August 31 will mark 10 years since Princess Diana of Wales died in a high-speed car crash in Paris. For weeks it was a major saga that consumed television news. Here's how some of the journalists who covered it remember the shocking tragedy.Piers Morgan of America's Got Talent who was then the editor of Englands Daily Mirror: I went out to dinner on the night she died. I got a call about 1 am U.K. time saying her car had been in an accident and that Dodi Fayed was hurt and Diana was OK. Then I got a call saying Dodi was dead. By then I realized this was a huge international news story. So I went to my office at the Daily Mirror, we marshalled our team, and by 3:30 or 4 am we had 200 journalists in the newsroom. At 4 am I got a call from one of our journalists who was with British royal secretary Robin Cook, who had heard from the French ambassador that Diana was dead. I remember sitting back in my chair feeling a mixture of emotions. On a professional level, I thought this was...
Project RunwayI did not expect a regular ol' reunion show to elicit such tears of laughter. Brilliant montage editing. Brilliant idea to get Guadalupe wasted before taping. And yes, I am truly happy that they've kept Santino on the show until the finale — how else would we have so many excellent clips of him: talking back to the judges; talking smack about the other designers (OK, he was too mean to Diana); doing impressions of Tim Gunn (my stomach hurt by the end of his broken "Make it work" robot routine); and, of course, singing in "Project Runway: The Musical," costarring Andrae and Nick.
In the actual reunion footage, Santino was rather weak, defending his nas
As the mystery of the bus crash deepens on UPN's Veronica Mars (Wednesdays at 9 pm/ET), how and when will viewers learn more about the students who died? Will Sheriff Lamb get what's coming to him by season's end? And is another showdown between Alyson Hannigan and Charisma Carpenter in the works? In this exclusive Q&A — and to tide you over until new episodes return in early March — Mars creator Rob Thomas provides plenty of clues in response to these and other burning questions from TVGuide.com readers.
Question: One thing I really liked about last year were the flashbacks. Are there going to be bus-crash flashbacks? And what are Lilly's chances of returning next season?&