It looks like Delta Burke's return to TV is going to have to wait. Her ABC comedy pilot, Counter Culture has been shelved after the actress suffered an injury on the set, Deadline reports.
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Delta Burke checked herself into a psychiatric hospital last week, she told TMZ, to treat depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder and hoarding. In an interview, the former Designing Women star, 51, discusses her hoarding condition, a disorder in which individuals collect items to an unhealthy extent. While Burke says that the illness has "ruined" her life, she believes that she'll be able to overcome it, ostensibly starting with her hospital treatment. Anna Dimond
Kevin Federline has been asked to become a regular character on the CW's One Tree Hill after impressing producers with his arc as a rocker, claims the U.K.'s Digital Spy.... A bit more info on Emily Rose's Jericho character: the John from Cincinnati actress has been booked for a five-episode gig playing an aid worker who helps with the reconstruction of the town, says the Reporter. Rose also is doing eight eppys of Brothers & Sisters, as a bad-gal pal of Rebecca's.... Rescue Me's Andrea Roth has Bridal Fever in a Hallmark movie about a wannabe bride who gets help in landing Mr. Right from a romance novelist (Delta Burke).
There's perfect, and then there's beyond perfect: Project Runway's sartorial sweetheart, Tim Gunn, will appear in the Feb. 1 and 8 episodes of Ugly Betty, playing a Fashion TV reporter covering the fallout from "Mode" magazine's ill-fated runway show. American Idol's Katharine McPhee guests on the Internet serial Lonelygirl15 this Friday. What's more, the singer, a fan of the show, tells the Associated Press, "I would definitely go back if they asked me." Designing Woman Delta Burke and Picket Fences' Fyvush Finkel have inked deals to appear on Fox's new David E. Kelley series The Wedding Bells (aka "The Wedding Planners").