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T-W-O W-I-N-N-E-R-S: Spelling Bee crowns co-champs for first time in 52 years

The thrill of victory, the agony of defeat — the Scripps National Spelling Bee has it all, plus the joy that comes from watching delightful little nerdburgers blow everyone away with their uncanny ability to sound out works like “avellaneous” (a synonym of “hazel”) and “ptyalagogue” (“a drug or other agent that increases the flow of saliva;” can you spell “ew”?).

And naturally, this year’s Bee wasn’t short on memorable moments — especially at the end, when 14-year-old eighth grader Sriram Hathwar and 13-year-old seventh grader Ansun Sujoe became the event’s first co-champions in 52 years. (Previously, the Bee has ended in ties in 1962, 1957, and 1950.) READ FULL STORY

50 Cent throws truly terrible opening pitch at Mets game -- VIDEO

Great news for Carly Rae Jepsen: She’s no longer responsible for the worst celebrity first pitch ever.

That honor now goes to Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, courtesy of Tuesday night’s New York Mets-Pittsburgh Pirates game. Jackson wound up tossing the ball crookedly, to the area between home and first base. As the announcer for one station noted, “It’s good. He never [had to choose] between playing for the Mets and being a rapper.”

A laughing Jackson took it all in stride: While the pitch may not have met his pre-game Twitter promise of “This is gonna be good,” at least he’ll have his 14 Grammy nominations to fall back on.

Watch Curtis attempt to make the pitch (or die trying) below: READ FULL STORY

Lea Michele 'pleads the fifth' when asked about Matthew Morrison on 'WWHL' -- VIDEO

Rachel Berry would never – but Lea Michele kept her lips zipped when she appeared on Watch What Happens Live!, Bravo’s talk show/boozefest hosted by Andy Cohen, Thursday night.

Cohen didn’t waste any time before breaking out his signature game, Plead the Fifth. While he stayed away from asking Michele for details about this year’s Naya Rivera drama, he did bring up something the actress wrote in her just-released book: Prior to Glee, she said, she briefly dated co-star Matthew Morrison. In Cohen’s world, there’s just one inevitable follow-up question: On a scale of one to ten, how was Mr. Schu in bed?

Michele had the perfect dodge to get out of answering: Her dad was standing just a few feet away. Elsewhere in the game, she revealed that she’s never felt any of her plots on Glee came close to jumping the shark…which, I’m sorry, but HAHAHAHAHA. Remember just a few weeks ago, when Rachel quit her lead role on Broadway? Love it or not, that show has been finding new sharks to jump over since the first season…and yet, somehow, Rachel and Co. still have one more Glee season to go.

Watch the clip below: READ FULL STORY

It's true: Adam Sandler chooses movies based on where he wants to vacation -- VIDEO

Shocking news: Adam Sandler made Blended, his latest comedy costarring Drew Barrymore, not for the art of it, and not for the money — but to go on vacation. Really.

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Will Ferrell rocks out with Red Hot Chili Peppers on 'Tonight Show' -- VIDEO

Will Ferrell and Red Hot Chili Pepper Chad Smith could have been separated at birth: They’re both A+ drummers, and they look identical. Brother, Brother?

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Mitch and Cam finally got married on 'Modern Family' -- VIDEO

It finally happened: Cam and Mitch tied the knot on Wednesday night’s Modern Family season finale.

After many failed attempts to say “I do,” Jay told the pair they deserved the wedding they had always dreamed of — not a cramped living room ceremony. With that, everyone headed to the golf club for an outdoor ceremony, where Jay appeared to have a change of heart. When Mitch told his dad that he should take a seat before the ceremony started, Jay took Mitch’s arm and walked him down the aisle. Cue the happy tears.

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Charlize Theron and Josh Hartnett face off in charades on 'Tonight Show' -- VIDEO

Charlize Theron can do just about anything — except sing. Or win a game of charades.

The Million Ways to Die in the West star went on The Tonight Show Tuesday evening, where she teamed up with announcer Steve Higgins to play a game of charades against Jimmy Fallon and Penny Dreadful star Josh Hartnett. Meaning we got to see Theron act out all the ways one can commit murder when she picked Murder She Wrote as her clue. And we thought Monster was the end of her killing career!

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'Bones' season finale recap: Booth and Brennan's worst predicament yet?

A dark, scary cloud of paranoia loomed over tonight’s season finale of Bones as a the team unraveled a conspiracy. They could trust no one, they had to consider everyone outside of the inner circle a threat, and as Booth pursued his high-profile promotion within the FBI, they had more than ever on the line. READ FULL STORY

'Grey's Anatomy' season finale: Talk about it!

With one hour to go until we bid farewell to Cristina Yang — on the East Coast, at least — we invite you to chat about the episode here. Because it’s not fun to cry alone.

Oh, and to be clear, we will definitely be crying. After all, what would you do when saying goodbye to a friend? To Your Person?

If Twitter is more your thing, make sure you follow EW’s Grey’s Anatomy live tweet during the East Coast broadcast of the episode.

And come back to EW later for Samantha Highfill’s full recap.

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