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It looks like Beyonce isn't flawless after all. New video has emerged that reveals her lip-syncing during her and Jay Z's recent concert in Paris. During her performance of "Partition," Bey can be seen reaching down to greet fans in the pit and pulling the mic away from her face. However, her voice mysteriously continues to be heard belting out the song. In the footage, Beyonce seems unfazed by the flub as she quickly puts the mic back up to her lips and returns to "singing." Back in January 2013, Beyonce admitted that she lip-synced the National Anthem at the presidential inauguration.



On last night's episode of the Tonight Show, Voice judges Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton went up against Jimmy Fallon in a lip-sync battle. Each contestant chose their own two songs. In round one, Shelton lip-synced Taco's "Puttin' on the Ritz, Fallon took on Ellie Goulding's "Burn" and Stefani delivered Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe." For round two, Shelton diva'd out to Starship's "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now" and Fallon tried out Spike Jones' "Cocktails for Two." Best of all, after Stefani chose "Endless Love" for her final song and started lip-syncing to Lionel Richie's lines, Shelton volunteered his efforts for Diana Ross' part, which resulted in a collaborative, semi-romantic performance.



Sharon Osbourne has claimed that U2 gave away their new album for free to Apple users because no one cares enough to buy it. "U2 you are business moguls not musicians anymore," Osbourne wrote on Twitter yesterday morning. "No wonder you have to give your mediocre music away for free cause no one wants to buy it." The Talk co-host went on to wonder how much the band is making off of the Apple deal, before calling them "a bunch of middle age political groupies." "Whose political a** are we going to pull you out of today?" Osbourne continued. "Or are you front row at another tragic fashion show?"


PRIME TIME TV

Thursday Night Football on CBS (Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Atlanta Falcons)

The Biggest Loser on NBC (As the trainers and contestants get to know each other, one player refuses to discuss what led to her weight gain; the contestants race through an obstacle course carrying a punching bag; Dr. Huizenga meets with the players; weigh-in)

Project Runway on Lifetime (The designers are tasked with creating age-appropriate looks for their young models based on the American Girl Historical Character line)

Dating Naked on VH1 (A new-age hippie and a sexual healer want to get married)

LATE NIGHT TV

David Letterman: Mike Myers, Bonnie McFarlane, John Fullbright (R 8/28/14)

Jimmy Fallon: Billy Crystal, Rose Byrne, Nobu Matsuhisa, Lecrae

Jimmy Kimmel: Kaley Cuoco, Anthony Anderson, Bastille

Craig Ferguson: Sharon Osbourne, Carmen Lynch

Seth Meyers: Julianna Margulies, Viggo Mortensen, Randy Liedtke

Colbert Report: Terry Gilliam

Conan O'Brien: Hank Azaria, Tegan & Sara

Watch What Happens Live: Liam Neeson, John Benjamin Hickey

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It's a girl for Eva Mendes and Ryan Gosling! Multiple sources confirm to Us Weekly that Mendes delivered a baby girl on Friday, although no other details--including the baby's name or where she was born--have been made public so far. Mendes kept a low profile during her pregnancy, last making a red-carpet appearance in February at a dinner honoring the late Elizabeth Taylor. Mendes and Gosling have been dating since meeting on the set of The Place Beyond the Pines in 2011. That same year, Gosling said, "I'll make movies until I make babies."




Leonardo DiCaprio has been named a UN Messenger of Peace, a job that will see him trotting the globe to advocate for the environment. DiCaprio joins figures such as Stevie Wonder, Michael Douglas and George Clooney, who use their high profile to advocate for global issues. UN Secretary- said on Tuesday that DiCaprio will use his position to focus on climate change. DiCaprio said in a statement that climate change "will likely determine the fate of humanity and our planet."




A new live CD/DVD of Whitney Houston will be released on November 10. Whitney Houston Live: Her Greatest Performances will feature the late singer's first public performance, as well as one of her last. Clive Davis, who produced the album, told the AP that it "shows why she is at the absolute historic top rank up there with Aretha Franklin and Barbra Streisand as the greatest singers of our lifetime." The album includes footage from Houston's 1983 performance on The Merv Griffin Show.


Big Brother on CBS (A house guest is evicted)

America's Got Talent on NBC (Finale ... Nick Cannon reveals the winner; scheduled performers include Ed Sheeran, Jennifer Hudson, Lenny Kravitz, Pitbull and Train)

Hell's Kitchen on Fox (Ramsay uses a unique recipe challenge to strengthen team communication; the teams work together to prepare a dinner service with special guests, including TV host Wendy Williams)

Red Band Society on Fox (Adults at the Los Angeles' Ocean Park Hospital lead an unlikely group of rebellious friends through adolescence)

Wahlburgers on A&E (Alma becomes worried when Paul takes up woodworking as a hobby; Johnny Drama and his funk band are scheduled to perform at the Boston premiere of Mark's new film)

David Letterman: Michael Cera, dock diving dogs, Lyle Lovett (R 8/25/14)

Jimmy Fallon: Liam Neeson, Terry Gilliam

Jimmy Kimmel: Ty Burrell, Len Goodman, Paolo Nutini

Craig Ferguson: Paul Reiser, Aimee Garcia

Seth Meyers: Tina Fey, Adam Pally, Grouplove

Daily Show: Zephyr Teachout

Colbert Report: Viggo Mortensen

Conan O'Brien: Marisa Tomei, Jim Jefferies, Old Crow Medicine Show

Watch What Happens Live: Jessica Chastain, Craig Ferguson

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Kanye West wants everybody to know that he's not sorry for calling out two concertgoers for remaining seated when he'd asked them to dance -- despite the fact that they were in wheelchairs. In an epic rant during his Sunday concert in Brisbane, Australia, the rapper referenced the time he apologized on the TODAY show for interrupting Taylor Swift's VMAs acceptance speech and declared, "Don't try to force me into some, like, fake apology or something like last time I was on the show." Kanye also bemoaned the media's portrayal of him: "Take a step back and look at this. I'm a married, Christian man with a family. At my concerts, I make sure everybody has as good of a time as possible."



