Is every Scream Queens cast member going to get their very own bubblegum teaser? If so, might I suggest Nick Jonas next. I’m very curious about his blowing skills ;)
Wisely, FOX chose to debut the new promo featuring Keke Palmer during Empire‘s season finale. With all those eyeballs watching, the network would be idiots not to. Her clip is pretty much like Emma Roberts but serving less bitchiness and more sassy attitude. Check it out below.
Scream Queens‘ 15-episode first season, which revolves around a college campus rocked by a series of murders, premieres this Fall on FOX. It boasts a star-studded cast which includes Lea Michele, Abigail Breslin, Billie Lourd, Nick Jonas, Ariana Grande, Emma Roberts, Skyler Samuels, Keke Palmer and the ultimate ‘scream queen’ Jamie Lee Curtis. Oliver Hudson recently joined the cast to replace Joe Manganiello.
It’s Madonna Week on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. The 56-year-old pop icon is on hand all week long to promote her new album, Rebel Heart, in stores now.
On today’s appearance, the “Living For Love” singer plays Never Have I Ever with newly-roasted Justin Bieber. For the most part, the questions are pretty PG and tame. The most salacious thing they admitted to is hooking up with siblings. Who hasn’t ;)
What I would give to play an actual game with these two with a few drinks consumed, naturally of course. The tea that would be spilled would be epic. Watch Ellen play with Madge and The Biebs below.
Who doesn’t love Pretty Woman? The infamous necklace scene, shopping on Rodeo, flying escargots and THAT laugh!!! There’s so many memorable and endearing moments. I can’t even estimate how many times I’ve watched it.
The classic 1990 romantic comedy is responsible for catapulting Julia Roberts into the stratosphere. She earned an Oscar nod and won a Golden Globe for playing the loveable prostitute.
The principal cast including Richard Gere and Laura San Giacomo, along with Roberts sit down for the first time in 25 years to chat with Matt Lauer about the beloved film. The segment won’t air until next week on The Today Show, but a teaser preview was released. Check it out below. I can’t wait to watch the reunion.
Last season Taylor Swift did it and this year it’s Nate Ruess. The 33-year-old singer heads to The Voice to impart knowledge to this season’s contestants during the Knockouts.
“I’m super excited and always happy to lend whatever knowledge I have to other vocalists,” Ruess said in a statement. “Plus I’ve heard nothing but great things about Blake, Pharrell, Christina, and the guy with the tattoos.”
Based on the above comment, you can see Ruess and Adam Levine are buddies. Better watch it Blake, there’s a new bromance on set ;)
Ruess recently debuted his first solo single “Nothing Without Love.” He’s pursuing a solo career while his band, fun., is on hiatus.
Check out a preview of Ruess’ stint as an adviser on The Voice below. Dude seems to be a very likeable and fun (hehe) guy.
At this point, the next season of American Horror Story is going to be Lady Gaga and a bunch of hot guys. Sign me up!!!
Wes Bentley joins previously announced cast members Matt Bomer, Cheyenne Jackson and Mother Monster for American Horror Story: Hotel. Ryan Murphy revealed the 36-year-old actor will be a series regular via Twitter.
As with most instances, Bentley has appeared in a Ryan Murphy production previously. He guest starred as Edward Mondrake on AHS: Freak Show. Murphy loves recycling his cast.
Are you looking forward to AHS: Hotel? Who else do you want to join the cast? Weigh in below.
Before I begin this post I have to let you know a little something about my TV watching: I will give everything a chance if I have interest in it. Everything gets 3 episodes to catch me before I make a decision on if I want to continue watching it or not. After last night’s 3rd episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 7 I can safely say that I think I am over drag race. After 7 years on the air with some of the most incredible queens I’ve ever seen doing some of the funniest and most entertaining challenges, I believe that RuPaul’s Drag Race is on its way out. Gone are the days of really great one liners, cliques forming to create drama, original challenges, and above it all integrity. The last one may seem like it doesn’t belong but I’m going to explain to you what I mean.
It’s the end of an era this week. After six seasons, Glee says good-bye in a special two-hour event. Over the years, the FOX musical has covered hundreds of songs, but the last note will be, surprisingly, an original composition.
Fittingly, Lea Michele belts out the last tune on Friday. “This Time” is an original song written by Darren Criss. The 28-year-old actress revealed the emotional track sent her to her knees upon hearing it the first time. Here’s what Criss told Entertainment Weekly about his song.
“I wrote ‘This Time’ as a love note to all things Glee. The show itself, the emotions of the people leaving it—both the characters and the actors themselves, the effect it had on everyone — I tried to cram all these ideas into a single person’s narrative. I wanted Rachel’s words to encapsulate not only her own personal journey, but everyone’s experience of being a part of this show—whether you were behind the camera, in front of the camera, or watching it at home for these past few years. Hearing Lea sing this song was a really cathartic moment for me. It was a perfect way to say goodbye to the whole experience, and I really look forward to getting to share it with the world. I hope ‘This Time’ will resonate with as many people watching Glee as it did for me and those of us who had a hand in making it.” – Darren Criss told EW.com.
Another track that I’m looking forward to seeing on the finale finds Michele once again teaming up with Chris Colfer for another amazing duet. Arguably, one of the duos’ finest and most memorable duets was their cover of “Defying Gravity.” The two take on another number from Wicked. Check out “Popular” below, along with Glee’s final song ever. That is, until a ten year reunion that will undoubtedly take place ;)
Over the weekend, comedians, rappers and fellow celebrities ripped Justin Bieber a new asshole. The 21-year-old singer wasn’t spared at the Comedy Central Roast taped on Saturday. For us mere mortals who weren’t at the taping, we’ll have to wait til March 30 to watch the hilarious affair.
Some of the roasters who took to the stage included Martha Stewart, Natasha Leggero, Chris D’Elia, Jeff Ross, Snoop Dogg, Shaq with Will Ferrell even doing jokes in character as Ron Burgundy. They all took aim at his music, tabloid antics, legal issues and love life. From what I read, the most cutting digs came from Ross. Here’s just a few dingers.
“Selena Gomez wanted to be here but she’s dating men now. Is it true you dumped her because she grew a mustache before you? Selena Gomez had sex with [you]… proving Mexicans will do the disgusting jobs Americans just won’t do.” Ross added, “If Anne Frank had heard your music, she would’ve Uber’d to Auschwitz,”
Check out two clips below that the network just released.