Carrie Borzillo

Louis C.K. live at Largo: Murdering children, 'Project Runway,' and self-acceptance

Louis CK

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Fans have come to expect a few things from a Louis C.K. stand-up set. They expect inappropriate comments about his children, his bold desire to murder morons, super-sad sex stories, and, well, just f—ed-up s— from a terribly twisted mind.

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'DWTS' eliminated dancer: 'It was a great ride'

Dwts Jack Wagner

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Jack Wagner showed a lot of improvement with his samba on Dancing with the Stars Monday, but his top-of-the-show performance with Anna Trebunskaya – and the score of 24 that came with it – wasn’t enough to convince viewers to keep him around for another spin or two on the dance floor. After he joined rocker Gavin DeGraw and music icon Gladys Knight at the bottom three, the popular soap star on Tuesday was handed his walking papers.

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'DWTS' eliminated dancer: 'I thought I had a shot'

Dwts Martina Navratilova

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After forgetting some steps and “totally blowing it” during Monday Dancing with the Stars, tennis icon Martina Navratilova was so upset at the thought of going home that she teared up during the post-show press line and even walked out on some interviews. On Tuesday, her worst fears were realized when she and partner Tony Dovolani became the first couple to depart after scoring a 17 for their Jive and a 20 for last week’s Fox Trot.

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'DWTS': Is crowd pleaser William Levy an early favorite?

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It’s only week two of Dancing with the Stars, but if the ballroom screams for Cuban soap star William Levy are any indication, the “Brad Pitt of Mexico” might be on his way to win the mirror ball trophy.

Bold statement? Sure, but until you sit near the studio where Dancing is taped and hear the catcalls from the audience, you can’t possibly understand how manic American women (and some men) are for Levy.

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'DWTS' Martina Navratilova: She's gotta wear what?

Dwts Navratilova Dovolani

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Dancing with the Stars has had its fair share of non-glamour pusses – here’s looking at you, Bristol Palin and Hope Solo – but it’s unprecedented to hear a female contestant admit that she hasn’t worn a dress in 20 years. And yet tennis icon Martina Navratilova offered up that fun fact along with the revelation that she’s “not that feminine” on Monday’s premiere of the ABC show.

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'Dancing with the Stars': Highest scores ever for a premiere?

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Season 14 of Dancing with the Stars kicked off Monday with a few shockeroos – like no score lower than a 20 and declarations by judge Len Goodman and host Tom Bergeron that it was a winning opener. “Without a doubt, this is the best first show of any season,” boasted Goodman, while Bergeron said it was his “favorite season premiere ever” and that the “charisma factor” was “pretty good this first night.”

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On the Scene: 'Hunger Games' fans bring bloody noses and tears to mall event

Hunger Games Fans

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It wouldn’t be the most anticipated film series since the Twilight if mayhem didn’t ensue at the Los Angeles mall tour stop for The Hunger Games, which was held at the Westfield Century City Mall on Saturday. Fans lined up on a bridge across from the mall as early as 8 p.m. the night before, with the majority of the 1,000 fans let in staking their claim on the cold cement around 4 a.m.

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Meet the 'American Idol' Top 13! (Q&A with every finalist)

American Idol 13

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America was introduced to American Idol’s season 11 top 13 this week: Phillip Phillips, Jessica Sanchez, Hollie Cavanagh, Joshua Ledet, Heejun Han, Shannon Magrane, Skylar Laine, Elise Testone, Colton Dixon, Jermaine Jones, and wild cards Erika Van Pelt (Randy’s choice), Jeremy Rosado (Jennifer Lopez), and DeAndre Brackensick (Steven Tyler).

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