Neil Patrick Harris won’t sing and dance, nor deliver “cheap shots” at the expense of TV stars sitting in the audience at this Sunday’s Emmy Awards in L.A. Watch him on Tuesday’s “Tonight Show” …
There are 55 hours until Robin (Cobie Smulders) and Barney (Neil Patrick Harris) get married when “How I Met Your Mother” returns for its ninth and final season.
Neil Patrick Harris is magical, and not just because he can sing, dance, act and host the Tony and Emmy awards.
The HBO miniseries “Behind the Candelabra” about the romance between Liberace and Scott Thorson won eight awards including two for make-up as well as wins for hairstyling, costumes, casting and single-camera picture editing.
Neil Patrick Harris has established himself as an ideal awards-show host. He won rave reviews the four times he hosted the Tony Awards, and he’s returning for his second time as host of the Emmy ceremony on Sunday. “The Telemundo Awards keep trying to get me and I say ‘no gracias’ because that’s pretty much […]
There are a ton of openly gay performers on this year’s list of Emmy Nominees. Zachary Quinto and Sarah Paulson for “American Horror Story: Asylum,” Jim Parsons for “The Big Bang Theory,” and many more.
The nominations for the 65th Annual Prime-time Emmy Awards were announced Thursday morning in Hollywood, and as always, there were the usual suspects and the surprises. “Breaking Bad’s” Aaron Paul and this year’s Emmys host Neil Patrick Harris (filling in for “House of Cards” actress Kate O’Mara at the last minute) presented the nominations — […]
‘We don’t encourage our child to only play with Barbies but if our son picks up a Barbie doll and wants to play with it, okay. Parents need to be more accepting of who their kids are and less concerned about what society thinks they need to be.’
Neil Patrick Harris is returning to the stage — and not to hand out awards. The four-time Tony Award host and former “Doogie Howser, M.D.” will star on Broadway in the spring as the gender-bent rock chanteuse at the center of “Hedwig and the Angry Inch,” the cult musical that was made into a cult […]
The reviews are in: It was a great Tony Awards. The dancing was inspired, the singing top-notch and the humor sly — and that’s just for the host.