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Golden Globe Awards

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  • What You Need To Know: Why Fox CT Is No longer On DirecTV

    Below are some questions we have recieved on our Facebook page that we wanted to answer:   Viewer: “I would rather lose FOX than have my bill go up.” Tribune just wants to squeeze DirecTV for money that would get passed to subscribers....
  • Ball Gown Beauty: The perfect style for a wide range of brides, the ball gown reigns once again

    With stars turning up at awards shows in dresses from their favorite designers’ bridal collections and brides-to-be scanning Golden Globe and Oscar pre-shows for gown inspiration, it’s getting harder to determine where the red carpet ends...
  • Classic Cinches

    Classic Cinches
    Brides may now be off the hook for a pre-wedding diet. Dresses with corset bodices are popping up on red carpet-worthy gowns, slimming celebrity silhouettes, and gaining popularity with the bridal market. Catherine Zeta Jones wore a forest green textured...
  • America Ferrera thanks Donald Trump: He 'ignited a fire' in Latino voters

    America Ferrera thanks Donald Trump: He 'ignited a fire' in Latino voters
    America Ferrera isn't wasting her time chastising Donald Trump for his derogatory comments about Mexican immigrants. Instead, the Golden Globe winner is thanking him for it. The CEO faced a firestorm after when announcing his bid for the Republican...
  • Melissa Rivers to co-host 'Fashion Police' with Giuliana Rancic, Brad Goreski

    Melissa Rivers to co-host 'Fashion Police' with Giuliana Rancic, Brad Goreski
    After a year of turmoil, E! is hoping Melissa Rivers can bail out "Fashion Police." On Wednesday, the cable network announced that Rivers, who is also an executive producer of the series, will join Giuliana Rancic and Brad Goreski as one of the program'...
  • Separating Hollywood fact and fiction in 'Entourage'

    Separating Hollywood fact and fiction in 'Entourage'
    It was still early afternoon outside the Beverly Hilton on January 11 — the day of the Golden Globe Awards — when the lines of press noticed something out of place: Adrian Grenier, Kevin Connolly, Jerry Ferrara, Kevin Dillon, and Jeremy Piven,...
  • Gina Rodriguez staying grounded despite 'Jane's' success

    Gina Rodriguez staying grounded despite 'Jane's' success
    The night she won the Golden Globe for her warm, funny and versatile work as the kindhearted title character in the CW comedy "Jane the Virgin," Gina Rodriguez brought her whole family — Mom and Dad, her two older sisters and their husbands —...
  • Homer and Marge set to separate on 'The Simpsons'

    Homer and Marge set to separate on 'The Simpsons'
    One of television's longest-running married couples will call it quits this fall. "The Simpsons" executive producer Al Jean told Variety that one plot point for the animated series' 27th season is that Homer and Marge will "legally separate" and Homer...
  • So it's the final show? How to wrap a TV series up

    A number of prominent shows signed off for good this season. They won awards, they went their own ways, they played it unsafe. And in the case of "Two and a Half Men," that could mean viewers might want to get themselves checked out. These series are...
  • Inside the already-intense Emmys race

    Inside the already-intense Emmys race
    Whoever said the seasons don't change in L.A. couldn't be more wrong. There are in fact two: Oscar season and Emmy season. The Emmys show may still be more than four months away, but with nominations in July (online voting starts June 15), campaigning...
  • Interviewing Jeff Daniels of 'Newsroom,' 'Dumb and Dumber': Guitar started as distraction, became 2nd career

    Interviewing Jeff Daniels of 'Newsroom,' 'Dumb and Dumber': Guitar started as distraction,  became 2nd career
    Jeff Daniels says he first became seriously interested in music when he packed up his car to move from his native Michigan to New York City to start his acting career in 1976 and took along a guitar to kill time as he waited for phone calls. Nearly 40...