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TV icon Clark passed away at the age of 82 on Wednesday, April 18 morning after suffering a 'massive heart attack' at St. John's Health Center in Santa Monica, California.
'They were mostly about filling in to do weather,' the 'American Idol' host enthuses when asked by Lauer about the possibility of him taking the reins on the NBC morning show.
Having undergone the procedure to repair a torn tendon, the 'American Idol' host jokes on his radio show, 'I can't have any more joint problems. Because I have no more alliteration!'
The 'Battleship' star defended her decision to pick her former boyfriend, who infamously assaulted her three years ago, as collaborator.
After having Cohen's 'Dictactor' character dumping the ashes on him, Seacrest writes on Twitter, 'My mom always told me to pack two jackets for red carpets, always wondered why. Now I know.'
The men's interest channel will be rebranded as a new, pop-culture oriented network called AXS TV starting this summer.
During the TCA panel, FOX entertainment president also confirms 'Allen Gregory' is canceled, but says that no decision has been made on 'Terra Nova', 'Fringe' and 'House M.D.'
In addition to giving a look at Margaret's controversial political life and how she deals with protesters, the new trailer shows her younger life before she marries Denis Thatcher.
Being caught in a cross fire between Alec and American Airlines, Greyhound Bus Lines reacts by stating that their customers wouldn't share the 'Cooler' actor's feeling.
ITV confirms that Cowell will return as a judge on the British reality show, while sources say Seacrest has met with NBC execs to talk about a possiblity to replace Matt Lauer.
Kathy Salem claims she was verbally abused by cast members of 'Shahs of Sunset' when attending a party which was taped for possible inclusion in the upcoming Seacrest-produced show.
Hours earlier, Brody's girfriend Avril Lavigne addresses the reported bar scuffle on Twitter by writing, 'I got attacked by 5 people last night out of nowhere. Not cool. My face is f**ked.'
The Hayley Williams-fronted band release the song as a follow-up to 'Renegade' which is part of 'Singles Club', their special treat for holiday.
Among other celebrities voicing what they have in mind over the guilty verdict for Michael Jackson's personal doctor are Ellen DeGeneres, Tyrese Gibson and Piers Morgan.
The 'American Idol' host is set to make his film producing debut with the 'Walk the Line' actress and has tapped 'Grey's Anatomy' scribe to serve as the screenwriter for his project.