Hannah Montana Star Jason Earles Marries Katie Drysen. Jason Earles is a married man! The Hannah Montana alum tied the knot with longtime girlfriend Katie Drysen Sunday and the wedding doubled as a Disney reunion. The 40-year-old actor exchanged vows with his future wife at The Garland in Toluca Lake in Calif. The Disney fairytale-esque nuptials featured celebrity attendees, including former Dadnapped co-stars Emily Osment, Moises Arias, Phillip Lewis and George Newbern. "Casual Dadnapped reunion! Happy wedding day @realdukeofearles, we love you!" Osment wrote on social media. While the groom opted for a tailored suit vest and pants, the bride sported a strapless gown with chiffon tiers and a corset back. The duo exchanged vows in a floral outdoor ceremony surrounded by their bridal party and guests. "I am madly in love with you," Earles told his leading lady during the ceremony. "I love how every day you open my eyes to beauty and unexpected joys that exist all around us." As Drysen responded, "You are my other half and no one will fit me as perfectly as you do." After three years of dating, the actor popped the question in November 2016. While the jokester first got down on one knee with a ring pop, Earles eventually swapped the sweet treat out for the real sparkler. As any Disney fairytale concludes, they lived happily ever after! Congratulations you two! (Eonline)

Good Morning America's Ginger Zee Reveals She's Pregnant While Delivering the Weather Forecast. Monday's forecast calls for sunny skies and one special pregnancy announcement. On Monday morning's Good Morning America, meteorologist Ginger Zee had some big news to share during one of her weather reports. "This is the breaking news part. There's a lesser known visual phenomenon that's about to happen on our maps only for the next five months," she teased to viewers at home as the South West and South East portions of the country were highlighted. "These areas are going to have a shadow from my belly because I'm pregnant." The entire audience began cheering as she approached her co-hosts who were equally as excited. "Another baby! Another boy," Ginger added while revealing her due date is in February of 2018. "I feel good... five months left -- [my belly is] gonna get big. That's why I had to tell everybody because it's already happening." And for those who were unable to be near a TV, Ginger also confirmed the news on social media with a picture of her first child Adrian Benjamin Colonomos holding a sonogram picture. "Adrian already asking to hold his little brother," she wrote on Instagram. "New baby boy coming February 2018!" Ginger and husband Ben Aaron welcomed their first child together back in December 2015. Since then, both mom and dad have gushed on and off camera about the joys of parenthood. In fact, Ginger recently admitted that being a mom has exceeded her expectations. "It's the best thing I could have ever done in my life," she shared with MLive. Congratulations to the couple on their big news! Good Morning America airs weekdays at 7 a.m. on ABC. (Eonline)

Mel B is either smitten or paying homage to baby daddy Eddie Murphy, because she's dating the guy he played in one of his iconic movies ... a Beverly Hills cop. Sources in the know tell us she's been seeing a guy on the Beverly Hills PD for a few months. She's moved at lightening speed ... splitting with husband Stephen only months before she started dating the officer. They met through mutual friends. She started dating him immediately and it took only a matter of weeks before he was staying at her home 5 - 6 nights a week. She's nuts about him. This is a little eerie. Our sources say one of the reasons she likes him around so much is that he carries a gun, and she's scared of estranged hubby Stephen Belafonte. TMZ broke the story, Mel B has a restraining order against Belafonte, and one of her concerns is that she says he has a gun he's not allowed to possess because of a prior crime. They're keeping the relationship "low key" ... both for his sake and hers. We're told his life is "complicated." But that hasn't stopped him, however, for showing up to tapings of "America's Got Talent" -- in plain clothes. He has also accompanied her to a number of social engagements. Not everyone in Mel B's life thinks it's a swell idea she's dating the guy ... partly because of him and party because she just got out of a bad relationship. Still ... there's something symmetrical about Mel B going for a Beverly Hills Cop. (TMZ)

Chris Pratt Makes First On-Stage Appearance Since Anna Faris Split at 2017 Teen Choice Awards. Just one week after Chris Pratt made the shocking announcement that he and wife Anna Faris were legally separating, the Jurassic World actor hit the stage at the 2017 Teen Choice Awards Sunday night to accept the Choice Sci-Fi Movie Actor Award. The actor, who was decked out in a casual ensemble, appeared to be in good spirits despite the sad news. He and Zoe Saldana were also nominated for Choice MovieShip for their performances in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. Despite some trying times, Pratt, who did not do the red carpet for the event, showed no signs of sadness as he accepted the surfboard, which was presented by Millie Bobby Brown, Maddie Ziegler and Grace VanderWaal. "Wow. Thank you! I love you, too. Thank you!," he began. "What an honor and a privilege to be here at the Teen Choice Awards. Thank you, Millie, Maddie, Grace. Give it up for the gals." The former Parks & Rec actor then told a fun anecdote: "When I came to Los Angeles, I came from Hawaii and I had all of this blonde hair and I was tan and I met an agent because I really wanted to be an actor and get an agent and he said, 'Wow. Bro you must surf?' And I said 'Yeah' and that was the first of many lies I told to get where I am today. Thank you." Despite the joking nature, he did get serious about his gratitude, giving it up Jesus. He said, "I would not be here with the ease and grace I have in my heart without my lord and savior, Jesus Christ." He also made sure to give a shout out to Guardians of the Galaxy writer/director James Gunn, whom the actor said was coming back for a third. The 38-year-old star has had anything but a lazy Sunday. The Guardians of the Galaxy actor was spotted at church in Los Angeles earlier Sunday. The star was seen smiling as he exited a car and headed inside with his 4-year-old son, Jack Pratt. "We tried hard for a long time, and we're really disappointed," read a message posted on Pratt's Facebook page, signed by both actors last Sunday. "Our son has two parents who love him very much and for his sake we want to keep this situation as private as possible moving forward. We still have love for each other, will always cherish our time together and continue to have the deepest respect for one another." Pratt's casual public appearance earlier was a far cry from the lights, cameras and action of Sunday night's fun-filled awards show. (Eonline)

Elizabeth Vargas: I 'bared my soul' in addiction memoir. ABC News' Elizabeth Vargas, who's talked openly and honestly about her struggle with alcohol in her book "Between Breaths: A Memoir of Panic and Addiction," confided to book lovers at the East Hampton Library's Authors' Night on Saturday. Vargas said, "I bared my soul so other successful and high-functioning people who face the same problems of anxiety and addiction as I did know they aren't alone." The award-winning journalist and "20/20" anchor added, "If I can just help one or two people who silently suffer and go home and self-medicate to come out of the shadows and get help I will have succeeded." (PageSix)

