Back when Paul Rudd and Jon Hamm were teenagers, they competed in a game of Trivial Pursuit to win one girl's heart, according to a new Vanity Fair profile of Hamm. Rudd and Hamm both had crushes on a girl named Sarah Clarke (who would go on to star in 24), and attempted to win her over using their smarts. "Sarah and I were on one team and Jon and Preston (Clarke's brother) were on the other team," recalls Rudd. "Jon would want to go right to Yellow, which was History, and I was like, 'Oh, great, this guy is smart too.' They would ask a question like 'What is the largest lake in Africa?,' and Jon immediately went, 'Lake Victoria.' I felt so emasculated in the game that, as a result, I started reading atlases." Hamm ended up taking her to prom.
In what sounds like a musical match made in Girl Power Heaven, country star Miranda Lambert confessed that she would love to work with Beyoncé. “I’m a huge Beyoncé fan, but I would never dare tread that water because I’d be too nervous” Lambert told People when asked who she would like to duet with. Lambert also said she would love to collaborate with friend Kelly Clarkson. While we’d gladly take a song from either pair, we can’t help but hope Lambert gets over her nerves and chats with Bey.
In a new interview with Ryan Seacrest, Justin Timberlake revealed that ’N Sync’s mega-hit “Gone” was actually intended for the King of Pop. Calling into On Air with Ryan Seacrest on Tuesday, Timberlake chatted about his new song with Michael Jackson, "Love Never Felt So Good," and explained, “Interestingly enough, there were songs on the last ’N Sync album--one song in particular, 'Gone'--originally I wrote that song for Michael.” Timberlake went on to say that he’s always been a big fan of Jackson, and that it was just by chance that ’N Sync ended up recording the track itself.
It's Time For 'Ewww' On Jimmy Fallon ... Jimmy, Seth Rogen and Zac Efron play Sarah, Allison and Britney and gossip in Sara's basement.
Modern Family on ABC (Jay, Gloria and Manny challenge one another to try something new; Mitch and Cam sell a couple of their prized possessions to fund the wedding; the kids play a joke on Phil and Claire)
Nashville on ABC (After learning that Luke has been injured in Afghanistan and must cut his tour short, Rayna arranges a charity concert at Fort Campbell; Maddie and Deacon's new course for the future brings them closer together; Juliette struggles with guilt)
Survivor on CBS (During a challenge, castaways try to earn a spot in the final five; paranoia threatens a player's stake in the game; a confidant is lured by another alliance)
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation on CBS (FINALE .. The CSIs investigate a crime that has ties to a 25-year-old mob heist; Brass is faced with a decision when his daughter tries to commit suicide)
Chicago PD on NBC (Cmdr. Perry notifies the unit that Pulpo has been released to help with a case; Ruzek gets difficult news; when a bit of Lindsay's past resurfaces, Voight reminds her how far she's come)
American Idol on Fox (The four remaining finalists perform)
Catfish: The TV Show on MTV (After meeting Zoe on Facebook, she begins demanding passwords and hacking accounts)
Deal With It on TBS (Howie Mandel and Kevin Nealon ... Cutesy Pie: a contestant is instructed to lock lips with a friend; End Times: a contestant must convince her friend that a meteor is coming toward earth)
Unusually Thicke on TV Guide (Alan faces a major dilemma when the annual charity hockey tournament falls on the same weekend as Tanya's 20th high school reunion. America's favorite dad is forced to reassess his priorities)
Hot in Cleveland on TV Land (The women are assessed to see if they can adopt a puppy; Elka's relationships with Mamie and Roy take a turn)
David Letterman: Mariah Carey, Rick Harrison
Jimmy Fallon: Zac Efron, Guy Fieri, Sarah McLachlan
Jimmy Kimmel: Pharrell Williams
Craig Ferguson: Patton Oswalt, Megan Boone
Seth Meyers: Sarah Jessica Parker, Anna Wintour, Rich Eisen, the 1975
Carson Daly: Marc Maron, Kaiser Chiefs, Chuck E. Weiss
Daily Show: Seth Rogen
Colbert Report: David Remnick
At Midnight: Marc Maron, Nate Bargatze, Natasha Leggero
Chelsea Lately: Arianna Huffington, Kevin Christy, Whitney Cummings, Josh Wolf
Conan O'Brien: Sharon Osbourne, Paul F. Tompkins, Emily Heller
Watch What Happens Live: Maury Povich, Connie Chung
Arsenio Hall: Bill Cosby, Jerrika Hinton