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2015-05-20

Melissa McCarthy Recalls When She Had to Correct Sexist Film Critic

(LOS ANGELES) -- Melissa McCarthy isn't afraid of critics. In fact, in the latest Entertainment Weekly, the comedian recalls confronting a film critic at the Toronto Film Festival last year after he wrote, among other things, that she only acts well when she looks attractive onscreen. On Wednesday's The Ellen DeGeneres Show, McCarthy recalled the same story. She said she first asked the critic if he had kids. "He was actually a really kind man and spoke about his son and his daughter with a lot of love and kindness," said McCarthy. "And when I said, 'If she comes home and someone says, 'You can't…

posted 2015-05-20 12:10:59 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Maksim Chmerkovskiy Says He Will 'Definitely Not' Compete Again on "DWTS"

(LOS ANGELES) -- Maksim Chmerkovskiy has no intention of returning to the Dancing with the Stars ballroom on a full-time basis. Though he recently appeared on the ABC show's 10th-anniversary special, he says he will "definitely not" compete again for the Mirrorball trophy. Speaking with Glamour, Maks said, "You have to walk away when the time is right, and the time was right. Nothing was out of ordinary. I think the change of guard is necessary. Like a plant that in order to improve growth, you have to pull branches. It’s the same thing." The magazine asked Maks about recent speculation that he's rekindled his…

posted 2015-05-20 12:09:41 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

David Letterman Says Goodbye to Late-Night TV Wednesday Night

(NEW YORK) -- After 33 years in late-night TV, David Letterman signs off on Wednesday night. It remains to be seen how Letterman, 68, will say goodbye to the program he's hosted on CBS for more than two decades, Late Show. CBS has only said his finale will be "an hour filled with surprises, memorable highlights, the show’s final Top Ten List and more." Letterman launched Late Show in 1993, after defecting from NBC. As of Wednesday, he'll have hosted more than six thousand broadcasts in late night, including more than 42 hundred on CBS. There have been more than 19 thousand guest appearances on…

posted 2015-05-20 08:48:23 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Anthony Anderson Defends "black-ish": 'That's My Life'

(NEW YORK) -- The season finale of ABC's hit freshman comedy black-ish airs tonight. On the series, the Johnson family is one of the few African-American families in their neighborhood, because Anderson's character, Andre "Dre" Johnson, is a successful advertising executive, while his wife Rainbow, played by Tracee Ellis Ross, is a doctor. His only wish is that his four kids also grow up understanding his urban culture, which they seem uninterested in learning.  Anderson, who co-created the show, says that despite some criticism, the show is actually a realistic portrayal of black family life. "Black people like that do exist because that's my life, that's…

posted 2015-05-20 08:46:58 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

"Dancing with the Stars Recap": And the Winner of the Mirrorball Trophy Is...

(LOS ANGELES) -- After 10 weeks of grueling practice and competition and one final round of competition, Rumer Willis was declared the winner of season 20 of ABC’s Dancing With the Stars Tuesday, beating out Noah Galloway and Riker Lynch. The scores for the fusion challenge, the dance assignment the competitors received after Monday's show and performed on the finale, were added to the scores they received from that show, where Willis and Lynch had been tied for first place, with Galloway in second. The judges' scores were combined with viewers' votes, with the winner being the dancer with the highest combined scores. When co-host Tom Bergeron called…

posted 2015-05-20 06:38:50 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

"The Voice" Recap: The Winner Is...

(LOS ANGELES) -- Pharrell Williams triumphed in the eighth-season finale of The Voice on Tuesday night. An artist from his team, 16-year-old contemporary folk musician Sawyer Fredericks, was declared the winner during a two-hour results show. The teen from upstate New York receives a recording contract. Sawyer closed the broadcast by reprising the original song he debuted the previous night, "Please," written by Ray LaMontagne. This is Pharrell's first win as a coach on the NBC competition. Meghan Linsey of Team Blake Shelton was the runner-up. Team Adam Levine's Joshua Davis finished third. Team Pharrell's Koryn Hawthorne ended up in fourth. The finale was filled with musical performances. Sawyer teamed up with John Fogerty on a Creedence Clearwater Revival medley.…

