Kelly Osbourne says being called fat broke her heart.
"It sets you up to hate yourself in a huge way. I truly believe it's the main reason I turned to Vicodin and ended up in rehab three times. I just hated myself," the 26-year-old tells Self magazine.
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Although much of ABC's Private Practice is serious and somber, star KaDee Strickland says there are tons of levity to come on-screen — and that the cast has plenty of fun off-screen.
"The beauty of what Shonda [Rhimes] creates for us over at Private Practice is that for every terrible thing that happens, somehow we rise," Strickland says.
How do Giuliana and Bill Rancic make sure their relationship avoids the reality show curse? The36-year-old E! News anchor says the key is a having strong foundation.
"For a lot of these people who have fallen victim to the reality show curse, it was a matter of time... and reality shows accelerate it," she says.
It's Thanksgiving in Tree Hill, and what was supposed to be a small gathering at the Scott household, turns into a big old party fill with lots of fights.
After Brooke burns her turkey and Skills' bird is delivered live, they head over to the Haley's. Things get tense when both Mia and Alex, who are at war over Chase, show up, followed by Brooke's out-of-jail mother. To Brooke's surprise and disappointment, her mom and Julian's mom get along pretty famously. "You are supposed to be making her uncomfortable so she leaves," Brooke says. But a tipsy Sylvia is loving Victoria.
Being in a relationship with the roommate of your best friend, with whom you also have a past, can be complicated — especially when there are unresolved feelings. While Hellcats' Dan Patch is dating peppy cheerleading captain Savannah (Ashley Tisdale), it may not compare to his longtime friend and first love, Marti (Aly Michalka). Star Matt Barr tells TVGuide.com he's personally torn between which way his character should go, but that Patch will make a decision soon that he calls "radical."
More than 25 years after she rose to fame with her parody song "Homecoming Queen's Got a Gun," '80s pop icon and comedian Julie Brown is still acting, writing and finding new celebs to make fun of. Brown spoke to TVGuide.com about her latest role on the ABC sitcom The Middle (Wed, 8/7c), and why after all these years she's still asked to perform her hit song.