Gwyneth Paltrow and Cee Lo are making beautiful music together.
As Marquee previously reported, Cee Lo hinted that he and the 38-year-old "Country Strong" star — who performed a cleaned-up version of his hit "F— You" on "Glee" in November — were collaborating on a hush-hush project. Now, the musician confirms that they actually re-recorded a new version of the popular song over the weekend.
"She sings like a natural," 36-year-old Cee Lo tells People.
In addition to recording a single, the twosome will team up again on "Saturday Night Live." Paltrow is set to host the January 15 show, with Cee Lo appearing as the musical guest.
Will the red-hot duo perform their new song? Stay tuned!
Editor's Note: This post contains spoilers from the January 4, 2011 episode of "V."
After a first season that crossed the line right into cheesy-town on a couple of occasions, "V" was back Tuesday night, increasing the stakes and especially the creepiness.
It's hard to believe that the aliens were able to make such quick work of the world after just two months. For much of the first season, the populace seemed to be eating out of the palms of their hands, but not lately.
Anna, accused of starting to have human emotions, covered the earth with a "red sky," and we got a nice little fake-out in the first scene, with everyone on earth having passed out - of course, it was all just a dream of Erica's.
"American Idol" is getting a major face-lift. Besides new judges Jennifer Lopez and Steven Tyler, a slew of other changes are in store for the next season.
For starters, expect a fresh new set that will also show off new musical director Raymond Chew, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
As has been rumored, the elimination process will be much swifter, with the singing competition skipping the Top 24 and going directly to a Top 12 (or 15 – producers are still deciding). In addition to choosing their favorites via text, viewers will now be able to vote online as well.
Is there room for another dance show on TV?
One with a traveling "state-of-the-art dance dome" - open to everyone from your kids to your grandmother - as well as the former host of "Australian Idol," Andrew Gunsberg? And most importantly, one with (a thankfully-lucid) Paula Abdul?
After two hours of watching the premiere of CBS' new mega-hyped reality show "Live to Dance" Tuesday night, I found myself surprised to say... yes.
Sherri Shepherd is going to be a changed woman in the new year – namely, a newlywed.
A rep for Shepherd confirms to People that the 43-year-old co-host of "The View" and TV writer Lamar Sally got engaged over the holidays.
"Upon arriving back to Lamar's home in Los Angeles from a trip to San Diego, Sherri was surprised to find their accommodations had been decorated with lights by one of Sal's best friends, her dog was wearing a Santa beard and hat, and, in the middle of a dish of Sherri's favorite but forbidden M&M's [she is diabetic], was a tiny little box," says the rep.
A country song about Jake Gyllenhaal might appear any day now, since the actor and Taylor Swift have split up.
"They're over," a source tells People about Gyllenhaal and Swift, who is known for her ex-boyfriend-bashing tunes. "It ended last month."
The quickie romance kicked off in October, when the duo were spotted together backstage at "Saturday Night Live." Gyllenhaal, 30, and Swift, 21, also spent Thanksgiving together and were most recently seen out and about as a couple on December 9 in Los Angeles. The new year got off to a different start, however, with Gyllenhaal spending time in New York while Swift stayed in Nashville.
As for why the pair decided to part, a source tells Us Weekly that both the age difference and media attention got to be too much for Gyllenhaal.
“Jake cares about her, but [the publicity] was a lot for him," says the insider. "He wants to keep his private life private, and that’s hard to do dating Taylor.”
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