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Last night was the first elimination ceremony for Big Brother 13 and it was between Keith and Porsche as to who was going home. As much as I like the idea of The Regulators, my hope was that it would be Keith who was sent packing…into the live studio audience to chat with Julie Chen (who was in dressed pretty in pink for the first live eviction). I find Keith quite annoying and too much of a liability.

The veterans realize they’ve been playing a poor social game by hibernating in the HOH room, so Rachel busts out her “Vegas party girl” and organizes a “Big Booty” drinking game for everyone to play. Dominic sees through it and isn’t as into it as the others. Later on, Rachel reveals that her and Brendon call each other “Bookey” as a term of endearment. Dominic then says Brenchel should now be called “Bookey Squared”. Brendon isn’t happy with Rachel for telling the houseguests this. He calls Rachel to bed and makes the biggest deal about her yelling Booki across the yard. The next day, they talk it out but I just love how much time CBS spent on this “Bookey” argument. Embarrassing for Brenchel. LOL.

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Last year, NBC announced that they would once again bring their winter favorite The Sing-Off back for a third season. However, with judge Nicole Scherzinger jumping ship to join FOX’s The X Factor, it was a wonder who would replace her. Now, NBC has officially announced who will be sitting in the show’s middle chair. It’ll be the beautiful, talented and three-time Grammy winning singer Sara Bareilles.

I am honestly so excited about this news. While Nicole may have sold many records and may be popular with the masses, her critiques were a bit Paula-esque and annoying to listen to at times. With the addition of Bareilles on the panel, I feel that the singer/songwriter will give helpful insight to the competition much like Ben Folds and Shawn Stockman. Paul Telegdy, executive vice president of alternative programming at NBC and Universal Studios Media is also thrilled about the new addition.

“I love the fact that on this show, the judges are each so rooted in the world they preside over. Simply put, they can do what the contestants are doing and that means a lot. Sara will bring a sublime technical knowledge and huge appreciation for The Sing-Off.”

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2011 Emmy Nominations: My Predictions

In: TV Shows, Tyrell

It’s that time again, the time where we celebrate all things television at the 2011 Emmy Awards. This morning, the nominations were announced by Mike & Molly’s Melissa McCarthy and Fringe’s Joshua Jackson.

This year’s nominations weren’t too surprising except for the fact the new shows were overwhelmingly represented. Unheard of. And as predicted by many, networks like The CW were shunned once again. Sorry Chace Crawford, your ability to look sexy on camera and not speak a word was overlooked by the nominating committee. Shows that dominate the lists are Modern Family, The Good Wife and Mad Men.

The 63rd Annual Primetime Emmy’s will take place on Sunday, September 18th hosted by Glee’s Jane Lynch on FOX. (I know, the Emmy’s being broadcasted on FOX is throwing me off too).

Check out the nominees and my predictions after the jump…

SYTYCD Season 8: Top 12 Performances

In: Dan, TV Shows

Wow, after watching the results show for So You Think You Can Dance Canada this past week, and it being contained to thirty minutes, imagine my dismay when I checked the PVR and SYTYCD US was slated for TWO HOURS for six couples to dance…seriously Nigel, what are you trying to prove with all the unnecessary filler in your shows?! Cut it down and condense the awesome dancing to one hour, that’s all we need!! I presume each couple will be dancing twice, but I fast-forwarded through the opening monologue to at least cut some of the nonsense out!

After the couples and judges were introduced, including this week’s guest judges, Sonya Tayeh (a regular choreographer on the show) and Jesse Tyler Ferguson from the Emmy nominated comedy, Modern Family, we moved straight on to the dancing. Not really sure what Jesse’s connection to dance is, but I’m definitely excited to see him on the show for the week!

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Hold on to your collective pearls Gleeks. Your favorite McKinley High resident might be leaving when Season 3 ends. We already know Chord Overstreet (Sam) wasn’t picked up as a series regular for the upcoming season, but more cast changes are in the works. Ryan Murphy has long stated that “Glee” would be as realistic as possible and have cast members graduate each season.

