Thursday Morning Entertainment Headlines

"THE VOICE"-CHRISTINA'S TEAM AND CEE LO'S TEAM PERFORM

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Diego Val from Team Cee Lo and Devyn Deloera from Team Christina could be in trouble on "The Voice." Val sang "Bailamos" and the coaches felt he wasn't that into the song. Deloera sang "Bleeding Love," and the coaches say they wanted to see more of her softer side instead of being a powerhouse. The coaches loved the performances by Nicholas David, Trevon Hunte, De'Borah and Cody Belew. Four contestants will be sent packing tonight.

"THE X FACTOR"

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The Top 12 become the Top 13 -- but not for long. Last night the Top 12 plus one performed on "The X Factor." The judges decided to add one more for this week's live performance show. She's 13-year-old Diamond White, who's back on Britney Spear's teen team. Simon Cowell says after viewing last week's tape, the judges realized she belonged back in the competition. How long she stays is up to the viewers. Tonight, X Factor is cut back to a dozen again, as the result of the first vote.

"SURVIVOR: PHILIPPINES"

UNDATED (AP) -- Two Hidden Immunity Idols revealed -- but none played. That was the Tribal Council on "Survivor: Philippines" last night. Both Malcolm and Abi revealed they had the hidden idols, as their tribemates were about the vote. It looked like returning player Jonathan might be targeted, having used his idol last week. But it turns out that former major leaguer Jeff Kent is the one who strikes out. He says after making tens of millions in the big leagues, he can't believe how much he wanted win Survivor. Kent adds getting voted off "sucks."

DIANE SAWYER COMMENTS ON TWEETS ABOUT HER CONDITION ON ELECTION NIGHT

UNDATED (AP) -- Diane Sawyer knows what you're saying about her. Twitter was swamped with comments about Sawyer's bizarre performance on election night. Many wondered if she was drunk. Sawyer tweeted back saying that she's read the comments, "the good, the bad and the funny." However, she didn't explain what was up Tuesday night.

"NATURE CALLS" - ROB RIGGLE

WASHINGTON (AP) -- Rob Riggle spends a lot of time yelling at Boy Scouts in "Nature Calls." Maybe he's just jealous. Riggle never made it that far in the Scouts. He was a Cub Scout and then graduated to Webelos. And that's as far as he went. His parents gave him a choice: Boy Scouts or sports, because he wouldn't have time for both. He chose sports. Nature Calls opens today.

KATHERINE JENKINS TO SING ON QVC TONIGHT

NEW YORK (AP) -- Former "Dancing With the Stars" contestant Katherine Jenkins will be on QVC tonight. Jenkins will be hawking her first Christmas album. People who order from QVC get two bonus tracks. She'll sing some of the songs during tonight's appearance.

"THE MAN WITH THE IRON FISTS" - LUCY LIU

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The ending was different for Lucy Liu in the first draft of the script for "The Man With the Iron Fists." Liu says her character was originally killed by an orphan. She also wasn't very tough. Liu worked with the director RZA to flesh out her character, give her "more depth," and making her stronger. She also got a fight scene. Liu says she's grateful that RZA was so open to revise the script.

ISLA FISHER ASKS FRIENDS ABOUT COCAINE

NEW YORK (AP) -- Isla Fisher had no experience to draw on when she played a cokehead in "Bachelorette." So she asked her friends what coke was like. She tells Women's Health magazine that her friends were surprised she asked. She says they thought she was on coke already because she talks so much and is so hyper.

FANS OF "DOWNTON ABBEY" TO GET A REFRESHER TO PREPARE FOR SEASON THREE

ARLINGTON, Va. (AP) -- Fans of "Downton Abbey" will get a refresher to prepare for season three. The cast has gotten together to reminisce about the highlights from seasons one and two for a PBS special that will air later this month. You can also see what went on behind the scenes and get a sneak peak at season three. "Downton Abbey Revisited" premieres November 25. The new season will start January 6.

"SPARTACUS" TO RETURN IN JANUARY

NEW YORK (AP) -- The wait for "Spartacus" fans is over. Seven months after the finale of season two, they finally know when season three will start. The third and final season begins January 25th on Starz.

Copyright 2012. The Associated Press.


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