Jessalyn Gilsig takes on the role of Siggy Haraldson on The History Channel's newest show, Vikings. We chatted with the actress about shooting on location in Ireland, working with Gabriel Byrne, and ridding herself of her "Hollywood needs" — including makeup — to achieve a viking look. Jessalyn also chatted about her Glee costar Heather Morris's pregnancy, saying, "She's going to be an amazing mother." Vikings airs Sundays at 10 p.m. EDT/9 Central.
In today's lead story out of Los Angeles, stars Hayden Panettiere, Connie Britton, and Mindy Kaling all spoke with us on the PaleyFest red carpet, and you'll never believe who Hayden wants as a guest star on Nashville.
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From Brad Pitt's cane to a tearjerker from Viola Davis, we are taking a look at some of the biggest moments of last year's Critics' Choice Movie Awards in this PopSugar Rush.
Michelle Williams got to work with her best friend Busy Philipps when she made a cameo at the end of the season-four premiere of Cougar Town last night. The close pals have spoken frequenly about their desire to work together again — they met making Dawnson's Creek in the '90s — and finally got their wish. See Michelle take on the role of Busy's sister!
Anne Hathaway stopped by The Daily Show this week to continue promoting Les Misérables ahead of this week's Critics' Choice Awards and the Golden Globes. Though Hathaway hasn't been shy about mentioning how depressing Les Mis is, she admitted that the cast did have a few laughs on the set. Watch as Hathaway discusses the surprising scene that had her giggling midsong, much to the confusion of her costars.
Chelsea Handler is known for giving guests on her talk show a tough time, so when her good friend Reese Witherspoon stopped by Chelsea Lately, she knew she'd have to be quick with the comebacks. The two joked about the gender neutrality of Reese's new baby, Tennessee's name, and Reese's early hesitation to share the unborn baby's gender out of fear of the news being leaked to the media.
Kristen Stewart swung by The Late Late Show in LA last night to chat about her new movie, On the Road. The film features lots of Kristen dancing and being spontaneous, and she chatted with host Craig Ferguson about what it was like on set. She had to go to great lengths for the part — find out what Kristen called "the most terrifying experience of my life." Kristen also confessed that the book on which the movie is based, Jack Kerouac's On the Road, was her first favorite book — ever.