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George and Amal Clooney's twins are already quite the babblers!
"They're wonderful, and I'll tell you this: They're both very vocal," the proud grandfather revealed. "Oh my, yes."
More: George Clooney's Dad Nick Says His Son Will Be a 'Hands-On' Father to His 'Beautiful' Twins
And while the couple welcomed their two tykes on June 6, with Father's Day right around the corner, Nick hilariously revealed that he shared with his son the blunt truth about the holiday.
"I was explaining to George on this holiday thing, that Father's Day is pretty much of a minor league holiday and he is going to have to get used to that," Nick shared. "As long as he didn't get the stretch marks, he doesn't get the adulation."
"Mother's Day is »
"I am so proud of this woman. I could start crying right now, but I’m not. I refuse to cry on Entertainment Tonight," Winfrey told Et's Nancy O'Dell when she joined DuVernay at a press junket promoting the upcoming second season of their acclaimed Own series.
"I am so proud of her and I trust her so much. So our ability to create Queen Sugar and then her growing into this powerful, Oscar-nominated, amazing visionary director is just [amazing]. I am just so happy and proud to be alive to see it."
DuVernay -- who created Queen Sugar, directed the first two episodes, and executive produces the show alongside Winfrey -- was nominated for an Academy Award this year for »
According to the show's producer, Mark Burnett, the singer is always welcome.
"Once you've got a red chair, you always have a red chair," Burnett told Et's Nancy O'Dell on Wednesday. "Coaches go on tour and make albums. This is the challenge of The Voice, is fitting into the schedule of these currently top-selling artists... [but] we love all our coaches."
With hit after hit on TV, Burnett has seen it all -- including Stefani's blossoming relationship with fellow Voice coach Blake Shelton.
"You know how great that makes me feel, that two of my favorite people met at The Voice in those red chairs?" he shared. "They're so in love, and I love them. There just a »
The Et host addressed the former Today co-host's recent comments regarding the infamous Donald Trump Access Hollywood tape, where her then-colleague Bush can be heard laughing along while Trump describes inappropriate behavior toward women.
"Billy reached out to me just about three weeks ago by email. He wrote a really nice apology, which I appreciated very much," O'Dell shared on Monday's Et. "He and I worked together for so many years, for a long time, and I only wish him the best moving forward."
Bush broke his silence over the release of the 2005 recording in an interview with the Hollywood Reporter on Sunday, noting that reliving the experience leaves him feeling "totally and completely gutted."
"Looking back upon what was said on that bus, I wish I »
Like mother, like daughter!
Taking after your mom is not a bad thing when she's a supermodel. But for Cindy Crawford's mini-me daughter, Kaia Gerber, the similarities are more than skin deep, as she explained to Et's Nancy O'Dell at the Best Buddies charity event over the weekend.
Watch: Cindy Crawford Shares Pic 'Twinning' With Daughter Kaia Gerber
"It's not even just the way that we look alike," 15-year-old Kaia said. "We have the same mannerisms... just like, the way we react to certain situations is the same -- and I think that's where it really shines through how much alike we are."
And if there's one thing Kaia says people would be surprised to learn about her mom, she says it's that Crawford is normal. "People would be like, 'How is it that Cindy Crawford is your mom?' And I'm like, 'No, that's my mom! That's not Cindy Crawford!'" she joked »
As "Achy Breaky Heart" turns 25, Billy Ray Cyrus' signature song seems as relevant as ever.
"I do feel that when you look at America and our world 25 years ago, that there was a great division, not only in America, but worldwide," Cyrus tells Et's Nancy O'Dell. "You look at it today and, in some ways, it's unfortunate that it has gone full circle. 'Achy Breaky' was always about uniting people, a bridge to bring people together and when you get with other people that sing or speak in a different language or dance to a different song or live in a different country but you have a common denominator of just a fun little song that people know the words to and they like to dance to it, that's the ultimate show of joy for a human -- to dance and sing."
In honor of the milestone, Cyrus has reimagined the hit together with its original »
The 55-year-old singer sat down with Et's Nancy O'Dell in honor of the 25th anniversary of "Achy Breaky Heart" in Los Angeles on Monday, where he opened up about daughter Miley's boyfriend -- and his secret passion for painting.
"Liam is a great guy. I like his heart. He's got a great spirit about him," Cyrus shared. "I'll tell you something you don't know about him though: he's a great artist."
"He's a painter," he added of Hemsworth, who is also credited for photographing the cover art for Miley's latest single, "Malibu."
"[I had never seen his art], then all of a sudden, I go into this room and there's, like, 1,500 paintings up of, like, these things, and I'm like, 'Who did this stuff?'" the father of six recalled. "Liam paints them. I go, 'Liam »
Billy Ray Cyrus is one proud papa.
In celebration of the 25th anniversary of "Achy Breaky Heart," Et's Nancy O'Dell sat down with the 55-year-old singer in Los Angeles on Monday, where he opened up about daughter Miley Cyrus' musical transition, her journey to becoming sober and gearing up to reveal her "real" self to fans.
During her tell-all with Billboard magazine that was released last week, Miley revealed she was "completely clean" and had gone three weeks without smoking marijuana at the time the interview was conducted.
"As a dad, I see Miley really just functioning on, like, a figure and a joy for life," he said. "I don't know how to break it down more than just the fact that I see a joy in her spirit and something coming from within that is just pure beauty, if you »
There's nothing like a mother's love.
The 51-year-old actress shared a snap of her mom seated next to a delectable birthday cake, along with a sweet dedication to the woman she affectionately calls her "rock."
"This woman came into the world May 4,1943," Davis wrote. "Of course, I am convinced that the universe shifted that day. I am also convinced that anyone, who has had the honor of meeting her, feels the same way."
"Happy 74 years of life mama," she added. "My love. My joy. My frustration. My rock. Love, love you with every fiber of my being. I thank God for you!"
News: Viola Davis Reveals Why She's Sharing Her 'Only Childhood' Photo
Davis clearly doesn't »
Two Sheldon Coopers are better than one!
Jim Parsons met up with Iain Armitage, the young actor who will play the 9-year-old version of his Big Bang Theory character in the upcoming CBS spinoff Young Sheldon. The two attended a performance of the Broadway musical Come From Away in New York and shared their experience on social media.
"What a great time: Saw the fantastic Come From Away with the equally fantastic Iain," wrote Parsons on Instagram, with a photo of the two smiling in their seats. Meanwhile Armitage's Instagram post said, "Iain was so happy to see one of his favorite shows with one of his favorite people! Thank you for a great evening, Jim Parsons! Come From Away remains such a terrific show and it was fun to celebrate the cast tonight!"
Exclusive: Jim Parson's Dishes on Sheldon's 'Big Bang Theory' Spinoff and Diving Into Political Radio
Young Sheldon, which will make »
It was an exciting Sunday for Entertainment Tonight at the 44th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards!
Et's own Kevin Frazier and Nancy O'Dell excitedly took the stage at the star-studded awards ceremony to accept the Outstanding Entertainment News Program accolade on behalf of the show. This is Et's third time winning in the category.
Watch: Mary Hart Returns to Et Stage to Kick for Show's 35th Anniversary Celebration
A big thanks goes out to all of Et's loyal viewers, who share in this honor. As always, Et will continue to work hard to provide fans and followers with all the greatest in entertainment news.
The evening was extra special for the show this year, as former host Mary Hart was also honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award. The Daytime Emmys recognized Hart, who began her 29-year run at Et as a correspondent in 1981, for helping to define and revolutionize entertainment news.
Here's a look »
Jason Aldean already has a location in mind for the second Entertainer of the Year award he won on Sunday night at the 52nd Academy of Country Music Awards.
"They're like bookends," the 40-year-old country crooner said of his two statues while chatting backstage with Et's Nancy O'Dell. "One's on one end, this one's gonna go on the other end."
Still reeling from the win, Aldean said it's "crazy" that he was honored as Entertainer of the Year for a second year in a row. "I was just backstage talking to Tim McGraw. He came up and congratulated me, and he goes, 'You know what, man? Congrats. I never won this one.' I was like, 'You gotta be kidding me!" he exclaimed. "'You never won Entertainer of the Year at the ACMs?' He goes »
Florida Georgia Line might have a little more boy band in them than anyone realized!
Et's Nancy O'Dell caught up with Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley backstage after their epic performance with the Backstreet Boys at the Acm Awards in Las Vegas on Sunday, where they revealed that they only learned the boy band's choreography hours before taking the stage.
"I still have the counts and steps in my head of that dance. We learned it last night, it was a last minute... [we learned it] today actually," Hubbard confessed. "I'm not going to lie."
"[The Backstreet Boys are] now a seven-man band, actually," Kelley joked.
Florida Georgia Line performed a number of songs during their performance with the boy band, including their duet, "God, Your Mama and Me," but it was Hubbard and Kelley's ability to pick up the choreography during the [link »
Thomas Rhett has a lot to celebrate!
