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Omarosa and Dennis Rodman were involved in a heated argument when the two were brought by Lil Jon to face the judges for elimination.
The two-minute sneak peak highlights Percy and his demi-god friends, who are in the pursuit of the Golden Fleece that has the power to save their home and Camp Half-Blood.
David Morrissey, who initially signed for one season, will reportedly be upped to series regular in the next installment.
Due to double pneumonia, the British rocker has been forced to reschedule his Regency Ballroom gig.
The 'Silver Linings Playbook' star is photographed smoking a cigarette which looks like a joint and drinking a large bottle of wine in the hotel she stays at during her holiday.
The A and E reality TV series posted record ratings for the network during its second season premiere, delivering 8.6 million viewers on Wednesday, February 27.
After Morrissey states he's disappointed that Kimmel ridicules healthy eating, the comedian says, 'I'm completely respectful of people who do not eat meat, but the statement he made is ridiculous.'
Whedon explains that a standalone Hulk movie is a possible project, but it will be 'very, very hard' to accomplish because the green beast is 'not a superhero.'
The 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' host says in his monologue that Morrissey 'keeps finding new ways to depress us,' and promotes new 'Duck Dynasty' product for vegetarians in a skit.
The 'Tomorrow' singer cancels his scheduled performance on the ABC show because 'he cannot morally be on a television program where the cast members of 'Duck Dynasty' will also be guests.'
The Smiths frontman says, 'I'm sure the Palace and Clarence House put maximum pressure on this poor receptionist and nurse, and of course that's kept away from the press.'
Author/executive producer Robert Kirkman claims that 'having The Governor in the mix is going to fundamentally change the show in all kinds of awesome and exiting ways.'
Talking about his approach to play the antagonist character, the 'Centurion' actor says he's finding out The Governor's fears, anxieties and loves by reading 'Rise of The Governor'.
The British actor, who had a lead role in 'Red Riding' trilogy, is cast for the third season of the zombie-themed series as the most famous villain in 'Walking Dead' comic.
Rocker Morrissey has issued an apology after repeatedly clashing with British radio presenter Dermot O'leary during an interview.