The many stars of Garry Marshall's new romantic comedy, "New Year's Eve," sat down with "Extra's" Terri Seymour to chat about the holiday film.
Katherine Heigl said her "idea of romance has changed. If something embarrassing happens in the sack, you can laugh together, instead of feeling like you have to run to the bathroom, [or] brush your hair in the morning before they wake up to look your absolute best and most perfect."
Although their marriage lasted just two years, Scarlett Johansson told Cosmopolitan that saying "I do" to "Green Lantern" hunk Ryan Reynolds was "the best thing I ever did." The actress continued, "I'm a big believer that when something feels right, you should do it. I'm a big believer in instinct. Getting married was the right thing to do because it was natural."
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Lea Michele and Ashton Kutcher Get Cozy at the Red Carpet Premiere of 'New Year's Eve' -- E! Online
Carrie Underwood Wins Big at Country Awards -- MTV News
Pippa to Join Kate and Prince William for the Holidays -- The Hollywood Gossip
Amanda Knox, Raffaele Sollecito Working on Book Deals -- CNN
"Glee" star Lea Michele has totally split from actor boyfriend Theo Stockman. Read full story at UsWeekly.com.
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David Arquette and Courteney Cox Are Still Working Together - Gather.com
Zooey Deschanel is Adorkable in New FOX Show "New Girl" - Boston.com
Netflix Move Sets Up Possible Sale or Spinoff of Qwikster - Business Week
Journey's Neal Schon: 'Been Waiting' for Michaele Salahi for 15 years - USA Today
The 63rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards have arrived, with the stars looking especially glamorous and dolled up for the dazzling evening!
"Glee's" Jane Lynch makes her hosting debut in this year's prestigious accolades for the biggest and brightest in television.
Check out "Extra's" red carpet arrival pics!
Today marks the 10th anniversary of the September 11 attacks -- and many celebrities have taken to Twitter to remember the victims and their families.
Anderson Cooper: "On the air right now at the world trade site. Families of those killed are gathering. It is a beautiful memorial."
Lea Michele: "To all the families and people of New York affected by the tragedies of September 11th my thoughts and prayers go out to you."
Demi Moore: "Today on #9/11 as we take pause to honor and remember the loss let's us also connect and hold the love that heals and unites us!"
Variety's third annual "Power of Women" luncheon, set for September 23 in Beverly Hills, will honor five women: Annette Bening, Eva Longoria, Lea Michele, Stacey Snider and Olivia Wilde - all recognized for making a significant difference through their philanthropic efforts.
"The goal of Variety's Power of Women is to give voice to the philanthropic and charitable causes closest to our Lifetime Impact Honorees' hearts, and to utilize the influence of the entertainment community to generate momentum for these same causes," said Variety VP and Associate Publisher Michelle Sobrino-Stearns.
"Extra" correspondent Jerry Penacoli sat down with the cast of "Glee" to talk about their upcoming "Glee: The 3D Concert Movie" -- and the hoopla surrounding the reports that key cast members Lea Michele, Corey Monteith and Chris Colfer will be "graduating" from the show at the end Season 3.
The show's creator Ryan Murphy recently announced Michele, Monteith and Colfer would be leaving the show after the next season because their characters are seniors and would realistically be exiting high school. But during last week's FOX TCA tour, network executives clarified that it still an ongoing creative process and nothing concrete has been decided.
Perky "Glee" cast member Lea Michele opens up to Harper's Bazaar about her career plans, saying, "I don't stop. I want to do movies, make music. 'Glee' is only the beginning."
Michele, who refused to get plastic surgery, said, "Managers told me, 'Get a nose job. You're not pretty enough.' But I proved them wrong."