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Sharknado 2 star Tara Reid thinks that a sharknado -- a tornado full of sharks -- could touch down in real life. "You know, it actually can happen," she tells GQ magazine. "I mean, the chances of it happening are very rare, but it can happen actually. Which is crazy... Like, I don't think pigs could fly, but actually sharks could be stuck in tornados. There could be a sharknado." To be fair, it is probably more likely than some things -- like Reid ever winning an Oscar.



Weird Al Yankovic tells NME in a new interview that the only artist who's ever said no to Weird Al parodying one of their hit songs is Prince. "I've asked Prince several times; he's the only one to turn me down!" Al says. "All throughout the '80s I asked him. I had ideas for 'Kiss' and 'When Doves Cry,' but his management turned me down every time. I still hold out hope--if he had another big hit, of course I'd want to do my own version...Legally I don't have to [get permission], but I want them to be in on the joke."



Jimmy Fallon presented his latest segment of "Tonight Show Hashtags" last night. For this installment, he asked his Twitter followers to tell him something funny, weird or embarrassing that happened on their birthday, using the hashtag "#WorstBirthday." Some of the best responses he got included, "My parents forgot to buy candles so they put Q-tips on my cake," and, "When I was eight, my great grandmother helped me blow out my candles and her teeth flew out onto my cake."


NEW MOVIES
Hercules stars Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson as the titlular character in an action-packed revision of the classic myth. In this story, Hercules is a mercenary traveling across ancient Greece selling his services for gold and goods. But when the benevolent ruler of Thrace and his daughter seek Hercules' help to defeat a warlord, he must become the hero he once was. Rated PG-13


Lucy is an action-thriller that stars Scarlett Johansson as a woman accidentally caught in a dark deal but turns the tables on her captors and transforms into a merciless warrior evolved beyond human logic. Rated R


FRIDAY, JULY 25

PRIME TIME TV

What Would You Do? on ABC (A child draws on fine art displayed in a cafe; a drunken valet attendant; a waiter won't serve a homeless man even though he has money to cover his bill; a customer is rude to a barista)

Fashion Police on E! (Interviews with musical guest Common, and guest host Jordin Sparks)

Real Time With Bill Maher on HBO (Economist Richard D. Wolff; astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson; political consultant Hogan Gidley; journalist Amy Goodman; author Matt Kibbe)

WWE Friday Night SmackDown! on SyFy (Roman Reigns vs. former WWE Champion Alberto Del Rio)

David Letterman: Michael Douglas, Paul Morrissey, Kiesza (R 7/10/14)

Jimmy Fallon: Jon Hamm, Brit Marling, Martha Stewart

Jimmy Kimmel: Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista, Vin Diesel, Bradley Cooper, Classixx (R 7/21/14)

Craig Ferguson: Bradley Cooper, Lisa Joyce

Seth Meyers: Taye Diggs, Andy Serkis, Neon Trees (R 7/9/14)

Chelsea Lately: Cameron Diaz, Mary McCormack, Brad Wollack, Whitney Cummings (R 7/17/14)


SATURDAY, JULY 26

UFC: Lawler vs. Brown on Fox (Bobby Green vs. Josh Thomson; Dennis Bermudez vs. Clay Guida; Antonio Rogerio Nogueira vs. Anthony Johnson; Robbie Lawler vs. Matt Brown. From San Jose, Calif)

HBO New Movie of the Week: Getaway ... Starring: Ethan Hawke, Selena Gomez. To save his kidnapped wife, a former race-car driver must follow the instructions of a man who is watching his every move through a hidden camera.


SUNDAY, JULY 27

Rising Star on ABC

Big Brother on CBS (The two new heads of households move into their rooms and nominate two house guests for elimination; battle of the block competition)

Keeping Up With the Kardashians on E! (Kendall and Kylie run off in Thailand. Khloé begins to crumble under the pressure of feeling that everyone expects her to be Rob's keeper. Brody plots revenge when the family teases him)

The Strain on FX (Eph and Nora fight to save Capt. Redfern's life; a spike in rat attacks signals Fet that something inexplicable is happening below the city; Setrakian begins his own merciless plan to stop the spread of the disease)

True Blood on HBO (Sookie makes a shocking discovery that forces her to reconsider her involvement with Bill; Eric and Pam make an unlikely alliance in their hunt for a shared enemy; Andy argues with Holly; Lafayette shares a vision with Lettie Mae)

Ray Donovan on Showtime (Ray and Abby want Bridget to attend her dream school, but Stu Feldman stands in the way; Mickey has a date with an old flame; Ray prevents Kate from getting solid information)

Sharkmania: The Top 15 Biggest Baddest Bloodiest Bites on SyFy (In a light-hearted program, celebrities discuss favorite scenes and the best shark-movie bites of all time, from ``Jaws'' to the outrageous ``Sharktopus'' and ``Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus.'')

The Last Ship on TNT (Panic spreads throughout the ship when Lt. Danny Green comes down with a mysterious illness; Chandler begins to lose faith in Rachel's vaccine trials)

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Gordon Ramsay made an appearance on last night's episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live!, where he attempted to teach Kimmel how to make scrambled eggs. After the British chef shouted at him to relax his elbows and stop being so tense, Kimmel responded, "It's because you're yelling at me!" Ramsay shot back, "I didn't know you were this s**ty!" When it came time to evaluate Kimmel's scrambled eggs, Ramsay slammed them for being "rubbery" and dumped them on the stage. He then demanded that Kimmel try again.



Britney Spears is expanding her brand into the world of intimates. The singer took to Instagram on Wednesday to announce that she is launching a new lingerie line. "Coming very soon… The Intimate Collection, by yours truly. Just a peek at what's to come. xo," Spears wrote, along with a picture of the pop star wearing a seriously black lingerie set. According to the website, Spears' line of lingerie will launch September 9 in the United States and Canada, as well as September 26 in Europe.



Vulture recently unearthed scenes from Robin Thicke's feature film debut, a straight-to DVD flick filmed in 2012 that stars the womanizing singer as a slightly more douche-y version of himself. Making the Rules stars Jaime Pressly as Abby, an unhappily married Los Angeles chef who falls into an affair with her ex-boyfriend Shaun, played by Thicke, after a series of run-ins. Appropriately, hairdresser Shaun is a stud who engages in infidelity, stalks the woman he wants until she gives in and has a wardrobe that mainly consists of henleys with plunging necklines and leather jackets. Talk about art imitating life.



Courtney Love has appeared to put an end to the rumors that Hole's mid-'90s lineup will be reuniting any time soon. Counsequence of Sound reports that Love recently told The Phillipine Daily Inquirer that she doesn't "want to get on the oldies circuit" and that she doesn't need to reunite the group "for money." Love went on to say that she wants to put out music that is relevant today and noted that being one of the last chicks in a rock-n-roll band "is a weird place to be." "It's scary not to be selling out," she added.



Duran Duran has filed a lawsuit against the company that operates their fan club and is seeking $40,000. The '80s pop group claims that the Chicago-based company Worldwide Fan Clubs owes several payments to the band that they were contractually obliged to make. According to the lawsuit, Duran Duran has been working since 2010 with the company, which is responsible for sales and inventory of the group's merchandise, collecting membership fees and maintaining records of their accounts. While the band is to allegedly supposed to receive 75 percent of the profits, their lawyer claims that Worldwide Fan Clubs has failed to keep accurate financial records.



Weird Al Yankovic's 14th CD, Mandatory Fun, tops this week's charts. His disc sold over 104,700 copies. It's Al's first chart-topping disc in 31 years


PRIME TIME TV

Big Brother on CBS (A house guest is evicted; the head of household competition)

Last Comic Standing on NBC (The comics take part in a roast of Gilbert Gottfried; two comics compete in a showdown.)

Hell's Kitchen on Fox (The final two contestants must prepare five unique dishes; a winner is chosen)

Project Runway on Lifetime (The designers learn that there is another audition they must pass to be accepted on the show.)

Dating Naked on VH1 (A ``nerdy'' guy and a blonde from San Francisco try to make a connection while nude)

LeAnn & Eddie on VH1 (LeAnn's friends join her for a girls weekend full of ATV riding, line dancing and songs; Eddie is offered a major job on television)

Here Comes Honey Boo Boo on TLC (It is time for some home improvement; the girls repaint their ``doo-doo'' colored room; June waxes her beard situation; the family's old couch. After making a hot tub in the back of a pickup truck, the family goes on a houseboat vacation and invites Anna, Michael and Kaitlyn to join in.)

LATE NIGHT TV

David Letterman: Former Staff Sgt. Ryan M. Pitts, Michael Somerville, Sharon Van Etten

Jimmy Fallon: Morgan Freeman, Kesha, Tweedy

Jimmy Kimmel: Justin Theroux, Angie Harmon, 5 Seconds of Summer

Craig Ferguson: David Duchovny, Gloria Estefan

Seth Meyers: Mary Lynn Rajskub, Brendan Gleeson

Daily Show: Fareed Zakaria

Colbert Report: Elon Musk

Chelsea Lately: Natasha Lyonne, Uzo Aduba, Jeff Wild, Arden Myrin, Ross Mathews

Conan O'Brien: Dwayne Johnson, Taye Diggs, Tori Amos

Watch What Happens Live: Kristin Chenoweth

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In the new issue of Self magazine, Jessica Alba claims that she doesn't really exercise these days. "I hate working out. It's boring! I really only did it when I had a job that was physically demanding," she explains. "But from age 17 until I was 27, all I did were movies that were physically demanding -- so all I did was work out all the time!" The super svelte actress and mother of two adds," For me, when I don't eat a ton of carbs, I have more energy. But I'll for sure have a piece of chocolate. I will mow through a bowl of guacamole. If I'm not going to have dessert, I'll have a martini."



Will Ferrell is going to star in Manimal. The movie is based on the 1980s TV show about a man, who fights crime by morphing into animals. The series was canned after 8 shows.



Sarah Silverman announced yesterday that Sub Pop record will release her new comedy LP this fall. Pitchfork reports that We Are Miracles is the album release of Silverman's 2013 HBO comedy special and will drop on September 23. The release will feature a special vinyl release that will be limited to 750 copies and be pressed on colored vinyl. Pre-orders of the album will also include a signed art print while supplies last. Sub Pop has previously released comedy albums by David Cross, Patton Oswalt, Eugene Mirman, and Flight of the Conchords.



Steve Carell is teaming up with Disney once again for a new family adventure comedy called Brooklyn Family Robinson. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Carell will produce the project with his partners at Carousel Productions and the script will be written by David Reynolds, who penned PIxar's 2003 animated feature Finding Nemo. Carell previously worked with Disney in the studio's Alexander and Terrible, Horrible, No Good Very Bad Day, which is due in theaters October 10.


