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Eric Liebowitz/NBC(NEW YORK) -- The 10th anniversary season of NBC's America's Got Talent gets under way Tuesday night, and host Nick Cannon says this time around, you'll definitely see things you haven't seen before.

"I definitely say this each and every season, that this is the biggest and best season, but I’m so telling the truth about season 10 because this is the most extreme season," he tells ABC Radio while makig the promotial rounds for his #LoveSnapple campaign. 

"We did so many things that have never been done on the show before by focusing on extreme acts, and when we say extreme I mean everything from like Olympic activities to motocross to people blowing themselves up, setting themselves on fire. They’re really trying to take it to the line on season 10 and we had a lot of fun with it."

Aside from featuring more "extreme" kinds of acts, Cannon reveals they've also stretched the meaning of "America" in the title of the show.

"Another thing that’s interesting about season 10 is that we’ve kind of gone outside of the idea of just America. We’ve opened our doors and allowed any international talent to come in and be the best talent in America so, a lot of times it’s always been, 'Well we want you to be from America,'" Cannon says.  "But I think this time we’ve taken some of the best talent from around the world and displayed it for America."

When asked if there will be any kind of retrospective looking back at the past 10 years, Nick replies: "You know what, I didn’t think about that. It possibly may be towards once we get to the live shows at Radio City because I know they’re talking about bringing a lot of the winners back."

Cannon, an all-around entertainer -- he acts, he sings, he does comedy -- revealed which of his particular talents he would show off if he were to audition for the show.

"I would wanna put my best foot forward. So the things that I’m probably the best at…Man, I mean, I’ve never seen anyone act on America’s Got Talent so I don’t think you can come and like perform a monologue or a scene, so it’d probably be stand-up comedy," he says.

You can catch the 10th-season premiere of America's Got Talent at 8 p.m. ET.  

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ABC/Rick Rowell(NEW YORK) -- Several men fought for the "Bachelorette's" love -- literally -- on Monday night's episode of the ABC series.

For her first group date of the season, Kaitlyn Bristowe invited eight bachelors to a boxing gym, where they were trained by a team led by retired boxer Laila Ali, the daughter of Muhammad Ali. Kupah appeared to be so focused on his training that Kaitlyn said she almost forgot he was on the date. We'll get back to Kupah in a little bit.

The guys put their newfound skills to the test in a boxing tournament, which culminated with a match between Jared and Ben Z. in the finals. Jared was knocked down hard by Ben Z., and was checked out by a doctor afterward. He commented, "The room isn't spinning, but it's kind of wobbly."

Jared was taken to the hospital, but he made a dramatic return later on, while Kaitlyn was getting better acquainted with the other seven men on the date. She received a cryptic note stating, "Come downstairs right now, I need to see you." The message turned out to be from Jared, who was waiting for her outside. She gave him a kiss, which may have helped him recover from his loss to Ben Z., at least until Ben Z. received the group date rose.

Clint, an architectural engineer from Chicago, made a splash with Kaitlyn on their one-on-one date. They took part in an underwater photo shoot, which included some pics of the two kissing. Kaitlyn gave Clint a rose at the end of their date, and she declared to the cameras that he's "just a hunk of a man."

Seven of the other bachelors were brought to a comedy club for the second one-on-one date. There, they met comedienne Amy Schumer, who helped them prepare for stand-up performances. Most of the men acquitted themselves well on stage, though Tony the healer rambled on about how grateful he was for the opportunity, and did not say anything particularly funny.

Afterward, Kaitlyn had a nice makeout session with Joe, but opted to give the group date rose to JJ, citing his "soft, sensitive side."

Kaitlyn's first real drama with a man this season came courtesy of Kupah, who believed she hadn't been paying enough attention to him. She was surprised, considering she felt the same about him during the group date at the boxing gym. Kaitlyn thought Kupah hadn't given the Bachelorette process a chance and was questioning her too much.

"To be honest I felt the connection until right now, and now I feel like we're on different pages," she told him.

The rift between Kaitlyn and Kupah grew after he recounted their conversation to the other guys. She pulled him aside and informed him she was sending him home, before the rose ceremony. He protested, saying, "I think you're hot, I think you're sexy."

Kaitlyn was not flattered. She quickly replied, "There's more to me than that."

