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All hail Queen B! Beyonce‘s bombshell surprise album has brought her some of her biggest sales ever: According to new sales figures, “Beyonce” sold roughly 400,000 copies in just the first hour it was on sale, and 828,773 copies worldwide in just the first three days.

Projected to land atop the Billboard charts this week, the album is Beyonce’s best-selling ever and fifth consecutive Number One.

The… Continue reading Bow Down, Brit! Beyonce Sells Nearly Four Times As Many Albums In First Hour On Sale Than Spears Sold In Her First WEEK!

Each week, host Jeff Probst answers a few questions about the most recent episode of Survivor: Blood vs. Water. Now, he gives his take on the finale and live reunion. [SPOILER ALERT: Read on only if you have already watched the finale of 'Blood vs. Water.']

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: He found both the idols, he won the last two immunities, and he made the biggest move in the

Kim Kardashian got engaged to her baby daddy Kanye West this week, but on Sunday night’s episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, viewers went back in time to see her give birth their baby daughter, North.

As viewers already know, Kim delivered the child five weeks early on June 15, and Sunday’s episode revealed just how serious the complications were. In one scene, Kim phoned… Continue reading Kim Kardashian’s Scary Birth Shown On KUWTK: ‘My Liver Is Shutting Down,’ She Tells Khloé

Tonight’s episode of The Good Wife, “Hitting the Fan,” delivered on the promise established in its title. Everything has officially hit the fan, and, boy, did things get messy.

A full recap is in the works, but as it has been teased, this was the episode where Alicia and Cary’s plans to form their own firm were revealed to their now-former colleagues. And the news was as welcomed… Continue reading ‘Good Wife’ postmortem: EPs Robert and Michelle King break down ‘Hitting the Fan’

Farewell, Miramar Playa. We, unfortunately, barely knew ye.

And even after two seasons, Magic City star Jeffrey Dean Morgan sort of feels the same way about Ike Evans, the man at the center of the period drama. Despite spending 16 hours of television in the (very nice) shoes of the family man/hotel owner, he feels they’d only begun to scratch the surface of the character and the world of Magic