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Kristin Chenoweth on Her Weird Blind Date Experience on 'Late Late Show' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Dec 2nd 2011 4:30AM
Kristin Chenoweth, 'The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson'It sounded like the problem with Kristin Chenoweth's blind date had a lot more to do with the guy's behavior than the fact that he wasn't as cute as Geoff on 'The Late Late Show' (Weeknights, 12:37AM ET on CBS). He had a "great" idea for a fun prank to play on the mutual friends they were going with, but it's the kind of prank you really only should suggest to someone you've been with for a while. Certainly not a first date kind of stunt.

His idea was to pass cute notes back and forth, culminating in him asking Chenoweth to take off her panties and give them to him. Then, when she does they adorably have "I Love" and then his name on them. Funny stuff, right? Well, Chenoweth wasn't down with that.

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Amy Sedaris Joins 'Good Wife,' 'CSI' Finds Hunk For Catherine & More Casting News

by Chris Harnick, posted Oct 19th 2011 11:30AM
Amy Sedaris Joins The Good WifeAmy Sedaris vs. Alan Cumming? We're so there! The 'Strangers With Candy' star is joining CBS's 'The Good Wife' as a nemesis for Cumming's character Eli Gold.

According to TVLine, Sedaris will play Stacie Hall, a lobbyist who starts poaching Eli Gold's clients.

"We love Amy. We sometimes have dreams of switching all the actors from 'The Wire' and 'Strangers With Candy,'" Robert and Michelle King, 'Good Wife' co-creators and executive producers, said in a statement to TVLine. "The next best thing is to have Amy playing Eli Gold's nemesis."

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'Life After Emmy': How Does Winning an Emmy Award Change Your Life? (VIDEO)

by Catherine Lawson, posted Sep 16th 2011 9:00AM
Jeremy Piven: 'Life After Emmy'
Come Sunday night the red carpet will be rolled out, champagne corks will be popping and there won't be a dry eye in the Kodak Auditorium as the 2011 Primetime Emmy Awards are handed out. All the nominees will gather for the ceremony in the hope that their name will be the one in the winner's envelope, but only a happy few will get to take home a much-coveted trophy.

Have you ever wondered why Hollywood stars are so obsessed with winning awards? And just how does joining that select band known as "Emmy Winners" change your life?

What happens once the applause stops, the festivities are over and the borrowed dresses and jewels are handed back? Find out now, as past Emmy winners Jeremy Piven, Megan Mullaly, Kristin Chenoweth and Jackée Harry talk candidly about how life has changed since they had their moment in the sun.

Watch the hilarious 'Life After Emmy' mockumentary after the jump.

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Kristin Chenoweth Says Supporting Gay Rights Doesn't Clash With Her Christian Beliefs

by Catherine Lawson, posted Sep 8th 2011 7:25AM
Kristin ChenowethKristin Chenoweth is probably best-known to TV audiences for her hilarious guest-star spots on 'Glee,' playing the alcoholic high school dropout April Rhodes. But come midseason she'll be hitting the small screen with a starring role in ABC's new Bible Belt comedy, 'Good Christian Belles.'

The Tony-winning Broadway star ('Wicked') also has a successful recording career, and has been out on the interview circuit lately to promote her latest album, 'Some Lessons Learned,' which is where she's courted controversy in some circles by confirming that her staunch Christian beliefs are not at odds with her support for the gay community.

In an interview with 'The Advocate' Chenoweth says that people are born gay or straight, just like they're either tall or short, and that it's not a choice. In response to a question about people who cite Christinaity as justification for passing discriminatory laws, she said "I would ask, 'What would Jesus do?'"

She added that, "It sounds so cliché and Pollyanna-ish, but I have a feeling if he were on the earth today, he wouldn't be walking around saying, 'You're going to hell' and 'You're wrong, you're wrong, you're wrong.' I think he'd be accepting and loving."

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Dot-Marie Jones Will Roshambo for the Emmy (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Aug 23rd 2011 4:30PM
Dot-Marie Jones on her 'Glee' Emmy nomination on 'Good Day LA'Dot-Marie Jones's Coach Beiste is perhaps the only person in the 'Glee' universe who could go toe-to-toe with Jane Lynch's Sue Sylvester. For that fortitude and charisma, she was rewarded with an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Guest Actress.

Tuesday, 'Good Day LA' (weekdays, 9AM PT on FOX) anchor Tony McEwing got a glimpse of how intimidating Jones can be when he mispronounced her character's name (it's pronounced like "beast," but McEwing said "beasty").

McEwing immediately apologized, and asked her to be gentle. "I'm always gentle," she said, "for a minute." He also noticed she had a broken foot. "I broke a bone because somebody wasn't gentle, Tony," said Jones.

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MTV Says 'Jersey Shore' Won't Be Recast, Miranda Lambert to Sing on 'The Voice' and More TV News

by Jean Bentley, posted Jun 24th 2011 6:00PM
Jersey ShoreIs MTV really fed up with the increasing salary demands of its hottest reality stars, the juicehead guidos of 'Jersey Shore'?

