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Big Brother 20

Big Brother 20

To make your predictions for each LIVE episode of "Big Brother," click on each question above. Below: Grab a contender from the left column and add it to the right column by clicking on the green + symbol. For the winner question, rank contenders based on likelihood of winning. Make your first picks now and then click "SAVE & NEXT" to jump to the next category. Change them later as often as you wish. Read contest rules. WEEKLY PRIZE: $100 Amazon gift certificate.
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Dancing with the Stars #21.01 ‘Season Premiere’

Dancing with the Stars #21.01 ‘Season Premiere’

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So You Think You Can Dance ‘Final 4’

So You Think You Can Dance ‘Final 4’

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Big Brother 17 ‘Week 10’

Big Brother 17 ‘Week 10’

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Project Runway #14.05 ‘Gunn and Heid’

Project Runway #14.05 ‘Gunn and Heid’

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America’s Got Talent ‘Semifinals, Week 1’

America’s Got Talent ‘Semifinals, Week 1’

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So You Think You Can Dance ‘Top 6 Week’

So You Think You Can Dance ‘Top 6 Week’

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Project Runway #14.04 ‘Fashion Flip’

Project Runway #14.04 ‘Fashion Flip’

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Big Brother 17 ‘Week 9’

Big Brother 17 ‘Week 9’

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America’s Got Talent ‘Top 36, Week 3’

America’s Got Talent ‘Top 36, Week 3’

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So You Think You Can Dance ‘Top 8 Week’

So You Think You Can Dance ‘Top 8 Week’

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Big Brother 17 ‘Week 8’

Big Brother 17 ‘Week 8’

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Project Runway #14.03 ‘Shut Up and Sew’

Project Runway #14.03 ‘Shut Up and Sew’

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America’s Got Talent ‘Top 36, Week 2’

America’s Got Talent ‘Top 36, Week 2’

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So You Think You Can Dance ‘Top 10 Week’

So You Think You Can Dance ‘Top 10 Week’

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Project Runway #14.02 ‘It’s All in the Cards’

Project Runway #14.02 ‘It’s All in the Cards’

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Big Brother 17 ‘Week 7’

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Oscars 2015 Nominations

Oscars 2015 Nominations

With fall film festivals on the horizon, it's time to start predicting the 2015 Oscars. Do you think you know already who will win? A lot can change over the course of a few months, as evidenced by the nail-biter Best Picture battles of the last two years: "12 Years a Slave" edging out "Gravity" in 2013, "Birdman" sneaking past "Boyhood" in 2014. But while this year's crop of films may be different, we could see a few familiar faces returning from last year's contest. -BREAK- Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu ended up winning three Oscars for "Birdman" as a writer, director and producer. He could add to that total with his followup, "The Revenant," which stars five-time Oscar also-ran Leonardo DiCaprio as real-life fur trapper Hugh Glass, who seeks revenge after being left for dead in 1823. Both of last year's lead-acting winners have the potential to repeat. Eddie Redmayne won Best Actor for playing ALS-afflicted scientist Stephen Hawking in "The Theory of Everything" and this year he makes another major transformation, into a transgender woman in Tom Hooper's "The Danish Girl." –WIDGET:1491– Julianne Moore won Best Actress as a professor with Alzheimer's disease in "Still Alice," and this year she stars in "Freeheld" as a police officer with terminal cancer fighting to give her pension benefits to her same-sex partner. Will either of them win a second straight Oscar? No actor has won twice in a row since Tom Hanks won Best Actor for "Philadelphia" (1993) and "Forrest Gump" (1994). They could have some familiar competition. Redmayne's rival Bradley Cooper, who contended for "American Sniper," has a chance to return to the Best Actor lineup as a self-destructive chef in "Burnt." He could also be a supporting nominee for his latest collaboration with director David O. Russell, "Joy." Moore could face her 2014 rival Marion Cotillard, this time as Lady Macbeth in "Macbeth," and they both may be up against last year's Best Supporting Actress nominee Meryl Streep as the title character in "Ricki and the Flash." They should both watch out for "Joy" star Jennifer Lawrence who won Best Actress in 2012 for another Russell film, "Silver Linings Playbook." A lead-actor candidate from 2014 could be recognized for a supporting performance this time around: Michael Keaton as a newspaper editor in "Spotlight." Keaton's "Spotlight" co-star Mark Ruffalo was also an Oscar nominee last year — Best Supporting Actor in "Foxcatcher" — but he could graduate to the lead race for the first time for this film. –WIDGET:– Other high-profile contenders hoping for recognition this year include Steven Spielberg, back with the Cold War thriller "Bridge of Spies" after contending in 2012 with the biopic "Lincoln." Angelina Jolie directed and stars in "By the Sea" alongside her husband Brad Pitt. Quentin Tarantino endured script leaks of his western "The Hateful Eight," but after almost canceling the film, it's now set for release on Christmas. Pixar hopes "Inside Out" will return the studio to the Best Picture race for the first time since "Toy Story 3" in 2010, while Oliver Stone hopes the biopic "Snowden" will bring him back to the Oscars for the first time since "Nixon" two decades ago. Veteran filmmaker Ridley Scott is hoping for his very first Best Director win for the sci-fi film "The Martian." He previously directed one Oscar champ for Best Picture ("Gladiator," 2000), but he has nevertheless lost all three of his directing bids. "Slumdog Millionaire" Oscar champ Danny Boyle helms the biopic "Steve Jobs," starring past nominee Michael Fassbender and from a script by "Social Network" screenwriting winner Aaron Sorkin. Cannes Film Festival champs "Carol" and "Son of Saul" hope to continue their success with recognition from the academy, while the critically hailed "Mad Max: Fury Road" aims to be a rare summer blockbuster welcomed into the Oscar fold. Then there's "Star Wars: The Force Awakens." No "Star Wars" film has contended for Best Picture since the very first one in 1977. Will director J.J. Abrams be the key to its comeback? To get started with your predictions, take a look at our previews for Best Picture, Director and the four acting races. Be sure to click on each film and person to read more about that contender. Then head over to our prediction center to log your forecasts for the eventual slate of nominees. (Sign in via Facebook or register for a free account in under a minute.) Remember to pick 10 films for Best Picture and five each of directors, actors and actresses. And while you are there, make predictions for the winners of the Emmys and MTV Video Music Awards.
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America’s Got Talent ‘Top 36, Week 1’

