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  • Steve Carrell Opens Up About His 'Office' Replacement On Ellen
    (ET Canada)

    Steve Carrell talks with Ellen DeGeneres about who his possible replacement could be on "The Office".

    He says it is bittersweet to be leaving the hit TV show: "It's a little sad."

    The funnyman jokes that Colin Powell will be replacing him.
  • 68th Annual Golden Globe Nominees Announced
    (ET Canada)

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    Music by: Alan Menken
    Lyrics by: Glenn Slater

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  • Updated: Star Reaction To Golden Globe Nods
    (ET Canada)

    The 68th annual Golden Globe nominations were announced by Josh Duhamel, Katie Holmes and Blair Underwood in Hollywood this morning and we have the stars' reaction.

    Canada's own Ryan Gosling was nominated for his role in "Blue Valentine" along with his co-star, Michelle Williams.

    The Ontario-born actor said: "I am very grateful to the HFPA. I also would like to thank them for acknowledging Michelle Williams for her incredible performance. Without the 12 years of director Derek Cianfrance's unwavering vision and commitment none of this would have been possible. I share this nomination with both of them."

    Michelle added: "This nomination is an honour and I am thrilled to share it with my friend, my co-conspirator, and my favorite dance partner, Ryan Gosling. Thank you so much to The Hollywood Foreign Press, The Weinstein Company and of course to the inestimable Derek Cianfrance, whose vision led and sustained us all.”

    Meanwhile, "Love & Other Drugs" actress Anne Hathaway said: "When the phone rang this morning it was my mom telling me I was nominated - I was thrilled! Well, loopy and thrilled. I've been travelling and jet lag had me wide awake watching (GG winner) "Mad Men" all night. So I might celebrate by going back to sleep. Or by watching another episode (it's so good! Damn you Draper...) And I'm so happy and proud to share this honour with Jake! Thanks Hollywood Foreign Press!"

    Colin Firth commented on his best actor nod for his role in "The King's Speech": "I'm truly grateful to be recognized by the Hollywood Foreign press for this film, and euphoric to be in the company of so many of my colleagues."

    Paul Giamatti is shooting overseas, but gave this statement on his nod for his role in "Barney's Version": "Thank you to everyone at The HFPA. It’s a great thrill to be honoured for this performance. I believe Richard made a lovely movie, and I am really happy for the film to be recognized. I share this with Rosamund, Dustin and all the cast and crew, who were a joy to work with.”

    "Black Swan" star Natalie Portman reacted to her nomination, saying, "I'm very honoured by the HFPA nomination, and to be included in this group of actresses I so admire. The experience of filming "Black Swan" with [director] Darren Aronofsky and our incredible crew is already the most fulfilling experience of my career. The audience appreciation of the film is only furthering how grateful and proud I am to be part of the film."

    "Burlesque" star Christina Aguilera had this to say about her first film getting nominated: "I want to thank the HFPA for recognizing our song "Bound to You". It is a ballad Sia and I wrote from the heart and one that I am extremely proud of. I am thrilled that our film "Burlesque" was nominated for a Golden Globe Award. Making this movie was a life changing experience and I couldn't be more pleased that the Foreign Press has recognized the hard work the cast and I put into it. Now I am off to Paris with the cast to continue our international press tour."

    "Nicole Kidman is nominated for Best Actress for her role in "Rabbit Hole". She told us: "It took more than four years to get our little movie off the ground, and to be recognized for my work in a film that means so much to me is truly such an honour. Thank you to the Hollywood Foreign Press for your continued support."

    Both Annette Bening and Julianne Moore are nominated for their parts in "The Kids Are All Right". Julianne on hearing about the nod: "I was busy putting towels in the dryer this morning and didn't hear my phone ring, so when my friend called a little later I was pretty sure she was consoling me. I am SO thrilled to be nominated!"

    Geoffrey Rush - who is a two-time Golden Globe winner - was nominated for his role in "The King's Speech". He told us: “Playing an Australian commoner called upon to teach a reluctant English King some life lessons for me was fascinating in itself. To have it embraced by American audiences and to be so honoured by the HFPA only endorses how global this story has become. Seeing a small scale project play into an international arena makes this all the more worthwhile. I’m very proud to be a part of this film and thrilled for my colleagues who were also nominated in such illustrious company.”

    Michael Douglas is up for his part in "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps". He said: "To be selected with these extraordinary nominees is an honour and boy was I ready for some good news!"

    "Glee" actress Lea Michele tweeted about her nod: "So excited, happy, thrilled, & thankful this morning:) What amazing news!! So happy for our show."

