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celine dion today inside her husband's emotional funeral. >> celine in mourning. the final farewell from montreal. >> you left me now with enough good memories of you to sh with my younger brothers. >> the moving tribute by renee's son, drawing cheers at the service. celine and the twins in black, the closed casket. >> i'll tell what you happened inside the basilica as we talk to their close friends united in grief. >> how are the kids doing through all this? >> then -- mariah carey's ne engagement by the numbers. the $7 million ring. her man's worth billions, but how much will they be worth as husband and wife?
charlie sheen. >> their nasty new legal war over millions and the claim he sent threats to their 10-year-old daughter via text. >> we're with icon carol burnett, her comedic favorites of today and what 82-year-old to say this -- >> my reaction was i was gob smacked. >> now in our 35th season, this is "entertainment tonight." celine dion's heartbreaking good-bye to her husband of 21 years. hi, everybody. welcome to "entertainment tonight." celine and her children were grieving at a state fune the man she called the love of her life. >> if you want to talk about the power of love, our cameron masterson was inside the basilica. >> thank you, kevin. so many of us loved celine but she has such a special connection with her canadian province of quebec. i lived here for 14 years.
like the royal family here. celine is the queen and renee was her prince. >> celine made her entrance holding hands with her 5-year-old twins nelson and eddie. as a recording of her voice singing in fench french echo eded through the clutch. celine and her family solemnly walked down the aisle. charles was linked arm in arm with her mother. then he laid a pillow on his father's simple closed casket. she placed purple lillies on top, a symbol of mourning. and renee charles took to the pulpit, very much a man.
memories of me to share with my younger brothers. you're a tough act to follow. but with your help, everything is going to be fine. >> when renee charles got up to speak, tears were flowing all around me. then they sank did he lean's due wet frank sinatra, it was almost too much. it was powerful. >> 13 cameras covered all angles of the religious ceremony from inside the basilica and outsid on the streets. >> yesterday at the wake, celine spent about seven hours accepting condolences from mourners including "e.t.'s" reporter. >> what did you say to her? >> you know what? i wanted to pay my respects for she and renee. i walked up to her and she said, hi. it's nice to see you again. and i told her i admired her for all of her s she said it was day by day but renee would want her to carry on. that's why she was there. renee actually planned the final
the grief. his close friends tell us he was a caring husband, father their eldest son renee charles is a major comfort to his mother. >> renee charles is a mature young man. he learned so much from his he spent so much time with his dad. he has been with renee so much the last 15 years. >> how is celine doing? >> listen, she was ready for this. i mean, i don't think you can environment are be ready. she spoke openly about this being her last christmas with him. so i think mentally she was ready for it. emotionally, i suppose you never are. >> well, certainly hope today's service brought clos celine and her family. the love was present in every corner of the basilica. she must feel comfort knowing how many people loved him. >> celine and renee certainly made a big impact in las vegas, of course. and renee will also be honored with a memorial at the caesar palace coliseum an february 3rd. now mariah carey and her billionaire boyfriend engaged. >> congratulations. you have that glow. >> last night james packer popped the question. first, the ring. >> that's a great ring, james.
a 35 carats, the same size as beyonce and kim kardashi combined. it is estimated to be worth about $7 million. not so crazy when you realize the australian businessman's fortune is estimated a billion. mariah's, not so bad $525 million. next number, months of courtship, about nine. she hinted about packer with me in april. >> do you think you'll ever look for love? >> i will never look f but if it stumbles upon me. >> they made the red carpet debut in september at the
>> it was a lot for him. i can't help it. >> mariah and james have four that's two each. the singer has been pretty open about packer on social media. we counted 8 pics of the new fiance on her instagram page. >> i've been living through you and your fabulous photos. you seem like you're in an amazing place right now. >> it's fun. i'm not going to lie. >> and now let's get to another >> here are the latest details. >> it's a nasty war of words developing between charlie sheen and his ex denise richards. it started in court documents in which richards claims that sheen has abandoned her trust he created for the kids. forced her to pay $15,000 a month rent after kicking her out
demanding over $1 million towards a new house. from denise's rep, she is fighting for her children. from charlie's lawyer, this motion is nothing more than money, money, money. denise's rep, this has nothing to do with her. the money is for her kids. this is about him providing for the children as he agreed to. >> charlie's lawyer responds and says denise got more than $600,000 a year tax free for ten years and she has another $7 million home paid for. stuck in the middle are the kids. denise claims charlie sent them horrific texts over the years such as "tell mom to go eat pork and die." and "have a merry christmas with your loser blank mom." charlie's lawyer says the texts were to denise and that she makes it almost impossible for charlie to be see his da it's such a sad contrast to what denise told us a few years ago.
