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Kara Zor-El (Melissa Benoist) has been fighting some serious self-esteem issues over the past few weeks of Supergirlas she tries to prove she's as good as Superman, or as charming as Lucy Lane (Jenna Dewan-Tatum) or a capable female superhero.
What if she ate all those sticky buns and couldn't stay a Size 2?
What if she woke up with pimples and had legitimate cause to wonder how she could ever be as pretty as Lucy?
A brand new teaser for Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice debuted during Monday night's episode of Gotham, and let's just say it leaves Gotham's protector hanging in a rather sticky situation before a tense face-off with his opponent.
The short sneak peek ends with the reveal that the full trailer will be released during Wednesday night's Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Take a look at the new clip:
Holland Taylor, well known for her many roles including bisexual grandmother Evelyn Harper on Two and a Half Men, recently revealed that she's in a long-term relationship with a younger woman, People reports.
The 72-year-old said on WYNC's Death, Sex & Money podcast that she's in her first deeply committed relationship ever, and that she's not interested in making a big political statement about being gay.
Each of the three years Ricky Gervais hosted the Golden Globes, he was Hollywood's notorious poster boy for giving zero sh--s: mocking celebrities' plastic surgery, making light of their addictions and hinting at gay rumors.
Given that their run coincided with higher ratings than his --hitting 20.9 million viewers in 2014, a 10-year high for the program--and critics thought FeyPo had all Gervais' bite without his smug sting, Ricky's reign really did seem over.
Unfortunately, Gervais' reps didn't respond to an interview request, but TVGuide.com talked with Globes insiders and industry experts to find out why the brash Brit is returning for Round 4.
The Globes asked Gervais to return: "We approached him," says Paul Telegdy, president of alternative and late-night programming at NBC, which broadcasts the Globes.
Ricky Gervais fits the Golden Globes persona: "What makes the Golden Globes special," says Lorenzo Soria, current HFPA president, "and the reason why so many people love our show, is the unexpected--what you cannot plan, script."
The Globes is considered the "fun" awards show, a place where Hollywood's elite from both TV and film can openly imbibe and not take themselves too seriously.
Outrage, rumors and conspiracy theories--like the one that Gervais had been yanked off the show mid-broadcast in 2011 when he disappeared for nearly an hour--give the show priceless publicity.
What will he do?
The investigative journalism procedural "Spotlight" has won best feature at the Gotham Independent Film Awards.
Tom McCarthy's drama about the Boston Globe's Pulitzer Prize-winning reporting on sex abuse by Catholic priests also was honored for best screenplay and given a special award for best ensemble.
The 25th annual Gotham Awards were held Monday night at Cipriani's Wall Street in lower Manhattan and hosted by Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson of "Broad City.