Robin Thicke + Alexis Foster Perform ‘You’re All I Need to Get By’ on ABC’s ‘Duets’
On tonight's episode of Duets, Robin Thicke's contestant Alexis Foster placed at third last week, but this week she needed to embrace the music more. Her goal was to have more stage charisma and to just have fun! Thicke was worried as well and suggested that she move around on stage more to become truly involved in the performance.
John Legend Finds Last Minute Replacement in Meleana Brown, Performing ‘Endless Love’ on ABC’s ‘Duets’
In the beginning of the second hour of tonight’s episode of ‘Duets’ John Legend had to replace his former contestant Johnny Gray due to unknown circumstances. Legend then held rapid-fire auditions for hundreds of people and after a tough decision he narrowed it down to two people and gave them a song to learn to perform the next day. Hawaiian beauty Meleana Brown ended up being the lucky winner an
Jordan Meredith Redeems Herself Singing ‘Misery’ With Kelly Clarkson on ABC’s ‘Duets’
This week on 'Duets,' Kelly Clarkson sang Pink and Steven Tyler's 'Misery' with her contestant Jordan Meredith in an effort to improve her scores from last week's episode. Meredith was in the bottom two last week and everyone expected her to prove that she truly belongs on the show.
‘Smash’ Recap: Find Out Who Is The ‘Bombshell’ In The Season Finale
In the season finale of ‘Smash,’ titled ‘Bombshell’, the episode starts with a first person camera walking through the wings. We see the perspective of the actress playing Marilyn Monroe at that night’s previews, but as soon as the curtain rises time switches to 12 hours earlier. Derek (Jack Davenport), Eileen (Anjelica Houston), Julia (Debra Messing) and Tom (Christian Borle) are arguing furiousl
‘Smash’ Recap: Who Will Be Marilyn After The ‘Previews’?
In the second to last episode of this season’s ‘Smash’ titled ‘Previews’, the cast and crew of the Marilyn Monroe musical ‘Bombshell’ prepare for their week of previews where audience members watch the show for the very first time.
‘Smash’ Recap: Cast Endures ‘Tech’ Week from Hell
In this week’s episode of ‘Smash’, Tom (Christian Borle) and his new boyfriend Sam sing a song about opening night as the cast prepares for ‘Tech’ week, also known as hell week in the theatre world. Our New Yorkers travel to Boston where three weeks of preview shows will be performed. Ivy (Megan Hilty) helps Derek (Jack Davenport) figure out a set problem and he replies (seemingly) sincerely “And
‘Smash’ Recap: Uma Thurman Gives Karen A Taste of Fame In ‘Publicity’
In this week’s episode of ‘Smash,’ titled ‘Publicity,’ Uma Thurman’s guest character Rebecca Duvall returns to cause more drama. The Hollywood actress continues to ask that musical numbers are removed in order to avoid the fact that she simply cannot sing. Julia (Debra Messing) and Tom (Christian Borle) write a new song, which would be performed by other member of the ensemble. In another twist of
‘Smash’ Recap: Uma Thurman as ‘The Movie Star’ Who Plays Marilyn Monroe
In this week’s episode of ‘Smash,’ titled ‘The Movie Star,’ Uma Thurman barges into our characters' world as Rebecca Duvall, the newest actress hired to play Marilyn in their Broadway musical ‘Bombshell.' The ensemble, including Karen (Katharine McPhee), and crew eagerly wait to hear Rebecca sing. However, their big time Hollywood actress is unable to hit a single note, leaving everyone in shock.
‘Smash’ Recap: Karen Lands ‘Understudy’ of Marilyn Monroe
As the tenth episode of NBC’s hit show ‘Smash’ starts, Julia (Debra Messing), Tom (Christian Borle), Eileen (Anjelica Houston), and Derek (Jack Davenport) are waiting at a workshop presentation where the new movie star, hired to play Marilyn Monroe in their musical ‘Bombshell,’ has failed to show up. This actress is named Rebecca Duvall and is still in Cuba due to her flight being canceled. As a r
‘Smash’ Recap: Hearts Shattered + Trust Broken in ‘Hell On Earth’
In this week’s episode of ‘Smash,’ titled ‘Hell on Earth’, our characters are faced with their downward spiraling ‘Marilyn’ musical. Karen (Katherine McPhee) and Ivy (Megan Hilty) both prepare for auditions, while Tom (Christian Borle) finds out that his lawyer boyfriend is a Republican and Julia's (Debra Messing) husband finds provocative lyrics she wrote. More importantly, the musical still does