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Last Update on November 24, 2015 08:10 GMT


NEW YORK (AP) -- They won't host "Saturday Night Live" like Donald Trump did. But NBC has agreed to give four Republican presidential candidates free air time -- because the network let Trump host SNL this month. After the show, John Kasich, Mike Huckabee, James Gilmore and Lindsay Graham complained about the time given Trump -- and the network calculated Trump got 12 minutes of face time. NBC will now give the four GOP hopefuls free airtime on affiliates in Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina. George Pataki also complained about the Trump appearance. The network didn't announce an agreement with his campaign but Pataki has told campaign supporters NBC had agreed to give him equal time, too.

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LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Derek Hough (HUFH) and his celebrity partners have won the "Dancing With the Stars" mirrorball trophy five times before. Tonight he can make it six. Last night, Hough and Bindi Irwin got two rounds of perfect scores from the judges. They also had the judges sobbing at the end of their emotional freestyle. Bindi didn't know it, but Hough arranged to have a photo of her and her late father, Steve Irwin, projected at the end of their freestyle. Nick Carter also makes it to tonight's finale with a double round of perfect scores. Alek Skarlatos is the third finalist. Carlos PenaVega won't be in the running. He was voted off last night, despite having perfect scores on his two final performances.

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007-a-09-(Carlos PenaVega, contestant voted off, during "Dancing With the Stars" broadcast Monday)-"much about myself"-Carlos PenaVega says he has no regrets, even though he won't be in the running for the mirrorball trophy. COURTESY: BBC Worldwide Limited and American Broadcasting Companies, Inc. ((mandatory on-air credit)) (24 Nov 2015)

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LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The kids of "The Voice" are fighting above their weight class. The young'uns made a big impression on the coaches last night. Emily Ann Roberts just turned 17. Coach Blake Shelton says America can thank her for bringing a classic country sound to network TV. Sixteen-year-old Madi Davis got raves from the coaches for her version of U2's "Love Is Blindness." And 15-year-old Braiden Sunshine did a soaring rendition of a song that is more than twice as old as he is. He did "True" by Spandau Ballet, which came out in 1983. Tonight, one hopeful will be sent home, cutting the field to the Top 10.

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LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The money outlook is a little better for "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay -- Part 2." But it still hasn't changed the overall picture. The final numbers show the final installment in the "Hunger Games" franchise took in $102.7 million in its debut weekend. That's higher than the studio-reported estimates that came out Sunday. But despite the increase, it's still the lowest debut of the four Hunger Games movies.


LOS ANGELES (AP) -- She can speak Spanish now. But Eva Longoria says there was a time she was like the main character in her new series "Telenovela" -- in that she didn't speak Spanish. But that didn't keep her from watching the Spanish-language soap operas that give her upcoming series its name. Longoria says the drama if a telenovela needs no translation. She says if you watch, "you are completely entertained, whether you speak the language or not." "Telenovela" gets a premiere on NBC next month before landing on the schedule in January.

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020-a-12-(Alex Meneses, actress, in AP interview)-"watched soap operas"-Alex Meneses says as a teenager, she often checked out the soaps. (24 Nov 2015)

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019-a-08-(Alex Meneses, actor, in AP interview)-"remember the actors"-Alex Meneses says she watched American soap operas when she was a teenager. (24 Nov 2015)

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WASHINGTON (AP) -- It's a repeat performance for Stephen Colbert. The Kennedy Center says Colbert will host next month's 38th annual Kennedy Center Honors. The show will be held on Sunday, Dec. 6. This year's recipients include Carole King, filmmaker George Lucas, actress and singer Rita Moreno and actress Cicely Tyson.


NEW YORK (AP) -- She's leaving "Fox & Friends" to be more of a mom to her kids. Elisabeth Hasselbeck says she's leaving the show to spend more time with her three children. She has been working with co-hosts Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade since September, 2013 -- but says now she wants to start her day with her children. Before doing the Fox show, Hasselbeck was the conservative voice on "The View." "Fox & Friends" is the top-rated morning news show on cable. Her last show will be Dec. 22.

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