On this week's Celebrity Apprentice, the teams must each give a rising country singer a makeover to help them rise to stardom. Former Celebrity Apprentice contestant Trace Adkins helps introduce the competition where each team will be judged on the makeover, press kit and the value they add to the potential breakout of the singer.
Immediately, Cyndi steps into the role of project manager as the musician of the female group, and especially in the lingering absence of Sharon, who's still out sick. In her confessional (and from her high horse, cough, cough), Holly says its unfair Sharon has been able to sit out an entire challenge and stick around. I understand her point, since Trump refused to let Michael come back to the game when he said he had to leave to deal with a family obligation. But, Holly doesn't know that that happened and she doesn't get along with Sharon, so of course she wants Mrs. Ozzy out of the game for good.
Lady Gaga is returning to American Idol.
The pop singer is set to perform on Wednesday, May 5th.
No word yet on what she'll perform, but the...
After spending many challenges on the bench, Courtney Yates joined Benjamin "Coach" Wade on the jury bench after getting voted out of Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains on Thursday. After narrowly avoiding elimination last week, when ally Sandra Diaz-Twine persuaded Russell Hantz to go another way, Courtney says her ouster came as no surprise, even though it stings right before the merger between the two tribes. The 29-year-old Yates spoke with TVGuide.com about Sandra's underestimated strength as a player, her feelings about Russell and why Jeff Probst was...
After Janis' big reveal at the end of last week's episode (you know, where she, like, told Simon that she is a mole), this episode of FlashForward shows her first day at the bureau two years before the blackout. Considering she's with the late Agent Gough, Marcie and the (maybe) soon-to-be-dead Demetri, this is a very unlucky graduating class, no?
The jargon on medical procedurals can be a mouthful. Miami Medical star Mike Vogel, who plays Dr. Chris "C" Deleo, has a trick up his scrubs to utter the words.
"You do your best at the beginning of an episode to look up all the terms so that when you say it, you don't look like a complete idiot," Vogel tells TVGuide.com. "It sort of becomes a...
Bret Michaels is recovering from an emergency appendectomy at a private facility specifically for diabetic patients, according to his website.
"While the surgery went well and doctors are...
It's been a rough road lately for FlashForward's characters. Mark (Joseph Fiennes) has officially moved out of the family home, Demetri (John Cho) is getting closer to solving his supposed murder, and Aaron's (Brian F. O'Byrne) daughter has been captured. But one of the series' darkest moments came in the final minutes of last week's episode, when it was revealed that baby-crazy agent Janis Hawk is the mole leaking information about the Mosaic task force's investigation. How did this happen? How does this affect her flash-forward? And above all else, why, Janis, why? Christine Woods, the actress who plays the Mosaic team's newest threat, spoke with TVGuide.com about all that and more.
TVGuide.com: When did you first find out that Janis was a mole?
Christine Woods: I think some of the fans are actually thinking that it feels kind out of the blue and like a last-minute decision, but it's definitely been in the works for a very long time. I've known for a little bit of time that this was eventually going to be an element of the direction of Janis' story.
Jon and Kate Plus 8
Pennsylvania authorities will not prosecute Jon & Kate Plus 8 producers, despite ruling that child-labor permits should have been obtained for the children appearing on the show.
"Based on the investigation, we did not obtain any evidence that there were any transgressions in the treatment of the children under the child-labor law," Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry spokesman Troy Thompson told TVGuide.com, "but we still...