nice that things are calm. >> we'll continue to follow this story and bring you the latest developments. >> we're just 16 days away from super bowl 50. and there is a big game going on. listen, plenty of us are tuning in for beyonce and cold play. and now we're getting an exclusive look at how chris martin and cold play are putting it all together. >> cold play's chris martin sweating bullets. after all, hefty super bowl 50 halftime show could be the most significant 12 minutes of his career. >> we would like to somehow honor the past and celebrate the present and look to the future. don't know how we're going to do that. >> this year's land mark anniversary adding just a bit of pressure. >> if we shoot it right, you have the hole stand behind it. there is a lot to capture. >> is there anything t you turn the strings and roll, roll, roll up, please. >> we have to really practice. >> of course, we'll be all over the halftime show and everything leading up to super bowl 50 on february 7th. now this weekend's championship game will decide if the patriots make it to the big game again this year.
eye on, devin mccordy. we caught up with his twin brother jason, a tennessee titan and, of course, momma mccordy. >> i always say, i think they're people more than they are football pl don't take it the wrong way. >> talking to momma, two things are clear, she doesn't play combination jersey and there is always going to be a little sibling rivalry. >> i can't say i hope you lose i want him to win. i won't go that far. but i guess he's a favorite twin now because he's doing a little bit more winning. >> i was absolutely disagree
>> and get this the twins had to share the spotlight with mom in their game day tradition campaign. >> this campaign was a perfect fit for my family. as a single mom, i raised my sons shopping at walmart. >> momma tells us walmart will also be her go to for the big game day party this sunday. >> i look at the products and i'm like wow, bounty, tide, those are things i used growing up that my mom introduced to me. and now i'm in my own household, i buy them and use them every day. me and dez thought we were going to be the stars. it was actually mom that is the star. it is really cool with the reverse the role and see her in that life. >> listen to this, we're teaming up with p & g to give away two sets of super bowl tickets. to enter, go to www.etonline.com and click super bowl button. >> coming up next, we're with grammy lifetime achievement in run dmc. >> then we're on the set of a madoff miniseries with richard
i can't wait for this show. it debuts on own tomorrow and "e.t." was first on the set. looking dapper, my brother. >> you pull it together, you know what i'm saying? you swag it out. >> winging it. trying to do our best. >> the very merry father of six and the oh, so single dad tyrese are the relationship experts on "it's not you, it's man". >> there is nothing more attractive than a smart woman. >> whether you truly love yourself, you take crap from no one. evolution of their "new york times" best seller manology. >> stars dropping by and sharing
furious co-star vin diesel. >> teesha campbell. >> amber rose. >> it's the show has hidden agenda, it might be web finally getting tyrese to settle down. >> of course, i would love to meet my wife one day. she's somewhere out there, somewhere. >> strong message to tyrese is pick one. they're begging you. pick one, tyrese. just one. they're all screaming at you. >> right here. >> watch the show. it's going to be good. >> up next, we're talk carol burnett about her incredible career and the huge honor she's receiving next weekend. >> then, the stars of the madoff miniseries on bernie and his wife. >> i don't believe she knew. >> plus, what pauley is telling us now about her co-star's exit from "ncis." >> it took him four hours to explain it to me.