Bill Murray made a surprise appearance at a birthday party on Saturday in Charleston, South Carolina, where he thrilled guests by shaking his booty to Lil Jon's "Turn Down for What." The actor was invited to the bash by Marvin Larry Reynolds, who offered to share the celebration with Murray since they both have September birthdays. Murray accepted the offer, despite never having met Reynolds. (The two do have a friend in common: a local chef named Brett McKee, who posted the video of Murray dancing on Facebook.) Murray often visits Charleston, where he owns a home and a minor-league baseball team.



For the second time this year, Rob Kardashian has taken to Twitter to post about spending time with his son, only to quickly delete the online messages. On Sunday night, the reality star tweeted to his 5 million followers: "I'm about to go pick up my Son from the port and can't wait to watch a great movie with him. Suggestions anyone ??? He's 6." The first time that Rob tweeted a reference to his son was in July, after which he denied being a father and claimed he was joking. This time around, he has been mum.



Conan O'Brien's TBS talk show next week will feature five days of George Harrison covers performed by artists including Beck, Norah Jones and Dhani Harrison. The celebration of the late Beatle is being dubbed "George Harrison week" and coincides with the release of a box set of Harrison's early solo work, Rolling Stone reports. More performers for Conan are expected to be announced soon.



Will Ferrell will return to the screen as the monomaniacal fashion mogul Mugatu in the upcoming Zoolander 2 sequel, the comedian has revealed. Ferrell told website JoBlo that actors in the new film are supposed to be doing a read-through of the script "soon," and that "Mugatu is part of it." Fans have long called for a sequel of Zoolander, which did not meet box office expectations but grew into a cult favorite later on.



Godzilla, Think Like a Man Too and The Fault in Our Stars are all out on DVD today

Dancing With the Stars on ABC (Smokey Robinson performs; a couple is eliminated)

America's Got Talent on NBC (The final six acts perform one final time)

Big Brother on CBS (House guests compete for head of household)

New Girl on Fox (The friends make a pact to each get lucky at their final wedding of the season; Winston recovers from his police academy training; Coach realizes he has already hooked up with every woman at the party)

The Mindy Project on Fox (Mindy and Danny try to set office relationship boundaries; Jeremy works on organizing a charity event with Peter's girlfriend; Morgan's cousin visits the office)

Married at First Sight on BIO (Host Kevin Frasier and the four Married At First Sight experts get the chance to catch up with the couples and ask them the questions America wants answered)

The Jennie Garth Project on HGTV (Jennie starts the renovation of a 1970s ranch home in Studio City, Calif., but must reevaluate her plan after a costly repair)

19 Kids and Counting on TLC (Jim Bob puts Ben to work with a list of jobs for his first day on Duggar duty; Jill and Derick go wedding band shopping)

David Letterman: Tina Fey, Moody McCarthy, Kevin Drew (R 9/5/14)

Jimmy Fallon: Julianna Margulies, Jerry Lewis, Public Enemy

Jimmy Kimmel: Keegan-Michael Key & Jordan Peele, David Muir, Fall Out Boy

Craig Ferguson: Terry Bradshaw, Joel Stein

Seth Meyers: Octavia Spencer, James Ellroy

Carson Daly: Nicholas Stoller, Cerebral Ballzy, Theo Von (R 5/6/14)

Daily Show: Bill Hader

Colbert Report: Unlocking the Truth

At Midnight: Kevin Smith, Justin Long, Jen Kirkman

Conan O'Brien: Kevin Nealon, Dr. Jennifer Berman, Nick Griffin

Watch What Happens Live: The cast of "Million Dollar Listing: Los Angeles"

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Talk about awkward. Kanye West stopped in the middle of his Sydney, Australia, show on Friday to call out two audience members for remaining seated when he'd asked them to dance -- only to find out that they were in wheelchairs. "I decided I can't do this song," the rapper declared. "I can't do the rest of the show until everybody stands up. Unless you got a handicap pass and you get special parking and s**t." The rapper realized his mistake when the woman sitting down waved her prosthetic limb at him. Meanwhile, fans near the second fan tried to communicate with Kanye by making "wheelchair motions." However, Kanye refused to continue the show until one of his entourage members confirmed that the man was indeed unable to stand up.



In the new issue of Porter magazine, Martha Stewart makes it very clear that she isn't impressed by Gwyneth Paltrow and her lifestyle brand Goop. "She just needs to be quiet -- she's a movie star," Stewart says. "If she were confident in her acting, she wouldn't be trying to be Martha Stewart." Oh snap! Stewart also takes on actress Taylor Schilling, who stars in Netflix's hit show Orange Is the New Black. Having spent time in prison herself, Stewart says the dramedy about women behind bars had the potential to be stellar, but that Schilling "is not good enough" to have been cast as the series' lead actress. Ouch.


Dancing With the Stars on ABC

American Ninja Warrior on NBC (Contestants from the U.S. face teams from Japan and Europe on the Las Vegas finals course)

America's Next Top Model on The CW (Tyra helps the models prepare for a sexy photo shoot; unexpected chemistry sparks between two models before a challenge involving stilts; a model breaks a house rule after a night of partying)

MasterChef on Fox (The final three contestants create dishes for a panel of judges representing all 50 states; two cooks face a pressure test with classic American desserts; the judges choose a winner)

Monday Night Football on ESPN (Philadelphia Eagles at Indianapolis Colts)

WWE Monday Night RAW on USA (Brock Lesnar returns to confront John Cena before this Sunday's Night of Champions)

Jimmy Fallon: Barbra Streisand

Jimmy Kimmel: Jane Fonda, Ike Barinholtz, Mastodon

Craig Ferguson: Kevin Bacon, the Bacon Brothers

Seth Meyers: Bill Hader, Rep. Nancy Pelosi, Walk the Moon

Carson Daly: Sophia Amoruso, L.P., Ume (R 5/5/14)

Daily Show: Ken Burns

Colbert Report: Mindy Kaling

Conan O'Brien: Timothy Olyphant, Nasim Pedrad, Passenger

Watch What Happens Live: Connie Britton, Justin Long

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Sara Gilbert is pregnant! The Roseanne alum and current Talk co-host has announced that she and her songwriter wife Linda Perry are expecting their first child. Gilbert revealed the news during yesterday's episode of The Talk, when she refused to face her fear of a cinderblock being broken on her stomach during their "Face Your Fears" week. "I was scared to do it and I really believe in facing your fears," Gilbert explained. "But I actually can't do the dare because I'm pregnant." Gilbert, who tied the know with Perry in March, already shares 9-year-old son Levi and 7-year-old daughter Sawyer with her ex-partner Alison Adler.



David Bowie will release a career-spanning box set in November that will feature both classic tracks and new music. Nothing Has Changed, which comes out in a variety of formats on November 18, will include "Sue (or In a Season of Crime)," an eight-minute single recorded specifically for the compilation with the help of Bowie's longtime collaborator Tony Visconti. That track marks Bowie's first new material since last year's comeback album, The Next Day. "Sue" and its B-side, "Tis a Pity She's a Whore," will be issued as a separate digital single on November 18, and can also be purchased on 10-inch vinyl for Record Store Day's Black Friday event on November 28.


Big Brother on CBS (A house guest is evicted)

America's Got Talent on NBC (The final six acts are revealed; Jackie Evancho performs)

Hell's Kitchen on Fox (PREMIERE ... Ramsay splits the 18 aspiring chefs into two teams and asks them to present their signature dishes; the winning team spends time with Ramsay and chef Wolfgang Puck, while the losers set up the living arrangements; Geoduck sashimi challenge.)

Wahlburgers on A&E (Paul visits an oyster farm and attends a skateboarding event for his son; Mark wants Paul to meet a city developer to discuss a restaurant location; Paul becomes worried when Alma shares candid childhood stories with a visiting reporter)

LATE NIGHT TV

David Letterman: Dr. Phil McGraw, Katharine McPhee, Death From Above 1979

Jimmy Fallon: Hugh Jackman, Nick Offerman, Luke Bryan

Jimmy Kimmel: Queen Latifah, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Panama Wedding

Craig Ferguson: Carrie Ann Inaba, Lawrence Block

Seth Meyers: Connie Britton, Vance Joy

Daily Show: Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon

Colbert Report: Henry Kissinger

Conan O'Brien: Seth Green, Leslie Bibb, Sturgill Simpson

Watch What Happens Live: Steve Harvey, Nick Jonas

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In celebration of kicking off the U.S. leg of her world tour, Demi Lovato has announced that fans can download her Demi album for free for one week via Google Play. "Hey Everyone! I want to thank you so much for supporting my album Demi," Lovato says in a new video posted last night. "It's been an amazing year and I'm still really, really proud of it." Lovato goes on to say that the Google Play version of the album includes her cover of Ed Sheeran's song "Give Me Love." Additionally, Lovato will participate in a Google+ Hangout at 7 p.m. ET tonight.



Prince George is going to be a big brother! Kensington Palace confirmed yesterday that Prince William and his wife, the former Kate Middleton, are expecting their second child. Duchess Kate is reportedly experiencing acute morning sickness, as she did with George, who is now 13 months old. Prime Minister David Cameron said he was "delighted by the happy news that they're expecting another baby," and British press are reporting that the pregnancy has not yet passed the 12-week mark. Whenever Queen Elizabeth perishes, Prince Charles will be first in line for the throne, followed by William, then George. In responding to the news, Prince Harry quipped, "I can't wait to see my brother suffer more."



Surprise! Long-engaged couple Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka finally said "I do" on Saturday at a hush-hush wedding in Italy. "We happily confirm that Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka were married in Italy in an intimate ceremony surrounded by their close friends and family," Harris' rep confirmed. The two grooms each wore a custom Tom Ford tuxedo for the ceremony, which was officiated by Harris' How I Met Your Mother director, Pamela Fryman. The couple's twins, 3-year-old Grace and Gideon, also took part in the ceremony, while the reception featured a performance by Elton John.



Pink will be showing a more folk-influenced side of her voice with You + Me, a new collaboration with City and Colour's Dallas Green. Billboard reports that the duo have released the first single from their debut album Rose Ave., which will be released on October 14 via RCA. "You and Me" is a hushed, acoustic love song that was recorded, along with the rest of the album, over the span of one week in Los Angeles. Pink reportedly met Green, whom she invited to open for her on several dates of her Truth About Love tour, through her husband Carey Hart.



A Long Way Down, Louder Than Words, Fed Up, Last Passenger, Borgman, Willow Creek, Brick Mansions, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Ida, God's Pocket, Palo Alto, Words and Pictures, The Hornet's Nest and My Man Is a Loser are all out on DVD today.

