Give him the old razzle dazzle: Talk-show host Jerry Springer is slated to take to the London West End stage in a production of the musical Chicago, The Associated Press reports.
Springer's six-week stint as lawyer Billy Flynn —played by Richard Gere in the Oscar-winning 2002 film version — begins in ...
Sarah Jessica Parker, Sex and the City
Even Carrie Bradshaw isn't immune to the economic crisis.
The Big Apple's most famous fashionista is returning to the big screen in a Sex and the City movie sequel, but her high-end gear most likely won't be joining her given today's recessionary times.
"There is a lot that we have to think about because times are very different. So these are nice challenges, these are ...
Tim Gunn and Heidi Klum
The show will go on for Project Runway — the Bryant Park fashion show, that is, even if it remains to be seen when any of it will be seen. Locked in a network battle between Lifetime and Bravo, Project Runway is still tied up in court, but its Season 6 contestants are scheduled to unveil their collections at New York Fashion Week on Friday, albeit with a more somber tone, host Heidi Klum says.
"What is really sad about it is that ...all the people that are in the audience don't know the designers," she tells Access Hollywood. "You know, normally you have people there that are like clapping, because ...
Mickey Rourke is mourning the loss of his best friend — his longtime pet Chihuahua, Loki. The canine passed away Monday evening at the age of 18, E! Online reports.
Loki, who's been the Oscar nominee's sidekick to various events, including the Venice Film Festival red carpet, was one of the pooches ...
Emmy Awards statuette
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences isn't done shaking up the Emmy format: Two weeks after expanding the nomination fields from five to six in certain categories, the Academy is considering a complete overhaul of the award ceremony, Variety reports.
The first order of business for the Academy's Board of Governors will be to ...
Does Nancy O'Dell have a leg up on her Dancing with the Stars competition? You certainly seem to think so, but the Access Hollywood hostess has her doubts. "I don't know if I'm a good dancer or not!" she tells TVGuide.com. "I'm so nervous." O'Dell, who will release a pregnancy book, Full of Life: Mom-to-Mom Tips I Wish Someone Had Told Me When I Was Pregnant, on April 14, is paired with Tony Dovolani on Season 8 of the ABC hit, which premieres March 9 at 8 pm/ET. The statuesque blonde took time out of her busy schedule — she's still shooting Access! — to chat about her parquet concerns, who she considers her stiffest competition and why her husband may be sleeping on the couch.
The Amazing Race, Jennifer & Preston
Jennifer Hopka and Preston McCamy became the first casualty of The Amazing Race 14 when they missed moving on to Leg 2 by mere seconds, getting edged by flight attendants Christie and Jodi. That wasn't the only thing that stung though — Preston also injured his hand during the hilarious (for viewers, at least) cheese-lugging task. Hopka and Preston chatted with TVGuide.com about poor choices, sound footwear and whether or not they're still a couple.
Life is imitating art for Worst Week star Erinn Hayes — hopefully not too much though. Hayes is pregnant on the show and in real life, but unlike her character, Mel, the actress doesn't have to worry about an accident-prone husband wreaking havoc everywhere he goes, especially not when a baby is about to be born. On the eve of Worst Week's finale — in which, yes, Mel does give birth — Hayes chatted with TVGuide.com about what mishaps to expect from Sam (Kyle Bornheimer), why she wants to get in on the stunt work and how she perfectly timed her on- and off-screen pregnancies. Worst Week airs Mondays at 9:30 pm/ET on CBS.
TVGuide.com: I understand Sam goes to the wrong hospital when you're in labor, but that can't be the only thing that goes wrong.
Erinn Hayes: No, that is not the only thing! The episode is ...
Jennifer Irwin, Danny McBride, Bo Mitchell
Baseball has had it rough this week, and it's about to get even rougher on Sunday when Eastbound & Down (10:30 pm/ET, HBO) hits the airwaves and introduces the world to the man, the myth, the legend that is Kenny Powers. Washed-up, cocky, uncensored and 100 percent redneck, Powers (Danny McBride) is a former hot-shot pitcher who finds himself back in his North Carolina hometown teaching gym after hitting the skids. McBride (Pineapple Express, Tropic Thunder) created the six-episode series with his college buddies Jody Hill and Ben Best, and chatted with TVGuide.com about the comedy's inspiration, his awesome hairstyles and why it's about time the bad guy finishes first.
TVGuide.com: Did you always want to do TV?
Danny McBride: I made The Foot Fist Way with [Hill and Best], and at the time, we would watch a lot of ...