Million Dollar Money Drop
A couple who competed on Million Dollar Money Drop earlier this week will be invited back to the Fox game show after it was discovered one of their answers was wrongly deemed incorrect, E! Online reports.
Contestants Gabe Okoye and Brittany Mayi, who appeared on the Dec. 20 episode, were asked to pick whether the Macintosh computer, the Sony Walkman or Post-It Notes were sold in stores first. The couple bet $800,000 on the Post-It Notes, but lost the money when the correct answer was revealed to be...
Constantine Maroulis and Angel Reed
American Idol alum Constantine Maroulis welcomed his first child Thursday, People reports.
Actress-dancer Angel Reed gave birth to Malena James on Thursday at 11:06 p.m.. The new delivery weighed in at...
Ryan Reynolds, Scarlett Johannson
More than a week after announcing their split, Ryan Reynolds has filed for divorce from Scarlett Johansson, People reports
The 34-year-old actor filed in Los Angeles Superior Court on Thursday. Johansson, 26, filed...
He made it to the final five, but for many Survivor: Nicaragua fans, it was easy to forget Dan Lembo was still in the game. After sustaining a knee injury early in the season, the 63-year-old real estate executive avoided as many challenges as he could and avoided the drama that defined fellow players such as Marty Piombo and NaOnka Mixon. Even when Holly Hoffman drowned his $1,200 shoes, Dan hardly blinked. Looking back, Dan says his carefree exterior was key to his strategy. He talked with TVGuide.com about how he kept his cool with Holly, why he bragged about his fortune to his teammates and his thoughts on next season's twist...
It's time for Jersey Shore's Pauly DelVecchio to get ready for his close-up.
MTV has given a series commitment to an untitled spin-off focused on Pauly D, the network announced Wednesday.
"He's distinguished himself on-screen as the fun-loving, well-coiffed and dependable guy you can't help but want to hang out with," Chris Linn , MTV's executive vice president of programming and head of production, said in a statement. "We know viewers are curious about...
For many on Survivor: Nicaragua, it was easy to overlook Fabio Birza. He was fit, but not nearly as strong as Ben Henry and Chase Rice, and he spent 39 days on the beach perfecting the role of clueless surfer dude. But forgetting about Fabio turned out to be Holly Hoffman's biggest mistake. After he won his third immunity challenge and guaranteed himself a spot in the final three, Sash Lenahan and Chase were able to make stronger cases for themselves and Holly was the last person voted out. The 44-year-old swimming coach from Eureka, S.D., spoke with TVGuide.com about her big mistake, why she changed her vote and which on-air moments her family...