After an uncomfortably close encounter with Richard Hatch — who rubbed up against her while nude — Sue Hawk walked off Survivor: All-Stars in last week's episode. Her emotional outburst was surprising, since she initially seemed to laugh off what happened. Here, the mouthy 42-year-old former trucker tells TV Guide Online why she left, her reaction to Tom's celebratory song and dance over her departure and whether rumors of litigation are true.
TVGO: Did you watch your final episode?
Sue Hawk: No, I didn't.
TVGO: You weren't comfortable watching?
Hawk: There was no way. I didn't want to go back to that place. I've worked so hard to get in front of that.
TVGO: Did you discuss the incident with your husband?
Hawk: Yeah. My husband supported what I did 100 percent. He's been a t
Boxer-turned-actor Robert Pastorelli, best known for his role as Murphy Brown's dawdling house painter Eldin, was found dead at his Hollywood Hills home on Monday. He was 49. A cause of death was not immediately known, but drug paraphernalia was reportedly found at the scene. Post-Murphy, Pastorelli starred in the short-lived CBS sitcom Double Rush.
"That was editing... I mean, come on. I'm an educated woman; I know what that saying means." Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth disputing a scene from NBC's The Apprentice in which she accused a teammate of uttering a racial slur for saying, "That's like the pot calling the kettle black." For more of my exclusive interview with Omarosa, click here.
On Thursday's episode of The Apprentice, Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth was evicted from Trump Plaza and immediately took up residence inside reality television's Hall of Shame on You, Girlfriend! There, alongside fellow überbitches Jerri Manthey, Camille McDonald and Toni Ferrari, the 29-year-old political consultant (and former Clinton appointee) was granted one phone call — and wouldn't you know it, she used it to call TV Guide Online! Be afraid... be very afraid, folks (we sure were). We've chummed the waters and reeled in the nastiest corporate shark since Leona Helmsley.
TV Guide Online: How's your head?
Omarosa: Thanks for asking. I really [suffered] a lot because I didn't follow the doctor's [orders], which was to take off a week and rest... I wasn't given an opportunity to do that. A lot of what you saw last [Thursday] night was relief, because I could now go take care of myself physically.
Vanessa Ferlito whose all-too-brief stint as Kiefer Sutherland's love interest on 24 this season had me wondering "Who's that girl and why isn't she a bigger star?" has been cast as the female lead on CSI: New York. As reported here Monday,
Gary Sinise is in talks to headline the third installment of CBS's killer forensics franchise. If you ask me, the pot just got a whole lot sweeter.
Newly anointed Oscar winner Annie Lennox is teaming up with Sting and a surprise guest for the Sacred Love Tour, which kicks off June 27 in Philadelphia. Christina Aguilera, meanwhile, is embarking on a 29-city tour beginning May 13 in Seattle and ending July 3 in Detroit. Her special guest? Someone named Chingy. Geez, I'm getting old.
Universal is developing a third installment of The Fast and the Furious, and get this: Vin Diesel who skipped the sequel, 2 Fast 2 Furious, reportedly because his oversized ego demanded a $20 million payday is in talks to climb back into the driver's seat. That's bad news for poor
Paul Walker, who starred in the first two flicks but is not slated to appear in the third. The lesson here, kiddies? Prove yourself to be a team player and you'll end up fired.
Jerry Seinfeld postponed a sold-out comedy show in Spartanburg, S.C., over the weekend to be with his 1-year-old son, Julian, who was hospitalized in New York after an accidental fall. "Julian is at home and is doing very well," Seinfeld's rep said in a statement. "Jerry's tour will continue this weekend as scheduled."
If we were Gilmore Girls' apparently irresistible Rory, we'd start sleeping with one eye open. Lately, she's been throwing off sparks with old flame Dean. The hitch? He's now hitched to the seemingly sweet Lindsay, played by Arielle Kebbel. "I killed a girl," the up-and-comer admits to TV Guide Online. And she's only half-kidding! "It was on Law & Order: SVU. I killed her, then I lied about it and went on trial."
Chances are, no such fate awaits Lorelai's man-magnetizing daughter. Instead, her continued presence in her ex's life is more likely to sound the death knell for his young marriage. "No matter what I do for him, it's always Rory!" Kebbel exclaims in character. "I make him lunch every single day, I smile all the time... but I'll never be Rory. It becomes this huge tug-of-war over Dean."
Should Lindsay win the battle, viewers
Curb Your Enthusiasm star Cheryl Hines gave birth to a daughter, Catherine Rose, Monday in Los Angeles. This is the first child for Hines and hubby Paul Young... USA Network is reinventing the gangster classic Scarface as a four-hour miniseries featuring a black cast in inner-city Los Angeles during the crack epidemic of the 1980s... The director behind Broadway's acclaimed puppet revue Avenue Q has signed on to helm ABC's live-action musical The Hunchback of Notre Dame, which is slated to air in 2005... Crossing Jordan returned to NBC's schedule Sunday and attracted a timeslot-winning 12.8 million viewers.