Chris Brown: Neighbor woes aren't my fault
July 22nd, 2011
03:13 PM ET

Chris Brown: Neighbor woes aren't my fault

We're guessing Chris Brown's neighbors don't turn to him first when they need to borrow that cup of sugar.

After TMZ reported that the singer was having issues with other residents in his West Hollywood building who claimed it was a "nightmare" to live near the star, alleging that he plays music loudly, parties around the clock and is disrespectful, Brown told his side of the story via his Twitter account.

"I feel I have to explain myself because my brand/life is always being slandered and tampered with! ITS GOTTA STOP!" he posted Thursday.

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Filed under: Celebrities • Chris Brown
Tyra Banks: All-star 'Top Model' 'is crazy'
July 22nd, 2011
01:19 PM ET

Tyra Banks: All-star 'Top Model' 'is crazy'

"America's Next Top Model" is known for the drama (where else can we watch grown women crying because they are getting a hair cut?) and creator/host Tyra Banks promises next season will be even more so.

Speaking with "Good Morning America" during an interview about her forthcoming novel "Modelland," Tyra said cycle 17 (has it really been that long already?!) of the show will be an all-star season featuring past contestants.

And with such a cast there will be plenty of action, she said. FULL POST

The 8 'Entourage' moments that kept us watching
July 22nd, 2011
01:14 PM ET

The 8 'Entourage' moments that kept us watching

Vinny Chase and the guys will return to the tube on Sunday for “Entourage’s” final season.

From countless celebrity cameos to several highly anticipated fictional films, the HBO comedy has racked up a number of memorable moments in its seven years. We're the first to admit that sometimes we wanted to love "Entourage" more than we actually did, but there were still plenty of scenes that reminded us of why we'd gotten hooked in the first place.

To usher in the eighth and final season, we're recounting eight moments that kept us coming back for more:

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Filed under: Entourage • television
It's down to the phenoms on 'SYTYCD'
July 22nd, 2011
12:17 PM ET

It's down to the phenoms on 'SYTYCD'

Well, we all knew it had to happen.

There aren't any less-than-stellar dancers left on "So You Think You Can Dance," so no matter who went home last night, it would have been unfortunate. But short of judge and executive producer Nigel Lythgoe saying "Hey! You're all so good we just can't choose! You all win! Woohoo!" – which he practically did do – the result was the best we could have hoped for.

As the judges deliberated, a guest performance by American Ballet Theatre's Daniil Simkin wowed the audience. Simkin is everything you'd want from an ABT soloist: smoothness of movement, clarity in the character, and, of course, gravity-defying jumps. And after another guest performance from musical girl group Blush, it was time for the bad news.

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'Beavis & Butt-Head' now watch 'Jersey Shore'
July 22nd, 2011
11:42 AM ET

'Beavis & Butt-Head' now watch 'Jersey Shore'

MTV's Beavis & Butt-Head" are back, and not a thing's changed. (Well, except for the music videos.)

It's been 14 years since we last watched Beavis and Butt-Head on MTV and the network is picking up where it left off with the animated show, slated to arrive in October.

As you see in the five minute clip below, which also bowed at Comic-Con as posted by Entertainment Weekly, the laughs are still there - both Beavis and Butt-Head's, and your own from the jokes - but this time around, they're watching "Jersey Shore" instead.

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Filed under: television
Carrie Underwood leads list of top 'American Idols'
July 22nd, 2011
10:40 AM ET

Carrie Underwood leads list of top 'American Idols'

It's been years since she's been on the show, but the fan base Carrie Underwood started to build on "American Idol" is still paying off.

Underwood landed the No. 1 spot on the Forbes list of "The Top-Earning American Idols" by raking in $20 million this past year. The singer won season 4 of the top-rated Fox singing competition and has since segued into a career as a platinum-selling country artist.

The No 2. and 3 spot features a tie between two contestants who didn't even win "Idol" – rocker Chris Daughtry and glamboy Adam Lambert. The pair both pulled in $6 million. FULL POST

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