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Taraji P. Henson brings her 'Empire' character Cookie to Sesame Street, while Nikolaj Coster-Waldau makes a surprise appearance as Jaime Lannister in 'Game of Thrones' spoof.
Henson slaps Taran Killam for angering her with his question and channels Cookie as she gives him advice about confronting fellow cast member who sleeps in his dressing room.
The soundtrack, which was originally projected to sell around 25,000 copies, beats Madonna and becomes the first TV soundtrack to land at No.1 since three 'Glee' albums topped the list in 2010.
Series co-creator Lee Daniels reveals that he has written roles for the former daytime talk show queen and the rapper/actor.
The powerful ballad will be featured alongside contributions from Mary J. Blige and others on the 'Empire' soundtrack album that's coming out on March 10.
Jussie tells Ellen DeGeneres backstage after appearing on her show, 'There's never been a closet that I've been in.'
Series co-creator Danny Strong reveals the new hit drama is loosely based on the early life of Beyonce's husband.
The former 'American Idol' winner and the 'R.I.P.' singer will appear on the FOX hit drama series before the first season ends.
Lucious is engaged to Grace, Cookie believes someone tries to kill her, and Hakeem gets into a fight.
The hip-hop drama and the Batman prequel are confirmed to return for the second season, while the Andy Samberg-starring comedy will continue with the third installment.
Both Taraji P. Henson and Terrence Howard shrug off and lightheartedly respond to the copycat accusation made by hip-hop star.
'Glee', which is moved to Fridays, will kick off the swan song on January 9, while Will Forte's new comedy 'The Last Man on Earth' and 'Following' season 3 will debut in March.