Pro wrestling icon Ric Flair has been hospitalized -- and it sounds serious. The Nature Boy's reps confirmed the 68-year-old was hospitalized over the weekend -- but Legacy Talent Agency insisted it was for "routine monitoring" and there was "no reason to panic." But things changed by Sunday night, when the reps posted, "We need your prayers, positive energy, and well wishes for our Living Legend as he is dealing with some tough medical issues." The agency has not said exactly what those medical issues are. We just saw Flair out back in May -- and he told us not to let terrorists scare them away from sporting events. He's also been campaigning for his friend Kane, who's running for mayor in Tennessee. Story developing ... (TMZ)

Chumlee's in a battle for the domain name domination over his candy store ... and winning won't be as easy as taking candy from a baby. The "Pawn Stars" star had his lawyers fire off a letter to Patrick Keys -- the current owner of chumleescandy.com and chumleescandyontheblvd.com -- threatening to take legal action if he doesn't hand over the rights to the sites. Keys has no association to the brick and mortar store that Chumlee opened 2 months ago in Vegas. Keys tells TMZ ... he's been making his living for 20 years buying and selling domain names, and when news broke in May that Chumlee was opening the candy store ... he made a smart business move by swiping the domains. He says he tried contacting Chumlee several times to work out a deal for the names, but never heard back. Chumlee's legal team's not having it. His rep tells us ... cybersquatter Keys jacked their trademarks while Chumlee was in the process of planning a site ... and that's why the cease and desist letter. (TMZ)

Oscar-nominated screenwriter and actor Joe Bologna died over the weekend ... TMZ has learned. Joe -- most known for roles in "My Favorite Year" and "Transylvania 6-5000" died Sunday in Duarte, CA surrounded by family and friends ... according to a statement. He was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer 3 years ago, but succumbed to the disease in recent months. Joe helped write and starred in a number of films and shows over his 60 year career, including titles such as "Blame it on Rio," "Big Daddy," and "Ice Age: The Meltdown." He also starred in "What Now, Catherine Curtis?" alongside Lucille Ball as well as the TV musical sitcom "Rags to Riches." His writing credits are attached to projects like "Woman of the Year," "Lovers and Other Strangers," "Paradise," "Good Penny" and many others. Earlier this year, Bologna received the Night of 100 Stars Oscar Gala Lifetime Achievement Award to celebrate his work in Hollywood. Joe is survived by his wife, Renee Taylor, and his son, Gabriel. He was 82. RIP. (TMZ)


Britney Spears donates to Louisiana flood recovery. Pop star Britney Spears is donating some of her Las Vegas show ticket sales to Louisiana schools for flood recovery. The Kentwood, Louisiana native announced that $1 of every ticket sold through the end of the year will go to public schools in a partnership with the Louisiana School Boards Association. The Advocate reports that association executive director Scott Richard says Spears' contribution will go to a fund formed after last summer's floods damaged several schools. The initial money will focus on helping schools and teachers buy instructional materials. Richard credited Louisiana first lady Donna Edwards with helping with the donation. Spears' mother Lynne and Edwards are friends. Both came from the same parish and previously were schoolteachers there. (PageSix)

The Bachelor's Vienna Girardi Reveals She Lost Twins in Miscarriage. In a very sad turn of events, The Bachelor star Vienna Girardi revealed in a Facebook post earlier today that she suffered a miscarriage earlier this month while carrying her twins, who were just 18 weeks. In her detailed account of what happened, the 31-year-old said that she too almost died and had to be in the ICU for four days. The reality star, who won season 14 of the ABC dating competition, announced in June that she was expecting. In July, she announced said that she was to have two girls. Vienna is known to Bachelor fans as the woman who got a ring from 2010's Bachelor Jake Pavelka. On Sunday, Vienna wrote about her devastating loss in an emotional and lengthy post. "On Aug 3rd, I went in for an ultra sound bc the Perinatologist notice one of my twins had more fluids than the other which was the first sign of TTTS (Twin to Twin Transfusion Syndrome) this is when one twin takes more nutrients than the other," wrote the reality star. "They said that it did look like it had improved over the last week though. Unfortunately, that was not the case and that evening my water broke due to the amniotic sacs rupturing. I spent the next 2 days in the hospital trying everything to save them," recounted Vienna. In the post, Vienna revealed that she lost the twins on August 5 and that she had to have emergency surgery during the ordeal. "My little angels went to Heaven on Aug 5th and I was rushed into the OR for emergency surgery and was in the ICU for 4 days." The doctors had warned me that if I did not go into labor and deliver the babies, I was taking the chance of risking my own life and causing an infection in my uterus but they could not survive at only 18 weeks," she revealed. "I did everything to save them but their hearts stopped beating on day two which is also when I went into a septic shock with 104 fever." The grieving star also wrote a tribute to her unborn daughters: "RIP My Sweet Angels Your mommy will never forget you and I loved you both with my entire heart. I thank you all for your support and prayers but I would appreciate it if at this time everyone can respect my privacy and allow me to grieve." Our hearts are with Vienna during this sad time. (Eonline)

Jonathan Cheban signs with WME. Jonathan Cheban, whose many appearances on "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" have made him a household name throughout the world, has signed with WME for representation in all areas. Cheban's new venture FoodGod, a social media handle he officially launched a year ago in which he shares his culinary experiences, will be the agency's primary focus as it endeavors to pursue television and digital development deals. Cheban, who is managed by Maverick Management's Larry Rudolph (Britney Spears, Fifth Harmony), has 2.1 million followers on Instagram, 760,000 on Twitter, and more than 200,000 on Snapchat, where his limitless stream of "food porn" first got attention. Among the delicacies the influencer helped make viral: rainbow bagels, which Cheban snapped in 2015. "I eat out 365 days a year," says Cheban, who also spends most of his year traveling. "Being FoodGod is everything I love -- eating out at the most original and special spots around the world, and sharing those experiences with millions of people daily. I couldn't be more excited to have WME join me on this adventure." "Jonathan is one of those unique individuals who is always on the frontlines of pop culture," says Rudolph. "With FoodGod, he has again hit on the pulse of the people. Everyone loves to eat. And everyone loves to share their food pictures and experiences. Jonathan has found a way to bring it all together in the most delicious way." Adds Cheban, who in 2010 starred "The Spin Crowd," his own show on E!: "FoodGod is the first brand to cross over between reality TV and the world of being an influencer." (PageSix)

