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  • Eddie Redmayne admits his love of MTV's "The Hills"

    Eddie Redmayne admits his love of MTV's "The Hills"
    Source: Getty Images Reality check We all knew that Jennifer Lawrence has a bit of a realty TV problem—she’s admitted to her “Real Housewives” obsession in the past. But it turns out fellow Oscar nominee Eddie Redmayne is on...
  • Thursday's TV highlights: 'American Idol' and more

    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of Jan. 11 - 17, 2015 in PDF format This week's TV Movies -------------------- SERIES American Idol Season 8's runner-up, the...
  • REVIEW: Sam Smith by far the best act at Philly's Q102 Jingle Ball, but is he appreciated as much as Ariana Grande, Nick Jonas and Iggy Azalea?

    REVIEW: Sam Smith by far the best act at Philly's Q102 Jingle Ball, but is he appreciated as much as Ariana Grande, Nick Jonas and Iggy Azalea?
    Befitting someone who just last week was nominated for six major Grammy Awards, British blue-eyed soul  singer Sam Smith easily was the best performer at Wednesday’s 11-act  Q102 Jingle Ball at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia. Yet as good as...
  • Watch this amazing Christmas dance party video by two Federal Hill roommates

    Watch this amazing Christmas dance party video by two Federal Hill roommates
    The invitation was simple: Come for a Christmas party and be prepared to dance. Federal Hill roommates Justin Chen and Jimmy Pope invited about 30 friends — all amateur or professional dancers to a party at their house earlier this month. They...
  • The Whiteboard Jungle: Students trade their front teeth for Mariah

    The Whiteboard Jungle: Students trade their front teeth for Mariah
    Nearly 70 years ago, a music teacher filling in for his wife’s second-grade class asked the children what they wanted for Christmas. When hearing the sibilant sounds erupting all over the room, it inspired the man, Donald Yetter Gardner, to compose...
  • Ryan Cabrera ready to spread a little holiday joy

    Ryan Cabrera ready to spread a little holiday joy
    When pop singer and one-time reality TV star Ryan Cabrera cranks up his new single, "House on Fire," Thursday night in downtown West Palm Beach, it'll almost feel like home. Raised in Dallas and forged in the white-hot spotlight of self-inflicted fame,...
  • TV ratings: With help from holiday special, NBC ties CBS in key demo

    TV ratings: With help from holiday special, NBC ties CBS in key demo
    Looks like Mariah Carey's botched performance didn't deter viewers from tuning in to NBC's "Christmas in Rockefeller Center" on Wednesday night. The annual tree-lighting special topped the night overall, with about 9.4 million viewers, according to...
  • Mariah Carey apologizes for faltering during NBC 'Rockefeller' special

    Mariah Carey apologizes for faltering during NBC 'Rockefeller' special
    All Mariah Carey wants for Christmas is her vocal range. The Elusive Chanteuse bombed on live television during NBC's annual "Christmas in Rockefeller Center" tree-lighting special on Wednesday -- and, this time, she was fully aware of it. National...
  • 'Christmas in Rockefeller Center' on NBC: Tone-deaf in every way

    'Christmas in Rockefeller Center' on NBC: Tone-deaf in every way
    Only a fool would tune into “Christmas in Rockefeller Center,” NBC’s annual tree-lighting special, for a thoughtful response to the events of the day. But only a cynic could have expected a show as appallingly tone-deaf as this year&...
  • Demonstrators interrupt Baltimore monument lighting event

    Demonstrators interrupt Baltimore monument lighting event
    More than 100 protesters marched from the Inner Harbor to Mount Vernon on Thursday night to interrupt Baltimore's Washington Monument lighting with a peaceful but loud demonstration in the middle of the annual holiday event. The march followed...
  • Vintage carols out of tune with daughter's girl power radio

    Music has smoothed many a commute from our Logan Square home to my kids' South Loop school, a 7-mile drive that can feel like 70, depending on traffic and how many times I had to remind them to wear socks that morning. My daughter mostly calls the...