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Christina Aguilera, who's celebrating her 33rd birthday today, is more "beautiful" than ever! The singer began her road to stardom in the 1990s on "The Mickey Mouse Club," starring alongside Justin Timberlake and Britney Spears. She got her first big break in 1998, when her song, "Reflection," was featured in the animated movie "Mulan." Her music career sky-rocketed in 1999 with the release of her hit single, "Genie In A Bottle," which earned her a Grammy Award for Best New Artist. Her other hit singles include, "What A Girl Wants," "Come on Over Baby," "Dirrty," "Beautiful," "Fighter" and "Feel This Moment" -- to name a few!She's released seven successful studio albums, cementing her place as one of the best singers of our generation. In 2010, the blonde beauty added acting to her resume! She made her film debut in the musical "Burlesque," co-starring with Cher. Now, Christina has made quite the impression on the small screen, »
- tooFab Staff
Christina is fighting back after a report surfaced claiming the star had liposuction. She looks better than ever and sources close to Christina say she worked hard for her new body — see her new diet and exercise plan below.
Christina Aguilera, 33, has dropped a reported 35 pounds thanks to diet and exercise, pals tell Life & Style magazine. “Christina didn’t get lipo. She’s worked hard to change her eating habits, and you can see the results,” a Voice insider says.
Christina Aguilera Weight Loss — She Did Not Get Plastic Surgery
“The last thing Christina wants to hear is that people are talking about her losing weight with liposuction. She’s sick and tired of people assuming things about her body,” a friend tells the magazine.
Christina dropped the weight by dieting and working out! »
- Dory Larrabee
When stars are on the promo circuit, interviews can get a little routine. But that’s never a problem for Watch What Happens Live.
If you enjoy your celebrities best boozy and goofy, you likely already have the Bravo late night program, hosted by Andy Cohen, recording on your DVR. Between seeing stars forced to “Plead The Fifth,” and seeing them dish on famous co-stars, the clubhouse was the place to be. Watch What Happens Live isn’t new this year, but A-list appearances in 2013 by Lady Gaga, Oprah, Cher and many others reminded us why it’s one of our favorites. »
- Erin Strecker
Forthcoming novel from San Francisco author, centered on iconic Tales of the City character, could be made into a film
The venerable stage and screen actress Olympia Dukakis is poised to reprise what is perhaps the most iconic role of her career – and certainly one that had a huge impact on her outlook on life.
No, not her 1987 part as Cher's mother, in some sort of sequel to the hit movie Moonstruck, which won her an Oscar. Dukakis is in talks with the author Armistead Maupin about embodying once more – after a long hiatus – the character Anna Madrigal, the transgender landlady of a fictional house in San Francisco, where the legendary writer set his Tales of the City novels.
"I'd be there in a minute," Dukakis told the Guardian of the prospect of playing the iconic character again.
January 2014 sees the publication of The Days of Anna Madrigal, Maupin's »
- Joanna Walters
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Homeland, Beauty and the Beast, Person of Interest and NCIS: La!
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- Team TVLine
Thanksgiving is nigh, and the forecast calls for excessive gluttony and three-to-four inches of pie on Thursday afternoon. But that didn’t stop Simon Cowell and his X Factor minions from attempting to cram their barely concealed agendas down America’s gullets during Wednesday night’s Top 8 performance telecast.
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Yes indeed, Big Band Night brought out the best in two or three contestants, but bizarrely, they weren’t the ones to receive the most enthusiastic praise from The One Whose Reaction Shots Are Oh So Gif-Worthy, »
- Michael Slezak
It looked like a lot of women in the audience were about to have heart attacks when Enrique Iglesias hit the stage and launched into a red-hot rendition of his latest hit! Watch the video here!
There was nothing subtle about Enrique Iglesias, from the moment that he appeared on tonight’s episode of Dancing with the Stars, until the lights dimmed after his stellar performance of “Heart Attack.” The man is as hot as ever at 38, so it’s no wonder that the crowd went wild when he appeared!
Enrique Iglesias On ’DWTS’ — Singer Rocks Show With Hit Song ‘Heart Attack’ Enrique Sings 'Heart Attack' On 'DWTS' Take Our Poll
Enrique’s sexy energy filled TV sets across the country with Latin electricity.
