After taking a break last year (her second in the series run) to choreograph "Rock of Ages," Mia Michaels is tanned, rested and ready to return for Wednesday night's top 20 episode of "So You Think You Can Dance" (which also happens to be the 200th episode, by the way).
"I just want to continue pushing ground and digging into new territory," Michaels told reporters on Tuesday about what to expect this season.
"Magic Mike" is leading ticket sales on Fandango.com, and we're sure you're all shocked - shocked! - to learn that 87 percent of ticket buyers on Fandango are planning to see the male stripper flick with a group of women.
If you haven't yet heard, the Warner Bros. film (Warner Bros., like CNN, is a division of Time Warner) tells the story of a veteran male stripper who takes a young protégé under his wing.
Sounds like harmless film fun for the ladies, but "Magic Mike" has some A-list talent behind it. Star Channing Tatum is one of the movie's producers, with Oscar winner Steven Soderbergh serving as its director.
Two other "Magic Mike" strippers, Matt Bomer and Adam Rodriguez, recently talked to CNN about the film. Watch the video above to see what they had to say about playing exotic dancers.
Bret Michaels apparently wants to give man’s best friend a rockin’ upgrade.
The Poison rocker has teamed up with PetSmart to launch his very own collection of funky, rock-inspired accessories for dogs and cats ... because every pet should have a toy shaped like a guitar.
Justin Bieber has not only notched his fourth No. 1 album with his June release, "Believe," but he's also earned the title of the year's biggest debut, Billboard reports.
Selling 374,000 copies in its first week, Bieber's album surpassed Madonna's first week sales of "MDNA," which tallied 359,000.
It sounds like Adam Levine has had it with all the rumors that he’s on the outs with fellow “The Voice” judge Christina Aguilera.
Fuel was added to the fire in May following multiple reports that the pair's been known to bicker and throw fits behind-the-scenes on the NBC singing competition.
NBC's "Today" was riding high in the ratings when a change was made at the anchor desk. A new woman took over as co-host, replacing an iconic predecessor. Ratings tumbled and, just over a year later, that woman lost her hosting job.
It sounds a lot like the media reports that are speculating about what Ann Curry is rumored to be going through, but that scenario also happened more than two decades ago.
Deborah Norville lost her "Today" hosting job in April 1991, just 15 months after replacing Jane Pauley. Now hosting the syndicated "Inside Edition," Norville spoke with CNN's Piers Morgan about the current reported crisis at "Today."
Watch Norville talk about how the current media speculation compares to what she faced in '91, and, after watching the video, let us know what you think is ailing "Today." Is Ann Curry to blame for the show's woes, or is she a scapegoat?
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