The last thing on Elisabeth Hasselbeck's mind these days? That growing belly of hers.
The outspoken View co-host expects her third child with husband Tim in August, but admits parenting her older children, Grace, 4, and Taylor, 18 months, has taken focus away from her impending bundle of joy.
"I'm definitely not paying attention to my pregnancy," Hasselbeck tells People. "That won't be true ...
Peter Sarsgaard and Maggie Gyllenhaal
After seven years together, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Peter Sarsgaard said "I do" over the weekend, People reports.
"We are happy to confirm that Maggie and Peter were married on Saturday, May 2," says a rep for the actress.
The newlyweds ...
Jenny McCarthy, Oprah Winfrey
Oprah Winfrey is taking Jenny McCarthy under her wing.
Following in the heels of Dr. Phil and Rachael Ray, McCarthy has signed a deal with Harpo Productions to develop multi-platform projects, including a syndicated talk show and a blog, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
McCarthy's blog launched ...
Hugh Jackman and Liev Schreiber
Kicking off the summer box office in killer fashion, X-Men Origins: Wolverine raked in $87 million over the weekend to easily grab the No. 1 spot.
Though Wolverine's number falls short of the $102 million take by 2006's X-Men: The Last Stand, it is still the ...
Shawn Johnson, Mark Ballas
She's guest-starred on The Secret Life of the American Teenager, but Shawn Johnson's acting skills will really be put to the test on Dancing with the Stars Monday when she tackles the intense paso doble. "I'm a little nervous because I'm not a very angry person," Johnson tells TVGuide.com. Her work doesn't stop there as she also has the perky quickstep on her plate. After the jump, see what else the Olympic champ has to say about her progress, who she's in a Twitter war with and what she thinks about injured stars getting judged on their rehearsals.
Steve-O wants to makes this clear: He's an addict, not a role model. And despite the happy ending in Steve-O: Demise & Rise (Sunday, 10 pm/ET), an MTV documentary that chronicles his addiction and recovery, he is also not a success story, so don't treat him like one.
"Certainly a documentary about my downward spiral isn't ...
Jay-Z, Kelly Clarkson
Jay-Z says his recent concert with Kelly Clarkson could have been "the oddest pairing ever," but turned out to be a demonstration of racial accord.
"On the show as well were Third Eye Blind and Kelly Clarkson," Jay-Z wrote on RapRadar about his Wednesday concert at the University of Arizona. "I thought that to be ...
Roommates is getting evicted from the ABC Family schedule.
The freshman comedy, which revolves around friends who move in together post-college, won't return for a second season and will burn off its remaining four episodes on ...
Paula Abdul, Bruno
If you think Simon Cowell mistreats Paula Abdul on American Idol, wait until you see her meet Bruno.
Posing as the flamboyant Austrian fashionista, Sacha Baron Cohen pranked Abdul for a bit in Bruno and it took her a year to realize it, the Idol judge said on the Johnjay and Rich radio show.
After being told she was named "Artist of the Year" in Germany (Hey, it's possible. They love the Hoff.), Abdul went in for an interview that was approved by her publicist.
"I'm greeted by this futuristic, Captain Nemo—looking dude with ...
Selena Gomez, Wizards of Waverly Place
Is Selena Gomez the next Miley Cyrus? Disney sure hopes so.
The network has renewed Gomez's series, Wizards of Waverly Place, for a third season and has green-lit a telefilm for it as well, following in the footsteps of its predecessor, Hannah Montana.
No word on when Season 3 will arrive, but the TV film, Wizards of Waverly Place The Movie, will premiere ...