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"THE X FACTOR"

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) -- She's a little 13-year-old with a really big voice. The judges of the "X Factor" couldn't believe it when they heard Carly Rose Sonenclar belt out a version of "Feeling Good." Britney Spears says Carly Rose is "a little diva." Simon Cowell told Carly Rose that "a star" was on their stage. But Pat Ford got the opposite reaction. He has a mad crush on Britney and brought her roses. Ford was booed when he did Britney's "Circus." When all four judges vote no, Ford told Spears, "That's all you got for me Britney, just a no?"

JENNIFER LOPEZ ON HER YOUNGER GUY

NEW YORK (AP) -- Jennifer Lopez doesn't think about the fact that her boyfriend Casper Smart is 18 years younger than her until others bring it up. Like Katie Couric did on her talk show. Lopez says she still feels "very youthful." She says she wasn't looking for a relationship when she fell for her choreographer. She says they "just kind of hit it." She says he's a "very smart and outgoing person." Lopez says her days of dating bad boys are over. She says she now realizes "that's not a winning formula." Couric's interview with Lopez airs today on "Katie."

SALLY STRUTHERS CHARGED WITH DUI

OGUNQUIT, Maine (AP) -- Archie Bunker wouldn't like this at all. Sally Struthers has been charged with drunken driving. Police say Struthers was pulled over in Ogunquit, Maine where she's been appearing in a local production of "9 to 5." Check out her mug shot online.

LORETTA DEVINE LOOKING FOR SECOND STRAIGHT EMMY

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Loretta Devine is looking for her second straight Emmy for playing Dr. Webber's wife, Adele. Devine jokes that she's not sure how a second Emmy would be accepted by her other awards. Devine says her first Emmy is "sleeping with" five NAACP Image Award "boys." She says "she's having a good time. She may be mad if somebody else enters the room." The category of best guest performance is handed out at the Creative Arts Emmys tomorrow night.

A NEW PRESIDENT ON SNL

NEW YORK (AP) -- "Saturday Night Live" isn't waiting for the election to pick a new president. Jay Pharoah is replacing Fred Armisen as President Obama. Pharoah has already proved he has a knack for impersonations. He's done Denzel Washington, Will Smith and others on SNL. Jason Sudeikis will continue playing both Mitt Romney and Joe Biden. Seth Meyers says you can bet they'll be spoofing Clint Eastwood and his empty chair. Chicago comics Cecily Strong, Aidy Bryant and Tim Robinson are the newcomers. The 38th season of "Saturday Night Live" starts tomorrow night. Seth MacFarlane hosts. His musical guest will be Frank Ocean.

"WEEDS" FINALE IS SUNDAY

BEVERLY HILLS (AP) -- After eight seasons on Showtime, "Weeds" goes up in a puff of smoke this Sunday. Mary-Louise Parker says she's "so emotional" about the series ending. She says she doesn't know if she'll ever have it as good on a set as she's had with this group. She says they were given the freedom to do what they wanted and she says they had great food, too.

"REVOLUTION" PREMIERE

BEVERLY HILLS (AP) -- Bella's dad in the "Twilight" movies and the star of the new series "Revolution" owes his acting career to Burt Reynolds. Billy Burke says he was eight years old when he fell in love with the "Smokey and the Bandit" movies. He thought "whatever those guys are doing, they're having way too much fun." And he thought "if they're making a living doing it," that's what he wanted to do. "Revolution" premieres Monday on NBC.

DONALD GLOVER DEVELOPING NEW SHOW FOR NBC

NEW YORK (AP) -- Donald Glover of "Community" might get his own sitcom. TV Guide reports that Glover is developing a show for NBC with one of the executive producers of "30 Rock." He'd star in the series that would be loosely based on his life.

Copyright 2012. The Associated Press.


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