Kupah did not go quietly into the night. He was extremely agitated as the Bachelorette crew tried to conduct a post-elimination interview with him outside the mansion. Things became so heated that Kaitlyn stepped outside to intervene. We'll find out what happened next when a new episode of The Bachelorette airs next week.

Monday night's episode also confirmed the rumors that the second "Bachelorette," Britt Nilsson, who was voted off the show by the men, is now dating Brady Toops. You'll recall that Brady quit the competition to follow his heart and chase after Britt.

We saw footage of Brady showing up to Britt's room, eating ice cream with her in public, and just being romantic with her.

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Will Hart/NBC(NEW YORK) -- After six years in and out of court, one actress’ personal drama might be coming to an end.

A California judge sided with Gossip Girl star Kelly Rutherford in a custody dispute on May 22, awarding her "sole and legal" temporary custody of her children, Hermes, 8, and Helena, 5, allowing her to retain their U.S. passports so they can return home from Europe, where they’ve been living with their German father and Rutherford’s ex, Daniel Giersch, since 2012.

Rutherford filed for divorce in 2009 and the former couple was supposed to share custody of their children. But when Giersch was refused re-entry to the United States following a trip abroad, a judge ruled Hermes and Helena should reside in France with their father. Rutherford had to fly abroad to visit them.

Rutherford wasn't accused of any wrongdoing. In fact, the judge agreed that Rutherford had been an excellent parent, but nevertheless felt that it would be in the "best interest" of the children for them to be in one place -- even if it was outside the United States -- rather than having them fly to see their father.

“I know it’s not right. Parents know,” the actress told ABC News in April. “Everyone knows it’s not right.”

But the 46-year-old mother says when she arrived in France on Thursday, Giersch would not allow her to see the kids until she handed over their passports, prompting her to ask a California court to intervene.

Rutherford first took her case to federal court where her request to get her kids back was denied.

She’s traveling to Monaco this week to retrieve her children, telling ABC News she is “optimistic that Mr. Giersch, after reviewing the order, will cooperate fully.”

Her attorney adds, “Ms. Rutherford is grateful for the decision rendered by the California court and is looking forward to being reunited with her children. We are now focusing all of our energies on obtaining the return of the children from Mr. Giersch.

Giersch has not returned ABC News’ request for a comment.

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David M. Benett/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Actor Omar Sharif, best known for his roles in iconic films like Doctor Zhivago and Lawrence of Arabia, has Alzheimer’s disease, his agent confirmed to the Los Angeles Times Monday.

Sharif’s London-based agent, Steve Kenis, said the 83-year-old was resting at his home in Egypt. No further details about his condition were given.

The actor’s son, Tarek El-Sharif, first reported his father’s illness to the Spanish newspaper El Mundo on Saturday.

The Egyptian-born Sharif received an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor for his role in 1962’s Lawrence of Arabia. It was his first English-speaking role. He played the title role in 1965’s Doctor Zhivago, and also starred opposite Barbra Streisand in 1968’s Funny Girl

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Macall B. Polay/courtesy of HBO(NEW YORK) -- SPOILERS AHEAD: Game of Thrones may have noticed that Sunday night's episode featured a scene that hasn't yet happened in the books.

Tyrion Lannister and Daenerys Targaryen finally came face-to-face.

“Creatively it made sense to us, because we wanted it to happen. They’re two of the best characters of the show. To have them come so close together this season, then have them not meet felt incredibly frustrating," showrunner David Benioff told Entertainment Weekly. "Also, we’re on a relatively fast pace. We don’t want to do a 10-year adaptation of the books, we don’t want to do a nine-year adaptation. We’re not going to spend four seasons in Meereen. It’s time for these two to get together."

"It’s hard to come up with a more eloquent explanation, but this just felt right," he continued. "[Varys] puts Tyrion’s mission out there [in the season premiere] and the mission ends in Meereen.”

In the episode, the two characters meet in a pit, and will have their first conversation in next week's episode. Benioff said that some may find their meeting blasphemous, but he's "excited" about it.

"We can’t not do something because we’re afraid of the reaction," he said. "I like to think we’ve always done what’s in the best interest of the show and we hope most people agree.”

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Peter Kramer/NBC(NEW YORK) -- Veteran actress and comedian Anne Meara died Saturday at the age of 85.

