As we prepare for a summer full of reruns, there is light at the end of the tunnel. ABC Network just announced their proposed fall lineup at their annual Up Front event, and it’s gonna be good.
The star-studded roster on ABC this fall will include Dylan McDermott “The Practice”, Christina Applegate “Jesse”, Peter Krause “Six Feet Under”, Jerry O’Connell “Crossing Jordan”, Taye Diggs, Donald Sutherland, Angie Harmon, Amy Brenneman, Tim Daly, Chi McBride, Michael Vartan and Joshua Malina. Not bad, eh?
With paparazzi swarming all over the celebrity scene trying to get exclusive coverage of Hollywood Stars, there is a new way of securing the spotlight. Just ask Natalie Portman. She may be accessible 24 hours a day if tech-savvy businessmen have their way.
Wedding bells are ringing for MTV star Nick Cannon, who just proposed to longtime girlfriend, Victoria's Secret model Selita Banks. The Short-Circuitz host proceeded to give his soon-to-be bride a 12 carat diamond for her to show off to her girlfriends.
Cannon popped the question at the well-attended Costume Institute Gala at the Met.
After seeing the video of David Hasselhoff acting like a fraternity pledge who just slammed a bottle of vodka, a family court judge on Monday temporarily blocked him from seeing his two daughters. The fact that the video footage was shot by one of his teenage daughters only made matters worse.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Mark Juhas granted an emergency restraining order filed by Hasselhoff's ex-wife, Pamela Bach, who was present in court. Hasselhoff didn't attend the session.
Well doesn't this just change everything! Ty Pennington, the host of ABC network's reality TV series "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition," was arrested for a DUI in Los Angeles over the weekend - bound to tarnish his squeaky-clean, good-guy image.
In a statement released Monday by his publicist, Stan Rosenfield, Pennington said, "I made an error in judgment. We all make mistakes, however this is about accountability."
For those of you who were huge Melrose Place fans in the 1990’s (or soon to be fans now that the shows are on DVD), you may remember Heather Locklear and Jack Wagner steaming up your television each week. Ten years later, they may be up to their old tricks, but for real this time.
Reality shows are such an interesting phenomena. The aspect of having a camera around 24-7 makes most people pretty uncomfortable. For the stars of MTV’s The Hills, there is never a shortage in the drama department.
The reality show's second season ended with Lauren Conrad's roommate, Heidi Montag, moving out of their shared apartment to get a condo with her much-reviled boyfriend, Spencer Pratt. Since then, the relationship between the former best friends has disappeared faster than Courtney Love's waistline.