If nothing else, Charlie Sheen is rather keen to ask for more and more chances. For evidence, just look at the brand-new teaser the actor has released for his show "Anger Management."In the ad (which you...
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We have some news breaking when it comes to the top 7 performance show on "American Idol" Wednesday night; unfortunately, it's probably not going to appeal to you as much much unless you turn out to...
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Jolieing is still sweeping the nation. The latest city to fall to the Angelina Jolie pose? Cleveland. On this week's "Hot in Cleveland," (Wed., 10 p.m. ET on TV Land), Betty White's Elka busts out the move at a fashion show.
Under the instruction of Victoria (Wendie Malick), Melanie (Valerie Bertinelli) and Elka (White) test out their modeling moves, from the disinterested gaze to the Jolie. It turns out White's character is a natural on the catwalk. Eat your heart out, Angie!
"Hot in Cleveland" is the just the latest to pay tribute to Angelina Jolie's Oscar red carpet pose. Kelly Ripa and Lucy Liu rocked the pose on "Live! With Kelly" and the ladies of "The Talk" also struck the pose.
However, Jolie told The Huffington Post that she didn't pay attention to the Jolieing meme. "I don't watch those TV shows and if I go online and see something about myself, I don't click on it. And the people I surround myself with don't really talk about that kind of stuff," she said with a laugh.
Check out White's Jolieing in the Us Weekly exclusive clip below.
The "Clueless" co-stars reunite on the ABC comedy beginning Wednesday.
Glee has already paid homage to the likes of Madonna and Britney, but next week the show is taking on one of the most famous singers of our time: Whitney Houston. Undoubtedly inspired by Houston's recent passing, the New Directions will pay tribute to the songbird by belting out favorites like "Dance With Somebody" and "My Love Is Your Love." Of course, they'll also re-create some of Whitney's most iconic looks and moments, as you can see from these pictures from the episode. Check it out.
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Executive producer Pam Veasey discusses the season-ender's big twist and what that would mean for its possible second year.
"The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette" are about to get a thorny rose -- in the form of a lawsuit. We're told the 2 plaintiffs -- both African Americans -- went to a Nashville hotel to audition...
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The "Real Housewives of New Jersey" returns Sunday, but if you've had your eye on any pre-premiere press, you'd think that Teresa Giudice got the boot from the franchise. The rest of the cast refused to do any season 4 promotion with the infamous table-flipper.
“It is so ugly between Teresa and the rest of the cast that they can’t even be in the same room with each other,” one network insider tells me. “But this isn’t one-sided, and the hate goes both ways. Caroline Manzo, Kathy Wakile, Jacqueline Laurita and Melissa Gorga want nothing to do with Teresa, and she wants nothing to do with them.”
In a very unusual move, producers decided to shoot this season while last season was still airing, hoping to capture Teresa’s bankruptcy troubles and the breakdown between her and the rest of the group.
"This season is the most dramatic yet,” one cast member tells me. “It got so ugly that I’m not sure any of us will want to return for another season if Teresa remains on the show. The betrayal and backstabbing is heartbreaking. I have not seen how it will be all edited together yet, but let's just say everyone will get to see [Teresa’s] true colors.”
"The Real Housewives of New Jersey" airs Sunday on Bravo.
"She comes with a comedic background, she's about to host her own talk show and when you have people with those kinds of skills, you let them find the comedy," executive producer Tom Shelly says.
I don't know why but I was expecting the sixth episode and season finale of Shahs of Sunset, "Old Friends, New Problems," to go out with an outrageous bang, but it didn't.
Episode 6 was surprisingly low-key and even pedestrian in parts, already emerging through the rose-tinted lens of nostalgia. Much of the episode took place with the characters working out, taking walks en plein air, or on blind dates. Generally speaking, normal things that youngish singles do. The raciest bit was when MJ's date wasn't so blind after all and she ended up getting pawed by a chauvinistic ex. As she hightailed it out of the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel in her hots pants and high heels, well, there's a visual for you.
Meanwhile, "Old Friends, New Problems" went so far as to cultivate an air of quiet respectability, as if deliberately wrapping things up in a more wholesome and less controversial way. Remember, these guys and gals (and their families) have to live in the Iranian-American community after the first season ends, especially if a second season isn't a given, which it wasn't at the time of shooting.
Homa Sarshar -- a distinguished Iranian-American Barbara Walters-type -- even made a somewhat surprising guest appearance, throwing an art-show/coming-out party for Asa at her own personal residence.
Do I sniff the Iranian-American community's seal of approval? Have we already forgotten the offenses of earlier episodes? Are the show's stars scrambling to save face or aberoo?
"Old Friends, New Problems" had the cast hanging out with old friends, most of them harboring their old problems. Their status updates might read:
Reza: Dad and me reconciled. Life changing!
Mike: Pulled off a work deal. I'm back.
Asa: I'm Madonna in a kaftan -- and I can paint.
GG: Still full of aggro but looking for love.
MJ: Mom is impossible; Sammy, clueless.
Sammy: What's up?
Reza best summed up the episode in his closing scene: "My group of friends and I are related to one another on a molecular level that no other person out there can understand. We have all of these common denominators -- war torn country, refuge families, went to the same high school -- all the things we were judged on, looked down on, we overcame all of them..."
One wishes this were the show.
In any case, 1.5 million viewers tuned in for the season finale. This is no small number, with 1 million of them in the coveted 18-49 demographic. So the BIG bang is -- the one GG let out of her Gucci bag too soon -- that Bravo and Ryan Seacrest Productions have officially announced that the Shahs of Sunset has been green lit for a second season.
Same pals, more of Anita judging by the PR photo (Mike and her getting it on would surely drive GG to murder), and who knows what plethora of old and new problems? One thing's for sure, the cast has Christian Louboutin scale shoes to fill in the upcoming season -- and one hopes they will be better ambassadors for the Iranian-American community. And not just in the save-their-own-necks-in-case-the-show-gets-cancelled way.