends and family of Maya Angelou."

Robin Roberts "Saddened by the passing of Dr. Maya Angelou. Grateful for all she taught us with her words & spirit. Will never forget how she made me feel."

Sean "Diddy" Combs "RIp Maya Angelou God Bless"

Katie Couric "I am deeply saddened by the death of the beautiful Maya Angelou. My 2004 interview:"

Cyndi Lauper "Maya Angelou has passed away. She was a great light in the world. I feel honored to live in a world she influenced and touched so deeply."

Russell Simmons "RIP to one of the greatest women this world has ever known. Thank you Maya Angelou for all of the gifts and knowledge you gave us..."

Mary J. Blige: "There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you." - Maya Angelou.

Eva Longoria "The world lost an incredible woman today who inspired me and millions of others. #RIP Maya Angelou"

J.K. Rowling: "If you are always trying to be normal, you will never know how amazing you can be." Maya Angelou - who was utterly amazing."

Olivia Wilde "RIP Maya Angelou, a badass woman who saw the impossible as merely a dare"

Brad Pitt was allegedly punched in the face by a random man at last night's premiere of Angelina Jolie’s new film Maleficent. According to Us Weekly, Pitt was at the El Capitan theater in Hollywood for the premiere, when a man suddenly jumped the barrier, ran up to the actor and made contact with his face before police were able to intervene. TMZ adds that the attacker is currently in police custody and will be be booked for misdemeanor battery. What kind of monster would try and wreck that beautiful mug?

LeVar Burton wants to ressurect his beloved children’s show Reading Rainbow, and is asking fans to help make it happen through a Kickstarter campaign. Entertainment Weekly reports that Burton’s vision for Reading Rainbow 2.0 is to create a new version of the show that is available to any child with access to the Internet. He also wants to establish a classroom version of the program and allow low-income schools to use the materials for free. “So let’s do this, y’all,” Burton says in the campaign video. “Reading Rainbow is back, for every child, everywhere.” The actor, who hosted the original run of the show from 1983 to 2006, hopes to raise $1 million via Kickstarter by July 2 -- but the campaign has already exceeded $1.4 million. 

Justin Timberlake sparked a wave of social media backlash after posting a photo of himself at the Western Wall in Jerusalem, ahead of his concert in Tel Aviv on Wednesday. "The Holy Land... What an experience. I will never forget this day," the “Not A Bad Thing” singer wrote on Instagram, with the hashtag #Israel and a picture that showed him touching the wall. While the image racked-up 240,000 likes, some pro-Palestine activist fans didn’t seem to agree, writing, "Israel is defiantly not holy land. they kill palestians every single day for nothing!" and "Correction: you are in Palestine not israel #disappointed,” among other things. 

Billy Idol will release a self-written memoir, called Dancing With Myself, this fall. Named after Idol’s 1980 smash hit, the memoir is described as "bold, searingly candid and written by Idol himself in his inimitable voice.” The book allegedly chronicles Idol's entire life story – beginning with his "transient childhood" and early days in the British punk movement, to his move to New York City in 1981 and his unexpected success in the MTV era. Being released through Touchstone ands Simon & Schuster UK, Dancing With Myself will hit stores October 7. 

Chelsea Handler has announced that her show Chelsea Lately will end on August 26. Discussing her seven-year run, the talk show host said, "I myself am more surprised than anyone that I was able to hold down a job for seven years, and it was a fantastic seven years. I will always look back at my time on E! as most people look back at their time in college. I'm glad I went." The E! network says that Handler's exit will be marked by a month full of surprise guests and visits. Interestingly, once Handler is off the air, there will be no female late night hosts on television.


Last Comic Standing on NBC (Comics hope to advance to the semi-final round)

Hell's Kitchen on Fox (After both teams are reorganized, the chefs blindly choose ingredients from which they must create a unique dish; the chefs must serve a five-course meal to UNICEF Ambassador Angie Harmon and other VIP attendees)

2014 Scripps National Spelling Bee on ESPN

Anger Management on FX (Charlie surprises his therapy group by bringing their dysfunctional parents to a session)

NBA Playoffs on TNT (Oklahoma City Thunder at San Antonio Spurs ... Western Conference Final, Game 5)


Craig Ferguson: Hugh Laurie

Chelsea Lately: Lea Michele, Ben Gleib, Jen Kirkman, Sarah Colonna

Watch What Happens Live: Lacey Chabert, Willie Geist


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50 Cent threw one of the worst first ceremonial pitches ever last night before the Mets-Pirates game at Citi Field. The rapper launched one way wide of Mets catcher Anthony Recker and could then be seen bursting into laughter. (Seriously, what choice did he have?) The announcers are silent at first, then give the no-brainer assessment, "His first pitch was not great," adding, "Juuust a bit outside." Obviously, the video quickly went viral.

Robert De Niro opens up about his late father Robert De Niro Sr., an openly gay NYC artist, in his new documentary Remembering the Artist: Robert De Niro, Sr. Speaking to Out magazine about the film, which takes a look at his dad's professional and personal life, De Niro explains, "It was my responsibility to make a documentary about him. I was always planning on doing it, but never did." The Oscar-winning actor, 70, also reveals that his dad struggled with his sexuality, "being from that generation, especially from a small town upstate." He admits, "I was not aware, much, of it. I wish we had spoken about it much more... for my kids, I want them to stop and take a moment and realize that you sometimes have to do things now instead of later, because later may be 20 years from now -- and that's too late." The film airs June 9 on HBO.

Rom-com fans, rejoice! It's been announced that a sequel to the box office hit My Big Fat Greek Wedding is in the works. The original stars, Nia Vardalos and John Corbett, are set to return. Vardalos will write and direct while Rita Wilson and Tom Hanks will once again do the producing. "Now that I’m experiencing motherhood, I’m ready to write the next chapter of my family story,' Vardalos says of the sequel. "Of course a few jaded folks in the press corps will claim I ran out of money or just want to kiss John Corbett again. One of these things is true."


World Music Awards on NBC (Honoring excellence in music; scheduled performers include Mariah Carey, Miley Cyrus, Jason Derulo, Fall Out Boy, Flo Rida and Ricky Martin)

So You Think You Can Dance on Fox (Dancers try to wow the judges during auditions; Justin Bieber introduces the top dance crews) Season Premiere

Catfish: The TV Show on MTV (The business arrangement between Lucille and Kidd Cole unravels)

One Night Only: An All-Star Comedy Tribute to Don Rickles on Spike (Superstars gather to honor comedian Don Rickles. With talk show host David Letterman, comedian Jerry Seinfeld, actor Robert De Niro, comedian Jon Stewart and more)


Craig Ferguson: America Ferrera, Honeysuckle Weeks

Chelsea Lately: Sarah Silverman, John Caparulo, Fortune Feimster, Matt Braunger

Watch What Happens Live: Lisa Rinna, Harry Hamlin


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The two biggest egomaniacs in the world have officially wed. Following nearly a week of pre-wedding festivities in Paris, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West said "I do" at Forte di Belvedere, a 16th-century castle in Florence, Italy on Saturday. Andrea Bocelli sang as the reality star walked down the aisle, and she and her rapper fiance then exchanged vows in front of a giant wall of flowers. The couple -- and their 11-month-old daughter North -- wore Givenchy. To top it all off, Kanye gave a 20-minute speech in which he gushed that the Kim is the "ideal celebrity" and that the Kardashians are "the most remarkable people of our time." (Presumably, he was being serious.) Kimye are reportedly now honeymooning at a resort in Ireland.

Miley Cyrus was granted an emergency restraining order on Friday against a fan who is convinced the singer is communicating with him through the radio. Devon Meek, 24, was arrested by L.A. police outside of a home he believed to be Miley's on May 16 and has since been in a psychiatric hospital. Meek told cops to shoot him in the head if he couldn't meet the pop star, then insisted "he will continue to go to Ms. Cyrus' residence until Ms. Cyrus accepts him or he dies." According to TMZ, Miley's restraining order requires that Meek stay at least 100 yards away from her at all times.

Video has emerged of One Directon's Harry Styles looking horrified after catching an audience member's bra at the boy band's Dublin, Ireland concert this weekend. The 20-year-old can be seen munching on a banana and then putting his hand up to grab the flying object. He initially seems confused, then frightened as if the lingerie might give him cooties. (To be fair, it's a pretty ugly bra.) Styles then quickly tosses it back to the crowd and starts giggling.

Sofia Vergara is officially single. The Modern Family star, 41, took to Twitter and WhoSay on Friday to announce that she is parting ways with fiancé Nick Loeb. "In order to not give the press the chance to invent crazy and hurtful drama, I prefer to tell my fans personally that Nick and I have decided to be apart," Vergara wrote. "We have been having too many problems with figuring out how to spend time together and because of my work and now his, it's been getting worse and worse. Not fun anymore. We are still very close but we believe it's the best thing for us right now." Vergara and Loeb dated for four years.
This week, Pop singer Austin Mahone releases his second extended play, The Secret, featuring urban undertones and guest spots from Pitbull and Flo Rida.  British singer and rapper Cher Lloyd drops her second album, Sorry I’m Late. And Mariah Carey debuts her 14th studio album, Me. I Am Mariah... The Elusive Chanteuse, which includes lead single “Beautiful.” Brooklyn-based indie-rocker, Sharon Van Etten, also releases Are We There. Van Etten’s second full-length album, Rolling Stone’s Will Hermes says Are We There “grows her trademark examinations of romantic decay to cathedral-like scale."

Cheap Thrills, Claire, Could This Be Love, Eastern Bandits, Eden and After, Endless Love, Gambit, House in the Alley, Journey to the West and The Man Who Lies are all out on DVD today


Extreme Weight Loss on ABC (A 32-year-old mother of three who turned to food to deal with a bad decision she once made works to get fit; a 480-pound teenager works to shed weight in order to pursue a career in baseball; guests include Rocco Dispirito, T.G.T. and Josh Hamilton.)

Celebrity Wife Swap on ABC (Angie, Larry Birkhead's sister, trades lives with Adriana, Indianapolis 500 champion Helio Castroneves' girlfriend)

America's Got Talent on NBC (Hopefuls audition in New York and Los Angeles)

I Wanna Marry Harry on Fox (A one-on-one date includes a helicopter ride to a private beach; the ladies are challenged to a game of cricket)

Deadliest Catch on Discovery (Fishing is halted with one captain in the hospital and one on a bender; a boat goes dark)

True Tori on Lifetime (Tori decides to allow cameras to follow her to capture her real life story)


Craig Ferguson: Betty White, Richard Quest, Jamestown Revival

Chelsea Lately: Terry Crews, TJ Miller, April Richardson, Kurt Braunohler

Watch What Happens Live: Amar'e Stoudemire, Carole Radziwill

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In a new interview with Rolling Stone, Jack White is opening up about his not-so-existent relationship with ex-wife and former White Stripes band mate Meg White. "She's one of those people who won't high-five me when I get the touchdown," White says about Meg, whom he hasn’t kept in touch with since the Stripes split in 2011. Regardless of their rocky relationship, White praises Meg for her abilities on stage.  “She was the antithesis of a modern drummer. So childlike and incredible and inspiring,” White continues. “Nothing I do will top that."

