(NEW YORK) -- Billy Bush is leaving Today.
NBC said in a statement obtained by ABC News that effective today, the journalist will no longer be a part of the morning show's 9 a.m. hour.
In a separate statement, Bush, who did not reveal his future plans, said, "I look forward to what lies ahead."
"I am deeply grateful for the conversations I’ve had with my daughters, and for all of the support from family, friends and colleagues," he said.
A representative for NBC added in a statement, "While he was a new member of the Today team, he was a valued colleague and longtime…
(LOS ANGELES) -- Model and talk show host Amber Rose was eliminated Monday night on Dancing with the Stars after a lively night during which competitors performed Latin routines, including a steamy performance that earned actress Jana Kramer a perfect score and a standing ovation from judges and the ballroom audience.
Rose’s scores for her routines had put her solidly in the middle of the pack during her six weeks on the show’s season 23, although last week she ended up in a four-way tie for last place. As the contestant with the lowest combined total of judges’ scores and viewer votes from last week, she…
(LOS ANGELES) -- The second week of The Voice's battle rounds began Monday night.
Blake Shelton, Miley Cyrus and Alicia Keys all had steals left to use -- in Blake's case, two steals -- and they all took advantage. Adam Levine had already used his two allotted steals.
This season's advisers were in the rehearsal room to help out the artists. Sammy Hagar worked with Team Adam, Joan Jett with Team Miley, Bette Midler with Team Blake, and Charlie Puth with Team Alicia.
Team Adam hit the stage first, with Johnny Rez facing off against Nolan Neal. They duetted on Peter Gabriel's "Sledgehammer."
After watching the two battle it out, Miley said their harmonies were tight, and that she…
(NEW YORK) -- Tracy Morgan officially is headed back to the small screen for a new TBS comedy that has received a ten episode straight-to-series order.
TBS announced today that the Saturday Night Live and 30 Rock alum will be the focus of the untitled series. In it Morgan plays a newly released prisoner coming home after a 15-year stint. In the series, he will have to deal with the shock of how much the world has changed, including his gentrified neighborhood of Brooklyn, his former girlfriend who is now married to an affluent white man and his twin sons who he never knew existed.
(TAMPA) -- Nearly 200 fans walked out of Amy Schumer's stand up gig at Tampa's Amalie Arena Sunday night, when the comic put comedy on hold to take take the time to call a self-described Donald Trump supporter on stage, and criticize his choice of candidate.
According to video of the show posted by the Tampa Bay Times and on YouTube, Schumer, who had been swigging from a bottle of wine, vowed she wasn't going to "shame" the man named Dave, yet she ended up doing just that by grilling him as to why he'd want to vote for, "an orange, sexually assaulting, fake college-starting monster."…
Hayley Atwell is the star of a new ABC drama Conviction.
The British actress plays an American lawyer and former first daughter who's railroaded into taking a job with a Conviction Integrity Unit after she's busted for cocaine possession.
Her character, Hayes Morrison, is intelligent and brassy, but unlike Peggy Carter -- the character Atwell played in ABC's Agent Carter and several Marvel films -- the attorney she plays in Conviction is American, meaning the actress, whose father is from the U.S., had to ditch her native accent. It wasn't a problem, she recalled to ABC Radio -- except for one word.
"'Murderer," Atwell reveals.…
(NEW YORK) -- Cheryl Hines is best known as the long-suffering wife of Larry David on Curb Your Enthusiasm, but these days she plays a very different role on the new Fox hybrid live-action/animated comedy, Son of Zorn. As the ex-wife of the animated Zorn, she's actually the mother of Zorn's son, which, she tells ABC Radio, is always a fun conversation to have with her friends.
Hines laughs, “Yeah, that's the part that's hard to explain to my friends... ‘cause they're like, ‘Talk me through it, you have a son with an animated character?’ and I'm like, ‘Well, let's not overthink…
(NEW YORK) -- The weekend box office numbers have been calculated, and The Accountant is the top film.
The Ben Affleck thriller earned an estimated 24.7 million dollars from Friday through Sunday to debut in first place.
In The Accountant, Affleck plays an accountant who works for criminal organizations. Things get hairy when he takes on a robotics company as a client.
Kevin Hart's latest stand-up concert film, titled Kevin Hart: What Now? barely took second place after making 11.984 million dollars -- just ahead of last week's box office champ, The Girl on the Train, which collected 11.975 million.…
(NEW YORK) -- Saturday Night Live took aim at last week's town hall debate between Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and her GOP opponent Donald Trump in the show's cold open, drawing the ire of Trump, who wasn't impressed with Alec Baldwin's take on him.
When asked by an African-American voter -- played by Michael Che -- if he can be a president for all the people, Baldwin's Trump addresses him as "Denzel," before changing the topic to the inner cities.
“Trump” ended his remark about inner cities by noting that Clinton has “committed so many crimes, she’s basically black,” drawing boos from the…
(LOS ANGELES) -- Last year, Benedict Cumberbatch made headlines -- and geeks' heads explode -- when he showed up at a New York City comic book shop while still wearing his full Doctor Strange costume.
Cumberbatch had been in the Big Apple to shoot sequences for the Marvel movie, and swung by to pick up some copies of his big-screen alter-ego's comic adventures.
However, the actor told Entertainment Weekly that his costumed adventure went further, but thanks to the seen-it-all attitude of New Yorkers, it didn't get any press.
"I had some friends who were around...and they were like, 'Wow,…
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