Ben Affleck might be Batman, and he might have a hotly anticipated movie coming out Friday (that would be Gone Girl). But when it comes to his kids, all that matters is that Affleck can't sing "Let It Go."
"You can't tell your son – 'cause you're supposed to be his hero – that you can't sing," Affleck told Jimmy Fallon Monday on The Tonight Show before launching into a warbled, off-key version of the hit Frozen song that he belts out to his son, Samuel, 2.
This hoofer is kicking up his heels.
After winning the coveted mirror-ball trophy on Dancing with the Stars with Olympic gold medalist Meryl Davis earlier this year, Maksim Chmerkovskiy knew it was time to move on professionally, if not personally.
Neil Patrick Harris achieved a rare Late Show hat trick Monday night.
The actor was on hand to promote his role in Gone Girl as well as discuss his memoir Choose Your Own Autobiography, but talk quickly turned to his own Italian wedding, which took place earlier this month at a castle near Perugia. ("Take that, George Clooney!" Harris said kiddingly.)
The ceremony featured a performance by Elton John, who also introduced Harris and David Burtka's first dance – soundtracked to Kelly Clarkson's "A Moment Like This," it featured an expertly timed fireworks display.
She's not just a girl. She's a star!
Powerhouse singer Anita Antoinette returned to The Voice on Monday, showing her moxie and persistence on the third night of Season 7 blind auditions to earn a four-chair turn and praise from all the coaches as a blossoming, much-improved performer.
And Gwen Stefani showed that she came to compete by snagging Antoinette, one of the evening's most coveted contestants, and cheekily asking veterans Adam Levine and Blake Shelton why they let her go in in Season 3.
Even on a night that saw two perfect scores on Dancing with the Stars, someone still had to leave the ballroom for good.
Sadly, Randy Couture and Karina Smirnoff began the night knowing they were in jeopardy. Based on scores from viewers and the judges last week, the duo became the third couple to leave the dance floor.
"It's been a great experience, putting myself out there and trying something new," said Couture.
Besides a roof-raising appearance by guest judge Kevin Hart, lots of other fun surprises happened underneath the mirror ball Monday. Here were the scores: