FROM MTV STYLE: With starring roles in film ("Beautiful Creatures") and TV ("Shameless"), it might be easy to forget that Emmy Rossum's roots are in music. (Remember when she combined the two in "Phantom of the Opera"? EPIC.) And now the starlet has released a new album titled Sentimental Journey.
Our lucky gal pals over at MTV Style sat down with Miss Rossum to discuss the sultry vintage style of her latest music videos "These Foolish Things" and "Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out." Be sure to watch their exclusive interview!
Click on over to MTV Style for the entire chat with Emmy Rossum!
It's the first day of May, and celebrities far and wide seem to be celebrating the date on Twitter. "2 Broke Girls" star Kat Dennings had a particularly interesting idea for how to commemorate this day.
We'll let you go first, Kat!
MTV STYLE: Another day, another Miley Cyrus magazine cover. Just days after the starlet's Elle U.K. cover hit the webstands comes an even more provacative set of snaps from the summer 2013 issue of V magazine. All we have to say is, "I see London, I see France..."
Inside the issue, Miley opens up even more about beau Liam Hemsworth and the media's perception of their relationship. (Or perhaps we should say misperception.)
Want to see more? Click over to MTV Style for the trio of covers!
Here's hoping you're all warmed up because a chorus of "Happy Birthday to You" is in order for "Glee" starlet Dianna Agron, who turns 27 years old today.
Many of the actress' co-stars, including Kevin McHale, took to Twitter to publicly express their well wishes on this special day. We hope it's a great one, Dianna!
...And we're not talking about a facial mask. The actress took to Twitter today to enthuse about the just-released film starring Matthew McConaughey.
Matthew stars as a fugitive on the run, who's trying to reunite with his lady love (Reese Witherspoon) and is aided by two teen boys in the process.
FROM MTV NEWS: Miley Cyrus covers the June issue of Elle U.K., and inside the magazine, the multi-hyphenate opens up about her engagement to "Hunger Games" hunk Liam Hemsworth and the struggle to keep their private life, well, private.
"We were too nice to the world and gave them too much insight—into my life and my puppies and my house—and I just don't feel they get that privilege anymore," Miley explained of her new approach to the public. "Like on my Twitter, I'm much more... not conservative, but you don't see a picture of my dogs. You don't get that personal stuff anymore."
Read more of Miley's Elle U.K. interview at MTV News!
Break out your dollar bills and party favors! No, we're not inviting you to a bachelorette party—today is "Magic Mike" star Channing Tatum's birthday. The hunk turns a very handsome 33 years old and has been receiving plenty of well-wishes in the process via Twitter.
In addition to messages from co-stars like Jamie Foxx and Nick Zano, the Chan Man got a special shout-out from his on-screen and off-screen leading lady, Jenna Dewan-Tatum. Adorable.
by Melissa Albert
So it seems Mr. Schuester has been spying on teenage girls. Teenage girls who will be singing for other glee clubs in regionals, that is! And he discovers a competing team’s secret weapon: Frieda Romero, a tiny thing with a gigantic voice.
Inspired/afraid, he tells the kids they’ll have to sing amped-up stadium-sized songs to take home the regionals Grail. But just then, McKinley High’s power goes out. Instead of taking it as a bad omen, he declares it unplugged week in glee club.
We vote that Ryder be the first to unplug. He’s still hung up on his mystery internet “girl,” “Katie.” Even though she lied to him, and keeps refusing to meet him, he can’t stop thinking about her. He performs a heartfelt "Everybody Hurts" in a sea of candles, like an extremely handsome Phantom of the Opera. Then, he shares a secret with the club—one that he’d never told anyone before telling Katie.
by Cassie Title
FYI: If you ever find yourself sitting down, maybe gazing out a window, wondering where you can find a 100-year-plus unofficial (but fairly official) ruler of a supernatural city such as New Orleans, never fear. Where could this man be, you ask? Why, karaokeing in a happenin' bar at some random hour during the day, of course!
The aforementioned man could be Marcel, the as-of-last-episode infamous (?) protégé of our buddy Klaus. Once a ragamuffin, orphaned street urchin, this lad remade himself in Klaus' image. Except, he’s Klaus 2.0: the charismatic, brutal, and Machiavellian man we know and (secretly) love, but with actual friends. Like, loyal people that are not compelled. Who do his bidding and LIKE him! Seriously—he’s Klaus but beloved! What a strange and brilliant idea to create a mirror of Klaus that people like. And the tension has already begun: As Klaus now famously said, Marcel has everything he’s ever wanted: power, loyalty, family. And now our man wants what he has. But, instead of being a normal person and trying to get it by being cool and earning it, Klaus is going to try and take it away from Marcel. ‘Cause, like, Klaus built this city (on rock ‘n’ roll. Just kidding, I couldn't resist...) So now it’s time for him to take back the reins, and reign. Lame puns intended.
And now, a list of high notes. ‘Cause it took place in New Orleans. And you associate that with jazz. And music. GET IT?
"Cougar Town" star Busy Philipps is expecting her second daughter so soon, and if Twitter is to be believed, she might just be eyeing a pop-culture moniker for her mini me.
Or, maybe she'll bear the next Queen of Daytime.