After weeks of competition, only two finalists remain on American Idol.
Phillip Phillips, Jessica Sanchez and Joshua Ledet all sung their hearts out last night with a margin of error that was smaller than ever. No one did a bad job, but not every performance was Phillip doing "We've Got Tonight," either.
Steven Tyler helpfully predicted last night that both Jessica and Joshua would win (and that Phillip could be a "new-age Boss," as in Bruce Springsteen), and the judges liked most everything to the nth degree, except for Jessica's take on "I'll Be There," which was "just OK" to Randy Jackson
Review in a Hurry: Inspired by Heidi Murkoff's mega-selling manual, uneven What to Expect profiles five couples whose lives are upended by pregnancy. What to expect when you're watching: attractive actors playing unrealistic characters, sitcom-y storylines with predictable outcomes and a heavy-handed family-values message. In other words, warmed-over baby formula.
The Bigger Picture: If only this ill-conceived childbirth comedy had as many "hee-hees" and "ho-hos" as a Lamaze c
Donna Summer's musical influence went all the way to the top.
"Michelle and I were saddened to hear about the passing of Donna Summer," President Barack Obama said in a statement today regarding the disco legend's death from cancer at 63.
"A five-time Grammy Award winner, Donna truly was the 'Queen of Disco.' Her voice was unforgettable, and the music industry has lost a legend far too soon. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Donna's family and her dedicated fans."
And the tributes are still pouring in from Summer's friends and fellow entertainers of all stripes.
Get ready for it: Leonardo DiCaprio and Carey Mulligan romance time!
No, nothing like a real-life hookup (Mulligan is a married woman!), but…
The two apparently make quite the impressive lovebirds in Baz Luhrmann's upcoming 3-D retelling of The Great Gatsby.
Sources tell me that DiCaprio, 37, and Mulligan, 26 deliver with their chemistry.
"Oh, you can see it and feel it," one source reports.
Another says that it's pure romance. In other words, you'll find no Fifty Shades of Gatsby here.
"I don't think you see more than passionate kisses," the source said. "It's classy and beautifu
Move over, ladies—Jenny McCarthy is coming back to reclaim the cover of Playboy.
E! News confirms that after almost 20 years, the soon-to-be 40-year-old actress is returning to show off her goods on the cover of the men's mag, along with a nude pictorial for the July-August issue that hits newsstands June 29.
Is she nervous about it?
Not at all!
The Love in the Wild star actually seems to be pretty excited about the upcoming project, telling E! News during an interview on Monday for the NBC upfronts, "All I wanted to do [when she began in the industry] was work with my clothes on, an
Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick have had their share of fights, many of which their fans have watched unfold on TV.
And now, Life & Style is reporting that the couple had a major blowup that resulted in Kourtney kicking Scott out of the house—and that their mega-scene was captured on camera for the upcoming season of Keeping Up With the Kardashians (which premieres Sunday at 9 p.m., FYI).
It's not as if the parents of 2-year-old Mason don't butt heads once in awhile. And Scott did miss Kourtney's coed baby shower last weekend. But, with the E! stars just a couple of months awa
You thought The Vampire Diaries' love triangle was officially over after Elena (Nina Dobrev) chose Stefan (Paul Wesley) over Damon (Ian Somerhalder) in the season finale?
Oh, you did? Silly, silly TV viewers. If anything, TVD's epic love triangle is just getting started now that Elena is set to become a vampire in season four. We chatted with Nina, Ian and Paul at the CW upfront presentation in New York City about Elena's choice, what's ahead for the love triangle and what they'd like to see for their characters.
Plus, Nina tells us that season three was almost going to end with Elena dying.
He might be a gangsta, but 50 Cent isn't averse to having a few cuddly friends to keep him company in sick bay.
The rapper-actor otherwise known as Curtis Jackson revealed via his Twitter page that he is on the rebound after being hospitalized this week for an undisclosed ailment.
"I'm feeling better today," he tweeted along with a twitpic of himself in his hospital bed. "I think I'm gonna get out of the hospital soon. EMINEM called me last night I love him that's my boy."
50 Cent also gave a shoutout to DJ Drama, with whom Fiddy worked on his latest mixtape, Gangsta Grillz: Lost Tape,
Nick Stahl had exhibited signs of "inner turmoil" before his wife reported him missing—and his family isn't giving up on the Terminator: Rise of the Machines star.
"He has been having a tough time for a couple of months," a source close to the actor exclusively tells E! News. "He's an incredible individual, an amazing father—but addiction is something he has always struggled with."
And, the source adds, this isn't the first time Stahl has seemingly disappeared.
"He has gone missing for a day before," the source tells us, "but never longer than that. He always gets in touch. This
Mark Ronson is in a less than cheery mood these days.
After telling The Village Voice that Amy Winehouse was "freaked out" by Adele's fast-rising star, the famed English DJ and music producer is now claiming he said no such thing.
"I rarely ever respond to misquotes and wrong information. Plus, it only serves to bring attention to the matter. However in this case, i will not f--king tolerate it," Ronson wrote on his Facebook page.
So what did the paper get so wrong?
In the original Q&A, which was published on May 9, the Voice reporter asked the 36-year-old musician—who coproduced