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Ten Must-See Broadway Shows To Catch This Fall!

You Can’t Take It With You STARRING: James Earl Jones, Rose Byrne, Annaleigh Ashford, Kristine Nielsen, Fran Kranz, Elizabeth Ashley, Johanna Day, Byron Jennings, and Reg Rogers WHEN: Now through January 4, 2015 WHERE: Longacre Theatre / WHY YOU SHOULD SEE IT: In her dazzling Broadway debut, Rose Byrne (Damages) continues to show offMORE

40 Years Later, Fleetwood Mac Is Still Touring. Let Them Tell You Why

When asked to describe Fleetwood Mac's latest tour, the closest thing Mick Fleetwood could compare it to was a circus. Aptly titled, "On With The Show," the 33-city stadium run is intended to be a spectacle: a live reunion of five bona fide rock stars, whose personal lives are intertwined like tree roots and documented on a dozen albums. Show More Summary

This Is What’s It Like To Film A Sex Scene With Brooklyn Decker

Because Joe Carnahan understands that the Internet a is vast international communication array built for the sole purpose of watching people bang each other, he released a behind-the-scenes clip of Brookyln Decker and Patrick Wilson filming a sex scene for his next movie Stretch. And if you’re wondering why most actors hate filming these scenes, Read More...

Lea Michele Wows At 'American Horror Story: Freak Show' Premiere

Lea Michele might not be a star on "American Horror Story," but she still managed to steal the spotlight at the show's premiere Sunday. Michele turned heads in a turquoise dress by Cushnie et Ochs at the premiere screening of "American Horror Story: Freak Show" at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. Show More Summary

Melanie Martinez Loves 'American Horror Story' So Much She Wrote A Song For 'Freak Show'

Singer Melanie Martinez remembers playing her first big live show -- ever -- on national television. At 17, she'd decided to try out for NBC's "The Voice"; that night, she perched in a chair and played Britney Spears' "Toxic," her hair...Show More Summary

Watch Brooklyn Decker & Patrick Wilson Film A Sex Scene

Turns out, filming a sex scene in front of an entire crew is just as awkward as you thought it would be. Director Joe Carnahan released a new behind-the-scenes clip of Brooklyn Decker and Patrick Wilson having fake sex (and orgasms) in the film "Stretch," due out on iTunes and Amazon on Oct. Show More Summary

Teen Is Super Sad Beyoncé Didn't Show Up to His Dental Surgery

In keeping with the honored tradition started by David After the Dentist, 17-year-old Cody Lanphere's mother recorded him at his loopiest while driving home from having his wisdom teeth removed. His eyes swell with tears as he asks, "Where is Beyoncé? She told—she told me she'd be here. She lied to me! She lied to me, mommy." Read more...

Bill Murray Sings A Priceless Version Of Bob Dylan's 'Shelter From The Storm'

Pretty much everything Bill Murray does is awesome. He could half-sing, half-mumble his way through a Bob Dylan song while listening to it on an old Walkman-style cassette deck, and it would still be a social media sensation. Want proof?...Show More Summary

Mariah Carey Struggles With Her Voice In Tokyo Concert

Mariah Carey opened her new tour in Japan over the weekend, but some reports on social media claim the songstress sounded nothing like her usual self. Several clips making the rounds online appear to show Carey struggling at times during Saturday night's performance at Makuhari Messe, just outside of Tokyo. Show More Summary

Seinfeld's Advertising Award Acceptance Speech Mercilessly Mocks Ad Execs

It takes a special kind of person to stand before a crowd of high-powered executives and mock their profession. Jerry Seinfeld is that person. During Wednesday's presentation of the CLIO Awards, a ceremony intended to honor "advertising, design, digital and communications," the comedian used his acceptance speech to reflect on the industry. Show More Summary

Taylor Swift Calls Out Celebrity Culture

Taylor Swift may collect BFFs with more fervor than Taylor Swift names Scottish Folds after TV characters, but she doesn't really give a crap if she's part of the "in-crowd." In an interview with Canada magazine Fashion, she spoke about...Show More Summary

ISIS Beheads British Aid Worker Alan Henning in New Video

ISIS released a video Friday afternoon showing the brutal execution of British aid worker Alan Henning. The beheading video is the fourth released by the Islamic militant group, following ones showing the executions of two Americans and one British citizen. Read more...

Lea Salonga Sings 'A Whole New World' More Than 21 Years Later, Brings Us To Tears All Over Again

After more than 21 years, the singing voice behind Jasmine in Disney's animated "Aladdin" is still going strong. In a video posted to Youtube in April, Tony Award-winner Lea Salonga, who voiced the princess' musical numbers in the 1992 film, beautifully sings "A Whole New World," with musical group Il Divo. Show More Summary

Watch a 17-Year-Old Rapper Prove His Unreal Freestyles Are Legit

When 17-year-old L.A. rapper Jamal Gutierrez (a.k.a. A-F-R-O) released a controversial freestyle on R.A. the Rugged Man's YouTube channel last month, no one seemed to believe the kid's multisyllabic rhymes were spontaneous. "This shit is not only written but very well rehearsed," went the top YouTube comment. Read more...

Sarah Silverman Explains Why She Stabbed Al Franken At 'SNL,' And It Still Doesn't Make Sense

Sometimes a story that sounds crazy turns out to have some logical explanation behind it. This isn't one of those times. While on "Late Night," this week's "Saturday Night Live" host Sarah Silverman explained to Seth Meyers why she once stabbed Al Franken in the head with a pencil while she worked at the show. Show More Summary

‘Picture A Day’ Video: From Newborn To Four Years Feel Good Video Of The Day

Have you seen those ‘Picture a Day’ videos? Usually they feature teens growing into adults. What they do is take a selfie every day for several years. Then they put all the pics together into a video. Well, this father did something different, creating quite a feel good video. RELATED: The meaning of life according […]

10 Years Later, The First Season Of 'Desperate Housewives' Is Still A Television Touchstone

This time 10 years ago, five suburban women became the centerpiece of a major television comeback story. The show was "Desperate Housewives," and its mothership, ABC, had been sinking rapidly in the years before. After the prime-time iteration of "Who Wants to be a Millionaire?" ended in 2002, the network had few, if any, banner shows to tout. Show More Summary

Dana Delany Wanted Marcia Cross As a Love Interest and More You Didn’t Know About Desperate Housewives

Upon the 10-year anniversary of the Desperate Housewives premiere, the cast gives us the scoop on what went down on and off set.

Alfonso Ribeiro Confirms He's Doing 'The Carlton' This Week On 'DWTS'

This could be the biggest "Dancing with the Stars" moment ever. Alfonso Ribeiro has officially confirmed to HuffPost Entertainment that he is performing "The Carlton" on this week's "DWTS" to the Tom Jones classic "It's Not Unusual." You...Show More Summary

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