PRIME TIME TV

America's Got Talent on NBC (Boot Camp ... The top 48 acts are announced)

So You Think You Can Dance on Fox (The top 16 finalists perform; guest judge Misty Copeland; Lucy Hale performs)

Big Brother on CBS (House guests vie for the power of veto)

Extant on CBS (John confronts Molly about her distant behavior as she considers telling him about her pregnancy; parents become suspicious after Ethan goes to school for the first time)

Best of Running of the Bulls 2014 on Esquire (Hosts Guad Venegas and Jenn Brown look back at the annual event in Pamplona, Spain, where runners attempt to outrace stampeding bulls in the streets)

Hot in Cleveland on TV Land (Victoria's son visits, even though she always forgets him; Joy and Mitch contemplate their compatibility)

LATE NIGHT TV

David Letterman: Eric Stonestreet, Summer Toy Demo with Shannon Eis, Brody Dalle

Jimmy Fallon: Robin Wright, Josh Charles, Weezer

Jimmy Kimmel: Common

Craig Ferguson: Larry King

Seth Meyers: Ricky Gervais, Zac Posen, G-Eazy

Daily Show: George Takei

Colbert Report: Mary Mazzio, Oscar Vazquez

Chelsea Lately: Frank Grillo, Chris Franjola, April Richardson, Ryan Stout

Conan O'Brien: Stephen Moyer, Boy & Bear

Watch What Happens Live: Samantha Debianchi, Chad Carroll, Chris Leavitt


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Miley Cyrus fans, rejoice: The twerking pop princess is still alive. Following a death hoax that hit the Internet over the weekend, claiming that the 21-year-old singer died of an overdose in her Los Angeles home, Miley finally took to Twitter to post a selfie on Monday. The report was apparently a major online scam designed to get page views and money. Not cool. However, HollywoodLife.com claims that Miley got such a kick out of them that she decided to stay quiet for two days and go along with the exaggerated claims of her death.




The George Harrison Memorial Tree planted in Los Angeles' Griffith Park has died in the most ironic of ways: at the hands of a beetle infestation. According to a report by the Los Angeles Times, the tree was put in three years after Harrison's 2001 death because the late Beatles bassist spent his final days in L.A. and was an avid gardener. The tree had reportedly grown to more than 10 feet tall as of last year, before the beetle infestation took over. City Councilman Tom LaBonge said that the pine tree will be replanted soon.



George Clooney has no qualms gushing how thrilled he is to be getting married to Amal Alamuddin. "I'm marrying up," he declares in a new interview with Variety. Clooney and his fiancée, an activist and lawyer, have yet to announce a wedding date. However, Clooney's aunt has hinted that the pair will be getting married in Italy. When news initially broke of their engagement back in April, everybody and their mother was shocked that the eternal bachelor had decided to pop the question .



To promote his latest album, Mandatory Fun, Weird Al Yankovic had been on a quest to release a new track every day starting last Monday. Today, his mission comes to an end with "Mission Statement," an original song inspired by the sounds of Crosby Stills & Nash that parodies corporate culture. "We must all efficiently / Operationalize our strategies / Invest in world-class technology / And leverage our core competencies," Weird Al croons in the tune, while other lyrics make use of additional corporate phrases that mean nothing, like "holistically administrate" and "exceptional synergy." Way to take it to The Man, Al!


Maroon 5 unveiled the glowing new cover art for their upcoming album V yesterday. MTV News reports that the cover is relatively simple, featuring a neon letter V illuminated over a desert background. In addition to releasing the artwork, the band revealed the official tracklist for the album, which is due out September 2.
V tracklist:
  1. "Maps"
  2. "Animals"
  3. "It Was Always You"
  4. "Unkiss Me"
  5. "Sugar"
  6. "Leaving California"
  7. "In Your Pocket"
  8. "New Love"
  9. "Coming Back For You"
  10. "Feelings"
  11. "My Heart Is Open" feat. Gwen Stefani
B Sides-
  • "ShootLove"
  • "Sex and Candy"
  • "Lost Stars"



On last night's episode of The Tonight Show, Kate Hudson went against Jimmy Fallon in a game of Box of Lies. Each staring directly towards each other through a little window had to describe the object they pulled from a numbered box. Not knowing if their opponent was lying or not, both giggled their way to win the game. After two rounds, Kate Hudson lied her way through and defeated Fallon.


Heaven Is for Real, Antboy, Blue Ruin, All Cheerleaders Die, Dom Hemingway, Sabotage, Tyler Perry's The Single Moms Club, Cesar Chavez, The Suspect, The Human Race, Transcendence, Justin and the Knights of Valor and The Angriest Man in Brooklyn are all out on DVD today

PRIME TIME TV

Food Fighters on NBC (Amateur chefs present signature dishes)

America's Got Talent on NBC (Boot Camp ... The acts compete for a spot in the live shows)

Celebrity Wife Swap on ABC (Tyler Christopher/Ronn Moss)

Extreme Weight Loss on ABC (A 44-year-old pastor's wife commits to losing half her body weight during her yearlong transformation)

Deadliest Catch on Discovery (Sig orders a classic Northwestern grind; Mandy learns the true meaning of being a greenhorn; Captain Andy faces a difficult decision)

Married at First Sight on fyi (The newlyweds head off on their honeymoons within 24 hours of saying ''I do.')

LATE NIGHT TV

David Letterman: Ricky Gervais, Taylor Schilling, Eli Young Band

Jimmy Fallon: Dwayne Johnson, Mel B, Chronixx

Jimmy Kimmel: John Stamos, Todd Glass, OK Go

Craig Ferguson: Dana Carvey, Irina Shayk

Seth Meyers: Kate Hudson, David Remnick

Daily Show: Richard Linklater

Colbert Report: JR

Chelsea Lately: Lela Loren, Claire Titelman, Heather McDonald, Julian McCullough

Conan O'Brien: Gary Oldman, Gabriel Iglesias, the Hold Steady

Watch What Happens Live: Luann De Lesseps, Ramona Singer, Heather Thomson

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Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have reportedly spent a whopping $500,000 to hire a body double for their daughter North. The Mirror reports that the couple hired the double to shield their 13-month old baby from paparazzi and that they held auctions at a specialist agency in Los Angeles to find a child who is the spitting image of North. "They also hired a body-double nanny, who they hope will really throw paps off the scent," the source adds. North isn't the first celebrity kid to have a double -- last year, it was revealed that Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes' daughter Suri has a decoy.



Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo got hitched Saturday at Flora Farms in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. The couple exchanged their vows in front of nearly 300 guests, including celebrities like Jonah Hill, Robert Downey Jr., Jason Segal, and Victoria's Secret models Erin Heatherton and Candice Swanepoel. ET News reports that Hill officiated the wedding and that Stevie Nicks performed "Leather and Lace" with Levine. Rather than wedding gifts, the couple asked that their guests make a donation to the Children's Hospital of Los Angeles. Following the ceremony, the newlyweds took off for their honeymoon in South Africa.



Weird Al Yankovic takes aim at all the name-droppers and boasters in the new video for "Lame Claim to Fame," off his newest album Mandatory Fun. Inspired sonically by Southern Culture on the Skids' "Camel Walk," the stop-motion video features a trucker hat-wearing character bragging about his run-ins with the likes of Jonah Hill, Steve Buscemi and Kevin Bacon. "My best friend's brother was an extra in Wayne's World 2," Yankovic sings. "I got me an email from the prince of Nigeria… well, he sure sounded legit." Released Sunday, the clip is the seventh of eight videos being premiered by Yankovic as part of Weird Al Week 2014.


Lady Antebellum will release their fifth studio album 747 on September 30. "We unanimously knew that our album title had to be 747," Lady A's Hillary Scott told Rolling Stone Country. "The track itself has this pushing, driving spirit about it that sums up our attitude right now." She went on to say that the band really pushed themselves as songwriters on this album and went out of their comfort zone. "There's an urgency and an energy to it that we've never released before," she added. Co-produced by the trio with Nathan Chapman, The album features first single "Bartender" and includes six songs co-written by the group.
747 tracklist:
  1. "Long Stretch of Love
  2. "Bartender"
  3. "Lie With Me"
  4. "Freestyle"
  5. "Down South"
  6. "One Great Mystery"
  7. "Sounded Good at the Time"
  8. "She Is"
  9. "Damn You Seventeen"
  10. "747"
  11. "Just a Girl"


The Backstreet Boys have decided to cancel their upcoming concerts in Tel Aviv due to the ongoing violence in the Israeli city. TMZ reports that the band has cancelled the shows that were supposed to take place July 29-31, but that they're optimistically trying to re-book for next year. "This is a major disappointment for the band and fans as this was to be our first visit to Israel and we looked forward to meeting our fans," the band said in a statement. The Backstreet Boys cancellation follows in the footsteps of Neil Young & Crazy Horse and Paul Anka, who also cancelled their concerts in the wake of the escalating conflict in the Middle East.
NEW MUSIC
This week, Australian pop punk act 5 Seconds of Summer premieres their self-titled full-length debut, featuring hits "She Looks So Perfect," "Don't Stop" and "Amnesia." Meanwhile, pop singer Jesse McCartney makes his big return with In Technicolor, the singer's fourth studio album and his first full-length release since 2008's Departure. And English rock act Yes drops their 21st studio album Heaven & Earth, the group's first release with singer Jon Davison. Rapper Common also releases Nobody Smiling, his 10th studio album and the follow-up to 2011's The Dreamer/ The Believer.

PRIME TIME TV

American Ninja Warrior on NBC (Competitors face the finals course in St. Louis)

Hotel Hell on Fox (Ramsay visits Las Cruces, N.M., luxury hotel Meson De Mesilla, where the owner seems more interested in her singing career, than managing the business)

The Bachelorette: The Men Tell All on ABC (Bachelors return to confront Andi and each other, and to share their side of the story; Ashley and J.P. Rosenbaum reveal good news)

WWE Monday Night RAW on USA (Battleground PPV results. Who survived the Fatal 4-Way as WWE Champion?)

LATE NIGHT TV

David Letterman: Jeff Daniels, a performance of the song "MacArthur Park"

Jimmy Fallon: Kate Hudson, Ellar Coltrane, Nico & Vinz

Jimmy Kimmel: Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista, Vin Diesel, Bradley Cooper

Craig Ferguson: Octavia Spencer, Brad Goreski

Seth Meyers: Zach Braff, Jack Antonoff, Bleachers

Daily Show: Sue Turton

Colbert Report: Rep. Nancy Pelosi

Conan O'Brien: Carl Reiner, Angela Kinsey, Reggie Watts

Watch What Happens Live: Lizzie Rovsek, John Benjamin Hickey

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Following reports that Scott Disick has given up drinking, TMZ has revealed that the reality star's decision to seek treatment was triggered by his hospitalization for alcohol poisoning last month. The father of Kourtney Kardashian's two children reportedly got so drunk at 1Oak nightclub in the Hamptons on June 22 that he could "barely put a sentence together" and was taken to the emergency room. A source tells People magazine, however, that Disick is doing much better now. "He's had an unimaginable year losing his parents," the source says. "There have been highs and lows, and he's just doing his best trying to work through everything. He's really making progress."