Gwen Stefani Throws Son Zuma a Magical Harry Potter-Themed 9th Birthday Party. Now that's an awesome mom! Gwen Stefani threw her son Zuma an early ninth birthday party Sunday; It was Harry Potter-themed and it looked just magical. As seen in videos and photos posted on his mother's Instagram Stories feed, the house bash included life-size cut-outs of Harry Potter, Severus Snape and Draco Malfoy, flags containing the emblems of the four Hogwarts houses as well as bunches of balloons with their respective colors, a fake "Platform 9¾," a colorful fruit display -- that included an owl made out of a pineapple and melons and a three-tiered cake bearing Hogwarts' symbol and a Sorting Hat topper, Gwen also filmed Zuma, who like Harry Potter, wears glasses, looking excited as he took in the sights. And there was so much room for activities! A water slide was set up in the backyard. Zuma, who turns 9 later this month, is Gwen's middle child with ex-husband Gavin Rossdale. The two are also parents to sons Kingston, 11, and Apollo, 3. Happy birthday, Zuma! (Eonline)

Jordin Sparks and Boyfriend Dana Isaiah Make Red Carpet Debut as a Couple. Jordin Sparks and new boyfriend Dana Isaiah were all smiles during their recent red carpet debut as a couple. They started dating a few months ago and pop singer and former American Idol winner had made their relationship Instagram official in July, posting a pic of them cozying up on International Kissing Day and writing, "Grateful for you." Sparks and Isaiah walked the red carpet together for the first time Friday evening at the 17th annual Harold & Carole Pump Foundation Gala at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills. Sparks wore a royal blue, high-neck, over-the-knee halter dress and black pumps while her man wore a gray suit. Sparks, who famously previously dated Jason Derulo and Sage the Gemini, and her new boyfriend have posted many adorable photos of each other on Instagram in recent weeks. My ride & thrive," she wrote last week. "God was definitely looking out for ya boy when he hand crafted this one," Isaiah wrote in June. "My ride or die." (Eonline)

Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom Reunite and Look Cozy at Concert Months After Split. Reunited again! Katy Perry and ex Orlando Bloom were spotted together at Ed Sheeran's concert at Staples Center in Los Angeles Saturday night. A fan's photos of the two in the crowd, with Perry appearing to lean back against Bloom, were posted on Instagram. They had floor seats and both wore black baseball caps. "They definitely seemed like they're back together," an eyewitness told E! News. "They cuddled most of the night. She sat on his lap most of the night and shared kisses." "They looked like they were having the time of their lives," the person continued. "People didn't really bug her. I don't really think people knew it was them because they had hats on and stuff." It is unclear if the two, who have reunited since their breakup before, arrived at the concert together. Perry and Bloom's reps had no immediate comment about their reunion. Several fans did manage to spot the two at the concert. Perry and Bloom dated for about 10 months before their reps announced in February the two "are taking respectful, loving space." A source had told E! News at the time that "Katy pulled the plug," and that "They both still love each other very much, though, and getting back together could happen once they have some space." The two appeared to remain friendly after their breakup. Another source told E! News Bloom is "cool" with the pop star, adding that they "still text and talk." Perry and Bloom also reunited this past April, two months after their breakup announcement, at a birthday party at a Hollywood club. A source told E! News at the time that the stars arrived to the celebration separately. (Eonline)

Ice Cube is one step closer to adding "Agent 0" to his BIG3 league -- with Gilbert Arenas telling TMZ Sports he's seriously considering joining up. 35-year-old Arenas was promoting his Life Water company at 7/11 in L.A. this week when he told us he's been in talks with Cube's 3-on-3 league about signing on for next season. In fact, Arenas says he's hoping the two sides can work out a sponsorship deal where his beverage company can be the official drink of the league. But even if that doesn't work out, Arenas says he'd still consider lacing up -- most likely because he has friends like Kenyon Martin who are having a blast getting back on the court. As for Gilbert, he's been staying in basketball shape -- constantly posting workout videos from the gym ... and it's impressive stuff. (TMZ)

Bruno Mars Honored With Visionary Award at Teen Choice Awards 2017. Bruno Mars was given the prestigious Visionary Award at the 2017 Teen Choice Awards Sunday night. The 31-year-old Grammy-winning R&B and funk singer, who has sold over 180 million singles worldwide, was honored for his "innovation and contributions to contemporary music." The super singer was also nominated for six more awards: Choice Male Artist, plus Choice Song: Male Artist, Choice Summer Song and Choice R&B/Hip-Hop Song for his single "That's What I Like," Choice Pop Song for "24K Magic" and Choice Summer Tour. His award was presented to him by Harvard-bound Black-ish star Yara Shahidi, who praised the performer for his myriad of accomplishments. Mars couldn't be at the award show, but accepted the award while on his 24K Magic Tour. In the video, the singer, who announced that he would be donating $1 million to aid the victims of the Flint Water Crisis, said, "This means so much to me. I wish I could be there to celebrate with you." The singer then treated his fans to a teaser of his brand new "Versace on the Floor" music video, which stars another big winner of the night, Zendaya. Bruno, whose real name is Peter Gene Hernandez, released his debut and breakout single "Just the Way You Are" in 2010. he followed it up with singles such as "Grenade," "Locked Out of Heaven" and "When I Was Your Man." He is also featured on Mark Ronson's hit 2014 track "Uptown Funk." His most recent album, 24K Magic, was released in 2016 and contains his hit other singles "24K Magic" and "That's What I Like." (Eonline)


