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The 'Crazy Ones' star and the 'View' moderator join Blake Shelton, Reba McEntire, Heidi Klum and Jay Leno who are set to appear in 'Kelly Clarkson's Cautionary Christmas Music Tale'.
The 'Sister Act' actress joins the new ABC fantasy drama series to guest-voice White Rabbit's wife.
The former star of 'The Andy Griffith Show' is remembered by Larry King, Whoopi Goldberg, Ron Howard, Slash and Brad Paisley among other stars.
Picking up where the first installment of 'Downton Sixbey' left off, the new parody sees a meeting with the new heir Questlove and his mother getting interrupted by Carson Daly's arrival.
Finn helps his fiancee prepare for the audition, while Sue and Roz lend a helping hand to Will whom the cheerleading coach thinks is having a poblem.
The 30-second teaser gives a look at Kate Beckinsale and Colin Farrell as they get ready to embark on a combat in a futuristic world.
The 'Mean Girls' star is in negotiations to play herself and serve as a celebrity judge at Nationals, while the 'View' co-host will portray a NYADA professor who oversees Rachel and Kurt's audition.
While the 'Sister Act' actress quickly admitted she 'blew a little frog out of there' when interviewing Claire Danes, the network says, 'Every time there is a fun noise she pretends it was her.'
Whoopi Goldberg is urging parents to become better role models for their children instead of letting them look up to celebrities.
Actress Whoopi Goldberg has only ever been in love once, and the perfect romance wasn't with one of her three husbands.
Tish Cyrus, who has recently reconciled with her husband Billy Ray Cyrus, takes to her Facebook page to thank her family for support, saying '... I feel we are stronger than we have ever been!'
He denies rumors which allege him fabricating the shooting incident in Haiti during Sunday's presidential election, saying the rumors have been sparked purposely to make public disbelieve him.
Murphy will receive the Comedy Icon Award at the event which is going to be held Sunday, April 10, and attended by Tina Fey, John Stewart and more.
Eager to help Replenish Africa Initiative (RAIN) reach its 10,000 dollar goal to fund its clean water projects, Beyonce's sister urges her celebrity friends to download her new track.
The 'Jarhead' actor is spearheading a campaign to urge public schools in America to grow their fruit and vegetables.