We’ve got the Top 12 contestants going to head to head in tonight’s all-new episode of “The Voice.” And, in the mix is out contestant (and Team Gwen member) Jeffery Austin, who… More
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Bette Midler: While you could say The Divine Miss M’s biggest TV triumph was being the final guest on Johnny Carson’s last night as host of “The Tonight Show” (or her guest spot playing… More
The Teen Choice 2014 Awards were handed out yesterday in Los Angeles at the Shrine Auditorium with the best and brightest in television, film and music were awarded. The show was hosted… More
There was once a time when you’d watch reality competition singing programs and artists who viewers would be left wondering if an artist was gay because, for whatever reason, they… More
It’s down to the last 8 contestants on “The Voice“, and the competition is heating up. Last elimination proved that no one is safe as a coach favorite (Bria Kelly)… More
With a new female coach and a new home at Universal Studios Orlando, Telemundo is gearing up to premiere season two of “La Voz Kids” Sunday, March 16th at 8pm. Spanish singer Natalia Jiménez, who is replacing Paulina Rubio, will sit alongside Roberto Tapia and reigning champion Prince Royce in the search for one winner to be crowned during the season finale.
Oprah didn’t get an Oscar nod for her work in “Lee Daniels’ The Butler” but maybe she’ll take home a Tony instead. The media maven’s hoping to make her Broadway debut in “Night Mother,” according to The New York Times.
The more years I spend on this planet the lower my tolerance for mess. It’s kind of like the older relative or older neighbor who just says what’s on their mind with little regard for your or anyone else’s feelings. I may not have put in as much time as they have but the sentiment is the same. That’s how I feel when the brouhaha erupted over Fox News’ Megyn Kelly’s comments about Santa Claus’ (and Jesus) racial identity: “Santa just is white.”
How amazing was the finale of “The Voice” last night? Tessanne Chin who was coached by Adam Levine, took home top honors as the winner of season five with Jacquie Lee as runner-up and Will Champlin in third place.
The top three finalist compete on “The Voice,” flashbacks help Finch on “Person of Interest,” and Julia Roberts plays a recent divorcee in “Eat Pray Love.”