The story of Whitney Houston is about to get the Lifetime treatment. According to reports by Us Weekly, the Lifetime network announced Thursday that they will be making a movie about the late pop singer, scheduled to premiere in 2015. Being directed by Angela Bassett, who costarred with Houston in the 1995’s Waiting to Exhale, the film will chronicle the tumultuous relationship between Houston and her singer-songwriter husband Bobby Brown. While Bassett will not star in the title role, she may have another role in the film. 

Actor Michael Jace, best known for his role as a police officer in the TV series The Shield, was charged with murder Thursday. Jace, 51, is accused of shooting his wife multiple times in their Los Angeles home Monday. The couple's two young sons were at home at the time of the shooting, authorities say, but were not harmed. Jace faces 50 years to life in prison if convicted. 

Ed Sheeran's newest music video dropped Thursday, and it features a puppet version of the pop star running amok in a stretch Hummer. The video for "Sing" also features the real Sheeran, as well as Pharrell, but the best hijinks are left for the Muppet-like creation, which also hits the bottle pretty hard and isn't above consorting with a few strippers.  It doesn't necessarily fit with the image Sheeran has made for himself, but then again, there's no saying what a man does once he becomes a puppet. 

Viewers are getting a sneak peak at the kind of public humiliation Don Rickles is in for, when a celebrity roast of the legendary comic airs later this month. In a clip released by Spike TV, Tina Fey mistakes Rickles for a leather purse and Martin Scorsese accuses Rickles of ruining his working relationship with Robert DiNero. Rickles, 88, is himself known as the king of the insult, so the roast will be a bit of karma coming back for him. One Night Only: An All-Star Comedy Tribute to Don Rickles will air May 28 at 9 p.m. ET on Spike. The special will also feature appearances by Jon Stewart, Jerry Seinfeld, David Letterman and many others.

In X-Men: Days of Future Past, the beloved characters from the original X-Men film trilogy join forces with their younger selves from the past in order to change a major historical event and fight in an epic battle that could save the future. 

Blended stars Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler as single parents Lauren and Jim, who, after a disastrous blind date, only agree on one thing: they never want to see each other again. But when they each sign up separately for a fabulous family vacation with their kids, they are stuck sharing a suite at an African safari resort for a week.



What Would You Do? on ABC (Hidden cameras capture reactions to racial profiling in an upscale clothing store, an athlete coming out to his teammates, a person eating other people's food at a restaurant, and a homeless man being mistreated)

Dateline NBC (When a young woman is found nearly murdered in her apartment, officials wonder if it is connected to the disappearance of a young woman in nearby Denver weeks earlier)

Real Time With Bill Maher on HBO (Journalist Jose Antonio Vargas; comic Sarah Silverman; journalist David Frum; TV host Michael Smerconish; playwright Anna Deavere Smith)

Betty White's Off Their Rockers on Lifetime (Betty tries to warn Michael about his horoscope and takes a ``shelfie.'' Betty reveals danger areas within the home and gives advice on dancing)

WWE Friday Night SmackDown! on SyFy (Hulk Hogan is welcomed back to the United Kingdom by the WWE fans for the first time in 20 years)

Jimmy Fallon: Seth MacFarlane, Thandie Newton, Rascal Flatts

Craig Ferguson: Jon Favreau, Carrie Keagan

HBO New Movie of the Week: Red 2 ... Starring: Bruce Willis, John Malkovich, Mary-Louise Parker, Anthony Hopkins, Helen Mirren. Former CIA black-ops agent Frank Moses and his team battle assassins, terrorists and power-hungry government officials as they try to retrieve a lethal device that could change the balance of world power.


2014 Indianapolis 500 on ABC

NASCAR Sprint Cup: Coca-Cola 600 on Fox (LIVE .. From Charlotte Motor Speedway)

Mad Men on AMC (Don is troubled by a letter; Peggy may seek a new future on a risky venture; Roger receives a phone call; Pete and Cutler butt heads)


The Bachelorette on ABC (On the first date, Andi and Eric get lessons from snowboarder Louie Vito; 14 of the men perform routines for a charity event at an exotic male revue; This Wild Life performs for Andi and Chris)

American Ninja Warrior on NBC (Competitors face 10 obstacles in the qualifying round in Venice Beach, Calif)

Bizarre Foods America on Travel (Hunting and cooking iguanas with a family; a fishing derby competition; Cuban cooking and cigar making)

WWE Monday Night RAW on USA (Countdown to WWE Payback on PPV. Will WWE Champion Daniel Bryan surrender his title to Stephanie McMahon?)

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Angelina Jolie has given us yet another reason to love her. In a new interview with the New York Daily News, the mother of six says that rich and famous women have no business complaining about the challenges of raising children. "I actually feel that women in my position, when we have all at our disposal to help us, shouldn’t complain," she says. "Consider all the people who really struggle and don’t have the financial means, don’t have the support, and many people are single raising children. That’s hard.” Preach, girl!

Following her ARTPOP Ball tour stop in St. Paul, Minnesota, Lady Gaga paid a surprise visit to Gillette Children’s Hospital on Wednesday. Apparently, the hospital was informed just hours ahead of time that Gaga would be making an appearance. Once there, she spent her time meeting and taking photos with her young fans. Gilette Children's Hospital later tweeted their gratitude, writing, "Many thanks @ladygaga for an amazing visit with our kids today! Memories that will last a lifetime!"

Usher couldn’t be happier that his team member, Josh Kaufman, won the sixth season of The Voice, and now he’s got some fighting words for fellow coach, Blake Shelton. Speaking to Us Weekly after Tuesday’s finale, Usher said, “Man, it feels good to have a new coach win... If Blake won again, I would have walked off the stage." While the “Good Kisser” singer won’t be in the red chair next season, he’s already hinting that he might return in the future. "This obviously gives great reason and logic to come back and defend the title, but also to change the idea of what type of winner wins and what it takes to win," he continued.

Even in death, Michael Jackson is making history. Last week, Jackson’s new song “Love Never Felt So Good,” featuring Justin Timberlake, debuted at #9 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart -- making Jackson the first artist in history to score top 10 hits in five different decades, reports. The King of Pop’s streak dates back to 1971, when he reached the top 10 for the first time with “Got to Be” at the #4 spot. The ‘80s found 17 of Jackson’s songs reaching the top 10, while his last top hit before “Love Never Felt So Good,” was “You Rock My World” in 2001. 


Peal Jam have announced a 12-city U.S. tour that will begin in October and includes a date at the Austin City Limits Music Festival, Rolling Stone reports. Tickets for the tour, which kicks off October 1 in Cincinnati, Ohio, go on sale May 30. Pearl Jam, who will spend the summer playing shows across Europe, released their 10th studio album, Lightening Bolt, last year. 
Pearl Jam U.S. tour dates:
  • 10/1 Cincinnati, OH - U.S. Bank Arena
  • 10/3 St. Louis, MO - Scottrade Center
  • 10/4 – 10/5 Austin, TX - Austin City Limits
  • 10/8 Tulsa, OK - BOK Center
  • 10/9 Lincoln, NE - Pinnacle Bank Arena
  • 10/10 – 10/12 Austin, TX - Austin City Limits
  • 10/14 Memphis, TN - FedEx Forum
  • 10/16 Detroit, MI - Joe Louis Arena
  • 10/17 Moline, IL - iWireless Center
  • 10/19 St. Paul, NM - Xcel Energy Center
  • 10/20 Milwaukee, WI - BMO Harris Bradley Center
  • 10/22 Denver, CO - Pepsi Center


Last Comic Standing on NBC (Comics perform their funniest sets for the judges; Wanda Sykes, Howie Mandel, Amy Schumer, Cheryl Hines, Jeff Ross and Gilbert Gottfried serve as comedy mentors)

Hell's Kitchen on Fox (A team competition tests the contestants' knowledge of pork, with the winners receiving an indoor sky-diving experience; during dinner service, both teams face struggles)

Bad Teacher on CBS (Meredith is jealous when she sees Joel flirt with another teacher during the 6th grade student sleepover)

Impractical Jokers on Tru TV (Serving guests at a sub shop; using memory to get through a series of commands; the loser experiences the painful pangs of parenthood)

Jimmy Fallon: Amanda Seyfried, Will Ferrell, Chad Smith

Jimmy Kimmel: Magic Johnson, T.J. Miller, Little Dragon

Craig Ferguson: Tom Lennon, Bob Oshack, 2Cellos

Seth Meyers: Hugh Jackman, Kevin Nealon, Ali Wong

Carson Daly: Giovanni Ribisi, Tinariwen, Gillian Robespierre

Daily Show: Drew Barrymore

Colbert Report: Ray Mabus

At Midnight: Doug Benson, Jen Kirkman, Greg Fitzsimmons

Chelsea Lately: Drew Barrymore, Adam Sandler, Jeff Wild, Arden Myrin, Julian McCullough

Conan O'Brien: Ellen Page, Bob Saget, Jennifer Nettles

Watch What Happens Live: Lea Michele, Debbie Harry

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It’s being reported that at least one Jenner kid will not be in attendance at Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s lavish European wedding this weekend. According to Us Weekly, Kardashian’s step brother, Brody Jenner, isn’t making the trip because his girlfriend of seven months, Kaitlynn Carter, was not invited. While it sounds like Brody will be a no-show, sources confirm that his father Bruce, brother Brandon and Brandon’s wife Leah, will be flying to the event. Other celebs who are expected to be in attendance include Larsa and Scottie Pippen, Carmelo and La La Anthony, Brittny Gastineau, Serena Williams, Blac Chyna, and Kim's bestie Jonathan Cheban. 

Pop singers Rihanna and Christina Aguilera are the most recent ladies to be added to this year’s Maxim Hot 100 List. Coming in at #11, Rihanna is the highest ranking lady announced so far. Meanwhile, Aguilera comes in at #15. Other chart-topping sizzles who’ve been announced so far include Iggy Azalea at #96, Lana Del Rey at #82 and Rita Ora #73. Country singers Kacey Musgraves, Carrie Underwood and Kellie Pickler are at spots 70, 56 and 46, respectively. Shakira and Beyoncé land in spots 38 and 21.

