Elizabeth Banks and Ben Falcone brought plenty of real-life experience to their roles as new parents in What to Expect When You're Expecting. We caught up with the duo at a recent press day for the movie and talked about their own parental anxieties, Elizabeth's tendency toward tears, and one pregnant extra who actually went into labor in the middle of a scene! We also asked Elizabeth about Catching Fire, and she revealed the one thing she's most looking forward to about working with new director Francis Lawrence. What to Expect When You're Expecting hits theaters May 18.
Who had the biggest year - Beyoncé? Kate Middleton? Robert Pattinson? Brad Pitt? Justin Timberlake or Ian Somerhalder? It's time for the sixth annual PopSugar 100, and we need your help putting together the list of the biggest stars in the world. Last year Johnny Depp was your champion, knocking reigning number one, Robert Pattinson, to the runner-up position.
So who will it be this year? To make the PopSugar 100 game even more fun, we are giving away $2,500 to one very lucky player! To enter for a chance to win and vote for your favorite celebrities, just log in to your PopSugar account and play our PopSugar 100 faceoff game!
It's a Great Place to Become a Millionaire: Although each of the final three teams make embarrassing blunders during the last leg, to the least humiliated team go the spoils.
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NBC has released another batch of promos for the weekend's "Saturday Night Live," hosted by Will Ferrell and featuring musical guest Usher.
Ferrell, an "SNL" cast member from 1995 to 2002, is returning to guest host the show for the third time. He's also starring in the political satire "The Campaign" opposite Zach Galifianakis in August. Usher's next album, "Looking 4 Myself," will be released on June 12 on RCA Records. One of the album's singles, "Scream," is currently on the iTunes and Billboard charts.
Next week's episode of "SNL" will be the season finale, and it will feature Mick Jagger as both the host and musical guest.
With several heading into hiatus with marginal losses, most shows even out as the regular season nears an end.
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But she wasn't alone in her style misstep -- this week saw flashback faux pas from some of TV's hottest characters, including our beloved Elena (Nina Dobrev), who rocked an unfortunately ill-fitting cheerleading uniform for the big "Vampire Diaries" season finale, and hot, brooding Jack Porter (Nick Wechsler), who was hiding under a stringy black Raggedy Ann wig in "Revenge" flashbacks.
Thankfully, there were some all-time best dressed looks to get us through, like a sexy duet for Ivy (Megan Hilty) and Karen (Katharine McPhee) on "Smash" that finally showed off their assets ("Real Housewives of Atlanta" star Phaedra would not hesitate to call these what they are: donkey booties), and an entire episode full of shining style moments for Megan Draper (Jessica Pare) on "Mad Men." Seriously ... can we live in her closet?
Click through the gallery below to see all our best and worst TV fashion picks of the week, then share your own in the comments.
Tina Fey's hit comedy 30 Rock will come to an end after one more season. The series has been a critical smash since it first aired in 2006, and has won a string of Emmys and Golden Globe awards. ...
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"Teen Mom" Amber Portwood is, once again, behind bars.
Portwood missed one of her court-mandated weekly drug tests with the excuse that she had a medical condition, according to TMZ. Only problem is, as prosecutors discovered, Portwood lied about said medical condition.
The troubled reality star told officials that she was recovering from laparoscopic gallbladder surgery and was on "doctor-ordered bed rest" for 2-3 weeks -- but the doctor later said he gave no such order.
TMZ reports that Portwood could remain in custody for several weeks. But Portwood should be feeling right at home in her cell. This isn't her first time behind bars.
In December 2011, the "Teen Mom" was arrested for drug possession and probation violation. Although she did initially spend time in jail for the class D felony -- to which she pled guilty on all charges -- she was later awarded a plea deal and released to a rehab facility, avoiding a 5-year jail sentence.
Before her drug-related arrest, Portwood was in the middle of serving 2 years probation for domestic battery. She infamously assaulted the father of her child, Gary Shirley, while "Teen Mom" cameras were rolling.
Click over to TMZ for more details on Amber's arrest.
With season finales rolling on, we may be wondering about the fate of certain characters, but now we at least know the fate of some of the shows. In the case of most of ABC's slate, there's good news: ABC is renewing freshman series Once Upon a Time, Revenge, and Suburgatory, as well as veteran series Modern Family, The Middle, Grey's Anatomy, and Castle. ABC's reality shows Dancing With the Stars, The Bachelor, and Shark Tank also got picked up for additional seasons. There's no news yet on the fate of Happy Endings or Private Practice, but let's just say we have our fingers crossed.
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