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Seth Meyers is gearing up to hit the late-night television circuit.
The "Saturday Night Live" veteran, who has been in "tightly guarded" negotiations for weeks now, is set to succeed Jimmy Fallon in NBC's 12:35 a.m. late night slot, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Kristen Wiig made her "Saturday Night Live" hosting debut on Saturday, May 11 -- and, she brought the funny.
The 39-year-old actress returned to the sketch comedy show for her first official hosting gig since leaving her post as a cast member in 2012. While she brought the funny in some of her more familiar skits, she also brought some entirely new characters to life.
Legendary newscaster Barbara Walters will retire in 2014, ABC News reported on Sunday.
After 37 years with ABC News, Walters will announce on "The View" on Monday her plans to leave TV journalism. She will continue to appear on the daytime talk show and anchor and report for ABC News until her retirement next summer.
Kerry Washington, known for her role in ABC's "Scandal" and "The Office" actor Craig Robinson get into all sorts of hijinks in the new comedy film "Peeples" and apparently, the fun continued when the cameras stopped rolling.
In the movie, which was released on May 10, Washington plays Grace Peeples and Robinson plays her boyfriend Wade Walker, who crashes her family reunion in the Hamptons in order to propose to her. The film also stars David Alan Grier and Diahann Carroll and was directed and written by Tina Gordon Chism. Check out the interview with Kerry Washington and Craig Robinson.
Leonardo DiCaprio's charm as Jay Gatsby in "The Great Gatsby" was not enough to dethrone "Iron Man 3" at the box office on Friday, May 10, reports say.
"Iron Man 3," which stars Robert Downey Jr. and Gwyneth Paltrow, topped Friday's box office with $19.8 million, Entertainment Weekly reports. The film is expected to earn about $70 million for the weekend, which would raise its 10-day box office total to $282 million, according to the news outlet.
If Gwyneth Paltrow wasn't clear about how much she disliked the 2013 Met Museum Costume Institute Gala earlier this week, the actress told Australia's "The Kyle and Jackie O Show" in a new radio interview that "it sucked."
Previously, Paltrow said in an interview that the event was "un-fun" and vowed "I'm never going again." She also said the gala was "boiling" and was "too crowded."
Kate Upton has nabbed another high profile cover -- the U.S. edition of Vogue.
The two-time Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue cover girl graces the cover of Vogue's June 2013 issue. This is the first time Upton has been featured on the cover of the U.S. edition of the fashion magazine and the 20-year-old talked about some of the criticism she's received over her curvaceous figure.
John Corbett, known for his roles in the shows "Sex and the City," "Parenthood" and the movie "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" debuted a new bleached blond, messy hairstyle, complete with a mustache and soul patch.
"It's my 25-year-old surfer coming out of me. It's crazy," he told OTRC.com, when asked about his new look, at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' sixth annual Television Academy Honors event on Thursday, May 9 -- his 52nd birthday. What do you think about Corbett's new look?
Check out photos from the week 8 results episode of "Dancing With The Stars" season 16, which aired on May 7, 2013 and featured a performance from Jason Derulo.
The six celebrities faced with possible elimination were Sean Lowe, Jacoby Jones, Aly Raisman, Ingo Rademacher, Zendaya Coleman and Kellie Pickler.
Fans of "Scandal," "Grey's Anatomy," "Nashville" and "Revenge" have a reason to celebrate as ABC announced on Friday, May 10, that those series, as well as a few more, have been renewed for another season.
"Castle" "Suburgatory" and "Once Upon A Time," were also renewed, the network announced. Sitcoms "The Middle," "Modern Family" and "The Neighbors" were picked up for next season as well.
After an attempt at revamping "Smash" for the second season, NBC has pulled the plug on the series.
"Smash" has been canceled by NBC, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The news outlet reports that the show cost somewhere around $4 million to produce each episode and suffered from lackluster ratings.