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The NY Knicks are the Lakers of the East Coast ... and not just because they suck -- they drew some of the biggest stars in the world to their home opener last night.Everyone from Justin Bieber to Spike Lee to Ben Stiller was there ... but the winner of the celebrity showdown was clearly Taylor Swift -- who sat courtside with a hot lingerie model friend.Taylor and Victoria's Secret stunner Karlie Kloss drank beers »
- TMZ Staff
Big changes just keep targeting ABC talk show “The View.” The gabfest is now moving under the ABC News umbrella, the company's non-fiction programming group. ABC News President James Goldston shared the news on Thursday in an internal memo, obtained by TheWrap. An individual with knowledge of the situation had told TheWrap previously that the two groups were jockeying for ownership of the daytime talker for several weeks. See video: Taylor Swift Calls Out Record Label Over Her Pop Album: ‘They Were Nervous … But Won't Admit It’ In the note, Goldston pointed out how “The View” always teetered between opinion and news programming. »
- Tony Maglio
Taylor Swift is currently in the middle of jam-packed press tour, but she's already excited about getting out to arenas for a 1989 tour. The singer teased what will definitely be a hot ticket during an outdoor concert on Good Morning America on Thursday morning. "I am gonna be going out on tour very soon! We're in the early stages of planning the actual show," she told Robin Roberts. "I'm excited about announcing things when I can announce them, but it's going to be happening!" More ABC Us news | ABC Health News Read more Taylor Swift's '1989': What the
- Ashley Lee
For 18 seasons, “The View” has been one of the crown jewels of ABC Daytime programming block. But in a significant restructuring that could foreshadow the management style of incoming president Ben Sherwood, ABC’s daytime executives are losing oversight of the show, Variety has learned.
Starting today, “The View” will be part of the non-fiction branch of programming within ABC News, which produces the documentary series “NY Med.” The talk show will now be in the growing portfolio of ABC News president James Goldston, Sherwood’s right-hand man who helped revamp “Good Morning America.”
“Moving ‘The View’ to our non-fiction programming group now allows it to fully draw on the vast resources of ABC News and our team in New York, where the show is based right next door,” Goldston says in a memo Variety obtained from the network that will circulate to staffers on Thursday morning. “We couldn’t »
- Ramin Setoodeh
Taylor Swift's 1989 continues to rack up monster sales, as industry forecasters now say the album could sell 1.2 million copies in its first week (ending on Nov. 2). It's thus nearing the 1.21 million bow of her last album, 2012's Red (which was also the last release to sell a million copies in a week, according to Nielsen SoundScan). The new album was released through Big Machine Records on Oct. 27 and is Swift's fifth studio album. It should easily debut atop next week's Billboard 200 chart, when its top 10 is revealed (along with Swift's official
- Keith Caulfield, Billboard
Ebola has landed in the U.S., and even our nation’s most beloved celebrities are (theoretically) at risk. Tonight on The Late Show, Jim Carrey did his due diligence by popping a thermometer in David Letterman’s mouth and asking him the standard Ebola screening questions, including “Have you ever kissed a monkey or licked an airport toilet seat?” and “Are you now or have you ever planned to be a member of Isis?” We’re relieved to see that Letterman appears to be just fine, mainly because Taylor Swift was his guest yesterday, and we do not want Meredith and Olivia to have to go into quarantine. »
- Anna Silman
It's official: Taylor Swift can do no wrong. Not only did is the star's new album, "1989," dominating every single music chart out there (as well as every single social media site), but Swift's also been killing it as The Voice's mega-mentor, offering up sage music and life advice to the four coaches' teams. Swift was equal measures cute and concise, making us want even more of her on the NBC reality hit...and guess what? That's exactly what we got, thanks to the exclusive outtakes we managed to get our hands on below! In the hilarious video, Swift calls Adam Levine a "gnat," gets in trouble for breaking girl code, makes a seriously outdated Napoleon Dynamite reference »
Even with Halloween right around the corner, stars were out and about around the world this week. Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, and Jessica Chastain continued promoting Interstellar in London, and Jared Leto and Alessandra Ambrosio showed off their enviable locks at a boutique opening. Ben Affleck flexed his muscles in La, while Adrian Grenier showed off his abs on the beach in Miami. Carrie Underwood concealed her baby bump in a blue dress during an appearance in NYC, where Taylor Swift was also busy promoting her new album, 1989. Keep reading to see all that and more of the best celebrity pictures this week - so far! »
Safe to say this week has been pretty purrfect for Taylor Swift. The 24-year-old pop star's latest album 1989 officially debuted on Monday, and in addition to earning rave reviews, the record has skyrocketed to the top of the music charts. Oh, and in case that's not enough of a treat, today also happens to be National Cat Day. Yeah, this week was made for T. Swift. So of course, as the hitmaker continues to make the press rounds, she's constantly quizzed about her cats—Meredith Grey and Olivia Benson, whom, as any loyal Swiftie knows, are bona fide celebrity pets. "National cat day today!" the "Shake It Off" singer exclaimed with »
Happy National Cat Day! Wait, you didn’t know that was a thing? Well it is, and TVLine is celebrating this meowst holy of holidays by sharing 10 of our favorite televised tabbies.
