Last Update on March 14, 2014 07:13 GMT
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- A guy got the bad news on "American Idol" last night. Ben Briley was sent home after the judges elected not to use their once-per-season save. Up to now, only girls have been in the bottom three this season and two have been sent home. But this week's bottom three also included Majesty Rose and Sam Woolf. Ryan Seacrest says 72 million votes were cast and only about 50,000 separated the bottom two. Keith Urban says the judges love Ben's voice, but he hasn't shown the growth needed to justify a save.
<<CUT ..001 (03/14/14)>> 00:13 "to the lounge (music fades)"
Host Ryan Seacrest announces the results of this week's vote. COURTESY: Fox ((mandatory on-air credit))
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Ben Briley, performing "Turning Home"
Ben Briley performing "Turning Home." COURTESY: Fox ((mandatory on-air credit))
<<CUT ..003 (03/14/14)>> 00:16 "with you tonight"
The judges have bad news for Ben Briley. COURTESY: Fox ((mandatory on-air credit))
"VERONICA MARS" - KRISTEN BELL
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Kristen Bell hopes the "Veronica Mars" movie attracts people who didn't see the TV show, but she's most interested in pleasing fans who helped pay for the movie. Fans contributed millions of dollars on Kickstarter. She says she hopes they like the movie because they "put their hard earned paychecks on the table." Veronica Mars opens today.
<<CUT ..004 (03/14/14)>> 00:15 "information you need"
Kristen Bell says they made sure people who hadn't seen the TV series would be able to enjoy the movie.
<<CUT ..005 (03/14/14)>> 00:15 "with the product"
Kristen Bell says it will be great if the movie attracts new fans, but she especially wants fans of the series who sent money to Kickstarter to help pay for the movie to like it.
KRISTEN BELL'S FIGHT TO KEEP CELEBRITY KIDS OUT OF THE TABLOIDS
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Kristen Bell says if the media don't identify kids when something bad happens to them, then paparazzi shouldn't be allowed to take their pictures without their parents' permission. Bell is asking the media not to use these photos and paparazzi not to take them. She says her daughter didn't sign up to be a celebrity and shouldn't have to "experience the negative effects" of the decisions her parents made.
<<CUT ..006 (03/14/14)>> 00:12 "those are important"
Kristen Bell says her fight against paparazzi taking pictures of celebrity kids without their parents' permission isn't a dig at celebrity parents who sell their kids' photos to the tabloids to raise money for charity.
<<CUT ..007 (03/14/14)>> 00:14 "as a minor"
Kristen Bell says paparazzi shouldn't be allowed to take pictures of her daughter.
"SINGLE MOM'S CLUB" - TYLER PERRY
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Tyler Perry doesn't think the large number of recent movies starring African-Americans necessary signal a trend. He says Hollywood "just follows the money." He says if his movie "The Single Moms Club" is a hit "then there'll be more stories like this." He says he looks at it from the business side, not an idealistic side that things might be changing in Hollywood. The Single Moms Club opens today.
<<CUT ..008 (03/14/14)>> 00:14 "should be celebrated"
Just like Jared Leto and other celebrities, Tyler Perry says he's honoring the single woman who raised him by making this movie. ((Leto is pronounced LEH'-toh))
<<CUT ..009 (03/14/14)>> 00:13 "hated it then"
Tyler Perry says he can appreciate as an adult the stories he listened in on when his aunts and sisters would take him to girly things.
<<CUT ..010 (03/14/14)>> 00:14 "go this way"
Tyler Perry says Hollywood is making more movies with African Americans because they're realizing that they're profitable.
ALAN THICKE REALITY SHOW
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Alan Thicke is getting his own reality show and his son Robin will pop up from time to time. The show will star Thicke, his wife Tanya and their 16-year-old son Carter. David Hasselhoff, Bob Saget, John Stamos and Tom Green will be among the guests. TVGN has ordered 14 half-hour episodes. The premiere is scheduled for April 16
AARON PAUL - THE PERFECT HUSBAND?
NEW YORK (AP) -- Is Aaron Paul the perfect husband? He and Lauren Parsekian have been married nearly a year. He tells People.com that she falls more in love with her every day. Paul says not a day goes by without him saying he loves her. He says "if you marry someone, you have to let her know how much you care." He says she's "the best wife and she should know that."
SHAILENE WOODLEY - TWILIGHT SETS BAD EXAMPLE FOR GIRLS
NEW YORK (AP) -- Shailene Woodley isn't a fan of the "Twilight" movies. She tells Teen Vogue they send a bad message to teens about love. She describes Bella and Edward's relationship as "very unhealthy" and "toxic." She says "she falls in love with this guy and the second he leaves her, her life is over and she's going to kill herself." She says "this is not going to help this world evolve."