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Friday July 19

I know this was four years ago, but none of us will ever forget the moment that Kanye West jumped on stage and interrupted Taylor Swift's acceptance speech at the MTV Video Music Awards when she accepted the award for Best Female Video. Well one website got ahold of this audio that is supposedly Kanye continuing his rant backstage. Listen to it all right HERE.

"In Touch Weekly" says that "Glee" is going on hiatus to deal with Cory Monteith's death. A source says that his character Finn Hudson had a central storyline at the beginning of the upcoming fifth season so they have to do a lot of re-writing. That could push the premiere of the new season from September to November. The feeling is that Finn will be killed off.

If you just want to laugh this morning at the sheer stupidity of some celebrities. We have former "Teen Mom" and star of "Backdoor Teen Mom" to thank. Apparently, Farrah Abraham has no idea who Trayvon Martin was.

The nominees for "The Primetime Emmy Awards" were announced yesterday.  First the first time, Netflix entered the fray with 14 nominations, primarily for "Arrested Development" and the Kevin Spacey drama "House of Cards." Overall, FX's "American Horror Story:  Asylum" led all shows with 17 nominations and HBO led with 108 nominations. Here's a list of all the categories you care about:


Outstanding Drama Series:


"Breaking Bad"  (AMC)

"Downton Abbey"  (PBS)

"Game of Thrones"  (HBO)

"Homeland"  (Showtime)

"House of Cards"  (Netflix)

"Mad Men"  (AMC)


Outstanding Comedy Series:


"30 Rock"  (NBC)

"Girls"  (HBO)

"Louie"  (FX)

"Modern Family"  (ABC)

"The Big Bang Theory"  (CBS)

"Veep"  (HBO)



 Outstanding Reality Show:


"Antiques Roadshow"  (PBS)

"Deadliest Catch"  (Discovery)

"Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives"  (Food Network)

"Mythbusters"  (Discovery)

"Shark Tank"  (ABC)

"Undercover Boss"  (CBS)



Outstanding Reality-Competition Show:


"The Voice"  (NBC)

"Dancing with the Stars"  (ABC)

"So You Think You Can Dance"  (Fox)

"Project Runway"  (Lifetime)

"The Amazing Race"  (CBS)

"Top Chef"  (Bravo)



Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Series:


"Jimmy Kimmel Live"  (ABC)

"Late Night with Jimmy Fallon"  (NBC)

"Real Time With Bill Maher"  (HBO)

"Saturday Night Live"  (NBC)

"The Colbert Report"  (Comedy Central)

"The Daily Show With Jon Stewart"  (Comedy Central)



Outstanding Miniseries or TV Movie:


"American Horror Story:  Asylum"  (FX)

"Behind the Candelabra"  (HBO)

"Phil Spector"  (HBO)

"Political Animals"  (USA)

"The Bible"  (History)

"Top of the Lake"  (Sundance)



Outstanding Actor:  (Drama Series)


Bryan Cranston,  "Breaking Bad"  (AMC)

Hugh Bonneville,  "Downton Abbey"  (PBS)

Damian Lewis,  "Homeland"  (Showtime)

Kevin Spacey,  "House of Cards"  (Netflix)

Jon Hamm,  "Mad Men"  (AMC)

Jeff Daniels,  "The Newsroom"  (HBO)



Outstanding Actress:  (Drama Series)


Vera Farmiga,  "Bates Motel"  (A&E)

Michelle Dockery,  "Downton Abbey"  (PBS)

Claire Danes,  "Homeland"  (Showtime)

Robin Wright,  "House of Cards"  (Netflix)

Elisabeth Moss,  "Mad Men"  (AMC)

Connie Britton,  "Nashville"  (ABC)

Kerry Washington,  "Scandal"  (ABC)



Outstanding Supporting Actor:  (Drama Series)


Bobby Cannavale,  "Boardwalk Empire"  (HBO)

Jonathan Banks,  "Breaking Bad"  (AMC)

Aaron Paul,  "Breaking Bad"  (AMC)

Jim Carter,  "Downton Abbey"  (PBS)

Peter Dinklage,  "Game of Thrones"  (HBO)

Mandy Patinkin,  "Homeland"  (Showtime)



Outstanding Supporting Actress:  (Drama Series)


Anna Gunn,  "Breaking Bad"  (AMC)

Maggie Smith,  "Downton Abbey"  (PBS)

Emilia Clarke,  "Game of Thrones"  (HBO)

Morena Baccarin,  "Homeland"  (Showtime)

Christina Hendricks,  "Mad Men"  (AMC)

Christine Baranski,  "The Good Wife"  (CBS)



Outstanding Actor:  (Comedy Series)


Alec Baldwin,  "30 Rock"  (NBC)

Jason Bateman,  "Arrested Development"  (Netflix)

Matt LeBlanc,  "Episodes"  (Showtime)

Don Cheadle,  "House of Lies"  (Showtime)

Louis C.K.,  "Louie"  (FX)

Jim Parsons,  "The Big Bang Theory"  (CBS)



Outstanding Actress:  (Comedy Series)


Tina Fey,  "30 Rock"  (NBC)

Laura Dern,  "Enlightened"  (HBO)

Lena Dunham,  "Girls"  (HBO)

Edie Falco,  "Nurse Jackie"  (Showtime)

Amy Poehler,  "Parks and Recreation"  (NBC)

Julia Louis-Dreyfus,  "Veep"  (HBO)



Outstanding Supporting Actor:  (Comedy Series)


Adam Driver,  "Girls"  (HBO)

Jesse Tyler Ferguson,  "Modern Family"  (ABC)

Ed O'Neill,  "Modern Family"  (ABC)

Ty Burrell,  "Modern Family"  (ABC)

Bill Hader,  "Saturday Night Live"  (NBC)

Tony Hale,  "Veep"  (HBO)



Outstanding Supporting Actress:  (Comedy Series)


Jane Krakowski,  "30 Rock"  (NBC)

Jane Lynch,  "Glee"  (Fox)

Sofia Vergara,  "Modern Family"  (ABC)

Julie Bowen,  "Modern Family"  (ABC)

Merritt Wever,  "Nurse Jackie"  (Showtime)

Mayim Bialik,  "The Big Bang Theory"  (CBS)

Anna Chlumsky,  "Veep"  (HBO)



Outstanding Actor:  (Miniseries or TV Movie)


Michael Douglas,  "Behind the Candelabra"  (HBO)

Matt Damon,  "Behind the Candelabra"  (HBO)

Benedict Cumberbatch,  "Parade's End"  (HBO)

Al Pacino,  "Phil Spector"  (HBO)

Toby Jones,  "The Girl"  (HBO)



Outstanding Actress:  (Miniseries or TV Movie)


Jessica Lange,  "American Horror Story:  Asylum"  (FX)

Helen Mirren,  "Phil Spector"  (HBO)

Sigourney Weaver,  "Political Animals"  (USA)

Laura Linney,  "The Big C:  Hereafter"  (Showtime)

Elisabeth Moss,  "Top of the Lake"  (Sundance)



Outstanding Reality Show Host:


Ryan Seacrest,  "American Idol"  (Fox)

Betty White,  "Betty White's Off Their Rockers"  (NBC)

Tom Bergeron,  "Dancing with the Stars"  (ABC)

Heidi Klum,  "Project Runway"  (Lifetime)

Cat Deeley,  "So You Think You Can Dance"  (Fox)

Anthony Bourdain,  "The Taste"  (ABC)


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