The sad news of Mary Tyler Moore's death broke today.
At 80 years old, we lost the TV icon who won us over with shows like The Mary Tyler Moore Show and Mary and Rhoda.
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Many are mourning the loss of the charming actress, including many in Hollywood who were inspired and touched by her and her work.
Here is how stars are reacting to the tragic loss (below):
It's been over a week since Mariah Carey's tragic NYE show in Times Square, and people are still weighing in on what happened to make the performance go downhill.
Mel B threw in her two cents when she stopped by The Real on Tuesday, and questioned if the diva's vocals were to blame!
The former Spice Girl, who was also in Times Square on December 31 to host NBC's New Year's Eve with Carson Daly, told the panel she "couldn't believe what I was actually seeing" when Carey stopped singing.
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"As a performer, as somebody on TV, if something happens, you just keep going. Your first reaction is to not let silence go too long, so I was in complete shock. I was like, 'Why did you let that happen?' And this is Mariah, who's an amazing singer and an amazing performer."
The America's Got Talent judge then got a little shady by speculating that the Elusive Chanteuse just may have not been able to hit the notes she used to belt out earlier in her career! She questioned:
While The TODAY Show usually shows celebrities how Halloween is done, it seems as though their Billy Bush drama has completely thrown them off their game.
That's because Al Roker, Savannah Guthrie, Matt Lauer, Tamron Hall, and the rest of the NBC gang showed off their 2016 Halloween costumes on Monday… to shockingly dull results.
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Unfortunately for the early morning news team, simply doing '90s nostalgia didn't quite live up to 2015's creepy-yet-uniform Charlie Brown group costumes!
With that said, weatherman Al was definitely the standout as Steve Urkel while Kathie Lee Gifford's Regis Philbin certainly put a smile on our face!
We just can't believe they convinced Carson Daly to go as that '90s TRL guy. Ha!
Ch-ch-check out every single spooky TODAY show look (below)!!!
Knockout rounds continued on Tuesday's episode of The Voice, and the contestants delivered such earth-shattering performances that Carson Daly probably needs to check those red chairs for structural damage.
The second night of knockouts treated Miley Cyrus to another performance by her childhood fave singer, who might just be the frontrunner to make it to the final showdown!
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We also got to see more awkward insults from Adam Levine using the word "hillbilly," (which Miley was NOT having) and a surprise endorsement for Tim McGraw's cologne!
See the best performances (below) and find out who advanced to the next round!
This. Changes. Everything!
The Voice has proven itself capable of attracting A-List talent time and time again… but we're thinking their current line-up may be their crowning achievement.
That's because while Season 11 only just began its Battle Rounds last week, NBC already announced the coaches for Season 12 — and even some of Season 13 — on Tuesday, and there are A LOT of familiar faces!
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As always, Blake Shelton and Adam Levine will be returning to the singing competition in Spring 2017, this time alongside Alicia Keys and Gwen Stefani.
However, Miley Cyrus won't be gone for long… because she's the first official cast member of next year's Fall season!
While the casting decision was revealed on TODAY Tuesday morning, President of Alternative and Reality Group at NBC Entertainment Paul Telegdy confirmed the news with a statement, saying: