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SAVED BY THE BELL UNAUTHORIZED TELL-ALL TV MOVIE TO AIR ON LIFETIME

Saved by the Bell” fans will get a look at the scandalous behavior that took place behind-the-scenes in a new tell-all Lifetime movie. The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story is based on interviews with former cast members, and chronicles the off-camera experiences of the stars from the popular 1990s series. The Saturday morning show’s original casting director, Robin Lippin, chose the six actors who will be featured in the TV movie. Check out the new cast photo here!

WILL SMITH'S DAUGHTER HAS TEN SNAKES SLEEPING IN HER ROOM AND SOME OF THEM ARE UNCAGED

The 13-year-old daughter of actors Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith is reportedly so obsessed with snakes she has as many as 10 as pets. And what's more, they sleep in her room and she even cuddles with them in bed, according to Us Weekly. “She has 10 sleeping in her room and some aren't in cages!” an insider reveals of the slithering reptiles. Willow Smith is said to have multiple slithery reptiles, and her brother Jaden Smith is said to be a fan of them too. The publication reports that Willow got her first boa constrictor back in 2008, when she was just seven years old. The female, named Beauty, became an instant hit with the whole family upon arrival, with mom Jada telling Redbook during a July 2013 cover story that having the constrictor in the house helped cure her fear.

ADAM LEVINE SAYS THE VOICE "HAS GOT A WAYS TO GO" TO MATCH "AMERICAN IDOL," CITES "PROBLEMS" WITH SHOW

The Voice continues to be a hit for NBC, while American Idol ratings are falling.  But even Voice coach Adam Levine admits that his show hasn't come close to being the cultural juggernaut that Idol has been for the past decade or so. Asked by Rolling Stone magazine if he's been surprised at the "decline" of American Idol, Adam replies, "Idol has to be satisfied with what they've accomplished.  The Voice is very successful, but it's got a ways to go if it wants to have as profound an impact as Idol. I'm not going to lie to you: I think there are problems." Among those problems, says Adam, is the failure of the show's winners to become multi-platinum recording stars. "Millions of people watch the show every week and fall in love with a singer, then you don’t hear much from them," he tells Rolling Stone.  "We haven’t had a breakout success, like Kelly Clarkson or Carrie Underwood."