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The host of 'American Idol' becomes the victim of a prank call a few hours after interviewing Russell Brand about being swatted.
One of the new emerging singers in country music that people are going to hear a lot is the 'Merry Go 'Round' crooner.
The 'Spring Beakers' star's new single is leaked online, prompting her to debut the fresh track two days earlier than the original schedule.
The 'American Idol' host and the 'Safe Haven' actress have reportedly broken up after dating for more than two years.
The 'Idol' presenter cracks a joke about the embarrassing incident, while the 'Glee' actress posts a picture of her with judge Nicki Minaj.
Show's host Ryan Seacrest admitted that it got pretty intense between the two judges but 'We want that! We want them to be on this panel together.'
The actress conceals some truths from her fans inside her house, expecting triplets, having a grown son and collecting wigs.
The 'American Idol' host will produce the comedy which is based on reality show 'Food Revolution' about British celebrity chef Jamie Oliver.
The rumors are true, the 'X Factor (US) judge will lead the July 22 live show, replacing last year's Kaley Cuoco.
Stellar list of performers from different genres will take the stage at Las Vegas' MGM Grand this fall.
Adapted from the popular Zynga game, the show will see celebrities and everyday users playing in front of a studio audience to earn money.
The 'Ellen DeGeneres Show' host herself has been selected to receive the annual Mark Twain Prize for American Humor thanks to her 'unique contributions to the world of comedy'.
Besides admitting he's obsessed with E.L. James' bestselling novel, the 'American Idol' host jokes that executive producer Nigel Lythgoe poisoned his chicken to assume his hosting duties.
Titled 'Married to Jonas', the new unscripted series explores the relationship between the oldest of the Jonas Brothers and his wife Danielle Deleasa.
As part of the new two-year deal, the 'American Idol' host will contribute to NBC's news, entertainment and sport programming in addition to continuing his role as Managing Editor of 'E! News'.