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There was breaking news this morning out of Newtown, Connecticut when at least one gunman opened fire at Sandy Hook Elementary School. CBS News is reporting that a minimum of 27 people were killed in this massacre, including an estimated 18 young children.
Lt. J. Paul Vance of the Connecticut State Police held a press conference to assure concerned citizens that "the scene is secure" and "the shooter is deceased inside the building." Twenty-year-old Adam Lanza has reportedly emerged as the gunman. Brother Ryan, 24, had previously been named as the suspect, but sources are now telling the Associated Press that after being questioned by police it was determined that he was not involved. Their mother was a teacher at the school and is presumed to be one of the fatalities. An additional investigation is ongoing at another location, where one more victim was allegedly killed. The two crime scenes are thought to be linked. President Obama has been »
Current TV will premiere the special .Joy Behar.s Comics with Benefits,. on Friday, December 14th at 9:00 Pm Et. Taped earlier in New York City, the program features Behar and Larry David, Andy Borowitz, Wendy Williams, Colin Quinn, Sherri Shepherd, Dee Snider, Darrell Hammond, Susie Essman, Judy Gold, Mario Cantone, John Fugelsang and many more notable names on. The televised special, initially planned to be 90-minutes, has been extended to two-hours to accommodate expanded content from the live show. Here is a clip from the special, featuring Joy Behar and Larry David: The live fundraiser was presented in conjunction with 92nd Street Y in New York City. Current TV and 92Y are donating proceeds from the »
- April MacIntyre
Serena Williams hasn't commented on her friend and fellow tennis player Caroline Wozniacki's impersonation of her at last weekend's Roger Federer Tour in Sao Paolo, Brazil. But plenty of folks are doing the talking for her after video of the send-up surfaced online -- with some calling the prank racist.
The gag, which involved Wozniacki padding her skirt and top, didn't bring the 22-year-old Danish tennis player any luck in her match either, as she ultimately lost to Maria Sharapova.
"It was all in good fun as Serena is one of her closest friends on tour," Wozniacki's rep tells ABCNews.com.
But much like Twitter commenters, the ladies of "The View" were divided on whether the joke was racist or harmless.
"I know they are friends, but still, inside it does something to me, because we've been made fun of for so long for different parts of our bodies, »
Sherri Shepherd has bonded so quickly with the new dog she adopted over the weekend that she's got a very important question to put before her boss. "I'm going to ask Barbara [Walters] if I can bring her to work," The View cohost tells People. "I'm going to get her when she's in a really good mood - after she interviews the President." The 3-year-old black Lab, which Shepherd adopted from the Baker Bridge Rescue of Charleston, Tenn., arrived on Saturday and has been by the 30 Rock star's side ever since. "My dog, she's on me like white on rice - she's like my shadow, »
- Amy Jamieson
Shepherd wears a wig every day, and she also has her own line of wigs that she sells. The "30 Rock" star had Hasselbeck wear one of brunette hairpieces as part of a promotional bit she was doing for her side business during today's episode of "The View."
"The great thing about my wigs is it comes out of the box already styled, just put it on," Shepherd explains.
Hasselback adds, "They're actually very comfortable to wear."
Fun fact: Hasselbeck actually used to be a brunette. Daily Mail posted a photo of her form her high school days earlier this year that show a very different woman than we now know. Maybe it's about time that she brings that color back! »
var brightcovevideoid = '1995283261001'; Dancing with the Stars finalists Kelly Monaco and Val Chmerkovskiy's intense chemistry was buzzed-about all season long. Now, following their third-place finish in the season 15 finale, they're in for a big adjustment - but not before some final friendly kisses. "I've spent every day with him for the past three and a half months for 12 hours a day," Kelly Monaco told People. "It's going to be super strange not having him around." Chmerkovskiy - who joined the show alongside his brother Maksim on season 13 when he danced with Elisabetta Canbalis (they placed 11th) and then »
- Michele Stueven
Tune in alert as Gsn's "The Newlywed Game" Features Circus couples this Thursday, November 29 at 8pm Et. The special themed Circus episode features professional clowns, acrobats, and magicians. These uniquely talented couples thrive in the three-ring circus, but can they master the circus of marriage? Tune-in to find out. · Mike and Kelly Smith from New York, NY (Clowns) · Jonathon and Christine Conant from Santa Monica, CA (Acrobats) · Jaysin and Niki Katsikis from Roselle, NJ (Magician and Performer) The Newlywed Game, hosted by Sherri Shepherd, airs every Thursday in back-to-back episodes starting at 8pm Et on Gsn. »