Just two days later, her son, Ben Stiller, thanked fans for their support.

"Thank you so much for all the kind words about Anne," he tweeted Monday. "All of us in our family feel so lucky to have had her in our lives."

Meara's career spanned six decades and multiple platforms, though she's perhaps best known for her work on TV and radio. She was nominated for four Emmys and won a Writers Guild Award for co-writing the 1983 TV film The Other Woman.

She is survived by her husband of 61 years, Jerry Stiller; two children, Ben and Amy; and grandchildren.

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Buena Vista(NEW YORK) -- Disney's latest film landed in first place during the four-day Memorial Day weekend.

Tomorrowland, starring George Clooney, earned an estimated 41.7 million dollars from Friday through Monday to debut in the top spot.

The previous box office champ, Pitch Perfect 2, slipped to second place, collecting 38.5 million during the same time frame.

The horror remake Poltergeist opened in fifth place, with 26.5 million.

Here are the top 10 movies from Friday through Monday, with estimated ticket sales, according to Rentrak:

1. Tomorrowland, $41.7 million
2. Pitch Perfect 2, $38.5 million
3. Mad Max: Fury Road, $32.1 million
4. Avengers: Age of Ultron, $27.8 million
5. Poltergeist, $26.5 million
6. Hot Pursuit, $4.6 million
7. Far From the Madding Crowd, $3 million
8. Furious 7, $2.8 million
9. Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2, $2.5 million
10. Home, $2.4 million

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Dana Edelson/NBC(NEW YORK) -- Netflix has released a trailer for A Very Murray Christmas, its upcoming Christmas special starring Bill Murray set to debut in December.

The 24-second trailer, which is clearly a nod to his role in Lost in Translation, features a signature shrug from the actor while he dons a pair of headband antlers and gazes glumly out a Carlyle Hotel window at the New York City skyline -- all set to a score of jazz piano.

It's no coincidence that the trailer looks like the hit 2003 film. The special reunites the actor with Sofia Coppola, who last directed Murray in Lost in Translation, for which he earned his first Oscar nomination of his career.

A Very Murray Christmas pays tribute to the classic variety show and features Murray as the host, according to Netflix.

In the special, a snowstorm hits New York City and Murray worries that none of his guests will be able to make the trek, according to Netflix. But with a combination of divine luck and perseverance, he ends up partying the night away with countless A-list guests at The Carlyle Hotel.

The cast of partiers includes highly notable names, including George Clooney, Dimitri Dimitrov, Michael Cera, Chris Rock, Amy Poehler, Maya Rudolph, Miley Cyrus, Jason Schwartzman, Rashida Jones and more.

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Virginia Sherwood/NBC(NEW YORK) -- Blythe Danner doesn't go online. One reason? It would be tough for her to read criticisms of her daughter, Gwyneth Paltrow.

"I don't like to read stuff. I don't even know what they write," she told Vulture. "I'm told, but it's hurtful to see things written about your baby."

Danner added that she struggles with making "my brain and my fingers cooperate with the text. I'm just a mess."

While she believes she belongs in "another era," she does break her self-imposed Internet ban to read Paltrow's lifestyle website, Goop.

"I'm a devoted mother. That's the one thing I know how to do," she said. "She's a very bright, brilliant girl, my girl. She's really handled all of her life quite well. She's got a thick skin, which we all have to have in this business."

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David Welker/TLC(NEW YORK) -- In the wake of Josh Duggar admitting that he inappropriately touched minors several years ago as a teenager, TLC has pulled the show in which he's featured with his large family, 19 Kids and Counting.

In a statement to ABC News, the cable network said: "Effective immediately, TLC has pulled all episodes of 19 Kids and Counting currently from the air. We are deeply saddened and troubled by this heartbreaking situation, and our thoughts and prayers are with the family and victims at this difficult time."

The firestorm started when In Touch magazine reported that Duggar was investigated in 2006 for alleged misconduct starting when he was 14 years old.

Duggars' representative did not immediately respond to a request for comment, but in a statement first provided to People magazine and then posted to Facebook, Josh admitted, "Twelve years ago, as a young teenager, I acted inexcusably for which I am extremely sorry and deeply regret. I hurt others, including my family and close friends. ...I sought forgiveness from those I had wronged."

