The battle rounds are underway on 'The Voice' and #TeamBlake lost one but gained two. Blake Shelton used both his steals to pick up NIc Hawk and Briana Cuoco. He also paired his two country singers, Justin Chain and Shelbie Z to sing 'Don't You Wanna Stay,' a song Blake has performed with Kelly Clarkson before.
The stars of TLC's "19 Kids and Counting", Michelle and Jim Bob Duggar, are going for more. Michelle, who suffered a miscarriage in 2011, recently opened up about possibly adding another child to the family.
Will Farrell's character "Ron Burgundy" is an egotistical and often ill-informed TV news anchor but that hasn't kept Chrysler from featuring him in a series of ads for Dodge Durango. Take a look at a couple of the hilarious commercials which, by the way, re-introduce the character in advance of the "Anchorman" sequel due out in December.
The cast of 'Glee' will remember the late Cory Monteith in a 'Farewell to Finn' episode this week. Naya Rivera, who plays Santana on the show will sing The Band Perry's 'If I Die Young;' the perfect song for the moment. Lea Michelle who plays Rachel and Cory's on and off screen girlfriend, will cover 'To Make You Feel My Love.' Listen to both emotional songs.
Geico's popular "Hump Day" commercial featuring a camel walking around an office asking workers. "What day is it" has become an annoying hit with school kids. One school in Connecticut has even gone so far as to ban it during classroom hours.
Move over Kentucky Fried Chicken 'Go Cup,' there's an even easier way to eat your chicken; with Chicken Chuggables. Jimmy Kimmel introduced the idea with Kenny Rogers as the singing spokesman. So gross, but so funny!
If you're a 'Glee' fan, next Thursday will be the saddest hour of television you'll watch. That's when the cast will remember Cory Monteith/Finn Hudson, who died from a heroin overdose, in 'The Quarterback' tribute.
When Kenny Chesney was first profiled on the CBS show "Sunday Morning" his career was really taking off. Now, some 8 years later, Kenny will again be featured on the popular news magazine show this weekend but with a much different take. The segment was originally scheduled to air on September 8 but was bumped due to more pressing current events.
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