Extreme Weight Loss on ABC (A father and daughter team with a strained relationship try to lose weight)

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

Fashion Rocks on CBS (Ryan Seacrest hosts this concert honoring the relationship between fashion and music at Barclays Center in New York; performers include The Band Perry, Duran Duran, KISS, Miranda Lambert, Jennifer Lopez, Nico & Vinz, Rita Ora, Pitbull and Usher)

America's Got Talent on NBC (The top 12 acts perform)

Utopia on Fox (Fifteen Americans move to a remote location and work together to build their own civilization from the bottom up)

Hotel Hell on Fox (Gordon heads to Northern California where he works to get the owners of Murphy's Hotel to focus on the guests' experience in order to keep the establishment in business)

Robin Williams Remembered -- A Pioneers of Television Special on PBS (A tribute to actor and comic Robin Williams features an interview he gave for the ``Pioneers of Television'' series, clips from his career, and comments by those who knew and worked with him)

Sons of Anarchy on FX (Jax makes vengeance a club priority in the wake of Tara's death)

19 Kids and Counting on TLC (James chaperones a romantic hike with Jill and her fiance, Derick. Jason chaperones a date between Jessa and Ben at the shooting range)

LATE NIGHT TV

David Letterman: Michael Strahan, Richard Branson, Interpol

Jimmy Fallon: Keith Richards, Debra Messing

Jimmy Kimmel: Bill Hader, Richard Linklater, Jhene Aiko

Craig Ferguson: Julie Chen, Louie Anderson

Seth Meyers: Jeff Goldblum, Jeff Kluger

Daily Show: Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand

Colbert Report: Jason Segel

Conan O'Brien: Anna Faris, John Hodgman, Wiz Khalifa

Watch What Happens Live: Jenna Dewan Tatum

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Joan Rivers, who died last week at the age of 81, once declared, "I want my funeral to be a big showbiz affair with lights, cameras, action." The legendary comedian got her wish Sunday at a star-studded memorial held at Temple Emanu-El in New York City. The paparazzi went wild taking pictures of guests as they walked in, among them Barbara Walters, Sarah Jessica Parker, Donald Trump, and Whoopi Goldberg. Rivers' daughter Melissa read a heartfelt letter and Howard Stern paid tribute by calling the late Fashion Police host his "hero," and commending her for being "a troublemaker, trail blazer, pioneer for comics everywhere, never apologizing and never caring what people thought." Making the funeral even more fabulous: The New York City Gay Men's Chorus performed several numbers, and Hugh Jackman honored her by singing the Broadway tune "Quiet Please, There's a Lady on Stage." Leave it to Rivers to put the "fun" in "funeral."




The alleged alternate ending of How I Met Your Mother, which was scheduled to be released on September 23 as a bonus feature on the complete series DVD box set, leaked Saturday. It looks back at Ted's past girlfriends, his complicated relationship with Robin and finally, his fateful encounter with Tracy, the show's titular mother, at the train station. The two marry and Ted is heard saying at the end of the episode, "And that kids, is how I met your mother." Interestingly, the alternate is a far more satisfying and upbeat ending to the show than the real one. Many fans took to social media to express their outrage back in March when the finale aired and revealed that Ted ended up with Robin after Tracy died.



Drew Carey has offered to donate a $10,000 reward in hopes of finding the high school student involved in a horrible ALS Ice Bucket Challenge prank against a boy with autism. E! reports that Carey decided to make the offer after hearing about an act that involved a 14-year-old autistic boy being covered in a bucket of urine, feces and spit instead of ice water during the challenge. "WTF? Just saw this. Horrendous," Carey tweeted Friday evening. "These kids should be arrested and expelled." Carey went on to pledge $10,000 to the Bay Village Police Department in Ohio, and also promised that he'd donate the same amount to Autism Speaks if the police find the students responsible without reward money.



Nick and Drew Lachey have been named as the grand marshals of the 2014 Oktoberfest Zinzinnati in Ohio later this month. According to the Associated Press, the Lachey brothers' grand marshal duties will include leading the self-proclaimed "world's largest chicken dance" in downtown Cincinnati. Held September 19-21, the festival is expected to draw more than 600,000 people. Previous grand marshals have included actor George Takei, Motley Crue frontman Vince Neil and music satirist Weird Al Yankovic.



Bachelor in Paradise on ABC (Chris tells the remaining cast that, if they can't see their relationship transitioning into the real world, they need to leave; the couples go on overnight dates)

Running Wild With Bear Grylls on NBC (Bear takes former professional football player Deion Sanders to the mesas and canyons of Utah for his first ever camping trip)

MasterChef on Fox (Joined by VIP kitchen guests, the cooks prepare dishes inspired by loved ones; the cooks face a challenge involving rare protein dishes; a final team challenge establishes who will move on to the top three)

America's Next Top Model on The CW (A love triangle puts some models off their game at an optical illusion photo shoot; as makeover day arrives, one model shows off a new look, while another has a breakdown)

NFL Football on ESPN (New York Giants at Detroit Lions and San Diego Chargers at Arizona Cardinals)

Anger Management on FX (Charlie becomes paranoid after discovering he's dating a private investigator)

WWE Monday Night RAW on USA (RAW goes Springer as Jerry performs an intervention with the Bella sisters)

