Emily, Brad Womack
Never mind what happened on this week's episode of The Bachelor. All anyone can talk about is the preview footage for next week, in which it appears that Brad takes Emily, aka the one whose late fiancé was a NASCAR driver, to a racetrack! Host Chris Harrison warns people not to prejudge the unorthodox date, saying it will be therapeutic, not exploitative. Plus: Harrison explains how Chantal scored the lucky "helicopter date" and Brad stops by our studio to weigh in.
The claws come out on The Bachelor, and Michelle mysteriously wakes up with a black eye she claims appeared overnight. What?
Chantal is the first to get the one-on-one date with Brad this week and they set out in a private helicopter to the ocean. She is terrified upon learning they'll be walking on the sea floor, but she sucks it up and it doesn't take long for Chantal to soak it in and enjoy the moment as the two wander the ocean bottom with smoke monster-looking creatures in their wake. Afterward, the two share their own private villa on the water where Brad asks Chantal if...
Austin Nichols and Sophia Bush
After eight seasons of bad boyfriends, One Tree Hill's Brooke is getting hitched.
No, really! Star Austin Nichols, who plays husband-to-be Julian, assures TVGuide.com that disaster won't strike on their big day.
"Brooke's had a long journey in the world of romance and she's found the right guy," Nichols says. "I don't think anyone would come and mess with what we found."
Can best friends really move on after a guy gets in between them?
When we last saw Hellcats, Marti had broken girl code by sleeping with Savannah's boyfriend, Dan. Why? Turns out Dan and Marti have history.
But is that any excuse? Or is her act unforgiveable? Star Aly Michalka says that somehow her character will redeem herself.
Christina Aguilera will sing the national anthem at this year's Super Bowl.
The National Football League and Fox network announced Monday that the
30-year-old five-time Grammy winner will perform during the festivities before the Pittsburgh Steelers face the Green Bay Packers.
Aaron Carter has entered a treatment facility "to heal emotional and spiritual issues."
"He has chosen to enter a facility where he feels he will get the guidance and cleansing he needs, which in turn will help him on the music journey he's about to take," Johnny Wright, his manager, said in a statement.