Why Miley Cyrus Skipped the 2017 Teen Choice Awards. Miley Cyrus was a no-show at the 2017 Teen Choice Awards in L.A Sunday. The 24-year-old pop star had been confirmed to appear onstage to accept the show's highest honor, the Ultimate Choice Award, for her involvement in the annual event for over a decade. Cyrus was also nominated in four categories: Choice Female Artist, Choice Song: Female Artist ("Malibu"), Choice Summer Female Artist, Choice Summer Song ("Malibu") and Choice Summer Female Artist. But the singer, who has a remarkable 18 wins under her belt, lost all four awards. Cyrus' absence was felt throughout UCLA's Galen Center. "I know," presenter Victoria Justice told the audience. "It's a bummer." (Winners included Ariana Grande, Beauty and the Beast, Ed Sheeran, Fifth Harmony, Finding Dory, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Riverdale, The Vampire Diaries and Wonder Woman.) So, why did Cyrus cancel at the last minute? "To my dearest fans & all of those watching @teenchoicefox ! I want to say thank you from the very bottom of my heart for presenting me with #TheUltimateChoiceAward!" she wrote on Instagram. "I am beyond bummed I couldn't make it to the show as I had every intention of being there to accept and celebrate this honor! I created an unrealistic schedule for myself." With her apology out of the way, Cyrus was finally ready to make her big announcement. "I've been tryin to keep the secret but I can't hide it any longer!" she told her 70.8 million followers. "My new single / music video #YoungerNow will be dropping this Friday, Aug 18th & I am sooooooo EXCITED to share it with all of you! I hope to always make people smile and shine light thru my work!" the "Malibu" singer announced. "I look forward to making music for the rest of my life and I'm thankful everyday for those who listen! I am sending so much love and peace into the world right now because THATS what we need most! Love Love & more LOVE!" Cyrus also shared the artwork for "Younger Now" with her followers. In May, she opened up to Billboard about her latest project. "This record is a reflection of the fact that yes, I don't give a f--k, but right now is not a time to not give a f--k about people," Cyrus said. "I'm giving the world a hug and saying, 'Hey, look. We're good. I love you.' And I hope you can say you love me back." (Eonline)

Willie Nelson Taken to Hospital After Cutting Salt Lake City Show Short: 'The Altitude Got to Me'. Willie Nelson was forced to cut short a concert in Salt Lake City after suffering respiratory issues on Sunday. The 84-year-old country legend was performing at the USANA Amphitheatre when he began to experience breathing problems and was taken to a local hospital, according to Billboard. Nelson gave an update on Twitter early Monday morning, blaming the incident on altitude sickness due to the venue's 4,300-foot altitude. "I am sorry to have to cut the SLC show short tonight," he wrote. "The altitude got to me. I am feeling better now & headed for lower ground." Christie Marcy, a music writer for Salt Lake Magazine who attended the concert, told the New York Daily News that the singer appeared to have "a hard time keeping up with the band" during the first half hour of the show. A bandmate told the crowd that Nelson needed a break after the singer stepped off stage. However, a woman took the microphone five minutes later to tell the crowd the show was over. "Willie loves ya'll. He wants you to get home safe, but the show's over," she said, according to Marcy. Nelson canceled several shows in late January and early February due to a "bad cold," but he has since returned to the road. In March, his publicist corrected reports that the singer was "deathly ill," insisting that he was instead "perfectly fine," according to Billboard. (People)

Shawn Mendes Reveals the Best Advice Taylor Swift Gave Him. Shawn Mendes learned from the best. The "Treat You Better" singer got his first taste of life in the spotlight when he opened for Taylor Swift on her 1989 World Tour in 2015. Now two years later, the 19-year-old artist is one of the most dynamic acts in pop music with a fan base that rivals even the biggest performers'. He opened up about his rise to super stardom in VMAN magazine's issue 38, and what he learned from T. Swift along the way. "She told me not to be afraid to go out on stage," Mendes recalled, "because everyone in the stadium came to have fun. This is not a judging contest, this is a concert." Shawn's taken the pop star's advice to heart, but if there's one thing he takes seriously, it's his listeners' opinions. "People need to give [my fans] a little bit more credit," he dished to the mag. "If something's not good, oh, they let me know." Mendes' second studio album, Illuminate, was released almost a year ago and debuted at No. on the Billboard 200 charts. He's currently touring on the Illuminate World Tour, which is scheduled to conclude in December in Tokyo. So how does Mendes grapple with the fame, especially since being named one of Time's most influential teens? "Yes and no," he responded when asked about feeling pressure to live up to the title. "I didn't go into this to become that. I think it's not about what you say; it's about what you don't say." "During crazy times," Shawn continued, "I just hold back. People are so quick to jump on something or rip it apart. There's so much negativity on social media, I don't want to add to that." Instead, Mendes focuses on the present. "Any of this could be gone tomorrow," he added. "That's why you've got to make the most of it today. People say to me, 'What are you going to be doing in five years?' The thing is, I don't care! It's what I'm doing today that matters." Read more from Shawn (who was styled by Victoria Young) in his profile written by Peter Robinson in the latest issue of VMan. (Eonline)

Bruno Mars Releases Sexy "Versace on the Floor" Video Starring Zendaya. Surprise! Bruno Mars has released a new music video for his sensual ballad "Versace on the Floor," starring none other than Zendaya! The video features the glittering actress dancing around to the Mars' smooth tune as the singer plays the piano. The scintillating video is directed by Mars himself and Cameron Duddy. It also features ensembles by none other than the song's namesake -- Versace. Zendaya, 20, is a perfect match for Bruno's latest endeavor; In addition to her stunning looks, she is a Bruno fan, as she had paid tribute to him in May, channeling his look with a performance of his song "24K Magic" on Lip Sync Battle. She competed against her Spider-Man: Homecoming co-star Tom Holland. In addition, the Disney Channel, Spider-Man: Homecoming actress and fashionista has showcased many gorgeous looks by the Versace fashion brand over the years. ...although the focus of the song "Versace on the Floor" is certainly not fashion. Sample lyrics of the single, which was released last year and is featured on his 24K Magic album, include "So baby let's just turn down the lights / And close the door / Oooh I love that dress / But you won't need it anymore," and "Versace on the floor / Oooh take it off for me, for me, for me, for me now, girl / Versace on the floor / Oooh take it off for me, for me, for me, for me now, girl." David Guetta released a remix of the track this past June. (Eonline)

Maroon 5 Accepts the Decade Award at the 2017 Teen Choice Awards. The band met as teenagers back in the '90s so it's pretty perfect that Maroon 5 would be picked for the 2017 Teen Choice Awards' Decade Award Sunday night. Lead singer Adam Levine and guitarist James Valentine came on stage at the Galen Center and joked about the band's age. "I am not going to lie: I am 38 years old," said Levine. "We look really good for 38. We're not teens, but the fact that teenagers -- all of you -- can appreciate what we do after all this time. Our first album came out in 2002, before most of you hadn't been born that that point. It's so crazy that we're still doing this." The new dad then joked that the band's "sixth and final album" was coming out in November, which obviously shocked the audience. Levine quickly said, "I am joking. We are never going to go away." According to a press release for the awards show, "With five multi-Platinum studio albums, the band has become one of the top touring acts in popular music, as they continue to achieve critical and worldwide success, while broadening their impact on popular music and culture." Prior to being in Maroon 5, several members of group were in band called Kara's Flowers, which formed when the then-teens were at Brentwood School in Los Angeles, Calif. The music newbies used to cover Beatles songs and sing at their school's pep rallies. Kara's Flowers was even in an episode of Beverly Hills, 0210, playing the song "Soap Disco" at the Peach Pit After Dark. You've come a long way, boys! (Eonline)


Tom Cruise's injuries on the set of "Mission Impossible 6" might be more severe than previously thought ... 'cause he tried and failed his building stunt jump at least twice. TMZ has obtained a second video showing Tom Sunday attempting to clear a building with one giant hop during filming for "MI:6" ... and like the first clip, he fails here too -- this time perhaps more miserably. The hit against the side of the building sounds crushing -- and considering he tried this at least twice -- it raises questions as to how seriously he's hurt ... and whether this might affect the rest of production. We've placed a call in to Tom's reps and Paramount Pictures ... so far no word back. (TMZ)

Robert Pattinson went behind bars for new role. The audience at the screening of Jon Alpert's gritty 1989 documentary "One Year in a Life of Crime" at the Metrograph on Ludlow Street got a squeal-worthy surprise: Robert Pattinson. The hunky actor sauntered onstage to join Alpert and director Josh Safdie to share with the cineastes how Alpert's true-life flick had influenced his performance in Safdie's new feature "Good Time." "You've watched it six times, right?" Safdie asked Pattinson. "At least," said Pattinson, dressed in jeans and a baseball cap. "I just watched it again yesterday." To prepare for his role as Connie Nikas -- a Queens hood who robs banks and watches over his mentally challenged brother (played by Safdie's brother, Ben -- Pattinson spent time in several New York jails, including Manhattan's Metropolitan Correctional Center, in character. Nikas is hunted by cops for a good part of the film, and with paparazzi stalking Pattinson for pics with either Katy Perry or FKA Twigs, the actor knows what it feels like to be hunted. When they met, Josh Safdie said recently, Pattinson "was like a man on the run." (Eonline)

'Glass Castle' author Jeannette Walls: 'I'm a hillbilly, not a city girl.' Reporter Jeannette Walls was once hit on by a Kennedy. That's what Kennedy men did. It was their life's work. I knew her then, and when she made her bones writing a book about her dysfunctional family. Now, it's the movie "The Glass Castle." Brie Larson plays Jeannette. Naomi Watts acts as her mom. Woody Harrelson, the father. Today, she's happy with a husband, horses, something called greenery and a far away 200-acre Virginia farm. Jeannette: "I'm a hillbilly, not a city girl. I only had a green card here. I love cleaning stalls." Yeah. OK. But her white Ralph Lauren suit didn't seem right for picking up poop. "I never thought my life would be a film. When it happened, my complicated mother wouldn't participate. My brother came for the opening. My sisters didn't. I'm not making fun of the family. They're just wacky. In one scene, my grandmother's teaching me to swim in a pool. I nearly drowned." "Capturing my mannerisms, Brie saw things about me I never noticed. Her wardrobe's my actual old '80s clothes with the big shoulders. My mother? Naomi talked to her, embodied her craziness, and actually understands her." Jeannette's now writing another book. Fiction. Who knows, maybe it's "Son of the Glass Castle." (PageSix)


Connie Britton Books First Big Post-'Nashville' TV Role (Exclusive). The four-time Emmy nominee will return to scripted comedy with a role on Showtime's upcoming 'SMILF.' More than six months after exiting CMT's Nashville, Connie Britton has booked her return to the small screen. The Friday Night Lights and Nashville Emmy nominee has booked a sizable role on Showtime's forthcoming comedy SMILF. Based on Frankie Shaw's short film of the same name, SMILF is set in Boston and takes a raw and honest comedic look at a single, 20-something from Southie whose desires for relationships, sex and a career collide with the realities of young, single motherhood. Britton will have a multiple-episode recurring role as Ally, Bridgette's (Shaw) unstable boss who struggles with boundaries and finds herself in constant pursuit of self-betterment. Her expectations for Bridgette's role in her life go far beyond tutoring her kids. The part marks Britton's first TV role since her Rayna James was killed in ABC-turned-CMT country music drama Nashville. The actress told THR at the time that it was her decision to leave the series as it had been something that was "percolating" since before the series was revived at CMT after ABC canceled the drama. Ahead of the Nashville shocker, Britton had been fielding multiple pilot offers, including for broadcast comedies, and expressed interest in a TV return that didn't have as "rigorous a schedule" as broadcast television. SMILF marks a return to half-hour comedy for Britton, whose credits also include four seasons on ABC's Spin City. SMILF also serves as reunion for Britton and Showtime CEO David Nevins, who exec produced Friday Night Lights. Additionally, Raven Goodwin (Being Mary Jane) will join Britton and recur on SMILF, playing Bridgette's best friend and sometimes roommate who is in pharmacy school. Eliza's and Bridgette's ties run deep as Eliza is allowed to let go of her perfectionist tendencies when she's with her messy friend. Shaw stars, writes, directs and produces the 10-episode semi-autobiographical comedy, with Michael London (Sideways), Janice Williams (Confirmation) and Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky (The Office, Bad Teacher) executive producing. Rosie O'Donnell co-stars in the Showtime and ABC Signature Studios co-production. SMILF premieres Sunday, Nov. 5 at 10 p.m. Britton is repped by WME, Untitled and Hansen Jacobson. Goodwin is with Osbrink Talent. (Hollywood Reporter)

Go Behind the Scenes of This Is Us Season 2 With Sylvester Stallone. The Pearson withdrawals are real, y'all. Thankfully Sylvester Stallone of all people is here to help ease the pain of no new This Is Us episodes until the end of September. Stallone is guest starring as himself in the upcoming second season of NBC's Emmy-nominated drama. Kevin (Justin Hartley) will be costarring opposite Stallone in his (fictional) new war movie that also has Ron Howard on board as director. This Is Us star Milo Ventimiglia was instrumental in getting Stallone on board. "Like [creator Dan Fogelman] said, there's a movie star, a movie idol that Justin's character was going to be working with. When I heard about what the episode was going to be and everything, they just kind of looked at me and said, 'Yeah, someone like Sly.' And I'm like, 'Cool!' And they go, 'You think he'd do it?' and I went, 'I don't know.' And they just kept looking at me and I'm like, 'Oh, you want me to call him,'" Ventimiglia told reporters at the 2017 TCA summer press tour. "I did Balboa a long time ago and I hadn't seen Sly as often... But every time I saw him, "Hey, kid. How you doing? What's going on? Call me anytime." That's how he always was and is with me, so I felt comfortable reaching out to him," he said. "He always reaffirmed call me if you need anything. I basically called and said here's something that might be fun and I'm sorry that you and I aren't going to get a lot of screen time together, but I want you to know how much this impacts my character," Ventimiglia said. "If you imagine that Sylvester Stallone is Kevin's movie idol, it's got to come from somewhere. Maybe that was his dad's movie idol? Maybe dad goes through some tough times and always goes back to that underdog story of the first Rocky, so I think seeing the parallels and all that." (Eonline)