Enrique is one of those performers that doesn’t need any gimmicks to get every eye riveted on stage when he breaks into song. And tonight, »
Last week I cheated a bit by offering up Emma Thompson as a potential gay icon. She’s so damn legendary, not to mention outspoken and off the cuff, that she’s basically entitled to any name, rank, and throne she pleases. She made out with Meryl Streep in Angels in America, people. She is gayer than most things.
I’m bringing it back to the newer-school candidates this week with the charming, preternaturally lovable Kristen Bell, who voices the lead princess Anna in the charming (and gay-tinged, if you ask me) new Disney animated feature Frozen. Bell has wooed us for more than a decade on the big screen, and we’re coming up on the ten-year anniversary of her much-mourned WB series (and upcoming film!) Veronica Mars. She just gets it. That’s why she’s today’s Gay Icon Nominee, and here are the five most »
- Louis Virtel
It’s finale week! The final four couples danced their hearts out in hopes to win the mirror ball trophy for season 17 on the Nov. 25 episode! See who moved on to the season finale below!
After reigning champion Kellie Pickler kicked off the show with a live performance of her single “Little Bit Gypsy,” the competition really started to heat up! Which three couples will compete for the title of Dancing With The Stars champion? Keep reading to find out!
‘Dancing With The Stars’ Week 11 — The Final Four Compete
In the first round, the couples had to dance a “judges’ pick” — a dance from earlier in the season that the judges thought they needed to improve upon.
- Dory Larrabee
Ahead of Dancing With the Stars’ two-night finale (Monday at 8 p.m. Et, Tuesday at 9 on ABC), host and eternal gem of the ballroom Tom Bergeron spoke to EW about the different feel of season 17, missing Len, welcoming back Maks, and the merits of the Glitter Pit vs. the Celebriquarium (may it rest in peace). You know, important stuff. Keep reading!
Entertainment Weekly: How have you been coping with the new once-a-week format?
Tom Bergeron: It’s been an adjustment. I’ve really enjoyed elements of it and am still a bit uncomfortable with others. The two hours definitely go faster to me. »
- Annie Barrett
Ahead of Dancing With the Stars’ two-night finale (Monday at 8 p.m. Et, Tuesday at 9 on ABC) host and eternal gem of the ballroom Tom Bergeron spoke to EW about the different feel of season 17, missing Len, welcoming back Maks, and the merits of the Glitter Pit vs. the Celebriquarium (may it rest in peace). You know, important stuff. Keep reading!
How have you been coping with the new once-a-week format?
It’s been an adjustment. I’ve really enjoyed elements of it and am still a bit uncomfortable with others. The two hours definitely go faster to me. Bruno »
- Annie Barrett
Secret weddings are all the rage this year. British pop sensation Cher Lloyd has revealed via Instagram that she married hairdresser Craig Monk on Monday, Nov. 18. "Cher and Craig are married but all other details are private," a rep for the former X Factor U.K. contestant tells E! News. Lloyd shared a picture from their nuptials with fans. The bride looked beautiful wearing a strapless wedding gown and a simple necklace. She carried a bouquet of white roses and wore a veil. "Thank you for all your lovely messages!!" the singer tweeted on Wednesday, Nov. 20. "I'm so happy!!!" Cheryl Cole congratulated her former X Factor U.K. protégé via Twitter. "Wow!! Heard your good news. »
On Tuesday night’s episode of The Voice, two more singers went home, leaving a freshly minted top eight. EW spoke with one of the eliminees today, folk-rock power singer, Austin Jenckes, about his thoughts on the controversial Twitter instant save, what his Coach Blake Shelton is like off-camera, grooming that beard of his, and who he thinks will win the competition.
Check out our Q&A with Jenckes after the jump.
Entertainment Weekly: How are you feeling today after the eliminations?
Austin Jenckes: I’m feeling really, really great, actually. It’s been such an amazing experience and I »
- Jennifer Arellano
"Watch What Happens Live" host Andy Cohen sat down with "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" Tuesday (Nov. 19) where he shared a rather disturbing anecdote about when Lady Gaga appeared on his show earlier this year.
"Here's the deal. So [Lady Gaga] peed in a trashcan in her dressing room ... it's a long story, but she did. She said on her way out, ':ook, I couldn't get my way to the bathroom' -- she's a superstar, she's Lady Gaga, she can pee wherever she wants, as far as I'm concerned," says Cohen. "And so I said to our PAs, 'You guys, we gotta do something with Gaga's pee, that's a pop-culture artifact. We could bottle that up and put it somewhere in the club house.'"
