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The shock jock will be back for his third year as a judge on the show despite needing free time.
The 'X Factor' creator and the 'America's Got Talent' judge top the annual list compiled by Forbes with $95 million each, while Oprah Winfrey falls from No. 1 to No. 4 this year.
The 'America's Got Talent' judge and the host of 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon' join other media personalities including Matt Lauer, Savannah Guthrie and Katie Couric on The Hollywood Reporter's list.
The music mogul stands by his story that he saved Kelly Clarkson from making wrong decisions on her song choices, but the shock jock didn't buy it.
The 'America's Got Talent' judge defends the 'American Idol' first season winner by slamming Clive Davis' for comments he made about her in his memoir, 'The Soundtrack of My Life'.
Although the shock jock seems to dance around his apology, the 'Girls' creator/producer/actress appreciates his effort to talk to her directly.
The 'America's Got Talent' judge takes to his radio show to apologize to the 'Girls' star, saying, 'I felt bad because I really do love the show 'Girls'... And I admire the girl who writes it.'
The shock jock announces he will return for his second round on the NBC talent show, dishing, 'If I don't like the new judge, I'll hit the 'X' [buzzer] on the judge while they're talking.'
The New Kids On The Block member creates some videos to show how his place is affected by the hurricane.
The provocative pop star shares insights about her upcoming album and contemplates on an interactive app and having two volumes released.
Letterman gets Weather Channel expert Jim Cantore as a last-minute replacement for the 'Bride Wars' actress, while shock jock Stern claims he 'was begging Jimmy to cancel the show!' post-the storm.
The 'America's Got Talent' judge is willing to be a volunteer in an effort to calm both parties and help the former pro wrestler see the whole situation clearer.
The Sirius XM radio host lashes out at the 'Deal or No Deal' host for speaking so high of singer Big Barry, saying, 'Howie owes all those performers that could have had a shot on this stage.'
The Sirius XM Radio host comes onto the stage to console a seven-year-old rapper, who begins weeping as the show's judge criticizes his performance.
The shock-jock manages to insert jokes in his comments, but still keeps them tame enough for primetime television.