Maybe, but it's not saying so publicly. In fact, the a network rep spoke out today to deny the rumors swirling that it plans to recast the series after the current Macaroni Rascals return from Italy and film in Seaside Heights once again.

"We love the present cast, and their summer adventures have just begun. We currently have no plans to recast the show," a spokesperson told The Hollywood Reporter.

Three of the stars, J-Woww, Snooki and Pauly D, all have spinoff shows scheduled to air on the network sometime this year.

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Kristin Chenoweth Is a 'Good Christian Belle'

by Rae Votta, posted Jun 19th 2011 5:00PM
Kristin ChenowethKristin Chenoweth is returning to TV full time early next year as part of ABC's mid-season comedy 'Good Christian Belles.' In the meantime, the multi-talented actress took time away from her busy schedule this week to visit New York to co-host 'Live! With Regis and Kelly' as well as support Wendy's and their fifth annual Father's Day Frosty Weekend (June 18-19) where 50 cents from every Frosty sold benefits the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption. We chatted with Chenoweth about the campaign, plus her role on 'Glee,' her upcoming TV show and her new album.

You're set to star on a new show, 'Good Christian Belles.' What other TV show would you compare it to?
I'm glad I can't think of another show to compare it to. It takes places in a world I haven't seen before on television -- the church. You know all these women no matter what religion you are. And this is a world I know really well, growing up in the Bible Belt.

You work with Annie Potts on 'GCB,' what's she like?
She's a dream come true, exactly the kind, wonderful sweet southern woman you expect her to be. She reminds me of my aunts. I miss all my girls, we filmed the pilot and then we got picked up and we don't start filming again until the end of July.

We know it's easy, but any dream guest stars for the show?
I'm a big fan of Debbie Monk and Shawn McBride, actors who just take stuff and run with it. I also think of my friends like Molly Shannon, it would be fun to work with old friends, but also fun to make new friends.

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Larry the Cable Guy Mixes It Up With Kristin Chenoweth on 'Regis' (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Jun 15th 2011 1:35PM
Larry the Cable Guy, Regis Philbin, and Kristin Chenoweth on 'Live With Regis and Kelly'If you're promoting anything this week on the TV talk show circuit, there's a good chance you'll be following Ryan Reynolds, whose 'Green Lantern' officially hits theaters Friday. On 'Live With Regis and Kelly' (weekdays, syndicated) Wednesday to promote 'Cars 2,' Larry the Cable Guy found a notable drop in enthusiasm when his turn in the interview chair came up.

Regis Philbin did his part to hype Larry, saying, "There's only one guy in the country who could follow Mr. Beautiful, and that's Larry the Cable Guy." But Larry noticed when the two were announced as guests at the top of the show, Reynolds' name got guest co-host Kristin Chenoweth excited. Not so much for Larry, who feigned indignation. "Here I stand, three hours a day in the gym, and I don't get nothing," he said.

"What are you doing there, hanging out?" replied Chenoweth. It's not all Larry's fault. He plays Mater, the tow truck in 'Cars 2,' and he said he had to gain weight for the role.

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'CMT's Next Superstar' Gets Season 2, '60 Minutes' Stands by Lance Armstrong Story and More TV News

by Chris Harnick, posted Jun 2nd 2011 12:00PM
Kristin Chenoweth'CMT's Next Superstar' -- which hasn't finished Season 1 yet -- has been renewed for Season 2.

According to Entertainment Weekly, Emmy-winner Kristin Chenoweth will perform live during the June 10 finale. The singing competition series comes from 'American Idol' and 'So You Think You Can Dance' producer Nigel Lythgoe and his son Simon.

"Unlike other talent shows, we will continue to push for the entire package," Nigel Lythgoe told EW. "We were so thrilled to see the talent on the first season really step up and tackle each week's challenges. We can't wait to see just how far the finalists on season two are willing to go for the chance at superstardom."

Look for the new season of 'CMT's Next Superstar' to debut either later this year or in 2012.

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'Glee' Season 2, Episode 19 Recap

by Joel Keller, posted May 4th 2011 1:00AM
'Glee' - 'Rumours'
['Glee' - 'Rumours']

Now that 'Glee' has completed almost two seasons, I'm wondering which kind of episode is better: one that centers around one artist or album or one that centers around a theme but uses songs from different artists. Both have their merits, but I'll tell you what: episodes revolving around a single artist or album are a heck of a lot easier to review.

Why? For one, you're not busy searching for song titles and artists. Second, you can see pretty easily if the episode adheres well to the theme set forth by the choice of that artist or album. And this week, the theme of "Rumors" was brought home pretty well by the glee club's cover of most of Fleetwood Mac's landmark album 'Rumours.'

