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Earl Dittman

Digital Journalist based in Houston, TX, United States. Joined on Jun 23, 2009
Expertise in Music, Celebrities, Movies, Entertainment, Concerts

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Ellie Goulding heads to Bermuda Triangle for a Halloween treat

Ahead of her performance at Bacardi Triangle, an exclusive music event on a private island in the Bermuda Triangle, Ellie Goulding takes time out of her busy schedule to share a Cuba Libre with Savoy head barman Tom Walker. Cheers!

Surfer Greg Long heads back to the swells for ‘Big Wave Hellmen' Special

For the three-part X-Games series, the championship big wave adventure surfer joined four of his contemporaries in documenting their pursuit of the biggest waves on Planet Earth. The project offered Long a chance to reflect on his life and career.

In the streets with the epic William Pilgrim & The All Grows Up Special

With a seamless mix of Americana, soul, rock, blues and folk, Ishmael Herring and Philip Romero, the musical activists behind the hot, exciting duo William Pilgrim & The All Grows Up have released a stunning new album with 'Epic Endings.'

Blu-ray/DVD Essentials: Martin Freeman on his journey to 'Fargo' Special

In the hit cable series — an original adaptation of the classic film — the star of 'The Hobbit' and 'Sherlock' portrays a Minnesotan who embraces his dark side. The actor talks about his decision to do 'Fargo,' playing Lester and filming in Calgary.

James Marsden and Lady Antebellum find friends in low places

In a special appearance on 'On Air With Ryan Seacrest,' James Marsden, the star of the new film 'The Best Of Me,' joined the members of Lady Antebellum for a rendition of a Garth Brooks classic.

Blu-ray/DVD Essentials: Katey Sagal on 'Sons Of Anarchy' Special

For seven seasons, fans of 'SOA' have had an intense love/hate relationship with Gemma Teller Morrow. The brilliant actress who portrays the matriarchal head of the outlaw motorcycle club SAMCRO talks about portraying the mother of all characters.

Gay and straight marriages show similar longevity

A recent study revealed that the break-up rate for gay couples was comparable to the break-up rate for heterosexual couples.

'American Horror Story' gets 'American Crime Story' companion

Ryan Murphy, the inventor of the anthology series, has just landed another pick up deal with FX for 'American Crime Story,' a 10-episode series set to premiere in 2015. 'The People V. OJ Simpson' is the first entry for the 'AHS' companion series.

Morrissey on being treated for cancer: 'If I die, then I die'

The British singer/songwriter and one-time lead vocalist for The Smiths has admitted he has been suffering from cancer. And, in typical Morrissey fashion, the usually guarded music icon proclaimed, "Right now, I feel good...I'll rest when I'm dead."

'The Voice': Season 7, Week 2 - 'I sing the songs...' Special

In the second week of Blind Auditions, 24 talented vocalists and performers sang their hearts out for a position on Season Seven teams coached by Adam Levine, Blake Shelton and Gwen Stafani and Pharrell Williams on 'The Voice.'

So You Think You Can Dance hits the road to twist the night away Special

In an effort to bring the artistry and excitement of SYTYCD's eleventh season to fans across North American, the reality competition series' Top Ten contestants have slipped on their dancing shoes for a 72-date tour that promises to dazzle audiences.

Kevin Durand practices the Fet art of extermination on The Strain Special

According to the Canadian actor, if there's one man you’d want to have by your side during a vampire apocalypse it would be his vermin-killing character on the hit series. It’s a dirty job, but it’s one he and his Ukrainian alter-ego more than enjoy

Blu-Ray/DVD Essentials: Freddie Highmore checks into Bates Motel Special

The one-time child star of ‘Charlie & The Chocolate Factory’ says portraying the pathologically troubled Norman Bates on ‘Bates Motel’ — a modern-day prequel series based on the film ‘Psycho’ — feels completely natural to him.

Jewel writes and sings about a subject that hits close to home Special

Using her celebrity status to raise awareness about a cause close to her heart, the multiplatinum singer, songwriter and performer — who was at one time homeless — is hoping her latest song will help people rethink their perceptions of public housing.

Jimmy Page: Led Zeppelin reunion 'doesn't look likely'

At a press conference to promote the reissue of two seminal Led Zeppelin albums, the iconic rock guitarist said the chances of the band reforming don't look very good. However, Page is anxious to tour and play material spanning his entire career.

Experience the genius of Jimi Hendrix on Rdio

To commemorate the nationwide opening of the Jimi Hendrix biopic starring Andre "3000" Benjamin, Rdio, the free internet radio service has programmed the 'Jimi: All Is By My Side Station' for your listening pleasure....excuse me while I kiss the sky.

Stevie Nicks is still going her own way

The longtime Fleetwood Mac vocalist opens up about the making of her new solo album, her past pregnancy with The Eagles' Don Henley, what drove her into rehab, getting older and how she felt going through photos for her upcoming photography exhibition.

'The Voice' — Season 7, Week 1: 'I've got the music in me' Special

Sixteen lucky vocalists helped to kick off the 7th season of the hit singing competition show with grace and style. The gifted singers, who blew away Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Gwen Stafani and Pharrell Williams, talk about their debuts on 'The Voice.'

Katie Aselton continues to score comedic touchdowns in The League Special

Throughout six seasons on the riotous, laugh-packed FXX sitcom 'The League,' Aselton has injected her own brand of side-splitting estrogen into the series’ hilariously male-dominated world of fantasy football. And, fans just can’t get enough of Katie.

Blu-ray/DVD Essentials: Hugh Dancy serves up 'Hannibal' Special

Portraying the gifted but deeply troubled serial killer hunter for two seasons on the grisly hit series 'Hannibal,' Hugh Dancy knows practically everything about Special Agent Will Graham. He reveals some of the methods behind his character's madness.
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