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A lot of people thought Lady Gaga's song "Born This Way" sounded a little too much like Madonna's "Express Yourself" -- including Madonna. Madge even indirectly took a shot at Gaga's copycat song by performing it during her 2012 MDNA tour. In a new interview, Gaga addresses the cover, saying that it "floored" her and claiming she doesn't care if it was meant as a diss: "All it meant to me was that Madonna Ciccone was singing my song on her stage... and, as a punk rocker from New York, I've basically been hoping that I would become so good that one day I would piss off Madonna!" Wait, so now Lady Gaga is a "punk rocker"?


In an new interview with Esquire, George Clooney candidly addresses his relationship with Russell Crowe, who picked a fight by calling Clooney a "sellout" and a "Frank Sinatra wannabe." Clooney says he sent Crowe a note stating, "Dude, the only people who succeed when two famous people are fighting is People magazine. What the f**k is wrong with you?" He notes that Crowe sent him a book of his own poetry as an apology, claiming he was misquoted. Clooney's response? "Yeah, yeah. Whatever." Clooney also disses Leonardo DiCaprio and his basketball crew, claiming that Leo and his pals talked a big game and then got shut out by Clooney and his friends three games in a row. "You don’t talk s**t unless you can play," says Clooney.

Man of Steel, Turbo, Paradise, Prince Avalanche, Ambushed, Blackfish, The Citizen, Buffalo Girls, Frances Ha, IP Man: The Final Fight, I Declare War and Rising From Ashes are all out on DVD today
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. on ABC (Dangerous secrets are hidden from the team as Fitz and Ward are sent on a classified mission that may end tragically)
Scandal for Real: The Top 10 Political Scandals of the Century on ABC (The top 10 biggest political scandals)
NCIS on CBS (The team is forced to take another look at a hit-and-run murder case; McGee becomes suspicious of Tony's unusual behavior)
NCIS: Los Angeles on CBS (The team must locate and retrieve a stolen antiterrorism device before the city is attacked; Hetty is haunted by her past)
The Biggest Loser on NBC (The contestants prepare healthy dishes for season 14's kid ambassadors; one team works with a group of cancer survivors; weigh-in)
The Voice on NBC (Ten contestants move to the next phase; Sara Bareilles performs)
Brooklyn Nine-Nine on Fox (Jake gets to spend the day with his hero, a former crime reporter; Terry and Charles work with Rosa on how she comes across on the witness stand)
Shahs of Sunset on Bravo (Asa visits the Diamond Water bottling plant; Reza and Adam decide to move in together; GG pressures her boyfriend into making a commitment; MJ and Lilly meet face-to-face, leaving the others to choose sides)
Sons of Anarchy on FX (Jax looks to push the club forward, but the Irish put another obstacle in his way)
Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition on Lifetime (The week's theme is ``Alice in Wonderland''; one mother sabotages the other dancers; the dancers strive to make it to the final three)
Snooki & JWOWW on MTV (Snooki and Jenni have a girls weekend in Atlantic City, N.J.; the guys are left to watch Lorenzo, but Jionni gets Janis to babysit so they can play paintball)

David Letterman: Michael J. Fox, Lorde
Jay Leno: Matt Lauer, Carrot Top, Cults
Jimmy Kimmel: Robin Williams, the Killers
Craig Ferguson: Ron Perlman, Lupita Nyong'o
Jimmy Fallon: Mariah Carey, Malcolm Gladwell, Capital Cities
Carson Daly: Jonas Cuaron, the Flaming Lips
Tavis Smiley: Steve Tyrell
Daily Show: Joe Scarborough
Colbert Report: David Christian
Chelsea Lately: Avril Lavigne, Josh Wolf, April Richardson, Loni Love
Conan O'Brien: Dax Shepard, Regina Hall, Sean Patton
Arsenio Hall: Patricia Heaton, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Childish Gambino

The thought of this cult classic movie presented as a Broadway show is simply…


Disney Theatrical has embarked on a stage adaptation of The Princess Bride — and we couldn't be more excited!

The adventures of Westley, Buttercup, Fezzik, Inigo Montoya, Prince Humperdinck, and the Man in Black will be developed into an upcoming play or a musical, for realz!

The iconic 1987 Rob Reiner directed flick featured an amazing cast that included Cary Elwes, Robin Wright, Mandy Patinkin, Wallace Shawn, Billy Crystal and Carole Kane, among others!

So we can't wait to see what kind of phenom talent they'll find for the live version!

No production timeline has been set yet, but it's being grouped with other shows Disney has in the works — including Shakespeare in Love, Alice in Wonderland, Dumbo and Freaky Friday!

We know it's a little early to cast, but wouldn't Taylor Swift and Chord Overstreet make darling leads for this film's foray into The Great White Way!?

All of us wonder, hope, wish and NEED more news about this project ASAP!

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