posted 2015-05-20 06:38:02 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

"The Bachelorette" Recap: One Bachelorette Goes Home

(LOS ANGELES) -- Bye-bye, Britt. The Bachelorette now has only one "Bachelorette" after Britt Nilsson was sent home during the second half of the two-part season premiere of the ABC series on Tuesday night. Kaitlyn Bristowe's search for love will continue as the sole "Bachelorette." The new season debuted the previous night with Britt and Kaitlyn meeting 25 men, who were asked to vote for the bachelorette they wanted to see remain on the show. Britt was told by host Chris Harrison early on in Tuesday night's episode that she lost a close vote. Afterward, she reacted, "I didn't see that coming at all." As a…

posted 2015-05-20 06:36:48 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

2015-05-19

Jon Hamm Reveals What He Really Thought of the "Mad Men" Finale

(NEW YORK) -- SPOILER ALERT! A lot has been said about the way Mad Men ended on Sunday night. However, Jon Hamm, who starred in the AMC series as Don Draper, has his own interpretation of what happened to his character. After being adrift for some time, Draper found himself at a commune on the West coast, and, after finally achieving inner peace by connecting with another lonely man, he seemingly created Coca-Cola's iconic "I'd Like to Buy the World a Coke" commercial. "My take is that, the next day, he wakes up in this beautiful place, and has this serene moment of understanding, and realizes…

posted 2015-05-19 14:58:17 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Sofia Vergara Reveals How She Knew Joe Mangianello Was 'the One'

(NEW YORK) -- Sofia Vergara and her fiancé, Joe Mangianello, are set to walk down the aisle any minute now. And although the Modern Family actress previously shared much about their courtship, now she's revealing exactly how she knew the Magic Mike XXL star was "the one."  "I finally realized that relationships don’t need to be so much work," she explains in the June issue of Redbook. "Ever since we met, it’s been so easy. I’m very suspicious. I’m like, ‘It’s not normal that we’ve been together for nine months and we haven’t had a big fight or anything.'" Vergara, who has a 22-year-old son from a previous marriage, adds…

posted 2015-05-19 14:15:35 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Jane Fonda Admits She's 'Not Proud' of Plastic Surgery

(NEW YORK) -- Jane Fonda looks amazing at 77, but the icon admits she's had some help and she regrets it. "I did have plastic surgery. I’m not proud of the fact that I’ve had it," she said in the June/July issue of W magazine. "But I grew up so defined by my looks. I was taught to think that if I wanted to be loved, I had to be thin and pretty. That leads to a lot of trouble." She continued, "I’m older now, and I have to be more self-conscious. When you’re young, you can get away with more. I always thought…

posted 2015-05-19 13:46:14 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

How You Can Star in a Movie with James Franco

(NEW YORK) -- If you ever dreamed of making a movie with James Franco, now is your chance. "ATTENTION! I'll be teaching a film class this fall," the Oscar-nominated actor announced on InstagramTuesday morning, alongside a shirtless selfie. "3 fully financed FEATURE FILMS will be made. Enrolled students will have first priority. so Sign up for classes now!" Franco will be teaching at Studio 4, a film and acting school he co-founded with locations in Los Angeles and New York City. The school offers courses in acting, screenwriting and directing and includes guest lectures with industry professionals and the chance to work with Franco.…

posted 2015-05-19 11:50:24 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Why "Jimmy Kimmel Live" Will Be a Re-Run During Letterman's Final Show

(NEW YORK) -- When Late Show with David Letterman airs its final broadcast Wednesday night on CBS, ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live will be a re-run. "We have decided to put no show on the night of his show out of respect to him," host Jimmy Kimmel explained on Tuesday's Live with Kelly and Michael. "So we will run a re-run that night because people...should have the respect for Dave, who's been on for 33 years, to watch his show instead of my stupid show." Kimmel has long had a deep admiration for Letterman.  "When I was a kid, and this sounds like a joke, I idolized David Letterman to…

posted 2015-05-19 10:42:07 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio