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The six-season caper comes to a close and answers our burning questions: Will the story line be tied up for Matt Bomer's semi-reformed con man Neal Caffrey? Should fans read anything into the Frenchiness of the episode's title, ''Au Revoir''? ''Yes and...yes,'' showrunner Jeff Eastin says with a laugh. ''I'm really proud of the finale. Whether or not the audience will forgive us, I don't know.'' Ominous! Considering Rebecca's death in the season premiere and the fact that the Pink Panthers are pretty hardcore, nothing on White Collar is a safe bet anymore. ''The show has a happy ending depending on which character you're talking about,'' Eastin says. ''I think it's a fitting end to Neal's character. Twitter will light up quite angrily at some point, but I think fans will appreciate the finale as a whole.''
The show boasts performers Nick Jonas, Taylor Swift, Iggy Azalea, Sam Smith, Ariana Grande, 5 Seconds of Summer, and Meghan Trainorwho all RSVP'd ''Maybe'' to Michael Bublé's event on Facebook, but only because they were too polite to click ''No.''
The inaugural ceremony honoring ''cultural forces of the year'' will include appearances by Jennifer Aniston, Kevin Hart, and Michael Keaton, plus performances by 5 Seconds of Summer and Maroon 5. (Maybe Ben Folds Five will sneak in as well?)