Girl Next Door Kendra Wilkinson wants you to bring a little piece of her into your home by way of her new line of stripper poles.
The Playboy cover girl and former girlfriend of Hugh Hefner is launching a new stripper-pole workout, according to Us. The 23-year-old, who's currently filming Kendra, an E! reality show about her engagement and marriage to Philadelphia Eagles football player Hank Baskett, said her product puts another famous celeb stripper workout to shame.
"It's like Carmen Electra's, but mine is better," Wilkinson told the magazine. "Mine will connect to the ceiling, and you can spin on it and do all that stuff on it."
Oh no, she di-in't! (Pillow fight, anyone?) Of course, this begs the question: Which stripper workout would you be more likely to try? Vote in our pole poll and tell us why after the jump!
Tween queen Miley Cyrus has no problem being a movie star, but she's just not sure that her Disney alter ego, Hannah Montana, will be making any return trips to the box office.
"We got really lucky with having the material to make one movie," Cyrus told the Associated Press while promoting Hannah Montana: The Movie, which hits theaters April 10. While Cyrus calls the movie "very clever," she thinks the film's resolution makes sequels unlikely.
But that doesn't mean her Disney Channel show is going anywhere. "I don't know if I would do another (Hannah Montana) film, but I would love to do another season," said Cyrus, who has signed on for a third and is interested in a fourth. "That would be ...
Multiple Emmy winner Carl Reiner has been tapped to appear in House's fifth-season finale, according to the Los Angeles Times.
In the episode, entitled "Both Sides Now," Reiner (The Dick Van Dyke Show, the Ocean's 11 trilogy) will play a clinic patient Cuddy uses to get House's attention and force him to complete his clinic hours.
Elsewhere in the finale, House treats a man whose left and right brain operate independently. The man lives with two different personalities and has no control over his actions, making treatment difficult. Cue some "alternative methods."
The season finale ...
J.J. Abrams' Star Trek reboot won't be seen until May 8, but Paramount is already rounding up Abrams' sci-fi friends for the sequel.
Abrams' Lost cocreator Damon Lindelof will join Fringe producers Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman — who penned the upcoming release — to write the screenplay for the follow-up, according to Variety. Abrams will return to produce the next installment, but no decision has been made about whether he'll also direct.
Lindelof said he hopes fans don't think he and his colleagues are getting ahead of themselves. "There's obviously a lot of hubris involved in signing on to write a sequel of a movie that hasn't even come out yet," he said. "But we're so excited about the first one that we wanted to proceed."
Kurtzman is eager to get fan reaction before deciding which way to go, but the trio hopes to deliver a script by Christmas for what could be a summer 2011 release.
Orzi and Kurtzman ...
Andy Hallett, who played suave demon Lorne on Angel, has died after a five-year battle with heart disease, according to his agent. He was 33.
The actor died of heart failure at Cedars Sinai Medical Center Monday, Hallett's agent and friend Pat Brady told E! Online. Hallett's father, Dave, was by his side when he died.
Hallett was from the Cape Cod village of Osterville, Mass., and appeared in more than 70 episodes of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer spin-off Angel as Lorne, a friendly demon who hosted and performed karaoke at a demon bar. Angel castmate Charisma Carpenter tells TVGuide.com ...
Matt LeBlanc (Friends), Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Seinfeld), Neil Patrick Harris (How I Met Your Mother)
Now that The Donald is back on the air giving us our weekly dose of "You're fired!" on The Celebrity Apprentice (Sundays, 9 pm/ET, NBC), we decided to count down our favorite one-liners. For brevity's sake, we ruled out any one-word catchphrases (including "Blerg," "D'oh!," and "Aaaayyyy"), but feel free to
tell us how stupid we are mention those and all your other favorites after the jump.
In this episode of Heroes, Danko's manhunt has forced our super-powered friends to take refuge: Nathan and Claire head south of the border to hide out (and drink a lot of tequila) and Peter and Angela hole up in a church. Meanwhile, Sylar gets closer to Danko, who begins to use one of HRG's methods in his own selfish ways. Does Danko know what he's doing? Let's find out!
In this episode of Grey's Anatomy, Derek works through the jitters as he returns to the OR for the first time since he lost his last patient, and Cristina continues to deal with Owen's post-traumatic stress disorder when it takes a seriously dark turn. Plus, Karev learns the importance of sticking by your loved ones while the other residents deal with Izzie's sickness in their own ways. So did Izzie come out of her first (of many) surgeries OK? Let's find out!
Quantum of Solace (Blu-ray)
Believe the promotional taglines: Bond is better on Blu-ray. While we have some issues with the film itself, the 22nd James Bond adventure, Quantum of Solace, looks and sounds absolutely stunning in its high-definition release.
Picking up right where Casino Royale left off ...