'Glee's' 'Funeral' sparks waterworks
May 18th, 2011
11:56 AM ET

'Glee's' 'Funeral' sparks waterworks

There was one point during Tuesday night's episode of  "Glee" where I just laid my head down and wept.

"Funeral" was absolutely one of the best episodes ever in my opinion, for several reasons.

One, we got to see the range and complexity of Sue Sylvester, who in losing her sister played out all of the emotions you would imagine: sadness, confusion, rage, grief and love. FULL POST

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May 18th, 2011
11:16 AM ET

Train helps couples say 'Marry Me'

After Angela Ceravolo said “yes” to Jonathan Tremblay’s proposal, he only had one thing left to do: Thank the band Train for helping him out.

“Thank you guys for coming out here – this has been a dream come true for me,” he said through tears in Atlanta's CNN Center on Monday.

“You’re going to make me cry, man,” singer Pat Monahan said. “I can’t be doing that on CNN. I got a reputation to uphold.”

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May 18th, 2011
10:00 AM ET

Inside Oprah’s star-studded farewell

More than 150,000 "Oprah Winfrey Show" fans wanted to get in to the talk show host's star-studded spectacular last night, but just 20,000 fans made it.

The lucky ticket holders for tapings of two of Oprah Winfrey’s final shows lined up outside Chicago’s United Center Tuesday afternoon - anxious to escape a strong spring wind and eager to see what had been billed as an all-star farewell to the Queen of Talk.

Cousins Alisia Brown and Nicole Bailey told CNN they scored last minute tickets to the spectacular from none other than Winfrey's best friend, Gayle King.

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Michelle Williams to play Glinda in 'Oz' prequel
May 18th, 2011
09:25 AM ET

Michelle Williams to play Glinda in 'Oz' prequel

Add Michelle Williams to the growing list of actors getting ready to hit the yellow brick road in the upcoming "Wizard of Oz" prequel "Oz: The Great and Powerful."

The enchanting actress has just been offered the part of Glinda the Good Witch, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

James Franco has already been cast as a snake-oil salesman whose balloon carries him to a magical place somewhere over the rainbow, where he goes on to become the Wizard of Oz.

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