FYI: What you missed this week in Hollywood
The Emmy awards were handed out. On Sunday, some of your favorite stars took home Emmys at the big awards show. Julia Louis-Dreyfus won Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for her role on 'Veep,' and Jim Parsons also took home a statue for his work on 'The Big Bang Theory.'
'The Voice' has its fastest four-chair turn ever. The hit show's fourth season premiered on Monday, and one contestant had barely begun singing when all four coaches turned their chairs around. It was hilarious to watch each coach battle for the amazing singer, who ultimately joined Aguilera's team.
Lamar Odom lashed out at his own father. The NBA star's father gave an interview in which he blamed the Kardashians for all of Lamar's problems. Once Lamar heard the harsh remarks his dad made, he took to his Twitter account to set the record straight.
Samuel L. Jackson blasted Barack Obama. The actor is has long been a supporter of the president, but in an explosive new interview, he didn't hold back when talking about him. Jackson criticized everything from the way the president speaks to his leadership skills. And he didn't stop there -- he also had harsh words for Republicans.
Leah Remini claims the Church of Scientology wants her to fail. On Monday's episode of 'Dancing With the Stars,' the actress opened up about quitting Scientology. She said that the church is hoping she will lose the show so they can say to their parishioners, 'You see what happens when you leave the church?'
Kate Gosselin is 'profoundly concerned' about her kids safety. Earlier this month, Jon Gosselin used a gun to fire a warning shot to scare a photographer off of his property. Sources say that Kate Gosselin is now trying to get a judge to appeal their custody order and to require Jon to keep all firearms locked up while the children are visiting him.