Who's the boss? That might be the question "The Office" fans are left asking when Ray Romano, James Spader and Catherine Tate guest star on the hour-long season finale in May.
As fans of the NBC series know, Steve Carell will finish his seven-year stint as Dundler Mifflin office manager Michael Scott on April 28, leaving a vacancy in the position. Enter Romano, Spader and "Doctor Who" alum Tate, who will appear as candidates for the job on the show's May 19 finale, according to TV Line.
The entertainment site says that of the three, Spader and Tate are most likely to be serious contenders to take Carell's spot. Romano is already committed to another TV series, TNT's "Men of a Certain Age." FULL POST
With their powerhouse vocals, quirky personalities and commanding stage presence, it's no surprise that Lady Gaga, Rihanna and Katy Perry have been compared to Gwen Stefani. But the No Doubt singer believes she has little in common with the trio.
"I don’t see myself in those girls. I usually put pants on," she tells the May issue of Elle magazine. "I see these girls as more going for the sex-symbol thing. I was more, in the band, like a tomboy. Of course, I think every girl is sexy, so there’s going to be a little of that. But I see a lot of younger artists going more toward the sexy thing.”
That's not to say Stefani doesn't pay attention to her appearance. FULL POST
Just before she became a part of Thursday night's must-see TV lineup, Jennifer Aniston turned down the opportunity to join "Saturday Night Live."
The actress revealed that shocker during an appearance on yesterday's "Oprah Winfrey Show" along with "Just Go With It" co-star Adam Sandler.
Sandler was already part of the "SNL" cast in the early '90s when he urged his new friend Aniston to come on board.
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