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Michele stole the attention upon her arrival with her peach minidress while Cuoco failed to rack up nods for her unflattering ensemble.
The Stephen Garnett-directed visuals, which also stars Too Short and Christina Millian, shows the gritty side of the Disney star.
The 'Shake It Up' actress will headline a comedy-adventure movie set to air on the cable channel in 2014.
The 'Voice' mentor will come out with a new solo LP and albums with his Gnarls Barkley and Goodie Mob groups.
Zendaya Coleman leads the pack after performing three dances in the final week of 'DWTS' season 16, trailed close behind by Kellie Pickler with only one point gap.
The former Sports Illustrated model is diagnosed with thyroid cancer and will undergo a surgery on Tuesday, May 14.
MTV's Hottest MC turns a funeral march into a funeral party featuring comedian Mike Epps standing out in blue.
The 'Superbass' hitmaker calls the dramas happening in Hollywood 'ridiculous games' played by a bunch of 'grown adults.'
Jacoby Jones and Aly Raisman tie for the leaders of the scoreboard, while Ingo Rademacher is clearly the underdog as he is the only contestant who doesn't get perfect 30 points that night.
Kellie Pickler's trio with Derek Hough and Tristan MacManus, meanwhile, divides the judges as Len Goodman expects more technique in her dramatic paso doble.
Maksim Chmerkovskiy and Anna Trebunskaya return to the show to dance alongside the competing teams in week 5, during which the judges give out the first 10s of the season.
Rumor has it, the salon is Paltrow's first step into building a mini mall with a plan to launch a restaurant with Mario Batali later.
Kellie ties Zendaya for the highest score of the night with her modern jazz routine, but it's not enough to topple the teen Disney star from the top of the scoreboard.
While Zendaya gets rave reviews for her contemporary dance, D.L. Hughley doesn't get love from the judges as he earns the lowest score of the night.