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"Glee" star Jane Lynch admitted this week that she loves the scent of New York City's subways. And she's not the only celeb with a nose for "eww"s.
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'Harry Potter' Actor David Legeno Dies Hiking in Desert
The actor, who played a werewolf in three of the "Harry Potter" movies, was found dead in a remote wash below Manly Beacon in California Friday.
Liev Schreiber: 'Ray Donovan' Struggles With Morality
The actor joins TODAY to talk about the return of “Ray Donovan,” wherein he plays LA’s best (and possibly most violent) professional fixer.
Dana Carvey Reprises Classic 'Broccoli' Song
The "Saturday Night Live" alum channeled one of his beloved characters on "Tonight," performing the absurd tune "Choppin' Broccoli" with an orchestra.
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Garth Brooks Promises 'Cowboy Songs' on New Album
In a loose, lengthy and at times emotional press conference, Garth Brooks confirmed his expected comeback, announcing a new album and world tour.
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Shelton: New 'Voice' Coaches Will Nice Each Other to Death
Blake Shelton and Adam Levine employ some sneaky tricks to keep their rivalry alive, but don't expect that from Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams.
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Clooney Rejects Apology From 'Worst Kind of Tabloid'
The actor says in op-ed that the wording in the Daily Mail's mea culpa shows the tabloid can’t be trusted.
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'Apes' Aren't Alone: 1970s Icons Still Thrive
From "Star Wars" to shark movies to soccer, plenty of 1970s pop-culture join the "Planet of the Apes" movies in a revival.
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If you've wondered what happened to Valerie Cherish, the protagonist of HBO's "The Comeback," you will soon find out. The show returns in November.
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