Well, this should be juicy. Lady Gaga's former assistant Jennifer O'Neill -- whom the pop star called a "f**king hood rat" during a tumultuous court battle -- is working on a tell-all about the singer called Fame Monster. O'Neill, who worked for the singer for two years, sued in 2011, claiming that she was owed $393,000 for 7,168 hours of overtime. She testified that she was forced to sleep in Gaga's bed because she didn't like to sleep alone and was expected "to be working and available 24/7." Given that Simon & Schuster is giving O'Neill a reported $1 million for the tell-all, it's safe to assume that these accusations are just the tip of the iceberg.



Ready for today's release of another Weird Al Yankovic parody song and video? Now he's poking fun at Iggy Azalea's "Fancy" with "Handy," a song about, well, how handy Weird Al is when it comes to tools and around-the-house repairs. In the clip, he portrays a handyman (who inexplicably wears a Ellen DeGeneres-style wig) pitching his home-repair services in a TV commercial. One of the funniest lines from the song is, "I got 99 problems, but a switch ain't one."


NEW MOVIES
The sequel to last year's sleeper hit The Purge, The Purge: Anarchy sees the return of writer/director James DeMonaco to craft the next terrifying chapter of dutiful citizens preparing for their country's yearly 12 hours of anarchy. Rated R

Sex Tape stars Jason Segal as Jay and Cameron Diaz as Annie, a married couple who are still very much in love but lacking passion 10 years and two kids later. To get it back, they decide to make a video of themselves trying out every position in The Joy of Sex in one marathon three-hour session. But what seems like a great idea backfires when they discover that their private video has gone public. Rated R

The sequel to Disney's Planes, Planes: Fire & Rescue tells the story of a crew of elite firefighting aircraft devoted to protecting historic Piston Peak National Park from raging wildfire. When world famous air racer Dusty learns that his engine is damaged and he may never race again, he is launched into the world of aerial firefighting and must battle a massive wildfire alongside a new cast of characters. Rated PG

FRIDAY, JULY 18

PRIME TIME TV

Deadliest Catch: On Deck on Discovery (The Cornelia Marie battles 20-foot breakers in St. Paul; the Time Bandit has a blown prop causing problems between the Hillstrands)

Fashion Police on E! (Actress Jennie Garth; actress Tori Spelling)

Tori & Dean: Cabin Fever on GAC (Tori and Dean tackle a dramatic kitchen makeover with outdoor inspiration; putting Gourmet dad's barbecue sauce to the test at a local rib fest)

Real Time With Bill Maher on HBO (Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II, president of North Carolina NAACP; actor George Takei; former Rep. Jane Harman (D- Calif.); statistician Nate Silver; editor Jamie Weinstein)

WWE Friday Night SmackDown! on SyFy (Countdown to WWE Battleground. Starring The Authority, Chris Jericho, Dean Ambrose, and Kane)

LATE NIGHT TV

David Letterman: Melissa McCarthy, Tim Duncan, a Top Ten List presented by Rachelle Lefevre, Phish (R 6/24/14)

Jimmy Fallon: Dan Aykroyd, Chaz Ebert, Nick Thune

Jimmy Kimmel: Gary Oldman, Nathan Fielder, Bleachers (R 6/25/14)

Craig Ferguson: Aisha Tyler

Seth Meyers: Andy Cohen, the Kratt Brothers, Jeff Koons (R 7/8/14)


SATURDAY, JULY 19

Bet on Your Baby on ABC (A father guesses how many items his daughter can identify by touch; a 3-year-old selects costumes; twins try to finish an obstacle course within 75 seconds; a dad guesses how man objects his kid can identify)

HBO New Movie of the Week: The Internship .. Starring: Vince Vaughn, Owen Wilson. Two old-school, unemployed salesmen finagle internships at Google, then must compete with younger, smarter candidates for prime positions.


SUNDAY, JULY 20

Rising Star on ABC

Big Brother on CBS (The two new heads of households move into their rooms and nominate two house guests for elimination; battle of the block competition)

Keeping Up With the Kardashians on E! (The family vacation to Thailand gets off to a bumpy start and things get awkward when Brody walks in on Kim taking a selfie for Kanye)

True Blood on HBO (Sookie hosts a party in Bon Temps; Eric and Pam go to Dallas to attend a fundraiser; Andy makes a life-changing decision; Jessica and James reach a crossroads; Bill remembers his human days)

Oprah: Where Are They Now? on OWN (Jaclyn Smith, Sheila E & Louie Anderson)

Ray Donovan on Showtime (Ray forces Mickey to face the FBI in Los Angeles; Mickey holds press conference; a Boston reporter is suspicious of the story; Ray corrupts a parole officer)

The Last Ship on TNT (A small team heads to the jungles of Nicaragua to find monkeys for Rachel's vaccine trials; Chandler and his men face a moral dilemma when they encounter a former drug kingpin)


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Video has gone viral of a drunk Charlie Sheen making a late-night Taco Bell run. The clip shows the disheveled Anger Management star introducing himself to some fans at the fast food joint's drive-thru. "Sorry, I am so f**king hammered," he slurs as he shakes their hands. The 48-year-old actor also shows off a Charlie Brown tattoo on his chest. #Winning



On last night's episode of The Tonight Show, Fallon hosted his latest segment of Lip Flip starring Whoopi Goldberg. The two visually exchanged lips, therefore when Goldberg was talking, her lips would appear on Fallon's face and Fallon would have to match whatever Goldberg was saying with correct facial expressions. The two ended up singing "I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me)" by Aretha Franklin and George Michael.



Weird Al Yankovic continues on his quest to release eight music videos in eight days with yesterday's release of "Foil," his note-for-note parody of Lorde's hit single "Royals." The clip, which features cameos from Patton Oswalt and Reno 911! stars Thomas Lennon and Ben Garant, starts off with Weird Al extolling the virtues of wrapping up leftovers in aluminum foil. It then takes a turn for the bizarre as he channels the type of crazy people who wear tinfoil hats in order to prevent Illuminati aliens from reading their thoughts. Crazy!



The official Twitter account of the World Music Awards confirmed Tuesday that Adele's upcoming album will be called 25, as fans have long suspected, and announced that its release would be followed by a tour next year. "#Adele confirms 2015 tour after the release of her new album 25!" the tweet read. Adele herself had hinted about the album title on Twitter in May, around the time of her 26th birthday, when she wrote, "Bye bye 25... see you again later in the year." While there was no word on when the album would be released, it's been suspected that Adele may drop the album as a Beyonce-style surprise.



Beatles fans can look forward to a new film documenting the Fab Four's early years as a touring band that will be directed by Ron Howard. Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and Yoko Ono have all agreed to participate in the project. In a statement, Howard promises a documentary that will tell "this astounding story of these four young men who stormed the world in 1964. Their impact on popular culture and the human experience cannot be exaggerated." The doc will trace the band's history from its early days playing clubs in Liverpool, England and Hamburg, Germany, to their final live show at San Francisco's Candlestick Park.


Big Brother on CBS (A house guest is evicted; the head of household competition)

Last Comic Standing on NBC (The seven remaining comics serve as tour guides on the Universal Studios tram tour; guest mentor Howie Mandel)

Hell's Kitchen on Fox (The remaining four chefs sample one of Ramsay's complex entrees and then must re-create it correctly; two of the chefs face elimination)

Oprah Prime on OWN (Matthew Sandusky discusses his adopted father, Jerry Sandusky, and details of the sexual abuse he experienced as a child)

Here Comes Honey Boo Boo on TLC (Sugar Bear offers Jessica and Pumpkin hush money to keep the house quiet so he and June can have private time; Alana has no critters to play with, so June rents a goat from a farm. The family is in a car accident leaving Pumpkin in the hospital with June by her side; the family misses Pumpkin but still enjoys their freedom without Mama around; Anna and Michael get matching tattoos)

Leah Remini: It's All Relative on TLC (Leah and her sister, Shannon, try to talk their mother out of getting a tramp stamp; back at the restaurant a new cash register causes confusion and chaos for George)

Dating Naked on VH1 (Daring singles try a romantic, an adventurous and a tropical date with the hopes they will make a true connection)

LeAnn & Eddie on VH1 (The couple faces tabloid rumors about an expensive divorce; Eddie refuses to make a public statement, but then makes a comment during an interview)

David Letterman: Colin Firth, Tommy Johnagin, St. Vincent

Jimmy Fallon: John Lithgow, Miranda Kerr, Jason Mraz

Jimmy Kimmel: Dane Cook, Mark Duplass, Trey Songz (R 7/1/14)

Craig Ferguson: Julia Ormond, Dan Riskin

Seth Meyers: Julie Bowen, Brett Ratner, Ben Kronberg

Daily Show: Emma Stone

Colbert Report: Steven Wise

Chelsea Lately: Cameron Diaz, Mary McCormack, Whitney Cummings, Julian McCullough

Conan O'Brien: Jason Segel, Cameron Diaz, Matt Walsh, "Weird Al" Yankovic

Watch What Happens Live: Jeff Lewis

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In a new interview with Access Hollywood, Gwen Stefani reveals that she received some great advice from fellow The Voice coach Christina Aguilera. "With Christina, she wrote me this really sweet note like right when it was all going down," Stefani said. The No Doubt frontwoman went on to say that Aguilera was "all girl power" and told her that she would love being in the coach's seat. "She was really sweet to me," Stefani added. The "Hollaback Girl" singer will serve as the only female coach alongside Adam Levine, Blake Shelton and Pharrell Williams on the upcoming seventh season of The Voice.



On last night's episode of The Tonight Show, Cameron Diaz and Jimmy Fallon went against each other in a kayak race. Racing around the studio on inflatable kayaks attached to a longboard, Cameron was well in the lead when Fallon gave up and forfeited when he got out of his kayak and started running towards the finish line. In the end, he ended pushing Diaz to the finish line where she won yet another competition against him.




Chilling new details have emerged about the intruder arrested inside Sandra Bullock's L.A. home last month, as a search warrant obtained by TMZ reveals that Bullock came face-to-face with her armed stalker before barricading herself inside her bedroom. Around 1 a.m., Bullock heard a loud banging noise and went to lock her bedroom door. That's when she suddenly found herself standing in the hallway with stalker Joshua Corbett. After she managed to lock herself in her bedroom and call 911, Corbett yelled, "Sandy, I'm sorry! Please don't press charges!" as authorities hauled him away.



Vanessa and Nick Lachey are preparing to expand their family. The pair announced yesterday that Vanessa is pregnant with the couple's second child and that it is going to be a girl. "Can't think of a better way to celebrate 3 years of marriage to my beautiful @VanessaLachey than this! #family," Nick wrote on Twitter Tuesday, with a photo of a sand message that read, "It's a girl!" The couple are already parents to 2-year-old son Camden John.



Ever wonder what Anne Hathaway and Kristen Stewart would look like if they were dudes? Well, wonder no more: The two appear in drag in the new music video for Jenny Lewis' latest single, "Just One of the Guys." Dressed in Adidas track suits, trucker caps and mustaches, the two hilariously mimic male break dancers in the clip, which also features them as female members of Lewis' backing band. "We screamed with laughter all day," Lewis said of the video's shoot. "I haven't laughed that hard since What About Bob? came out on laser disc." The track is the lead single off The Voyager, Lewis' first solo album in six years.



Monday, Weird Al Yankovic released "Tacky," his parody song and video of Pharrell Williams' "Happy." Yesterday, he's released his parody of Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines," an indictment of sloppy syntax called "Word Crimes." The parody, written in the voice of an angry father lecturing about today's most common grammatical mistakes, includes lines like "You should know when/It's 'less' or it's 'fewer'/Like people who were/Never raised in a sewer." Weird Al also notes that "'I could care less'/That means you do care/At least a little." The Thicke parody marks the second of eight parodies that Yankovic plans to release in as many days.



Nick Carter debuted the first single from their new side project Nick & Knight and it could just be the next summer jam. Billboard reports that "One More Time" is less boy band than expected and more Maroon 5, and is highlighted by funky guitar riffs, tight production and delicious "woo-hoo" falsettos. The track will be featured on Nick & Knight's self-titled debut album, which is due out September 2. The duo will hit the road for a massive tour on September 15.


PRIME TIME TV

Extant on CBS (Sam gives Molly an ultrasound in hope of learning more about her mysterious pregnancy; Kryger reveals secret details about his own solo mission)

So You Think You Can Dance on Fox (The remaining 18 dancers perform; elimination; guest judge Misty Copeland; A Great Big World performs)

Duck Dynasty on A&E (The guys encounter an alligator using one of their duck blinds as a home; the children work at the church car wash, while Si and Willie clash over the best method to lure in customers)

2014 ESPYs on ESPN (Sport and entertainment celebrities gather at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles to commemorate the past year in sports by recognizing major achievements)

Hot in Cleveland on TV Land (Joy decides to reveal her feelings to Mitch, but a dating coach gets in the way; Victoria is smitten by a screenwriter)

LATE NIGHT TV

David Letterman: Emma Stone, Nathan Fielder, American Authors

Jimmy Fallon: Whoopi Goldberg, Stephen Moyer, Puss N Boots

Jimmy Kimmel: Bob Newhart, Nicola Peltz, Spoon (R 6/26/14)

Craig Ferguson: Elijah Wood, Marcia Clark, Kristeen Young with Dave Grohl and Pat Smear

Seth Meyers: Regis Philbin, John Henson, Broods

Daily Show: Jerry Seinfeld

Colbert Report: Mayor Bill de Blasio

Chelsea Lately: Dane Cook, Ben Gleib, Ross Mathews

Conan O'Brien: Michael Strahan, Famke Janssen, Mark Normand

Watch What Happens Live: Liv Tyler




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Someone has finally spoken out about what a disgustingly good-looking couple Sofia Vergara and Joe Manganiello make. During an interview with ET Canada, Julie Bowen joked about her Modern Family costar's budding romance with True Blood's Joe Manganiello. "You know, it almost is like a genetic explosion and there might not be enough diversity in the gene pool because they are just too good looking," she said. "But ya know, God bless her, she's amazing and if he's nice to her, I am all for it." Bowen also added that she has not yet been introduced to Manganiello, but, "I saw him, certainly, and he does not hurt my eyes."



Meet Claire Leeson, a 24-year-old from London who has spent a whopping $30,000 to look like her idol, Kim Kardashian. The money has gone towards getting breast implants, teeth whitening, and hair extensions, among other things. And while Leeson admits that she's currently in debt "up to my eyeballs," she next plans on having fat removed from other parts of her body and put into her butt. "When I get my Kimmy on I feel like I'm unstoppable and untouchable and I feel like no one can stop me and I can make something of myself," Leeson explains. "I feel strong… and I feel that I have built enough confidence to love myself a little bit more." Perhaps her cash would've been better spent on therapy...



Blink-182 guitarist Tom DeLonge took to Instagram on Monday morning to announce that the band will release the follow-up to 2011's Neighborhoods "soon." "Rehearsals start today," DeLonge said in the caption to a collage of old photos of the band. "And yes there will be a new album. #SorryForTheWait #Blink." Blink-182 will play a one-off gig at London's O2 Academy Brixton on Aug. 6, serving as a warm-up for the band's headlining spot at this year's Reading and Leeds Festivals. DeLonge has also been working on the new Angels & Airwaves album Poet, which is set for a Halloween 2014 release.



SXTape, The Bill Collector, The Face of Love, Open Grave, A Night in Old Mexico, Under the Skin and Rio 2 are all out on DVD today

Celebrity Wife Swap on ABC (Actress Jenna von Oy and reality-TV star Jill Zarin encounter many surprises when trade households and lives)

Extreme Weight Loss on ABC (A 29-year-old makeup artist named Brandi wants to slim down to compete in a beauty pageant; chef Rocco DiSpirito shows Brandi how to make her favorite meals healthier; Brandi meets Miss America 2014 Nina Davuluri)

America's Got Talent on NBC

2014 MLB All-Star Game on Fox (From Target Field in Minneapolis)

Inside the Walking Dead: Walker University on AMC (Becoming a walker; the creation of each zombie)

Deadliest Catch on Discovery (The Cornelia Marie battles 20-foot breakers in St. Paul; the Time Bandit has a blown prop causing problems between the Hillstrands)

Tyrant on FX (Tensions boil as the 20th anniversary of the chemical attack ordered by Barry's father looms; Jamal struggles to regain confidence in the bedroom)

LATE NIGHT TV

David Letterman: Jason Segel, Liv Tyler, Trampled By Turtles

Jimmy Fallon: Cameron Diaz, Josh Gad, Bleachers

Jimmy Kimmel: Zach Braff, Jenna Dewan Tatum, St. Paul and the Broken Bones (R 6/23/14)

Craig Ferguson: Nicole Richie, Nat Faxon, Mark Forward

Seth Meyers: Anna Paquin, Marc Maron, Elizabeth Karmel

Colbert Report: Vint Cerf

Chelsea Lately: Chrissy Teigen, Josh Wolf, Loni Love, Gary Valentine

Conan O'Brien: Michael Sheen, Joe Manganiello

Watch What Happens Live: Kelly Ripa, Anderson Cooper

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British tabloid The Daily Mirror claims that Beyonce and Jay Z have decided to enroll in online marriage counseling during their On the Run tour. The power couple is reportedly having weekly Skype sessions with a relationship therapist."It's about maintenance rather than trying to fix anything hugely wrong," a source explains. "They are both happy and their daughter, Blue Ivy, remains their absolute priority." Ever since video emerged two months ago of Bey's sister Solange attacking Jay Z in an elevator, rumors that Beyonce and Jay Z's union is in trouble have been rampant.




Kim Kardashian has advice for pregnant women: Stay at home. (Easy to say when you make millions for doing nothing.) When asked how to best dress a baby bump, the 33-year-old reality star tells Elle magazine in a new interview, "I recommend hiding for a good year and having no pregnancy style. That's what I recommend. If you can do it, hide. Never leave the house." When her sister Khloe pointed out that she was being impractical, Kim insisted, "That's really my recommendation. Wear a huge blanket." Way to make moms-to-be feel bad about their bodies, Kim.



Selena Gomez took to Instagram to call out a bully over the weekend. The singer-actress shared a screenshot of a comment she left on @official.kerry's wall. The user has since deleted her account, but it appears she made a comment about cancer that pissed off Gomez. "The comment you left about cancer was absurd," Gomez wrote. "How distasteful of a young woman. I have gone through that battle with fans and family members. You can dislike someone but to wish something that could happen to you or your family is uncalled for sweetheart. You won't be winning anyone's heart that way. Trust me. Educate yourself a tad more. God bless love. Be an amazing woman. You're beautiful." Preach it, girl!



On last night's episode of KUWTK, Khloe admitted that Lamar Odom lied and cheated on her during their four-year marriage. Even worse, she revealed to her sister Kourtney, was that she didn't get to go to a concert on her birthday because Lamar ditched her to spend time with another woman. "I had to give up my Beyonce tickets!" she wailed. (It's good to know she has her priorities straight.) The 30-year-old reality star also expressed nervousness about getting back into the dating scene. However, Kourtney offered her sisterly support by encouraging Khloe to celebrate her new freedom.



Jenni "JWoww" Farley and Roger Mathews welcomed a baby girl on Sunday afternoon. The Jersey Shore star's rep said in a statement: "Jenni and Roger are so excited to welcome the newest guidette, Meilani Alexandra Mathews, to the world weighing 7 lbs., 13 oz. Meilani is already looking to trade her baby bottle for barbells." JWoww was very vocal about the challenges of pregnancy leading up to birth, even describing it as "the worst thing ever."



Yahoo! Screen will begin broadcasting concerts by the likes of Justin Timberlake, Kiss, Wiz Khalifa and more on its Yahoo! Live channel. With the help of concert promoter Live Nation, the shows will be viewable for free. It promises to stream a different concert every day of the year for at least the next 365 days, and it's kicking things off with two live sets from Dave Matthews Band on July 15th. Other upcoming concerts include KISS, a cover song by John Legend, and Justin Timberlake and the Tennessee Kids' first-ever gig in Reykjavik, Iceland.



Oscar winner Christopher Walken will star as Captain Hook in NBC's upcoming live performance of Peter Pan, the follow-up to the network's production of The Sound of Music. "He's one of the most unique actors in our business," NBC Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt said. "This might be the first tap dancing Captain Hook you've ever seen." As for the role of Peter Pan, NBC wants to cast a woman. Greenblatt said he reached out to Kristen Bell but that they were unable to work things out because of scheduling issues.


