Model and actress Angie Everhart has been diagnosed with thyroid cancer and will undergo surgery on Tuesday, Extra reports.
Angie Everhart and Sigmund the Sea Monster
This exclusive was dropped in my hat and seemed just too bizarre not to report. On Friday, July 22, former Sly Stallone squeeze Angie Everhart will moderate a Sigmund and the Sea Monsters-centric panel down at San Diego's Comic-Con. Angie will grill the show's creators, Sid and Marty Krofft, about all things Sigmund — including the Sept. 6 DVD release of the first season of the psychedelic 1973-75 kiddie show. "Now that Angie has a young son, she is very aware of kids' programming and she is a huge H.R. Pufnstuf fan," explains Marty. "I thought she would be great to host our panel at Comic-Con this year, so I asked her and here she is."...
Nancy Juvonen and Jimmy Fallon by Steve Granitz/WireImage.com
SNL alum Jimmy Fallon is altar-bound, having popped the question to longtime honey Nancy Juvonen, who co-owns Flower Films with Drew Barrymore and apparently never saw Taxi, says the New York Post.... Also heading to the chapel, I now read, are Joe Pesci and Angie Everhart (?!).... Lou Diamond Phillips' second marriage, to Kelly Phillips, has officially been dissolved. The couple will share custody of their three children, with Phillips paying child and spousal support totalling $12,200 a month. Guess who wants more Numbers guest gigs now?
I am so excited about the June 4 Ex-Wives Club [Mondays at 9 pm/ET, on ABC]! My daughter Tiffany (who's 13 years old now) and I previewed the episode together, and let me tell you how wonderful it was to share huge laughs and also have tears of empathy and joy streaming down our faces at the same time. It is so great to be part of a show that the whole family can enjoy together and get to experience those special moments!This episode in particular is so special to me because Tina, our female participant, and I formed such a huge bond from the very beginning. She is from New York, which happens to be where I spent 15 very important years growing up, and she also is an actress. When I called to tell her she had been picked to be on our show, she cried and said she had watched me on TV since she was a little girl and had always wanted us to meet. Who says there's no such thing as fate? She had seen me go through a lot of joy and pain in the media, and I think she could relate to so muc...
The first episode of Ex-Wives Club is one that I am particularly fond of because not only do we help our "man and woman of the week," but we throw a car out of a plane at 10,000 feet! The premise of the show is that we are trying to help a man and a woman get through what can be one of the hardest experiences of a lifetime: a divorce. These people were left broken and hurt, mad and sad, among many other emotions. How many of you out there can relate to a heart ache? All of us, right? We as humans seem to grow when we are in pain what is up with that? What about growth when there is no pain? But that is a topic for a whole other show! So back to the first episode of Ex-Wives
.Debbie Ford puts them through a two-day, very intense crash course of what they did wrong in their relationship and what to do to get over it. I am talking hard-core, people she tells it how it is. (I love that, by the way.) Then Marla, Shar, and I take over and give each person what they need...