In an interview with "Newsweek", KRISTEN STEWART apologized for . . . well, apparently pissing us off. She said, "I apologize to everyone for making them so angry. It was not my intention." However . . . she still doesn't care what you think about her. She added, quote, "I don't care [about people's opinions]. It doesn't keep me from doing my [crap]."
JOSH BRENT'S presence on the Dallas Cowboys' sideline during Sunday's game against the Steelers caused a lot of controversy. And now a team source tells ESPN he won't be showing up anymore. The team totally supports Brent . . . who killed teammate JERRY BROWN in a drunk driving accident earlier this month. But they realized his presence on the sideline is a distraction.
BRONSON PELLETIER . . . who played a werewolf named Jared in the "Twilight" movies . . . has been arrested TWICE this month. Monday, he was arrested for public intoxication at Los Angeles International Airport when he URINATED by the gate after he was removed from a plane. And on December 8th, he was popped for possession of coke and meth, after causing trouble at a West Hollywood bar.
Hitfix.com has released a list of The Top 10 TV Shows of 2012-
1.) "Breaking Bad" (AMC)
2.) "Homeland" (Showtime)
3.) "Mad Men" (AMC)
4.) "Louie" (FX)
5.) "Game of Thrones" (HBO)
6.) "Girls" (HBO)
7.) "The Walking Dead" (AMC)
8.) "Parks and Recreation" (NBC)
9.) "Downton Abbey" (PBS / ITV)
10.) "Sherlock" (PBS / BBC)
NBC News' chief foreign correspondent RICHARD ENGEL is safe, after he and his team were kidnapped and held hostage in Syria. After a few days, they were able to escape during a GUNFIGHT between the kidnappers and the Syrian rebels. Richard was on the "Today" show yesterday to talk about the experience.
SEAN HAYES from "Will & Grace" is producing a new game show for NBC called "Hollywood Game Night". Basically, two normal people will play games with a group of celebrities . . . and the one on the winning team will take home a cash prize. There's no word when it might premiere.
--Barbara Walters' "10 Most Fascinating People" special pulled in 7.7 million viewers. (--Her #1 pick this year was General David Petraeus, because of his sex scandal. He also topped the list in 2010.)
Cassadee Pope was named the winner of The Voice! Pope thanked her fans who supported her throughout the competition. She was joined onstage by McDermott, who was the runner-up, and David, who came in third place. It was a night of music as Rihanna, newly engaged Kelly Clarkson, Bruno Mars and the Killers celebrated with the finalists by displaying their talents. Season 4 of The Voice premieres March 25, 2013, with Shakira and Usher stepping in to take over for Christina Aguilera and Cee Lo Green.
--"The X Factor" [Final Performance Show] . . . 8:00 to 10:00 P.M. on Fox.
--"A Home for the Holidays with Rascal Flatts" . . . 8:00 to 9:00 P.M. on CBS. Rachel Crow, Melissa Etheridge, Matchbox Twenty and Phillip Phillips along with host Rascal Flatts help raise awareness for adoption.
--"2012 Miss Universe Pageant" . . . 8:00 to 10:00 P.M. on NBC. Andy Cohen and Giuliana Rancic co-host the 61st annual pageant from Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino in Las Vegas. Music Guests: Train and Timomatic.
--"20/20: The Year with Katie Couric" . . . 9:30 to 11:00 P.M. on ABC. Katie Couric recounts the biggest stories of 2012 which include the presidential election, Hurricane Sandy and the Aurora, Colorado movie theater shooting.
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