- April MacIntyre
The ladies on The View always make sure to hit big topics on the show, and today one of those bullet points was Chris Brown. After discussing whatever it is he's doing with Rihanna, the cohosts brought up Breezy's vulgar Twitter feud that occurred yesterday with comedy writer Jenny Johnson. "I think it's disgusting, first of all," Elizabeth Hasselbeck said. "But also, it seems like verbal rape to me. And I think at some point there's gotta be a point where Twitter should ban anyone who writes anything forever on there and you should identify yourself." Hasselbeck, along with Sherri Shepherd, both clarified that although Brown's comments were extreme, »
Sherri Shepherd said on the Nov. 26 episode of 'The View' that she has had enough of Rihanna and Chris Brown's social media games -- she wants the two to admit they're dating already! Rihanna and Chris Brown have been sending (not so) secret messages to each other on Twitter for months and Sherri Shepherd has had enough! The 45-year-old co-host on The View thinks Rihanna and Chris should come clean about their relationship, despite the negative reaction they may receive from fans. "You're tweeting it out there," Sherri exclaimed during the the Nov. 26 episode of The View, alluding to the shirtless photo of Chris that Rihanna recently posted on Instagram. "I just wish Rihanna would go ahead and let folks know they're back together, instead of tweeting pictures, taking them back and doing Youtube videos," she continued. "Just let people know and deal with the consequences." Do You »
- Hollywood Life Staff
During the Nov. 26 episode of 'The View,' Elisabeth Hasselbeck referred to Chris' behavior on Twitter as 'verbal rape.' Chris deleted his Twitter account on Nov. 25 after engaging in a feud with comedy writer Jenny Johnson when she challenged him over his 2009 assault on Rihanna. Wow! Those are some strong words that Elisabeth Hasselbeck used regarding Chris Brown's Twitter fight with Jenny Johnson. We will admit that Chris' tweets were vulgar, but do you feel that Chris verbally raped Jenny? Elisabeth says that Chris engaged in "verbal rape" on Twitter, but Whoopi Goldberg and Sherri Shepherd disagreed with their co-host while discussing the "hot topic" on The View. 'The View' Co-hosts Disagree -- Jenny Deserved Chris' Wrath? "I disagree -- that's not verbal rape," Whoopi declared in what seemed to be an act of defense on Chris' behalf. Sherri couldn't help but agree. She said, "If you're going »
- Christopher Rogers
The people have spoken, and they remain enamored with Glee and The Vampire Diaries. The Fox musicomdrama and the CW thriller scored a leading five nominations apiece for the 2013 People’s Choice Awards. Following close behind with four nods was Supernatural, while The Big Bang Theory, The Voice, The X Factor, Once Upon a Time and Castle all scored three. Scroll down for the complete list of TV nominations (winners will be announced during a live ceremony hosted by Big Bang‘s Kaley Cuoco on Jan. 9 on CBS). And to vote, click here.
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- firstname.lastname@example.org (Steve Marsi)
The 2013 edition of the awards is set for Jan. 9, and per usual they'll run the gamut of movies, TV and music. Bieber picked up five nominations in the music category, including nods for favorite male artist and favorite pop artist. He'll also compete against his ex-girlfriend, Selena Gomez, in the "favorite music fan following" category.
Tatum has four nominations, including ones for favorite comedic and dramatic actor (range!). Emma Stone and Jennifer Lawrence are the top female nominees with three each. Adam Levine has only one individual nomination -- for favorite celebrity judge -- but between "The Voice" and Maroon 5, he's part of six nominees.
Noticeably absent from the movie categories is "Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2." It opens Friday (Nov. 16), which apparently was too late for this year's awards. »
The Fox musicomdrama and the CW thriller scored a leading five nominations apiece for the 2013 People’s Choice Awards.
Scroll down for the complete list of TV nominations (winners will be announced during a live ceremony hosted by Big Bang‘s Kaley Cuoco on Jan. 9 on CBS). And to vote, click here.
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- Michael Ausiello
30 Rock star Sherri Shepherd is headlining a Hurricane Sandy benefit in New York City. Shepherd - who also co-hosts The View - will aiding relief efforts with the 'Stand Up to Sandy' show at the famous Stand Up NY comedy club on Sunday (November 11). Caroline Rhea of Sabrina the Teenage Witch is also on the bill for the stand-up benefit show. Proceeds raised from 'Stand Up to Sandy' (more) »
- By Justin Harp
The East Coast is braving through Hurricane Sandy and it's all anyone (celebrities included) are talking and tweeting about.
Here's what the stars are saying about the hurricane heard 'round the world:
Bruno Mars: "Stay strong east coast fam"
Margaret Cho: "sending love to everyone hit by sandy - i am so worried!"