Child actor Griffin Gluck is growing up and cashing checks ... scoring a sweet contract to play a high schooler on Netflix's new true crime satire, "American Vandal." Griffin -- known for playing family son roles on movies like "Just Go With It" and "Why Him?" and the TV show "Private Practice" -- landed the series regular role of Sam on the upcoming mockumentary ... at a rate of $7,500 per episode. Gluck's in all 8 eps ... so that comes out to $60k. Not bad for a 16-year-old. It gets better -- if 'American Vandal' gets picked up for a second season, he gets a pay hike -- $10k an ep ... and $12,500 if there's a season 3. You go, Griff. The show premieres September 15. (TMZ)

Shonda Rhimes Is Leaving ABC for Netflix -- but TGIT "Remains Intact." Plot twist! Emmy winner Shonda Rhimes is taking her Shondaland production company to Netflix under a multi-year deal to produce new series and other projects, the company announced Sunday. Rhimes' producing partner, Betsy Beers, will also be making the move to the streaming service. "Shonda Rhimes is one of the greatest storytellers in the history of television," Ted Sarandos, chief content officer at Netflix, told E! News in a statement. "Her work is gripping, inventive, pulse-pounding, heart-stopping, taboo-breaking television at its best. I've gotten the chance to know Shonda and she's a true Netflixer at heart -- she loves TV and films, she cares passionately about her work, and she delivers for her audience. We're so excited to welcome her to Netflix." Rhimes, who created megahits like Grey's Anatomy and Scandal, also issued a statement. "Shondaland's move to Netflix is the result of a shared plan Ted Sarandos and I built based on my vision for myself as a storyteller and for the evolution of my company. Ted provides a clear, fearless space for creators at Netflix," Rhimes said. "He understood what I was looking for -- the opportunity to build a vibrant new storytelling home for writers with the unique creative freedom and instantaneous global reach provided by Netflix's singular sense of innovation." "The future of Shondaland at Netflix has limitless possibilities. Our current shows will continue to thrive on ABC and Shondaland will be there every step of the way. I could not have asked for a better home to begin my career. I continue to be grateful to work with so many talented people -- especially our studio gladiator Patrick Moran and our most powerful and brilliant champion [ABC Entertainment president] Channing Dungey. Starting today, we are thrilled to begin creating new Shondaland stories with Netflix. Everyone at Shondaland is honored to expand both our audience and our creative identity with Ted and the entire team at Netflix." "I am a huge fan of the talented team and amazing programming at Netflix," Beers added. "The ability to create content for our new partners is an exciting challenge. I am grateful to everyone at ABC for their continued support and I look forward to beginning this next chapter at Netflix." Many of Rhimes' shows, like How to Get Away With Murder, are currently streaming on Netflix. The Wall Street Journal first reported the news of Rhimes' partnership with the company; the deal ends her 15-year relationship with ABC Studios, where she was earning an estimated $10 million a year. The TV titan's current pact with ABC Studios had been set to expire in June 2018. Rhimes' TGIT block or programming will continue as planned in the years to come -- with the exception of Scandal, which is filming its seventh and final season (premiering Oct. 5 at 9 p.m.). "I'm proud to have given a home to what have become some of the most celebrated and talked about shows on television," Dungey said in a statement. "With the launch of a new season upon us, fans can rest assured that TGIT remains intact and will be as buzzed about as ever." Another Shondaland series, For the People, is expected to debut on ABC in 2018. Past and present TV productions include The Catch, Off the Map, Private Practice and Still Star-Crossed. (Eonline)

Teen Wolf's Tyler Posey Says Directing His First Episode Gave Him What He Was Missing from Acting. "Oh cool. Wow. That's so cool! Oh my god, that's so sweet! No way holy s--t! That's so cool." That's how Tyler Posey might react if you tell him you watched this week's episode of Teen Wolf, because it wasn't just any episode of Teen Wolf. It was an episode directed by Posey himself -- his directing debut. And if you couldn't tell by his reaction to just knowing that someone watched it -- not even whether or not they liked it -- he was excited. He's been starring on the show as the titular teen wolf for six seasons, which is obviously a dream job, but after a while he realized he wanted to do more. "Acting is cool, but I don't get enough out of it," Posey tells E! News. "I always feel like I need to be doing more. So whenever I'm on a set I'm always just talking to everybody and asking questions and learning, so by the time I got to direct, I really had a strong vision for what I wanted to do with my episode." Posey says he spent most of his life making movies with friends without even putting two and two together. "I would always direct them. I would always do the camera operating. I would even film skate videos for me and my friends, so I always had aspirations to do that, and I didn't forget, I just didn't realize," he says. "Like as I got older, I was like, oh wait, this is directing." He's also spent the past six years observing Teen Wolf's many directors, noticing what worked and what didn't. "I didn't want it to be over the top. I just kind of wanted it to be just perfect. I've worked with directors who sometimes go a little too over the top, and it can have a reverse effect," he explains. "Sometimes I don't think it's that good, like you've got to find a really good balance between being artistic and getting your vision across in a timely manner, because we're a TV show and we're on a strict deadline." Sunday night's episode was also a pretty big one. Aside from featuring some emotionally teasy moments between Scott (Posey) and his potential new girlfriend Malia (Shelley Hennig), it established the start of the war for Beacon Hills, the humans vs. the supernatural creatures, and featured a lot of Michael Hogan, who has returned to hunt down Scott's pack as Gerard Argent. Despite Hogan's veteran actor status, Posey says directing him was the "easiest part" of the gig. "I just pointed the camera at him and he did his thing," he says. "He's just all about the project. He loves working, he loves acting, he loves collaborating. He was really sweet on the show to direct. We've always had this great rapport, but he really respected me, and I think that was one of the things that I wasn't expecting that happened." Posey says he was "a little" worried about that respect factor when taking on this new role, especially since he's been working with this group of crew members and actors for years -- many since the beginning of the series. "I knew my position," he says. "I know people who are twice my age who have been doing it three times as long as I've been alive. I knew they were going to not take me too seriously, you know? So I had that in my head and I knew that was going to happen, and so I tried my best to do everything to make them comfortable, to let them know that like, we're here for each other, this is a collaborative effort." Part of that quest for collaboration came from feeling that something was "missing" as an actor. "I didn't get much say in storylines or my character," he explains. I mean I would give my input and I turned Scott McCall into what he is today, but you know, there just wasn't the most collaborative effort," he says. "And when I directed I wanted to make sure everyone had a say. You know, it's like instead of it being my episode, I wanted it to be everyone's episode." "You know, I'm 25. I'm a kid basically," he admits. "I'm sure a lot of their mentality was like, what is this kid... he wants to direct an episode? Well that's kind of cool but there's no way he's actually going to pull it off. But I think everyone kind of saw that I was actually really all in it and I wanted it to be a great episode and make everybody happy." As for the episode itself, Posey has a lot to be proud of, but he says he's most proud of the ending scene, after Liam (Dylan Sprayberry) jumped up through a manhole with his fangs out, only to find himself surrounded by terrified Beacon Hills resident (and potential future members of Gerard's army). "The last shot was a shot that I envisioned as I was reading the script, and I knew what I wanted the last shot to be. And it was just this really kind of cool shot starting in this person's windshield, so you see this reaction from this civilian, this no-name civilian, and we pull out to reveal the whole scene, this destruction that's happened," Posey explains. "You kind of get a feel that like, Beacon Hills is changing a little bit. Stay tuned for more from Posey on the final season, his thoughts on the ending, and some truly beautiful words about Scott's friendship with Stiles. Teen Wolf airs Sundays at 8 p.m. on MTV. (Eonline)