NEW MUSIC
This week, singer-songwriter Jason Mraz debuts his fifth studio album Yes!, featuring the single "Love Someone." Meanwhile, controversial rocker and activist Morrissey premieres his 10th solo studio album World Peace Is None of Your Business. And Weird Al Yankovic drops Mandatory Fun, which includes parodies of songs by Pharrell Williams, Robin Thicke, Iggy Azalea, Lorde, and Imagine Dragons. Fun's Jack Antonoff also releases Strange Desire, the debut studio album form his new project Bleachers. And punk rock act Rise Against drops their seventh studio album The Black Market

The Bachelorette on ABC (Andi travels to the Dominican Republic, where she spends intimate time with each of the three remaining bachelors)

24: Live Another Day on Fox (FINALE ... As the terror plot looms, Jack and the team reunite to prevent an impending international crisis; the American administration grapples with devastating news)

MasterChef on Fox (The remaining 14 cooks work in two sets of teams at a busy, iconic diner in Los Angeles; the members of the losing team must make a three-layer red velvet cake during a pressure test)

2014 Gillette Home Run Derby on ESPN (From Target Field in Minneapolis)

WWE Monday Night RAW on USA (Huge 6-man match: Champion John Cena teams with Roman Reigns & Dean Ambrose vs. Randy Orton, Seth Rollins & Kane)

LATE NIGHT TV

David Letterman: Kurt Russell, Hannibal Buress, Sturgill Simpson

Jimmy Fallon: Michael Strahan, Diane Kruger, Phish

Jimmy Kimmel: Susan Sarandon, Ramon Rodriguez, Robin Thicke, Yasiel Puig (R 7/2/14)

Craig Ferguson: Margaret Cho, Zachary Levi

Seth Meyers: Pete Rose, Betty Who

Daily Show: Dahlia Lithwick

Colbert Report: Jad Abumrad, Robert Krulwich

Chelsea Lately: Ben Falcone, John Caparulo, Fortune Feimster, Ian Karmel

Conan O'Brien: Jason Biggs, Ellie Kemper, Mark Normand

Watch What Happens Live: Tamra Judge, Angela Kinsey

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Reality star-turned-sock designer Rob Kardashian has some fresh competition on his hands: Noisey reports that Snoop Dogg will soon be adding master painter and sock designer to his resume. The rapper is turning his painting past-time into a business opportunity by teaming up with Happy Socks for a collection based on his abstract paintings. "I find that painting allows me to explore certain emotions I've never been able to express through my music or acting," Snoop says in a promotional clip for the project. And while a Snoop original has previously sold for $10,200, it's safe to assume the new sock line will be a little more affordable. The Snoop Dogg x Happy Socks collection is due November 1.



In a new essay for Elle U.K., Kesha opens up about what led her to check into rehab and how the music industry fueled her own issues with her body. "I take my music and career very seriously, and certainly didn't land in [rehab] from partying," Kesha writes. She goes on to to say that the music industry has set unrealistic expectations for what a body is supposed to look like and that she became overly critical of her own because of it. Known for writing anthems of empowerment, the singer says that she started feeling like she was letting her fans down. "I felt like a liar, telling people to love themselves as they are, while I was being hateful to myself and really hurting my body," she admits.


The 2014 Emmy Award nominations were announced this morning, featuring a refreshing mix of familiar and first-time nominees. While critical darlings like Mad Men and Breaking Bad scored their fair share of noms--and Game of Thrones garnered a whopping 19--newcomers like True Detective, Orange Is the New Black, Fargo and Masters of Sex also managed to score some recognition. Likewise, the acting categories featured familiar faces--such as Jon Hamm in Mad Men, Julianna Margulies in The Good Wife and Jim Parsons in The Big Bang Theory--and fresh ones, like Taylor Schilling and Kate Mulgrew from Orange and Andre Braugher from Brooklyn Nine-Nine. True Detective co-leads Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson will compete with one another for the Best Actor (Drama) statuette. The ceremony will air on August 25 on NBC with Seth Meyers as host.

Outstanding Drama Series: Breaking Bad, Downton Abbey, Game of Thrones, House of Cards, Mad Men, True Detective

Outstanding Comedy Series: The Big Bang Theory, Louie, Modern Family, Orange Is the New Black, Silicon Valley, Veep
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series: Bryan Cranston, Breaking Bad; Jeff Daniels, The Newsroom; Jon Hamm, Mad Men; Woody Harrelson, True Detective; Matthew McConaughey, True Detective; Kevin Spacey, House of Cards.
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series: Michelle Dockery, Downton Abbey; Julianna Margulies, The Good Wife; Claire Danes, Homeland; Robin Wright, House of Cards; Lizzy Caplan, Masters of Sex; Kerry Washington, Scandal.
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series: Jim Parsons, The Big Bang Theory; Ricky Gervais, Derek; Matt LeBlanc, Episodes; Don Cheadle, House of Lies; Louis C.K., Louie; William H. Macy, Shameless.
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series: Lena Dunham, Girls; Melissa McCarthy, Mike & Molly; Edie Falco, Nurse Jackie; Taylor Schilling, Orange Is the New Black; Amy Poehler, Parks & Recreation; Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Veep.
Outstanding Miniseries: American Horror Story: Coven, Bonnie & Clyde, Fargo, Luther, Treme, The White Queen
Outstanding Variety Show: The Colbert Report, The Daily Show, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Real Time With Bill Maher, Saturday Night Live, The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon



It's been a bad week for Robin Thicke. Following reports that his new album Paula has been selling poorly in the U.K., NME claims that less than 54 copies of the album have been sold in Australia. News.com.au reports that while no official sales figures have been released for Paula, the album failed to make the ARIA Top 500 in Australia. Meanwhile, Blondie's recent compilation release landed at #500 with 54 copies sold. Paula sold 530 copies in the U.K. and 24,000 copies in the U.S. in its first week.



After months of deliberations with series co-creator Ryan Murphy and 20th Century FOXTelevision, the network has decided that Glee's sixth and final season will consist of 13 uninterrupted episodes. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the show will return mid-season as part of FOX's 2015 lineup with plans to make the final run of the series into a big event for fans. The decision to hold Glee for a mid-season bow comes after the network trimmed its fifth season from 22 to 20 episodes due to the death of cast member Cory Monteith and low ratings.


NEW MOVIES
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes tells the story of a growing nation of genetically evolved apes threatened by a band of human survivors of the devastating virus unleashed a decade earlier. Led by Caesar, the apes reach a fragile peace with the humans, but both sides are soon brought to the brink of a war over who will be the dominate species on Earth. The film stars Gary Oldman, Keri Russell, Jason Clarke, and Kodi Smit-McPhee. Rated PG-13


Filmed over 12 years with the same cast, Richard Linklater's Boyhood is a groundbreaking story of growing up as seen through the eyes of a child named Mason, played by Ellar Coltrane, who literally grows up on screen before our eyes. The film also stars Patricia Arquette and Ethan Hawke. Rated R

FRIDAY, JULY 11

Fashion Police on E! (Jason Biggs; Jenny Mollen; Keke Palmer)

Real Time With Bill Maher on HBO (Climatologist Jason Box; author Sandra Tsing Loh; Rep. Donna F. Edwards (D-Md.); columnist Reihan Salam; author Ron Suskind)

WWE Friday Night SmackDown! on SyFy (Double main event: Chris Jericho vs. Randy Orton. Plus, Roman Reigns vs. Rusev)

David Letterman: Mark Wahlberg, Ben Falcone, Hurray for the Riff Raff (R 6/25/14)

Jimmy Fallon: Liev Schreiber, Rob Reiner, Gabriel Iglesias

Jimmy Kimmel: Melissa McCarthy, Marc Maron, Royksopp & Robyn (R 6/30/14)

Craig Ferguson: Morgan Freeman, Adam Ray (R 4/0/14)

Seth Meyers: Al Roker, Jenny Slate, Paul Haggis (R 6/19/14)

Chelsea Lately: Eric Bana, Moshe Kasher, Heather McDonald, Julian McCullough (R 6/30/14)

SATURDAY, JULY 12

Bet on Your Baby on ABC (A mom wagers on how many soccer goals her 3-year-old can make in 90 seconds; a woman guesses whether her granddaughter can drop a ball in a series of turning baskets; a 3-year-old does celebrity impressions)

HBO New Movie of the Week: Gravity .. Starring: Sandra Bullock, George Clooney, Ed Harris. The destruction of their shuttle leaves two astronauts stranded in space with no hope of rescue.

SUNDAY, JULY 13

2014 FIFA World Cup Final: Germany vs. Argentina on ABC

Rising Star on ABC

Big Brother on CBS (The two new heads of households move into their rooms and nominate two house guests for elimination; battle of the block competition)

Keeping Up With the Kardashians on E! (Khloé struggles with moving out of her house; Bruce attempts to bond with Brody; Kourtney, Kim, and Khloé head to NY to check on DASH)

True Blood on HBO (Sam, Sookie and Jason become the bearers of bad news; Pam recalls the events that led her and Eric to Shreveport; Bill and Jessica get nourishment from unexpected sources; Sookie gathers a band of vampires and humans to track down the H-Vamps)

Stan Lee's Superhumans on History 2 (A family in Vietnam claims to be shock-proof; a man inserts a meat hook into his skull)

Ray Donovan on Showtime (The head of the Los Angeles FBI demands that Ray bring Mickey in over Sully Sullivan's killing; Mickey attempts to set up a fight in Mexico; Abby forces Ray into therapy)

The Strain on FX (PREMIERE ... Dr. Ephraim Goodweather and his team investigate a plane that lands in New York City with everyone on board dead; pawnbroker Abraham Setrakian is convinced that something sinister is beginning)

The Last Ship on TNT (The ship's propulsion system suffers a catastrophic event; Chandler's leadership and ingenuity are put to the test)

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Buzzfeed has compiled a guide to what your Disney man crush says about your dating life. We hate to admit it, but some of this stuff rings pretty true. Here are five examples (for the full list, check out the link):

  • Prince Charming, Cinderella. So basic. He doesn't even have a real name. And he can't recognize Cinderella without the shoe, so he was probably drunk when he met her. You love frat bros.
  • Kristoff, Frozen. You're into introverted nerds with a soft side for animals. Not too shabby.
  • Aladdin, Aladdin. You like the types of guys who were never super popular or A-students in high school, but know how to make you laugh and show you a good time.
  • Prince Eric, The Little Mermaid. You're into the most basic beautiful men with light eyes and dark hair, and you think conversations are overrated.
  • Beast/ Prince Adam, Beauty and the Beast. You like moody, well-read individuals and always want to "help" them tame their inner beast. Good luck with that.


The good news for Justin Bieber: He isn't going to jail. The 20-year-old pop star agreed on Wednesday to complete five days of community service and an anger management program after allegedly egging his neighbor's house. Bieber's lawyer appeared in court yesterday and pled no contest to misdemeanor vandalism on behalf of his client. The Biebs was also ordered to pay $80,900 in restitution to the neighbors whose house he egged and stay away from them for two years. In a statement issued to Entertainment Tonight, Bieber's team said, "Justin is glad to get this matter resolved and behind him. He will continue to move forward focusing on his career and his music."



