David Arquette and Courteney Cox
David Arquette is apologizing to his wife Courteney after a perhaps-too-forthcoming radio interview on Howard Stern.
"I went on Howard Stern yesterday to provide clarity and honesty about what I'm experiencing, but while doing that I shared too much," Arquette wrote on his Twitter page Wednesday.
Gossip Girl's Little J isn't so little anymore.
A gun-wielding Taylor Momsen sports platform stilettos, thigh-high stockings, and a barely-there top on the cover of the latest issue of Revolver magazine under a headline that reads "Inside the Pretty Reckless Firestarter's Appetite for Destruction."
Vampires and werewolves have a long history as enemies, and The Vampire Diaries' Jeremy is caught right in the middle.
"I start getting involved in this vampire world and I find out [Tyler's] a werewolf," Steven R. McQueen, who plays Jeremy, told TVGuide.com at New York Comic-Con.
Who would've thought that Brooke and Nathan would have so much in common? On this week's episode, both had to give up the thing they love most.
Julian has started his next project, a documentary about what comes next. As Brooke talks to his camera, she explains that she's giving up her entire fortune in order to pay back her company's investors who lost their money. "Why do it?" Julian asks. "It's the right thing to do," she responds. Unfortunately her mother doesn't feel the same way. Brooke visits her in jail to break the news that she's selling the company and Victoria fires back, "I leave you alone for a few days and you go back to that stupid girl who follows her heart." She follows up by telling Brooke to never visit her again.
Welcome to Week 4. Before we begin, I have to ask: Does anyone else miss singing along to the old opening? "What have you done today..." It's catchy.
The episode begins with a temptation challenge filled with tons of cupcakes. Alison, always the bearer of bad news, tells the players that there will be both a yellow line and a red line at the weigh-in. Fall below the red, and you're automatically out.