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Who knew Sia was a Survivor fan? Never would’ve guessed it in a million years. The 40-year-old Aussie made a surprise appearance on the finale of Survivor: Kaoh Rong and showed exactly how huge of a fangirl she is.

After a package showing castaway Tai Trang’s journey played, Sia interrupted Jeff Probst to declare her love for Tai. Since Sprint no longer gives a fan favorite monetary award, Sia shelled out $100,000– $50,000 of which went to Tai and the other $50,000 to an animal charity of his choice. Talk about putting your money where your mouth is. Amazing!!! If you didn’t watch this season, Tai adorably befriended a chicken instead of eating it for nourishment. Ergo the money for an animal charity.

Check out the epic moment below, after reading what Probst told Entertainment Weekly about what to expect on the the upcoming thirty-third season, Survivor: Millennials vs Gen X. It’s an interesting concept for sure.

“It will hook you quickly because you will identify with one group or the other. The differences between the two groups are quickly apparent, and the Millennials often left me challenging my own way of looking at the world. There is so much appealing energy from the Millennials, and yet often that energy leads to quick decisions that aren’t always well thought out. With Gen X, you see a tendency to overthink and get stuck in one way of thinking, which can prevent mistakes, but can also hold you back from seizing opportunities. I feel really confident the audience is going to enjoy the season very much.”

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During their upfronts (I’ll post trailers for new shows later), CBS shared the first promotional video for their highly-anticipated Star Trek reboot. Don’t hold your breath for your favorite characters from the past to return, the teaser clip promises “new adventure, new crews, new villains, new heroes.”

“The brand-new Star Trek will introduce new characters seeking imaginative new worlds and new civilizations, while exploring the dramatic contemporary themes that have been a signature of the franchise since its inception in 1966.” – CBS

The upcoming series comes from former Deep Space Nine writer Bryan Fuller. No cast announcements have been made yet, though CBS president Les Moonves coyly played with the audience. “You didn’t think we were going to show you the cast, did you?,” adding, “It’s too early for that.” The reboot will air sometime in early 2017. Check out the teaser clip below.

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For Mariah Carey, throwing shade is like breathing. I honestly do think she sometimes doesn’t even know she’s doing it. I can relate. I’ve often at times been accused of doing the same.

While visiting Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens Live last night, once again, Mimi was asked about that infamous “I don’t know her” diss aimed at Jennifer Lopez. When Cohen asked if they knew each other, Carey replied “You know what? I’m very forgetful. Apparently, apparently, I’m forgetful.”

She implies the two divas have never had a long conversation with each other and have only had a brief introductory meeting. Carey could’ve easily squashed all the beef when Andy asked her if she thought J. Lo was ‘cool.’ Apparently, she wasn’t in the mood to extend an olive branch. Watch the video below to see how she answers that.

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As expected, ABC is pushing Scandal back to midseason due to Kerry Washington’s pregnancy. New drama Conviction will keep its timeslot warm until Olivia Pope and company return. A surprise, though, is the fact the alphabet network is moving The Middle to Tuesday, where it’ll kick-off a newly-extended two hour comedy block.

Unlike NBC and FOX, ABC is premiering most of its new programs in the fall as opposed to saving them for 2017. With regards to the fall shows, dramas Conviction and Notorious look promising as does the comedy, American Housewife. Fast forward to midseason, and the trailers I liked were Time After Time and Shonda Rhimes’ Romeo & Juliet series, Still Star-Crossed.

On the flip-side, the Jenna Elfman comedy, Imaginary Friend, looks like a hard sell. I predict it’ll be a one-and-done season show for sure. Check out all the trailers below, along with ABC’s new schedule.

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Since Zedd and Kesha were allowed to officially release their collaboration “True Colors,” I thought things were cooling down between Kesha Rose and her label. It appears that’s not the case.

The Billboard Music Awards just released a statement revealing Kesha won’t be able to perform this Sunday due to her ongoing legal battle. Reportedly, she was given written confirmation from Dr. Luke’s label Kemosabe Records but later, the permission was rescinded. Read Billboard’s statement below.

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HBO network president Michael Lombardo is a man of his word. When he canceled Looking after two short seasons, he cushioned the blow to fans by promising a wrap-up movie to tie up loose ends. The network just revealed when Jonathan Groff and company will return.

Looking: The Movie will air Saturday, July 23. Ahead of that, the film will premiere, fittingly enough, at the Frameline Film Festival, taking place in San Francisco from June 16-26, where it will close the festival. Read below to find out what we can expect.

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With regards to new programming, FOX has three comedies, six dramas, two event series and two reality series on deck. However, like NBC, it’s only launching a small number of shows in the fall and saving most of it for midseason. I suppose it makes sense since American Idol‘s departure left a gaping hole in the spring.

Again, like the peacock network, most of the ones I’m most looking forward to won’t premiere until 2017. Why are the television gods punishing me?

Everything old is new again on FOX. The network resurrects Prison Break and 24 while delivering new adaptations of familiar titles like The Exorcist, The Rocky Horror Picture Show and Lethal Weapon. Among those, Prison Break is the one I’m most excited for. Love me some Wentworth Miller.

The new titles that pique my interest the most include the Empire spinoff, Star, A.P.B., Pitch and Shots Fired. Check out the trailers below along with FOX’s new schedule.

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Just days after Entertainment Weekly shared the first images of Laverne Cox as the twisted scientist Dr. Frank-N-Furter, comes the first teaser clip for FOX’s highly-anticipated reimagining of the cult classic. In addition to Cox, we see Janet and Brad played by Victoria Justice and a yummy Ryan McCartan respectively, arriving at the castle.

The network, however, is being extremely stingy with footage of Adam Lambert most notably Tim Curry, who originated the role of the iconic alien transvestite. Neither have appeared in any of the promotional material yet. Hurry FOX, I’m waiting!!!

FOX Rocky Horror Picture Show Synopsis

A reimagining of the original movie, the two-hour event follows sweethearts JANET (Victoria Justice, “Victorious”) and BRAD (Ryan McCartan, “Liv & Maddie,” “Heathers the Musical”), who stumble upon DR. FRANK-N-FURTER’s (Emmy Award-nominated actress Laverne Cox, “Orange is the New Black”) bizarre abode. Frank-N-Furter, a sexually ambiguous, flirtatious mad-scientist, is holding an annual Transylvanian science convention to showcase the birth of ROCKY HORROR – a muscle-bound specimen created solely to fulfill Frank’s desires. Actor and singer Staz Nair (“Game of Thrones”) will star in the role. Also featured in the event are AMERICAN IDOL alum Adam Lambert as EDDIE, Reeve Carney (“Penny Dreadful,” “Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark”) as RIFF RAFF, Tony Award winner Annaleigh Ashford (“Sylvia,” “You Can’t Take It With You,” “Masters of Sex”) as COLUMBIA, Christina Milian (“Grandfathered”) as MAGENTA, Ivy Levan as USHERETTE, Tony Award winner Ben Vereen (“Pippin”) as DR. EVERETT SCOTT and Emmy Award nominee Tim Curry, the original Frank-N-Furter, as the show’s CRIMINOLOGIST NARRATOR. Celebrating 40 years of theatrical distribution – longer than any other film in history – “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” is one of the most popular films of all time, and still plays in movie theaters around the world.

The Rocky Horror Picture Show Event airs on FOX this Halloween. Check out the clip below.

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