Stacy Dash has slammed Kanye West for having the audacity to compare getting his photo taken by paparazzi to being raped. The Clueless star, who starred in West's 2004 music video "All Falls Down," did not go easy on the rapper during an appearance on FOX News' Outnumbered. "For Kanye to say, 'rape,' maybe he needs to spend some time on Rikers Island," she said, referring to the famous New York prison. "You know, go to Rikers for a little while. And then he'll know what rape is." She dismissively added, "I don't get celebrities not understanding that the paparazzi are doing their job." Queu Kanye's response in three, two...



Miley Cyrus is allegedly dating Mike Will Made-It, one of the producers who worked on her Bangerz album. "Everybody in her circle knows they've been together this whole time," a source close to Cyrus tells Us Weekly. Meanwhile, another source dishes that the two are "pretty serious" and that they make sure to "talk and text all day, every day." The pair apparently started seeing each other shortly after Cyrus and her fiance Liam Hemsworth split in September 2013. A witness adds that the "Wrecking Ball" singer and her producer were "all over each other" at a BET Awards bash on June 28.



Meow! Elisabeth Hasselbeck didn't hold back when she called into Wednesday's FOX and Friends to give her take on reports that Rosie O'Donnell is officially returning to The View. "What could ruin a vacation more than to hear news like this?" she complained. "Talk about not securing the border. Here comes to The View the very woman who spit in the face of our military, spit in the face of her own network, and really in the face of a person who stood by her and had civilized debates for the time that she was there." In response to Elisabeth's tirade, Rosie tweeted just one word: "Shocking."




On last night's episode of The Tonight Show, Kelly Ripa and Jimmy Fallon went against each other in a new segment called Pop Quiz. Each contestant had to answer pop culture questions -- while donning pointy dunce caps and and sitting under four-gallon water balloons. If they gave the correct response, their opponent was lifted higher and brought closer to popping the balloon above them. If they gave the wrong answer, they themselves suffered the same fate. After an intense battle, Fallon ended up getting drenched.


PRIME TIME TV

Big Brother on CBS (A house guest is evicted; the head of household competition)

Last Comic Standing on NBC (Talk-show host Ellen DeGeneres puts the comics to the test; comic Wanda Sykes teaches the comics how to shine during interviews)

Hell's Kitchen on Fox (The remaining contestants use leftovers to create a dish; Better Homes & Gardens Editor Laurie Buckle chooses which dish will be featured in the magazine; the contestants face elimination)

Here Comes Honey Boo Boo on TLC (The family spends little time together without Anna and Kaitlyn around. Alana hopes their love for food will reunite them, but after game night and pottery painting fall short the family's last hope lies in the mud. Sugar Bear uses a metal detector to search for riches in the yard with Alana; Anna's dreams of a flashy wedding come to an end when June joins the couple to a possible venue.)

Leah Remini: It's All Relative on TLC (Leah and Angelo throw a party for friends who stuck by them since leaving the Church of Scientology; the two do not see eye to eye on getting rid of Sofia's swing-set)

LATE NIGHT TV

David Letterman: Michael Douglas, Paul Morrissey, Kiesza

Jimmy Fallon: Dana Carvey, Hailee Steinfeld, MAGIC!

Jimmy Kimmel: Roseanne Barr, Eric Dane, Tech N9NE (R 6/24/14)

Craig Ferguson: Carl Reiner, Valerie Azlynn

Seth Meyers: Keri Russell, Kevin Millar, Sean Casey, Michelle Wolf

Daily Show: Pre-empted

Colbert Report: Pre-empted

Chelsea Lately: Melissa McCarthy, Jeff Wild, Loni Love, Brad Wollack (R 7/2/14)

Conan O'Brien: Lisa Kudrow, George R.R. Martin, Wild Cub (R 5/13/14)

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Joan Rivers appeared on Access Hollywood Tuesday to explain why she walked out on CNN anchor Fredericka Whitfield mid-interview over the weekend. "Fifty years in the business, this is the first time I've ever walked off," she declared. "You've gotta understand -- when you interview someone, it's not an interrogation. And [Fredericka] was going at me, like, 'Why do you say this?' and 'Why do you say that?' It's like, you don't say to the Olsen twins, 'What's your favorite place to vomit?'" The 81-year-old comedian continued, "It was just [that] the questions were just coming out so negatively, and I found myself defending myself. And I thought, 'I'm a comedian!'" The interview in question made headlines Saturday after Whitfield asked Rivers why she wore fur on the cover of her new book and Rivers responded by telling her to shut up and storming off the set.



Pamela Anderson has filed for divorce from husband Rick Salomon after just six months of marriage. This is the second time that the couple has split. The former Baywatch star, 47, and Salomon, 46, tied the knot back in 2007 and split two months later on the basis of fraud. This time around, they've cited ""irreconcilable differences." Hey, the saying goes that third time's a charm...



On last night's episode of The Tonight Show, Halle Berry and Jimmy Fallon presented a cute skit called "This Is How We Roll," during which they held each others' ankles, formed a circle, then tumbled across the stage to show viewers their acrobatic skills. What man wouldn't have loved to trade places with Fallon at that moment...



In a new interview with RumorFix, Teen Mom star Farrah Abraham disses Jenelle Evans for having another baby. "I am beyond that," she declares. "In my life, women are not continually having babies and putting hardships and having the drama and putting the hardships around their children. I'm really not about living that lifestyle anymore. And I only want to make the best environment for my daughter." (Right... Because surely, your daughter loves having a porn star for a mother.) Abraham, who has been on birth control for five years, adds, "I would never go find a boyfriend right now get pregnant have a second child without a plan."



As if the addition of Gwen Stefani and Pharrell wasn't epic enough, Stevie Nicks will be joining The Voice next season as an adviser to Adam Levine's team. Billboard reports that Nicks is currently working with Levine and his 12 team members as they assign and rehearse songs for the seventh season of the show, being filmed now. NBC says that they will soon announce other advisers for the season, which premieres on the network on September 22.



The Dunphy home from ABC's hit Modern Family has sold for $2.15 million. But fans needn't worry about Phil and Claire being forced out of their house -- the space is actually only used for exterior shots and an arrangement to continue doing so will likely be worked out with the new owners. The L.A. pad boasts four bedrooms, four and a half baths, a kitchen with granite counter tops, and -- of course -- a white picket fence. Modern Family returns for its sixth season this fall.



Harry Potter is back, and he's going gray! In a new story posted yesterday on her website, author J.K. Rowling gave fans a glimpse of a grown-up boy wizard. The 1,500-word story describes Harry on the cusp of his 34th birthday, attending the final of the Quidditch World Cup with his old friends Ron and Hermione. Written in the style of a gossip column, the piece notes that Harry now sports "threads of silver" in his hair and that he and his friends are "no longer the fresh-faced teenagers they were in their heyday." A Rowling spokesperson says there are still "no plans" for a new Potter novel.


PRIME TIME TV

Big Brother on CBS (House guests vie for the power of veto)

Extant on CBS (PREMIERE ... Astronaut Molly Woods returns from a 13-month solo mission and tries to reconnect with her son and husband)

So You Think You Can Dance on Fox (The top 20 finalists perform; dancers face elimination)

Duck Dynasty on A&E (Jase and the guys get creative when Willie plans to hire an outsider to design a new Duck Commander image; Bella learns facts about nature when Phil helps her with a science project)

Catfish: The TV Show on MTV (When Brogan disappears from the Internet, then returns online after a year without question, Bianca wants to know what happened in the missing year)

Hot in Cleveland on TV Land (The ladies are surprised by how they are portrayed in a play that was written and directed by Elka)

LATE NIGHT TV

David Letterman: Clint Dempsey, Sleeper Agent

Jimmy Fallon: Kelly Ripa, Jason Clarke, Sylvan Esso

Jimmy Kimmel: Robert Pattinson, Pablo Schreiber, Nico & Vinz (R 6/12/14)

Craig Ferguson: Michael Sheen

Seth Meyers: Andy Serkis, Neon Trees

Daily Show: Pre-empted

Colbert Report: Pre-empted

Chelsea Lately: Susan Sarandon, Chris Franjola, Arden Myrin, Kurt Braunohler (R 7/3/14)

Conan O'Brien: Sharon Stone, Marc Maron, Rodrigo y Gabriela (R 5/8/14)

Watch What Happens Live: Leah Remini, Steve Guttenberg







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Us Weekly is reporting that Hollywood has a new, disgustingly good-looking couple on its hands: Sofia Vergara and Joe Manganiello. The genetically-blessed Modern Family actress, 41, and True Blood actor, 37, were spotted dining together at the Louisiana city's Li'l Dizzy's Cafe on Sunday, where eyewitnesses say "they held each other and kissed several times." Vergara and Manganiello first met at the White House Correspondents Dinner in May, but she attended with then-fiance Nick Loeb. An inside source claims that Manganiello jumped on the chance to woo her when he found out they'd broken up, dishing, "He's been smitten with her for years."



In the new issue of W magazine, Mila Kunis opens up about falling in love with Ashton Kutcher. "We all get movie star crushes," she gushes. "I'm marrying mine." But despite how sweet that sounds, the 30-year-old actress notes that she was never looking for a fairytale romance. "I never wanted to get married," she explains. "From the age of 12, I prepared my parents for no marriage. Then things changed -- I found the love of my life." Mila, who is expecting a child with her fiance Kutcher, also dishes that she plans on quitting acting when the baby comes: "I'm sure Meryl Streep has a very different point of view. But I'm excited about being a full-time mom."



Are Cameron Diaz and Benji Madden getting serious? Us Weekly reports that the couple visited Diaz's family in Orlando, Florida over Fourth of July weekend. "She goes there every summer and spends time hanging out on the beach with her aunt and her mom," an insider claims. "She is super laid back and didn't hesitate for a second to introduce him to her family." But don't expect Diaz and Madden to make it "Facebook official" anytime soon. "For her, it doesn't mean much other than she likes having him around and they are having fun together," the source explains. "He is totally into her and she is just going with the flow and seeing what happens."


