Celebrities are taking to Twitter to spread the love on Valentine’s Day with messages to their followers whether taken or single. One Direction stars Niall Horan and Harry Styles replied to Valentine’s Day cards from their fans.
Michael Buble, 37, is fast becoming as associated with Christmas as Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and George Bailey from It's a Wonderful Life. Last night, the Canadian crooner’s Christmas special, Home for the Holidays, aired on NBC with an appearance from Sesame Street's Elmo and performances by Carly Rae Jepsen, 27, Rod Stewart, 67, Blake Shelton, 36, and — with the help of holographic projection technology — Bing Crosby.
The annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade was a welcome respite for a city still reeling from the effects of Hurricane Sandy. Hosted by NBC’s Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie, the parade had an estimated three million in attendance and a television audience of 50 million viewers.
Sunday's American Music Awards celebrated the ceremony's 40th anniversary in the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles by handing out 20 trophies to this year's most popular musical artists, selected based on sales and airplay, and voted by fans online.
Macy's Annual Thanksgiving Day Parade will celebrate its 86th edition this year with 3.5 million onlookers on the streets of New York City — and 50 million viewers worldwide on television, thanks to NBC's special airing featuring celebrity hosts like Matt Lauer, Savannah Guthrie and Al Roker.
Katy Perry, 27, came out Saturday night to perform at Comedy Central's fourth autism awareness and education benefit, Night of Too Many Stars, hosted by emcee Jon Stewart, in New York City. While there were many antics by the celebrities who participated — including an auctioned-off trip to the urinal with Seth Rogan, a surreal butter-and-broccoli brawl between Kevin Bacon and Liev Schreiber, and one of the strangest duets of "Call Me Maybe" that will ever exist — most everyone agrees that the highlight of the evening came when Perry sang her hit song, "Firework" with the musically-inclined young Jodi DiPiazza, who took the stage with the pop star for a stellar performance.
The season four premiere of Glee on FOX may have left many Gleeks missing some of the series regulars who were absent from the episode, but the real focus of last night's Glee premiere was Kate Hudson's new guest role.
Simon Cowell's The X Factor, judged by Britney Spears, 30, Demi Lovato, 20, and L.A. Reid, 56, may not have many tricks up its sleeve in its struggling second season, but producers at the U.S. version of the show caught on to the value of ambulance cliffhangers — which they learned last season when American Idol's Symone Black fell off of the stage after reportedly suffering some kind of fainting spell — and now the sirens are blaring on The X Factor for Trevor Moran, 13, the exuberant kid famous for making YouTube videos of himself dancing around an Apple store.
Gangnam Style is sweeping the Internet ever since Korean rapper Psy (a.k.a. Park Jae-sang), 34, launched his bizarre YouTube pony dance tune on July 15, and it quickly became the most catchy dance craze to inexplicably possess minds and bodies the world over since the Macarena cursed the mid-'90s.
Now that Kate Hudson's partner Matt Bellamy of Muse is finished monopolizing the limelight with his band's Olympic theme song, "Survival," Hudson is back in the headlines, this time as the next celebrity to show her moves on the season four premiere of Glee — a performance that producer Ryan Murphy has already been teasing on Twitter (see below).
A stylish Chris Colfer, 22, and Lea Michele, 25, posed for cameras while filming on location in New York for the upcoming season four of Glee. Fans are speculating that the New York location means that Michele's Rachel Berry will be visited by on-again, off-again love Finn Hudson (Cory Monteith), and the rumors were fueled by the attendance of Monteith on set.
"Call Me Maybe" singer Carly Rae Jepsen, 26, the Canadian performer who came close to winning Canadian Idol in 2007 and more recently placed as Breakout Artist in the 2012 Teen Choice Awards, has recently been the subject of a sex tape scandal that she vociferously denies.
When the Harvard University baseball team decided to make this expertly choreographed music video / prank / highway game, to the tune of Carly Rae Jepsen's addictive "Call Me Maybe," who knew that it would go viral and nab almost a million YouTube views (and counting)? Watch it for yourself here: