The Grammy Awards are a time for big risks on the red carpet. After all, we don't expect our rock stars to look like pageant queens, so a little edge is definitely welcome. This year, some people took big risks (or at least risks for them) and the result is a mixed bag. See what Taylor Swift, Madonna, Katy Perry, Pink, Ryan Lewis and Macklemore and a host of other stars wore for music's big night.
There's a lot to like about "Lizzie Borden Took An Ax" (Sat. Jan. 25 at 8:00 p.m. on Lifetime). It's a thoroughly modern take on the woman who made parental murder the stuff of a catchy little rhyme perfect for jumping rope. The music is slick (songs by the Black Keys, Sons of Jezebel and the Kreeps jazz up the soundtrack), the cinematography slicker, the cast stellar. Christina Ricci, with her doe-like eyes and callous smirk flutters easily between insincere delicacy and murderous glee. It's all such fun... if only it worked.
No matter what happens to Justin Bieber in the courts, he can always count on one fan rooting for him all the way. In the season 5 finale of "My Strange Addiction" (airs Wed. Jan. 29 at 10:00 p.m. ET), we meet 33-year-old Toby. He has spent over $100,000 on plastic surgery to transform himself into (by his standards) a doppelganger of Justin Bieber. In this clip, get the full rundown of everything he's had done to be more of a Belieber.
Sharon Stone might be most famous for playing a femme fatale in "Basic Instinct," but now TNT has announced that she'll be stepping up in the world -- or at least on a TV show. She's set to play the first female Vice President in "Agent X" (working title), an action-drama pilot for the cable network.
I can't write about the 100th episode of "The Vampire Diaries" without launching into spoilers. Sorry, but that's just the way it is. If you haven't watched, don't click through. If you do, you can't say I didn't warn you.
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I was talking to a friend of mine about why he hates "American Horror Story: Coven," given that he loved the first two seasons of "AHS." "There's no one to like this season," he grumbled. "Everyone's a jerk." I'm not sure I completely agree with that (I can think of a few characters, like Delia and Misty, who aren't all bad), but I get his point.
Remember Corbin Bleu? If you didn't watch Disney's “High School Musical” franchise, you might remember his turn on ABC's “Dancing with the Stars.” You remember; he was the guy who could actually dance.
At press tour, most of the buzz for PBS' first day surrounded the arrival of Benedict Cumberbatch for the "Sherlock," which had its third season premiere on Sunday. While Cumberbatch barely made it to the panel on time, fans who waited patiently outside (possibly a TCA first) got a a flurry of apologies, according to the "Star Trek" star. Inside the room with "Sherlock" co-creator Steven Moffat, producer Sue Vertue, star Amanda Abbington (Mary Morstan), he was more than happy to talk about his "almost" kiss with Moriarty, working with his parents and more.
As I'm sure everyone and their dog has already heard, Juan Pablo said some stuff about gay people during the ABC party at press tour. I can't say I was thrilled with what he said, and while I know that English isn't his first language, the gays being "more pervert" is kind of hard to dial down. I'll be very interested to see if tonight's ratings take a hit, won't you? Let's get to the recap -- whether you're still watching or not.