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LOL! OMG! Rapper DMX needs TLC after terrifying thrill ride
James Franco shows Jimmy Fallon how to take a cool selfie
"Say 'cheese'!" It's something James Franco rarely seemed to do when taking selfies with fans after his recently ended "Of Mice and Men" performances on Broadway, and on Monday, he explained why.During a visit to "The Tonight Show," he let host Jimmy Fallon in on his reasoning: According to Franco, it's because fans sometimes take crummy selfies.
Fame, with brush: Check out Tony Bennett's surprising side gig
TMI or just tough luck? 'Bachelorette' ends in awkward confrontation
Andi Dorfman had a difficult decision to make during the season 10 finale of "The Bachelorette" in short, Josh Murray or Nick Viall? She picked Murray, but if Dorfman thought she was on the fast track to happily-ever-after when she accepted his proposal, well ... Viall had other plans.
Kiefer Sutherland takes high road after Freddie Prinze Jr. slam
Kiefer Sutherland is responding to Freddie Prinze Jr.'s epic diss.While at Comic-Con over the weekend, Prinze blasted Sutherland and said working with him on the show "24" in 2010 made him want to quit acting. So what does Sutherland think of Prinze's major shade? "Kiefer worked with Freddie Prinze, Jr.
Hoda on Bachelorette Andis pick: This is love
No blue suede shoes, but Graceland auction offers treasure trove of Elvis rarities
'Start building your ark now!' Ian Ziering warns that 'Sharknado 2' storm is coming
Inclement weather is on the way! The sequel to last summer's fin-filled TV disaster flick "Sharknado" makes landfall Wednesday night, and according to star Ian Ziering, it's time to take cover."Start building your ark now!' he warned during a Tuesday visit to TODAY.There is one thing "Sharknado 2" viewers don't have to worry about: watching the first film in the franchise.
Brendan Gleeson, Chris O'Dowd talk 'controversial' dark comedy 'Calvary'
'Downright scared!' Watch Al and Matt's 'Sharknado 2' cameo
A storm is coming to Manhattan straight out of Al Roker's nightmares an EF-5 sharknado."I'm really nervous about this,'' Al says. "In fact, I'm downright scared."On Tuesday, Syfy released a sneak peek of the surefire Emmy-winning performance of Al and Matt Lauer in the movie event that promises to "break Twitter" in the words of star Ian Ziering.