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With Sony’s decision to cancel the Christmas Day release of The Interview due to threats from hackers allegedly tied to North Korea dominating headlines this week, naturally Saturday Night Live devoted a couple of skits to it. They would’ve been stupid not to. Everyone’s talking about it.

The night had a few great clips and saw a couple of surprise SNL alum cameos from Kristen Wiig and Mike Myers. The latter revisted his classic Dr. Evil persona from the Austin Powers movies. Overall, it was a solid showing for Amy Adams’ second time hosting the long-running show.

Musical guests One Direction performed two numbers and joined Adams for the always popular Girlfriends Talk Show sketch. My favorites of the night were “Asian American Doll,” “A Very Somber Christmas With Sam Smith,” “A Magical Christmas” and “Office Christmas Party.”

My vote for worst sketch was for “A Very Cuban Christmas” which saw Cecily Strong and Taran Kilam take on Gloria Estefan and Pitbull. No bueno!!! Check out all the videos below.

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David Schwimmer Becomes A Kardashian

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No, the former Friends actor isn’t Kris Jenner’s new boytoy or dating her single daughters Khloe Kardashian or Kendall Jenner. Can you just imagine Ross Gellar popping up on Keeping Up With The Kardashians? That would be hilarious.

The Kardashian connection is due to David Schwimmer signing on to play the deceased patriarch of the family, Robert Kardashian, for Ryan Murphy’s American Crime Story.

The 10 episode miniseries, airing on FX, tells the story of the infamous OJ Simpson murder trial from the perspective of the lawyers involved. It’s based on Jeffrey Toobin’s best-selling book The Run of His Life: The People v. O.J. Simpson.

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Stephen Colbert Bids Adieu In Star-Studded Farewell

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The end of an era on Comedy Central took place last night. Stephen Colbert hosted his final Colbert Report before heading over to CBS to eventually take over David Letterman‘s seat on The Late Show.

As is the norm these days when talk show hosts say good-bye, a slew of celebrities and notable faces made surprise appearances to participate in a huge singalong to wish the 50-year-old a grand farewell. It began simply enough with Colbert being joined by Randy Newman on piano and Jon Stewart. Pretty soon after, everyone started popping up. And I mean everyone.

From Cyndi Lauper to Big Bird and everyone imaginable in between, began appearing on stage. If they couldn’t make it to the soundstage, the likes of Bill Clinton, Abraham Lincoln, Santa Claus and Smaug the Dragon made cameos in clips. Colbert’s late-night replacement, Larry Wilmore, was also on hand. Check out the star-studded send-off below.

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With less than a month before the second season of Looking, the cast has boarded the promotional train. Expect to see them everywhere leading up to the premiere airing January 11, 2015.

Russell Tovey who’s been upgraded to a series regular recently chatted with Pride Source for an engaging interview. He reveals he originally auditioned to play Patrick which eventually went to Jonathan Groff. Producers were so enchanted by him, they wanted to write a part specifically for him. I’m glad the proverbial cards fell into their place.

Other highlights from his chat find the 33-year-old actor talking about filming sex scenes with another gay man, coming out and his scrumptious behind. Read all the juicy bits below.

“In the future, I imagine myself looking back and going, “God, I had a nice ass. Glad I got that out.” If it’s there now, I’m getting it out because it’s not always gonna look like that. I don’t want to hide it. And it’s nice that people like it. I’ve been very lucky. I’ve grown it myself, and I also have my parents to thank for it being well-received.”

read what he says about filming intimate scenes with Groff after the jump


When American Horror Story: Freak Show returns after the holidays, Neil Patrick Harris finally enters the AHS universe. The 41-year-old previously revealed he was asked to take part in Murder House along with his husband but declined. A decision both have regretted he claims.

In the episode titled “Magical Thinking” airing January 7, 2015, Harris makes his debut as a magician slash ventriloquist named Chester, the new owner of Elsa’s freak show. Reportedly, he has romantic feelings for Bette and Dot which infuriates Dandy (Finn Wittrock). NPH’s hubby David Burtka pops up on the season finale. Check out the promo below hyping up Neil Patrick’s guest spot.

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As if the awards season wasn’t crowded enough already. Here comes People Magazine with another one.

The People Magazine Awards held it’s inaugural ceremony at the Beverly Hilton Hotel Thursday night. Nick Cannon earned the distinction as the very first host of the awards which saw performances by Maroon 5, Gwen Stefani, Pharrell, and 5 Seconds of Summer. Winners were chosen by editors at People and Entertainment Weekly.

The star-studded event gave out awards to those in the television, movie and modeling world. Some of those on hand to accept their exclamation point-looking hardware were Kevin Hart, Jennifer Lopez, Kate Hudson, Karlie Kloss and Gwen Stefani. Check out all the winners below

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How Tatiana Maslany hasn’t won an Emmy or Golden Globe yet for her stunning work in Orphan Black is downright criminal. Come on voters!!! The woman plays a whackload of diverse characters and quite well I might add. Maybe Season 3 will be her winning ticket?

BBC America just debuted a spooky teaser trailer titled “This Is War.” It features Maslany as some of her clones- Sarah, Allison, Cosima, and Helena. If you haven’t watched this gem of a show yet, definitely binge watch it over the holidays and catch up before it returns on April 18, 2015. Check out the teaser below.

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Staying home this New Years Eve but don’t feel like watching Ryan Seacrest in Times Square? Click over to HBO and dance again with J. Lo for her documentary concert special Jennifer Lopez: Dance Again.

The network followed the 45-year-old entertainer around the world for her first global tour. Lopez visited 65 cities, traveling 100,000 miles over five continents to entertain her fans, all with her two young children in tow. #superwoman If you’re a numbers guy, roughly 500,000 sequins adorned her 162 wardrobe changes. Girlfriend loves her clothes to shimmer. Check out the trailer below.

“I wanted to tell a story, to open myself up to people,” says Lopez. “The experience was more fulfilling than I could have ever imagined. This documentary brings back so many incredible memories and I am so excited to relive the tour, and once again, share these experiences with my fans.”

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