Happy Friday, America. Here’s a smile from Kanye West.
No one is safe from mean tweets — not even the NBA’s finest.
Forget about the NBA Playoffs. Can we talk about Riley Curry for a second?
First, congratulations to the San Antonio Spurs on their fifth NBA title.
Second, watch this wonderful video of NBA players reading mean tweets on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
John Barrowman, who plays Captain Jack from Torchwood, will be popping up on The CW’s new fall comic book show, Arrow. He’ll play a mysterious “well dressed man” who is an acquaintance of the Queen family. Arrow premieres on Wednesday, October 10. [EW]
Which Saturday Night Live star is leaving the show now?
Ron Artest is so excited about his Lakers’ victory in last week’s NBA Finals, it makes him want to sing. Or something approaching singing.
As Los Angeles prepared for its victory parade downtown today, the Lakers forward released the video for his song “Champions,” a celebratory tune that will no doubt become a theme song…
Oh say can you see, Kris Allen singing the national anthem?
Yes, you can—but you’ll have to wait until Sunday.
Us Magazine reports that American Idol winner Allen will belt out “The Star-Spangled Banner” during Game 2 of the NBA finals tomorrow, when the Los Angeles Lakers face off once again against the Orlando Magic.
The Staples Center in downtown Los Angeles boasted even more star power than usual on Thursday night, as show biz’s finest came out in force to cheer on the Los Angeles Lakers during the first night of the NBA Finals.
Hills defector Lauren Conrad and her boyfriend, My Boys actor Kyle Howard, were on hand…
After watching her beloved San Antonio Spurs squeezed out of the NBA Playoffs, Eva Longoria and her hubby, Spurs point guard Tony Parker, left the country for a vacation in their beloved Paris.
But Tony will need to go farther than across the Atlantic to escape the round ball.
Is it fandom or family obligation…
Hollywood loves a winner, so it’s no surprise that the show-biz elite turned out in droves at the Staples Center last night to watch the L.A. Lakers trounce the San Antonio Spurs in game five of the NBA Western Conference finals.
The many luminaries in attendance included Cameron Diaz, Antonio Banderas and Jeffrey Katzenberg in…