Have plans for New Year's Eve yet? Anderson Cooper and Kathy Griffin do. The dynamic duo will be together again to ring in 2011 live from Times Square in NYC.
This is the fourth year the two have hosted "New Year's Eve Live with Anderson Cooper and Kathy Griffin," and they’ll resume their duties on Friday, December 31 from 11 p.m. to 12:30 a.m.
Griffin, who came under fire as of late when she unleashed a Bristol Palin fat joke, said in a statement, "The Most Trusted Name in News just got a whole lot more trusting." The comedian added, "I'm thrilled that they're letting me co-host New Year’s Eve with Anderson Cooper again!"
"The King's Speech" received the king's ransom of Golden Globes nods Tuesday, nabbing nominations in seven categories.
Best supporting actor nominee Geoffrey Rush, who plays Lionel Logue in the film, thinks today's nominations show just how much this story, about Britain's King George VI and his attempts to overcome his speech impediment as he reluctantly takes the throne, resonates around the world.
“Playing an Australian commoner called upon to teach a reluctant English King some life lessons for me was fascinating in itself," Rush told CNN in a statement. "To have it embraced by American audiences and to be so honored by the HFPA only endorses how global this story has become. Seeing a small scale project play into an international arena makes this all the more worthwhile."
Michael Jackson fans are fuming over an upcoming Discovery Channel special that features a re-enactment of the late King of Pop's autopsy. Now, they've launched an online petition to try to stop the documentary from airing.
"Based on the autopsy’s report and court documents, the film will show a reproduction of the body of the star in every detail," the petition says of "Michael Jackson's Autopsy: What Really Killed Michael Jackson," set to air in the U.K. on January 13.
The group is urging fans of Jackson – who died of a drug overdose at age 50 in 2009 - to voice their complaints to the Discovery Channel, claiming that "[t]he documentary aims to follow a doctor who will dissect the body and reveal the true reasons for his death by spreading rumors about his addiction or his skin condition."
Leighton Meester may be known for playing Upper East Side schemer Blair Waldorf on the CW’s “Gossip Girl,” but the 24-year-old actress had to rustle up some country charm for her role in the upcoming movie, “Country Strong.”
Meester stars alongside Gwyneth Paltrow in the film about a rehabilitating country singer (Paltrow) who’s trying to make a comeback amidst the competition: Meester’s Chiles Stanton.
In order to get a little bit country, Meester - who has showcased her vocal talents on songs like "Somebody to Love" – turned to some of the genre's top sellers.
It seems there's no life left in the marriage of "Dexter" co-stars Michael C. Hall and Jennifer Carpenter. The couple have announced that they've split up.
"Having been separated for some time, Jennifer Carpenter and Michael C. Hall have filed for divorce," their reps tell CNN in a joint statement.
Carpenter, 31, wed Hall, 39, on December 31, 2008, and stood by him as he battled Hodgkin's lymphoma this year.
It's no surprise that Emma Stone landed on the "Who's Hot" list of January's W magazine. With every performance, the actress gives it her all – especially in that over-the-top sex scene in "Easy A."
“Simulation of sex is a real workout," says Stone, who was photographed for the magazine by Inez Van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin. "We must have done a hundred takes."
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