Wonder what Milli Vanilli's Fab Morvan has been up to?
Morvan, half of the '80 musical duo, is making a comeback with his new band, SMFM. His first order of business? Revamping Milli Vanilli's hit song "Girl You Know It's True." And yes, he's singing live.
Morvan and his Milli Vanilli bandmate, Rob Pilatus, infamously returned their 1990 Grammy for best new artist after they were caught lip-synching. The debacle led multiple lawsuits against the singers and their recording company, Arista Records. In 1998, Pilatus was found dead from what was ruled an accidental overdose.
Barbara Walters, Oprah Winfrey
Oprah Winfrey is making it clear that she and best friend Gayle King are not gay — and she's sick of the persistent rumors that claim otherwise.
"I'm not a lesbian...I'm not even kind of a lesbian," Winfrey says on Barbara Walters Special: Oprah, The Next Chapter. "And the reason it irritates me is because it means that somebody must think I'm lying ... Why would you want to hide it? That's not the way I run my life."
One Tree Hill
One Tree Hill's Brooke Davis has come a long way.
Remember the selfish and morally challenged cheerleader of yesteryear? It's hard to believe that was the same person who nearly drowned trying to save someone's life on Tuesday's stormy midseason finale.
Titled "Darkness on the Edge of Town," the episode featured a dangerous rain storm and car accident that put Brooke and Jamie thisclose to death on the infamous Tree Hill bridge (Remember when Nathan saved Rachel and Cooper in Season 3 in the same place?) After saving three people's lives, the fashion maven chose to stay with Jamie, who was pinned behind his seatbelt, and then selflessly pleaded with her fiancé, Julian, to save the little boy first as the levee broke and water flooded the car.
Fox and the CW have each picked up a drama from new production company FishBowl Worldwide Media, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Medical thriller The Danger List, about a doctor with a sordid past who investigates medical abuses, crimes and conspiracies, has landed at Fox. Stephen Gallagher (Doctor Who) is set to write and produce.
Rob Thomas, best known for cult hit Veronica Mars, will executive-produce Beautiful Strangers for the CW. The series follows two young thieves who are given a second chance as informants for the FBI.
Alan A. Armer, who produced the Emmy-winning television show The Fugitive, has died of colon cancer, according to The Hollywood Reporter. He was 88.
Armer died Dec. 5 in his Los Angeles home.
From 1949-51, Armer produced one of TV's first shows, Lights, Camera, Action. He went on to produce 20th Century Fox's first show, My Friend Flicka, in 1955, followed by Broken Arrow (1956) and Man Without a Gun (1958).
Kirsten Dunst isn't apologizing for partying a little too hard.
"When you're a single girl in your twenties, yeah, you go out with your friends," she tells the December 2010/January 2011 issue of BlackBook magazine. "And sometimes you drink too much. I don't know anybody else, with any type of job, who doesn't do that."
Jane Carrey and Jim Carrey
Jim Carrey's daughter, Jane, has split from her husband, Alex Santana, after one year of marriage, Us Weekly reports.
"The couple will remain friends, as well as devoted parents to their 9-month-old son, Jackson Riley," Jim's rep said.
Amber Heard credits GLAAD for being a reason she was able to come out.
Walking the red carpet at GLAAD'S 25th anniversary party with her partner, Tasya van Ree, Heard told AfterEllen.com: "GLAAD is one of the many reasons that I, as a 24-year-old, can come out ... If it weren't for opinions being changed, people being influenced, people being engaged to do the right thing, then there would be no prerogative for anyone to come out."