From the moment I heard Neil Patrick Harris would be a guest judge, I knew Wednesday night's "So You Think You Can Dance" episode would be a great show.
And wouldn't you know it - last night's contestants totally proved me right.
Sure, NPH did take himself a bit too seriously (I love that you're actually commenting on the dances, dude, but can you have a LITTLE fun with it?). But between the technically near-perfect ballroom routines and the gorgeous, character-driven contemporary and hip-hop pieces, who has time to notice the judges?
After New York’s historic decision to legalize gay marriage, Neil Patrick Harris and his longtime partner David Burtka are looking forward to a wedding of their own.
The 38-year-old actor tweeted Friday, “I'd sure love to get married. Please, NY Senate, vote in favor of marriage equality today. My family would really appreciate it.”
After the announcement came that New York signed the same-sex marriage bill into law, Harris could hardly contain his tweeted elation.
The long-discussed sequel to the Emmy-winning Internet musical "Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog" is at least a little closer to reality. Writer-director Joss Whedon ("Buffy the Vampire Slayer") told the New York Times, "We’ve done a lot of work on it."
The three-part short - which has a companion book that was just released in stores - starred Neil Patrick Harris, Nathan Fillion, Felicia Day and Simon Helberg, and originally streamed online in 2008. It immediately became a sensation, especially among Whedon's legion of devoted fans, who often perform it at conventions.
(It also increased the fanbase of all four actors, including "Castle" star Fillion and Day, whose own web series, "The Guild," is currently filming a fifth season.)
Neil Patrick Harris has a lot to be thankful for this holiday, particularly his children.
"I've never been happier," Harris said of twins Gideon Scott and Harper Grace during an appearance on "The Talk" on Monday.
The "How I Met Your Mother" star, whose kids with partner David Burtka were born via a surrogate six weeks ago, said that Gideon and Harper both have different personalities. Their son is "a great burper" and "sleeps all the time," while their daughter is a bit "fussier."
Neil Patrick Harris has just taken on his most challenging role to date: fatherhood.
The "How I Met Your Mother" star announced over the weekend that he and partner David Burtka, 35, welcomed twins into their family, and there have been quite a few teary eyes around their home ever since.
"Babies!! On 10/12, Gideon Scott and Harper Grace entered the Burtka-Harris fold," the actor tweeted on October 15. "All of us are happy, healthy, tired, and a little pukey."
Neil Patrick Harris is getting ready for "Aaron and Sarah."
No, those aren't the names of the twins that the 37-year-old actor is expecting with partner David Burtka, but the new indie movie with which he'll make his directorial debut.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, the romantic comedy is set to star actors Emma Roberts ("Scream 4") and Josh Hutcherson ("The Kids Are Alright"). The story focuses on a geek who befriends a popular girl when they are both high school freshmen. The duo's relationship deepens over the course of their school years, as the two see each other through four proms and a funeral.
Harris has been quite a busy guy this year. Besides starring in the hit CBS series "How I Met Your Mother," he also hosted the Emmys, did a guest spot on "Glee," appeared in a Hollywood Bowl staging of "Rent" and filmed the live-action movie version of the animated classic "The Smurfs."
Here's hoping that making a movie with Roberts and Hutcherson is easier than working with little blue men who are three apples high.
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