A minor league hockey team is offering Christina Aguilera a national anthem do-over.
The superstar singer botched "The Star-Spangled Banner" before Sunday's Super Bowl, substituting a line she'd previously sung for the one she was supposed to be on.
"I got so lost in the moment of the song that I lost my place," Aguilera said. "I can only hope that everyone could feel my love for this country and that the true spirit of its anthem still came through."
Take heart Gleeks!
The cast of "Glee" is returning this spring with a 16-city North American tour.
Thirteen cast members from the hit Fox show will hit the stage beginning May 21 at the Mandalay Bay Event Center in Las Vegas.
Last night's episode of "The Bachelor" began with Brad and the eight remaining women arriving in Costa Rica for a week of fun and adventure, though I'm pretty sure at least half of them couldn't find Costa Rica on a map.
Brad gives the ladies a tour of the hotel they are all staying at, and he's looking quite sweaty. Guess he remembered his passport, but not the deodorant.
Chantal is the recipient of the first individual date, and the show's resident cartoon villain, Michelle, is not happy about it, wishing that Chantal gets attacked by monkeys and apes during her date. (Well, Tortuguero National Park in Costa Rica is home to several species of monkeys...)
On Tuesday, former MSNBC host Keith Olbermann announced that he'll be heading to Current TV to host and executive produce a new primetime nightly news and commentary show.
On top of his hosting and production duties, Olbermann will also serve as Current Media's chief news officer and will have an equity stake in the company, according to a statement.
"Nothing is more vital to a free America than a free media, and nothing is more vital to my concept of a free media than news produced independently of corporate interference," Olbermann said in a statement. Current Media was founded in 2005 by Vice President Al Gore and Joel Hyatt, and is now distributed to more than 75 million households worldwide.
In an interview with “Today’s” Meredith Vieira, Janet Jackson opens up on her struggles with body image, as well as what it was like to grow up as a Jackson.
The 44-year-old star recalls in the interview that her father Joseph told her, “'I’m Joseph to you. You do not call me Dad.’
“That affects you as a kid,” Jackson went on. “I know my father loves me. He just has a very, very different way of showing it.”
It seems as if everything Simon Cowell touches turns to gold: the original “X Factor,” “America’s Got Talent,” “American Idol.”
But that doesn’t mean he’s not nervous about the fall premiere of Fox’s “The X Factor.” After all, $5 million is a lot of money.
“I think you should be nervous,” Cowell told reporters on a conference call Monday. “By putting up that kind of prize money, it’s a massive, massive risk. But it’s also an incredible incentive, and I think it puts everybody, rightly, under an enormous amount of pressure.”
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