If you think Christmas can be a bit of a circus, the Kardashians seem to agree.
It wouldn't be the holidays in Hollywood without the anticipated unveiling of the Kardashian Christmas card, and this year's family photo is decidedly more high fashion than last year's more traditional white Christmas.
The glam, golden, glitzy photo features the Kardashian-Jenner clan draped in black and posing in a graffiti-strewn, artistically-trashed carnival-inspired room, littered with dollar signs, pop art and magazines, that looks as if it was taken in post-Mad Max Vegas.
Shot by famed photographer David LaChappelle, the photo seems to state that life as a member of the Kardashian family is a constant media circus.
After seven years as a morning fixture on ABC, Sam Champion will report the weather on Good Morning America for the last time on Wednesday.
But he'll be taking his act elsewhere.
ABC News president Ben Sherwood announced Monday that Champion, 52, "is leaving ABC News for a new opportunity at the Weather Channel. He will become the on-air face of the network, appearing as a host and serving as managing editor. Sam calls it a once in a lifetime opportunity."
If you think your family dinners are tense, think again.
On Sunday's The Real Housewives of Atlanta, Kandi Burruss invited her mother over for dinner in hopes of mending fences with her fiancé, Todd Tucker, but plates were nearly broken instead.
"She was ready for war," Burruss, 37, said of Momma Joyce as the family matriarch came in with all guns blazing, accusing Tucker of being "an opportunist."
Will Ferrell has been making the rounds as his Anchorman character Ron Burgundy in preparation for the 2004 film's hotly-anticipated sequel coming out in December.
He appeared in a series of ads for the Dodge Durango, and most recently, co-anchored an edition of Bismarck, N.D.'s KXMB's broadcast.
Ferrell/Burgundy brought all his signature moves, slowly leaning into co-anchor's Amber Schatz's screen, before warning her that he's married, so "Don't get any ideas." He casually reaches into sportscaster Jon Schaeffer's frame and pats him on the shoulder mid-report at one point as well.
Well, that looks like it was one hell of a party.
The season 3 poster for HBO's hit Girls shows Hannah (Lena Dunham) and her friends at the end of what looks to have been a big night – with beer bottles and pizza boxes strewn on the floor.
The tagline is "Happily Whatever After," but a look at the new season hints that maybe the girls are finally getting it together – or not.
Both on- and offstage, Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood are in perfect harmony.
Brooks, 51, stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show Friday to chat about his wife of eight years, with whom he recorded a remake of "After the Fire Is Gone" – one of a handful of songs featured on his new box set, which just hit stores.
During the sit-down, the country crooner recounted first meeting Yearwood back in 1987 – he was already married to his college love Sandy Mahl then – and according to Brooks, his connection with Yearwood was immediate.
On Wednesday's episode of The X Factor, judges Demi Lovato, Kelly Rowland and Paulina Rubio all agreed that contestant Lillie McCloud's crowd-pleasing performance of "Summertime" was the best she'd ever done and gave the 54-year-old singer a standing ovation.
But the lone holdout – Simon Cowell – remained seated. "For me, it was just all a little bit too contained … too thought out," he complained. "It wasn't raw enough for me."
It seemed that viewers agreed with Cowell, as McCloud received the lowest number of votes and was the first act to leave the competition during Thursday's double elimination. And while host Mario Lopez noted there was "shock here in the audience," McCloud took the news well, expressing gratitude for the opportunity.
Stephen Fishbach was the runner-up on Survivor: Tocantins and has been blogging about Survivor strategy for PEOPLE since 2009. Follow him on Twitter @stephenfishbach. Erik Reichenbach is a Survivor fan-turned-favorite, a comic book author and artist. He placed fifth on both Survivor: Micronesia and Survivor: Caramoan. Follow him on Twitter @BloodyAmer1can.
"Once you flip, you're a weaker number, because you've shown that you can't be trusted in your alliance."
– Lisa Whelchel, Survivor: The Philippines
Survivor is a game of big moves. Strategists know that if you want to make a compelling case to the jury, you can't just coast to the end. You have to take control.
In The X Factor's pre-Thanksgiving episode Wednesday night, it was clear the female judges would have preferred that Simon Cowell sit at the children's table.
The most heated exchange took place following Lillie McCloud's soaring performance of "Summertime," which earned a standing ovation from all the judges except Cowell, who said it "wasn't raw enough."
"I just wish I had been mentoring you," he said. "I would have done so much better."
Opposites attract. Just ask Hayden Panettiere.
"I'm small, but he's large," the 5'2" Nashville star said on Wednesday's Ellen DeGeneres Show about her 6'6" fiancé, heavyweight boxing champion Wladimir Klitschko.
"That's how we met. I said, 'You're huge.' He said, 'You're tiny.' "