Yikes! Was that the sound of a million, screaming tween girls recoiling in horror?
Don't worry fans, Justin Bieber isn't planning on ditching his hip-hop bling for cowboy boots any time soon. But the teen sensation is teaming up with country music group Rascal Flatts to record a duet in 2011 - and it was Biebs' idea.
"[Justin] asked us to do a duet with him on his next record," Rascal Flatts lead singer Gary LeVox told WSIX. "It's actually a really good song!"
Now that we’ve said farewell to “Larry King Live,” it’s time to welcome "Piers Morgan Tonight."
Morgan will slide into the 9 p.m. slot exactly one month from today, January 17, 2011.
Save the date, and stay tuned for more announcements.
Remember when everyone was worried about David Arquette having a nervous breakdown? Yeah, he was just joking when he said that.
In fact, the same applies to another little tidbit that's been making its rounds: it turns out Vanessa Minnillo and Nick Lachey won't be marrying in Italy.
Arquette and Minnillo have both spoken up about their respective reports, clarifying that neither statement made was meant to be taken seriously.
Did you forget that reality TV stars are like, the thing to care about? You did? Well, thank goodness this week’s celebrity weekly round-up is here to remind you!
In a week where celebrity couple after celebrity couple – and by that we mean two individuals that get paid to practice the craft of acting, singing, what have you – ended their relationships, apparently the only thing that’ll sell these mags is news about “Teen Moms” and “Kardashians.”
If you’re not Sandra Bullock, you probably didn’t stand a chance.
Until next week…
The video starts with words of doom and gloom from Collider.com, claiming that "a Friday air date is usually the beginning of the end for any series."
And then, almost acting as TV coroners, more pronouncements from bloggers flash on the screen, proclaiming a surefire death for Fox's cult series "Fringe."
This new Fox promo for the show - which, if you can't already tell is jumping from Thursday to Friday in the new year - pokes fun at the long-held belief that many shows can't survive on Friday (especially on the post-"X-Files" Fox, where "genre" shows like "Firefly," "Dark Angel," "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles" and "Wonderfalls" met an early demise).
If the story of Gwyneth Paltrow’s rehabilitating, country-singing character in “Country Strong” winds up reminding you of anyone, it’ll probably be Britney Spears.
The movie’s writer-director, Shana Feste, told the Los Angeles Times that the love-hate relationship between major stars and the media is what inspired her to create Paltrow’s Kelly Canter, a singer who’s fallen from grace.
"That's where this movie came from. I mean, I was seeing what was happening in the media to Britney Spears," she told the paper.
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