David Letterman: Bill Maher, Henrik Lundqvist, Spoon

Jimmy Fallon: Jason Segel, Steve Harvey, Alicia Keys

Jimmy Kimmel: Lena Dunham, Ben Schwartz

Craig Ferguson: Katey Sagal, Michael Irvin

Seth Meyers: Tony Parker, Max Greenfield, Banks

Daily Show: Rerun TBA

Colbert Report: John Lithgow

Conan O'Brien: Mel Brooks, Adam Devine, Alt-J

Watch What Happens Live: Zosia Mamet, Patrick Wilson

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Legendary comedienne Joan Rivers, who never shied away from off-color topics or skewering celebs, passed away yesterday afternoon at the age of 81. The tireless Fashion Police host went into cardiac arrest during a throat procedure last week and was rushed to New York's Mt. Sinai Hospital, where she died while surrounded by family and friends. "My mother's greatest joy in life was to make people laugh," her daughter, Melissa Rivers, said. "Although that is difficult to do right now, I know her final wish would be that we return to laughing soon." As for funerals, Rivers once wrote that they are "just a red carpet show for dead people," adding, "It's a chance for mourners from all walks of life to accessorize in basic black, and to make a fashion statement that is bold enough to draw attention away from the bereaved but subtle enough so that no one knows that it's happening.

Anna Kendrick: RIP Joan Rivers. Being publicly told that my dress is hideous will never feel quite as awesome. You will be truly missed.

David Letterman "Here's a woman, a real pioneer for other women looking for careers in stand-up comedy. And talk about guts—she would come out here and sit in this chair and say some things that were unbelievable, just where you would have to swallow pretty hard… but it was hilarious… the force of her comedy was overpowering."

Amy Poehler "What a full life. Every woman in comedy is indebted to her. She was there at the beginning and funny to the end. RIP Joan"

Carol Burnett: "I knew Joan for 50 years, and she was always fun, charming and sweet to be with, and funny as hell. She was also the poster child for the 'Energizer Bunny!' My love goes out to Melissa and Cooper. I am very sad today."

Nancy Reagan: "Joan Rivers was not only a dear friend, but one of the kindest and funniest people I ever knew. I doubt there's anyone who hasn't laughed at her or with her until they cried. Today our tears are those of sadness. I know I join millions in saying, "Thanks for the good times Joan, we will truly miss you. My love and deepest sympathy go to Melissa and Cooper."

Ryan Seacrest "Joan was a trailblazer in so many ways, and I greatly admired her talent and humor. She was a colleague and friend, as we worked together on E!, and she was also a treasured guest on my radio show many times. Regardless of the forum, Joan was full of funny, witty surprises and she had so much spirit. She will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers go out to Melissa and her family."

Don Rickles: "Our dear Joan is gone. Knowing her, working with he and enjoying the fun times of life with her was special. She will always be in our hearts. She was a good friend to Barbara and I. Melissa, be strong and take care of your son Cooper. Joan…we will miss you."

Barbara Walters "No one loved life, laughter, and a good time more than Joan. We would have dinner and laugh and gossip and I always left the table smiling. She was a brassy, often outrageous, and hilarious performer who made millions laugh. In private, she was the picture of elegance and class. I will miss her."

Miss Piggy: "Moi is deeply saddened by the passing of my friend and fellow legend, Joan Rivers. From our first appearance together as battling make-up counter girls in "The Muppets Take Manhattan" to our recent appearances together on QVC (Joan called it "The Thrilla in Manolos"), we were always two of a kind. I will miss her. Can we talk? You bet we can, Joan! Forever and ever!"

Kathy Griffin: A legend, a friend, a mentor, an icon, and wildly funny. One of a kind. RIP #JoanRivers @joan_rivers

Piers Morgan: Unapologetically offensive, kind, tough, complicated, irrepressible, supremely energetic...and above all, bloody funny. RIP Joan Rivers.

Leah Remini: Rest In Peace Joan Rivers. thoughts and prayers to her family and those who knew her. She was one of a kind. She will be missed

Larry King: .@Joan_Rivers was a dear & wonderful friend who I've known for 45yrs. Great guest, pal, comedian & mother. We will never see her likes again

Tara Reid: I am absolutely heartbroken and devastated about @Joan_Rivers I loved her! She was my friend and a beautiful amazing person #RIPJoanRivers

Jason Priestley: RIP Joan Rivers... You were one of the greatest... We will miss you making us laugh by always saying what we were afraid to...

Whoopi Goldberg: "My friend Joan Rivers has passed away once again to quote Billy Crystal. There are no words. Bon Voyage Joan."

Ellen DeGeneres said: "Joan Rivers will always be a pioneer. She paved the way for a lot of comedians. I'm very sad she's gone."

Ricky Gervais Tweeted: "RIP the mighty Joan Rivers. Funny & fearless. Truly one of a kind."

Samuel L. Jackson: Love Her or Hate Her, we're gonna Miss JOAN RIVERS! I always Respected her go for broke humor. One of a kind.R.I.P.

Seth Rogen: Terrible news about Joan Rivers. I was lucky enough to meet her a few months ago. She was still as comedically relevant as anyone.

Sarah Silverman: My heart is torn in half. She wasn't done. #Joan http://www.whosay.com/l/lbv9a7m

Jenny McCarthy: RIP to the funniest, most hardworking lady in the biz. You will be missed @Joan_Rivers!

Donald J. Trump: Joan Rivers @Joan_Rivers was an amazing woman and a great friend. Her energy and talent were boundless. She will be greatly missed.





Scarlett Johansson is officially a mama! The actress and her fiance, French journalist Romain Dauriac, welcomed a daughter named Rose on Thursday. (Apparently, some celebrities are capable of picking baby names that won't lead to bulling on the playground.) The AP reports that "mother and daughter are doing well." Here's hoping that the 29-year-old actress' little girl takes after her in the looks department.