America’s Got Talent ‘Top 36, Week 1’

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So You Think You Can Dance ‘Top 14 Week’

So You Think You Can Dance ‘Top 14 Week’

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Big Brother 17 ‘Week 6’

Big Brother 17 ‘Week 6’

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So You Think You Can Dance ‘Top 16 Week’

So You Think You Can Dance ‘Top 16 Week’

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Big Brother 17 ‘Week 5’

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MTV Video Music Awards 2015

MTV Video Music Awards 2015

Taylor Swift reaped nine bids for this year's MTV Video Music Awards, for her single "Blank Space" as well as her collaboration with Kendrick Lamar on "Bad Blood," but Lamar actually surpassed her with a whopping 13 nominations total. (See the full list of nominations here.) The lion's share of Lamar's nominations came for "Bad Blood," which is up for Video of the Year, Best Collaboration and a sweep of professional categories: Best Direction, Best Art Direction, Best Cinematography, Best Editing and Best Visual Effects. Additionally, his video for "Alright" also competes for Video of the Year, along with Best Male Video, Best Hip Hop Video and Best Direction. His last two bids are for "Never Catch Me" with Flying Lotus. In addition to Swift's seven nominations for "Bad Blood," she contends twice for "Blank Space": Best Female Video and Best Pop Video. Next in line with six nominations is Ed Sheeran. Four of those are for the single "Thinking Out Loud": Video of the Year, Best Male Video, Best Pop Video and Best Cinematography. He contends twice more for "Don't": Best Choreography and Best Editing. Last year's nomination leader, Beyonce, dropped from eight bids to five, all for her hit "7/11." She'll battle Swift and Sheeran for Video of the Year and also competes for Best Female Video, Best Pop Video, Best Choreography and Best Editing. Also with five nominations are Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars, whose chart-topping collaboration on "Uptown Funk" resulted in bids for Video of the Year, Best Male Video, Best Pop Video, Best Collaboration and Best Direction. Diplo, FKA Twigs, Nicki Minaj and Skrillex trail with three bids apiece. Winners in most of the top categories will be decided by fan voting. This year's kudocast will air live across the MTV network of channels on Aug. 30 at 8 p.m. EST from the Microsoft Theater in the L.A. Live complex. Miley Cyrus, last year's winner for Video of the Year ("Wrecking Ball"), will host.
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So You Think You Can Dance ‘Top 18 Week’

So You Think You Can Dance ‘Top 18 Week’

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