We know something is coming at Sunday's VMAs...
...and now we have a better idea of exactly what that might be!
Could this be the most star-studded season ever?!
The Voice is already slated to return for its ninth cycle next month, and it seems like NBC is pulling out all the stops for the big premiere.
That probably just means Rihanna will help all the contestants during one set of cuts before Adam, Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, and Pharrell bring in more personalized assistant coaches for the further rounds.
But still, it should be cool to see a super star like Ri Ri interact with regular ol' folks! LOLz!
And hey, maybe we'll even get a BBHMM performance or two out of her.
Make sure to catch Rihanna and the rest of the cast when The Voice premieres Monday, September 21, on NBC!
[Image via Rihanna/Instagram.]
He will surely be missed!
As we reported, football legend Frank Gifford died at the age of 84 in his Connecticut home on Sunday morning.
And not surprisingly, on Monday morning, TODAY paid a touching tribute to the athlete.
In a very emotional segment, host and good friend, Hoda Kotb, recalls a conversation she had with wife Kathie Lee Gifford about how his death should not be looked at as a tragedy, but rather a celebration of his life and accomplishments.
To see the heartwarming video, ch-ch-check out the clip (below).
Plastic surgery can be scary!
With all the horror stories out there on shows like Botched, many people are afraid to go under the knife and come out looking like Sloth from The Goonies!
To soften the stigma of plastic surgery, Carson Daly and Savannah Guthrie decide to get some facial touch ups from dermatologist Dr. Amy Wechsler on Today!
The two anchors got botox filler injections on their faces, and the procedure was surprisingly fast and simple — even though Savannah was warned she wouldn't be able to frown for a few days!
Watch the procedure in the video (below) and see if it changed the way YOU think about cosmetic surgery:
Another year, another award show!
The time has come again to see who the best of the best is in television!
But what's better than that is we have the celeb reactions on Twitter!
NBC's annual live stage shows have quickly become a cultural phenomenon.
Practically everyone watched The Sound of Music Live! last year, and we're sure that even more people tuned in on Thursday night to see Allison Williams and Christopher Walken star in Peter Pan Live!
And whenever a major event happens, celebrities are quick to respond on social media, and Peter Pan Live! was no exception.
Take a look!
It's hard to believe it's been 13 years since the terrorist attacks on September 11th.
But despite the years between, most Americans have kept good on their promise to Never Forget. And they're proving it on social media.
See what everyone else had to say on this somber historic occasion (below):