Game of Thrones Is Going Everywhere Very Fast (Beyond the Wall Included). Approximately 87 important things happened on Sunday night's Game of Thrones. That's a rough and most likely inaccurate estimate, but it really was a busy 50-some minutes. Gendry came back! Jorah reunited with Daenerys! Jon touched a dragon! Bran saw some stuff! Plus, someone's pregnant, someone else got burned alive, and some dudes got hammers to the head. We're also starting to feel incredibly anxious about the two remaining episodes this season, especially with Jon and co. headed into the abyss beyond the Wall. However, we're comforted by the fact that that makes it a lot harder for him to hook up with his aunt Daenerys, so that's good. Anyway, let's talk about all of it! First of all, surprise! Jaime Lannister's not dead! It's not like we really thought that was a possibility despite his apparent drowning last week, but we were a little surprised to see how cavalier he and Bronn were being as they coughed and sputtered, and as Bran gently scolded Jaime for nearly dying, like they had just played a particularly rough game of paintball or something. Elsewhere, Daenerys addressed what was left of the Lannister army and tried to explain that she's not the city-burning murderous monster Cersei's been telling them she is. All she wants is for everyone to bow before her...right after she just did a whole bunch of burning and murdering. It was kinda hard to take her comforting words seriously, especially when she promptly burned and murdered any men who refused to bow to her (Bye, Sam's dad and brother). Jaime then made it back to King's Landing and filled Cersei in on how unkillable Dany's army is. He basically declared that they couldn't win against her, no matter how many mercenaries they bought with all that banking Cersei's been doing. He also broke the news that it was Olenna, and not Tyrion, who had murdered their dear Joffrey. This didn't anger Cersei as much as we would have liked, and instead she just told Jaime that if their options were fight and die or submit and die, duh, it was time to fight. Back at Dragonstone, Dany returned on Drogon, and Jon Snow tried his luck at caressing the dragon's face. It went well, and they started to have a moment before Jorah showed up (!!!). Dany smiled unlike she's ever smiled at Jon Snow (and hopefully in a way she will never smile at Jon Snow), and they hugged and hopefully this is the re-beginning of something beautiful. At Winterfell, Bran was having visions of ravens being creeped out by the Night King, and then we cut to Sam at the Citadel, contributing his knowledge of Bran and Bran's time beyond the Wall to try and convince the maesters that Bran's legitimately magical. They didn't really believe him, but said they'd maybe check it out. At Dragonstone, Tyrion and Varys drank and struggled with whether or not they're following the right ruler. Sure, all rulers ask people to bend the knee, and she gave the Tarlys a choice, right? But also...burning anyone, whether they had a choice or not, is a pretty questionable move. Jon then received a raven from Bran that was basically like "all the siblings you thought were dead are still alive, and also an army of zombies is on its way." Jon immediately decided he needed to go home, and asked Daenerys to follow him with her army. Eventually it was determined that Jon was going to go beyond the Wall to get one of the dead men to show Cersei exactly what was going on. Elsewhere, Sansa was listening to the men of Winterfell complaining about Jon's trip to Dragonstone. They wanted to listen to Sansa instead, but Sansa was all "Jon is doing what he thinks is best." Arya probably correctly deduced that Sansa deeply cared about what all the men thought, and was thinking ahead in case Jon didn't come back. Tyrion and Davos then arrived at King's Landing in an effort to get Cersei to pay attention to the zombie army, but first they had to reminisce about Tyrion's murdering, Tyrion had to reunite with his brother, and Davos had to track down the guy we've all been waiting like 4 seasons for: Gendry, the last bastard of Robert Baratheon. He was working as a blacksmith and looking good while doing it, but he was also very ready to go wherever Davos wanted him to go with a giant hammer in hand. Before they could head out in their little boat, two officials showed up and got nosy. Davos nearly got them to go away after giving them fermented crab (which apparently helps with erections?) but then Tyrion showed up. They recognized him, but didn't get close enough to grab him before Gendry used his hammer on their heads, which was so fun. Back inside the walls, Jaime told Cersei about his meeting with Tyrion, explaining that Daenerys wanted to meet to discuss the zombie army. Cersei actually thought a meeting might be a good idea, but who cares about that because apparently she's pregnant, and she plans to tell everyone exactly who the father is. Jaime made a face that wasn't exactly thrilled, but not nearly as not-thrilled as we are about this development. Davos then introduced Gendry to Jon, and Gendry wasted no time in explaining exactly who he was. He wanted to go with Jon beyond the wall, but Davos wasn't such a fan of that idea. At the Citadel, Sam shut down Gilly's discovery that a man named Prince "Ragger" had annulled his marriage and immediately got married to someone else because he was tired of all these stupid details. He loaded up Gilly and the baby and they headed out of there, while half the world was screaming at him to go back and get whatever book Gilly was reading. At Winterfell, Arya stalked Littlefinger through the halls as he did something sketchy, acquiring the "only copy" of some document and saying it was on behalf of Lady Stark. Arya obviously found what turned out to be a message from Sansa that had something to do with Joffrey, but then as Arya left, Littlefinger was watching her, pleased. Finally, at the Wall, Jon discovered the Brotherhood (including the Hound) imprisoned. They informed him that they needed to go beyond the Wall, so it became a strange party including Jon, Gendry, Jorah, Tormund's men, and the Brotherhood Without Banners, all heading into the blizzard to bring back a dead guy. Things that still haven't happened yet: Jon still doesn't know he's a Targaryen and it's starting to bother us! Please just tell him! Thank you! Things that make no sense: How did everyone get everywhere so fast and also every episode this season? Did Jon fly to the Wall? Wtf! Game of Thrones airs Sundays at 9 p.m. on HBO. (Eonline)

