Julia Roberts, Jennifer Aniston
Julia Roberts will pull double duty at the upcoming Golden Globe Awards, as both a presenter and a nominee.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced Roberts, along with...
Mayumi Heene and Richard Heene
Richard Heene, the father behind the balloon boy hoax that initially transfixed TV viewers, has been sentenced to 90 days.
"I'm very, very sorry, and I want to apologize to all...
T.I. has been released from prison in Arkansas and is being moved to a halfway house in Georgia, The Associated Press reports.
The rapper, whose real name is Clifford Harris Jr., was released...
On Survivor: Samoa, Mick Trimming was the official leader of the Foa Foa tribe but you wouldn't have known it from watching the show. Teammate Russell Hantz quickly took the reigns of the tribe, and the entire game, and made competing with him a near impossible task. Maybe Mick never had a shot at the million-dollar jackpot. But many fans wondered if the physically fit nice guy could have done more to take home the top prize and take down his tribe's top dog. So why did the 33-year-old doctor miss multiple chances to oust power player Russell and let his morality get in the way of his game play? Which jury member shocked him the most? And who does he think...
Steven Tyler has checked into rehab for an addiction to prescription painkillers, People reports.
"With the help of my family and team of medical professionals, I am taking responsibility for the management of my pain and am eager to...
The Heene Family
Richard and Mayumi Heene, the parents behind the balloon boy hoax, reportedly have been billed $42,000 from local, state and federal agencies for the Oct. 15 incident.
The Heenes' lawyer, David Lane, told The Denver Post that the Larimer County district attorney's office...
Ricky Gervais is getting animated for HBO.
The British comic will star in his own comedy cartoon series starting Friday, Feb. 19, at 9/8c on HBO, followed by the second-season premiere of...
Survivor: Samoa's Russell Hantz has been called everything from a liar and cheater to the biggest villain and possibly the best Survivor player ever. One title he couldn't nab during his 39 days on the island? The ultimate prize of sole survivor. In his aggressive game playing, Russell found hidden immunity idols without clues, sabotaged his own teammates and made alliances with many of his fellow players, only to break them at the first sign of weakness. While no one can criticize the 36-year-old Texan businessman for not trying hard enough, Russell lost the title to his underestimated ally, Natalie White, because many of his former competitors on the jury couldn't...
If you ever doubt Survivor is a game of social skills as much as strength, remember Natalie White. From the beginning of Survivor: Samoa, the odds seemed stacked against the 26-year-old southern belle and out-of-work pharmaceutical saleswoman. But she made it to the end by forming a key alliance with self-proclaimed "puppet master" Russell, whose manipulative ways got him into the final two, but made him too many enemies on the jury. How well did she play the social game? So well that one of her key supporters turned out to be Erik, a competitor whose elimination she had helped orchestrate. Natalie talked to TVGuide.com about her strategy, surprises in the final vote, and why she'll soon be returning to another warm climate...
Survivor is looking back for its new season.
Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains will reunite 20 cast members from the past 19 seasons of the reality series. The new installment will premiere Thursday, Feb. 11, at 8/7c. The show's cast has not yet been announced.
Survivor: Samoa winner unveiled
This will be the second Survivor to bring back former ...