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1. Miley Cyrus: “Bangerz” slams its way to No. 1 on the Billboard 200, crushing the competition. Even Sinead bought a copy.
2. Justin Bieber: His new movie, “Believe,” will open on Christmas Day. God gave us his only begotten son that day, Bieber gives us his latest film.
3. Morrissey: His autobiography finally comes out and it turns out you’re nobody if he hasn’t had a spat with you. And, for the last time, there will be no Smiths reunion.
4. Hall & Oates: The beloved duo finally lands a nomination for Rock & Roll Hall of Fame after years of lobbying from its fans. But will they lose out because a Kiss is on the list?
5. Lady Gaga: She’ll be spending her Thanksgiving with the Muppets in new TV special. That’s so much better than dried-out turkey with feuding relatives.
6. Taylor Swift: The 23-year old is honored for the sixth time by the Nashville Songwriters Assn. International as Songwriter/Artist of the year. They are never, ever breaking up.
7. Marilyn Manson: In what is actually a perfect fit, Manson is joining the cast of “Once Upon A Time.” The show creator said they wanted someone “with the vocal ability to make our skin crawl.” Oh, so he’ll be singing his lines, then...
8. Robert Plant: He went up to Misty Mountain and came down with some previously unreleased Led Zeppelin recordings. Is the new Beyonce album in the same hiding place?
9. A Tribe Called Quest: Following its Nov. 24 Madison Square Garden show with Kanye West, the seminal hip-hop collective will disband for good... at least until they reunite again.
10: Maxine Powell: Powell, who died this week at 98, held the unofficial title of Chief of Charm for Motown, training artists like the Jackson Five and Smokey Robinson how to dress and treat people. Can you imagine what she’d say to the likes of Rihanna and Miley Cyrus?
We’re only three episodes into the thirty-ninth season of “Saturday Night Live." But that’s not stopping us from making ten observations about the current season as a whole. Who has shined? Who has faded into the background? What trends can we already detect?
Read on to find out about the current state of the show.
WELLINGTON, NZ - Can you really go home again? Orlando Bloom is finding out as he returns to the world of Middle Earth in Peter Jackson's "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug." Bloom reprises his role as the Elf with a bow, arrow and long luxurious blond hair, Legolas, that he originated in the Oscar-winning "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy. And, frankly, it's not bad timing.
"Doctor Who" puts together all 11 Doctors in 1 image
The image was released as the BBC's is preparing to reveal a new trailer tonight featuring 50 years of "Who." UPDATE: Watch the "Day of the Doctor" trailer.
Fox will preview J.J. Abrams' "Almost Human" during "Bones"
The futuristic robot cop drama will get a special preview during Monday's "Bones" episode, at 8:25 pm.
Vince Gilligan: "Breaking Bad's" ending was NOT a dream
Gilligan also says the writers considered killing Baby Holly. PLUS: Here are the "Granite State" film canisters that were crushed by an airplane.
"The Mentalist" makes Rockmond Dunbar a series regular
The former "Prison Break" star had initially signed up for three episodes.
"Monday Night Football" will have its worst-ever matchup in its 44-year history
ESPN is paying $104 million for Monday's game between the 1-4 Vikings and 0-6 Giants.
Did "SNL's" "gender equality movement" leave out black women?
The women on the cast took over the show during Tina Fey's time, yet "Saturday Night Live" was still left with black men in drag playing black women. PLUS: Why are there so few black women in improv groups?
James Van Der Beek is returning to "HIMYM"
He'll reprise his role as Robin’s first boyfriend Simon.
"The Americans" casts a Cartoon Network star to play a Sandinista freedom fighter
Aimee Carrero recently appeared on "Level Up."
See the "Boy Meets World" cast, reunited
Cory, Topanga and Co. came together for Entertainment Weekly's Reunions issue.
"Smallville's" Tom Welling hit with divorce papers
Welling and his wife Jamie have been married for a decade.
MTV orders comedies about a high school and a theme park
Coming soon: "Faking It" and "Happyland."