James Van Der Beek: "Sending everybody on the east coast lots of prayers and good energy."
Jesse Williams: "If the subways are flooding, the rats are coming to the surface, to take back their city! #NeverForgetThisImage"
Jennifer Lopez: "If you need a safe place to stay, shelter info avail. in #RedCross HurricanApp #Sandy http://bit.ly/red__cross."
Adam McKay: "Any thinking of using the storm as excuse to loot: you're scum. However, I'll pay 20 cents on the dollar for 100 inch Sony 3D TV."
Josh Groban: "Shout out to all the scared pets! Hang tight little »
Tay Swift admits that she thinks it's funny after her ex-boyfriends hear a not-so-nice song that she wrote about them! Is she an inspiration to all women or what? Taylor Swift is a dangerous lady to date! The 22-year-old country cutie chatted with the women of The View on Oct. 24 and revealed what happens after she writes one of her famous tell-all ex-boyfriend songs! Sherri Shepherd coyly asked Taylor what happens after Taylor writes a song like "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together " and Taylor responded with a hilariously shocking reply: her ex-boyfriends send her emails! "It’s usually emails," Taylor says. "Some of them are really lengthy. Sometimes you have to send an Internet meme back. At a certain point it gets comical. At a certain point you write a song 'we Are never, ever, ever getting back together.'" While we're sure the boys aren't laughing on »
- Nicole Karlis
Ann Romney sat on the couch with the women of "The View," despite her husband Mitt Romney's change of mind about sharing the hot seat. Right off the bat, the candidate's wife was pressed by Barbara Walters about her position on abortion. Ann says she's glad she's not the one running for office, so she doesn't have to share her views, but revealed she considers herself pro-life.
"I think we all have to understand that this is a very tender issue," says Ann. "And there are people on both sides of the issue that -- with very good conscience -- come with a different opinion. And I think the most important thing we can do is have respect for each other in this dialogue."
When pressed by "View" co-host Sherri Shepherd as to why on earth she doesn't watch television, Ann insisted, "I'm a big TV fan." Mrs. Romney »
8:00 Dancing With the Stars (new) 9:00 ABC News' Your Voice, Your Vote: 2012 Presidential Debate (new) 11:35 Nightline (new) 12:00 Jimmy Kimmel Live (new, with guest Don Rickles) 8:00 NCIS: Los Angeles (repeat) 9:00 CBS News: The Second Presidential Debate (new) 11:35 Late Show With David Letterman (repeat, with guest Steve Martin) 12:37 The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson (new, with guests Lauren Graham and James Patterson) 8:00 Raising Hope (new) 8:30 Ben and Kate (new) 9:00 Fox News Presidential Debate (new) 8:00 The Voice (new) 9:00 2012 Presidential Debate (new) 11:34 The Tonight Show With Jay Leno (repeat, with guests Christina Aguilera and Sherri Shepherd) 12:37 Late Night With Jimmy Fallon (repeat, with guests Jerry Seinfeld, Anthony Anderson, Zach Cregger, and Jesse Bradford) 8:00 Hart of Dixie (new) 9:00 Emily Owens: M.D. (new, series premiere) More TV to watch when you read more. »
- Maggie Pehanick
It's a black movie weekend on the Lifetime channel, with 2 original feature films both starring all-black casts, making their world premieres, headlining the network's Saturday and Sunday primetime schedule. Thanks to recent news, like the lawsuit filed against the producers of the film, we've already harped all week about the Steel Magnolias remake (which is set to air on Sunday, October 7, at 9/8c), so much that we've neglected to remind you of the other film that's also making its debut this week - Abducted: The Carlina White Story - which will air the day prior to Steel Magnolias, tomorrow, Saturday, October 6, at 8/7c. Recapping that story... Abducted: The Carlina White Story stars Aunjanue Ellis, Keke Palmer, Roger Cross and Sherri Shepherd in the true story of Carlina White (played by Palmer), who, after being abducted as an infant from a New York...
- Tambay A. Obenson
On Saturday, Oct. 6, Lifetime will present the world premiere of Abducted: The Carlina White Story. The original film, starring Keke Palmer (True Jackson, VP), Aunjanue Ellis (The Help), Sherri Shepherd (The View) and Roger Cross (24) tells the stunning true story of White, who was abducted from a New York hospital in 1987 when she was just 19 days old, then solved her own kidnapping more than two decades later. Shepherd and Cross portray Carlina’s parents, Joy White and Carl Tyson, who took their infant daughter to Harlem Hospital seeking treatment for her fever. Shortly after the baby was admitted, she [...] »
- Lori Acken
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