Entertainment Tonight May 24 2012
Just as the spring’s singing competitions wrap up with the American Idol finale, a new crop of summer reality shows are poised to take their places. But the drama backstage and off screen might be more interesting. Here’s a roundup of the top entertainment headlines from Entertainment Tonight.
Entertainment Tonight: Jennifer Lopez Quits American Idol?
In the wake of Phillip Phillips’ American Idol win, Jennifer Lopez is playing coy about her future with the show, and Fox has no comment either. Find out who else’s tenure at the judges’ table could be coming to an end. Plus, who’s suing Sharon Stone & which former politician is Sylvester Stallone reuniting with?
ET: Duets Kelly Clarkson & Lawrence Zarian Kohl’s Styles
Onetime American Idol Kelly Clarkson is one of the famous voices pairing with everyday people seeking their own big breaks in ABC’s new reality competition Duets. Plus, style expert Lawrence Zarian is recreating star styles from AnnaLynne McCord and Katie Holmes using fashions from Kohl’s department stores. Also, which Dancing With The Stars professional is celebrating a 26th birthday?
ET: Katie Couric Prince William Interview & Dolly Parton Bachelorette
She has been married for 45 years, so what is Dolly Parton doing on The Bachelorette? Also, new ABC news star Katie Couric shares tidbits from her interview with Prince William before a headline making chat with the Queen of England. Then, what is Regis Philbin doing back on TV, and how did he upset his guest, David Letterman?
Men In Black 3: Entertainment Tonight May 25 2012 Preview
All eyes are on the box office as summer movie season kicks off this weekend. One of the big hits is expected to be Men In Black 3, which opens May 25 2012, in time for the Memorial Day holiday weekend. Will it be smashing box office records? See what Entertainment Tonight is saying about the long awaited, star studded sequel and its summer movie competition when you tune in to the next episode.
What summer movie are you most excited for? There should be plenty to choose from, but it seems like they’re all on DVD before I get a chance to make it to the theater.