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For the 2014 Kids' Choice Awards, Pharrell Williams traded his odd brown hat for an odd green one.
Nikki Reed ("Twilight") and Paul McDonald ("American Idol") are divorcing after two years of marriage.
Vin Scully reported the L.A. earthquake Friday night during a Dodgers-Angels baseball game. Watch the video featuring his calm commentary here.
"Piers Morgan Live" ended on CNN Friday (March 28) with an anti-gun statement from the host. Watch and read it here.
Megan Hilty and husband Brian Gallagher have announced they are expecting their first child.
The #CancelColbert hashtag attacks Stephen Colbert but doesn't do any good since it lacks explanation or context -- all Twitter controversies share in this.
"Girls" has been denied permission to shoot some of Season 4 on the University of Iowa campus, where Hannah Horvath is to attend the Writers' Workshop.
You're in good company, "Downton Abbey" fans. None other than Miss Piggy is right there, watching along with you.
Who knew Blair Waldorf could sing? Leighton Meester released a gorgeous cover of Fleetwood Mac's "Dreams." Listen to the song here.
"The Vampire Diaries" star Nina Dobrev and "Twilight" star Nikki Reed want you to "Get Covered" with affordable healthcare and warn that accidents can happen, even while taking a selfie.
Kim Kardashian may have a little competition for her man. Comedian Roseanne Barr is on the prowl.
Lindsay Lohan visited Ellen DeGeneres on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" in an interview that will air Monday, March 31. Two clips from the sit down have been released, and viewers might be surprised by how not-funny the interview actually is.
Over two months after checking into rehab, Selena Gomez is opening up about what she calls "giving into pressure."
Christina Aguilera and fiance Matthew Rutler did not keep it a secret that they are expecting their first child together, and now the baby's gender has been revealed as well. According to representatives for the couple, they are going to be welcoming a daughter into their lives.
During the "Dawson's Creek" days, James Van Der Beek had many stalkers, but one of them made a real impression.
In this post, you're voting on who will be crowned the victor of Zap2it's Social Media March Madness. This round begins on March 28 at 4 p.m. ET, and will end on March 31 at 4 p.m. ET. Vote as many times as you'd like, so be sure to spread the word to make sure your favorite TV stars move on to the next round.
A voiceover intones: "Their mission was clear -- the limitless expansion of power at any cost, united by a common hunger for glory and the relentless leadership of General Ryan Seacrest."
What happens when you bring Marge Simpson into the real world? One photographer did it and the outcome is a bit scary.
Thursday (March 27) Joan Rivers came back to "The Tonight Show" after 25 years, where she was her typical outrageous self.
When you do satire -- especially the no-holds-barred, rarely-breaks-character satire that "The Colbert Report" is famous for -- you always run the risk of people taking what you say seriously. Such is the case with the "#CancelColbert" kerfuffle, with Twitter up in arms about an out-of-context tweet made by the @ColbertReport account.