Country superstar Garth Brooks spilled the beans when he stopped by Good Morning America. He’s embarking a new world tour in 2014!
An excited Brooks revealed to Robin Roberts he was returning to the music scene, now that his youngest was on the verge of leaving the nest. He previously announced retirement in 2000 to raise a family with wife Trisha Yearwood.
Watch the clip below to get the details!
Who are the most powerful women in the world, and what presence do they have in shaping daytime television? Forbes addressed the first part of that question in their annual ranking of the World's Most Powerful Women.
Among those associated with daytime who made the cut, Oprah Winfrey came in highest at No. 13. The former daytime talk show host, who still produces daytime programming (Dr. Phil, Dr. Oz, Rachael Ray) via Harpo Productions, was cited for the turnaround at her cable network OWN. READ MORE
"I have long admired Robin Roberts’s career and courage and am so honored to be publishing her book," said Jamie Raab, president and publisher of Grand Central, in a statement Wednesday. "Her story is both dramatic and inspiring, and will capture the incredible spirit that has endeared her to all of us who have followed her remarkable career and life." READ MORE
No more shaking it like a salt shaker for Ingo Rademacher. The General Hospital alum and partner Kym Johnson were voted off Dancing With The Stars on Tuesday night.
Hopefully this means Jasper Jacks can come home to Port Charles, and fast! Watch Rademacher and Johnson talk about their DWTS exit on Good Morning America after the jump!
Seth Meyers' former Saturday Night Live cohort Jimmy Fallon inheriting The Tonight Show means there will be a new host of Fallon's former show, Late Night. Enter Meyers.
The Weekend Update anchor discussed the transition on Today. Does Meyers have what it takes to compete in the late night talk show wars? Watch a clip after the jump!
If there's anyone who knows about taking massive media hits, while being the anchor of an NBC institution, it's Jay Leno. Perhaps this is why Today's embattled co-host Matt Lauer went on The Tonight Show Thursday to discuss, among other things, the rocky year he's been having. Watch a clip after the jump! READ MORE