meanwhile, news is breaking that michael weatherly is leaving. >> this is the sound of my heartbreaking. he was my brother. i love him with all of my heart. it's not my story to tell. it's going to be michael's sto to tell when he feels like it. another story, helping the homeless. you'll recall last november she was attacked by a homeless man. now she is working to help the estimated 44,000 home unless los angeles. so i have to figure out how to allocate the funds. >> by now you know paulie is one of my favorite people in the entire wor and i spent so much time with her over the years. and it's been cool to really watch her incredible work and dedication to advancing this cause. >> dirty little dish. turn around. great big dirty pond. >> that is richard dreyfuss playing bernie madoff in the miniseries which airs next
madoff is the investment manager serving 150 years in prison for ripping off his clients. we were first on the set. >> i can't take your money because it's just not enough for me to bother with. >> richard is kidding around, but the subject is deadly serious. madoff defrauded thousands of investors out of $65 billion in the largest ponzi scheme in history. his wife was blind to the scandal. >> all i do is hire the decorator. it is really complicated. i think they did love each other very, very deeply. i think -- i don't know that she environment really absorbed what happened. i don't believe she knew. >> they call me a fraud? i ran the biggest ponzi scheme in history. okay? within the biggest ponzi scheme in history. >> the abc miniseries is personal for richard.
savings to madoff. >> you know how i look at you? >> no. >> as a guy that doubled my money in six years. we talk to victims. none of them were millionaires. they were all secretaries and contractors and, you know, everyone assumes, wow, i lost money. must be really rich. they w and they're not. >> people give me their money and i make them richer than god. >> $50 billion. >> i'm exhausted after one scene. and this goes on and on and on. and always for a minute, that's the kind of actor you always want to work with. >> oh, stop. >> honest. i'm not lying. you know you want more. >> one, two, three. >> terrible. >> blithe and richard have a they first worked together in theater back in 1971. were kids when we began. >> yeah. >> we had none of this. >> we asked blithe if a certain famous family member ever paid a visit to her on the set while she was working and blithe said, no, because when she is working, she likes to stay focused. in other words, kids, don't
>> kids can be distracting no matter what age. >> i hear you. >> the screen actors guild awards are a week from tomorrow. one of the highlights will be whether carol burnett receiv the life achievement award. >> my dear friend julie andrews has a term that is british that i never heard before but learned it from her. my reaction is i was gob smacked. >> and we're pretty gob smacked ourselves when we think of the 60 plus years she's been entertaining us. we remember the show. >> two can play at that game. >> i don't think anybody had more fun than we had. >> but when the television icon says she's not interested in ever coming back to a full time series. well, we just will to get carol's take on the state of tv today. >> we just have the network breathing down our necks all the time. you do an hour and 15 minutes with all of the costume change
about two hours. whereas a lot of the shows, it's 22 minutes of show and will take five or six hours to take. it makes me crazy. it's because you're nitpicking everything and redoing stuff and redoing stuff until there is no spontaneity left. i couldn't could that. >> in spite of that, the comedy legend who paved the way for many of today's funnyyladies, says there are still plenty she admires in the business. >> i love amy and tina and kristen wig, maia rudolph. i think they're all quite wonderful. i love "house of cards" and good dramatic shows, yeah. >> i needed some grass and how i was supposed to know the guy was a nark? >> at 82, she continues to charm audiences with guest appearances like her recent role on "hawaii 50."
life achievement role, the only thing she has to died is who will play her? >> angelina jolie. i mean, who else? i am still cracking myself up. >> we asked carol which shows she enjoys watching to day. and she told us "the grinder." that is a big endorsement. carol burn sunset. >> love. in our "entertainment tonight" birthdays, which star would have preferred a life without any modern conveniences, diane lane, michelle pfeiffer or jodie foster? it has to be jody foster. the answer is coming up next at www.etonline.com, life after divorce. >> it's consuming our life. >> plus, is kate gossling keeping her kids away from her ex? john gossling's shocking new claims. >> i haven't seen my son in a year and a half. >> how do you co-parent? >> we don't. now the kids are stuck in the middle.
welcomes his baby boy. get delivery details on www.etonline.com. there are two democratic visions for regulating wall street. one says it's okay to take millions from big banks and then tell them what to do. my plan -- break up the big banks, close the tax loopholes, and make them pay their fair share. then we can expand health care to all, and provide universal college education. will they like me? no. will they begin to play by the rules if i'm president?
i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message. welcome back. in tonight's "e.t." birthdays, which star would have preferred a life without any modern conveniences? >> i love when there were horses and no engines or electricity. there was only fire for light. >> that is diane lane. she turns 51 today. i guessed it. >> we're out of time. here's one more thing we want you to check out before we say good night. >> bye, everybody. >> that is a new video from the soundtrack toed broadway show "finding never land." >> tell me about this video. >> i want to do my own twist it to.
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