The Andy Samberg-led musical trio had those three tunes nominated for Best Original Song, although they were beaten out by Justin Timberlake's 'SNL' monologue in an award handed out at the Creative Arts Emmys last week. But they were the ones who stole the show at the main event.
Michael Bolton, who was at one point dressed in full pirate regalia, joined Maya Rudolph, John Stamos, Ed Helms and Akon in the star-studded medley.
'Dancing With the Stars' Season 13 is right around the corner. Though ABC won't announce the cast until Aug. 29, we've heard plenty of casting rumors -- Kristin Cavallari, Snooki, Queen Latifah, Tiffani Thiessen, Chynna Phillips, Rob Kardashian -- but can't resist weighing in with our own dream contestants.
Last season saw Kirstie Alley charm the American public with her resilient 60-year-old moves, Chelsea Kane go from Disney star to 'Dancing' dynamo and Hines Ward win it all. Which celeb has it in 'em this fall to top Kane's Viennese Waltz? Alley's sexy Samba?
From the Playboy boss to ABC's newest talk show star, read on for our list of dream 'Dancing' contestants and weigh in with your picks!
On 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' (Weeknights, 12AM ET on ABC), Stamos told a cautionary tale we can all learn from.
Be aware what is on your MP3 player at all times. Especially if you're thinking of ever putting it on shuffle. You never know what might start playing at the worst possible time.
In Stamos' case, he was close to sealing the deal with his date when some lessons he'd loaded on there from his vocal coach started to play. And the specific guidance he was getting at that moment couldn't have been more ill-timed.
"Open your mouth wide," the coach said, "Stick your tongue all the way out."
Stamos was apparently "rounding third" at this point with the girl, so the coaching actually sounded appropriate and completely inappropriate at the same time.
While there are many women who would love to imagine having children with Stamos, they might not have liked as much what happened with Ken. The detectives even tried to embarrass him into breaking down by bringing in 20 of his children together from the New York area.
['Glee' - 'Sexy']
If show business were fair, Gwyneth Paltrow would be a regular cast member of 'Glee' instead of one of those pesky A-list movie stars.
She really does fit very well within the fabric of the series, and her second appearance tonight as Holly Holliday enforced what was so enjoyable about Paltrow's first guest spot: She went for broke with her singing and dancing, and was more than capable of keeping up with the rapid and quirky goings-on. In fact, Holly would be my favorite character on the show if she was on more often.
Tonight's episode had a bit of a split personality. The first half felt like what 'Glee' has become: music piled on top of goofiness piled on top of more music. But the second half felt like what 'Glee' used to be: a story about a bunch of outcast kids -- and their almost-as-outcast teacher -- struggling to figure things out at McKinley High.
Stamos mentioned an upcoming role on 'Law & Order: SVU' playing a "reproductive abuser," as he called it. "He's trying to get as many girls pregnant as he can," said Stamos.
Can TV's most popular comedy continue without TV's highest-paid star? Will John Stamos or Rob Lowe (or another player to be named later) replace him? What sort of financial consequences is CBS facing if the lucrative, eight-season hit grinds to a halt? On the other hand, would it still be profitable to keep an aging, Sheen-free show going for a ninth year?
Below, we'll try to answer these and other burning questions about what's next for a network suddenly drained of tiger blood.
It's been reported that 'ER' and 'Full House' star John Stamos will soon be paying a visit to the gritty world of 'Law & Order: SVU.'
Details of his guest-starring role are sketchy right now, but according to TVGuide.com Stamos will appear in the same episode as 'Footloose' star Lori Singer, which is slated to air April 6.
Stamos hasn't signed up for a fulltime TV gig since leaving 'ER' in 2009, but he's had a recurring role on Season 2 of 'Glee,' where he plays Emma's husband (and dentist) Dr. Carl Howell.
Sheen warned CBS against hiring Stamos yesterday on 'Piers Morgan Tonight' and told Stamos he was angry over comments he made while talking to Howard Stern. "If you guys [hire Stamos], you deserve everything that happens later," he said. "Sorry, John. You're a lovely man, but you got on me on 'Howard Stern,' bro, and I don't forget anything."
According to E! Online, CBS chief Les Moonves chatted with Stamos on Saturday about possibly joining the network's hit sitcom.
"They were at the bar talking, and Les asked John if he'd be interested in replacing Charlie," a source told E!. "It wouldn't be to play Charlie's character, but they talked more about introducing a new character."
Stamos had recently hosted a roast of comedian (and 'Full House' crony) Bob Saget, he explained on 'Chelsea Lately' (weeknights, 11PM ET on E!). "She came out and she said, 'I'm not here to roast Bob Saget. I'm here to f--- John Stamos.'"
He had a birthday party soon after, to which Leachman arrived very late. "She was great," Stamos said. "She sang to me ... She flipped off the camera, we had sex, and she went home," he deadpanned.
"As if you haven't already inserted yourself enough into the psyche of the women of America by hitting them with 'Full House,' now you're on 'Glee' to induct a whole new generation into your black magic," said Kimmel. "Now those teenagers who are watching 'Glee,' 10 years from now ... are gonna see you and go, 'Oh, I loved you on 'Glee.' They're not even gonna know what 'Full House' was. And they're going to disrobe."
Hey, Jimmy, to further cement your theory, you should add Stamos' sexy turn as Dr. Tony Gates on 'ER.'
Stamos explained on today's 'Ellen' (weekdays, check local listings) how he was a fan of FOX's 'Glee' until the show's writers made him the butt of a joke that implied he was talentless. his pride wounded, he told all his friends he stopped watching the show, but kept watching in secret.
Stamos eventually got over his embarrassment and accepted a guest-starring role as a goofy dentist in 'Glee's' new season. During his first day on set, he tried to find the writer who wrote the joke, but nobody would fess up. He quickly forgot about that in favor of trying to figure out which of his younger castmates were sleeping together. John Stamos -- keeping it classy since 'Full House.'
On 'Entourage' (Sun., 10:30PM ET on HBO), Stamos is serious about his ping-pong, drawing a crowd of industry insiders every time he plays. So Drama throws the game and feigns a temper tantrum, angrily pounding his paddle against the floor after losing.
"Your brother's the John McEnroe of ping-pong," observes Scott. But Drama is out to win a different game. And he does.
UPDATE: This has since been confirmed by E! Online.
More casting news after the jump.
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