According to reports, a dizzy spell is what caused comedian Jerry Lewis to drop out of a London charity performance Sunday night. The 76-year-old who is suffering from pulmonary fibrosis is planning to return to the U.S.
Folk singer Gordon Lightfoot, who was hospitalized Saturday in Ontario, underwent stomach surgery for an unspecified ailment Sunday. The 63-year-old "If You Could Read My Mind" crooner remains in intensive care, but is said to be doing better.
A congressional committee today urged the Justice Department to begin a criminal investigation into whether Martha Stewart lied about receiving insider information before selling her ImClone stock. The domestic diva has denied that she did anything wrong.
It's official: 'N Sync singer Lance Bass has been grounded. The Russian Space Agency informed NASA via fax on Monday that the 23-year-old won't be flying to the international space station next month. Producers promoting Bass's space journey failed to come up with the $20 million fare.
The fall TV season has only just begun, yet you might well find yourself crying, "Reruns already?!" Why? Although ABC's That Was Then and WB's Do Over differ a bit in tone the former is earnest to a fault; the latter, sweetly goofy the comedies have the same premise: grownup gets zapped back to the 1980s to relive his adolescence. And the parallels go way beyond greed-decade music cues and retro fashions.
THAT WAS THEN
Hapless hero: Travis, an almost-30-year-old door salesman, wonders, "Is it wrong when an 11-year-old is cooler than you?"
Shock treatment: Travis wakes up in 1988 after lightning sends a jolt of
electricity through his stereo headphones.
Dorky sidekick: Travis breaks it to tress-obsessed chub Pinkus that he
eventually goes bald.
Dream girl: A poster of Heather Thomas hangs on Travi
Despite their similar-sounding titles, it's unlikely that TV viewers will confuse CSI: Miami with Good Morning, Miami. The former is CBS's much-anticipated CSI spin-off starring David Caruso; the latter is NBC's new sitcom with Suzanne Pleshette. Still, one guy seems confused...
"CSI? I don't know what that is," jokes David Kohan, who co-created GMM with his Will & Grace partner, Max Mutchnick. "Honestly, we don't think about it. The title is there, and now all we have to do is make sure that our show is good. That's all we can concentrate on."
Fortunately, the city of Miami, Fla., s