Et's Nancy O'Dell caught up with the 27-year-old singer backstage at the Academy of Country Music Awards in Las Vegas on Sunday, where he opened up about his big wins -- and how he and his pregnant wife, Lauren, intend on honoring the occasion.
Related: 2017 Academy of Country Music Awards -- The Complete Winners List
"It's just amazing.You know, winning Song of the Year was pretty spectacular, because 'Die a Happy Man's' first win ever was last year at this same awards show for Single of the Year. So, I feel like this song has given me a year's worth of benefits," Rhett shared. "And then Male Vocalists, still don't have really much to say about. That is the most surreal award I've ever been given."
"My heart is actually still racing from being up there," he added. "Just being surrounded by that much talent [was amazing]. I've toured with all »
The Backstreet Boys go country!
The boyband brought the house down with their collaboration with Florida Georgia Line at the Academy of Country Music Awards in Las Vegas on Sunday night.
Nick Carter, Kevin Richardson, Aj McLean, Howie Dorough and Brian Littrell first performed their duet with Florida Georgia Line, "God, Your Mama and Me," before getting the crowd on their feet with a slightly country-ish version of their hit, "Everybody," as Carter descended from the stage to rub elbows with country royalty.
Related: 2017 Academy of Country Music Awards -- The Complete Winners List
Las Vegas is going country.
The 52nd Academy of Country Music Awards are headed to Sin City, bringing along some of Nashville's brightest stars for the prestigious event. Here's everything you need to know about the big night, from the tune-in to the biggest performances!
What Time Do the ACMs Start?: The show airs live from T-Mobile Arena on CBS Sunday, April 2, 2017, at 8:00 - 11:00 p.m. Et/Pt.
Et's Red Carpet Coverage: You can follow Et's coverage right here at ETonline.com and on Twitter (@etnow) and Instagram (@entertainmenttonight) ahead of Monday's full post-show coverage airing on Entertainment Tonight (check local listings).
"[We're going to] drink a little more this year, get a little more crazy," Bentley promised in an interview with Et earlier this week.
"Drink a little more, host a little less," Bryan chimed in, singing along to »
Billie Lourd encountered unbelievable tragedy in December when both her mother and her grandmother, Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds, passed away within one day of each other. The 24-year-old Scream Queens star's uncle Todd Fisher recently sat down with Entertainment Tonight's Nancy O'Dell to give an update on how his niece is doing. "She's dealing with two gigantic losses," he said. "These two girls - my girls, my mother and my sister, were big, big personalities [with a] big influence on Billie, myself, many people . . . There's a vacuum in the room and she's feeling it and we're all feeling it . . . I'm letting [Billie] breathe, you know? She needs to breathe. She needs to step back from all of this loss." The Star Wars actress, 60, suffered a heart attack while on a flight from London to Lax. Her mother died only one day later after having a stroke in La at the age »
- Quinn Keaney
A massive memorial celebrating the lives and legacies of Carrie Fisher and her mother, Debbie Reynolds, is being held this weekend, and one of Fisher's close friends, musician James Blunt, composed a special song dedicated to the late Star Wars icon that will play alongside a video tribute.
"[Years ago], James Blunt came to Los Angeles, did not have anywhere to stay and was going to come and record a [song] he was still writing," Todd said, recalling how his sister invited him to crash at her house while he wrote.
"She said, 'Stay at my place,' [so] he is literally staying at her place [when] he writes, 'You're Beautiful' »
Three days before the public memorial for Debbie Reynolds and her daughter Carrie Fisher, who died within a day of each other in December, Todd Fisher opened up about the tragic loss of his mother and sister in an exclusive interview with Entertainment Tonight.
In a clip from his Et interview with Nancy O'Dell, which airs on Wednesday, Fisher discussed a conversation he had with his mother on the night Carrie died. "It looked like she asked permission to leave, told me she was going to leave, told me she loved me, »
Et's Nancy O'Dell sat down with Todd in Los Angeles on Wednesday, where he opened up about the tragic December deaths of his sister, Carrie Fisher, and their mother, Debbie Reynolds -- and revealed how Carrie's daughter has been dealing with the "horrible loss."
"Billie is 24 years old. She's dealing with two gigantic losses," Todd shared. "These two girls -- my girls, my mother and my sister, were big, big personalities [with a] big influence on Billie, myself, many people."
"There's a vacuum in the room and she's feeling it and we're all feeling it. It's just that I'm 59 and I have no choice but to step up and put this stuff forward," he continued. "I'm letting [Billie] breathe, you know? She needs to breathe. She needs to step back from all of this loss »
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