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What TV Stars Watch on TV: Max Adler, Nick Cannon & Khloe Kardashian

by Jean Bentley, posted May 22nd 2011 8:00AM
Max Adler, Nick Cannon, Khloe KardashianJust because celebrities are on TV doesn't mean they don't love watching TV just as much as the rest of us.

With Max Adler's busy shooting schedule on 'Glee,' he told AOL TV recently that aside from his cable favorites ('The Walking Dead,' 'Game of Thrones,' 'Entourage,' 'Hung,' 'Californication,' 'Dexter'), he often goes for "cheesy mindless entertainment."

"I've gotten into the reality stuff -- I even watch 'The Bachelor' sometimes, or 'The Celebrity Apprentice' and things like that just to decompress," he admitted.

So, who's he rooting for on tonight's finale?

"I think I'm going to go with John Rich. He's just a strong player and a good, honest guy. I didn't really know much about him before the show, but now I've got a lot of respect for him so I hope he goes all the way."

It was an eerily accurate prediction, considering we spoke to Adler way back in April, when he also told us he was rooting for Marlee Matlin from the women's team.

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'Glee' Star Max Adler On Having to Bully His Costar Friends, Singing & 'Global Guts'

by Jean Bentley, posted Apr 26th 2011 9:00AM
Max Adler, GleeLet it be known: In real life, Max Adler and Chris Colfer are friends.

But on 'Glee,' Adler plays the closeted bully who tortured Colfer's Kurt with such hurtful homophobic slurs that the high school sophomore had to transfer to a private all-boys academy. On Tuesday's super-sized episode, though, Kurt returns to McKinley High and some of the pair's tension comes to a head.

After last weekend's prom spoiler leak, Adler was especially tight-lipped about what's coming up for Karofsky, but the admitted Lady Gaga fan did his best to share a little about tonight's sure-to-be-epic 90-minute 'Born This Way' episode.

"It's going to be, I'm going to say, one of the best episodes," he told AOL TV last week. "Right [up there with] the Super Bowl episode. The whole message is tackling everyone's insecurities as far as their sexuality, physical appearance or inability to do something, and it makes them realize over the course of the episode that the thing they're most insecure about is really the thing that makes them the most special and makes them stand out from the crowd. It's a really important message for people to see."

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