“You can keep them on the show for six years and people will criticize you for not being realistic,” Murphy tells the Hollywood Reporter, “or you can be really true to life and say when they started the show they were very clearly sophomores and they should graduate at the end of their senior year.”

So who’s first on the chopping block? If you’re a fan of Finchel, you only have one more year to enjoy them on “Glee”. That’s right folks, Rachel Berry and Finn Hudson are graduating this year. Murphy confrimed that Lea Michele and Cory Monteith will definitely not be coming back at all for Season 4. They’re not the only ones. My personal favorite is also leaving the show. Find out who below.

find out the other cast member leaving after the jump

Whew, a lot has happened for it only being the first week of Big Brother 13, don’t you think? Just yesterday, footage of Jeff from the live feed started circulating where he went on a homophobic rant in an argument with Kalia. Awful, buddy! Also, a big game changer was Evel Dick having to leave the competition unexpectedly (which everyone found out about also through the live feeds, but we only saw it happen officially in this episode). As this episode starts, Porsche & Keith are the duo up for eviction, but houseguests compete for the Power of Veto in this episode which could change that.

Following the nomination, Porsche is on edge because she is worried about being on the block in the first week. The veterans try to calm her down and make her feel better, assuring her that it’s Keith that is going home and that they want her to have the Golden Key to keep her safe for a month.

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New X-Factor Promo Pokes Fun At American Idol

In: Donovan, TV Shows

At long last, we finally get our first sneak peek at “The X Factor“. Fox unveiled the promo during the 2011 All-Star Game. At first glance, the video looks rather boring and uninspired. Then you realize, Simon Cowell is brilliantly poking fun at “American Idol” and the countless awful renditions of classic songs.

A young girl comes in front of the four judges- Paula Abdul, Nicole Scherzinger, L.A. Reid and Cowell- and performs “Tomorrow“. They all compliment her on her spirit and play nice with each other. Suddenly, Simon wakes up from this horrible dream. He then proceeds to jump into a hot sports car while “Live and Let Die” plays in the background. It’s all very James Bond’ish.

But the most revealing part of the clip is the judges’ interactions with each other. One of them throws something at another judge. DRAMA. Just in case you were wondering, Cheryl Cole doesn’t make an appearance in the clip. That being said, we see all four judges and host Steve Jones together for the first time as they walk in slow motion. Oh yeah, we finally see the first glimpses of the live auditions as well. Check it out below.

watch the video promo after the jump

I know I just wrote about Big Brother 13‘s Dominic dancing to “No Speak No Americano” on YouTube, but I just had to share another Big Brother related video from the the live feeds in the house where Jeff Schroeder goes on a homophobic rant while arguing with Kalia. It’s kind of shocking and in my eyes, “Jeff & Jordan” (because of Jeff) will no longer be one of Reality TV’s most adorable couples.

Jeff didn’t know that Harry Potter’s Dumbledore, the headmaster of the school, was written to be gay. When Kalia informed him of this while the houseguests were just lazing around chatting, he said that writing him in to be gay when he’s the headmaster of a “fantasy camp” for kids was just “perverted“. Kalia Booker went on to explain that maybe he was written that way to change gay stereotypes like the ones Jeff seems to have. Jeff responds by saying, “He’s in a school with little kids, you don’t want to make that guy gay!” Kalia is shocked. “WHY!? Gay men can’t work with little kids?!” Yeah, Jeff. WTF!? He then says, “I don’t think it’s very…I don’t think its the right thing to have a kid’s book and have the headmaster (and you’re locked away in a magical land) be gay.” Wow. Kalia then says, “Just because he’s gay doesn’t mean there’s anything wrong with him!?” Jeff disagrees. “Get the fuck out of here. Don’t start with that fucking shit…”

Video after the jump…

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