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'Scandal' creator Shonda Rhimes slams NYT over 'angry black woman' label


In the battle of the New York Times vs. "Scandal" and "Grey's Anatomy" creator Shonda Rhimes, the Internet is solidly on Rhimes' side.On Thursday, the Times published an article about Rhimes by TV critic Alessandra Stanley, and from the very first sentence, the piece seemed aimed at creating controversy.






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Time for a checkup: As 'ER' turns 20, our favorite docs then ... and now


Two decades ago, the hospital doors of "ER" swung wide for the first time on NBC, admitting patients and viewers into a strikingly fresh — and often frenetic — kind of TV hospital drama. But it was the show's cast that really got our blue and red lights spinning: So much talent in one place!






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Mama June and Sugar Bear of 'Honey Boo Boo' have called it quits


Sad news for fans of "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo." Mama June and Sugar Bear Thompson, who star on the hit TLC reality series, have called it quits, E! News confirms."Sugar Bear and I have decided to take some time apart to figure out some things in our relationship," the pair said in a statement.






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Full lineup: Kenny Chesney, Fleetwood Mac to rock TODAY's fall Concert Series


The weather may be cooling off, but that doesn't mean an end to seeing the hottest music acts perform on TODAY. Instead, the hit-makers will just keep on coming to Rockefeller Plaza for a special fall Toyota Concert Series. Country superstar Kenny Chesney will kick off the fall series on Tuesday, Sept. 23, singing some new material from his upcoming album, "The Big Revival.






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Hear Michael Jackson and Freddie Mercury's long-lost duet


Thirty-three years after they first began work on the track, Queen will finally release "There Must Be More to Life Than This" — featuring vocals by Freddie Mercury and Michael Jackson — on their upcoming compilation album "Queen Forever," which hits shelves on Nov. 10.






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Jhené Aiko is ‘Souled Out’ on TODAY









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Holy cake and candles! Happy 86th Bat-birthday to the original Batman, Adam West


Holy cake and candles, it's Batman's birthday! And for you kids out there, we don't mean Ben Affleck, or even Christian Bale. We're talking the campiest, most self-aware, best-voiced Batman of them all, Mister Adam West, of the 1966-1968 "Batman" TV series.






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Adam Levine teases 'Voice' rival: Blake Shelton is 'a terrible person'


A new season of "The Voice" kicks off soon with a new pair of coaches. But if any faithful fans are worried that the addition of Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams might mean that old-timers Adam Levine and Blake Shelton will band together against the newbies — rather than aim their usual barbs at each other — fear not.






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Melissa Rivers: We'll say goodbye to mom Joan with laughter


Joan Rivers would want to be remembered not with tears, but with laughter, the legendary comedian's daughter Melissa said in a clip from "Fashion Police" provided exclusively to TODAY."This chair," Melissa said, indicating her mother's perch on the E! show, "was the place where a woman spoke the truth about celebs and fashion and did it in a way that was hilarious and also 100 percent original.






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Al Roker, Jay Leno team up for USO comedy tour to bring laughs to the troops


As part of TODAY's Shine a Light series, a campaign to support worthy causes throughout the year, Al Roker has chosen to shine a light on our military troops and their sacrifice on behalf of the country. He is teaming up with Jay Leno, Kevin Eubanks, Craig Robinson, Iliza Shlesinger and the United Service Organizations (USO) to put on a comedy show for the military in the Middle East in October.






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No butts about it: Sarah Jessica Parker, Jared Leto get hip to fanny packs


You can thank Matthew McConaughey. In a craze that's sweeping the midsection of celebrities without pockets, fanny packs are popping up in even more places, with Sarah Jessica Parker and Jared Leto the latest to don the onetime fashion don't.McConaughey, you'll remember, defended his slung-to-the-side hip bag while attending a baseball game in Boston this summer with his son, Levi.






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Happy 40th, Jimmy Fallon! Thanks for making celebs do all this crazy stuff


The best way to gauge how much we love Jimmy Fallon as host of the "Tonight Show" is to watch how much his celebrity guests love him, and how they're willing to do almost anything to help him entertain the late-night masses.As a special 40th birthday present, we've rounded up several of our favorite clips of Fallon getting stars (big stars, with Oscars and stuff!






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Little less magic: Matthew McConaughey won't appear in 'Magic Mike' sequel


Alright alright alright, we'll miss him. Matthew McConaughey captivated theater audiences when he played veteran stripper Dallas in 2012's "Magic Mike." Warning the strip-club patrons that "the law says you cannot touch," he slyly added, "but I think I see a lotta lawbreakers up in this house tonight.






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Too soon? Nah. From '7th Heaven' to 'Buffy,' we love these retro reunions


Fans of the Camdens were in "7th Heaven" on Wednesday when Beverley Mitchell, who played Lucy on the WB family drama, shared a photo of the cast reuniting 7 years after the show ended."Something truly amazing happened last night and my heart is overflowing!" Mitchell wrote. "Love these peeps more than I can ever explain! we were just missing (Mackenzie Rosman)!






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Ethan Hawke: Robin Williams was in obvious pain during 'Dead Poets Society'


As a teacher in 1989's "Dead Poets Society," Robin Williams had an immediate and lasting impact on his students — and on the actors who played them. In a new interview, "Poets" star Ethan Hawke shares how much he learned from his late co-star, and discusses the "obvious" pain he thinks Williams was in.






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Meghan Trainor is 'all about' her cover of Taylor Swift's 'Shake It Off'


Can't shake off Taylor Swift's summer hit? It might be even more difficult after you listen to this amazing cover from Meghan Trainor.






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Done with 'Downton,' Dan Stevens takes 'creepy' turn in dark new thriller


Dan Stevens has come a long way from playing Matthew Crawley, the dashing yet down-to-earth heir on "Downton Abbey" whose tragic death shocked fans in the show's third season. Nearly as shocking, though, is Stevens' star turn in the new thriller "The Guest," for which the British actor grew a scruffy beard, shed significant weight and gained an American accent.






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'AGT' winner Mat Franco shows amazing card trick on TODAY









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Sparkle motion! Nick Cannon sports $2 million shoes on 'America's Got Talent' finale









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Jennifer Aniston: From hair icon of the '90s to hair tycoon today


She launched one of the most iconic hairstyles of our time, so it's only natural that Jennifer Aniston would branch out into haircare.The “Friends” actress — she of the infamous “The Rachel” haircut — has served as a spokeswoman for several brands, but her latest seems the most fitting: Living Proof hair products.“I'd been approached before by hair companies,” Aniston told TODAY’s Carson Daly.






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