Seal and Heidi Klum
Wait, Seal has a last name? It turns out he does and it is now Heidi Klum's too.
A Los Angeles commissioner has approved Klum's request to...
Curb Your Enthusiasm
This is the episode Curb Your Enthusiasm and Seinfeld fans have been waiting for. Not only does this Sunday's episode of Curb bring the seventh season to a close, but it also marks the...
As Lloyd on Entourage, Rex Lee is known for being the common target of Ari Gold's nasty verbal tirades. Unfortunately, it looks like Lee is also the butt of jokes off-camera.
Lee admits there are "occasionally" jokes aimed at his sexuality and...
Heidi Klum may be able to "make it work" when it comes to rocking the pregnant look, but don't expect to see this hot mama with child again anytime soon.
"We feel like our family is...
Laura Morett, Survivor: Samoa
You can't say she didn't try. Survivor: Samoa's Laura Morett saved herself from the chopping block multiple times by winning the past two immunity necklaces. Thanks to strong alliances and a tough competitive spirit, she seemed poised to go far in the game. This week, however, the elimination vote tied for the first time — five for Laura and five for Natalie — and made the rare Survivor move of going to the rocks to determine who would go home a very distinct possibility. On the second round of votes, Russell again proved himself one of the most aggressive players this season by convincing former Galu tribe member John to vote for Laura and break the tie. Following a vote that even left host Jeff Probst stunned, TVGuide.com talked with Morett, 39, about why John flipped, her bad blood with Shambo and the alliance you didn't...
This week's episode, entitled "Believe," appropriately gives viewers a better look into the back story of Bryce. Last week, we only saw him briefly but we do know he's on a serious quest to find the girl in his flashforward who he looks so happy to see on April 29, 2010. Nicole was able to decipher the tattoo on this mystery girl's wrist as "believe."
Female and minority writers are still underrepresented in television, according to the statistics released Wednesday by the Writers Guild of America.
In the 2009 Hollywood Writers Report, the guild shows that women's employment in TV has remained at 28 percent from 2005 to 2007 while minority groups' share of employment...