NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — After years of feeling like an outsider, Eric Churchfound a home Thursday night at the Country Music Association Awards. Church won prestigious honor album of the year for his breakthrough record “Chief,” signaling his complete acceptance by the country music community. “I spent a lot of my career wondering where I […]
Tina Fey is the latest presenter to be announced for the 84th Academy Awards, and the third Oscar announcement to come on a very busy Friday for news from the Academy.
The Muppets may not be singing on the Oscar show, but they will be in the house. And Brad and Angelina will now have some stiff red-carpet competition in the form of a frog and a pig.
The TV audience for the Grammy Awards show soared to 39 million viewers on Sunday, fueled by the sudden death of Whitney Houston and the success of British singer Adele.
Sure, Adele, Tony Bennett and the Foo Fighters all won at the Grammys, but that absurd (and interminable) list of awards also featured some stars known better for their non-musical exploits.
With Uggie stealing hearts in “The Artist,” snagging the spotlight at celebrity events and reportedly preparing for a sketch with Oscar host Billy Crystal, Hollywood really has gone to the dogs this year. There’s even a brand-new awards show honoring canine performers.
Tom Cruise will serve as a presenter at the 84th Academy Awards, producers Brian Grazer and Don Mischer said Wednesday.
Tom Hanks – an Academy governor, two-time Oscar winner and five time nominee – will serve as a presenter at the 84th Academy Awards.
Hollywood’s first big show on the road to the Academy Awards will help determine if silence is golden this season.
Nickelodeon announced Wednesday that 10-time winner Smith will host the March 31 ceremony from the Galen Center in Los Angeles. The show will air live on Nickelodeon.