It's not easy being Miley Cryus.
You get that sense in the teen actress/singer's new interview with Marie Claire magazine.
Especially when the now 18-year-old is asked if she really thinks smoking a bong filled with salvia (an herb legally sold in many health food stores) was a mistake, given that some young people her age have smoked illegal substances.
"American Idol" executive producer Nigel Lythgoe is teaming up with Simon again.
No, not Simon Cowell; this time around, Lythgoe is working with his son Simon to launch a singing-songwriting competition series on CMT, according to a statement from the network.
"CMT's Next Superstar" is slated to begin in April on the Nashville-based country music network.
Britney Spears is putting the finishing touches on her new album "Femme Fatale," due out March 29, and that includes a collaboration with Black Eyed Peas frontman will.i.am.
"In the studio with @iamwill…you guys are gonna love this one," Spears announced on Twitter yesterday.
Now will.i.am is telling CNN exactly what to expect.
It’s a miracle Twitter is still up and running, what with so many reasons to tweet about Justin Bieber this week.
A new movie, a handful of talk show appearances, a duet in the works, another magazine cover and, to top it off, a new haircut - Bieber is everywhere!
The Bieb’s documentary, “Never Say Never,” which premiered in L.A. on Tuesday night, hits theaters on Friday, with 300 special showings on Wednesday night. The flick, featuring performance footage from his 2010 concert tour, prompted the pop star to hit the talk show circuit hard. Appearing on “The Late Show With David Letterman” and “The Daily Show” last week, Bieber continues making the rounds.
Though plot details of the much buzzed about "Hangover 2" remain mostly under wraps, Liam Neeson is spilling a few secrets from the set.
"I play an Irish tattooist, strangely enough, living in Bangkok," Neeson, who replaced Mel Gibson in the role, tells MTV. "At least, I made him Irish."
And although the movie finds the original "Hangover" gang — Phil (Bradley Cooper), Stu (Ed Helms), Alan (Zach Galifianakis) and Doug (Justin Bartha) — heading to Thailand for Stu's wedding, Neeson's scenes were actually filmed in California.
As noted in the title of this week's episode, there are some homecomings - some welcome, and some not so welcome.
(And of course, this recap will have spoilers. Click away now if you haven’t watched.)
This is the week Jon Corbett makes his first appearance as Drew and Amber’s wayward dad, Seth. Drew goes by himself to meet his dad for lunch. No one knows he’s in town. I’m not sure what’s sadder, that Drew knows where his dad has been because he reads the band’s website, or that Seth didn’t seem to realize how sad that is.
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