ABC will celebrate the 30th anniversary of disco on Oct. 13 with a two-hour special The Disco Ball: A 30-Year Celebration, featuring performances by the Village People, KC & the Sunshine Band, Gloria Gaynor and the Pointer Sisters.
Susan Sarandon, who turns 56 next month, confesses: "I'm definitely 'of a certain age' the right age, like a fine wine." Though she's been around the block, the actress claims her life's been tame compared to The Banger Sisters debuting Sept. 20 which co-stars her and Goldie Hawn as ex-rock groupies. Before settling down with beau Tim Robbins, didn't she ever take a walk on the wild side?
"Well, I mean I was going out with David Bowie for three years," she admits. "I suppose he's up there. We worked together in [1983's] The Hunger and continued to know each other afterwards...
"I wish I could say I 'knew'
More than 20 years after his retirement, former CBS anchorman Walter Cronkite says he still regrets giving up his career. The urge to return to the front lines hits the 85-year-old broadcast legend especially hard during major news events such as the Sept. 11 attacks. "When the big story is breaking, you want to be there," he said. "I knew that was going to happen, I just didn't know it was going to happen over so many years."
The Hollywood Reporter speculates that CBS will likely replace Jane Clayson as co-host of The Early Show. Deborah Norville is being talked about as one possible replacement.
Loudmouth life strategist Dr. Phil McGraw won't be visiting The Oprah Winfrey Show to "tell it like it is" to her troubled guests anymore. No, he'll be too busy berating folks five days a week on his very own talkfest, Dr. Phil (premiering Monday, check local listings). But when America's favorite know-it-all gets real about himself, his confessions about his personal problems may shock you!
First off, Dr. Phil admits he took up psychology "kind of by default, because I was terribly lazy... I was just kind of bored with school, and I started reading all of [my dad's psychology] textbooks. When I got ready to start college, I had read just damn near everything that they had in the courses! And frankly, I thought that would be the easiest way to slide through college."
Shocker number two: Dr. Phil absolutely hated being a therapist. "I just did not have the tem
The Cosby Show's Lisa Bonet isn't the only '80s sitcom star shunning her TV roots. Alyssa Milano reveals that she has no interest in reprising her role as Tony Danza's precocious daughter Samantha for a Who's the Boss? reunion movie.
"We've talked about it, but I'm not doing it," the Charmed actress tells TV Guide Online. "It was perfect for the eight years we did it, and to relive it would... I think everyone would be disappointed. I just decided that I didn't feel comfortable doing it."
You'll recall Bonet was the sole Huxtable not to participate in last May's highly-rated Cosby retrospective. Similarly, M
The hubby of pop diva Celine Dion doesn't like it when people pick on his wife. Rene Angelil has demanded a Montreal-based radio station stop playing a parody of Dion's song "I'm Alive," in which the singer is called "annoying." The station which withdrew the parody on Thursday claims it was just trying to be funny.