New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning showed off his humorous side -- and acting skills (is skills the right word?) -- while dressing up as a woman in a skit on "Saturday Night Live" this weekend. Did you watch? What did you think of the NFL star's performance?
"Marvels' The Avengers" had a huge opening weekend, breaking the domestic revenue record with a $200.3 million debut. The superhero movie beat the $169.2 million debut of the "Harry Potter" finale last year. Check out more movies opening soon in our summer movies preview.
Let's not forget this weekend's Kentucky Derby, where celebs like singer Cyndi Lauper and actress Debra Messing, of NBC's musical series "Smash," sported some seriously memorable hats along with the masses at the annual stylish event.
Lady Antebellum, Darius Rucker, and Thompson Square were in Worcester Saturday night performing at the DCU Center. Were you there? Did it live up to your expectations? Read the Globe's review of the show.
Ahead of Mother's Day this weekend (May 13), People Magazine interviewed Cameron Diaz and Jennifer Lopez about motherhood. Find out what the Hollywood actress (who has no children) and singer-actress-"American Idol" host (who is the mother of twins) had to say. And mom-to-be Molly Sims celebrated at her baby shower this weekend. The actress-model is expecting a baby boy this June.
Stay tuned for ... the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute Gala tonight, where a slew of celebrities will bring their most fashionable selves to the New York affair. ABC's "Dancing With the Stars" continues with the performance round tonight, along with NBC's "The Voice," which is down to the final four.
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