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Watch 'Weird Al' Yankovic's 8 New Videos, Which Have Had Over 46 Million Views As New Album 'Mandatory Fun' Tops Chart

July 23rd, 2014 10:42pm EDT
Weird Al Yankovic
Weird Al Yankovic has landed nearly 50 million views of his eight new videos, which he began debuting in support of his latest album, "Mandatory Fun," which dropped last Tuesday.

The videos have boosted the sales of the album, landing the comedian/singer his first ever number one record on the Billboard 200 chart, selling over 103,000 units.

Yankovic kicked off a week of promos last Monday with "Tacky," a parody of Pharell Williams "Despicable Me 2" soundtrack "Happy," and followed it up with a spoof of Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines," a song that focuses on the improper use of grammar cal...
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'Graceland's' Jamie Gray Hyder: Rest Of Season 2 Is 'A Whirlwind'

July 23rd, 2014 2:01pm EDT
'Graceland's' Jamie Gray Hyder: Rest Of Season 2 Is 'A Whirlwind
Jamie Gray Hyder is keeping things interesting on Graceland. The True Blood actress plays Lucia Solano, the sister of Carlito Solano (Erik Valdez) and daughter of the head of the Solano drug cartel, who doesn't know that Johnny (Manny Montana) is actually an undercover agent. We caught up with Jamie last Wednesday to talk about her Graceland experience and how it stacks up against playing a werewolf.

"What I love about this part - and something that's super important to me - is to make her a real person and not a caricature of herself," she told us. "[Lucia]'s got such a cool, complicated ...
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'Hotel Hell': Season 2 Of Gordon Ramsay's Hospitality Series Still On Fire

July 21st, 2014 1:07pm EDT
'Hotel Hell': Season 2 Of Gordon Ramsay's Hospitality Series Sti
With the concluding of Kitchen Nightmares, Hotel Hell is the only chance US TV audiences have to see Gordon Ramsay helping people. Sure, Hell's Kitchen, MasterChef and MasterChef Junior are good entertainment, but those are competitions. Winners are crowned and prizes handed out. Watching Hotel Hell, you get a sense of the real Chef Ramsay: a brilliant, articulate, and yes, very truthful businessman who gets a different kind of satisfaction out of helping businesses in need.

In tonight's second season premiere, Ramsay travels to Las Cruces, New Mexico to help out Meson de Mesilla, a hotel ...
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Six Things to Learn From #CandidlyNicole Show

July 17th, 2014 2:06pm EDT
Six Things to Learn From #CandidlyNicole Show
If you peel back the layers of an over-inflated reality star with a Beverly Hills princess background, you could see Nicole Richie is dropping some life lessons on us with #CandidlyNicole. No, seriously, just hear me out. Through her navel-gazing adventures (i.e. should she or shouldn’t she get that tramp stamp removed?) with family and friends she’s taught us a few things.

Ask for Help: Nicole recruits her bestie for advice on table manners for a dinner party she was throwing her neighbors. Her bestie drops some knowledge on how to set up a fancy table (wine glass goes on the right for th...
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The 12 Most Underappreciated Paul McCartney Songs

July 17th, 2014 2:00pm EDT
The 12 Most Underappreciated Paul McCartney Songs
Although he is one of the most prolific singer/songwriters of this generation or any for that matter, there are still many Paul McCartney tunes that go underappreciated by most music fans. In total, McCartney's songs count well over 600, including his hits with The Beatles. But while his Beatles hits have become contemporary classics, many of McCartney's solo works have been dismissed as subpar.

While there are many McCartney/Wings songs that have become true radio favorites, there are still many more that are classic in their own right. The list could be longer, including some favorites y...
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A Drunk Charlie Sheen Greets Fans At Taco Bell

July 16th, 2014 9:02pm EDT
A Drunk Charlie Sheen Greets Fans At Taco Bell
Charlie Sheen recently claimed that he always takes time out to meet his fans, and a new video appears to prove that point.

The actor was filmed on what appears to be a cell phone at a Taco Bell drive-through. The video was taken through a car, and it shows Sheen coming up to the driver and apologizing for being under the influence.

"I'm sorry, I'm so f**king hammered," he says.

The driver, Jayden, tells Sheen he's with a woman named Tamara, who's a "big fan." Sheen then asks the couple if they are in a fight.

Jayden asks about the actor's tattoos, and Sheen pulls his shirt to one side ...
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Tony Goldwyn Takes Us Inside 'The Divide'

July 16th, 2014 12:06pm EDT
Tony Goldwyn
It's no wonder that Tony Goldwyn has co-created a TV series. Over his acting career, most recently as President Fitzgerald Grant on Scandal and Andrew Prior in Divergent, he's consistently been at the top of the game. As the director of films like Conviction and shows like Justified, he's made sharp choices that have enabled projects to shine. Teaming with Richard LaGravenese to create The Divide, then, is a natural progression for one of entertainment's smartest and most thoughtful voices. We sat down with Tony at the recent Television Critics Association press tour to take a closer look i...
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Anne Hathaway, Kristen Stewart Dress In Drag For Jenny Lewis Video

July 15th, 2014 5:00pm EDT
Anne Hathaway, Kristen Stewart Dress In Drag For Jenny Lewis Vid
Kristen Stewart, Anne Hathaway and Brie Larson had a gender bending experience while making the new music video for pal Jenny Lewis's "Just One of the Guys."

At the start of the video the actresses actually look a bit sexy in their all-white menswear, but hilarity ensues when you see them in track suits, baseball caps, mustaches and even a rat tail.

Singer-songwriter Lewis, whose new disc "Voyager" is her first solo album in six years, told GQ of the shoot: "We screamed with laughter all day, huddled behind the monitor. I haven't laughed that hard since 'What About Bob?' came out on laser...
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Is 'The Divide' Television's Next Great Series?

July 15th, 2014 12:03pm EDT
Is 'The Divide' Television's Next Great Series?
Television audiences are always looking for the next great series. We're hungry to find our Sopranos, The Wire, The West Wing, Mad Men, Breaking Bad, or Game of Thrones. Come Wednesday, you can add The Divide to that list.

WEtv's serial drama about a tireless Philadelphia law student (brilliantly played by Marin Ireland) who won't let go of an eleven-year-old murder case and ends up on a collision course with the city's tough District Attorney (a remarkable Damon Gupton) is the kind of television that you can't turn away from. Establishing a deadline early on in the pilot, the series sets ...
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SMOSH & The Guys Of 'Good Mythical Morning' Star In Newest Epic Rap Battle Of History

July 14th, 2014 7:00pm EDT
SMOSH & The Guys Of 'Good Mythical Morning' Star In Newest Epic
That's right - it's time for a new ERB. The season finale stars a number of guests from other popular Youtube channel - Anthony and Ian of SMOSH, and Rhett and Link from Good Mythical Morning. The new fellows do justice to the season finale - an ERB the scope of which history has never seen.

This time, its a 4v4 with the artists and masterminds of the Italian Renaissance on one side, and their Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle counterparts on the other side. Donatello, Raphael, Michaelangelo and Leonardo (squared) go toe to toe (minus two toes for TMNT) to face off and decide who are more dese...
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