Ariana Grande capped off a busy week of promotional work by delivering a pitch-perfect performance of the National Anthem at last night's NFL opener between the Seattle Seahawks and the Green Bay Packers. Billboard reports that the singer took the field before the game wearing a bedazzled Seahawks jersey and something you might not expect from the fashionista: a pair of jeans. She went on to belt out the hard-to-sing anthem like it was nothing. Prior to Grande's performance, Soundgarden and Pharrell played a free concert for fans outside the stadium.


FRIDAY, SEPT 5

Stand Up to Cancer on multiple networks (At the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, stars support research into the disease; scheduled performers include The Who, Jennifer Hudson, Lupe Fiasco, Common, Ariana Grande and Dave Matthews Band)

Saving Dr. Brantly: The Inside Story of a Medical Miracle on NBC (Ebola survivor Dr. Kent Brantly; interviews with Brantly's doctors and his wife, Amber; the isolation room where Brantly was treated)

E! from fashion week (A look inside New York's 2014 Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week; experts discuss the best and worst fashions and provide a full recap of all the runway action)

WWE Friday Night SmackDown! on SyFy (Starring John Cena, Triple H, The Wyatts, Chris Jericho, Big Show, Mark Henry & Roman Reigns)

David Letterman: Tina Fey, Kevin Drew, Moody McCarthy

Jimmy Fallon: Claire Danes, Mo'ne Davis, Fences featuring Macklemore

Jimmy Kimmel: Terry Bradshaw, Trailer Park Boys Mike Smith, John Paul Tremblay & Robb Wells, the Kooks

Craig Ferguson: Seth Green, Lynette Rice

Seth Meyers: Stephen Colbert, Amy Sedaris, Matthew Berry (R 9/2/14)

Carson Daly: Brett Gelman, Sir Sly, Skaters (R 4/23/14)

SATURDAY, SEPT 6

NASCAR Sprint Cup: Federated Auto Parts 400 on ABC (Entering the regular-season finale, Tony Stewart, Ryan Newman and Clint Bowyer attempt to clinch a position in the Chase. From Richmond International Raceway in Richmond, VA)

College Football ... Michigan at Notre Dame on NBC (Longtime rivals Michigan and Notre Dame each want a victory in the last scheduled meeting between the national powerhouses. Both teams notched easy wins against Week 1 opponents)

College Football ... Michigan State at Oregon on Fox (The 1-0, 7th ranked Spartans and senior wide receiver Tony Lippett travel to Eugene, Ore. to take on the 1-0, 3rd ranked Ducks and junior quarterback Marcus Mariota)

HBO New Movie of the Week: 12 Years a Slave .... Starring: Chiwetel Ejiofor, Michael Fassbender, Benedict Cumberbatch, Paul Dano, Garret Dillahunt. In the pre-Civil War United States, Solomon Northup, a free black man of Saratoga Springs, N.Y., is kidnapped and sold into slavery to a malevolent owner in the South. Based on the book by Solomon Northup.

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 7

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)

NFL Sunday Night Football on NBC (Indianapolis Colts at Denver Broncos)

Utopia on Fox (Series Premiere .. Fifteen pioneering Americans move to a remote location where they begin the process of creating their own civilization from scratch)

Total Divas on E! (Nikki plans for a future without boyfriend John Cena; Eva's life is turned upside down when she must choose between family and her husband)

The Strain on FX (Eph learns that Kelly is missing; Dutch reveals her role in Palmer's plan; Gus is forced to make a difficult decision about Felix)

Boardwalk Empire on HBO (Nucky reminisces about catching the Commodore's eye; Nucky joins Sally Wheet in Cuba; Margaret finds herself in the hot seat; Chalky tries to extricate himself from a difficult situation; Lucky Luciano sets a bold plan in motion)

The Leftovers on HBO (An unexpected ally helps Kevin; Mapleton is plunged into chaos by the Guilty Remnant's elaborate Memorial Day initiative; Holy Wayne grants a final wish; Tom copes with his new reality; Nora makes a decision)


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It appears that the reports of Betty White's death have been greatly exaggerated. The confusion began when satirical website Empire News published a headline on Wednesday that read, "Actress Betty White, 92, dyes peacefully in her Los Angeles home." The story was intended to be a tongue-in-cheek piece about the Golden Girls star not being a natural blonde. Unfortunately, many fans were confused by the wordplay and took to social media to mourn her death. White's agent has since assured the Los Angeles Times that White is doing just fine. "She is on the set shooting Hot in Cleveland right now," he said.



Blake Shelton and Jimmy Fallon went head-to-head in a game of Random Object Football Toss on last night's episode of The Tonight Show. Each contestant took turns throwing random objects -- including a mannequin head and an eight-layer chip dip -- into a target. After all five rounds, Shelton won. The final score? A rather unimpressive 1-0. Later, Shelton performed his hit song "Neon Lights."



Actress Rosie Perez and MSNBC analyst Nicolle Wallace are replacing Sherri Sheperd and Jenny McCarthy as co-hosts of The View. They will join Whoopi Goldberg and Rosie O'Donnell when the morning show returns on September 15. "I am beyond thrilled, honored and completely surprised that I've been asked to join The View," Perez said in a statement. "Knowing that I'll be in the company of Whoopi, Rosie and Nicolle, three very smart and engaging women that I have an immense amount of respect for, makes it even more unbelievable. The opportunity to connect with our nation's audience on a daily basis... icing on the cake! Very happy."


