Johnny Weir, Tara Lipinski, Johnny Weir
Johnny Weir and Tara Lipinski have been tapped to join Access Hollywood on the Oscars red carpet, NBC announced Tuesday.
Weir, 29, and Lipinski, 31, were breakout stars...
Kris Humphries, Kim Kardashian
It didn't take long before the news of Kim Kardashian's impending divorce led to a flurry of celebrities weighing in on Twitter. Some of our favorites:
Access Hollywood Live anchor Billy Bush is jetting off to London, where he and co-host Kit Hoover will broadcast their news-and-gossip show live all week long beginning Monday. They're covering the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, natch. What does Bush have in store for us shameless romantics?
Michael Douglas says his cancerous tumor is gone.
"I'm back," he told Access Hollywood's Billy Bush. "My tumor is gone...but I probably won't be clicking my heels for another two or three months."
Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon
Mariah Carey has finally confirmed what has been suspected for months: She and her husband, Nick Cannon, are expecting a baby.
See photos of Carey through the years
"Yes, we are pregnant. This is true," the 41-year-old singer-actress said during an Access Hollywood interview with Billy Bush. A preview of the interview aired on Wednesday's Today.
"It's still early; I'm expecting in ...
Katherine Heigl almost debuted more than just her darker hair color.
The newly brunette Grey's Anatomy star caught her dress strap after it broke while she was accepting the Female Star of the Year award at the ShoWest convention in Las Vegas last week, according to E! News.
VIDEO: Katherine Heigl's wardrobe mishap
The show's emcee, Billy Bush, swooped in and ...
Longtime Access Hollywood co-anchor Nancy O'Dell is leaving the show this week after 13 years.
"Having been at Access Hollywood from day one of the show, this has been an incredibly tough decision for O'Dell," her publicist, Annie Jeeves, said in a statement issued on O'Dell's behalf...
Jon Hamm by Craig Blankenhorn/AMC
What if they gave an awards show and nobody came? That heretofore rhetorical question has been answered twice in the last week, with unspeakably unwatchable results.First came CBS comically corny and pitifully rated Peoples Choice Awards last Tuesday. With its ceremonial and traditionally well-attended all-star party scrapped by the writers strike, this new and unimproved version (with winners accepting in awkward taped segments) was emceed by poor Queen Latifah from what looked like a drag queen's bunker. I only made it through the first commercial break of that sad excuse for a show before bailing.But I had no choice but to slog through all of NBCs historic (for all the wrong reasons) telecast Sunday of what the network called The Golden Globes Winners Special. Though only an hour long, it felt much longer than the usual three-hour glamourfest as Billy Bush and Nancy ODell struggled to vamp their way through what can only be thought of as ...
The season finale of VH1's Bret Michaels dating show, Rock of Love, drew 5.4 million total viewers on Sunday, and was the cabler's second-highest rated telecast ever among the 18-49.... Nick Jr. premieres its hour-long Go, Diego, Go!: Safari Rescue movie on Monday at 9:30 am/ET.... Billy Bush has inked a new multiyear deal to remain as coanchor of Access Hollywood.... Tim Russert's eponymous weekend talker is moving from CNBC to MSNBC.... A Jan. 22 DVD release has been set for The Girls Next Door: Season Three.
All right, Ill admit its kind of odd hosting a behind the scenes show (inFANity) of a behind the scenes show (Access Hollywood), then writing a behind the scenes take (this blog) all about what goes on behind the scenes. Just think of this as the most inside, exclusive, behind the scenes, first look (and any other histrionic broadcasting phrase that comes to mind) youve ever seen. Youre about to experience history, people!Having worked in several newsrooms around the country -- KGNS in Laredo, Texas, KGBT in the Rio Grande Valley, WAVY Norfolk, KTTV Los Angeles, and KCBS same city -- I know how a good manager can affect what you do and ultimately what people see on the air. Having said that, the reason the gorgeous, perfectly coiffed hosts (hair is real important there as it should be) on Access Hollywood seem to come through the television screen when they speak to you is because of the boss. The Queso Grande. The man who shouts Action! more than...