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Jennifer Lopez accepts Video Vanguard Award at MTV VMAs
Jennifer Lopez took home the prestigious Video Vanguard Award Monday during the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards following an energetic performance that celebrated her legendary career.
Lopez took the stage and sang a number of hit songs from over the years including "Ain't Your Mama," "Love Don't Cost a Thing" and "Get Right."
The singer, actress and dancer was also joined onstage by special guests DJ Khaled who acted as a hype man and rapper Ja Rule who performed with her two of their collaborative tracks, "I'm Real and "Ain't It Funny."
Additional moments included Lopez singing "Jenny From the Block" in front of an image of a New York subway and Lopez busting out her best dance moves.
Lopez, during her acceptance speech, discussed her career, her children, and her boyfriend, former baseball star Alex Rodriguez.
"I grew up on MTV, and this is really a tremendous honor for me. It has been an incredible journey of dreaming my wildest dreams and then kind of watching them come true," she said.
"You're like my twin soul. We are like mirror images of each other ... There's so much more to experience and there's no one else I'd rather do that with," she continued in reference to Rodriguez.
Rose McGowan responds to Asia Argento accusations: 'My heart is broken'
Rose McGowan responded Monday to the accusations surrounding her fellow #MeToo leader Asia Argento who, according to documents, has arranged to pay money to an actor for sexually assaulting him.
Argento, in October, accused Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein of sexual harassment alongside 13 other women. The actress and filmmaker also gave a speech at the Cannes Film Festival in May about Weinstein and his sexual misconduct through the years at the event.
"I got to know Asia Argento ten months ago. Our commonality is the shared pain of being assaulted by Harvey Weinstein," McGowan said on Twitter Monday.
"My heart is broken. I will continue my work on behalf of victims everywhere," she continued.
The documents state Argento arranged to pay $380,000 to actor Jimmy Bennett, 22, who says she sexually assaulted him inside a California hotel room when he was 17. The documents which contain Bennett's claims and the pay arrangement, were obtained by The New York Times via an encrypted email sent by an unknown party.
Bennett was 7 years old when he starred in the 2004 film "The Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things" with Argento, who played his mother. Argento also directed the project.
"I saw my husband in a photograph before I saw him. I knew when I saw his photograph."
--Kelly Ripa, on when she knew husband Mark Consuelos was "the one," on Radio Andy
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Which reality show is getting a reboot on MTV in 2019?
Jennifer Garner gets star on Hollywood Walk of Fame
Actress Jennifer Garner received the 2,641st star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Monday.
Garner, 46, was joined by her parents and three children, Violet, 12, Seraphina, 9, and Samuel, 6, as she was honored for her acting career in film and television at a ceremony on Hollywood Boulevard in California.
"For my children, when you walk over this star I want you to remember, first of all, that I love you and that this is about hard work and good luck and not a whole lot else. You define me, not this wonderful spot on the pavement," Garner said during her speech. "Also, for the record, don't spend too much time on Hollywood Boulevard."
Garner was born in Houston on April 17, 1972, and made her television debut in the 1995 NBC miniseries Danielle Steel's Zoya. She later starred in her first feature film, Washington Square, in 1997.
She went on to star as CIA agent Sydney Bristow on the ABC television series Alias for its entire five-season run and received Golden Globe and Screen Actors awards, and four Emmy nominations for outstanding lead actress.
Garner will next appear in the upcoming film Peppermint, set to release Sept. 7, and the HBO comedy series Camping, due to premiere Oct. 14.
Garner's 13 Going on 30 co-star Judy Greer praised the actress for her work ethic, acting range and personality.
"I know that a lot of times we like to think of the stars like they're really just like us, but I am here to tell you that Jennifer Garner is not just like us, she is better than us," Greer said. "Not because she's a star, but because that's just who she is."
Actor Bryan Cranston, a longtime friend of Garner's, recalled they took an intimacy course as they prepared to star as husband and wife in the 2016 film Wakefield. He called her a "darling human being" and marveled at her talent.
"Part of what I adore about you is your good spirit -- you're such a good sport -- and your willingness to try new things and to take risks," Cranston said.
Actor Steve Carrell, who starred alongside Garner in 2014's Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day joked about their time working together and watching her star in Alias, before delivering a heartfelt praise.
"She makes me laugh, she's fun to be around, she's a complete professional, she likes good pizza, she's a great listener and she's genuine," Carrell said. "What you see is what you get, she's exactly who you hope she's going to be."
Netflix renews 'GLOW' for a third season
Netflix has renewed its professional wrestling-based comedy and drama GLOW starring Alison Brie and Marc Maron for a third season.
Netflix made the announcement Monday on Twitter alongside a video of the cast saying the number three from throughout the program's first two seasons.
"Did you think we'd GLOW to Vegas without you? Let's do this #GLOWS3," the streaming service said in reference to how Season 2, which arrived in June, ended with the cast moving their professional wrestling program to Las Vegas.
Maron, along with other cast members, also commented on the Season 3 renewal on social media. "So, @GlowNetflix is coming back for round 3! Dig it. #vegas," Maron, who portrays director Sam Sylvia, said on Twitter.
"WHAT HAPPENS IN VEGAS GOES INTO YOUR TELEVISION. SEASON 3 @GlowNetflix BABY!! #glownetflix," Betty Gilpin, who portrays Debbie 'Liberty Bell' Eagan said on Twitter.
Chris Lowell, who stars as producer and announcer Bash Howard, posted on Instagram a photo of himself holding hands with Kate Nash who stars as Rhonda 'Britannica' Richardson. Lowell and Nash's characters were last seen at the end of Season 2 getting engaged.
"Season 3, Bebe!!! #glow #thomasthemannequin #brittannica #unrequitedlove #lizandcarlyonabench #vivalasvegas #vegasorbust #VegasorBASH," Lowell said.
Executive-produced by Weeds and Orange is the New Black creator Jenji Kohan, GLOW is inspired by the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling -- a real-life female wrestling league and television show from the 1980s.
GLOW received a number of Emmy nominations in July including for Best Comedy and for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy for Gilpin.
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The Hills will return to MTV as The Hills: New Beginnings.
The network announced the news at the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards, which took place Monday at Radio City Music Hall in New York.
Former The Hills stars Heidi Montag, Spencer Pratt, Audrina Patridge, Jason Wahler, Justin Bobby, Stephanie Pratt and Frankie Delgado reunited at the awards show. Montag and Pratt brought their 10-month-old son, Gunner.
"Ready for the #VMAs @mtv! Gunner's first trip to NY. #familyvacation #nyc," Montag wrote on Instagram.
The Hills: New Beginnings will follow the personal and professional lives of several original cast members, alongside their children and friends. The show is slated to premiere in 2019, according to Variety.
Lauren Conrad and Kristin Cavallari were not present at the VMAs and are not expected to take part in the reboot. People said Conrad is focused on motherhood and her other projects.
"She's in a different place in her life," a source said. "But she wants everyone to enjoy themselves. She wishes everyone the best."
The Hills initially had a six-season run from 2006 to 2010.