    "30 Rock" star Alec Baldwin and former Golden Globe winner was nominated for his role on the show, saying of the honour, "'30 Rock' is back, bigger and better than ever! We are very grateful to the Hollywood Foreign Press."

    "Nurse Jackie" actress Edie Falco told ET Canada: “My friends and I at "Nurse Jackie" are thrilled to be recognized for the work we love to do.”

    "Mad Men" star Jon Hamm is also up for Best TV actor: "I am thrilled to be nominated for the Golden Globe. Beyond thrilled that my friend and co-star Elisabeth Moss's fine work was nominated, and beyond, beyond thrilled that the show was once again recognized validating the work of our entire cast, writing and production staff and crew. I'm not exactly sure what is that far beyond thrilled, but that's where I am. In fact, if the 'thrill continuum' was, say, the Jersey Turnpike and 'thrilled' was like, the Meadowlands, I think I'd probably be somewhere in Hackensack. Many thanks to the HFPA for their continued support."

    "Modern Family" stunner Sofia Vergara is up for her TV role, telling us, "I'm so honoured to be nominated for a Golden Globe. Working on 'Modern Family' is truly the best job and to be recognized for my work is such a gift."

    Vote on the biggest 2011 Golden Globe snub here: www.globaltv.com

    The Golden Globe Awards ceremony will air live on January 16.
  • Video: Watch Josh, Katie And Blair Announce Golden Globe Nods
    (ET Canada)

    Watch the videos below of Josh Duhamel, Katie Holmes and Blair Underwood announcing the 68th annual Golden Globe nominations.
  • Natalie Portman Dances Onto The Pages Of Vogue
    (ET Canada)

    Golden Globe nominee Natalie Portman opens up about her most provocative role yet in "Black Swan" in the January 2011 issue of Vogue magazine.

    “Lesbian scenes, sex scenes, they’re all over the place!” she tells Vogue. “But because it’s me, people are shocked. I see the value of a good-girl persona—it’s so easy to subvert it!”

    And this morning when the 2011 Golden Globe nominations were announced, all her hard work paid off.

    "The only way to be perfect, is to allow chaos and madness into your life," "Black Swan" director Darren Aronofsky tells Vogue. "Natalie has very few opportunities to express the dangerous side of her, and there’s a lot of colors there. She teases; she’s playful and sexy and so beautiful it hurts."

    The actress was photographed for the fashion Bible by Peter Lindbergh showing off her graceful ballet moves while modelling high fashion.

    The full interview by Joan Juliet Buck is available on Vogue.com.

    Watch ET Canada tonight as we go behind-the-scenes of Natalie's Vogue photoshoot.
  • Golden Globe Nominee Ryan Gosling Hot In GQ Mag
    (ET Canada)

    Despite taking mostly indie film roles, Ontario-born actor Ryan Gosling's movie star status has been established and GQ magazine looks into the secret to his success.

    The "Blue Valentine" star just received a Golden Globe nomination for his role in the film, along with his co-star Michelle Williams, today.

    But the very adult film roles he takes don't stop the Golden Globe nominee from being a kid at heart.

    The January 2011 GQ cover boy reveals his favourite place in Los Angeles is Disneyland. He tells the magazine he will often go alone wearing a hat, sunglasses and an iPod while going on the rides over and over again.

    But we know he had company just a few short months ago, when Blake Lively joined him in an ice-cream shop at the theme park.

    Watch ET Canada tonight for an interview with Ryan from London after his Golden Globe nod.
  • Will Ferrell And John C. Reilly Take On 'The Little Drummer Boy'
    (ET Canada)

    As Christmas approaches, funnyman Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly re-enact a holiday classic, "Peace on Earth/Little Drummer Boy".

    The spoof relives David Bowie and Bing Crosby's original 1977 television special "Bing Crosby’s Merrie Olde Christmas".

    Watch the hilarious clip from "Funny Or Die" below!
  • Scarlett Johansson Escapes To Vacation Hideaway Post Split
    (ET Canada)

    Just one day after the news of Scarlett Johansson's divorce from Ryan Reynolds broke, we know where she's hiding out.

    On tonight's show we have a pic of the actress laying low on a vacation at a hideaway after Ryan's rep confirmed the sad news yesterday.

    We talk to Bradley Jacobs, editor of US Magazine, on ET Canada tonight to give us the details on the break-up.

    According to the editor, it was Scarlett who initiated the split.

    "She had been unhappy for many months and she was the one who pushed for the separation," he reveals.

    This week's US Magazine has the details on who Ryan's been leaning on for support through it all.