After years of denying that she ever dated her Glee co-star Matthew Morrison, Lea Michele finally admits in her new book, Brunette Ambition, that the two were briefly involved before being on the show. "When we shot the pilot, I met Cory Monteith, Kevin McHale, Amber Riley, and Chris Colfer for the first time," she writes. "I had worked on Broadway with Jenna Ushkowitz and Matthew Morrison before. Matt had been a friend of mine for years, and in fact we'd actually dated back in the day for a Broadway beat." Previously, Michelle had always insisted that she and Morrison were just friends.

A photo has gone viral of a fan enlisting Will Smith's help in announcing her pregnancy. The Instagram picture shows a very happy-looking fan giving a thumbs-up as she stands beside the actor, who is holding a piece of paper with the words "Emily's pregnant!" scrawled on it. The two apparently ran into each other at a coffee shop, where Emily asked for some A-list leverage in sharing her news. A Reddit user posted the image along with the caption, "My friend's baby announcement is pretty fresh." 

Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian have filed a criminal battery report against a clown who threw confetti on them last month. Richie the Barber, a well-known Hollywood character who often rides around on a unicycle juggling bowling pins, spotted the two on L.A.'s Melrose Avenue and proceeded to make a beeline for them and dump confetti on their heads. The sisters immediately filed a police report, which cops didn't bother to pursue, but now TMZ says Khloe and Kourtney have insisted on following up with the case. Detectives have since met with the clown to determine if he intended to cause any harm by throwing the confetti. 

It may have taken five years, but the New York Daily News is raving that Mariah Carey is back. The singer’s 14th studio album Me. I Am Mariah....The Elusive Chanteuse is her first release since the epic failure that was 2009’s Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel. The paper reports that this effort is full of ballads that showcase what first made Mariah a star. Like Memoirs, the release features appearances by hitmakers including Wale, Miguel, and Nas, but they’re used sparingly, in a way that doesn’t try too hard to be trendy. Me. I Am Mariah....The Elusive Chanteuse hits stores and digital outlets on Tuesday, May 27. 


Modern Family on ABC (Chaos forces Mitch and Cam to move from one contingency plan to another, but an unexpected turn of events allows the day to move forward)

Survivor on CBS (A castaway is crowned Sole Survivor)

Chicago PD on NBC (Atwater settles into his new role; Lindsay turns to Voight for help; Jin is confronted about his meetings with Stillwell)

American Idol on Fox (The top finalists reunite; the winner is revealed; performances from Lady Antebellum, Aloe Blacc, KISS, John Legend, Demi Lovato, Jason Mraz, Jennifer Nettles, Paramore, Phillip Phillips and Darius Rucker)

Catfish: The TV Show on MTV (Antoinette is attracted to a young rapper she has not met)


David Letterman: Sgt. Kyle J. White, Judy Greer, Dierks Bentley

Jimmy Fallon: Hugh Jackman, Jimmy Page, Barry Gibb, the winner of "The Voice"

Jimmy Kimmel: Adam Sandler, Elle Fanning, Lykke Li

Craig Ferguson: Jeff Foxworthy, the Colourist

Seth Meyers: Jennifer Lawrence, Alan Cumming, Little Daylight

Daily Show: Timothy Geithner

Colbert Report: Patrick Stewart

Chelsea Lately: Charlize Theron, Chris Franjola, Heather McDonald, Josh Wolf

Conan O'Brien: Norm Macdonald, Mackenzie Davis, Veruca Salt

Watch What Happens Live: Toni Braxton, Ian Ziering

Arsenio Hall: J.B. Smoove, Terry O'Quinn, DJ Rashida

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Macklemore is being accused of dressing up as an offensive Jewish stereotype in Seattle on Friday night. The rapper took the stage in an outfit that appeared to mimic an anti-Semitic caricature often seen in Nazi propaganda. Fans and celebrities have since taken to Twitter, including actor Seth Rogen, who wrote: “@macklemore, first you trick people into thinking you're a rapper, now you trick them into thinking you're Jewish?” Macklemore replied by saying that his choice of a fake witch's nose, wig and beard was just a random costume, but Rogen didn’t appear to buy it. “Really?” he responded. “Because if I told someone to put together an anti-Semitic Jew costume, they'd have that exact shopping list."

Charlize Theron has finally spoken publicly about her relationship with Sean Penn in a new Vogue interview, in which she claims that falling in love with Penn was "effortless." "It just kind of naturally happened," Theron explains, adding that the two were "good friends" before they became romantically involved. "Before I knew it, I was in something that was making my life better--the people who really love me can see the effect it has had on me." She stressed that she wasn't looking for love when Penn came along. "A friend kind of stepped into that role, and I really didn't see it coming," she explains.

The original soundtrack to the The Fault In Our Stars was released yesterday, and according to the Huffington Post, the new collection could prove to be as impressionable as the albums produced for The Breakfast Club and Say Anything in the ‘80s. Speaking about Ed Sheeran’s contribution, a track called “All of the Stars,” music supervisor Season Kent said, “This song comes in really quiet and it eases you in. It's really bittersweet and emotional, but it still feels uplifting.” The album also includes songs by Jake Bugg, Grouplove, Kodaline, and M83, among others. The Fault In Our Stars hits theaters on June 6. 

About Last Night, 3 Days to Kill, Grand Piano, House of Dust, In Secret, McCanick, Mischief Night, The Monuments Men, Pompeii, The Revengers and Vampire Academy are all out on DVD today


Dancing With the Stars on ABC (Eliminated couples return to perform; musical performances by Amber Riley, Christina Perri, Iggy Azalea with Charli XCX, Cody Simpson and Ariana Grande; a winner is chosen)

Judge Judy Primetime on CBS (The pop culture icon takes on new cases; how Judith Sheindlin transitioned from a family court judge to syndication)

ACM Presents: An All-Star Salute to the Troops on CBS (The concert honoring servicemen and women includes performances by Merle Haggard, George Strait, Carrie Underwood, Florida Georgia Line, Lady Antebellum and The Band Perry; LL Cool J and Chris O'Donnell host.)

The Voice on NBC (Coldplay, OneRepublic, Tim McGraw and Ed Sheeran perform; the winner is announced)

American Idol on Fox (The top two finalists perform)

I Wanna Marry Harry on Fox (The ladies could discover the charade when they meet their ``prince'' at a royal masquerade ball)

Deadliest Catch on Discovery (Crews prepare to go to the Bairdi grounds; a sinking ship sends a call for help; Bill's greenhorn)

REAL Sports With Bryant Gumbel on HBO (Examining the money spent on World Cup and Olympic venues; profiles of ring announcers and brothers Michael and Bruce Buffer; racism in elite professional soccer)

True Tori on Lifetime (Tori decides to allow cameras to follow her to capture her real life story)


David Letterman: Kid scientists, Sarah Silverman, We Are Scientists

Jimmy Fallon: Charlize Theron, Josh Hartnett

Jimmy Kimmel: Johnny Knoxville, Dave Salmoni, Timeflies

Craig Ferguson: Terry Bradshaw, Jessica McNamee

Seth Meyers: James McAvoy, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Kumail Nanjiani

Carson Daly: JB Smoove, Warm Soda, Andrew Santino

Daily Show: Aneesh Chopra

Colbert Report: Matt Weiner

At Midnight: Ron Funches, Brent Morin, Rick Glassman

Chelsea Lately: Joel McHale, Michael Yo, Bobby Lee, Jo Koy

Conan O'Brien: Steven Ho, Mike Recine

Watch What Happens Live: Heather Thomson, Terry Crews

Arsenio Hall: Bishop T.D. Jakes, Shawn Ashmore, DJ Afrojack

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While the Billboard Music Awards packed in as much live music as possible, the most talked-about performance of the night was that of hologram Michael Jackson singing “Slave To The Rhythm” from his posthumous release, Xscape. The performance, which took more than a year to prepare, featured the late singer's hologram seated in a throne, and went on to show the King of Pop dancing, moonwalking and rocking out like fans thought they'd never see again. Other highlights from the show included the debut performance of Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood’s “Somethin' Bad,” Miley Cyrus and Wayne Coyne’s bizarre cover of “Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds,” and Jennifer Lopez’s flashy delivery of “First Love.” Robin Thicke also used his performance of “Get Her Back” to publicly woo his estranged wife, Paula Patton. 

Brad Paisley, Kesha and Ludacris have officially been confirmed to be on a panel of experts on ABC’s Rising Star singing competition, CMT reports. Hosted by Josh Groban, the show premiers on June 22 and will follow a group of aspiring singers as they perform live and fans vote in real time to keep them on the show. Paisley is the third country artist to get involved in talent competitions for major networks, following Keith Urban, who is a judge for Fox's American Idol, and Blake Shelton, who serves as a coach on NBC's The Voice.

Paul McCartney has found an unlikely friend in the form of a robot named Newman, who co-stars with the singer in the video for his new single, “Appreciate.” “I woke up one morning with an image in my head of me standing with a large robot,” McCartney said in a statement about the clip. “Together with the people who had done the puppetry for the worldwide hit War Horse, we developed the robot who became Newman.” As part of the video, McCartney is an exhibit at The Museum of Man, where Newman is on patrol. When the singer comes to life, Newman pulls him into his reality, where other exhibits become animated. 



Dancing With the Stars on ABC

The Bachelorette on ABC (Andi, an assistant district attorney from Atlanta, meets her suitors -- including a former professional baseball player, a social media marketer, a farmer and an opera singer)

Mike & Molly on CBS (When Molly is accepted into an elite writers workshop in Iowa, Mike asks her not to go)

The Voice on NBC (The artists perform; each of the coaches perform)

The Maya Rudolph Show on NBC (Maya Rudolph hosts a variety show featuring celebrity guests Andy Samberg, Kristen Bell, Fred Armisen, Chris Parnell, Craig Robinson and Sean Hayes; Janelle Monae performs and Raphael Saadiq serves as bandleader)

24: Live Another Day on Fox (As the threat of terror escalates and the CIA closes in, Jack heads to the U.S. Embassy; Margot uses unthinkable force to assert her authority)

Fashion Police on E! (2014 Billboard Music Awards ... Musician Pete Wentz; guest host Orly Shani)

Bizarre Foods America on Travel (Atlanta: Monkfish Liver & Goat Heart. Calf brains on toast; grilled goat organs; Korean scrub down)

WWE Monday Night RAW on USA (With Daniel Bryan out with neck surgery, what will The Authority do about the WWE Championship?)


