Today in show business news: The ratings are in for the big Oprah/Armstrong interview, Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg head back to war, and a look at the pilots currently in development for next season.
A lot of people criticized Lance Armstrong's performance for being emotionless in the first half of his big confessional interview with Oprah Winfrey, but we knew from earlier reports he was going to at least tear up at some point. It came when he spoke of telling his kids the truth.
The Daily Show host confronts the epic meltdown of the once-beloved cyclist — and how he's trying to dig himself out of his own lies.
Today in books: Oprah's book club is back, e-books stands for "erotic," and the Vatican does not approve of nuns talking sex.
Three big names are reportedly departing SNL, Adrian Grenier has been banned from the Park Slope Food Coop, and Oprah just gives away her sweaty shoes, like that
Also: Gwyneth Paltrow insists she knows how to write a cookbook.
Chris Brown uncorks a truly awful pick-up line, Larry King and CNN are kaput after 27 years, and Oprah is considering a big-screen return.
After a long day of staring at Twitter, we're sharing our favorite tweets that made no sense.
That's 74 million more viewers than Oprah's cable network
Plus: Jennifer Lopez breaks her two week Marc Anthony silence
You can't really get more Oprah-like than that
Plus: Hillary Clinton may be backing Anthony Weiner
Also in Smart Set: Emma Watson gets bullied, Trump's pens a letter to Jerry Seinfeld
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