Oprah, Tina Fey, Neil Patrick Harris to Receive Stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

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... A bunch of TV stars are getting stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame! 2011 recipients include Oprah, Tina Fey, Neil Patrick Harris, Danny DeVito, and Ed O'Neill. [Variety]

... It's the How I Met Your Mother moment you've been waiting for! Wait, not that one. The other one: The return of Robin Sparkles. Cobie Smulders recently told the Seattle Post-Intelligencer that her character's Canadian pop-star past would resurface next season in the form of a variety show. Excellent. [Seattle PI]

... True Blood star Ryan Kwanten is penning a partially-tongue-in-cheek self-help book—and he might go on Oprah to promote it. Sounds like it'll make great bathroom reading material. [Access Hollywood]

... Even as Entourage enters its seventh season, the show still keeps pullin' in the stars for cameos. I don't know how they do it. Look for appearances by Lenny Kravitz, Diddy, and executive producer Mark Wahlberg in upcoming episodes. [PopWatch]

... CSI Miami star Eddie Cibrian will not be returning next season. His character, Cardoza, was added this past season to fill the hole left by Adam Rodriguez' departure, but Rodriguez is coming back in the fall to reprise his role as Delko. Alrighty then. [Ausiello]

... The premiere episode of Hot in Cleveland gave TVLand its highest ratings ever! Nearly 5 million viewes tuned in to watch Betty White's new sitcom, also starring Jane Leeves, Valerie Bertinelli, and Wendie Malick. Too bad the show kind of sucks. [Live Feed & Washington Post]

... Last night at Canada's BANFF festival, Ricky Gervais talked about his new comedy series, Life's Too Short, yet another collaboration with Stephen Merchant. He also said that it's supposed to be really funny. Tell me something I don't know. [THR]

... The rumors are flyin': Justin Timberlake may be headed to Glee next season to play—MAJOR DUH—Will's (Matthew Morrison) younger brother. Go forth and squee. [Digital Spy]

... Ugh, say it ain't so! Not only is CNN reportedly planning to phase out Larry King, but they're also supposed to replace him with Piers Morgan, who will keep his post as a judge on America's Got Talent but ditch his gig at Britain's Got Talent. [NY Post]


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