LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Jimmy Kimmel won't be going it alone with his new ABC late-night entertainment show.
"Jimmy Kimmel Live," scheduled to debut with a special on Super Bowl Sunday, Jan. 26, will feature rotating co-hosts, ABC said Monday. The co-hosts were not announced.
Kimmel, co-host and co-creator of Comedy Central's "The Man Show," is taking over the time slot once held by Bill Maher's "Politically Incorrect," which went off the air last June.
Beware: Osbourne's live
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The censors may have to stay on their toes when Ozzy Osbourne and his family host the 30th annual American Music Awards.
The three-hour special is scheduled to air live on ABC, starting at 7 p.m. CST Jan. 13.
The heavy-metal icon, his wife, Sharon, and two of their three children are notorious for their profanity-laced misadventures on the reality show "The Osbournes." The second season of the MTV series begins Nov. 26.
Chan joins protest
HONG KONG (AP) -- Action film star Jackie Chan joined nearly 300 people in a protest to condemn a tabloid magazine for featuring a picture of an actress believed to have been photographed topless against her will years ago.
The Oct. 30 issue of Eastweek showed a photo of a half-naked famous local actress, with her eyes and breasts obscured. Although the magazine did not identify her, it is widely believed to be Carina Lau.
Lau, her boyfriend, actor Tony Leung, and other local stars also took part in Sunday's protest outside the Hong Kong government headquarters.
The Eastweek article reported that the star was forced to be photographed.
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