Josh, now 27, admitted he told his family, including his wife Anna, of his actions and received counseling.

People magazine added that Josh has now resigned from his position at the Family Research Council.

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Timothy White/E!(LOS ANGELES) -- Kim Kardashian is a reality star, clothing designer and a book author -- and is now firing back at her critics who say her career is easy.

"I get more fed up with questions like -- I was traveling recently and I was doing a press day and people were like, 'How do you feel when people say what do you do?' And I'm like, I'm here working aren't I? Like, I'm here to promote something," she told Access Hollywood.

Kim fires back at those people: "I said, 'Hey why don't you do this -- tell someone else that you think can do it. Tell them to do everything that I've done in my career and see if they end up where I'm at. Try it. Just try it. I dare you."

Kardashian also said she ignores most of the criticisms online, but she does have her boundaries. "I will block someone if they say something negative about my daughter," she said.

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Paul Drinkwater/NBC(NEW YORK) -- Now that George Clooney is a married man, he's getting used to being asked repeatedly if he and wifeAmal Clooney are going to have kids.

"I just did a junket," Clooney said about his new film, Tomorrowland. "Each of the outlets has a different version of how to get to it. They'll be like, 'There's a kid, who plays you as a young guy George' and I go, 'Yeah.' [Then they go] 'Does it ever make you want to have a little George?'  There's always some way in."

The actor stopped by Popcorn with Peter Travers to chat not only about his new film, but married life.

"I'm a happier person," he said of being a newlywed. "We have a very happy life. We enjoy many of the same things and I very much enjoy the projects she takes on, because they have real consequence."

Clooney said his lawyer wife doesn't get involved in his work, but she offered to take a teaching job for three months while he was working in New York on a movie directed by Jodie Foster.

"I said, 'I gotta be in New York for three months.' She's like, 'Okay, I can do that.' Then she says, 'You know what I'll do, I'll take a teaching job at Columbia,'" Clooney explained, the joked, "I'll take a teaching job at Columbia, too.  So, we are able to adapt. I'll go to London and spend a little time in London while she can work and we'll be able to move back and forth."

Clooney added that Amal watches his films, but isn't a fan of all of them. "She didn't like Gravity. She felt that I floated off in space a little too soon," he said.

Clooney's latest film, Tomorrowland, is in theaters now.

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Buena Vista(NEW YORK) -- Here's a look at the new movies opening nationwide Friday:

Tomorrowland -- In the Disney film, George Clooney is a former boy-genius who, along with a bright teen, attempts to uncover the secrets of a mysterious place called "Tomorrowland." Hugh Laurie, Britt Robertson, Raffey Cassidy, Tim McGraw, Judy Greer, Kathryn Hahn and Keegan Michael-Key also star. Rated PG.

Poltergeist -- The horror remake focuses on evil spirits that snatch a young girl from her family. Sam Rockwell, Rosemarie DeWitt, Jared Harris and Jane Adams star. Rated PG-13.

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Jeffrey R. Staab/CBS(NEW YORK) -- David Letterman's Late Show swan song brought in big ratings for CBS.

Wednesday night's broadcast of Late Show, which marked the end of Letterman's 33-year run on late-night TV, averaged 13.76 million viewers. It was the program's largest audience since February of 1994, when an episode of Late Show followed CBS coverage of the Winter Olympics.

The Letterman finale boosted the audience for The Late Late Show with James Corden, which averaged four million viewers, the program's biggest-ever audience with any host.

Stephen Colbert succeeds Letterman as Late Show host in September.

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Enjoy lively conversation with friends, connect with art, listen to music hosted by John Wakefield and featuring a guest musician, and snack on tasty food and drink.

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Get ready for an event unlike any other! Louisiana’s own Chef John Folse has graciously agreed to donate his culinary talent and goods for St. Mary's Greco Bowl 2015. Featuring a delicious soup, salad, and dessert, guests are promised to walk away filled with a flavorful meal. Chef Folse will also provide a cooking demonstration that will include a discussion of the many delicacies that come from our beautiful state.

A cash bar and silent auction will also be part of the festivities, as well as bowls hand painted by the residents of St. Mary’s.

Proceeds of this event help to improve the quality of life for the residents of St. Mary’s. Each ticket is $100.00. Seating is limited to 98 individuals.

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