Leah Remini back on set with Kevin James. Leah Remini is feeling good about her TV reunion with Kevin James. She's posted the first photo of herself on the set of "Kevin Can Wait" with her old/new co-star. "It's been an amazing first week on @kevincanwaitcbs, so blessed that I had my family with me," said Remini's comment on Instagram with her photo. "Thank you to all who came out tonight, cast, crew, writers, thank you for the love!" James and Remini previously starred together for nine seasons on the popular CBS comedy series "The King of Queens," which aired in the same time slot where Kevin Can Wait sat for most of last season, Monday 8 PM. Remini played James's beleaguered wife, Carrie, on "The King of Queens," which was set in Rego Park, Queens, New York. Her new "Kevin Can Wait" character, Vanessa Cellucci, is a tough, wise-cracking undercover police woman turned security agency head. The backstory has James's character Kevin working for her, reuniting them after time spent together on the police force, where they were once rivals but bonded over a major case. Her reappearance on the new show hasn't been without controversy. Remini replaces Erinn Hayes, who played James's wife in the first "Kevin Can Wait" season. Hayes's character, Donna, will be killed in a between-seasons incident. "Kevin Can Wait" ranked as this past season's No. 1 new comedy in total viewers (9.19 million) and adults 18-49 (2.1 rating). Its second season is scheduled to debut on September 25 and picks up ten months after the events of the first-season finale. Remini recently starred in the NBC comedy pilot "What About Barb?" and has been making headlines with her documentary series "Scientology and the Aftermath on A&E. (PageSix)

Life of Kylie Recap: Kylie Jenner Proves She's the Boss in Her Professional Life. She's the b-o-s-s! Kylie Jenner opened up about what it's like to be the CEO of her Kylie Cosmetics empire on Sunday night's episode of Life of Kylie. "The majority of 19-year-olds are still in the 'trying to figure it out' stage or in college," she said. "Me, it's like major responsibilities. I feel like a little old woman stuck in a 19-year-old's body." The reality star admitted because she's so young it was important for her to find the right balance between playtime and professionalism with her team. Because as the woman in charge, there were times when she just needs to put her foot down. "I definitely have like a lot of patience unless you're affecting like my time," she said. "I definitely had to learn how to balance between friendship and business, just trying to take on the boss role and standing up for myself, because people do take advantage of you." When it came to her makeup line, the mogul talked about how hands on she is when it comes to creating her products. "A lot of people think I'm not involved, but it's really important to me to have control over my own things," she said. That's why she was so upset to learn counterfeit lip kits and eyeshadows were being sold using dangerous and harmful ingredients. "I'm thinking about all the kids thinking that this is my product and that it's safe," she said. "Their lips are swelling up and they're getting blisters and they're lips are getting stuck together because there's glue or gasoline in it." So, Kylie and BFF Jordyn Woods decided to take matters into their own hands and go find the fakes for themselves! (Eonline)

HBO Hackers Leak 'Curb' Episodes. The hackers also released Sunday night's episode of 'Insecure' and what appear to be episodes of 'Ballers' and other programming. Hackers continue to pester HBO, releasing several unaired episodes of the highly anticipated return of Curb Your Enthusiasm on Sunday in their latest leak. Season nine of Larry David's comedy series is set to premiere in October after the show's six-year hiatus. The hackers, who broke into HBO's computer network and have been doling out stolen information for the past several weeks, also released Sunday night's episode of Insecure and what appear to be episodes of other lower-profile shows, including Ballers, the unaired shows Barry and The Deuce, a comedy special and other programming. But the hackers didn't release any material related to the network's hit show Game of Thrones in their latest leak. The network acknowledged the hack in late July, and the thieves have been dribbling out stolen video and documents since then while demanding a multimillion-dollar ransom. They have leaked Thrones scripts, sensitive internal documents like job-offer letters and a month's worth of emails from a programming executive. But the intrusion has so far fallen well short of the chaos inflicted on Sony when the studio was hacked in 2014. Still, the criminals may be holding on to more damaging data -- both intellectual property, like unaired programming, and sensitive personal information of HBO employees -- that they can use as leverage to try to get money from HBO, said Gartner analyst Avivah Litan. "It's kind of like kidnap and ransom and torture," she said. "Eventually HBO may have to give in." In an emailed statement Sunday, HBO said it's "not going to participate" in what it described as attempts to generate attention by dropping "bits and pieces of stolen information." The company added that it was not in communication with the hackers. It has said previously that it doesn't believe its email system as a whole was breached. (Hollywood Reporter)

TV Ratings: 2017 Teen Choice Awards Improve on Fox. 'Big Brother' tops the Big Four after PGA overrun on CBS. With a bit of overrun from the PGA Championship and a new Big Brother, CBS topped the broadcast networks on Sunday night. Big Brother, tentatively scored by Nielsen Media on account of the overrun, topped the night with a 1.6 rating among adults 18-49. Candy Crush took a 0.6 rating in the key demo. ABC placed second place for the night with steady episodes of Steve Harvey's Funderdome (0.8 adults) and $100,000 Pyramid (0.7 adults). And the 2017 Teen Choice Awards improved on Fox. With an average 1.9 million viewers and a 0.6 rating among adults 18-49, the annual telecast ticked up by both measures -- though it was with the targeted teen set where the show posted sizable improvement. Teen viewership was up 25 percent to a 1.5 rating. (Hollywood Reporter)


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