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We've yet to see how well Minaj's November 19 release, "Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded - The Re-Up," performed in its first week, but the rapper already seems prepared for soft sales.
As she told New York radio station Power 105.1 last week, she's having issues even getting the album stocked in some major retailers, with some fans "driving hours, literally hours, to get one CD."
For a comedy, "Two and a Half Men" on CBS brings a lot of drama.
Angus T. Jones, the 19-year-old actor who has played the "Half" man, Jake Harper, since 2003, calls the sitcom "filth" in a taped interview that recounts his religious experience.
Oprah Winfrey's interview with Justin Bieber - you know, the one in which they discussed his love for his now presumed ex-girlfriend, Selena Gomez - aired on Sunday night, revealing that the media titan had some relationship advice for the young star.
Oprah heard that Bieber, now just 18, wants to be married by the time he's 25 - a goal that Oprah didn't think was so wise.
[Editor's Note: The following post contains spoilers for the November 25 episode of HBO's "Boardwalk Empire."]
After Sunday's “Two Imposters," there's just one episode still to go in "Boardwalk's" third season. Compared to last week’s show, which saw the demise of Owen Sleater, this precursor to the finale played as the perfect table setter.
With the exception of Van Alden, pretty much all of our favorite characters (I’m looking at you, Chalky White) made their presence felt, which got me amped for next week.
But let's start with Mr. Nucky Thompson, who got all of a few hours to marinate over Margaret’s affair with Owen before he got a visit at The Ritz from Gyp Rossetti/Joe Masseria’s men.
Following the passing of "Dallas" star Larry Hagman on Friday, TNT is now reportedly figuring out how to move forward.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, producers on the rebooted series - which was a must-watch during its '80s heyday - are now thinking of ways to properly say farewell to Hagman and his iconic Texas oil villain, J.R. Ewing.
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