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Our picks range from contemporary cats like Witches of East End‘s Wendy Beauchamp to classic kitties like Garfield and Snagglepuss (who isn’t gay and how dare you for even thinking it.)
So go ahead and purrruse our selection of small-screen scratchers, then drop a comment with some of your favorites. Any key kitties we missed? »
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The 19-year-old star has a message for people saying he popped the question too early!
The 19-year-old reality star stopped by Et with his new fiancé, 18, to spill some major details about their upcoming nuptials – which he says will take place “sometime in June” -- and had a message for people who say the couple is too young to wed.
"Our relationship is focused on God,” he explained to Et. "The divorce rate is 50% for everyone. But, for Christians who are active in their faith, it is 35% less than that.”
A photo posted by John Luke Robertson (@young_and_beardless) on Oct 10, 2014 at 9:20pm Pdt
He continued, "87% of people who have not had sex before they are married have successful marriages... So, for a Christian couple, whose God is at the center of our lives -- and »
"I cyber-stalk because I care," Taylor Swift tweeted Monday, with the hashtag #taylurking at the end. For the uninitiated, taylurking is a play on lurking, which means to spy on people online without them realizing; in Taylor's case, it meant she was pulling photos of fans posing with her new album at Target and then posting them to Twitter. If you are over the age of 25 and sort of creeped out by this behavior, don't worry; her fans loved this, as she knew they would, because Taylor Swift is really, really good at social media. She treats her fans like friends, speaks their language, plays their games — all while encouraging their documentation of her album purchase. It is social media marketing extended to the hyper teenage Bff extreme. And it's totally working.A case study: Consider her newfound love for Tumblr, which she joined in order to promote 1989. Here she »
- Lindsey Weber
A younger-than-normal audience packed “The View's” studio on Wednesday morning in order to see their pop idol Taylor Swift, live and in person. Swift's new album “1989” has already shot to the top on iTunes and has received favorable reviews from critics but her label, Big Machine Records, might not have been so confident that this offering from Swift would be a success. See photos: Party Report in Pictures: Taylor Swift, Katie Holmes, Kellan Lutz, and ‘The Expendables’ Muscle in on Hollywood “I wasn't necessarily nervous about this album,” Swift said. “I think my label might have been a little nervous but. »
- Ryan O'Connell
Taylor Swift showed off her slim figure in a black bodycon dress with green panels following her appearance on the 'The Late Show with David Letterman' at the Ed Sullivan Theatre in New York. During an earlier interview Taylor revealed she doesn't understand artists who don't write their own songs. The 'Out of the Woods' singer says she and pal Ed Sheeran have so much in common because they both use their music as a way of connecting with people. She explained: "The thing with both Ed and me is that neither of use would be on stage if we didn't write our own songs. There would be no reason to be. "The addiction we have is that connection. We have spent so much of our lives alone and feeling misunderstood. You write a song about an emotion that confuses you, or about something you're scared of or excited about, »
With Craig Ferguson's final broadcast as host of The Late Late Show approaching, Metallica have booked a weeklong residency on the program to play him out in style. The band will sit for an interview with the Scottish comedian on November 17th and perform a song on the show every night that week. The group's appearance on the show coincides with the 10-year anniversary reissue of the Metallica documentary Some Kind of Monster, which will come out on November 24th, as well as a Record Store Day vinyl pressing »
Billboard is forecasting that Taylor Swift's 1989 will likely sell at least a million copies in its first week—and if that happens, Swift will become the first pop music act in history to pull off what the Los Angeles Times calls a "hat trick." The album, released at midnight Monday, would be her third consecutive one to sell more than a million copies during its debut week, a feat that's never been achieved before. It would also be just the 19th album to ever hit the million mark in one week since Nielsen SoundScan started tracking sales in 1991; »
- Evann Gastaldo
ETonline has an exclusive look behind the scenes of his zombified 'Trailer Hitch' music video.
"Most people don't know my name," he admits to ETonline. "People are looking at me funny – I think they have low expectations."
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As one half of Sugarland, Bush has sold more than 22 million albums worldwide, nabbed five No. 1 singles and won two Grammys. On his own, Bush has scored six Bmi Awards for songwriting and established his own music publishing company and songwriting collective. (Who has low expectations now?!)
Bush's sunny, impossibly catchy debut single "Trailer Hitch" is steadily climbing the charts and on Monday, the 44-year-old performed the song on Today while announcing his "Give It Away" charity initiative with Goodwill.
ETonline has an exclusive look behind the scenes of his zombie-themed »
You may love Taylor Swift and Beyoncé, but will you love them when their songs collide? Someone mashed up "Out of the Woods" with "Xo," and it's not half bad. It's really just Swift's tunes with Beyoncé's vocals, but I'm not complaining. This might even be your new jam! Take a listen below, and read up on which new Swift tracks from 1989 you need to hear. Front Page Image Source: Getty »
By now you've probably heard about the "secret sessions" that Taylor Swift held in her various homes around the country, where she invited fans to listen to 1989 months before its release. While the house parties are just another example of why Taylor is awesome, they also confused Late Show host David Letterman, who couldn't understand how and why Taylor would willingly invite her fans into her home. Luckily, she was eager to explain her logic when she dropped by his show on Tuesday. Hear Taylor's explanation of how the parties went down above, and be sure to check out more must-see viral videos. »
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