Tori Spelling, Kate Holmes
Tori Spelling isn't holding back when it comes to former friend Katie Holmesin her new memoir Spelling It Like It Is.
According to Radar Online, Spelling recalled liking Holmes when they first met. "Dawson's Creek Katie was exactly what you'd expect," Spelling wrote. "She was wearing jeans and a tank top. Her hair was down. She was shy but engaging, and altogether pretty adorable."
Morgan Freeman has one thing to say to the Republican party: WTF?
In an interview with The Daily Beast, Freeman slammed the GOP, saying they "pretty much destroyed themselves" by allowing the Tea Party to have so much control.
"The lengths that people will go to to show their prejudices! You see some of these signs that say, 'TAKE OUR COUNTRY BACK!' What the f--- is that? Whose country are you talking about?" Freeman said.
Jonathan Rhys Meyers
Thanks to Twilight, vampire fangs have gone limp. The monsters of lore have become neutered romantics, who'd rather swallow their every instinct than a pint of human blood. But finally, NBC has presented us with a bloodsucking alternative -- and one that will hopefully help combat the world's current vampire fatigue.
Wynonna Judd, John Rich
Let John Rich help get you into the holiday spirit with his upcoming TVGN special Rich at Night.
The Celebrity Apprentice winner will co-host the 90-minute special, along withSophie Monk, straight from his Nashville home "Mount Richmore."
Mirror, mirror on the wall. Who has the best costume of them all?
That's the question the first annual Hub Halloween Bash aims to answer. The two-hour special, hosted by Saturday Night Live's Kenan Thompson, features children from across the country competing in a star-studded costume contest with the winner nabbing $25,000 and a walk-on role on the Daytime Emmy-winning series R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour: The Series.
After nearly two years, Sherlock will return to PBS on Jan. 19 at 10/9c following Downton Abbey, Entertainment Weekly reports.
"We are hugely excited about this next series of Sherlock, and have worked closely with our partners, Masterpiece and PBS, to bring these episodes to U.S. audiences in January. We promise our fans that Season 3 is worth waiting for," said executive producer Sue Vertue.