Judging from her recent tweets, Lady Gaga was beyond excited to perform her "Born This Way" tour stop in South Korea Friday, but not everyone has welcomed the pop star with open arms.
Christian groups throughout the country were reportedly petitioning for Gaga to cancel her Friday concert, calling her show “pornographic” and a promotion of homosexuality.
According to the Chicago Tribune, the Korean government banned kids under 18 from attending the concert in response to intense pressure from the public.
Jennifer Love Hewitt may be “an aggressive" flirt, but it seems Adam Levine sorta likes it.
Hewitt was recently pretty outspoken about her crush on the Maroon 5 singer, telling Ellen DeGeneres earlier this month, “I just read two days ago that Adam Levine is single again . . . I'm just saying.”
She also joked that "The Voice" mentor would "probably never speak to me" after she publicly bared her heart following his breakup with Sports Illustrated model Anne Vyalitsyna.
I don't envy Leslie Knope.
After all, she has to run for city council against Bobby Newport, who looks and sounds an awful lot like Paul Rudd.
The actor returned as a guest star on Thursday's "Parks and Recreation," and showed up to debate Leslie, with all of Pawnee watching. (It's a testament to this show that Rudd has been able to squeeze in a few appearances in the midst of his thriving film career, by the way.) Leslie is now in the home stretch, but she may have been a tad overconfident about besting Bobby in a debate.
There’s nothing like getting pregnant to make you grow up - and fast - and that seems to be the case with “Jersey Shore” star Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi.
While promoting her new MTV show “Snooki & JWoww” on Thursday, the expecting reality show star told People magazine that carrying a little one has been the true reality check.
"I guess [pregnancy] just made me more mature,” claimed the 24-year-old, who says she’s stopped tanning, no longer does her trademark (“Whaaa!") whine and has swapped pickles for her new cravings, which include “a lot of fruits and Italian icies.”
Fans have been fighting for "Fringe" for four years, and Fox is repaying that passionate support by giving the series a fifth and final season.
Not unlike "Chuck," the network is allowing producers to have 13 more episodes to end the story on their own terms.
In a press release, co-creator J.J. Abrams said, "We are thrilled and beyond grateful that Fox – and our fans – have made the impossible possible: 'Fringe' will continue into a fifth season that will allow the series to conclude in a wild and thrilling way."
“Live television? Who cares?”
“30 Rock” does! In their second attempt at a live show, Tina Fey and Co. turned out an exuberant half hour of TV for those of us on East coast time, and then did it again for the West coast.
To start, Jack told Liz TGS would no longer be live. She objected, until he said she’d have to write and shoot the entire season in two weeks.
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