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After slimming way down for his movie role of a man diagnosed with HIV/AIDS in "Dallas Buyers Club," Matthew McConaughey knew exactly what he wanted most when he could get off his diet: a cheeseburger.
So, as any veteran dieter will tell you, he didn't mess around when it came to preparing it exactly as he wanted it.
It's to Max Greenfield's credit that his "New Girl" character, Schmidt, has put so much money in the "d*******g jar" and is nonetheless one of the funniest, most lovable characters on the show.
Greenfield has picked up nods for an Emmy and a Golden Globe for his work on the Fox comedy, which is now in its second season. But as an actor who, at 32, has a wealth of supporting roles to his name, he didn't imagine that Schmidt would carry him this far when he first read the script.
With "American Idol" returning to Fox next week, it seems Mariah Carey's been working on her eye roll.
The singer talked with Barbara Walters for ABC News' "Nightline" on Monday about the seemingly endless feud between herself and fellow new "Idol" judge Nicki Minaj.
After chatting about Carey's career, Walters got down to business.
As expected, Ryan Lochte's dipping a toe into the reality TV pool.
E!'s announced that the 28-year-old Olympic swimmer is set to star in a new reality show on the network called "What Would Ryan Lochte Do?"
Well, at least some One Direction fans should be happy.
Although it seems like we were just talking about Taylor Swift and Harry Styles as they toured northern England for Swift's 23rd birthday, it appears their (puppy) love-fest has ended.
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