And, in a pleasant turn of events, we not only got some well-done musical numbers, ones that seemed to have some emotion behind them, but we also got stories that seemed to be as coherent as any we've seen in this checkered season.

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Cybill Shepherd Eyes Return to TV, Kristin Chenoweth Gets 'Good' Role and More Casting News

by Chris Harnick, posted Mar 15th 2011 10:30AM
Cybil ShepherdThe latest big-name celebrity in talks to return to television? 'Moonlighting' star Cybill Shepherd, who has signed on to star in ABC's 'My Freakin' Family.'

The 'Cybil' star will play one part of the overbearing grandparents of a mixed-heritage couple.

According to Deadline, Shepherd will play Nell, the mom of new father Raj. Shepherd's character will dress in Indian garb and clash with Raj's in-laws -- particularly Mo Gaffney's character Maureen -- over new baby Clark's upbringing. You see, Shepherd's character is concerned Clark will end up "white" like Raj did.

Shepherd recently completed a guest arc on USA Network's 'Psych.'

In other TV news ...

Chloe Sevigny will play Lizzie Borden in a new HBO miniseries. The 'Big Love' star will also co-executive produce the project, about the infamous Massachusetts woman accused of murdering her father and step-mother with a hatchet in 1893. [Deadline]

Kristin Chenoweth is also returning to TV with a role in Darren Starr's 'Good Christian Bitches' pilot. The 'Glee' and 'Pushing Daisies' star will play Darlene, the ringleader of the Texan group of ladies. [TVLine]

Will Forte, of 'Saturday Night Live' fame, will voice a regular role on the animated 'Allen Gregory.' The show follows a 7-year-old boy who enters elementary school. [Deadline]

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Spoilers Anonymous In-Depth: 'Glee'

by Isabelle Carreau, posted Oct 12th 2010 3:00PM
Spoilers AnonymousThis is Spoilers Anonymous In-Depth, a weekly column here at TV Squad where we discuss and give our two cents about recently released spoilers and how they may affect the storylines, shows and fans.

This in-depth version of the column goes hand in hand with our weekly spoilers column, in which we supply you with the dirt on some of the more popular shows on the air.

This week, we discuss spoilers recently released for the upcoming episodes of 'Glee,' including for the special 'Rocky Horror'-themed Halloween episode.

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'Glee' Creator Confirms New Musical Series with Kristin Chenoweth

by Chris Harnick, posted Aug 3rd 2010 1:20PM
Kristin Chenoweth'Glee' creator Ryan Murphy confirmed at the TCA panel for his hit series that he's working on a new musical series for Emmy-winner Kristin Chenoweth.

Put away those outraged faces, 'Glee' is not getting a spin-off -- yet. According to Zap2It, the new TV project will be separate from the Fox series and more adult, Murphy said.

"I've always wanted to do something for Kristin, and Kristin is a good, close friend of mine obviously, so I'm writing a half-hour musical comedy specifically for Kristin because if you can sing like that, I want her to be the star of her own show where she sings," Murphy told TV critics. "I can't say too much about it yet. Kristin is so funny. I want it to be adult."

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Kristin Chenoweth's Twitter Story and Short Dress Lead to Unladylike Interview (VIDEO)

by Aimee Deeken, posted Jul 14th 2010 7:21AM
Twitter, Short Skirt Lead to Unladylike Chenoweth InterviewKristin Chenoweth told David Letterman on the 'Late Show' (weeknights, 11:35PM ET on CBS) how to use Twitter for good and not for evil. Although, in the process, she cussed, she may have gotten someone fired, and then she accidentally flashed her undies.

As she began to tell her Twitter story, she used the past tense of "twit" (get it?), which had to be beeped out. "I knew, I knew I was gonna say that. It slipped right out!" Letterman joked, "Now I think I might try [Twitter]!"

She continued, saying she twitted about a rude Starbucks employee. The manager's swift Twitter reply led Chenoweth to fear the employee got fired. "I hope she didn't lose her job," said Chenoweth. "But, you know what, people don't have jobs, so you better be grateful."

Then the singer/actress uncrossed her legs in a very short dress. "I just realized that if I'm not careful, I could do a Sharon Stone," she said, referring to the infamous scene from 'Basic Instinct.'

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'Hot in Cleveland' Red Carpet Report (VIDEO)

by Chris Harnick, posted Jun 16th 2010 1:30PM
Hot in Cleveland
It's summer time and the ladies of TV Land's new original sitcom, 'Hot in Cleveland' (June 16 at 10PM ET on TV Land) are definitely bringing the heat.

On June 14, the cast -- Jane Leeves, Valerie Bertinelli, Wendie Malick and the incomparable Betty White -- joined a gaggle of other celebrities to celebrate the launch of 'Hot In Cleveland' at New York's Crosby Street Hotel. TV Squad caught up with the cast and celebrity guests Mo Rocca, Bryan Batt and Kristin Chenoweth to find out what they're up to and for their take on TV Land's surefire hit 'Hot in Cleveland.'

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