Andie McDowell is done with "Girls" after watching Season 1
"I watched the whole first season of Girls with my daughters," says the "Cedar Cove" star. "I probably won’t watch the second season—it was too immature for me—but it was interesting. I’m going to sound like an ancient person, but I was rather shocked at what they can show on TV now!" PLUS: Go behind the scenes of "Girls" Season 3.
Amanda Plummer to guest on "Hannibal"
The "Pulp Fiction" star will play an acupuncturist who causes trouble.
Donald Trump: I've invited Russian President Vladimir Putin to Miss Universe Pageant in Moscow
"I know for a fact that he wants very much to come," says The Donald, "but we'll have to see. We haven't heard yet, but we have invited him."
Watch "The Crazy Ones" cast learn of their pickup
The Robin Williams-Sarah Michelle Gellar comedy has averaged 13.7 million viewers.
Mayim Bialik sues over car accident that nearly left her without a hand
The "Big Bang Theory" star was hit by a car filled with Chilean tourists last August.
Dolly Parton will play herself in a Lifetime Christmas movie
The country legend has joined the cast of "A Country Christmas Story," airing Nov. 9.
"Queer Eye" guys reunite on Sunday
Carson Kressley and Ted Allen will talk about how the Bravo show prompted them to come out.
Gordon Ramsay's original British "Kitchen Nightmares" is now on Netflix
And unlike the American version, it's actually tolerable to watch.
Bob Odenkirk's "The Birthday Boys": Have we reached a sketch comedy saturation point?
The IFC show is yet another sketch comedy with a white male sensibility. PLUS: Meet "The Birthday Boys."
Starz goes back to the 1930s for "Dancing on the Edge"
The British series follows a group of black jazz performers in London.
"Revenge" teases a "love rhombus"
What is a love rhombus? It's a love triangle with one extra person.
The Olsen Twins wore Chanel and Marc Jacobs on "Full House"
That's how Mary-Kate and Ashley got their fashion inspiration.
Pearl Jam will claim the top spot next week with “Lightning Bolt.” The group’s 10th studio set will move close to 180,000 copies. That’s 100,000 more than Miley Cyrus’s “Bangerz,” which drops to No. 2 with sales of around 80,000.
The Seattle rockers are seven acts debuting in the top 10 next week: Paul McCartney’s “New” will launch at No. 3 (75,000), Avett Brothers’ “Magpie and the Dandelion” at No. 4 (65,000), Scotty McCreery’s “See You Tonight” at No. 6 (50,000), The Head and the Heart’s “Let’s Be Still” at No. 8 (40,000), Willie Nelson’s “To All The Girls...” at No. 9, and Gavin DeGraw’s “Make A Move” at No. 10, according to Hits Daily Double.
There’s barely room for holdovers from this week, but in addition to Cyrus, Drake’s “Nothing Was The Same” is at No 5 and Lorde’s “Pure Heroine” is at No. 7.
Look for Pearl Jam’s stint at No. 1 to be brief as Katy Perry’s Prism, which comes out Oct. 22, is a lock to grab the top spot week after next.
"Strike Back" just wrapped up its latest season, and I have thoughts on the finale and the season as a whole coming up just as soon as I say "please"...
Only three albums into her career, Katy Perry is one of the most successful artists in pop history. She is the only act to have a song in the Billboard Hot 100 top 10 for 69 consecutive weeks and she is the only female artist in history to take five songs to No. 1 from a single album.
From candy-coated confections like "California Gurls" to playful gender-bending tracks like "I Kissed a Girl," broken-hearted anthems such as "Part Of Me" and even a spacy, alien-loving "E.T.," Perry has kept us fascinated with her colorful look at life.
As Perry prepares to release her fourth studio album, "Prism," on Oct. 22, we pick her best tunes in this special Katy Perry playlist.
Lifetime is reviving "Betty White's Off Their Rockers"
The canceled NBC hidden-camera show is getting a third season, thanks to Lifetime.