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MTV making Miley Cyrus documentary

MTV is turning its documentary lens on Miley Cyrus.

The network announced today they will produce a “revealing” one-hour documentary that will follow the  performer as she works on her new album and “delves deep into the transformation she has experienced over the past few years.” (Guessing they mean this heap of weird.)

The doc is set to premiere this fall.

In the past, MTV has produced documentaries on Lady Gaga, Drake, Nicki Minaj, and Britney Spears.

'The Voice' finale: Bruno Mars, Florida Georgia Line, Nelly will perform -- EXCLUSIVE

Next week’s Voice finale really will have something for everyone.

NBC has unveiled two of the season 4 finale’s star attractions: Florida Georgia Line and Nelly, an unlikely duo who will tag-team their summer anthem “Cruise,” and Bruno Mars, who will appear with his Hooligans in a pre-taped performance of “Treasure.” Mars and the gang recorded the song in May, shortly before Mars’ mother died suddenly of a brain aneurysm.

'The Voice' champ Cassadee Pope: Hear her new single and learn who she's really pulling for in season 4 -- VIDEO

Cassadee Pope, the pop-rock singer who embraced her country roots to win season 3 of The Voice for Team Blake, will be returning to The Voice stage on June 4 to debut her new single, “Wasting All These Tears.” But fans will have to wait until fall for Pope’s full not-yet-titled album, which she promises will give fans the same mix of country and rock that she delivered on the show.

“[Fans] can expect a mixture. I grew up singing country music. It’s always spoken to me; it’s always felt natural,” Pope says. “Then I had a band. I did the whole rock thing as a teenager. Now I’m merging both. It’s very relevant to country music now, there’s a lot of country-rock, country-pop going on. What you saw on the show, me covering ‘Cry’ and ‘Stupid Boy,’ that stuff is very similar to my original songs, so they can expect the same kind of vibe.”

And although Pope still keeps in touch with former coach Blake Shelton, she can’t promise that you’ll hear him on her album… but she’s working on it. “I would love that,” she says. “I do have a song that I think would be great for him to sing on and hopefully that will work out. I still have to record that myself, so there’s still time. Hopefully we’ll get him in the studio and he’ll sing a verse or something like that.”

For now, Pope is preparing to open for The Band Perry and Rascal Flatts on the Live and Loud tour, starting May 30 and lasting through October. She’s also teamed up with Outnumber Hunger to help feed those in need. And when she gets a spare moment, which isn’t often, she tunes in to season 4 of The Voice, where she remains loyal to Team Blake. “I’m officially The Swon Brothers’ fan,” she says. “They blew my mind. I love them, and if they won I’d be so excited. But I gotta pull for a girl again. Gotta make it balance. It was two guys; now it’s gotta be two girls. Danielle I think has a real good chance.”

Her advice to the contestants? “Keep doing what they’re doing. Obviously, people love it. Stay true to themselves. To pull something out of a hat at this point when things are going so well and people are loving what they’re doing is just not the best move.”

Catch The Voice on NBC June 4 at 9 p.m.when Pope stops by to perform “Wasting All These Tears,” which you can check out below: READ FULL STORY

'Glee' scoop: New Directions to perform 'Call Me Maybe' in season four premiere -- EXCLUSIVE

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The song of the summer, Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe,” will have yet another cover come Sept. 13: EW has exclusively learned that Glee‘s  New Directions will be tackling the hit tune in the season four premiere. The episode, fittingly called “The New Rachel,” will find the series characters dealing with the aftermath of graduation.

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Ryan Murphy tweets deleted Tina/Mike scene; Gleeks can commence freaking out — VIDEO
Attention, gleeks! Ryan Murphy tweets deleted Kurt/Blaine scene

'X-Factor' rapper Astro's appearance on 'Person of Interest' -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

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It’s safe to say that most musicians on reality show competitions don’t hope to get eliminated during their season. But after seeing how things are going for nixed 15-year-old  X Factor contestant Astro, some may just change their outlook. In addition to his recent deal with Epic Records, Astro (real name Brian Bradley) is also making his way into the acting world: The rising star is appearing on tonight’s brand-new episode of Person of Interest. Check out EW’s exclusive clip, in which Astro plays a young man seeking justice for his murdered brother, who asks John Reese (Jim Caviezel) for help in his quest. Watch the two match wits here: READ FULL STORY

