True story: This past Sunday morning, several of Hollywood's best entertainers woke up with slime in their hair and a small orange blimp beside them...and nobody was surprised, because that's just how it goes on the day after the Kids' Choice Awards. The 2013 celebration of celeb achievements and doling-out of trophy blimps was Saturday night, an evening rife with great moments, gorgeous outfits and gobs of viscous slime for a select few attendees.
Among the highlights of the night: Kristen Stewart, who took home awards for Fave Movie Actress and Best Female Buttkicker, got her hands just a little bit dirty during a cheerful acceptance speech. (Sandra Bullock, standing behind her, was not so lucky.) Selena Gomez, on a break from promoting the just-released "Spring Breakers," was honored for her work on "Wizards of Waverly Place"." And when they weren't dodging cascades of green goo, the audience enjoyed awesome performances and hilarious skits—including a pumped-up opening act featuring Christina Aguilera and Pitbull.
Photos from the set of the Disney Channel pilot "Girl Meets World" continue to whiz across the internet like an errant paper plane, and the latest comes courtesy of the boy who already met the world: Ben Savage.
The actor took to Instagram to share a number of behind-the-scenes snaps, including this one of his "first class." And it looks like he'll be teaching his on-screen daughter Riley (played by Rowan Blanchard) a thing or two about American history, as she's the cute girl fuchsia-wearing pupil in the front row.
Tonight's "Glee" is all about guilty pleasures...and dirty secrets. Star Lea Michele took to Twitter today to hype the episode ahead of its debut on Fox.
Fans can also expect new renditions on old classics from Wham!, Barry Manilow, Phil Collins and the Spice Girls!
When this girl meets world...and Shawn and Eric!
The stars of the "Boy Meets World" spin-off, "Girl Meets World," are hard at work filming the pilot for their Disney Channel series, and they were treated to a visit by two "BMW" alumni yesterday.
Actress Rowan Blanchard, who plays titular girl Riley Matthews, posted a photo to Instagram of herself and co-star Sabrina Carpenter alongside Rider Strong and Will Friedle (otherwise known as Shawn Hunter and Eric Matthews).
It was a true first for a "Pretty Little Liars" finale: instead of a death, we witnessed not one but two resurrections...of sorts. Now, we had a hunch Red Coat might be a long-lost Rosewood resident, but the reveal was shocking, nonetheless.
The episode began with Spencer returning home from Radley, complete with tea party welcome from her family and the little liars. And it was all so educational: We learned the difference between English muffins and crumpets and that the Hastings were planning to throw Spencer a bona fide welcome back party after her stay at the institution for exhaustion. (How very Hollywood!)
We know you could never forget, BUT JUST IN CASE, here's a Public Service Announcement courtesy of "Pretty Little Liars" actress Troian Bellisario. She wants you to tune into tonight's season three finale!
But there's even more good news for Troian today. The actress' film "Consent" (about a Manhattan family struggling with the suicide of their eldest daughter), is out digitally.
The dystopia is nigh!
Actress Emma Roberts heralded the start of production today on the small-screen adaptation of Lauren Oliver's 2011 young-adult novel "Delirium." Set in an alternate reality where love is considered a disease, the series follows teen Lena Haloway (Emma) as she faces the surgery that will eradicate her ability to have all the feels.
The Fox pilot has cast a slew of familiar faces in pivotal roles, including Billy Campbell as Thomas Fineman, Gregg Sulkin as Julian Fineman, Daren Kagasoff as Alex Sheathes, Jeanine Mason as Hana Tate and Michael Michele as Senator Hargrove.
The Red Coat is coming! After teasing us for the better part of the season with the warning that "Red is the new black," tonight's "Pretty Little Liars"' finale, "A dAngerous gAMe," finds Spencer face to face with the mysterious figure. Though it's unclear whether we'll be privy to the scarlet-wearer's identity, there's no stopping us from rounding up a few likely suspects for the real identity of Red Coat.
Check out our theories after the jump and be sure to weigh in with your own in the comments!
On April 16, "Awkward" will be back—and junior year is going to prove to be just as uncomfortable as ever for Jenna Hamilton and her pals.
Season three of the hit MTV series finds Matty and Jenna together, but of course Jake is always there. And, that relationship proves to have its lingering effects, especially during a game of charades.
And when Jenna’s not in the middle of that Matty-Jake love triangle, there’s a new guy. Welcome Nolan Gerard Funk’s Colin to the mix. And he’s the kind of guy who makes the sorts of Jane Austen references that leave girls a little bit weak in the knees.
From a cocaine bender to a Q-Tip blunder, it's been a dark and twisty season for Hannah Horvath and her "Girls" ... and boys. (I mean, we'll have that Adam-Natalia sex scene burned into our brains forever...)
While we have no idea how the season will conclude on Sunday night, we did speak with a man who has some insight: executive producer Judd Apatow.
"I'm very proud of the season finale," Judd said by phone earlier this week. "I co-wrote it with Lena [Dunham], and you know, the last three episodes are almost like a three-part mini-series. I think it has a beautiful ending, and I think people are really going to like it."