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Damn it, Blake Shelton – why did you have to be so awesomely offensive in your Christmas special last year? Thanks to your side-splitting Claymation spoof with Larry the Cable Guy, in which you shot Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and incinerated Sam the Snowman, NBC must've been scared off. In your place, Kelly Clarkson gave us a boring, misguided and uneven hour of television that served as little more than a commercial for her new holiday album, Wrapped in Red. Look, I get that the Peacock network is on a singing-contest-winner »
The country fivesome clearly dominated the night with the best performance of the competition thus far. God bless America!
The Sing-Off returned for round two Dec. 11, pitting the remaining nine a cappella groups against one another in the ongoing war of warbles. Of course, because TV war is different than real-life war, this week’s battleground was paved with “party anthems!” And sadly, one group’s party had to end a little early.
‘The Sing-Off’ Night 2 Results: Calle Sol Eliminated
Though talented, Calle Sol has always seemed to value style over substance, so I wasn’t too surprised to see them eliminated tonight. Plus, they did Ricky Martin‘s “Livin’ La Vida Loca” as their party anthem, so it was basically a suicide mission from the start.
‘The Sing-Off’: Ranking The Remaining 8 Home Free: 'Life Is A Highway'
1. Home Free: “Life Is A Highway”
I’m not a country music fan, »
- Andy Swift
The biggest boy band in the world & the biggest bird on the block, together at last!
Big Bird didn’t know he’s beautiful — until One Direction arrived on Sesame Street! The “Story Of My Life” singers recently paid a visit to the show’s Queens, N.Y., set; and now, we have a first-look photo of their appearance.
The just-released photo finds Harry Styles, Zayn Malik, Louis Tomlinson, Niall Horan and Liam Payne posing with Big Bird, though behind-the-scenes shots leaked on Twitter reveal the fivesome will also be fraternizing with several other Muppets.
— Andy Swift
- Andy Swift
Showtime renews Episodes for a fourth season - The Hollywood Reporter Zero Dark Thirty actor might be the new Terminator - Vulture This is how The Hobbit does a cappella - HuffPost Entertainment Will the stars return for Bad Boys 3? - Moviefone 7 news stories that are clearly just horror-movie premises - Cracked What happened on Sons of Anarchy's sixth season finale? - BuddyTV Watch John Goodman's SNL promos - Splitsider Trend report: superstuffed superhero movies - The Daily Beast Get a refresher on who's who in The Hobbit - Rotten Tomatoes Watch the trailer for Doctor Who's Christmas special - Popsugar Tech »
- Maggie Pehanick
This week’s issue of EW is going to feature a lot of T & A.
That’s Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, you sickos. The two women, who will host the Golden Globes next month for the second year in a row, accepted a one-week job to become guest editors of EW. What does that mean, you ask? It means they wrote the Must List and Bullseye, assigned several stories and ran down the hallway screaming things like, “Orphan Black is the new Orange is the New Black!” and “Change all fonts to Comic Sans at once!” Of course, if »
- Dan Snierson
Watch an exclusive clip from the Christmas episode of ABC’s ‘The Neighbors,’ airing Dec. 13!
If you thought The Neighbors went all-out for Halloween — excuse me, Challoweenukah – just wait until you see what ABC’s other-worldly comedy has in store for Christmas! In this clip from the Dec. 13 episode, obtained exclusively by HollywoodLife.com, Dick Butkus (Ian Patrick) gives old St. Nicholas a piece of his mind.
“I don’t have time for your nonsense; I know you’re not the real Santa,” young Dick tells the impostor. “Tell Santa that Dick Butkus was good all year, and all I want is an ant farm. Can you do that?”
He finishes his kiss-off by handing St. Nick a $20 bill, because there’s a sale on deodorant — and he needs it.
Dick Butkus: Hot For Nanny?
