Sandy telethon raises nearly $23 million, MTV to air fundraiser
November 5th, 2012
11:34 AM ET

Sandy telethon raises nearly $23 million, MTV to air fundraiser

Friday night's concert telethon to benefit Sandy relief efforts was a success, having raised nearly $23 million, NBC reports.

NBC Universal aired the program across its networks, and included performances from stars who hail from locations affected by the storm, such as Jon Bon Jovi and Bruce Springsteen (New Jersey), Billy Joel (Long Island), and Mary J. Blige and Christina Aguilera (New York City).

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Filed under: Bruce Springsteen • Celebrities • Music • television
Watch: Will Ferrell will do anything to get you to vote
November 5th, 2012
10:59 AM ET

Watch: Will Ferrell will do anything to get you to vote

After starring in the political comedy "The Campaign" this summer, actor Will Ferrell is doing some campaigning in real life, bringing humor to the rapidly approaching election day.

In a YouTube clip, Ferrell promises that he'll "do anything" to get Americans to vote on November 6, including cooking a pasta dinner, eating garbage and/or underpants, or punching himself in the face. (He did say anything, and according to President Obama's Twitter account, "Will Ferrell’s not kidding.")

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Filed under: 2012 Election • Politainment
Shocking deaths on 'The Walking Dead'
November 5th, 2012
10:03 AM ET

Shocking deaths on 'The Walking Dead'

[Editor's Note: This post contains spoilers for the November 4 episode of "The Walking Dead" -- you've been warned!]

Sunday night's episode opened yet again from the point of view of two Walkers. They were drawn away by an unknown person (perhaps the same person watching Carol a few weeks ago?) so that he could cut open a hole in the prison gate and place a deer's heart in front of it.

While the main action this week took place in the prison, there were some developments in Woodbury as well, such as the Governor's successful attempt to convince Andrea to stay "one or two days longer." Michonne – who does "are you kidding me?" better than anyone – wasn't exactly thrilled with this news.

Meanwhile, Merle requested to go on a mission to find his brother Daryl.

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November 5th, 2012
09:27 AM ET

RZA talks 'Iron Fists' and Elton John

Enjoy Elton John? Then you have something in common with RZA, a founding member of the legendary rap group Wu-Tang Clan and a huge fan of the British singer/songwriter.

“Elton John makes some great music,” RZA told CNN in a recent interview. He even admitted to listening to “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road” at least 10 times a day while creating “The Man with the Iron Fists," the just-released film that RZA co-wrote, directed and performs in.

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