Vote SYTYCD for People’s Choice Awards 2012

Vote SYTYCD for People's Choice 2012

People’s Choice Awards 2012 has posted their nominee selections, and So You Think You Can Dance was selected for Favorite TV Competition Show. Vote often to make sure DANCE makes the top 5. Then come back on November 8th to start voting for the official nominees as chosen by you!

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Kelly Clarkson and Hoda Laugh & Sing Through the 4th Hour of ‘Today’ (VIDEO)

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With Kathie Lee in Seattle for her play ‘Saving Aimee,’ the ‘Today’ (weekdays, 7AM ET on NBC) brought in Kelly Clarkson to keep her seat warm. Kelly and Hoda clicked like old friends, singing, dancing and laughing throughout the entire 4th hour.

They rolled footage from a 2005 interview for Kelly’s ‘Addicted’ tour and they both made fun of their now antiquated looks. Clarkson, 29, asked Hoda what her 20’s were like. “I don’t remember my 20s at all,” Hoda said. “You were drunk,” Kelly joked, and Hoda laughingly agreed.


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5 Things to Know About ‘Glee’ Newbie Damian McGinty

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Gleeks, say hello to McKinley High’s latest heartthrob: Rory Flanagan, played by ‘The Glee Project’ winner Damian McGinty.

Fans of the Oxygen reality competition show swooned over the 18-year-old former Celtic Thunder singer, partly because of his dreamy Irish accent, but mostly because of his adorably clumsy footwork and his velvety smooth voice.

Next week’s ‘Glee’ (Tues., Nov. 1, 8PM ET on Fox) marks the much-anticipated arrival of McGinty as McKinley High’s new Irish foreign exchange student, but he’s not exactly receiving the warmest welcome.

“Rory is very sweet and really innocent, and it’s kind of sad because he wants to fit in and he always has a smile of his face, but he’s just getting continually bullied,” McGinty told us. “He’s getting thrown off lockers and pushed into lockers. It’s quite sad. He just wants friends and for people to like him.” See? Adorable.


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More Than 3 Million Viewers Welcomed ‘Beavis & Butt-Head’ Back to TV

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Beavis & Butt-Head‘Beavis & Butt-Head’ are bringing the boys back to MTV.

The return of the Mike Judge cartoon brought in 3.3 million viewers at 10PM ET. The show had a 3.4 rating in the 12-34 demographic. According to MTV, two-thirds of the ‘Beavis & Butt-Head’ audience were males ages 12-34.

The debut of ‘Good Vibes’ at 10:30PM ET was watched by 1.6 million viewers with a 1.4 rating in the 12-34 demo.


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Sneak Peek! Cullens vs. the Werewolves in ‘Breaking Dawn, Part 1’

Watch this sneak peek clip from “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 1,” in which the vampire Cullen clan are warned by Jacob (Taylor Lautner) a battle with Sam and the other werewolves is imminent.

“Breaking Dawn, Part 1” hits theaters November 18.

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Jackson Death Trial Update: Expert Says Singer Likely Self-Administered Propofol

As the involuntary manslaughter trial against Michael Jackson’s doctor, Conrad Murray, draws to a close, the defense called their last witness Friday… an expert who says Jackson likely injected himself with a fatal dose of propofol after popping sedatives without his doctor’s knowledge.

Dr. Paul White said that the self-administration theory explains the levels of propofol and Lorazepam found in Jackson’s system at the time of his death.


“With the administration of the additional 25 milligrams that we’re speculating was self-injected by Mr. Jackson, the level increases rapidly and at the time of death would be almost identical to the level found in the urine at autopsy,” White testified.

Using a mathematical model, White also said Jackson could have swallowed eight Lorazepam tablets earlier in the night, which matches with the amount of the sedative found in his blood at autopsy. “The combination effect is potentially profound,” White said of the two drugs.

An expert for the prosecution testified last week he believed Jackson died after Murray left him on an intravenous drip of propofol for a number of hours.

But White said there was no physical evidence at the scene to support the prosecution scenario and it did not reconcile with Murray’s statements about the amount of drugs he gave Jackson that night.

Prosecution experts will cross-examine White on Monday as the five-week trial enters its closing stages.

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Aggressive Paparazzo Corners Demi Moore

A report from X17Online claimed Demi Moore lashed out at a photographer, screaming obscenities and even lunging toward his camera outside an L.A. nail salon, but Gossip Cop says the story was quite the opposite.


A witness tells Gossip Cop the paparazzo was very aggressive, “physically jumping in front of [Moore], basically entrapping her, pushing his body and camera into her so she couldn’t walk or move.”

Gallery: Demi & Ashton in Happier Times

The man was also verbally abusive and “completely restrained her from getting into the car.”

Moore, 48, was still wearing her wedding ring, despite rumors of a crumbling marriage.


Meanwhile, husband Ashton Kutcher is in Mexico City for the Red10 Social Media Festival, tweeting, “Mexico, Gracias por su amistad.”

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The Voice Season 2 Scoop: More Blind Audition Rounds, Bigger Teams, Savvier Contestants

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When NBC’s The Voice returns next season, it will be bigger than ever. There will be more blind audition rounds, in which singers perform for the coaches sight unseen, and 12 contestants per team, up from Season 1’s eight.

The Voice names Christina Milian as new social media correspondent

It’s not yet clear exactly how many more blind audition episodes will air — they ran for two weeks earlier this year — but executive producer Mark Burnett says the decision to expand came from viewer feedback and having more time to produce them.

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