The Quest on ABC (The Dark Army prepares to attack; three Paladins enter enemy territory to avoid being banished; a village is burned when a dragon escapes)

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

NFL Kickoff 2014 on NBC (host Bob Costas is joined by Dan Patrick, Josh Elliott, Tony Dungy and others in Seattle for a preview of the 2014 NFL season. Also, Grammy Award-winning singer Pharrell Williams performs live outside CenturyLink Field)

NFL Football on NBC (Green Bay Packers at Seattle Seahawks)

E! News Special (Episode: A-List Beauty Secrets ... a look at some of the most unique, interesting, and downright odd must-have treatments of Hollywood A-Listers)

Project Runway on Lifetime (The designers must use a piece of Chopard jewelry as their inspiration; Tim surprises contestants with a trip to the Met)

Dating Naked on VH1 (A radio host from Philadelphia meets a gorgeous Los Angeles native while searching for a real connection)

LeAnn & Eddie on VH1 (LeAnn and Eddie bring both of their parents to Hawaii; LeAnn reveals that she is off birth control; the parents track down a pregnancy test)

David Letterman: Steve Buscemi, Will Power, Alt-J

Jimmy Fallon: Larry David, Gisele Bundchen, Jeezy featuring Future

Jimmy Kimmel: Taraji P. Henson, Hunter Hayes

Craig Ferguson: Rachael Ray, Ted Alexandro

Seth Meyers: Heidi Klum, Kieran Culkin, Leslie Jones

Daily Show: Adam Levine

Colbert Report: Doris Kearns Goodwin

Conan O'Brien: Chris Hardwick, Keizo Shimamoto, David Gray

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Joan Rivers is still on life support, her daughter revealed in an updated statement on Tuesday. "On behalf of my mother and our family, we are extremely grateful for all the love and support we've received. At this time she does remain on life support," the statement from Melissa Rivers read. "I know my mother would be overwhelmed by the continued outpouring of kindness and I want to thank everyone for keeping us in their prayers." Meanwhile, the E! network announced that it has suspended filming of Fashion Police, with a spokesperson confirming, "We await Joan and Melissa's return in front and behind the camera."



Bad news for parents who are sick of their kids obsessing over Frozen: Walt Disney Pictures announced on Tuesday that a mini-sequel to the record-breaking film is coming in the spring of 2015. Frozen Fever will follow Elsa (Idina Menzel) and Kristoff (Jonathan Groff) as they plan a birthday party for Anna (Kristen Bell). Olaf (Josh Gad) will also grace viewers with his goofy presence. It is expected that all of the original voice actors will reprise their roles for the new project. Meanwhile, Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez, the Oscar-winning songwriting duo behind "Let It Go" and "Do You Want to Build a Snowman?" will compose a new song for the movie.



TBS has pulled the plug on CeeLo Green's unscripted series The Good Life following the awful statements about rape that Green tweeted and deleted over the weekend. While sources claim that the series was cancelled because of low ratings, the decision does come shortly after women's rights group UltraViolet petitioned the network to cancel the show. Green initially made headlines last week, when he pleaded no contest to a felony count of furnishing ecstasy to and assaulting a woman. He later posted a series of tweets over the weekend in which he implied that women can only be raped if they are conscious.



During his appearance on the Tonight Show, Adam Levine went up against Jimmy Fallon in a game called Wheel of Musical Impressions. Each party had to press a button that served as a "musical impressions generator," which would then randomly provide an artist and a song title. The two then had to impersonate the artist singing said song. Levine came out on top when he nailed impressions of Frank Sinatra singing "Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes," Michael Jackson singing the Sesame Street theme song and Eddie Vedder singing "The Muffin Man. Meanwhile, Fallon did a solid impersonation of Bob Dylan singing "Rude" and an awful one of Iggy Azalea singing "Old McDonald Had a Farm." Following the game, Levine's band Maroon 5 performed "Maps."



Justin Bieber was arrested near his hometown in Canada on Friday after a crash between an ATV and a minivan, and now faces charges of dangerous driving and assault. Apparently Bieber and the driver got into a physical altercation after the crash, and Bieber was briefly taken into custody near Stratford, Ontario. Bieber and Selena Gomez were photographed riding the four-wheeler together that same day. Bieber is on probation for two years after the egging case in L.A., so this arrest could trigger a violation. "Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez's peaceful retreat in Stratford this weekend was unfortunately disrupted by the unwelcome presence of the paparazzi," Brian Greenspan, Bieber's Toronto lawyer, said yesterday. "This has regrettably resulted in charges of dangerous driving and assault. Mr. Bieber and Ms. Gomez have fully cooperated in the police investigation. We are hopeful that this matter will be quickly resolved."


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

America's Got Talent on NBC (Six acts advance to the next level; Maroon 5 performs their most recent single)

So You Think You Can Dance on Fox (The winner is announced; guest judges Jenna Dewan Tatum, Debbie Allen, Tara Lipinski and Adam Shankman; Enrique Iglesias and Sean Paul perform)

Wahlburgers on A&E (Donnie becomes homesick during a European tour with the New Kids on the Block; Paul travels to London to cheer up his brother and ends up cooking a feast for the band)

Teen Mom 2 on MTV (Jenelle and Barbara clash over Jace's behavioral difficulties; Kailyn tries to get the children ready for Javi's return; Leah takes Corey to court; Chelsea learns of Adam's new girlfriend)

Hot in Cleveland on TV Land (Simon sneaks back into Joy's life; Elka gets carried away with some new-found power)

LATE NIGHT TV

David Letterman: Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Kristen Wiig, the New Pornographers

Jimmy Fallon: Blake Shelton, Tim Heidecker & Eric Wareheim, Blake Shelton, Sheila E.

