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Heading into the 43rd annual American Music Awards, The Weeknd and Taylor Swift led the pack with six nominations apiece. The “Hills” singer walked away with two awards while the “Blank Space” chanteuse snagged three statues. Other multiple winners of the night were One Direction, Nicki Minaj and Florida Georgia Line.

As with most music awards show, the telecast was all about the performances. Jennifer Lopez kicked the night off by performing a slowed-down version of her hit “Waiting For Tonight” before pulling an insane dance routine to a mashup featuring the year’s biggest hits. Girl slayed it and then some.

Other memorable performances were Demi Lovato joining Alanis Morissette on “You Oughta Know,” Charlie Puth and Meghan Trainor making out to “Marvin Gaye,” Ariana Grande performing “Focus” without her signature high ponytail, Pentatonix with their Star Wars tribute and Nick Jonas and Justin Bieber each singing a medley of their hits. By far though, the emotional high point was Celine Dion’s tribute to Paris. There wasn’t a dry eye in the house.

Check out all the performances below and share your thoughts on your favorite AMA moment.

watch all the performances after the jump

Ratings For Wicked City Not So Wicked

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Poor Chace Crawford and Ed Westwick. The guys of Gossip Girl aren’t having the best fall. Crawford’s Blood & Oil stumbled out the gate and recently got its episode order cut from 13 to 10. In other words, it’s pretty much canceled.

Westwick’s future on ABC doesn’t look that bright either. Wicked City premiered last night to lackluster ratings. The serial killer drama snagged just 3.3 million viewers and a 0.9 rating. That paltry number is even smaller than last season’s Forever who previously occupied the slot. It was down 47% from the Ioan Gruffudd drama’s premiere.

Clearly, viewers weren’t in the mood for violence porn. Did you watch the series premiere? I did and thought it was average. Westwick and Erika Christensen were the best part, along with the 80s soundtrack playing in the background. Weigh in below.


At this rate, Thursdays won’t be the only night dominated by Shonda Rhimes. The 45-year-old prolific producer is developing yet another series for ABC. This time, however, she’s teaming up with cast members from one of her hits shows. reports Kerry Washington and her Scandal co-star Katie Lowes are executive producing a comedic drama about nannies for Shondaland. The project is “described as an edgy and comical upstairs-downstairs look at the insanity of modern child-rearing and focuses on a clique of young nannies, a trio of interconnected families and their various support staffs, all trying to help the kids grow up when they haven’t quite grown up themselves.” Sounds like Lifetime’s Devious Maids but with nannies on the forefront.

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Typically at this point of the new fall season, there’s already been a few casualties. None of the major broadcast networks have dropped the axe on any of their new offerings as of yet? Why, you ask? It’s because reducing the number of ordered episodes is the new cancellation. ABC, FOX and NBC have all trimmed some of their under-performing new series.

Not surprisingly, ABC didn’t strike oil with Blood & Oil. The Chace Crawford series immediately stumbled out of the gate and is the weak link on the network’s Sunday night line-up. The show has been trimmed from 13 episodes to 10. The remaining shows should take the show into early December. This way, ABC can start afresh in the new year. Find out below what else has been reduced.

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Quantico Recruits Anne Heche

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Had Anne Heche been part of the Quantico cast since the beginning, my money would be on her as the one framing Priyanka Chopra. The 46-year-old actress was a bit of a fruitcake several years back. Remember her supposed alien encounter, alter ego Celestia and her alleged drug trip gone bad in Fresno? Girl was cray. It’s that unpredictability that makes this casting fantastic.

Heche joins ABC’s breakout FBI drama as Dr. Susan Langdon. According to, she’s a former FBI agent and medical examiner who’s now a best-selling author. She returns to Quantico to facilitate a seminar on how to identify and catch serial killers.

Excited to see Anne on Quantico? Are you hooked on the ABC series? Weigh in below.


Fantasy Island first aired on ABC from 1977-1984. The original starred Ricardo Montalban as Mr. Roarke and Herve Villechaize as his assistant Tattoo. For 152 episodes, the duo welcomed people on a mysterious island where they could come and live out their fantasies, albeit for a price.

The alphabet network then revived the Aaron Spelling series in 1998 with Malcolm McDowell taking over Montalban’s role. With no Tattoo and his signature catchphrase, “De plane, de plane“, the supernatural reboot didn’t click and was canceled quickly. ABC is once again rebooting the series, but with a twist. Find out below.

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ABC Cancels Rookie Blue

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It appears the September 3rd season finale of Rookie Blue was its series finale. ABC has pulled the plug on the Canadian police procedural after six seasons. Showrunner Tassie Cameron stepped down earlier this year, telling The Hollywood Reporter, “I feel like I told the story I wanted to tell.” I suppose it’s only fitting the show ends now as well.

“The success of Rookie Blue is a testament not only to the extremely talented team of Ilana Frank, Tassie Cameron, David Wellington and studio Entertainment One (eOne), but the electrifying cast that has resonated with legions of fans that have followed the show since season 1,” said Christine Shipton, senior vice president and chief creative officer of Shaw Media, in a statement. “After six seasons the series reached a natural conclusion, and this season’s finale was the perfect wrap up for both our rookies and for fans, especially with the marriage of our favorite couple, Sam and Andy.”

The show starring Missy Peregrym, Ben Bass, Gregory Smith, and Enuka Okuma, has been a summer staple since 2010. Will you miss following the lives of the cops from 15 Division? Weigh in below.


Julia Roberts romanced moviegoers with her high-wattage smile and signature laugh in 1997. My Best Friend’s Wedding was another hit romantic comedy for the actress. It was a global box-office moneymaker and one of the highest grossing films of that year. Nearly 20 years later, a sequel is in the works.

The Hollywood Reporter reveals ABC is developing a half-hour comedy sequel to the hit rom-com. The series will pick up where the movie left off, following Julianne Potter (originally played by Roberts) as she navigates her life in New York City. Naturally, fan-favorite, her best friend George (played by Rupert Everett in the film) will be by her side.

I absolutely loved the movie and thankful at least, a remake isn’t in the works. That would be almost as sacrilegious as filming another Pretty Woman. Right? The premise for the sequel isn’t completely heinous. I’d definitely give it a shot. Would you? Weigh in below.

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