TV Guide Network is developing a new series called Hollywood Moms' Club, which promises to give viewers a peek into the lives of hottest celebrity mothers.
Featuring Alison Sweeney and Ali Landry, Hollywood Moms' Club focuses on the two stars and their regular potluck dinners where they discuss being a working mom with their famous friends. Different guests will join Sweeney and Landry in each episode, beginning with Denise Richards.
Nickelodeon, hello! Larry King may have signed off from CNN, but he's definitely found ways to keep busy.
King will next appear on Family BrainSurge (formerly BrainSurge), Nickelodeon's mind-bending game show that has been rebranded to include the whole family.
The former host of Larry King Live is one of the many celebrities who will compete for the ultimate honor...
What does it take to impress Candace Cameron Bure? A wicked handstand apparently.
On Tuesday's episode of Nail Files, salon owner Katie Cazorla meets the former Full House child actor when she comes in to The Painted Nail for a little pampering. Bure, 35, currently co-stars on ABC Family's gymnastics drama Make It or Break It, and Cazorla is a huge fan. In fact, Cazorla says she was once a gymnast herself, a fact she demonstrates at the urging of Bure and her friends.
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Who did celebs like Miley Cyrus and Sofia Vergara idolize growing up?
"I was a big boy band fan when I was younger. I loved watching them dance, so that inspired me to want to dance," Cyrus told TVGuide.com on the red carpet at the Kids' Choice Awards.
Modern Family's Vergara, on the other hand, couldn't get enough of teen hunk Johnny Depp. "I used to see 21 Jump Street when I was in Colombia," she says.
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Candace Cameron Bure says she battled bulimia after Full House ended.
"It's a very dangerous cycle that can just start to consume your life and really take over," the former child star tells People.
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Cameron Bure, 34, chronicles her eating disorder for the first time in her new book, Reshaping It All, in which she writes that she started binging and purging after Full House concluded in 1995. At the time, she was also ...