Steven Tyler may be gone from this season of 'American Idol,' but he won't be forgotten -- especially after he strolled out during last night's (Jan. 31) episode to audition for the contest while wearing a blonde wig, lipstick, and fake honking breasts.
As if we weren't already jealous of Rick Champagne for having the smoothest last name of all time, he is now the proud owner of our childhood dream car. Way to go, Rick; you've officially got it all. Super happy for you. Really.
It's hump day, so you probably need a good cry. Here, watch this video. It's children from Sandy Hook Elementary performing 'Somewhere Over the Rainbow' on 'Good Morning America.' The kids recorded the song, with folk musician Ingrid Michaelson, at the home of former Talking Heads members Tina Weymouth and Christ Frantz.
While the East Coast often suffers from temperatures well below 20 degrees, those in Los Angeles can't seem to stand anything below 60. Thanks to Jimmy Kimmel, America is now aware just how spoiled the LA crowd is. Recently, the talk show host aired a segment from the local news, in which newscasters incessantly seem to complain about the recent temperatures -- which all sat in the mid-fifties.
Television personality Jimmy O'Neill, whose inimitable style helped make the music variety show 'Shindig!' a hit for ABC in the mid-'60s, has passed away at the age of 72 following a struggle with heart problems and diabetes. The Beatles, Rolling Stones and the Who were among the acts that appeared on 'Shindig!'
Staff Sgt. Jesus Salazar, a soldier with ties to the Lawton community is mentoring high school football players in the upcoming 13th US Army All American Bowl.
Sgt. Salazar was born and raised in Lawton and graduated from Eisenhower High School in 1993...
The death of beloved British television personality Sir Patrick Moore has left his long-running astronomy series, 'The Sky at Night,' searching for a new host -- and Queen guitarist Brian May is reportedly in the running for the gig.
Between his hunting shows and reality series, Ted Nugent has become something of a television fixture over the last decade and change, but if the numbers for his most recent special are any indication, viewers might be looking for a little less Uncle Ted.
A CBS news anchor and reporter from Wisconsin decided she wasn't going to let a bully make her feel bad. Then she turned the tables on him and pointed out to the world that he's a gigantic doofus on air. Jennifer Livingston: 1, Internet Jerk: 0.
If you want to start watching 'How I Met Your Mother,' but really don't have the time to sit through seven seasons, here's a video of Neil Patrick Harris' character, Barney, pretty much summing up the whole story to date in 52 seconds. That ought to save you some time...
The 25th anniversary of 'Full House' has come and gone, and the cast decided to celebrate by reuniting. Meanwhile, the Olsen twins decided to pull a "Dewey" and not show up. We know, big shocker. But everybody else looked very happy and decidedly non-waifish. Take a look!