    More on this tonight!
  • Preview Of Enrique's New 'Tonight' Video
    (ET Canada)

    Enrique Iglesias has a hot new video - "Tonight" feat Ludacris - and we have a sneak peek!
  • Updated: Stars React To Screen Actors Guild Nominations
    (ET Canada)

    The Screen Actors Guild (SAG) nominations are known to be a clear indicator of the films that will be in the running at the Academy Awards.

    Today the SAG contenders were announced and we have their reactions.

    Helena Bonham Carter received a nod for Best Supporting Actress for her role in "The King’s Speech" and in the Best Ensemble category: "The SAG nomination means particularly more to me because it comes from the very people I crave approval from: other actors."

    Her co-star Geoffrey Rush said of his prestigious nomination: "As an actor you are excited, doubtful, obsessive, scared about what your craft and imagination can muster - never knowing if the story of a fascinating but obscure corner of history will ever appeal to any audience. It seems that it does and to have the colleagues in your industry recognize the details of your work, it's overwhelmingly satisfying.”

    Meanwhile Rosario Dawson told our Erin Cebula she is super excited about the SAG awards and rooting for her friend Mila Kunis from "Black Swan".

    "Glee" star Chris Colfer beamed: "Sometimes I take out my SAG card and just stare at it for large amounts of time. I'm completely shocked and honoured! So happy for Jane and that our amazing cast was recognized too!"

    "Modern Family" star Sofia Vergara said: "It's such an honour to be recognized by my peers. I have always been such a fan of Betty White and to be in a category with her is amazing in and of itself. I am so grateful that I get to share this nomination with the rest of my incredibly talented cast."

    John Goodman on being nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries for "You Don’t Know Jack": "This nomination is all the more special because it was created and bestowed by my fellows and fellowettes."

    Watch ET Canada tonight for more from LA!
  • Katie Holmes And Suri Check Out Stanley Park
    (ET Canada)

    In Vancouver while Tom Cruise is filming "Mission: Impossible 4", Katie Holmes and their daughter Suri checked out the sights.

    They visited dad on set before heading to Stanley Park to hop on the Christmas train ride where the little one got to meet Santa and a snowman.

    The park is a winter wonderland with festive decorations to get the mother-daughter duo in the Christmas spirit.

    And after they got their festive fill they went for a bite to eat at the Red Robin burger joint.

    Tom has been hard at work, wrapping up filming before the weekend.

    Watch ET Canada tonight for more!
  • Amy Adams Says She Wasn't Put On This Earth To Look Good In A Swimsuit
    (ET Canada)

    Amy Adams talks about her pregnancy and body image in the new issue of PARADE magazine.

    “Being pregnant finally helped me understand what my true relationship was with my body—meaning that it wasn’t put on this earth to look good in a swimsuit,” she tells the mag in this Sunday’s issue.

    The actress gave birth to her daughter Aviana in May, and certainly looks like she has her figure back.

    But says she isn't too worried about losing the baby weight quickly.

    “I’ve been working out when I can, and I’m trying to eat in a healthful way, but losing weight is not my number-one priority," she admits. "It’s part of my job to return to some semblance of what I was before. But I don’t feel I’ve ever made my career on my rockin’ bod.”

    Watch behind-the-scenes of the photo shoot below.
  • Angelina Jolie Reveals Family Holiday Travel Plans
    (ET Canada)

    When Angelina Jolie called “On Air with Ryan Seacrest” today to chat about working with Johnny Depp on "The Tourist", she also revealed her holiday plans with Brad Pitt and the kids.

    “We’re going to travel with the kids and go to a random part of the world," she revealed. "We’re going to travel and have an adventure because... that’s what we love to do.”

    Listen to the clip below.
  • Behind the Scenes with Willow
    (ET Canada)
    Willow Smith takes us behind-the-scenes of her hit “Whip My Hair“! Watch the 10 year old bust a few moves and looks for cameos by her famous parents and big bro Jaden.

  • Suri & The Sugarplums (ET Canada) Tom, Katie & Suri jetted out of Vancouver to NYC. The family attended New York City Ballet’s classic holiday production of George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker at the David H. Koch Theater in New York, NY, Friday Night. After the performance Tom took his family backstage to meet the New York City Ballet dancers, Suri looked darling in a violet, silk dress and pink Ugg boots enjoying a full supply of gummy bears on hand from the concessions bar.

  • Suri And The Sugarplums
    (ET Canada)

    Tom, Katie & Suri jetted out of Vancouver to NYC. The family attended New York City Ballet’s classic holiday production of George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker at the David H. Koch Theater in New York, NY, Friday Night.

