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Jennifer Love Hewitt Replacing Mariska Hargitay?

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Not surprisingly, NBC renewed “Law & Order SVU” for another season. While it was a no-brainer to bring back the venerable drama for a 13th season, the deal hinged on bringing back the show’s two leads. Mariska Hargitay has made it widely known that she wanted to spend less time solving crimes. The network was able to work out a deal that would keep her on the show.

Hargitay signed a sweet deal to earn the same amount of money ($385,000 an episode) but for less hours. Reportedly, halfway through next season, Hargitay’s character, Detective Olivia Benson, will receive a promotion to become a supervisor. With Benson spending less time on the streets, her partner Detective Stabler will need a new partner. Enter Jennifer Love Hewitt.

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After Nene, LaToya, and Star all got “fired” last week, it’s now down to four (far less bitchy) celebrities in this the fourth season of Celebrity Apprentice:

  • 1. Meatloaf
  • 2. Marlee Matlin
  • 3. John Rich
  • 4. Lil John

Without wasting too much time, Donald Trump walks into their suite and tells them that they will be going into interviews with Bret Michaels, Joan Rivers, and Piers Morgan. After the interviews, two more people will be fired and the final two competitors will go head to head in the final task.

Find out who the final two are and what their final task is below…

After another crazy season, someone is going to win a million dollars in this final episode. The four remaining Survivors are Boston Rob, Natalie, Ashley, and Phillip. These four will be joined by the winner of a dual between the Survivors remaining on Redemption Island: Matt, Mike, Andrea or Grant. Given Matt’s record, it should be him. That’s him in the header picture, on the edge of getting back in the game. Then again, Mike has also been kicking butt. You could also argue that Andrea and Grant are still fueled with fire for most recently being backstabbed and blindsided at their respective Tribal Councils…so it really could go any way.

If Boston Rob makes it to the end, he’ll win. Their best bet is to get rid of him. The same goes for Matt who has Survived almost the whole season on Redemption Island. If he makes it back into the game, he’s the one to beat. Between Boston Rob and Matt, it would be tough because a case could be made for both of them.

Find out who won in the rest of the recap after the jump…

For a while, an SNL staple was the Ambiguously Gay Duo cartoon series. Unfamiliar? The Ambiguously Gay Duo consists of two men, Ace and Gary who are superheros that always catch the evil forces off guard by their overtly sexualized innuendo and homosexual actions. Not to mention that they drive around in a penis shaped superhero-mobile fully equipped with “thrusting” power.

On last night’s SNL hosted by Ed Helms of The Office and The Hangover, SNL took the Gay Duo one step further by turning the animated classic into a live action short involving Jon Hamm and Jimmy Fallon taking on the roles which was a perfect pairing in my opinion.

Other cameos included Steve Carrell, Steven Colbert and of course the host of the evening Ed Helms. The most hilarious moment comes at the end of the video when the duo tries to fight off the power of the eel. I don’t want to give too much away so you’ll have to check out the video.

Check out the Live Action Ambiguously Gay Duo here.

Celebrity Apprentice Guys Release Charity Single

In: Donovan, TV Shows

While the women of “Celebrity Apprentice 4” look like they’re auditioning for a version of Bravo’s “The Real Housewives of…”, the men are putting their talents together for the greater good. Lil Jon, John Rich, Meat Loaf and Mark McGrath recorded a single titled “Standing in the Storm” for which proceeds will go to the four men’s respective charities. The men debuted their collaboration on Ryan Seacrest’s radio show.

With their musical tastes so different, the obvious question would be, how does the charity single sound? Meat Loaf describes it as a “rock/country/hip-hop thing” and says “It’s very interesting,”  in an interview on RyanSeacrest.com. Interesting is never a good thing when describing a single. While I do applaud the quartet for trying to create something, it’s kinda one big hot mess. What probably sounded like a good idea in concept never materialized into something audibly pleasing.

Considering the pool of talent, I’m a little shocked. Mind you, just because lasagna, sushi and Indian food all taste delicious, it doesn’t mean you should put them all on the plate together. It’ll probably give you the runs for days. So before watching tonight’s part one of “Celebrity Apprentice’s” finale, check out their single below.

listen to “Standing in the Storm” after the jump

Fangtastic. A new episode of “True Blood” is only a few weeks away and I couldn’t be anymore excited. I got on the “True Blood” bandwagon after the second season and glad I did. Besides the hot sun, barbecues and road trips, it’s one of the things I love about summer. After, IMHO, a lackluster third season with the exception of the introduction of Alcide (YUM), I’m very optimistic season four is going to bring it. Judging by the newly released trailer, it looks like my hunch is going to come true.

Set to the tune of The Kills’ “Future Starts Slow”, the promo does a great job of building up the anticipation of the fourth season’s premiere on Sunday June 26, on HBO. Up until now, we’ve only seen video promos showing character vignettes with screenwriter voice-overs. The new video slices up footage from the new season, revealing some interesting plot twists and Joe Manganiello’s hot bod.

watch the promo after the jump

Another Glee Original: “Pretending”

In: Music, TV Shows, Tyrell

The Glee Originals just keep on coming and I absolutely love it. After a season of mediocre covers, I love that the producers have been outsourcing for some seriously great original music. The first two Loser Like Me and Get It Right were huge hits for the show and now two more have surfaced.

Patrick already introduced us to Light Up The World which premiered on Ryan Seacrest this week and now, we are given another solid ballad from the Glee camp featuring Finn and Rachel. Lea and Cory’s vocals really show off their great chemistry and brings us the most mature sound we’ve heard from this duo in a while. I cannot wait to place the song in context.

The song was written and produced by Savan Kotecha who was given the task from producers to write a fresh track for the show’s season finale. Do you think he hit the mark with this one?

Check out “Pretending” after the jump.

It was a scary day in rehearsal for two of Dancing With the Stars hottest commodities. Hines Ward and his partner Kym Johnson were rehearsing in one of the studios when according to reports, the two took a nasty tumble and Kym received an undisclosed injury.

The injury was obviously bad enough to incur some serious attention and medical assistance as Kym was rushed out on a hospital stretcher wearing an oxygen mask. Hines trailed behind looking distraught at his partner’s misfortune.

At this stage in the game with only four contestants left, this injury could potentially put a huge dent in their chances and would really shift the game as Hines is a true front runner this season. At time of Kym arriving in the hospital, her rep stated that she was okay and was sent to the hospital as a precautionary measure. But how is Kym doing now?

Find out how Kym Johnson is doing here.

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