Have you missed seeing some of your favorite — or most hated — stars of The Bachelor and Bachelorette reunite? Well, some of them will be back this summer looking for...
The next season of The Bachelor has just begun filming, so what better time to check in with former castmates to get their thoughts on the newest star, Juan Pablo Galavis.
Remember when ABC Sports used to go "up close and personal" in its profiles of athletic greats? In its terrific new "Nine for IX" series of documentaries about women's accomplishments in sports, ESPN Films applies that same intimate, emotional style to a true legend of college basketball, University of Tennessee coach Pat Summitt, in the video love letter Pat XO (Tuesday, 8/7c, ESPN). Produced by Good Morning America's Robin Roberts, this entertaining collage of testimonials from players and colleagues — with Summitt's grown son Tyler providing an emotional narrative thread — is underscored with sadness in the wake of her diagnosis last year with early-onset Alzheimer's...
Many musicians have graced the Bachelor franchise: Wes Hayden, Ty Brown, Bob Guiney and of course, Kasey Kahl.
On Monday night's episode of Bachelor Pad, Kasey tries to top his serenade for Ali Fedotowsky — a refresher can be seen here— in honor of his current girlfriend Vienna.
Bachelor Pad's Chris Harrison calls Kasey the Godfather of the house
"When you're feeling blue, just know that I love you," he sings as he stares into Vienna's eyes...
Rebecca Budig and Michael Benson
The year is off to a good start for All My Children star Rebecca Budig: She's engaged to television marketing executive Michael Benson, People reports.
"He's an amazing man and we're just really happy," Budig told the magazine.
Rebecca Budig and Bob Guiney
Bob Guiney is about to become a bachelor again: His wife, actress Rebecca Budig, has filed for divorce after five years of marriage.
Check out photos from The Bachelor
Budig filed papers at Los Angeles Superior Court last Thursday, citing irreconcilable differences. The All My Children star listed Sept. 7, 2009 as the date of separation and has requested the court ...
Vienna Girardi and Jake Pavelka
As the next installment of ABC's hit dating show stars premieres with a returning Bachelor looking for a second shot at love, we've got to wonder: Why would anyone want to go back to a show that has such a poor track record when it comes to couples who stay together? Is it possible that TV isn't the best place to look for love? We decided to take a look back — at both The Bachelor and The Bachelorette — to see where all the contestants are now.
Band from TV
What do House's Hugh Laurie, Desperate Housewives Teri Hatcher and Heroes' Greg Grunberg all have in common? If you said they're all on TV, you're only half right. All of these famous faces are also using their serious musical talents to raise money for a good cause.
Find out more about who's in the celebrity ensemble band, how it came to be and watch a video interview with the band members from Heroes, House and more after the jump.
Greg Grunberg, who stars as telepathic Matt Parkman on NBC's Heroes, is using his real-life powers for good, not evil, by chairing the upcoming Epilepsy Foundation walk and working on an art auction to support the worthy cause. TVGuide.com caught up with Grunberg, whose son Jake suffers from the condition, to find out more about his charitable efforts, his celebrity band and, of course, what's coming up on Heroes.
TVGuide.com: Tell me a little bit more about the auction. How did you convince the artists and the show to donate art to the Epilepsy Foundation?Greg Grunberg: That would have been the greatest feat of salesmanship for me, but it wasn't. They're just incredibly generous and they know how important it is to me. Also, I've been working for NBC for a long time, so [NBC Entertainment honchos] Kevin Riley a
If what he says is true, and he has only seen a handful of episodes of ABC's The Bachelor, then New York Giants quarterback Jesse Palmer is, scarily, a natural to succeed kissing bandit Bob Guiney in the reality-TV "rose bowl" (starting tomorrow at 9 pm/ET). "There are a couple of hot-tub scenes," the muscle-bound 25-year-old readily admits. "I'll probably get a couple [of phone calls about them from my mother... but] I'm not going to ask for her opinion, I'll tell you that!"
Luckily, the affable hunk, who lists a nice rump among the qualities he most admires in a woman, didn't need Mom's input on his selection of a mate. This go-round, a close friend of his is pulling a Jennifer Garner in the ladies' house. "As soon as the idea came up [to employ a spy], I jumped all over it. I thought it was a great idea," he says. "I think it really, really helped me with some of the tougher decisions."
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