Jimmy Kimmel: Gwyneth Paltrow, Terry Crews, Shawn Mendes

Craig Ferguson: David Arquette, Inbar Lavi

Seth Meyers: Gwen Stefani, Andy Roddick, Counting Crows

Daily Show: Rory Kennedy

Colbert Report: Randall Munroe

Conan O'Brien: Justin Theroux, Tony Hale, Shovels & Rope

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Britney Spears opened up about her recent split from boyfriend David Lucado during a show at Las Vegas' Planet Hollywood this weekend. "Well, by now everyone knows my boyfriend cheated on me," Spears said during her Aug. 31 performance. "But the best part of breaking up is going on first dates. OMG, OMG, I need a hot guy. Where are the hot guys here tonight?" Following her rant, Spears pulled celebrity blogger Perez Hilton from the audience for a special performance of her song "Freakshow." "@britneyspears just made me her b**ch -- literally!" Hilton tweeted after returning to his front row seat in the Axis Theater. "Hope @Rihanna doesn't get jealous! It was like the Circus tour opening 2.0."



Jennifer Lawrence and Ariana Grande are just two of the celebrities who were involved in an online hacking campaign over the weekend that resulted in a number of alleged nude photos being leaked. Gawker reports that the images, which Lawrence's rep has since confirmed were real, were posted on website 4chan on Sunday around 4 p.m., after being stolen from various celebrity iCloud accounts earlier in the week. Meanwhile, a rep for Grande has released a statement claiming that the images of the "Problem" singer are fake. Other stars who were targeted in the leak were Lea Michele, Avril Lavigne, Hilary Duff, Victoria Justice, Kate Upton, and Selena Gomez, among others.



Taylor Swift may be the most recent artist to join The Voice as a mentor. Us Weekly reports that the "Shake It Off" singer will be joining the show in the same capacity that Coldplay singer Chris Martin did last season, by advising contestants across all four teams. "Taylor was an absolute pleasure to work with," a source tells Us of Swift's contribution to The Voice. "She had great feedback for all the contestants. She made for an amazing mentor." Swift will allegedly join previously announced advisors Stevie Wonder, Gavin Rossdale, Little Big Town, and Alicia Keys.



Carrie Underwood is gonna be a mama to more than just her puppies! The country singer announced on Monday that she is expecting her first child with her hockey-playing husband Mike Fisher. "In honor of 'Labor' Day, Ace & Penny would like to make an announcement. Their parents couldn't be happier…" Underwood captioned a photo on Instagram. The image shows her holding her two dogs, who wear "I'm going to be a big sister" and "big brother" outfits. Fisher's team, the Nashville Predators, also discussed the pregnancy on Twitter, writing, "We haven't picked names yet but it's looking like Fly is gonna fly. #boyorgirl #flyfisher." Underwood and Fisher tied the knot in 2010.




Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have released the first photos from their secret France wedding via People magazine. The cover features Jolie wearing a satin gown decorated with her six children's artwork. According to the magazine, each child played an important role in the ceremony: Maddox, 13, and Pax, 10, escorted their mom down the aisle; Zahara, 9, and Vivienne, 6, served as flower girls; and Shiloh, 8, and Knox, 6, were ring bearers. Brangelina's brood also helped the couple write their vows and Pax baked the wedding cake. "It was important to us that the day was relaxed and full of laughter," the couple told People. "It was such a special day to share with our children and a very happy time for our family."



Jenny McCarthy and Donnie Wahlberg got married at Hotel Baker in St. Charles, Illinois, on Sunday evening. Us Weekly reports that the ceremony lasted just 20 minutes and included only close family and friends. Back in July, McCarthy admitted to the magazine that she wasn't interested in planning a fairytale wedding. "The problem is, I consider myself to be kind of like a dude," she explained. "Like, I just kind of want to show up and drink." The former View co-host and the New Kids on the Block alum were engaged for just four months before dying the knot. Wahlberg popped the question in April.
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This week, Maroon 5 releases their fifth studio album V. The follow-up to 2012's Overexposed, V is led by singles "Maps" and "Animals," and features a duet between the band and singer Gwen Stefani -- who will join vocalist Adam Levine as a coach on the new season of The Voice this month. Meanwhile, Backstreet Boy Nick Carter and New Kid on the Block Jordan Knight drop their self-tilted debut as Nick & Knight. And British rock band the Kooks premiere Listen, their fourth studio album. American rock act Counting Crows is also due to release Somewhere Under Wonderland, the band's seventh studio album and first since 2008's Saturday Nights & Sunday Mornings.

PRIME TIME TV

The Story of Frozen: Making a Disney Animated Classic on ABC (A behind-the-scenes look at the origins and evolution of the Academy Award-winning film, featuring interviews with the actresses Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel; sneak peek of the upcoming film ``Big Hero 6.'')

America's Got Talent on NBC (Episode: Semi Finals 2 ... Twelve of the top 24 acts perform)

Married at First Sight on Bio (Spiritual advisor Greg Epstein advises the newlyweds to use their remaining days to do something romantic for one another to help them decide whether to stay married or get divorced)

Dance Moms on Lifetime (The team's three youngest members compete for a solo at Nationals; Abby concocts a secret plan to try and secure a win, but winds up causing a fight between the mothers)

LATE NIGHT TV

David Letterman: Luke Wilson, Julie Chen, Lee Brice

Jimmy Fallon: Adam Levine, Meredith Vieira, Maroon 5

Jimmy Kimmel: Eva Longoria, Wiz Khalifa

Craig Ferguson: Carrot Top, Gwendoline Christie

Seth Meyers: Stephen Colbert, Amy Sedaris, Matthew Berry

Daily Show: Ramita Navai

Colbert Report: Mandy Patinkin

Conan O'Brien: Allison Janney, Brett Gelman, Brooks Wheelan





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