Jim Parsons and Mayim Bialik
Few things bring more pleasure than watching a deservedly hit comedy firing on all cylinders. Such is the case with this week's rollicking The Big Bang Theory (Thursday, 8/7c on CBS), which no matter how long we've enjoyed it still manages to show that it has new tricks up its sleeve — notably, Simon Helberg's gift for celebrity impressions. They come in handy as Howard assumes the role of dungeon master in a game of Dungeons & Dragons on what's supposed to be a boys' night, soon invaded by the gal pals when their plans for a Vegas getaway crap out. "I've never played Dungeons & Dragons with girls before," whines the resistant-to-change Sheldon, to which Penny answers: "Don't worry, sweetie, no one has." Big boom!
Another former Disney Channel star is coming to Two and a Half Men, but this time she has her sights set on Walden (Ashton Kutcher)!
Lizzie McGuire alum Hilary Duff will guest-star on the CBS comedy's upcoming season...
Only eight months after giving birth, Hilary Duff is back in her skinny jeans.
"Yaaaa bitches! Gabe johns your kickin my ass and its paying off! Skinny jeans! LETS GO!" Duff tweeted, along with a photo of her size 26 jeans.<
Hilary Duff is returning to television.
"Ok it's official! Very excited about my development deal with 20th century fox!! t.v. here I come! :)" Duff tweeted.
Hilary Duff sued over car accident
Under the new pact, which was first reported by Deadline, the former Lizzie McGuire star will develop, star in and produce a half-hour comedy for the studio. Should her project not get picked up, the studio can cast her in a different comedy or drama.
Hilary Duff has been sued over a 2010 car accident, E! News reports.
In the lawsuit, obtained by E!, Rachel Owens claims that Duff crashed her Range Rover into her car on Dec. 12, 2010 and that she incurred serious injuries from the accident.
Time magazine has sparked controversy with its latest cover depicting a mom breastfeeding her 3-year-old son.
Los Angeles-based stay-at-home mother Jamie Lynne Grumet, 26, was photographed with her son for the issue that tackles attachment parenting. The divisive practice, which was started by The Baby Book author Dr. Bill Sears, is focused on breastfeeding past infancy, co-sleeping and baby-wearing, which is attaching an infant to their parent via a sling.
Grumet told Time that her mother breastfed her until she was 6 and that she posed for the cover because she wants to make extended breastfeeding publicly acceptable. She said that strangers have threatened to "call social services on me or [said] that it's child molestation" when they see her nursing in public.
Hilary Duff and Mike Comrie
Another mommy TMI? Hilary Duff says she keeps her newborn baby Luca's umbilical cord stump in a drawer!
"The belly button falling off ... was a big milestone," Duff told People magazine. "And then I wanted to keep it but my husband was like, 'No, that's gross, you can't keep it!' I'm like, 'I'm totally keeping it,' and I secretly kept it."
Hilary Duff and husband welcome a baby boy
So where did the actress stash it?
Hilary Duff and Mike Comrie
Lizzie McGuire star Hilary Duff and husband Mike Comrie welcomed a son Tuesday, the actress wrote on her website.
Luca Cruz Comrie weighed in at...
Mike Comrie and Hilary Duff
Hilary Duff is going to be a mom.
The former Lizzie McGuire star and husband Mike Comrie are expecting their first child together, she announced on her website Sunday. "We also want to share the exciting news that ... BABY MAKES...
Ezra Miller and Sarah Hyland
What do Pretty Little Liars, The Vampire Diaries, Twilight, The Lying Game and The Hunger Games have in common? They're all popular young-adult novels getting adapted for the screen.
Populazzi is the latest in the genre — Disney starlet Bella Thorne, among others, has been tweeting about it. The novel follows Cara, the new girl who, with the help of her best friend, attempts to climb the social ladder.