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Sad news for Glee fans: season 3 will be the last for three regular cast members, co-creator Ryan Murphy reveals. Can you guess which singing grads won't be back for season 4?
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Nick Lachey's wedding to Vanessa Minnillo will be televised.
The 37-year-old star - who has previously featured in a TV series about his life following his first marriage to singer Jessica Simpson - will appear with his new wife in Nick and Vanessa's Dream Wedding on TLC a few weeks after the nuptials.
"We're lucky to have such passionate and loving fans, and we thought partnering with TLC on this special would be the best way to share the exciting journey we're on with all the people that support us and our relationship," the pair said in a statement.
In addition to the marriage itself, the show will also feature footage including Vanessa's search for her dream dress and their joint wedding shower. Nick has previously revealed he is keen to start a family soon after getting married so he can catch up with his brother Drew, who has two children.
"I'd like to be a dad sooner than later. I'm getting up there. I've gotta catch up with my brother. [Drew's] got two and I've got zero, so the pressure is on me!" I'm at a point in my life where I'm ready to start another chapter. Having kids is a big part of that. I'm excited for what comes next. Life is a journey, and I'm certainly ready to close this chapter and move on to the next."
With three new shows premiering this fall on the CW -- including Sarah Michelle Gellar's return to the small screen in Ringer -- the network is already getting fans on the edge of their couches by releasing the lineup. Check out when favorites Gossip Girl and Supernatural will return to your TV -- after the jump!
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Lance Bass is wrangling up former NSYNC member Joey Fatone in addition to A.J. Mclean of Backstreet Boys, Joey McIntyre of New Kids on the Block, and possibly Bobby Brown of New Edition for a reality television competition.
The VH1 contest is expected to rival NBC's The Voice, with the boy band alumni choosing which singers would comprise the perfect boy band.
Bobby Brown isn't confirmed just yet, but Lance says that he "thinks Bobby will do it. I think he'd love it."
Will you tune in to watch Lance and company attempt to resurrect the boy band?
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Now that she's raking in millions from her clothing and accessories empire, Jessica Simpson is returning to reality television to display her fashion prowress.
While she has been off the air since last year's VH1 show The Price of Beauty, Simpson is now confirmed as a celebrity mentor on upcoming NBC show Fashion Star. The singer will team up with supermodel host Elle Macpherson to guide aspiring fashion designers in this Project Runway-esque series.
"With an almost billion-dollar lifestyle brand under her belt she is sure to be an excellent mentor to our up-and-coming designers," said Paul Telegdy, NBC and Universal Media Studios executive vice president.
Can the pop star-turned-entrepreneur help aspiring creatives without her own team of designers and business partners?
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Around 10:45 pm EST, nearly every network and cable news network preempted regular programming to pre-announce an announcement made by the President of the United States: Osama bin Ladin is dead.
About an hour later, Barack Obama walked down the long red carpet in the wide main corridor of the White House, and stood at a podium alone to address the nation.
“It was nearly 10 years ago that a bright September day was darkened…” He went on the heart-wrenchingly, poetically describe the horrors of September 11, 2001, an event masterminded by Osama bin Ladin.
Aflac has canned Gilbert Gottfried, and now they’re going to need a new voice for their spokesduck. Here’s the exciting part: it could be you.
“There’s a lot of undiscovered talent in the U.S.,” said chief marketing officer Michael Zuna. “We’re considering anyone and everyone. We’re looking for the best voice.”
The company will start accepting submissions on Wednesday. Visit the Duck’s Facebook page or Monster.com to find out how to apply for the gig. But, you’d better hurry -- the submissions deadline is April 1. Live auditions will also be held across the United States.
Aflac is premiering a new commercial on Wednesday that will reveal a new chapter in the life of the currently-voiceless duck. The new voice is scheduled to premiere on April 22.
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The network formerly known as SciFi will renew Being Human for a second season. The original series, which is a remake of the BBC show of the same name, drew an impressive (for cable) 2.14 million viewers in its second episode.
Now, fans of the show will have the chance to watch the continuing adventures of a trio of friends -- a vampire, a werewolf and a ghost -- who must attempt to be human even though, they aren’t.
New episodes of the series are currently airing on Monday nights on the SyFy channel at 9 pm EST.
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Although he’s already made it known that he’s leaving 30 Rock when his contract expires in 2012, Alec Baldwin now reveals that he wants to leave acting entirely—to pursue a more private, tabloid-free life.
“As much as I like acting I know that I would love to have a different life. A private life ... I think that doing this now for a living has become really, really hard. I would rather go do other things, and [with] whatever amount of time I have left in my life, have a normal life.”
When the interviewer points out that it may be impossible to do considering his current fame, Baldwin says, “I want to find out how close I can get.”
Read More | Vulture
Longtime nightly CNN television host Larry King has announced his departure from his 25 year-old show, Larry King Live.
‘I’m ending my nightly show this fall but continuing at CNN,’’ King posted on his Twitter account.
The show, despite its long run, has declined in ratings lately. King plans to step down this fall and says that the network didn’t pressure him to leave. In fact, he planned on leaving during the week that his show hit 25 years, when he interviewed LeBron James, Bill Gates, Lady Gaga, and President Obama.
“With this chapter closing I’m looking forward to the future and what my next chapter will bring, but for now it’s time to hang up my nightly suspenders,” he wrote in a statement on his blog.
Although CNN has said that they wouldn’t necessarily fill the time slot with a similar show, King has said Ryan Seacrest would be the best replacement.
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