This week, the two teams must create three 30-second radio commercials for Clockwork Home Services. RockSolid and Tenacity must make one radio spot for each of the company's three different services: plumbing, heating and air conditioning and electricity.
Because this take is very music-related, Bret volunteers to be the project manager for RockSolid, while Summer decides to step it up for Tenacity. After her significant absence last week, Holly says the key is how Summer manages Cyndi.
Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains - Amanda Kimmel
In addition to helping Survivor celebrate 10 years and 20 seasons on Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains, China and Micronesia finalist Amanda Kimmel celebrated an important personal feat during her time on Samoa: She became the first player to reach 100 days of the game. Unfortunately, the third time was not the charm for Amanda, who fell short of making it to her third tribal council. Looking back at her reality TV career, Amanda says she's proud of what she's accomplished, but has zero plans to return for round four. "My Survivor career is over," she says. The 25-year-old Kimmel spoke with TVGuide.com about her biggest mistakes, why she felt the game "got too crazy" and why she won't...
Halle Berry and Gabriel Aubry
Halle Berry and model Gabriel Aubry have "decided together" to split after four years, he says.
"While I will not comment on all of the wild inaccuracies being speculated about in the media, I am sad to say that Halle and I have decided together to...
More than a week after suffering a brain hemorrhage, Bret Michaels is in stable condition, according to a statement on his website.
In the first public statement since the 47-year-old Poison frontman was hospitalized last Thursday, doctors at...
For Lane Bryant, rejection can be a good thing.
Less than a month after a Lane Bryant lingerie ad was turned down by both ABC and Fox, the ad in question has amassed 2.3 million views online in one week, Advertising Age reports.
The commercial, titled "So Not What...
The third Batman film in Christopher Nolan's trilogy will swing into theaters on July 20, 2012, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
No start date for production on the still untitled film has been announced. Nolan — who's still putting the finishing touches on his new movie...