David Letterman: Jack Hanna, Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks

Jimmy Fallon: Liam Neeson, Terry Crews, Conor Oberst

Jimmy Kimmel: George Stephanopoulos, Andi Dorman

Craig Ferguson: Regis Philbin, Jamestown Revival

Seth Meyers: Patrick Stewart, Adam Duritz, Counting Crows

Carson Daly: "Undateable", Band of Skulls, Burning of Rome

Daily Show: James McAvoy

Colbert Report: Elizabeth Warren

Chelsea Lately: Evan Peters, Ron Funches, Sarah Tiana, Brad Wollack

Conan O'Brien: Eric Stonestreet, Rick Reilly, the Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger

Watch What Happens Live: Sara Bareilles, Ricky Martin

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This family is moving forward. Beyonce, Jay Z and Solange Knowles released a statement Thursday, May 15, stating that they have patched things up since their elevator fight at a Met Gala afterparty. "Jay and Solange each assume their share of responsibility for what has occurred. They both acknowledge their role in this private matter that has played out in the public, the statement continued. "They both have apologized to each other and we have moved forward as a united family." Their statement comes days after TMZ posted surveillance video of Solange yelling at, and kicking her brother-in-law in a Standard Hotel elevator during a Met Gala afterparty. (The employee who leaked the footage, was fired.) "The reports of Solange being intoxicated or displaying erratic behavior throughout that evening are simply false," the statement read. "At the end of the day families have problems and we're no different. We love each other and above all we are family. We've put this behind us and hope everyone else will do the same."

In a new interview for sbe's The Collection blog, Jamie Foxx dished that he'd want Leonardo DiCaprio to play him in a movie. (The two starred together in 2012's Django Unchained.) When asked what advice he would give his younger self, the 46-year-old actor gave yet another amusing answer. "I would tell myself to never doubt my talents, stay even more humble, and never trust a big butt and a smile," he quipped.

Apparently, Rihanna doesn't believe that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. In fact, the singer has openly mocked a 16-year-old fan who recently wore a homemade recreation of one of Rihanna's red-carpet looks to her prom. Alexis Carter got a family friend to construct a garment resembling the dark green, batwinged jumpsuit Rihanna wore to the 2010 Echo Awards. While Carter's outfit received props from fellow prom-goers, Twitter users later mocked her with the hashtag "#PromBat." Rihanna also ganged up on Carter, comparing her DIY garment to the Wu-Tang Clan's symbol and posting a sad-face icon next to a photo of Carter.

Directed by Gareth Edwards, Godzilla stars Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Elizabeth Olsen and Bryan Cranston in a powerful, action-packed story of human courage when the awe-inspiring monster rises to restore balance and humanity stands defenseless.

Based on a true story, Disney's Million Dollar Arm follows once-successful sports agent JB Bernstein, played by Jon Hamm, who now finds himself edged out by bigger, slicker competitors. Along with his business partner Aash, Bernstein decides to head to India in hopes of finding the next baseball pitching sensation. But as his pitching prospects learn the finer points of American culture and baseball, they also teach the agent the true meaning of team work and relationships.  


Shark Tank on ABC (Reusable storage box; reinvented cookware; an iPad app that measures foot sizes; a solution to tying water balloons; follow-ups on past entrepreneurs)

Barbara Walters: Her Story on ABC (Celebrating the acclaimed journalist's life and career)

Kitchen Nightmares on Fox (Ramsay goes to Pennsylvania to help the owners of Bella Luna, an Italian restaurant, to salvage their dream)

Real Time With Bill Maher on HBO (Pediatric endocrinologist Dr. Robert Lustig; actor Kevin Nealon; political scientist Ian Bremmer; political strategist Kellyanne Conway; former Gov. Brian Schweitzer (D-Mont.)

WWE Friday Night SmackDown! on SyFy (Fourteen-time World Champion John Cena answers the creep Bray Wyatt for Payback)

David Letterman: Lea Michele, Andy Kindler, Chromeo

Jimmy Fallon: Drew Barrymore, Giovanni Ribisi, Elbow

Jimmy Kimmel: Adam Carolla, Royal Blood

Craig Ferguson: Sophia Bush, Jackie Collins

Tavis Smiley: Mel Brooks

Arsenio Hall: Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Jermaine Dupri


Sex Sent Me to the E.R. on TLC (A clumsy couple loses something while playing in the bedroom; uncontrollable passion and ice cream; a hot time on the Fourth of July)

Saturday Night Live on NBC (Host Andy Samberg; St. Vincent performs)

2014 Billboard Music Awards on ABC (Festivities at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas recognize artists for the fan support they've garnered; Jennifer Lopez receives the Icon Award; performances include those of Lorde, Ricky Martin, Miley Cyrus, Imagine Dragons and John Legend)

The Simpsons on Fox (Bart feel guilty when Nelson helps him win a race, besting Milhouse; when the July 4th fireworks are canceled due to budget constraints, Homer tries to help)

Family Guy on Fox (Angry Stewie goes back in time to break up Peter and Lois but ends up in a British household)

Mad Men on AMC (Peggy collects research for a pitch; Pete receives an invitation to an exclusive club; Joan is eager to spend time with her friend)

Game of Thrones on HBO (Tyrion gains an unlikely ally; Daario asks Dany to allow him to do what he does best; Jon's warnings about the vulnerability of the Wall are ignored; Brienne follows a new lead)



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It appears finding love in a hopeless place wasn't good enough for Rihanna and Drake. Us Weekly is reporting that after a few short months together, the couple has called it quits. "Rihanna and Drake had another fight," a source tells Us. "He is too in love with her, which has always been the problem. They have been fighting, but that could all change any day now. It is how it always is with them." RiRi and Drizzy were first spotted back together in Paris in February, but when the “Diamonds” singer threw a post-Met Gala bash last week, Drake was nowhere to be found. 

Lindsay Lohan claims she suffered a miscarriage while filming her reality show, but apparently she's unwilling to swear to that under oath. Lindsay's been trying to overturn a $5 million judgment she lost over her 6126 clothing line by not filing proper legal documents, a misstep she blamed on her miscarriage. The judge bought her story, but now opposing lawyers want to put her under oath, which Lindsay is balking at. "The court does not need the media circus that would ensue if counsel is allowed to invade Lohan's privacy and delve into her mental state regarding her sobriety and miscarriage," Lohan's lawyer reportedly told the court.

TBS announced on Wednesday that the network renewed Conan O'Brien's late night talk show Conan through 2018. "Over the past four years, we have built a terrific relationship with Conan O'Brien and are thrilled to be extending his series for another three years," TBS president and head of programming Michael Wright said in a statement. Meanwhile, O'Brien himself said, "I want to thank TBS for that incredible vote of confidence. This new contract takes me into my 26th year as a talk-show host. That's crazy!" 

James Franco is not supportive of Spring Breakers 2, and took to Instagram on Wednesday to tell fans that the sequel "is not being done with Harmony Korine or [his] consent." The 36-year-old, who played rapper and gangster Alien in the original film, goes on to say that the producers behind the follow-up are "capitalizing on that innovative film to make money on a weak sequel," and that “it will be a horrible film. Dubbed Spring Breakers: The Second Coming, the sequel will feature none of the original cast.

In addition to having an over-the-top baby shower in New York last weekend, Lil’ Kim took her baby planning to the next level, by telling her fans where she is registered for baby gifts. Posted on her assistant’s Instagram page, the note explains where gifts can be purchased, where they should be sent, and a note to "please make sure they check off your gift from the registry after purchase." And as expected, the pregnant rapper has some expensive taste: The registry includes two $7,899 strollers in different colors, a $500 Tiffany sterling silver baby cup, and a $1,625 hamper and waste basket.

It was announced yesterday that rapper and actor Ludacris will host the 2014 Billboard Music Awards, taking place on Sunday at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Featuring performances by Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, Jennifer Lopez, John Legend, Lorde and Carrie Underwood, the festivities kick off at 8 p.m. ET. Just don’t forget your Chicken-N-Beer!


Grey's Anatomy on ABC (The doctors bid Cristina farewell; a possible act of terrorism rocks the city and causes chaos at the hospital; Meredith makes a life altering decision; a doctor receives unexpected news)

The Big Bang Theory on CBS (Faced with an uncertain future, Sheldon considers a major change; Emily and Raj decide to take things to the next level)

Rosemary's Baby on NBC (As Guy finds success, Rosemary's health declines during the course of her pregnancy; Roman and Margaux take a peculiar interest in the couple)

Hell's Kitchen on Fox (The contestants visit one of Gordon Ramsay's restaurants; the teams prepare meals inspired by Ramsay's cuisine; the contestants face elimination)

American Idol on Fox (A finalist is sent home)

The Vampire Diaries on The CW (Damon focuses on holding himself together after an unexpected tragedy; Markos leaves Sheriff Forbes horrified; Bonnie seizes an opportunity to settle a score)

Anger Management on FX (Charlie tries to keep Lacey from hooking up with an ex-con)


David Letterman: Adam Sandler, Thomas Haden Church

Jimmy Fallon: Jennifer Lawrence, Craig Robinson, a performance by the Broadway cast of "A Gentleman's Guide To Love and Murder"

Jimmy Kimmel: Shailene Woodley, Aasif Mandvi, Iggy Azalea

Craig Ferguson: Jenna Elfman, Bianca Kajlich

Seth Meyers: Maya Rudolph, Lake Bell, Eddie Izzard

Carson Daly: Gareth Edwards, Together Pangea, Jimmy Ouyang

Daily Show: Jim Parsons

Colbert Report: Thomas Friedman

Chelsea Lately: Edie Falco, Dustin Ybarra, Jen Kirkman, Ryan Stout

Watch What Happens Live: Toni Collette, Michael C. Hall

Arsenio Hall: Shannen Doherty, Jasper Redd, Jermaine Dupri

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Justin Bieber is in trouble. Again. The 20-year-old pop star is now being accused of attempted robbery in the L.A. area. TMZ claims the scuffle went down at a miniature golf and batting cage park on Monday, where a woman with her 13-year-old daughter spotted Bieber and took photos of him on her phone. She says that Bieber demanded she hand over the phone so he could delete the images, and then proceeded to snatch it out of her purse when she refused. A spokesperson from the LAPD did confirm that the alleged victim was interviewed. However, as of late Tuesday, Bieber had not been questioned or arrested.

Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston made headlines last month when he helped California teen Stefan Montana invite his crush Maddie Abene to their junior prom at Los Gatos High School. But now it's emerged that Cranston has since gone above and beyond by flying Stefan and Maddie out to New York City. The actor paid for their flight, hotel accommodations and even had a car pick them up from the airport. He also gave them a pair of tickets to his Broadway play All the Way. As if we didn't think that Bryan Cranston was awesome enough already. 

American Idol runner-up Clay Aiken won the Democratic nomination for a U.S. congressional seat in North Carolina on Tuesday, Reuters reports. According to official results, 35-year-old Aiken earned the party’s nod in the second congressional district by 390 votes over opponent 71-year-old Keith Crisco, who died on Monday after falling at his home in Asheboro. The official tally of votes reported by the nine counties in the district showed Aiken with 40.86 percent and Crisco with 39.49 percent -- enough to avoid both a recount and runoff had Crisco lived.