Dick’s shenanigans will continue through the new year, as well. Former Saturday Night Live »
- Andy Swift
John Goodman is hosting “SNL” this week for the 13th time, a day after Friday the 13th. “Lucky number 13, what could go wrong?” the “Inside Llewyn Davis” actor cryptically asked in the promos as a black cat crossed his path. Well, for starters, Goodman could lose his mind at an innocent “Roseanne” reference by “Saturday Night Live” star Taran Killam. That happens. See video: ‘SNL’ Spoofs ‘Sound of Music’ With Kristen Wiig and Fred Armisen, ‘Anchorman’ Cast Joins One Direction The clips promoting this weekend’s episode also include Killam dropping the “best joke over” (it’s the worst) before zooming back to his native. »
- Tony Maglio
Angelina Jolie has been banned from flying - HuffPost Celebrity Ashton Kutcher shows his love for Mila Kunis - Us Weekly Is Daniel Craig still hot with long hair? - Lainey Gossip Britney Spears's sister covers her hit song - People See Kelly Clarkson's silly Christmas card - BuzzFeed John Goodman is coming to SNL - Et Everyone is giving Rihanna Christmas gifts - Gossip Girl Prince Harry in high spirits in the South Pole - The Daily Beast Maria Menounos's weird stylist lawsuit comes to an end - Hollywood Reporter Ellen slams Portia de Rossi split rumors - TooFab Will you see Orlando Bloom's latest? - Rotten Tomatoes Real Housewives star accused of making a racist remark - Wonderwall Joey Lawrence is keeping his clothes on - YourTango »
- Maria Mercedes Lara
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SNL star Taran Killam and the 61-year-old Alpha House star attempt to sing a few holiday carols, though both men are a bit tone def. The guys then decide that it would be a "heck of a lot cuter" if they were shrunk down on the Christmas tree.
After viewing these promos, will you watch Goodman host SNL? »
There are several types of Hollywood scandals – the tragic, the unnecessary, the heart rending – and then there are the Schadenfreude ha ha he got caught with his pants down moments. The list below contains both types of scandals – endless fodder for conspiracy theorists and the sleaziest tabloids.
Unfortunately for every Hugh Grant caught with a hooker scandal, there are morbid tales of death and self destruction – River Phoenix, Heath Ledger, Brittany Murphy – are among the unfortunate talents who succumbed to the lure of the dark, seedy underbelly of fame.
I have listed 10 of the worst scandals that have ever shocked Hollywood. Please add your own below.
10. Rob Lowe
Robe Lowe is a talented actor whose popularity has spanned from being a member of the 1980s Brat Pack of actors (starring in films like St Elmo’s Fire and About Last Night…) right »
- Clare Simpson
John Goodman will host Saturday Night Live for an astonishing 13th time this weekend. (Note for trivia hounds: This makes Goodman SNL’s third most frequent host, close on the heels of Alec Baldwin, who’s hosted 16 times, and Steve Martin, who’s hosted 15 times.)
Somehow, though, it’s been 150 12 long years since the last time Goodman helmed the show — and in the promos below, you’ll see precisely why that’s ridiculous. Whether he’s skewering Clinton-era “celebrity” Linda Tripp during his ’90s SNL heyday or goofing around with current cast member Taran Killam outside of Rockefeller Center, Goodman »
- Hillary Busis
If you happened to watch "Saturday Night Live" last weekend, you might have caught the show's spoof on the recent trend of African-American themed holiday films entitled "White Christmas." The skit featured Paul Rudd as a Caucasian version of Tyler Perry's signature Madea character as well as also poking fun at the box office smash "The Best Man Holiday." Conveniently, HitFix spoke to Perry, who was promoting "A Madea Christmas," less than 12 hours after the skit aired and asked him what his reaction was. "It's funny that you mention that," Perry says. "I was watching 'SNL' last night and right after »
- Gregory Ellwood
Once upon a time, Adam Sandler churned out comedies with very modest budgets. They did pretty well at the box office and everyone involved turned a tidy little profit, leading to new greenlights and more creative freedom. Unfortunately, along the way, the budgets started getting bigger and bigger and long story short, he.s now apparently the most overpriced actor in Hollywood. The annual study published by Forbes singled the former Saturday Night Live star out thanks to a failures of Jack & Jill and That.s My Boy. The latter in particular brought in less than its budget at the box office, and when added to the advertising budget, it likely lost a pretty penny, even with DVD sales. Grown Ups 2, on the other hand, did very, very well at the box office, but since the period in question measured ended on June of this past year, that film »
New Delhi, Dec 11: Miley Cyrus has been named as the best artist of 2013 by MTV.