Crushable has compiled a list of a dozen famous singers who have penned songs for their fellow peers in the music business. Here they are:
  • Kesha -- Most notable hit: Britney Spears' "Til the World Ends"
  • Bruno Mars -- Most notable hit: Cee Lo Green's "Forget You"
  • Prince -- Most notable hit: Sinead O'Connor's "Nothing Compares 2 U"
  • Ne-Yo -- Most notable hit: Beyonce's "Irreplaceable"
  • Jessie J -- Most notable hit: Miley Cyrus' "Party in the U.S.A."
  • Keri Hilson -- Most notable hit: Britney Spears' "Break the Ice"
  • Kanye West -- Most notable hit: Alicia Keys' "You Don't Know My Name"
  • Calvin Harris -- Most notable hit: Rihanna's "We Found Love"
  • Ed Sheeran -- Most notable hit: One Direction's "Little Things"
  • Lady Gaga -- Most notable hit: Jennifer Lopez's "Invading My Mind"
  • Frank Ocean -- Most notable hit: Beyonce's "I Miss You"
  • Lenny Kravitz -- Most notable hit: Madonna's "Justify My Love"


Jenny McCarthy and Sherri Shepherd confirmed on air yesterday that they will not be returning to The View as hosts next season. McCarthy addressed the audience first by joking that the "rumors" about her and Shepherd leaving weren't true. "We're staying!" McCarthy exclaimed, before admitting that she actually would be exiting the show. Shepherd got teary-eyed before explaining that a lot of producers have known since the spring that she didn't intend to return after after her contract ends. "You know I'm a woman of faith, and seven is the number of God's completion," Shepherd added. "I've been here seven years, and my time with The View is complete."



Nymphomaniac: Volume I, Bad Words, Rigor Mortis, 10 Rules for Sleeping Around, Jodorowsky's Dune, Nymphomaniac: Volume II, Hunting the Legend, Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa .5, Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?, Stage Fright, The Raid 2 and Don Peyote are all out on DVD today

PRIME TIME TV

Celebrity Wife Swap on ABC (The most important women in the lives of Joe Piscopo and Barry Williams trade places)

Extreme Weight Loss on ABC (A chef named David whose guilt led to excessive eating tries to lose weight and accomplish his goals; David meets UFC founder Dana White and champion fighters Vitor Belfort, Ronda Rousey and Urijah Faber)

Deadliest Catch on Discovery (The Opilio season carries on; Sig puts Mandy at the helm; Josh tries to quash a rebellion; Elliott's new girlfriend arrives; Zack feels the wrath of Wild Bill)

Catfish: The TV Show on MTV (After believing he has found his dream girl, Blake learns that she was not the person she said she was)

Finding Carter on MTV--Series Debut MTV's new scripted series mines drama from a simple premise: Carter Stevens (Kathryn Prescott) has just learned that she was kidnapped as a toddler and raised by her abductor (Milena Govich).

The '90s: The Last Great Decade on NatGeo (A new generation of tech entrepreneurs are getting rich but bombs, computer bugs and the political sex scandal, are what really end the 90's)

Inside The Walking Dead 10pm on AMC
The special offers a rare look at the show's production secrets.

LATE NIGHT TV

David Letterman: Joan Rivers, Capital Cities

Jimmy Fallon: Halle Berry, Chris Colfer, Florida Georgia Line

Jimmy Kimmel: Tony Parker, Eric Bana, Linkin Park (R 6/19/14)

Craig Ferguson: Tim Meadows

Seth Meyers: Gary Oldman, the Kratt Brothers, Jeff Koons

Daily Show: Pre-empted

Colbert Report: Pre-empted

Chelsea Lately: Gabriel Iglesias, Adam Ray, Jen Kirkman, Brad Wollack (R 6/25/14)

Conan O'Brien: Julie Bowen, Billy Eichner, Ziggy Marley (R 5/5/14)

Watch What Happens Live: Nicole Richie, Rachel Maddow


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Kanye West got booed on both Friday and Saturday while performing at London's Wireless Festival. On the first night, the rapper upset the crowd by venting for more than 10 minutes about how hard it is for him to make it in the fashion industry. "I'm not dissing Louis Vuitton, I'm not dissing the Gucci group... I'm just saying, don't discriminate against me because I'm a black man, or because I'm a celebrity, to determine that I can't create," he complained. On the second night, Kanye performed again to fill in for Drake, who pulled out due to illness. When the crowd started chanting "We want Drake," Kanye stopped the music and reminded them of his hard work ethic: "You know I go to the studio till 3 a.m. so you can listen to the music in your car." Does guy ever know when to shut up?



Jessica Simpson and Eric Johnson have finally tied the knot! People reports that the couple of four years married at the San Ysidro Ranch in Santa Barbara, California over the weekend. "We are overwhelmed with complete happiness and love having made our eternal commitment," the newlyweds said in an exclusive statement on Saturday. "To say 'I do' in front of family, friends and, most importantly, our children has been the happiest moment of our lives." Simpson reportedly wore a custom Carolina Herrera gown as she and Johnson exchanged vows in front of 250 guests. The couple's 1-year-old son Ace served as a ring bearer and their 2-year-old daughter Maxwell walked down the aisle as a flower girl
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Joan Rivers stormed out of a CNN interview this Saturday after accusing anchor Fredricka Whitfield of unfairly questioning her. The 81-year-old Fashion Police host took offense when the anchor described her fashion critiques as "mean." Defending herself, Rivers said, "I'm sure I say the same things that all your viewers say to their friends sitting next to them on the couch. These ladies make $28 million a picture. You really think that Nicki Minaj cares I didn't like her dress?" When Whitfield went on to ask her why she chose to wear a fur coat on the cover of her new book Diary of a Mad Diva, Rivers responded, "Are you wearing leather shoes? Then shut up." The agitated comedian then walked off the set, telling Whitfield, "You are not the one to interview a person who does humor, sorry."



In a new interview with Us Weekly, CeeLo Green revealed that he decided to leave The Voice because it "became a job." Explaining that his role as a coach became "very, very obligating… taxing and tiring" Green says he decided to part ways with the show amicably. "I still tip my hat to Adam [Levine] and Blake [Shelton] and those guys who continuously do it, but I think I ran my course there just naturally," Green said. The "Forget You" singer also opened up about how he got involved with the show in the first place and explained that it was Levine who contacted him first.

NEW MUSIC
This week, Australian singer and songwriter Sia releases 1000 Forms of Fear, her sixth studio album featuring "Chandelier." Meanwhile, English heavy metal act Judas Priest premieres their 17th studio album Redeemer of Souls. And pop and rock singer Richard Marx drops Beautiful Goodbye, the singer's 11th studio album.

PRIME TIME TV

The Bachelorette on ABC (Andi travels to the hometowns of Nick, Chris, Josh and Marcus; the group hears about Eric Hill's accident)

24: Live Another Day on Fox (Audrey tries to prevent a war by pursuing diplomatic channels; Jack, Kate and Mark hope to find their target before time runs out)

Hoarders on Lifetime (A massive boardwalk memorabilia hoard; a woman's collection may cost her everything; updates reveal what happened after the show)

The '90s: The Last Great Decade on NatGeo (Follow the 90's as America became divided and fragmented. A religious cult in Texas; American soldiers in Somalia; women's figure skating)

CeeLo Green's The Good Life on TBS (Preparing for an appearance on ``Conan''; helping T-Mo and Khujo pitch a children's cartoon that leaves everyone speechless)

WWE Monday Night RAW on USA (How will Triple H & Stephanie McMahon react to Roman Reigns' and Dean Ambrose's defiance?)

LATE NIGHT TV

David Letterman: Halle Berry, Steve Young, War on Drugs

Jimmy Fallon: Kiefer Sutherland, Nicole Richie, Crosby, Stills & Nash

Jimmy Kimmel: Gerard Butler, Meagan Good, Matisyahu (R 6/10/14)

Craig Ferguson: Kathy Griffin, Ingrid Michaelson

Seth Meyers: Brian Williams, Chrissy Teigen, Charli XCX

Daily Show: Pre-empted

Colbert Report: Pre-empted

Chelsea Lately: Jenna Dewan-Tatum, Jeff Wild, Loni Love, Ian Karmel (R 6/24/14)

Conan O'Brien: Martin Short, Jessica Pare, Kelis (R 5/1/14)

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Lindsay Lohan has filed a lawsuit in New York State Supreme Court against the creators of Grand Theft Auto V for using her likeness without her permission. The New York Times reports that Lohan is suing Take-Two Interactive Software and Rockstar Games over the character of Lacey Jonas, a Lohan-esque starlet whom players rescue from pursuing paparazzi. The game also features the hotel Chateau Marmont in West Hollywood, where Lohan lived during the summer of 2012 and allegedly ran up an unpaid $46,000 bill. Claiming that the game violated her right to privacy, Lohan is seeking damages to be determined by the court.




The Notebook may be one of the most romantic movies ever made, but it appears Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams had their fair share of problems on the set. In a new interview celebrating the movie's 10th anniversary, director Nick Cassavettes told VH1 that Gosling once tried to have McAdams removed from the set. "Ryan came to me...and he says, 'Would you take her out of here and bring in another actress to read off-camera with me?'" Cassavettes goes on to say that the pair worked out most of their differences in an off-camera screaming match, and the rest of the filming was "smoother sailing." We'd say the lover's quarrel paid off; the pair became an item in real life as well.



Robin Thicke has been spending a lot of his time trying to win back his estranged wife Paula Patton. But during an appearance on Good Morning America yesterday, Thicke admitted that he actually has no idea what he's doing. "I'm just kind of flying by the seat of my pants on this one," Thicks said. "I just wanted to make something artistic out of a very difficult period. When you lose the love of your life, you don't have much to hide anymore." He went on to say that Patton is the best person he's ever met, and that the least he could do was devote an album to her.



Jewel and rodeo star Ty Murray are calling it quits after six years of marriage and 16 years of being together. Jewel broke the news on her blog yesterday. "My husband, friend and partner of 16 years and I have decided to get a divorce," she wrote. "For some time, we have been engaged in a private and difficult, but thoughtful and tender undoing of ourselves. Allowing ourselves the time and space to redefine what we are to each other with love rather than malice." The couple eloped to the Bahamas in 2008 and welcomed a son, Kase, in 2011.


A week after FOX confirmed that all three judges will return for Season 14 of American Idol, Keith Urban is revealing that fellow judge Harry Connick Jr. "feels like a brother" to him—-even if their close relationships isn't as obvious as Blake Shelton and Adam Levine's on The Voice. "We're very different as people, but I love his heart and I love his musicality. I love his sense of humor," Urban said. The "Cop Car" singer also defended the show's third judge, Jennifer Lopez, against rumors that she is a diva. "I think the word 'diva' gets misused a lot of times by people," Urban explained.


