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And Your U.S. X Factor Hosts Are…


The hosts have been chosen for Simon Cowell's US version of X Factor.

Nicole Scherzinger and Steve Jones will host the new singing competition reality show, which begins shooting this Sunday in El Lay.

Jones is most well-known for hosting UK's T4 Music and the BBC's As Seen on TV.

Inneresting choice. Nicole seems like a right fit. And it looks like Simon really wants to give his fellow Brits a chance at stardom here in the U.S.

We're interested to see if they Steve and Nicole have chemistry.

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Hugh Jackman Talks New Oscar Hosts!

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Looks like former Oscars host Hugh Jackman is feeling good about this year's hosts, James Franco and Anne Hathaway, and he's got some very encouraging things to say about them:

“Anne helped me out when I hosted the Oscars, as you remember. I think she’s phenomenally talented. And James is one of the most versatile guys around, so between the two of them, I think they are going to be surprising and do a great, great job!”

We couldn't agree more, and we certainly HOPE James Franco is versatile as well! Ha!

Do U agree with Hugh AND Perez? Will James and Anne do a great job this year???

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Classy! First Oscar Promo Pics Of Anne & James!

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There is nothing not to like about these two. Young, hot and talented, they will surely bring a great energy to the awards this year.

The first round of promotional pics for this year's Oscars were released this morning, with hosts Anne Hathaway and James Franco looking as divine as ever.

Very elegant indeed. We can't wait to see what they come up with for their opening!

Check out more stunning shots of the pair in the gallery below. U like?

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Emmys Drama: HBO Vs. Everyone Else

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Way to make everybody feel bad about themselves, over-achiever HBO!

Due to HBO’s obliteration of the competition in long-form categories at the Emmys, there’s now talk of splitting up the awards between TV series and longform cable projects/TV movies.

Opponents to the proposition of splitting the awards show in half argue a few points, which make plenty of sense. Here are some of the highlights of the argument:

-HBO brings high-profile A-list talent to the Emmys

-HBO deserves the awards, since they devote the time, energy, and money to their projects

-If other networks start creating miniseries and longform projects in the future, it would make it difficult to have two separate awards shows

Here are some of the anti-HBO arguments:

-Other networks can’t afford the major budgets that HBO devotes to projects, and therefore they are at a loss

-Shows that the majority of people watch aren’t represented and given recognition at the Emmys

-Categories such as the one for reality show hosts were not represented at the Emmys, which doesn’t make sense because those shows get much larger draws than HBO programs

Should be inneresting to see if opponents to HBO’s dominance of the Emmys are able to make any type of impact.

…Either that, or MAYBE they can make some sort of other arrangement where HBO is allowed to stay in the Emmys, but they need to start making less quality programs. They could always limit the epic war dramas and start producing more documentaries about legal Nevada-based brothels!

Are U on Team HBO or Team Everyone Else?

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