As the year comes to a close, CNN Entertainment wants to know what you loved the most about 2012.
What were your favorite TV shows, movies, songs of the year? Who were the celebrities you couldn't get enough of? And what would you like to see a whole lot less of in 2013?
Vote: Readers' Favorites 2012
Vote for your LEAST favorite below by noon E.T. on Friday, December 14, and check back the week of December 17 for the results. Sound off on your choices in the comments!
[Editor's Note: This post contains spoilers for the December 9 episode of Showtime's "Homeland."]
Season two’s penultimate episode picked up with Carrie searching for Abu Nazir in the tunnels under the abandoned mill, where just hours before the man dubbed “Sandman” held her hostage. Carrie saw Nazir, but lost him in the maze of pipes and darkness.
Psy continued on with his scheduled appearance at the "Christmas in Washington" charity concert on Sunday, shortly after apologizing for performing anti-American policy lyrics in 2004.
Psy apologizes for viral anti-American lyrics
The South Korean musician, famous in the States for "Gangnam Style," was joined by Diana Ross, "Smash's" Megan Hilty, "The Voice's" Chris Mann, Demi Lovato and "American Idol" winner Scotty McCreery at the event, which was taped by TNT at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C.
Jenni Rivera was known for her incredible singing voice, but she was also an entertainment powerhouse.
The 43-year-old, who's presumed to have died Sunday in a plane crash, was a budding actress, the star of mun2's reality show "I Love Jenni," and a coach on "The Voice Mexico." A source with knowledge of the deal confirmed to CNN that she also had a show in development at ABC.
Building such a full career, as Rivera said in April at Billboard's Latin Music Conference, did not come easily.
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