Though Katy Perry shot a smooching scene with fiancé Russell Brand for his smash hit comedy "Get Him to the Greek," their lip-lock never made it into the film.
“It got cut!” Perry, who filmed the cameo last summer, confirmed to MTV Movie News. “I was like, 'I'm sleeping with you, and you're not gonna put me in the movie? That's so messed up!'"
The problem? “Her acting was so atrocious that it ruined the film. It ruined it,” Brand, 34, jokingly told Ryan Seacrest on his radio show. “It just made the film boring and rubbish.”
Fans aren’t the only ones having fun with “Glee.”
Details gave cast member Jonathan Groff, who plays bad boy Jesse St. James, a camera to capture some behind the scenes action during the filming of the show’s finale.
Groff caught some of the backstage magic with the showdown between his character’s show choir, Vocal Adrenaline, and the kids from McKinley High at the Regional competition.
The photos include him with his castmates, during rehearsal time and during the filming of the final episode of the season which is set to air Tuesday.
Talk about bad timing.
Hot on the heels of Chace Crawford’s Friday arrest for marijuana possession comes a new interview in which he talks about pot and partying.
The Dallas native, who was arrested in a Texas parking lot, told Los Angeles Confidential magazine that playing a drug dealer in the upcoming movie "Twelve" was “a complete departure for me… he’s almost forced to sell marijuana, and he doesn’t even know what he’s doing. He’s in over his head.”
In this morning's meeting, we found ourselves chatting about Miley Cyrus once again. (Seriously, it's starting to feel like every week with this kid...)
Today, 17-year-old Miley is fighting back over the controversy of her kissing a woman onstage, and we've decided to hold a debate about it on the show tonight.
Over to the grown-ups: We just love Sandra Bullock here today! She totally rocked the MTV Movie Awards, and there's no doubt that her appearance at the awards is the final big victory over her no-good, cheating hubby Jesse James.
Elton John and Rush Limbaugh may seem like an unlikely pair to be found at the same event, but perhaps a wedding is as good a place as any to put politics aside.
As Rush Limbaugh, an outspoken conservative commentator, tied the knot for the fourth time in Palm Beach on Saturday, Elton John was on hand to help celebrate the occasion with a performance.
Although there are reports that Sir Elton was paid $1 million for the appearance, a representative for the singer would only confirm that he did indeed perform at Limbaugh’s wedding.
The 59-year-old Limbaugh married Kathryn Rogers, 33, whom he met six years ago during his third divorce, according to People.
Sorry Destiny's Child fans, but it's just not going to happen.
CNN received not one, but two statements denying Internet rumors that the R&B supergroup, which split up in 2004, was planning a reunion.
Over the weekend, Beyoncé's publicist said in an e-mail that any rumors of a reunion are false. This was followed by a second statement Monday from Matthew Knowles, just in case you didn't get the message the first time.
“Contrary to rumors online of a Destiny’s Child reunion, there are no plans for the group to reunite for a performance or album,” Knowles said. “Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams have each moved on to successful solo careers. The members remain close, but will not reunite as a group.”
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