Alec Baldwin got into an altercation with the NYPD yesterday that ended with the actor being handcuffed, detained and issued two summonses for disorderly conduct and a biking-related offense. According to the NYPD, Baldwin was stopped in downtown Manhattan for riding his bike the wrong way down a one-way street. After Baldwin quickly grew belligerent, he was issued the two citations. But when he was then unable to produce ID, he was cuffed, put in the back of a squad car and taken to a local precinct. Witnesses tell TMZ that Baldwin was biking alone and seemed to be just trying to get some exercise. After being released from police custody, Baldwin tweeted that New York is "a mismanaged carnival of stupidity."



Modern Family on ABC (A series of crises on Mitch and Cam's wedding day put Pepper to the test; Phil gets an eye procedure before the celebration; Claire embraces the role of best woman)

Nashville on ABC (As Will Lexington's album climbs the charts, Rayna plans a free concert to draw attention to hers; Zoey, Avery and Gunnar perform at a benefit; Scarlett makes a decision about her future)

Survivor on CBS (The castaways scale new heights as they fight for a spot in the final four; overheard plans for an eviction turns friends to enemies)

Chicago PD on NBC (Platt and Voight discuss their pasts; Jin uses a scapegoat when he is caught tinkering with Voight's computer; Lindsay realizes she needs to come clean)

American Idol on Fox (In the 500th episode, the top three finalists perform, including one song selected by mentor Randy Jackson)

Catfish: The TV Show on MTV (Carmen is concerned about her cousin's three-year virtual romance)

Hot in Cleveland on TVLand (Melanie uses her illness to get sold-out concert tickets; Victoria starts an online romance)


David Letterman: Barbara Walters, Elle Fanning, Randy Houser

Jimmy Fallon: Maya Rudolph, Robert Duvall, Lily Allen

Jimmy Kimmel: Emily Blunt, Daymond John, Birds of Satan

Craig Ferguson: Carrie Ann Inaba, Anthony Horowitz, Brad Trackman

Seth Meyers: Matthew Rhys, the Wild Feathers

Carson Daly: Allison Tolman, the Preatures, I Am the Avalanche

Daily Show: Blondie

Colbert Report: Keri Russell

At Midnight: Burnie Burns, Gus Sorola, Gavin Free

Chelsea Lately: Jason Priestly, Grace Helbig, Sarah Colonna, Fortune Feimster

Watch What Happens Live: Amy Sedaris, Jon Hamm, Toni Braxton, Ian Ziering

Arsenio Hall: Randy Jackson, Jackie Fabulous, Kym Whitley, Lil Jon, Jermaine Dupri

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Jay Z was ferociously assaulted by Beyonce's sister Solange inside an elevator in New York last Monday. Surveillance video obtained by TMZ shows Solange wildly kicking and swinging at Jay while the two were in an elevator along with Bey at a Met Ball after-party. The video shows Jay, Bey and Solange stepping into an elevator at the Standard Hotel, at which point Solange starts screaming at her brother-in-law and physically unleashing on him. It's unclear what triggered the fight, but other footage shows that when the three left the party, Bey and Solange got into one car while Jay drove off in a different one.
Beyonce Instagrammed: "Lord, I lift up every one of my relationships to You and ask You to bless them. I pray that each one would be glorifying to you. Help me to choose my friends wisely so I won't be led astray. Give me discernment and strength to separate myself from anyone who is not a good influence. I release all my relationships to You and pray that Your will be done in each of them."

During his interview on Oprah's Master Class, Justin Timberlake opened up about his decision to leave 'N Sync during the boy band's heyday, calling it "one of the best/ worst things that I have ever done." The singer-actor admits, "It was bittersweet. It was hard to say goodbye to that era, but I felt it changing. I felt music changing. And I felt myself changing." He also recalls that people hated his first single "SexyBack," which went on to become a huge hit. "People thought it was a joke," he said. "I believed in it and I believed in what it made other people do. You learn to trust your gut. I only have my instinct, which is a powerful thing."

Coldplay’s new album Ghost Stories is now available for streaming on iTunes, one week before it’s release date, Rolling Stone reports. The band’s sixth studio album contains nine new songs, including single “Magic,” as well as chilling tracks “Oceans” and “Midnight.” Also in anticipation of the album's release, NBC will air an hour-long primetime special blending live footage with "360-degree imagery" on Sunday, May 18. The deluxe edition of the album, available at Target next week, will feature three bonus tracks: "All Your Friends," "Ghost Story" and "O (Part 2/Reprise).”

That Awkward Moment, Her, I, Special ID, Frankenstein and Daddy's Little Girl are all out on DVD today

Celebrity Wife Swap on ABC (Model Angie Everhart switches places with TV personality Gina Neely)

The Goldbergs on ABC (When Murray's high school free throw record is broken, he attends a banquet as the guest of honor; Barry decides to throw a party)

NCIS on CBS (The team investigates a fire on a U.S. Navy ship that was a secret detention site for indicted terrorists; Gibbs goes to his childhood home after his father's passing)

NCIS: Los Angeles on CBS (The team discovers the cartel's plan to transport cocaine to the U.S. from Colombia using a submarine; Hetty must go to Washington)

The Voice on NBC (The artists moving on to the final rounds are revealed; Rascal Flatts performs; Tessanne Chin, Jacquie Lee and Will Champlin perform)

Chicago Fire on NBC (A fire at a boarding school shakes up Lt. Severide; Lt. Casey tries to help Dawson; Mills looks into his father's past)

Glee on Fox (A famous TV writer's (Kristen Schaal) eccentric personality throws Rachel for a loop; Mercedes and Sam deal with pressure as their careers take off; Blaine has his showcase with June (Shirley MacLaine).

Riot on Fox (Actors Steve Carell and Andy Buckley take part in unpredictable challenges)

Freakshow on AMC (Todd brings in people from around the world for a tattoo event; Creature considers a place to live)

Deadliest Catch on Discovery (The King fleet heads toward the finish line; the Wizard's strategy wavers on the wrong side of the law)

Fargo on FX (Lester has a close call; Molly makes an unorthodox decision; Gus weighs some neighborly advice; Malvo gets what he wants)

True Tori on Lifetime (Tori decides to allow cameras to follow her to capture her real life story)

19 Kids and Counting on TLC (Jill and Jim Bob make the most of their trip. Jill volunteers at a birth center and Derick takes Jim Bob for a Nepali shave. Derick has a surprise for Jill)

David Letterman: Jim Parsons, Julie Chen, Hozier

Jimmy Fallon: Dolly Parton, Taylor Kitsch

Craig Ferguson: Billy Gardell, Lennon Parham, James Galea

Seth Meyers: Will Forte, Michael Symon

Carson Daly: John Slattery, Night Terrors of 1927, Cristela Alonzo

Daily Show: Ron Suskind

Colbert Report: The Black Keys

At Midnight: Mike Phirman, "Weird Al" Yankovic, Mamrie Hart

Chelsea Lately: Sandra Oh, Ben Gleib, Loni Love, Moshe Kasher

Conan O'Brien: Lisa Kudrow, George R.R. Martin, Wild Cub

Watch What Happens Live: Ramona Singer, Casey Wilson

Arsenio Hall: Carl Reiner, Oveous Maximus, Jermaine Dupri

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The New York Daily News is reporting that Britney Spears has been offered $12 million to extend her two-year residency at Planet Hollywood’s Axis theater. In fact, they want to see her continue the Las Vegas show until at least Christmas 2016. "Britney Spears has been a great success for the company and will be extended, if she wants to do it, and I cannot see why not,” Caesars Palace President Gary Selesner said. "She has been filling out the place every night." He added, "She has a good life, coming in on private jet. She has a villa upstairs at Caesars and really enjoys it here -- so why wouldn't she stay?" 

It looks like Comedy Central has found a successor to Stephen Colbert. The New York Times reports that Larry Wilmore, billed as "Senior Black Correspondent" on The Daily Show, will take over for Colbert when The Colbert Report host heads to CBS for The Late Show. Wilmore's show, which will debut in January following Colbert's departure from Comedy Central in December, will be entitled The Minority Report.

Mad Men’s Don Draper, played by Jon Hamm, is the latest character to be immortalized in wax at Madame Tussauds museum in New York City. Hamm and his longtime partner Jennifer Westfeldt decided to celebrate the honor by taking a series of hilarious selfies with the wax figure. Because, what’s better than one Don Draper? Two, of course.

It’s almost time to say goodbye to Parks & Recreation. NBC announced on Saturday that the popular show will come to an end after it’s upcoming seventh season. Speaking about the fate of the show in April, show runner Mike Shur told The Hollywood Reporter, "The idea that we're nearing the end is part of what gave us the courage to do something like jumping ahead in time. We know we don't have to sustain it for five years. It's a move you do when you know that the show is nearing the end of its run." The show, which currently stands as NBC's longest-running comedy, will be returning for its final run next year in the middle of the season rather than the fall. 
The Black Keys release Turn Blue. Co-produced by Danger Mouse, the duo’s eighth studio album finds them returning to their more guitar-focused roots. Canadian electro-funk duo Chromeo release their fourth studio album, White Women, featuring hit singles “Over Your Shoulder” and “Jealous (I Ain’t With It).” Xscape, the second posthumous compilation album from Michael Jackson, hits stores and digital outlets. Meanwhile, Dolly Parton will release her 42nd studio album, Blue Smoke. And Rascal Flatts debut Rewind, the group’s ninth studio album. 

Dancing With the Stars on ABC (American icons night; guest judge Ken Ortega)

Mike & Molly on CBS (After Peggy's bathtub falls through the ceiling, Mike wants Peggy to go to a doctor)

The Voice on NBC (The remaining artists perform)

24: Live Another Day on Fox (Kate continues her search for Jack; after a devastating attack, President Heller gets ready to address Parliament; Margot proves she will do anything in order to get revenge)

Sex Sent Me to the E.R. on TLC (With added facts and bonus scenes; a young couple's trip to the grocery store to spice things up; newlyweds with bad luck; a tryst in the shower sends one pair to the emergency room)

Bizarre Foods on Travel (Skinning a muskrat; beaver chili; stir-fried rat.)

WWE Monday Night RAW on USA (What can Triple H and Evolution possibly do to The Shield next?)

David Letterman: Harry Connick Jr., Jesse Eisenberg

Jimmy Fallon: Louis CK

Jimmy Kimmel: TBA

Craig Ferguson: Angela Kinsey, Samantha Shannon, Dan Boulger

Seth Meyers: Chris O'Dowd, Emma Roberts, M.I.A.

