It's the sixteenth week on The Biggest Loser campus, and the claws are coming out. Tara lost her partner, leaving the Brown team as the only pair intact, and Tara's scared and upset that Jillian advocated for Laura to be voted out. The two talk it over, and after Jillian yells at her not to be so selfish and realize it wasn't right to keep her there with an injury, the two move on. On the other side, Kristin is also terrified that there are only three weigh-ins left and that the moment she declares how badly she wants to win, it will get yanked away.
When Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt finally walk down the aisle — for real — will Lauren Conrad be there for the nuptials? Mm, it's doubtful.
Out promoting her upcoming voice gig for Family Guy, Lauren was asked if she would be attending the rumored Speidi wedding. The Hills headliner giggled as she told reporters, "Probably not" — although she did note, "Yes, I was invited."
LC also isn't keen on stopping by Hills costar Audrina's new reality show that will focus on the aspiring actress' professional and personal life. "I feel like that's her thing," Conrad explained.
So what is Lauren doing with her time? While her clothing line may be on hold, she's been flexing her other creative muscles with ...
As Brooke had to say hello to her mom "Bitch-toria" who came back into town, two other couples — Mouth and Millie, Sam and Jack — had to say their goodbyes. And while Nathan was stepping it up on the court, his son Jamie was excelling in the classroom. But it was a car accident that really shook up the group, all in this week's episode of One Tree Hill.
The Biggest Loser's Alison Sweeney may be pulling double duty as host of the hit weight-loss show and mom to newborn girl Megan, but she's also spreading awareness about the allergies from which 36 million people suffer. Hollywood 411 spoke to the daytime vet about her new cause. Plus: Alison opens up about being a "cheerleader" for the Biggest Loser contestants.
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Jillian Michaels often catches heat for her harsh tactics and boot camp-style attitude as a trainer on NBC's The Biggest Loser, but the AP reports that Michaels insists it's the only way to get the "half-dead" contestants to shed the pounds.
When Dr. Huizenga told Laura Denoux she had the worst injury he had seen in seven seasons, she knew she was in trouble. The 24-year-old fractured her hip and was forced to restrict her workouts, leading to a 3-pound weight gain and being up for elimination. Although she wanted to stay, Laura was sent home to recover from her injury and continue her progress on her own. TVGuide.com checked in with the former plus-size model, who has been able to maintain her 77-pound weight-loss, on how it felt to be made over by Tim Gunn and what she really thinks of Ron.
TVGuide.com: How did it feel to get the makeover this week?
Laura Denoux: The makeover felt amazing...
After the debacle at The Dime that ended with Heidi going home to Colorado, Stephanie went to check in with Spencer on the situation. "Did you leave the train out front that matches that hat?" he says to his sis. OK, that was the first time Spencer and I were actually thinking the same thing. Steph tells him about Heidi "hanging" out with her ex Colby at home, and Spencer decides he's going to start going out with other people as well.
After Sione exited the competition last week, his cousin, Filipe, is left to fight for his community and a win for Bob's team. He's sick of Jillian winning at the finales and believes the battle is now on.
Zac Efron may be 17 Again but he doesn't plan on succumbing to the pressures of young Hollywood.
The star of the High School Musical franchise tells GQ magazine that at a recent Lakers game Leonardo DiCaprio warned him...
The season 5 premiere of The Hills left a few things hanging in the balance. Will Heidi and Lauren fix their friendship? Will Spencer fess up to flirting with the bartender? Onto the recap...