Brooke Shields strips to down to lingerie and latex thigh-highs in a new, cougar-tastic photo spread that features her up close with a younger man.
The actress, 43, posed for Australia's Kurv magazine, which calls the pictorial...
Bo Bice, Carrie Underwood
Bo Bice is a busy man. In the four years since his run on American Idol (in which he was the runner-up, behind Carrie Underwood), the Southern rocker has overcome health issues, has had a second child, built a recording studio in his Nashville home, performed for troops in Afghanistan and Iraq multiple times and appeared on American Idol Rewind. TVGuide.com caught up with him to find out how he views the Idol experience, what he thinks of his competition — and what advice he'd give to newly minted alums.
It's down to the final hours of American Idol! After this tense results show, only two singers are left in the battle to become America's next Idol. Following four month of whittling down the wannabes, Kris Allen, Danny Gokey and Adam Lambert sang their hearts out this week with one song selected by the judges, and one song of their own choosing. Which guy is going home? Let's dive in.
While ongoing contract negotiations continue to leave the fate of Law & Order: SVU's two leads in question, Mariska Hargitay is optimistic.
"I hope so," she told Access Hollywood, when asked if she'll be returning as the NBC cop drama's Olivia Benson. "We're all trying to work it out and I have a lot of faith it's going to work out."
Hargitay's co-star, Christopher Meloni (Elliot Stabler), agreed ...
Paula Abdul has opened up for the first time about her struggle with prescription painkillers, revealing her dependence on them during the past 12 years.
"I could have killed myself," she told Ladies' Home Journal.
The American Idol judge, whose sometimes erratic behavior...
Randy Jackson, Kara DioGuardi, Simon Cowell, Paula Abdul
Simon Cowell has confirmed that all four Idol judges will return next season.
"I think certainly next year everyone's going to be back," he told Ellen DeGeneres during a pre-taped Tuesday appearance on her show ("Yeah, absolutely," he added.) Read on to see how Simon feels about having four judges...
Christina Applegate is People's Most Beautiful Star of 2009.
Joining the Samantha Who? star in this year's Top 5 are Halle Berry, the female stars of 90210, Ciara, and Zac Efron. Also making the list are Dancing with the Stars' Julianne Hough (No. 9), Michelle Obama (No. 12), Kristen Wiig (No. 16) and Angelina Jolie (No. 17).
Applegate — who underwent a double mastectomy after being diagnosed with breast cancer last summer — shared her approach to overcoming obstacles. "You have to get through the physical transformations, then buck up, go to work, and try to be the normal, happy Christina for everyone around you," she told the magazine.
The actress, 37, described how she's matured. "I used to be really shy but I started to come into my own in my late 20s and early 30s," she said. "Now I'm not afraid to speak up in a room full of people and be a part of the conversation."
Applegate also ...
Naomi Watts and Liev Schreiber
Liev Schreiber missed Tuesday's premiere of X-Men Origins: Wolverine to be with his 21-month-old son, Sasha, who was hospitalized for respiratory problems.
The actor, who plays Wolverine's nemesis, Sabretooth, left Los Angeles to join his partner, Naomi Watts, and their two children in New York, People reports. Sasha remained in the hospital overnight and was released Wednesday morning.
"Sasha got home today and is feeling much better," Schreiber's rep said Wednesday.
Watts is currently shooting
The Screen Actors Guild will mail ballots to members on May 19 to see if they will accept a two-year contract with producers.
The Guild's national board approved the contract for film and television work on April 19, a day after approving a three-year contract for commercial work. The union has been without a film and television contract since June 30, 2008, when it arrived at an impasse with ...
MTV will air the second half of the fifth season of The Hills this fall, the network announced.
Leading lady Lauren Conrad, however, will not appear in the new episodes. While a statement from MTV indicates that Conrad "has moved on," Tony DiSanto, a development veep for the channel, pointedly declined to confirm her exit from the show. Instead, he told TVGuide.com that shooting had not yet begun, and that...