PRIME TIME TV

Big Brother on CBS (A house guest is evicted; the head of household competition)

Hell's Kitchen on Fox (The six remaining chefs receive their black jackets and prepare tailgate food for football fans; tempers flare during dinner service)

Last Comic Standing on NBC (The top 100 funniest jokes of the season so far)

Here Comes Honey Boo Boo on TLC (Alana's favorite summer memories, from ice blocking to digging mud pits and kissing giraffes)

LATE NIGHT TV

David Letterman: Jim Parsons, Julie Chen, Hozier (R 5/13/14)

Jimmy Fallon: James McAvoy, Amy Schumer, tUnE-yArDs (R 5/9/14)

Jimmy Kimmel: Jessica Alba, Ben Falcone, Sia

Craig Ferguson: Jon Hamm, Pam Dawber (R 4/8/14)

Seth Meyers: Mike Myers, Shep Gordon, Whitney Cummings, Tove Lo (R 6/18/14)

Carson Daly: Tamron Hall, Warm Soda, Birth of Joy (R 4/2/14)

Daily Show: Keira Knightley (R 6/25/14)

Colbert Report: Ta-Nehisi Coates (R 6/16/14)

Chelsea Lately: Susan Sarandon, Chris Franjola, Arden Myrin, Kurt Braunohler

Conan O'Brien: Aaron Paul, Maggie Q, Ian Carmel (R 3/12/14)

NEW MOVIES
Deliver Us From Evil (Rated R) ... Starring: Eric Bana, Joel McHale. New York police officer Ralph Sarchie (Eric Bana), struggling with his own personal issues, begins investigating a series of disturbing and inexplicable crimes. He joins forces with an unconventional priest (Edgar Ramirez), schooled in the rituals of exorcism, to combat the frightening and demonic possessions that are terrorizing their city. Based upon the book, which details Sarchie's bone-chilling real-life cases.



Earth to Echo (Rated PG) ... Starring: Teo Halm, Brian "Astro" Bradley. In Relativity's PG summer family adventure movie, Tuck, Munch and Alex are a trio of inseparable friends whose lives are about to change. Their neighborhood is being destroyed by a highway construction project that is forcing their families to move away. But just two days before they must part ways, the boys begin receiving a strange series of signals on their phones. Convinced something bigger is going on, they team up with another school friend, Emma, and set out to look for the source of their phone signals. What they discover is something beyond their wildest imaginations: a small alien who has become stranded on Earth. In need of their help, the four friends come together to protect the alien and help him find his way home. This journey, full of wonder and adventure, is their story, and their secret.


Tammy (Rated R) ... Starring: Melissa McCarthy, Susan Sarandon. Dan Aykroyd, Kathy Bates. Tammy (Melissa McCarthy) is having a bad day. She's totaled her clunker car, gotten fired from her thankless job at a greasy burger joint, and instead of finding comfort at home, finds her husband getting comfortable with the neighbor in her own house. It's time to take her boom box and book it. The bad news is she's broke and without wheels. The worse news is her grandma, Pearl (Susan Sarandon), is her only option—with a car, cash, and an itch to see Niagara Falls. Not exactly the escape Tammy had in mind. But on the road, with grandma riding shot gun, it may be just what Tammy needs.


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Did Beyonce just admit that Jay Z cheated on her? Video has emerged of the singer performing the track "Resentment" during the couple's On the Run Tour stop in Ohio Saturday. Fans quickly noticed that while belting out the song, which is about a woman being cheated on, Bey tweaked some of the lyrics. She sang, "Been riding with you for 12 years" instead of the original words, "Been riding with you for six years." She also sang, "I gotta look at her in her eyes and see she's had half of me/ She ain't even half of me / That b**ch will never be," instead of "I gotta look at her in her eyes and see she's had half of me." Hmmm... maybe there is a good reason that Bey's sister Solange attacked Jay Z in the elevator.



Robin Williams has checked into rehab for continued sobriety. "After working back-to-back projects, Robin is simply taking the opportunity to fine-tune and focus on his continued commitment, of which he remains extremely proud," his representative tells the Huffington Post. The 62-year-old actor is currently at Hazelden Addiction Treatment Center in Minnesota in a program aimed at maintaining long-term sobriety. He will remain there for several weeks. Williams has struggled with cocaine and alcohol addiction since the '80s. Back in 2006, he entered rehab for alcoholism after 20 years of sobriety.



In a recent interview with HuffPost Live, Nick Cannon dropped a freestyle about Robin Thicke's cheating ways. Calling Thicke a "baller" and "shot caller," Cannon notes that the "Get Her Back" singer was the one who screwed up. "You the one with blurred lines / Y'all should've seen it coming, I call them blurred signs," Cannon said. Cannon's interview partner Anthony "Chico" Bean goes on to add another line that's a bit more graphic. Thicke is currently promoting his new album Paula and will perform on ABC's Good Morning America, The View and Jimmy Kimmel Live! today.



How would you react if your husband cheated on you with a transgender model? Kendra Wilkinson flushed her wedding ring down the toilet. Just five weeks after giving birth to daughter Alijah, Wilkinson laughed off the rumors that hubby Hank Baskett had cheated. But once Wilkinson discovered an unexplained and damning charge on his credit card, she "flipped out." According to Us Weekly, she punched walls in their home, threw their 2009 wedding photos into the pool and even pulled off her wedding ring, flushing it down the toilet.



NBC released a new teaser trailer for their Miley Cyrus: Bangerz Tour special yesterday. Featuring Cyrus' song "Ima Do My Thang," the clip shows snippets of the singer's tour and hints that the special will feature more behind-the-scenes footage from her stop in Barcelona, Spain. Miley Cyrus: Bangerz Tour airs from 9-11 p.m. on Sunday, July 6.


PRIME TIME TV

Big Brother on CBS (House guests vie for the power of veto)

So You Think You Can Dance on Fox (The top 20 dancers tackle their first performance show; Jason Derulo and Snoop Dogg perform)

Duck Dynasty on A&E (Willie and his brothers spend the day training with the West Monroe Fire Department; Phil becomes unsettled when Miss Kay begins looking at burial plots)

Hot in Cleveland on TV Land (Melanie is pushed into going on a date with Ross Barkley; Joy hides her feelings for Mitch)

Catfish: The TV Show on MTV (Jeff is convinced that he has found his dream girl, but he grows suspicious and wants to meet in person)

LATE NIGHT TV

David Letterman: Kid scientists, Sarah Silverman, We Are Scientists (R 5/20/14)

Jimmy Fallon: Tom Cruise, Kendall & Kylie Jenner, Chrissie Hynde (R 6/4/14)

Jimmy Kimmel: Susan Sarandon, Ramon Rodriguez, Robin Thicke

Craig Ferguson: Scarlett Johanssen, Maz Jobrani (R 3/26/14)

Seth Meyers: Wanda Sykes, Piper Perabo, Stromae (R 6/16/14)

Daily Show: Daniel Schulman (R 6/17/14)

Colbert Report: John Green (R 6/23/14)

Chelsea Lately: Melissa McCarthy, Jeff Wild, Loni Love, Brad Wollack

Conan O'Brien: Ricky Gervais, Gillian Jacobs, Goo Goo Dolls (R 3/11/14)

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X17 Online is reporting that Shia LaBeouf has checked himself into "a celebrity-frequented treatment facility in Hollywood." They claim that they spotted the actor carrying an Alcoholics Anonymous book and then followed him to the private facility. "Shia was nervous; he didn't look good all morning," X17 Online's photographer dishes. "He was looking down and wasn't even talking to his driver. It looked like he didn't want to do it, but he knew he had to." LaBeouf made headlines over the weekend when he was arrested midway through a live Broadway performance of Cabaret late last week for, among other things, slapping lead actor Alan Cumming in the rear and shouting "Do you know who the f**k I am?" to security.



People magazine has named Joe Manganiello as Hollywood's hottest bachelor. The 37-year-old actor, who plays ridiculously sexy werewolf Alcide on HBO's True Blood, is currently single -- and very open to finding love. "I'm at my best when I have someone to wake up next to," he admits to the magazine. "I am part Sicilian. I am passionate. I am a hot-blooded person. If you don't like spicy, then maybe I'm not for you." Manganiello also reveals that his favorite part of a woman is her scent. "I'm big into smell," he says. "It's funny I got cast as a werewolf. There's something about the smell on that part of a woman's neck where it meets the jaw, ahhhh! It's heaven."



Selena Gomez is turning 22 on July 22 -- and she plans on having an epic birthday party that includes on-again-off-again boyfriend Justin Bieber. But E! News reports that the pop star is already facing backlash from her friends. "No one wants [the Biebs] to go. All her friends want him out of the picture and just want her to have a relaxing birthday with no trouble and they think he's going to dominate her attention," a source dishes. "She doesn't seem to care that he spends time with other women and isn't always honest with her. She's hypnotized. Her friends just want her to enjoy herself for her birthday, but if Justin attends it might complicate matters." Sigh. Can these two just call it quits for good already?



Tammy star Melissa McCarthy made an appearance on last night's episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live!, where she recounted how L.A. Dodgers' pitcher Brian Wilson psyched her out before she threw the first pitch at Dodger Stadium. The actress dished that when she asked him for tips on pitching, Wilson informed her, "Just know that whatever you do out there will affect us for the rest of the season."



A "well-placed insider" tells FOX411 that former View host Rosie O'Donnell is returning to the show in the wake of Jenny McCarthy and Sherri Shepherd's recently announced departures. "The network executives really wanted Rosie back," the insider said. "They're confident she has what it takes to add some controversy and drive the ratings up. It is a smart fit." O'Donnell previously left the show in 2007 after just one season, during which she famously clashed with co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck. Whoopi Goldberg is the only remaining host under contract.



Afflicted, Escape to Athena, Good Sam, The Lunch Box, So This Is New York and Vinyl are all out on DVD today

Celebrity Wife Swap on ABC (Comic Judy Gold's fiancee, Elisa, trades lives with Emily, illusionist Penn Jillette's wife)

Extreme Weight Loss on ABC (Melissa, a mother who turned to food after her Army veteran husband committed suicide, asks Chris and Heidi for help; chef Rocco DiSpirito teaches Melissa about nutrition)

America's Got Talent on NBC (Hopefuls perform for the judges)

Deadliest Catch on Discovery (The fleet has doubts about a woman's place on a crab boat; the Northwestern crew trains the new recruit: Sig's daughter)

Abby's Studio Rescue on Lifetime (Abby travels to Northridge, Calif. to help another dance studio; the owner takes offense to Abby's critique and kicks her out)

LATE NIGHT TV

David Letterman: Paul Rudd, Jeff Altman, John Doe (R 6/19/14)

Jimmy Fallon: Hugh Jackman, Jimmy Page, Barry Gibb, Josh Kaufman (R 5/21/14)

Jimmy Kimmel: Dane Cook, Mark Duplass, Trey Songz

Craig Ferguson: Kristen Bell, Michael McMillan (R 3/13/14)

Seth Meyers: John Oliver, Natasha Lyonne, Paolo Nutini (R 6/11/14)

Daily Show: Bill Maher (R 6/23/14)

Colbert Report: Jay Carney (R 6/19/14)

Chelsea Lately: Kevin Hart, John Caparulo, Jenny Mollen, Sarah Colonna (R 6/23/14)

Conan O'Brien: Betty White, Jason Momoa, American Authors (R 3/4/14)


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