SPOILER ALERT – Tonight's "Idol" blog will reveal who is leaving the competition, so please don't read if you don't want to know.
Well, well, well. I'm feeling a little big smug right now. Are you?
I called who would be going home out of the Top 3 and I think it was the right decision.
Do you? FULL POST
8:55 p.m. – Haley seems pretty cool about it. She says this is only just the beginning.
Way to stay positive girl. She goes out singing "Benny and Jets" and changes the lyrics to mention Randy and J-Lo. Cute. The ousted contestants are jamming to her. She gets a big kiss from her daddy and a huge hand from her rumored boyfriend, Casey Abrams.
8:54 p.m. – Haley is headed home, and I think she knew. You could see it on her face. FULL POST
Guess who I think is going home?
Yep. Haley Reinhart. While it's been a season of shockers so far, I went back and watched the performances from Wednesday night again and that last one from Haley did it for me.
Watching her struggle to hit the low notes on "You Oughta Know," especially after I reflected on Crystal Bowersox's rendition last season with Alanis Morissette during the finale, made me think it's her turn to go. FULL POST
Want to dress like Gwyneth Paltrow? That will be at least $15,000, please.
On her website, GOOP.com, the “Glee” guest star, foodie and fashionista shares her must-have looks for spring. Among the 27 pieces is a $2,145 blazer by Stella McCartney and $760 sandals by Marni.
According to the site, which features Paltrow modeling the looks, each spring basic is “versatile enough to wear to the office and during your summer leisure time.”
It's been nearly a year since the final episode of "Lost," and as expected, several cast members are returning to series television in the fall.
Joining "Hawaii Five-O's" Daniel Dae Kim on CBS is Michael Emerson in the J.J. Abrams series "Person of Interest," airing on Thursday nights at 9 ET/PT in the fall.
Emerson plays yet another mysterious character, this time a man who somehow possesses a list of people in danger of committing violent crimes and enlists Jim Caviezel's character to stop them.
“Bridesmaids” star Melissa McCarthy says she’s not at all surprised that the comedy, also starring Kristen Wiig and Maya Rudolph, has been so well-received.
“I loved it so much [and] I was so proud of all the women in it, and the script,” McCarthy tells New York Magazine’s Vulture, adding that she thought producers Judd Apatow and Paul Feig, who also directed the project, did “just a perfect job” with the film.
“I thought, ‘My God, if people don’t love this, I’m going to pack up and move back to Illinois,’” she says. “People just seem to love it, and I love it, and I can’t be that crazy.”
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