    After the performance Tom took his family backstage to meet the New York City Ballet dancers, Suri looked darling in a violet, silk dress and pink Ugg boots enjoying a full supply of gummy bears on hand from the concessions bar.
  • SNL Holiday spoof with the Kardashians
    (ET Canada) Saturday Night Live stars Abby Elliott, Nasim Pedrad, & Vanessa Bayer take on the Kardashian sisters again in this new holiday message

    Check out the video clip below as Kim Kardashian and her sisters Kourtney and Khloe wish everyone season greetings. Do you think the Kardashian spoofs are funny?
  • Vanessa's Vegas Bash

    (ET Canada)


    Vanessa Hudgens celebrated her 22nd birthday at PURE Nightclub inside of Caesars Palace. With no Zac in sight,
    the young starlet along with five of her closest friends, including BFFs Ashley Tisdale and Brittany Snow kicked the night off with dinner before the birthday girl was presented with her favorite, delicious red velvet cupcakes. Vanessa told People Magazine things "were good" with her and ex Zac Efron
  • Social Network Soars

    (ET Canada)
    "The Social Network" winning streak continues - picking up 3 awards including best drama at 15th annual Satellite Awards. Colin Firth won best actor in a drama, while Michael Cera picked up best actor in a comedy for "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World", the film also took home best motion picture comedy or musical. On the TV side -"Breaking Bad" & "The Big C" were the big winners along with Connie Britton who was honoured with Best Actress for "Friday Night Lights".


  • Vince Vaughan Baby News

    (ET Canada)

    Vince Vaughan and wife Kyla Weber received the best Christmas gift – a baby girl! People Magazine reports Vince’s wife Kyla Weber gave birth to Locklyn Kyla Vaughn on Saturday morning. She weighed 7 lbs. and was 20 inches long. It is the first child for Vince & his Canadian wife, who married last January.

    Vaughn will next be seen in the comedy “The Dilemma” out Jan. 14, 2011.
  • Survivor Winner – Youngest Yet!

    (ET Canada)

    "Survivor: Nicaragua" has appointed a new millionaire - the youngest in the show's history! - Jud "Fabio" Birza, the 21-year-old former model and newest "Survivor" winner revealed his strategy to us in our backstage interview, quote

    “In the interviews everybody was like what's your strategy? How are you going to win? And I was like well, being adaptive and improving my way through it.”


    Fabio also told us he is overwhelmed by how quickly his life has changed saying, "I have no idea what's going to happen after this.”


    Check out ET Canada tonight for more backstage Survivor interviews.
  • Shania Engaged!

    (ET Canada)

    Looks like it’s a “Party for Two” this holiday season for Shania Twain! Shania’s rep confirms to US Magazine, on newsstands this Tuesday, that she is engaged to Frederic Thiebaud. A friend tells the mag quote,

    "I've never seen Shania so happy. She has ended up with the love of her life."

    The couple who have been dating for nearly 3 years reportedly got engaged two months ago in Switzerland. For more details on Shania’s ring and what her ex Mutt Lang has to say – check out ET Canada tonight.
  • William & Kate Go Public

    (ET Canada)
    In their first official outing as an engaged couple – Prince William & Kate Middleton arrived at the Teenage Cancer Trust’s Christmas Spectacular in Norfolk England. Kate looked like a princess in waiting wearing a cream Titan dress from “TEMPERLEY LONDON ‘s” fall Collection. The royal wedding fever is in high gear especially for collectors. Today the official royal wedding China hit stores in the UK and online. Also announced today famous biographer Andrew Morton is set to release a new book, titled William & Catherine, within weeks after the couple's April 29 wedding.
  • Katy Perry Exclusive

    (ET Canada)

    Katy Perry announced that her next single will be ET”, an upbeat ode to a futuristic lover – and tonight in part 2 of our exclusive interview, she breaks news about her plans for 2011, telling Roz Weston

    I have a massive tour that I’m about to start in February, it’s called the California Dreams tour and of course its coming to Canada, don't you worry.

    2011 is sure to be a big year for the new Mrs. Brand – especially if she walks away with a win for any of her 4 Grammy nominations.

    The thing about the Grammy's is that it’s your peers. Its people that you really respect and people that you admire as musicians, producers, songwriters, they're voting for you.

    For more on our exclusive with Katy Perry, check out ET Canada tonight and back here tomorrow for more footage.

  • Shaq is Top of the Pops
    (ET Canada)

    Basketball pro Shaquille O'Neal, put on a slam-dunk performance with the Boston Pops on Monday Night.

    Check him out conducting the famous orchestra for a rendition of "Sleigh Ride" as part of the Holiday Pops Concert at Boston's Symphony Hall.
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