"I have a Renaissance Pa named Ryan and he emails me and goes, 'Look, Gaga's pee is going to go toxic.' Not 'cause it's Gaga's pee, »
Adam Levine may be People’s “Sexiest Man Alive” for 2014 — yep, Carson Daly confirmed that the rumors are true — but the Maroon 5 singer got relegated to third-place status on The Voice‘s Season 5 Top 10 results telecast.
Finishing ahead of him? First runner-up Cher, of course, breathing life into a sleepy “Voice confessional” segment with her flame-red hair and “Honey, I’m a legend!” brand of humor.
And winning the hour? Well, that crown went to Team Xtina — the Lady Aguilera along with her two remaining singers Jacquie Lee and Matthew Schuler — who delivered a scintilating Jackson sibling medley of »
- Michael Slezak
It was the semi-finals during the Nov. 18 episode and guest judge Maksim Chmerkovskiy did not take it easy on his former peers! See who will dance in the finals below!
The five remaining couples each had to dance two dances by interpreting the same piece of music in two totally different ways. Click below for the full recap and to see who is in the finals for season 17 of Dancing With The Stars.
‘Dancing With The Stars’ Week 10 — The Semi-Finals
Leah Remini danced the paso doble with partner Tony Dovolani to Lady Gaga’s “Bad Romance.” Head judge Len Goodman said it was a little bit too careful. Carrie Ann Inaba said, “You definitely brought the drama,” but after Leah tripped on her skirt, she said, “this one was a rough road for you.” Maksim Chmerkovskiy said he wanted more emotion. They got a 32 out of 40.
Corbin Bleu danced a »
- Dory Larrabee
Cher was taking heat from right-wing media on Monday after she presumably called Sarah Palin a "dumb c---" and members of the Tea Party "jihadists." Cher tweeted on Friday: "Go to the dictionary, & look up the 'C' word, … next 2 the definition … you’ll see a pic of Sarah Palin! No … wait … she’s under dumb C word." Cher got her share of supporters tweeting back nasty things about Palin, the former Republican vice presidential nominee, and she also got tweets from people who were clearly unhappy with the sentiment. Photos: The Top Celebrity
- Paul Bond
He’s back! After a headline-spawning departure from ‘DWTS’ last season, Maksim Chmerkovskiy will return Nov. 18 in a much different role than the former pro is used to.
‘Dancing’ Bad Boy Returns
Throughout Maksim’s 14 seasons on the show, the bad boy of ballroom became notorious for butting heads with judges Len Goodman, Bruno Tonioli and Carrie Ann Inaba, so it should be interesting when the former pro joins them to critique the few remaining dancers left during the semifinals on Nov. 18. Unfortunately his brother Val and partner Elizabeth Berkley Lauren have already been eliminated, so at least they can’t accuse Maksim of any bias — though Julianne Hough was permitted to judge her brother Derek, so it’s definitely been done before! »
- HL Intern
I don’t know who’s voting on ‘DWTS’ right now, but as we learned Nov. 11, it’s definitely not fans of the early ’90s classic ‘Saved By The Bell’ — or, more accurately, people with eyes. Elizabeth Berkley has consistently been a top performer on the show, so her elimination has me feeling far from ‘so excited.’
Really, Dancing With The Stars voters? You send home Elizabeth Berkley, who has consistently been one of the top performers on the show this season, over Bill Engvall and Leah Remini who have, um, not been? For shame. The Showgirls star proved time and again that she’s moved past her sordid, Nomi Malone stripper past to become a classy, dynamic dancer, and I’m sad to see her go.
Elizabeth Berkley: The Other Girl On Fire
“You are a girl on fire!” Carrie Ann Inaba said Nov. 11 of Elizabeth, after her »
- HL Intern
It was an emotional night of highs and lows as a couple with a perfect score got eliminated in the most shocking results show yet. See what happened on the Nov. 11 episode.
Only six couples remained and each couple had to perform two full dances during week nine of Dancing With The Stars. First, they danced as a team and then each couple danced with an eliminated pro or member of the troop for the “trio dance.” We saw two perfect dances — and the most upsetting elimination ever.
‘Dancing With The Stars’ Week 9 — The Individual Dances “Corbin
Amber Riley, battling a double knee injury, and Derek Hough were up first. They danced the quickstep. “Your presence is dazzling but you got your feet in a bit of a twist,” judge Bruno Tonioli said. “You have set the standard for this competition so, so high,” Carrie Ann Inaba said, which makes »
- Dory Larrabee
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