Justin Bieber Abruptly Cancels on Stephen Colbert and the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade
Bieber was scheduled to spend today taping his Colbert and Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade appearances. But for personal reasons, Bieber isn’t able to make it to New York City. Bieber apologized to Colbert via Twitter, adding: “thank you for the understanding as sometimes life kicks our ass and we need to deal with it. I will see u soon. Thank you.”
Friday Night Lights is getting the musical treatment for one night only, from the creators of The Unauthorized O.C. Musical.
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Sunday’s episode also topped Sunday Night Football in the demo.
Britain’s version of the FCC had the promos scrapped because Comedy Central UK aired them during mainstream shows like Friends and Two and a Half Men.
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“He apologized, and he said never in a million years had he been one to want to apologize to someone,” Palin said. “He’s the only [celebrity] who has ever apologized like that.”
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Presenting The Lowe Down with Rob Lowe.
Also on Kimmel’s Star Wars special episode, Carrie Fisher appeared via hologram.
“That’s one of the delightful things we have been able to do that you’ll see in the new year that we wouldn’t have been able to do if we hadn’t started this whole thing off,” says co-showrunner Terence Paul Winter.
Check out Dave in a 1963 Watson roadster, for Maxim magazine.
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