Mariska Hargitay was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, E! Online reports.
Bill Skarsgard, Landon Liboiron
This was another wrenching week in our nation's history when sudden tragedy galvanizes the country's attention, and all eyes (often fueled nowadays by social media) turn to TV for the latest developments — for better or sometimes worse, given the get-it-first-and-maybe-even-right nature of the 24/7 news cycle. We'll never forget those images of horror and heroism issuing from Boston, such is the nature of the medium and the immediacy of the message.
Lena Dunham, Chad Lowe(inset)
Lena Dunham wasn't kidding when she said she had "promised" to thank Chad Lowe during her Golden Globes acceptance speech — in fact, she made the pact last August.
Chad Lowe and Kim Painter
Baby No. 2 is on the way for Pretty Little Liars' Chad Lowe and his wife, Kim, People reports.
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Now that Law & Order: Special Victims Unit has been renewed for Season 14, star Mariska Hargitay wants her character Olivia Benson to find long-lasting love.
"ADA Haden (Harry Connick Jr.) made her realize that there is hope," Hargitay told TVGuide.com at her fifth annual Joyful Heart Gala. "She was so broken and in pain and devastated with the departure of Elliot Stabler (Chris Meloni), that the truth is, now that he's gone I think there's room. With him there I think she had blinders on and now she's going, 'Wait a minute there's a whole other world out there.'"
Hilary Swank, Debra Messing, Glenn Close
Celebrities such as Debra Messing, Glenn Close and Hilary Swank are very excited about President Barack Obama's support of same-sex marriage.
As the former star of NBC's Will & Grace (one of the first successful shows to portray openly gay characters), Messing was particularly moved by the President's statement.
VIDEO: Joe Biden cites Will & Grace in endorsement of gay marriage
"To have the President of the United States come out and openly support equal marriage rights... and [for Joe Biden] to say that Will & Grace has done more to educate the country about gays and lesbians —it's humbling. It makes me very emotional," she told TVGuide.com at Mariska Hargitay's Joyful Heart Foundation Gala in New York.
Check out what else Messing, Close and Swank had to say about marriage equality:
Former Big Love star Chloe Sevigny is returning to TV with a guest role on NBC's Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Law & Order: SVU: Will Benson's new relationship last?
Sources tell us that Sevigny will play a stay-at-home mom who is attacked and kidnapped while video-chatting with her husband, who's halfway around the world. She is slated to start shooting the episode next week...
Eva Longoria Parker
Rosario Dawson, Angie Harmon, Eva Longoria, Hilary Swank, and Betty White will be among the presenters at the 17th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, executive producer Jeff Margolis announced Thursday.
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Swank and White are nominated for awards for their performances in Conviction and Hot in Cleveland, respectively. White received the ...
Kim Painter and Chad Lowe
Chad Lowe has married his longtime girlfriend, People reports.
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The Pretty Little Liars star wed film producer Kim Painter on Saturday before family and friends at ...
Sam Mendes, Kate Winslet
For many best-actress Oscar winners, the award has been a bad-luck charm for matters of the heart. More than a handful of leading ladies have parted ways with their significant others after snagging a statuette — from the Golden Age of Hollywood (Bette Davis and first husband Harmon Nelson) to the '70s (Barbra Streisand and Elliott Gould) to the turn of the millennium (Helen Hunt and Hank Azaria). In the past week, Kate Winslet split from Sam Mendes, while Jesse James has apologized to his wife, 2009 Academy Award best-actress winner Sandra Bullock, after reports of infidelity surfaced. The future of Bullock and James' relationship is unclear, but the so-called "curse" has reared its ugly head frequently of late. Let's take a look at the last 10 best-actress winners: