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It seems everyone but Jimmy Fallon is wondering when the comedian will get a shot at hosting "The Tonight Show."
The rumors about Fallon replacing Jay Leno on the NBC program, which the network's declined to comment on, have been heavy recently. The New York Times' Bill Carter reported Wednesday that the network has made a commitment to Fallon in regards to him succeeding Leno, and Carter reiterated as much while speaking with CNN's Jake Tapper.
It's easy to assume that Justin Timberlake's wife, Jessica Biel, could have served as inspiration for the singer's newest love song, "Mirrors." But when it comes to the track's music video, 32-year-old Timberlake went old school.
The beginning of the clip, which runs just over 8 minutes in length, opens with a dedication to "William and Sadie," who are his grandparents, MTV reports.
After playing adulterous lovers on "Mad Men," Alexis Bledel and Vincent Kartheiser are ready for marriage in real life.
Bledel's rep confirms to CNN that the 31-year-old actress is engaged to Kartheiser, 33.
Singer Michelle Shocked lived up to her name over the weekend when she went on what some perceived to be an anti-gay rant at a performance in San Francisco.
As Yahoo! Music reports, the folk-rock artist told the crowd gathered at her show on Sunday that they could "go on Twitter and say, 'Michelle Shocked says God hates f**s."
Her statements, which included remarks in opposition to gay marriage, led to most of the audience walking out of the venue, Yahoo! says.
After two seasons, "Enlightened's" light has been snuffed out.
HBO confirmed on Tuesday that the series, which stars co-creator Laura Dern as a woman whose attempts to live a more enlightened life has unexpected consequences, isn't returning for a third round.
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