Daily Show: Dr. Martin Blaser

Colbert Report: Glenn Greenwald

Chelsea Lately: Magic Johnson

Conan O'Brien: Will Arnett, Ryan Hamilton

Watch What Happens Live: The ladies of "The Talk"

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Imitation may be the highest form of flattery, but Lady Gaga doesn’t seem too be too happy about Katy Perry’s recent creative mimicry. After participating in a Twitter Q&A with fans on Thursday, Gaga tweeted, "It looks like green hair and mechanical horses are the thing now.” Out of context, that might seem a little random, but the comments came after Perry launched her Prismatic Tour this week, during which the singer wears both a green wig and rides a mechanical horse. Coincidentally, Gaga rocked green hair first--most recently during a shoot with photographer Terry Richardson--and also arrived to the American Music Awards last year on a huge mechanical horse.

Snooki’s next little meatball is a girl! The second-time mom-to-be took to her blog on Thursday, where she and her son, Lorenzo, revealed the sex of the little Italian sub in her belly. "Jionni knows what we're having, and he put balloons in a bin for us,” Snooki says in the clip. "So we're going to find out what we're having right now, and we're so excited." The reality star cheered upon seeing the pink balloons, before quipping, “Oh God. Kill Me.” Karma truly is a hilarious thing. 

Miley Cyrus was spotted leaving a London club early this morning wearing only her bra as a top, JustJared reports. While the 21-year-old singer arrived at Madame Jojo’s Night Club hours earlier fully-clothed, it appears things got a bit toasty inside. Cyrus, who is currently in town for the European portion of her Bangerz tour following her recent hospitalization, spoke about getting back to work at a press conference earlier this week. “You have no idea how ready I am. There is nothing I would rather not do than lay in a bed for two weeks,” Cyrus said. 


Seth Rogen, Zac Efron and Rose Byrne lead the cast of Neighbors, a comedy about a young couple suffering from arrested development who are forced to live next to a fraternity house after the birth of their newborn baby. 

A continuation of one of the world's most popular fairy tales, Legends of Oz: Dorothy Returns is a 3D-animated musical that finds Dorothy, voiced by Lea Michele, returning to the magical land of Oz. Featuring tunes by Academy Award-nominated singer/songwriter Bryan Adams, the film follows Dorothy, the Scarecrow, the Lion and the Tin Man as they face a devious new villain, the Jester

Mom’s Night Out stars Sarah Drew as Allyson, a mom who is looking to have a peaceful, grown-up night out with friends. But when the ladies ask their husbands to watch the kids for thee hours, a lot of things go wrong. 



Shark Tank on ABC (Lighter, healthier wine alternative; deep-sea treasure hunting business; collapsible kayak; decadent cinnamon rolls with a twist; an update on a lobster roll food truck business)

Dateline NBC (Authorities investigate multiple suspects when a vibrant young woman disappears on her son's fifth birthday)

Hannibal on NBC (Jack and his team discover the truth of Freddie Lounds' disappearance; Will tells Alana to arm herself; Mason suspects his sister intends to usurp him; Hannibal shows Will how much Abigail reminded him of his sister)

Fashion Police on E! (Actress Rumer Willis)

Real Time With Bill Maher on HBO (Social justice advocate Sister Simone Campbell; author Dinesh D'Souza; author Arianna Huffington; comic Baratunde Thurston; journalist Matt Welch)

David Letterman: Nathan Fillion, Tom Dreesen, Hunter Hayes

Jimmy Fallon: James McAvoy, Amy Schumer, tUnE-yArDs

Craig Ferguson: Eugenio Derbez, Elizabeth Henstridge, A Great Big World

Arsenio Hall: IamSu! featuring Sage the Gemini


NASCAR Sprint Cup on Fox (LIVE From Kansas Speedway in Kansas City)

HBO New Movie of the Week: Prisoners .. Starring: Hugh Jackman, Jake Gyllenhaal, Viola Davis, Maria Bello, Terrence Howard. When police have to release their only suspect, a desperate man takes the law into his own hands after his young daughter and her friend disappear.

Saturday Night Live on NBC (Host Charlize Theron; The Black Keys perform)


Rosemary's Baby on NBC (After a personal tragedy, Rosemary and Guy head to Paris, where Guy has landed a teaching job at the Sorbonne; the young couple realize their new apartment has a haunted past.)

The Simpsons on Fox (Marge swears off making friends after Homer offends their new neighbors but reconsiders when Lisa decides she doesn't need friends either)

Family Guy on Fox (Cleveland comes back to town but is forbidden to spend time with Peter when Donna and Lois get into an argument)

Mad Men on AMC (Don receives a visitor from his past; Stan embarrasses a superior; Ginsberg gets help from Peggy with a problem; Harry finds a new ally)

South Park: Momma's Boys on Comedy Central (The boys of South Park celebrate Mother's Day with a block of episodes featuring the ladies that have to deal with them on a daily basis)

Game of Thrones on HBO (Stannis and Davos set sail; Dany meets with supplicants; Tyrion faces down his father)

Oprah's Master Class on OWN (Justin Timberlake discusses musical influences and life lessons)

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Kim Kardashian took to Twitter yesterday, where she cleared up some rumors regarding her upcoming marriage to Kanye West. “We are not filming our wedding for Keeping Up With the Kardashians. You will see everything leading up til and after!” Kardashian wrote on Wednesday. The reality star also inssited that she and West are not yet married, that no guest list has been released, and that any photos you’ve seen of her wedding dress online are fake. “No one has seen my dress! Those photos are old or photoshopped,” Kardashian explained. 

Hedwig himself, Neil Patrick Harris, is naked on the cover of Rolling Stone's latest issue.  NPH says his decision to reveal his homosexuality did nothing but help his career, and that straight dudes want to high-five him all the time when they run into him on the street, expressing their appreciation for his How I Met Your Mother character's "bro code." "So many frat guys," says Harris' fiancé, David Burtka. "It doesn't seem right, in a way. But it's very exciting at the same time."

Willow Smith caused some controversy yesterday when a photo of the 13-year-old posing in a bed with a 20-year-old actor hit the web. But her dad, Will Smith, reportedly has no problem with the image. Talking to TMZ on Wednesday, the older Smith explained that the boy in the picture, Moises Arias, is a family friend, and that Willow is mature enough to make decisions about who she spends time with. The actor added that the photo is just an innocent "expression of art."

MTV is putting together a reboot of its popular reality show Teen Mom, but it won't be including Farrah Abraham in the onscreen reunion. A source tells Us Weekly that the network is negotiating to bring back Maci Bookout, Amber Portwood and Catelynn Lowell--but not Abraham, at the request of the other cast members. "They feel she set a bad example and doesn't represent the network well," the source says. "MTV agreed [to] willingly cut Farrah." When rumors of an Abraham-free reunion first started surfacing last month, Abraham told Us Weekly, "Truthfully, I was never friends with any of them."

Grey's Anatomy on ABC (Meredith learns Amelia's true feelings about Seattle; Bailey deals with the consequences of her actions; Callie receives terrible news; news of a firing causes panic among the residents)

The Big Bang Theory on CBS (A bad day compels Penny to re-evaluate her choices -- including Leonard; Bernadette and Howard must care for Mrs. Wolowitz; Sheldon gives Raj advice on relationships)

Two and a Half Men on CBS (Alan must face the consequences after revealing his identity to Larry)

Bad Teacher on CBS (With evaluations pending, Principal Carl asks Meredith to help Ginny with student engagement; Lily thinks Meredith is taking advantage of her friendship with Irene)

American Comedy Awards on NBC (Honoring achievements in film and television; paying tribute to enduring personalities in comedy; Bill Cosby receives the Johnny Carson Award for Comedic Excellence)

Hell's Kitchen on Fox (The contestants are given 30 minutes to create an entree from surprise ingredients; Ramsay conducts one-on-one evaluations)

American Idol on Fox (A contestant is sent home)

The Vampire Diaries on The CW (Stefan and Elena are stranded in a remote location, where Stefan gets philosophical about Damon and Elena's relationship; Luke and Liv form a dangerous new strategy; Bonnie finally admits the truth)

Anger Management on FX (A female cop makes Charlie's life a living hell after he breaks up with her)

iMPACT Wrestling on Spike (Featuring the showdown between Kurt Angle and Ethan Carter III. The Wolves against The BroMans in a Tag Team Championship rematch)

David Letterman: James Franco, Idina Menzel, a performance by the Broadway cast of "If/Then"

Jimmy Fallon: Michael Fassbender, Zoe Saldana

Jimmy Kimmel: Kobe Bryant, Lake Bell, Pharrell Williams

Craig Ferguson: Lisa Kudrow

Seth Meyers: Jon Hamm, Larry King, Misty Copeland

Carson Daly: Jose Antonio Vargas, Kodaline, Cameron Esposito

Tavis Smiley: Sen. Robert Menendez, Hugh Dancy

Daily Show: Katie Couric

Colbert Report: Ellen Page

At Midnight: Matt Besser, Rich Fulcher, Lauren Lapkus

Chelsea Lately: Dave Franco, Nick Thune, Heather McDonald, Ian Karmel

Conan O'Brien: Marc Maron, Rodrigo y Gabriela

Watch What Happens Live: Jason Priestley, Ricki Lake

Arsenio Hall: Talib Kweli, DJ Eque

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Back when Paul Rudd and Jon Hamm were teenagers, they competed in a game of Trivial Pursuit to win one girl's heart, according to a new Vanity Fair profile of Hamm. Rudd and Hamm both had crushes on a girl named Sarah Clarke (who would go on to star in 24), and attempted to win her over using their smarts. "Sarah and I were on one team and Jon and Preston (Clarke's brother) were on the other team," recalls Rudd. "Jon would want to go right to Yellow, which was History, and I was like, 'Oh, great, this guy is smart too.' They would ask a question like 'What is the largest lake in Africa?,' and Jon immediately went, 'Lake Victoria.' I felt so emasculated in the game that, as a result, I started reading atlases." Hamm ended up taking her to prom.

In what sounds like a musical match made in Girl Power Heaven, country star Miranda Lambert confessed that she would love to work with Beyoncé. “I’m a huge Beyoncé fan, but I would never dare tread that water because I’d be too nervous” Lambert told People when asked who she would like to duet with.  Lambert also said she would love to collaborate with friend Kelly Clarkson. While we’d gladly take a song from either pair, we can’t help but hope Lambert gets over her nerves and chats with Bey. 

In a new interview with Ryan Seacrest, Justin Timberlake revealed that ’N Sync’s mega-hit “Gone” was actually intended for the King of Pop. Calling into On Air with Ryan Seacrest on Tuesday, Timberlake chatted about his new song with Michael Jackson, "Love Never Felt So Good," and explained, “Interestingly enough, there were songs on the last ’N Sync album--one song in particular, 'Gone'--originally I wrote that song for Michael.” Timberlake went on to say that he’s always been a big fan of Jackson, and that it was just by chance that ’N Sync ended up recording the track itself.