'The X Factor' champ Melanie Amaro talks shooting her Super Bowl ad with Elton John -- EXCLUSIVE

It’s fair to say that no reality show singing competition winner has ever been on the kind of high-profile launching pad that The X Factor champion Melanie Amaro is about to experience: Her own Super Bowl commercial. EW spoke with Amaro a few days after she shot her Pepsi spot with pop music legend Elton John, and we have an exclusive shot of them both from the royally-themed advertisement below. Check it out:  READ FULL STORY

'Smash' premiere: Chicago's early peek at NBC's Broadway musical drama

NBC chose a nice but rather nondescript venue for the Chicago premiere of the show often described as the network’s best hope for ratings salvation this midseason. Last night, executive producers Neil Meron (pictured, below right) and Craig Zadan (below left) joined star Bryan d’Arcy James (below center) at Chicago’s new Showcase Icon movie theater for one of nine premieres that took place in cities across the country. Although the Chicago event was missing some of the flash and red carpet pizazz of Hollywood, it did have one thing: a dedicated theater crowd. And that’s one group expected to fall in love with Smash, a musical drama about the production of a Broadway show based the life of Marilyn Monroe. READ FULL STORY

Train to make musical stop on '90210' -- EXCLUSIVE

If you thought 2012 would be the year you didn’t get a Train song stuck in your heads, here’s the first sign that resistance is futile.

EW has learned exclusively that Train has scheduled a stop on the CW’s 90210 for an episode scheduled to air in late February. The band, whose new single “Drive By” drops tomorrow on iTunes, will perform their newest single in the episode, which finds the gang heading to a music festival in the desert.

90210 has a history is booking high-profile musical guests. All-American Rejects and Cobra Starship are among those who have also appeared. This season also saw recurring appearances from singer Brandi and former American Idol contestant Kelli Pickler, who both booked guest roles.

90210 returns Jan. 17 with new episodes.



Tony Todd, Kane Hodder, and John Landis to guest-star on horror director Adam Green's new sitcom 'Holliston' -- EXCLUSIVE IMAGE


Tony Todd (Candyman), Kane Hodder (Friday the 13th Part VII), Danielle Harris (Halloween 4), director John Landis (An American Werewolf in London), and a slew of other horror-movie veterans will guest on FEARnet‘s Holliston, a new sitcom created by Hatchet filmmaker Adam Green.


NBC to screen Roots songs for Fallon

NBC is now checking the songs the Roots play on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon after the band performed an off-color song during Michele Bachmann’s show appearance last month.

Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson of The Roots says now he’s “gotta clear a lot of the song choices” with the network.

“It’s still a comedy show, so they promise not to step on my toes or that type of thing, but they definitely want to know the title of the song, the subject matter of the song, can it be seen as an insult?” he said in an interview Thursday. READ FULL STORY joins 'The Voice UK'


Black Eyed Peas frontman will join Jessie J as two of the four coaches on next spring’s The Voice UK. The seven-time Grammy winner told BBC1, which will air the music competition, “I’m proud to be doing The Voice UK because the UK was the first place I saw success. It’s the place I’m the most creative outside of home.”

BBC1 controller Danny Cohen says: “I am thrilled that has signed up to be a Coach on The Voice. He is a huge star who will bring a unique creativity to the show.”

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Katy Perry hosting 'SNL' with musical guest Robyn

Someone tell Kathy Beth Terry.

Katy Perry has just announced via Twitter she’ll be hosting the Dec. 10 episode of Saturday Night Live with musical guest Robyn. “I’m SO excited 2 announce I’ll be HOSTING Saturday Night Live Dec. 10! This is the cherry on top and @robynkonichiwa is part of it!” (NBC confirms the news to EW.)

Obviously best known for her music, this appearance will mark her first go-round as host, although she previously has been the musical guest, belting out “Teenage Dream” and “California Gurls” in the premiere episode last year.  READ FULL STORY

'Glee Project' winner Damian McGinty dishes on tonight's 'Mash Off'

Tonight’s episode of Glee is going to be “quite a big episode for Rory” Flanagan, said Damian McGinty, the winner of The Glee Project who plays Glee‘s own Irish exchange student. Before this past weekend’s auditions for season 2 of The Glee Project, McGinty sat down with EW to preview tonight episode, “Mash Off,” and share what’s to come for the rest of the season. See what he had to say after the jump. READ FULL STORY


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