MTV said that the 21-year-old singer dominated the music charts and the headlines with her album 'Bangerz', her performances at awards shows and her TV hosting stint on the show 'Saturday Night Live'.
While announcing the results, MTV also said that she is the third artist to receive the distinction of being named MTV's Best Artist of the Year with past honorees including Katy Perry and One Direction in the past two consecutive years, China Daily reported.
The 'Wrecking Ball' hitmaker was also ranked as MTV.com top artist, based on fan visits to the site, and had the most watched video of 2013 on her live performance with singer Robin. »
- Shiva Prakash
Did you know that at thirteen episodes, John Goodman is closing in on Steve Martin and Alec Baldwin for most SNL episodes hosted? He's also making all of our nation's grandpas look less jolly in comparison, but there's not much anyone can do about that. In addition to all his shrinking and shrieking, we like the idea that the Inside Llewyn Davis actor's one insecurity is playing second fiddle to Roseanne. He truly is crazy. »
- Halle Kiefer
John Goodman is getting into the Christmas spirit. The veteran actor, currently seen on the big screen in the Coen brothers' Inside Llewyn Davis, takes the Saturday Night Live stage this weekend for an astonishing 13th time as host. With the help of SNL's Taran Killam, Goodman got into a festive mood outside Rockefeller Center. Video: 'SNL' Recap: 'Anchorman 2' Cast Battles One Direction Only two promos were unveiled this time around for a brief 37-second teaser, with the first focusing on Goodman's 13th time taking the stage. It just so happens that Friday is also Friday the 13th,
- Philiana Ng
There’s a premium on live and special event programming these days, and NBC tapped into that in a big way last week in dominating the frame with one of its most impressive performances in years.
The Peacock, which is powered in the fall by the one-two punch of DVR-proof “Sunday Night Football” and the mostly live music competition series “The Voice,” added another watch-me-now event to its roster with a live presentation of “The Sound of Music.”
The Carrie Underwood-fronted project, from exec producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron and based on the Broadway musical, delivered very impressive Nielsen numbers, including NBC’s best non-sports 18-49 score for a Thursday (4.6 rating/13 share) since the night of the “ER” finale in 2009, and its largest overall non-sports audience on the night (18.62 million) since 2004.
NBC also points out that “Sound of Music Live” attracted plenty of “upscale” viewers, earning a 6.8 rating »
- Rick Kissell
From Ehren Kruger (The Ring, Transformers), the futurstic crime thriller centers on a fugitive robot (Heusinger) accused of first-degree murder and the female public defender forced to fight for his cause. What’s more, the ‘bot may hold the key to the future of human evolution.
Our sister site Deadline first reported the news.
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- Megan Masters
Will Ferrell (in character as Ron Burgundy) and Robin Thicke offer a novel approach to the duet format in their cover of Christopher Cross' "Ride Like the Wind" for the Anchorman 2 soundtrack. While Thicke handles most of the vocal work (aside from Burgundy's echo, heavy on the vibrato, of the refrain "such a long way to goooo"), the news anchor serves as a sort of inept hype-man, with exclamations such as "It's a hot wind!" and "Feel that draft up your skirt ladies? That's me."
Ron Burgundy Uncensored: »
IFC’s “Portlandia” — and its eccentric characters — will back on Feb. 27 for the 10-episode fourth season of the Emmy-nominated sketch comedy series. Joining co-creators and stars Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein in “Portlandia” this time around will be Vanessa Bayer (“Saturday Night Live”), Kirsten Dunst (“Spider-Man”), singer-songwriter k.d. lang, Maya Rudolph (“Bridesmaids”), Nick Swardson (“Reno 911!)” and plenty more. Paul Allen and members of the Portland Trail Blazers will also visit the beloved but oddball world this season. Also read: ‘SNL’ Spoofs ‘Sound of Music’ With Kristen Wiig and Fred Armisen, ‘Anchorman’ Cast Joins One Direction (Video) Returning guests from »
- Tony Maglio
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