It's Time For 'Ewww' On Jimmy Fallon ... Jimmy, Seth Rogen and Zac Efron play Sarah, Allison and Britney and gossip in Sara's basement.

Modern Family on ABC (Jay, Gloria and Manny challenge one another to try something new; Mitch and Cam sell a couple of their prized possessions to fund the wedding; the kids play a joke on Phil and Claire)

Nashville on ABC (After learning that Luke has been injured in Afghanistan and must cut his tour short, Rayna arranges a charity concert at Fort Campbell; Maddie and Deacon's new course for the future brings them closer together; Juliette struggles with guilt)

Survivor on CBS (During a challenge, castaways try to earn a spot in the final five; paranoia threatens a player's stake in the game; a confidant is lured by another alliance)

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation on CBS (FINALE .. The CSIs investigate a crime that has ties to a 25-year-old mob heist; Brass is faced with a decision when his daughter tries to commit suicide)

Chicago PD on NBC (Cmdr. Perry notifies the unit that Pulpo has been released to help with a case; Ruzek gets difficult news; when a bit of Lindsay's past resurfaces, Voight reminds her how far she's come)

American Idol on Fox (The four remaining finalists perform)

Catfish: The TV Show on MTV (After meeting Zoe on Facebook, she begins demanding passwords and hacking accounts)

Deal With It on TBS (Howie Mandel and Kevin Nealon ... Cutesy Pie: a contestant is instructed to lock lips with a friend; End Times: a contestant must convince her friend that a meteor is coming toward earth)

Unusually Thicke on TV Guide (Alan faces a major dilemma when the annual charity hockey tournament falls on the same weekend as Tanya's 20th high school reunion. America's favorite dad is forced to reassess his priorities)

Hot in Cleveland on TV Land (The women are assessed to see if they can adopt a puppy; Elka's relationships with Mamie and Roy take a turn)

David Letterman: Mariah Carey, Rick Harrison

Jimmy Fallon: Zac Efron, Guy Fieri, Sarah McLachlan

Jimmy Kimmel: Pharrell Williams

Craig Ferguson: Patton Oswalt, Megan Boone

Seth Meyers: Sarah Jessica Parker, Anna Wintour, Rich Eisen, the 1975

Carson Daly: Marc Maron, Kaiser Chiefs, Chuck E. Weiss

Daily Show: Seth Rogen

Colbert Report: David Remnick

At Midnight: Marc Maron, Nate Bargatze, Natasha Leggero

Chelsea Lately: Arianna Huffington, Kevin Christy, Whitney Cummings, Josh Wolf

Conan O'Brien: Sharon Osbourne, Paul F. Tompkins, Emily Heller

Watch What Happens Live: Maury Povich, Connie Chung

Arsenio Hall: Bill Cosby, Jerrika Hinton

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Scotty McCreery was at a friend's apartment when three burglars burst in and robbed the country singer and his four companions at gunpoint in the wee hours yesterday morning. The stickup occurred around 2 a.m. in Raleigh, where McCreery is a student at North Carolina State University. McCreery and his comrades were forced to lay facedown on the floor while one of the assailants held a gun to their heads, according to WRAL-TV. Thankfully, nobody was hurt in the incident, although the suspects, who remain at large, did make off with the victims' cellphones and wallets. On his Facebook page, McCreery thanked the Raleigh police for "their quick response and hard work" in investigating the case. "t was definitely a very scary night," he added.

Adele dropped some major hints that a new album is on the way on the eve of her 26th birthday. On Monday, the singer tweeted, “Bye bye 25... See you again later in the year x,” along with a picture of her flashing a very tentative thumbs up. While no details have been released about an upcoming album, the message seems to suggest that the singer will release an album titled 25 later this year. In other words, she may not have “Set Fire to the Rain,” but she’s definitely fueling the flame.

Megan Fox stopped by Ellen on Monday, where the actress revealed that both her pregnancies came as a bit of a surprise. Explaining that she became pregnant with her second son, Bodhi, just two weeks into filming the upcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film, Fox told DeGeneres: “[It's] an action movie and requires a lot of running and jumping and stunts … anyone that’s been pregnant knows your first trimester can be pretty rough and you’re nauseous all day long.” The actress went on to say that any free time she had on set was spent snacking and keeping her morning sickness at bay. "I spent the whole shoot basically on the verge of vomiting," she said.

Seth Rogen ripped Justin Bieber yesterday on Howard Stern. He said: "I met him a few times. He's a good example of someone, who you meet, who you think you are going to hate and then you get to hate him ... you meet him and he lives up to every one of your expectations. I saw him again at like an MTV awards show, he literally had a snake wrapped around his f****** wrist that he was wearing," Rogen explained. "I talked to him for like five minutes. ... No humility, no awareness, no sense that 'I appeal to young, young people, maybe a grown man who works in comedy doesn't f****** give a s*** about me. Maybe I should act in such a way that perhaps this isn't the great experience of his f****** life.'"

The Art of the Steal, Generation War, Veronica Mars, Still Mine and Simon and the Oaks are all out on DVD today

Celebrity Wife Swap on ABC (Former professional boxer Laila Ali trades lives with singer/songwriter Angie Stone)

NCIS on CBS (DiNozzo is sent to Paris to bring an Admiral's daughter home, but he needs help from the team after encountering a controversial crime scene)

NCIS: Los Angeles on CBS (The team investigates when a news reporter names the people responsible for a deadly explosion at a charity event sponsored by the military)

The Voice on NBC (The artists face elimination)

Chicago Fire on NBC (A call to the field may throw a wrench in Dawson's plan to retake the firefighter exam; the firehouse welcomes a new addition; Boden makes a bold move)

Glee on Fox (In hope of salvaging her reputation, Rachel hires Santana as her publicist and starts)

New Girl on Fox (Nick and Jess ask the gang to accompany them on a cruise they booked while they were still dating; Schmidt tries to win Cece back; Winston endeavors to fix Jess and Nick's relationship)

The Mindy Project on Fox (When Mindy reads a description of an encounter a man had with her in New York, she thinks she has found her dream guy - which leads to a surprising reveal)

Freakshow on AMC (Todd needs to find new performers for the show; a man with stretchy skin makes an appearance. The Amazing Boobzilla performs at the show; Ali goes through surgery.)

Deadliest Catch on Discovery (The fleet is hit by severe weather; captains try to stay on course in spite of malfunctions and bad fishing)

Fargo on FX (Malvo embraces his alter ego when Gus tries to right a wrong; Lester finds himself in a surprising situation; Molly uncovers a promising lead)

True Tori on Lifetime (Tori decides to allow cameras to follow her to capture her real life story)

David Letterman: Jon Cryer, Elizabeth Olsen, Foster the People

Jimmy Fallon: Seth Rogen, Matt Bomer, Coldplay

Jimmy Kimmel: Jon Hamm, Emma Roberts

Craig Ferguson: Colin Hanks, Richard Ayoade

Seth Meyers: Ellen Page, Lewis Black, Black Label Society

Daily Show: Peter Schuck

Colbert Report: Bette Midler

At Midnight: Scott Aukerman, Jerry Minor, James Adomian

Chelsea Lately: Jane Lynch, Chris Franjola, April Richardson, Gary Valentine

Conan O'Brien: Christopher Meloni, Dave Franco, Hamilton Leithauser

Watch What Happens Live: Sonja Morgan, David Alan Grier

Arsenio Hall: Michael Emerson, Ziggy Marley

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Is the Caped Crusader a cheat? The Daily News is reporting that the next Batman, Ben Affleck, has been banned from playing blackjack at the Hard Rock Las Vegas casino after he was caught counting cards. According to a source close to the actor, Affleck and his wife, Jennifer Garner, were in Sin City for a romantic getaway when a security guard approached him and said, “You are too good.” Casino management then ordered a car to take the couple back to their hotel. While counting cards isn’t illegal, it’s highly frowned upon by casinos. A familiar haunt for the Hollywood hunk, Affleck won a whopping $800,000 playing blackjack at the Hard Rock in 2001

One of Britney Spears' dancers is suing the pop star, claiming Britney broke her nose during a rehearsal, TMZ reports. According to the outlet, Dawn Noel will file a lawsuit today, claiming a “disheveled and confused” Spears backhanded her in the face during the music video shoot for "Work B**ch." Despite Noel's visibly excruciating pain, she claims all Spears said was, "I'm sorry," and then continued the rehearsal. The dancer also claims Spears’ people originally agreed to pay the medical bills, but rescinded the offer. 

It looks like Adam Levine wants to find out if blondes really do have more fun. The Voice coach bleached his brunette locks platinum blonde over the weekend, and shared the new look with fans over Twitter. "With summer months coming up, we wanted to do something totally drastic and different from his previous styles, so we bleached it,” Levine’s stylist, Shaul Arbiv, told E! News. The Maroon 5 frontman's goldilocked tweet featured fiancée Behati Prinsloo, along with the caption, “Apocalypse prep course complete.”

The 2014 version of Godzilla, which stars Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston, is garnering a ton of great buzz in advance of its May 16 release. But in Japan, where the gargantuan cinematic creature originated, purists have a giant quibble: They think the new Godzilla is too fat. Japanese fans have been joking online that the American version of the monster had “done a ‘super-size me,’” calling it “a calorie monster” and “Godzilla Deluxe,” according to TIME. And perhaps the most cutting insult of all reads, “He’s so fat, I laughed.”


Dancing With the Stars on ABC (Guest judge Abby Lee Miller; the celebrities perform and take part in a dance duel; Mark Ballas performs)

2 Broke Girls on CBS (When Caroline learns that Max didn't graduate high school after missing only one exam, she determines to help Max earn her diploma and reconnect with her mother)

Mike & Molly on CBS (Molly wonders if she should tell Mike when she sees Carl coming out of Victoria's room late at night)

The Voice on NBC (The artists perform for the coaches; performances from Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams)

24: Live Another Day on Fox (Despite being an exile tracked by the CIA, Jack risks his life to avert another disaster; Chloe works with a high-profile hacker)

Louie (CK) on FX (Louie's typical day. Louie performs at a benefit show.)

