Jude Law was seen continuing his “Sherlock Holmes” promotional duties when he visited “Good Morning America” in Times Square on December 18.
Adam Lambert is bound to talk about it with the ladies of the talk show “The View” in a pre-taped appearance, which means the ABC is not totally shutting down the singer.
Within hours after ABC canceled Adam’s “Good Morning America” appearance, CBS grabbed the opportunity to snatch the singer for a live performance on their morning show.
It was reported that President Obama called Kanye West as “jack*ss,” during the off-the-record time while interview with CNBC.
Paula Abdul’s departure from “American Idol” was the product of months of calculation: financial and logistical on the part of the show’s producers and its network, Fox, and entrepreneurial and retaliatory on the part of Ms. Abdul, who in recent months has grown increasingly certain that greater opportunities lie elsewhere.
A reunion of the Jackson 5 is not quite as easy as Michael Jackson denied on Thursday that he would take part in a reunion of the famed Motown singing group, a day after elder brother Jermaine said the faded pop star was on board.
Michelle Obama revealed that she was “touched” that first lady Laura Bush came to her defense after she was harshly criticized by Republicans for her February comment that for the first time in her adult life she was proud of the United States.
Eva Longoria has taken a well-deserved break to spend some time with Tony Parker.
Blake Lewis, which hinted something similar to Simon Cowell, apparently feels that audition episode broadcasts of “American Idol” could be considered torture.