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Natasha's Sexy Tongue


Sexy Natasha Henstridge (The Whole Nine Yards, Species) says she has one attribute that stands out above all the rest ? her tongue.

"It's the sexiest part of my body," she tells Stuff. "Not that it's the most attractive, but it causes the most pleasure for me. I love tongues on men, too. I'm a tongue person, I guess."

But the 25-year-old actress says she's not a fan of the trendy tongue piercings that seem to be so popular with others her age. "Tongue piercings drive me crazy," she says. "People just play with them constantly, clicking them against their teeth. It's so annoying. And it is not sexy ? it's ridiculous. I prefer naked tongue."

The actress also reminisces with the magazine about the night she drank 18 tequila shots at a New York City bar. "I thought it would be really cool to drink all of them," says Hestridge, who was only 16 at the time. "So I did. Then I collapsed. They had to rush me to the emergency room. To this day, I canno read more

The Skinny on Calista's Contract


Calista Flockhart's only midway through her five-year contract with Ally McBeal but the star is already beginning to float the idea that she might not renew her contract.

"It really will depend on if I even have a movie career," the skinny one tells W. "I might be tired of the part, or I might want to have a baby and keep the stability. It's been good for me. But I also love branching out into other directions. I understand why Julianna Margulies quit ER when she was being offered all that money. Obviously, she has priorities other than money."

Flockhart's would-be movie career got off to a lousy start last year with the disappointing Shakespeare adaptation A Midsummer Night's Dream. "I thought A Midsummer Night's Dream would end up being a bigger deal," confesses the 36-year-old actress. "But I didn't really care. Doing Shakespeare in Italy with (writer-director) Michael Hoffman was all I cared about."

Flockhart's read more

Love Man Barry White's Parenting Tips


Barry White might seem like a big ol' pussycat, but the 1970s singing phenom remembers being a real tiger when it came to protecting his daughters from the opposite sex.

White made a fortune with testosterone-driven love songs such as "I'm in Ecstasy When You Lay Down Next to Me" but he tells Playboy that he never stood for any actual hanky-panky between his five daughters and their dates. Would-be suitors showing up at the house were met with an unusual line of questioning from the imposing White: "I'd say to a young boy, 'What do you want with my daughter? You want to get between her legs, don't you? I know she's killing you, but is it her beauty that's killing you or the fact that you want to be with her sexually?' "

"That would always get them!" recalls White, 55, now a grandfather with 11 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. "I always find that honesty is the best policy when you're dealing with my daughters."

"I taught my chil read more

Mom, Apple Pie and Wink


It's not likely to get heavy airplay on MTV, but veteran game show host Wink Martindale says his planned CD of narratives celebrating "Mom, God, country and apple pie" is a project whose time has come.

"There are certain things that need to be said right now," explains Martindale, who's planning a mid-April release for Winking at Life: My Favorite Narratives. His readings, backed by musical accompaniment, will include "The Pledge of Allegiance," Casey at the Bat, If Jesus Came to Your House, and a remake of his 1959 hit record, "Deck of Cards." "I'm one of those real sentimental fools," he tells TV Guide Online. "I cry at the drop of a hat and I'm very patriotic."

Martindale is also busy hosting the syndicated radio show Music of Your Life and promoting a just-published autobiography, also titled Winking at Life (both the book and the upcoming CD are available at his web site, www.winkmartindale.com). The book chronicles his 45-year read more

Mom, Apple Pie and Wink


It's not likely to get heavy airplay on MTV, but veteran game show host Wink Martindale says his planned CD of narratives celebrating "Mom, God, country and apple pie" is a project whose time has come.

"There are certain things that need to be said right now," explains Martindale, who's planning a mid-April release for Winking at Life: My Favorite Narratives. His readings, backed by musical accompaniment, will include "The Pledge of Allegiance," Casey at the Bat, If Jesus Came to Your House, and a remake of his 1959 hit record, "Deck of Cards." "I'm one of those real sentimental fools," he tells TV Guide Online. "I cry at the drop of a hat and I'm very patriotic."

Martindale is also busy hosting the syndicated radio show Music of Your Life and promoting a just-published autobiography, also titled Winking at Life (both the book and the upcoming CD are available at his web site, www.winkmartindale.com). The book chronicles his 45-year read more

Ellen and Anne Ponder Motherhood


As their thoughts turn to starting a family, Hollywood couple Ellen DeGeneres and Anne Heche can't seem to agree on whether they'd opt for adoption or artificial insemination.

Degeneres tells The Advocate that she and Heche haven't yet agreed to start a family but the couple has already begun debating their options. "Anne wants to have the baby because she wants to have that experience," she says. "I really want to adopt a baby because there are so many children in this world and we're overpopulated."

DeGeneres, who stars with Sharon Stone as lovers contemplating the very same issues in HBO's If These Walls Could Talk 2, says she and Walls writer Heche were themselves researching baby options during the making of the drama. "Right afterward we decided not to have a ba read more

Bill Mumy and Pals Revisit Space


Former Lost in Space and Babylon 5 star Bill Mumy is preparing to blast off on a cinematic sci-fi adventure of his own making, along with help from some of TV's other beloved former child stars.

Mumy tells TV Guide Online that he's a co-executive producer, co-writer and one of the stars of Overload, a "psychological drama in a sci-fi setting" that also stars pals Angela Cartwright (Lost in Space), Johnny Crawford (The Rifleman), Tony Dow (Leave it to Beaver), Don Grady (My Three Sons) and Billy Gray (Father Knows Best). Dow is serving as director and co-executive producer on the project, which is scheduled for completion later this year.

"I really believe read more

Raymond Burr's Secrets Revealed


Raymond Burr solved many mysteries as TV lawyer Perry Mason and TV detective Ironside but it appears that one of the biggest unsolved mysteries involving the late actor ? his dubious claim that he had been married three times in real life ? can finally be put to rest.

"There was only one wife," Burr's sister, Geraldine Fuller, says on this Thursday's A&E Biography (8 p.m. ET, 9 p.m. PT). "I met her but I didn't care for her."

Burr, who led a secret gay life with long-time companion Robert Benevides right up until his death in 1993, had told reporters over the years that he had been to the altar three times: first, with a Scottish actress who was shot down in an airplane over the Atlantic by German attackers in 1943; second, to actress Isabella Ward, a 1947 marriage that was annulled after three months; and third, to Andrina Morgen, a 1954 marriage that ended tragically when she died of cancer. He also claimed he and Morgen had a s read more

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