NBC confirmed Thursday that Christina Aguilera, Cee Lo Green, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton will return to their respective judges’ chairs when ‘The Voice’ kicks off its highly-anticipated second season next year.
“Our fantastic coaches were integral to the tremendous success of ‘The Voice’ this year and we are thrilled that they are all returning,” Paul Telegdy, NBC’s head of alternative programming, said in a statement (via EW.com). “We look forward to building season two and making The Voice an even greater experience for fans.”
Color us unsurprised: Rocker/actress Courtney Love reportedly stole photographer David LaChappelle’s car Monday night, leaving him stranded — not to mention angry.
The incident reportedly took place at New York’s Soho House, where LaChappelle had agreed to let Love borrow his chauffeur-driven SUV so she could drive to director Brett Ratner’s house and pick him up.
EW.com confirmed Thursday that ABC’s long-running soap opera, ‘All My Children,’ will officially go off the air on Friday, Sept. 23. Among the stars returning to bid adieu are Josh Duhamel and Carol Burnett.
According to the report, the 51-year-old host was recorded having a romantic dinner at the Ritz-Carlton in Manalapan Friday night with 30-year-old journalist Kristyn Caddell. The recording was all part of an undercover sting set up by the Enquirer.
“We’re no longer engaged,” a “teary-eyed” Maynard told PEOPLE in the new issue, on stands today. The confession came following an interview special with ‘Bachelor’ host Chris Harrison, set to air July 11 on ABC.
According to sources for TMZ, ‘Two and a Half Men’ creator Chuck Lorre may be planning to kill off Charlie Sheen’s character, Charlie Harper, when the top-rated sitcom returns to CBS this fall.
Though TMZ notes that the script has not been finalized, and will not shoot until August 5, producers are allegedly considering a number of options for Charlie’s exit, including having him drive a car off of a cliff.
Stephen Colbert cited a recent Washington Times editorial by Ted Nugent on Monday’s episode of ‘The Colbert Report.’ In the editorial, the rocker described the youth of today as “terminally stoned on apathy.”
At first, Colbert seemed skeptical of Nugent’s choice of medium for the editorial, doubting whether the ailing newspaper industry could actually “jolt our youth awake.”
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