Bizarre Foods America on Travel (Frog smoothies; giant Amazonian snails; fried guinea pig; octopus)


David Letterman: Shailene Woodley, Peyton Manning

Jimmy Fallon: Bryan Cranston, Brie Larson, Kevin Delaney

Jimmy Kimmel: Sally Field, Julia Roberts, Future Islands

Craig Ferguson: Elisabeth Moss, Tom Felton

Seth Meyers: Jenna Elfman, Young the Giant

Daily Show: Mariano Rivera

Colbert Report: Edward O. Wilson

Chelsea Lately: 2 Chainz, Julian McCullough, Liz Carey, Ross Mathews

Conan O'Brien: Julie Bowen, Billy Eichner, Ziggy Marley

Watch What Happens Live: Tamra Judge, Dr. Drew Pinsky

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Apparently, not everybody hates Gwyneth Paltrow. The 41-year-old actress announced her "Super-Classy Yard Sale" on her lifestyle website Goop on Thursday. The high-end sale features Paltrow's castoff clothes, as well as unwanted threads from her famous friends like Beyonce, Kate Hudson, Miranda Kerr, and Nicole Richie. Yesterday, crashed -- presumably from an influx of traffic, the website was unable to load and showed an error message instead. The good news for all the haters out there? Paltrow is donating all the proceeds to charity. 

"Justin Bieber and Rob Ford walk into a club" sounds like the start of a joke, but it actually happened several weeks ago, and Ford didn't find the encounter very funny. Following the news of Ford's latest relapse, the Toronto Star reports that on March 15, Bieber and Ford ran into each other at the Toronto club Muzik. Bieber jokingly asked Ford, "Did you bring any crack to smoke?" Ford was so upset by the question that he started drinking heavily, then visited the bathroom for 45 minutes. When Ford finally exited, he reportedly told his friends, "My wife and children hate me. I am in over my head."

Days after a new note found at the scene of the Kurt Cobain’s death was released, Courtney Love’s estranged father is telling Radar Online that he believes his daughter was involved in Cobain’s demise. “No doubt she was capable,” Love’s dad, Hank Harrison says. “I can’t prove she pulled the trigger, but I can prove her involvement to a high degree of certainty.” Harrison, who believes clues lie in the handwritten note found in Cobain’s wallet, plans to elaborate on his theory in a new book titled Love Kills: The Assassination of Kurt Cobain. Sounds like crazy doesn’t fall too far from the family tree. 

A petition started in an effort to get Ozzy Osbourne knighted is closing in on 6,000 signatures, UPI reports. “I have fought long and hard for this along with my followers on The Knighthood Of Ozz Facebook page, and though, at times, I feel like we are not getting anywhere, I am not one for giving up,” fan Heather Maidiotis told the Birmingham Mail about starting the petition. The campaign has 10 weeks left to reach its goal of attracting the attention of Honours and Appointments Secretariat David Spooner. Sadly, “Knight of Heavy Metal” doesn’t have quite the same ring. 

***The Amazing Spider-Man 2 finds Peter Parker, played by Andrew Garfield, protecting his fellow New Yorkers as masked alterego, Spider-Man. But with the emergence of Electro (Jamie Foxx), as well as his old friend Harry Osborn (Dane DeHaan), Peter is forced to confront a foes far more powerful than he. 
***Walk Of Shame stars Elizabeth Banks as a resourceful reporter whose one-night stand with a handsome stranger, played by James Marsden, leaves her stranded the next morning in downtown Los Angeles without a phone, car, ID, or money. Making matters worse, the most important job interview of her career is only 8 hours away.


Shark Tank: Swimming With Sharks on ABC (Updates on the show's most memorable and controversial entrepreneurs; what happens after deals are made)

Shark Tank on ABC (A commerce flower business; anti-aging lifting strips; a breakaway hanger; tablewear made from renewable plant materials; a follow up of Groovebook)

Kitchen Nightmares on Fox (Chef Ramsay heads to Redondo Beach, Calif., to try and save Zayna Flaming Grill, a Mediterranean restaurant plagued by substandard food and owners playing the blame game)

Fashion Police on E! (Lifestyles expert Martha Stewart; actress Candice Accola; actress Eva Marcille)

Real Time With Bill Maher on HBO (Former professional basketball player Kareem Abdul-Jabbar; musician Ziggy Marley; author Walter Kirn; Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom (D-Calif.); finance expert Monica Mehta)

WWE Friday Night SmackDown! on SyFy (The Authority forces The Shield's Dean Ambrose to defend his U.S. title in a dangerous Fatal 4-Way)

David Letterman: Don Rickles, Carmen Lynch, the Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger

Jimmy Fallon: Kevin Spacey, Lewis Black

Craig Ferguson: Christiane Amanpour

Tavis Smiley: Cheech Marin & Tommy Chong

Arsenio Hall: Jeff Garlin, Tameka "Tiny" Harris, Hit-Boy


140th Kentucky Derby on NBC (In this year's ``Run for the Roses,'' an expected field of 21 horses will compete in the first leg of horse racing's Triple Crown. From Churchill Downs in Louisville, Ky)

24: Live Another Day -- Jack Is Back on Fox (A sneak peek of the upcoming series includes interviews and previously unseen footage)

The White House Correspondents Dinner on CNN and CSpan (The best moments from past White House correspondents)

HBO New Movie of the Week: We're the Millers ... Starring Jennifer Aniston, Jason Sudeikis, Will Poulter, Emma Roberts, Ed Helms. Indebted to a big-time drug lord, a pot dealer travels to Mexico with a fake family and a camper to pick up a large shipment and smuggle it into the U.S.

Saturday Night Live on NBC (Host Andrew Garfield; Coldplay performs)


NASCAR Sprint Cup: Aaron's 499 on Fox (From Talladega Superspeedway in Talladega, Ala)

America's Funniest Home Videos on ABC

The Simpsons on Fox (Homer must figure out what to do when he wakes up to a world where everything and everyone is made out of Legos)

Family Guy on Fox (Peter brings Meg to college for an interview and introduces her to partying; Brian is prohibited from entering the house when he is sprayed by a skunk)

Mad Men on AMC (Sterling Cooper & Partners prepares for a guest; Don contacts an old friend; Roger deals with problems at home; Peggy is underestimated)

Watch What Happens: Live on Bravo (Porsha Williams from ``The Real Housewives of Atlanta'' discusses the season)

David Spade: My Fake Problems on Comedy Central (Comic David Spade performs, covering topics such as doing gymnastics and the time Chris Farley bought him ten lap dances in a row)

Total Divas on E! (Trinity wants to get married but not without Jon's father's blessing; Eva faces a serious health issue; Nikki and Ariane help Nattie get her groove back)

Game of Thrones on HBO (Cersei and Tywin plan the Crown's next move; Dany discusses future plans; Jon Snow begins a new mission)

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James Franco would like the world to know that he did not sleep with Lindsay Lohan, despite the appearance of his name on her leaked sex list. During a candid interview with Howard Stern on Wednesday, Franco explicitly denied having sex with the troubled 27-year-old actress. "I never had sex with Lindsay Lohan," he declared. "It's a lie. I will swear on my mother’s life that I never had sex with her." The 36-year-old did cop to kissing her, but didn't exactly have fond memories of the experience. "All right, we maybe kissed… it was lame." He added, "I can’t believe she put me on that private list. She’s so delusional!"

It appears Miley Cyrus hasn’t quit cleared her system of the pesky medication that caused her to be hospitalized last month. The 21-year-old “Adore You” singer announced Wednesday that she has postponed two more dates on her “Bangerz” tour, this time in Europe. According to a news release, Cyrus' symptoms from a severe allergic have returned and doctors will not allow her to travel, and that shows in Antwerp, Belgium, and Amsterdam have been postponed until June 20 and 22, respectively. At this time, Cyrus is expected to make her London appearance on May 6. 

Backstreet Boy Nick Carter and New Kid on the Block Jordan Knight have joined forces to form the duo Nick & Knight. The two are releasing an eponymous album on Sept. 2 and going on tour 13 days later. Fans can pre-order the album on and get a free download of the pair's song, "Just The Two of Us." The 39-city tour kicks off on Sept. 15 in Nashville, Tenn. and includes a concert at New York's Best Buy Theater (Oct. 10) and two shows in the L.A. area: at the House of Blues in West Hollywood and Anaheim on Nov. 14 and 15. The North American jaunt wraps up on Nov. 22 in Calgary. They will be at the Mercury Ballroom in Louisville on Sept 17

Grey's Anatomy on ABC (Cristina considers her future at the hospital; Amelia and Derek collaborate on a tough surgery involving conjoined twins; Jo takes on too many cases at once; Stephanie stumbles on the truth about Bailey's case)

The Big Bang Theory on CBS (Professor Proton (Bob Newhart) helps Sheldon deal with grief; Leonard gets into a competition with Penny; Bernadette and Amy prepare a ``Star Wars Day'' gift for the guys)

Two and a Half Men on CBS (Gretchen insists that Alan reveal his true identity to Larry; Walden, Barry and Jenny go on a road trip)

Bad Teacher on CBS (A student (Madison De La Garza) objects when Meredith wants to date her father (Ken Marino)

iHeartRadio Music Awards on NBC (Showcasing the year's biggest artists and songs at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles; scheduled performers include Blake Shelton, Drake, Kendrick Lamar, Pharrell, Pitbull, Shakira and Thirty Seconds to Mars)

Hell's Kitchen on Fox (The team that prepares the most-impressive Southern-inspired menu for a sorority's anniversary party wins a trip to Las Vegas; both teams struggle with communication during dinner service)

American Idol on Fox (A finalist is eliminated; Keith Urban performs)

The Vampire Diaries on The CW (When Stefan and Elena are put in imminent danger, Damon suggests they hide in a remote cabin once owned by Caroline's father; a ghostly presence tries to make itself known with fire and violence; Bonnie disregards warnings from Gram)

Anger Management on Fox (After sleeping with a prisoner's girlfriend, Charlie finds out the prisoner is being releases the next day)

NBA Playoffs on TNT: (Oklahoma City Thunder at Memphis Grizzlies and Los Angeles Clippers at Golden State Warriors)

iMPACT Wrestling on Spike (The aftermath from Sunday's Sacrifice event; Bully Ray and TNA President Dixie Carter; Jeff Hardy's alter ego, Willow, against James Storm)

David Letterman: Louis C.K., Amy Sedaris, a performance by the Broadway cast of "Rocky"

Jimmy Fallon: Andrew Garfield, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Chvrches

Jimmy Kimmel: Sandra Oh, "Science Bob" Pflugfelder, Boy George

Craig Ferguson: Cheryl Hines, Rampage Jackson

Seth Meyers: Kiefer Sutherland, Rose Byrne, Richard Ayoade

Carson Daly: John Turturro, Off!, Katie Crown, Midlake

Daily Show: David Spade

Colbert Report: Saul Williams

At Midnight: Jim Gaffigan, Todd Glass, Nikki Glaser

Chelsea Lately: Tyler Glenn, Ben Gleib, Arden Myrin, Tone Bell

Conan O'Brien: Martin Short, Jessica Pare, Kelis

Watch What Happens Live: Julie Andrews, Idina Menzel

Arsenio Hall: Katt Williams, Hezekiah Walker & Choir

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