All Mariah Carey wants for Christmas is you ... still
December 5th, 2012
01:04 PM ET

All Mariah Carey wants for Christmas is you ... still

"Late Night's" Jimmy Fallon gives the best gifts.

The comedian and TV host is clearly aware of the nation's weakness for Mariah Carey's holiday classic, "All I Want for Christmas Is You," and thus collaborated with the songstress and The Roots on a special rendition for his show on Tuesday.

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Filed under: Celebrities • Late Night comedy • Mariah Carey • television
One more coach eliminated on 'The Voice'
December 5th, 2012
12:33 PM ET

One more coach eliminated on 'The Voice'

[Editor's Note: This recap contains spoilers for the December 4 results show of "The Voice."]

The new rules claimed another victim on "The Voice" Tuesday night, leaving us with two coaches down and two left in the competition.

But before we get to that, let's take a look at how the remaining singers fared.

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Frankie Muniz on mini-stroke: I'm happy to be alive
December 5th, 2012
10:27 AM ET

Frankie Muniz on mini-stroke: I'm happy to be alive

Frankie Muniz is truly celebrating life as he turns 27 today.

The former "Malcolm in the Middle" star is recovering from a "mini-stroke" he had last Friday, and he told "Good Morning America" Wednesday that he's still trying to understand the health scare.

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Filed under: Celebrities
December 5th, 2012
10:16 AM ET

Jay-Z: Not too famous for the subway

Jay-Z's one of the 100 most powerful celebrities in the world but the 43-year-old isn't too big to take the subway - or humbly accept that a passenger might not recognize him.

The moment was caught on camera in Jay-Z's documentary "Where I'm From," which explores the behind-the-scenes work that led to his eight performances at Brooklyn's Barclays Center this fall. The video was posted to Jay's Life + Times YouTube channel on his birthday, December 4.

About 18 minutes into the video, Jay's seen traveling with an entourage en route to his final show. As he descends into a train station, onlookers armed with smartphones tried to grab proof that one of Brooklyn's most famous was riding along with everyone else, including an older woman named Ellen.

She asked if he was famous as he took a seat next to her on the train, to which he replied: "Yes. Not very famous, you don't know me. But I'll get there someday." Catch the rest of their adorable exchange in the video above.


Filed under: Celebrities • Jay-Z • Music
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