Even with her chart-topping records, scores of little monsters, concerts at renowned venues like Madison Square Garden and an HBO documentary to capture it, Lady Gaga says she still has moments where she feels “like a loser.”
The "Born This Way" singer breaks down in tears in a teaser for HBO’s behind-the-scenes look at her Monster Ball tour stop at Madison Square Garden, explaining that she gets so “revved up” before huge shows like that one that it sometimes puts her in a bad mood.
“I start to think about all the people that tried to stop me…and I start to think about how I don’t really give a [expletive] if people don’t understand what I do, as long as my fans understand,” she says before starting to cry.
Donald Trump’s "birther" claims don’t seem to be winning the mogul a lot of supporters in Hollywood: Robert De Niro is the latest star to speak out against Trump’s frequent questioning of President Obama’s citizenship.
De Niro was speaking with NBC News' Brian Williams at the Tribeca Film Festival over the weekend, and according to the Hollywood Reporter, the issue arose when the topic of politics came up.
“Certain people in the news the last couple of weeks, just, what are they doing? It’s crazy," De Niro said. "They’re making statements about people that they don’t even back up. Go get the facts before you start saying things about people.”
This week’s episode focused primarily on the investigation of Bennet Ahmed, and if the evidence is to be believed, it’s not looking good for the young teacher. (Though you and I both know he didn’t kill Rosie, no matter how bad it looks.)
We also found out who was behind the Richmond campaign leak – was it who you thought it would be? Let’s discuss!
The detectives confronted Bennet about his relationship with Rosie, specifically about the letters he’d written that Linden found hidden in Rosie’s bedroom. He told them that Rosie was special – a smart girl who was wise beyond her years, and that the letters were their special way of communicating. Unable to produce the letters that Rosie had written to him, he instead gave the detectives a film Rosie had made.
There have been lots of changes for "American Idol" during its 10th season, including the show's ratings.
The New York Times reports that on average, ratings for the show have been averaging 25 million viewers, which is up one percent over where the competition show was last year.
"Idol" also has a 79 percent higher rating among 18-to- 49-year-old viewers than its closest competitor, the ABC comedy “Modern Family.” FULL POST
Oh what a tangled web we weave!
The scandalous "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" musical seems to have inspired an upcoming episode of "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" featuring what appear to be fictitious counterparts of composer Bono and director Julie Taymor.
According to TVLine, the episode's plotline will revolve around the lavish but troubled Broadway play "Icarus," which detectives begin investigating after one of the show's stunts results in an actor's death.
Sorry, fans of "All My Children" and "One Life to Live," but Oprah Winfrey says she's not attempting to save the canceled soaps.
Though fans of both long-running serials have hoped Winfrey would keep the shows alive by airing them on her OWN network, the talk-show titan says it is time for the soaps to say goodbye.
"I understand, being a fan of 'All My Children,' growing up watching the 'Young and the Restless,' and other soaps, what it feels like to have a show that you love go off the air… I understand the loyalty, I understand the sense of disappointment," Winfrey said in a video recording.
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