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Queer Eye for the Straight Guy
The Fab Five are reuniting!
Bravo will host a Queer Eye for the Straight Guy reunion that will bring back castmembers Ted Allen, Kyan Douglas, Thom Filicia, Carson Kressley and Jai Rodriguez.
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TV villains throughout the years have ranged from characters that you love to hate to those you simply just hate and wish would go away Ben Michael Emerson from Lost Alexis Joan Collins from Dynasty JR Larry Hagman from Dallas and Abby Donna Mills from Knots Landing would fall into the first category Eden AnnaLynne McCord definitely belongs in the second one Ugh The character has no redeeming qualities I actually cringe whenever she is on screen Do I find fault in the actress portrayal No I just think Eden is being written to be way too hateful Interesting to know that everyone I talk to about the show agrees Thumbs down to Eden Same goes with most of you who have posted comments here Michael Jacksons You Are Not Alone runs thru my head when I read most of the commentsWhen Eden first appeared in this episode it seemed she was heading in a better direction When she encouraged her BGF Best Gay Friend Chaz Jai Rodriguez from Queer Eye to come
Daisy Fuentes, Ultimate Style
Nearly a decade after hosting MTV’s popular House of Style, Daisy Fuentes returns to reporting on the latest fashion trends as cohost (with Queer Eye’s Jai Rodriguez) of Ultimate Style (11 pm/ET on STYLE), which debuts tonight.
TV Guide: So what is Ultimate Style?
Daisy Fuentes: I guess if you picture your favorite fashion magazines all put into one and then picture them coming to life and actually talking to you and showing you things…. It’s a fast-paced half hour that’s going to give you the scoop around the globe [on] beauty, celebrity style, home, travel.
Will Kirby, Dr. 90210
Fans may know him as the "Evil Doctor," but Will Kirby won't let that get in his way of being the newest Dr. 90210. The cosmetic dermatologist who won Big Brother 2 and appeared on Big Brother All-Stars is already well into his stint as a doc on the popular E! reality series (airing 10 PM/ET, E!), which follows plastic surgeons and their glitzy clients in L.A.
"I think this is the best season of Dr. 90210 ever, because there's a younger element, more of a Hollywood element, and we're really just trying to punch it up a bit," says Kirby. As a cosmetic dermatologist, Kirby does not typically perform the large-scale surgeries that the show's viewers may be used to, but he does many of the procedures that Hollywood clientele crave, such as lip augmentations and Botox — which in tonight's episode will be performed on a barte
Hal Sparks, Wayne Brady, Lucy Lawless and Carly Patterson, Celebrity Duets
You've seen them dance. You've seen them lose weight. You've even seen them ice-skate. Now it's time for celebrities to grab a mike and start singing. The contestants on Fox's Celebrity Duets will have a little help from well-known recording artists such as Clint Black, Macy Gray and Chaka Khan, so we're hoping the audience will be spared the torture of another William Hung. But with Simon Cowell wearing the executive-producer hat, anything is possible.
The show (premiering Aug. 29) is hosted by Wayne Brady and features eight celebrity "nonsingers" — wrestling champion Chris Jericho, actress Lea Thompson, Queer Eye lifestyle expert Jai Rodriguez, Xena's Lucy Lawless, actor Cheech Marin, Olympian gymnast Carly Patterson, Fresh Prince's Alfonso Ribeiro and comedian Hal Sparks. The warbling wannabes will be competing for $100,000, to be donated to the
Little Richard is a big get for Simon's Celebrity Duets.
As reported earlier this week, Lucy Lawless, Cheech Marin, WWE champ Chris Jericho, Olympian Carly Patterson, Fresh Prince's Alfonso Ribeiro, Queer Eye's Jai Rodriguez, Hal Sparks and Back to the Future's
Queer Eye's Ted Allen, Carson Kressley and Jai Rodriguez
Tonight at 10 pm/ET, Bravo brings back Queer Eye and the Fab Five in a block of episodes that vows to set marriage ceremonies straight once and for all. The new season finds Carson Kressley, Ted Allen, Kyan Douglas, Thom Filicia and Jai Rodriguez proffering their best wedding-planning advice each week as hetero couples prepare to say "I do" before family and friends. "For the very first time, the Fab Five rush in to help straight guys with the most important decision and event of their lives — marriage," notes Andrew Cohen, Bravo's VP of production and programming. "Tying the knot has never been this much fun!"
Of course, the very concept of the new season is laden with irony
New York's Fashion Week is the perfect time to ditch everyday wear and break out the couture — especially if you can snag invites to those glitzy after-parties that cap off the runway shows. Debutantes, divas and drag queens alike were at the West Village's Ace Gallery to sample the fifth incarnation of Viva Glam. That's MAC's high-shine cosmetic offering, with 100 percent of proceeds going to the MAC AIDS Fund.
Queer Eye for the Straight Guy's social butterfly, Jai Rodriguez, practiced what he preaches as he worked the room. TV Guide Online spotted him trading hugs and quips with another NBC reality boy, The Apprentice's Kwame Jackson. FYI, the Fab Five has just put out the Queer Eye soundtrack, but Rodriguez plans to do a solo act on his in-the-works debut CD. "It's pop-rock, kind of Anastacia meets Justin Timberlake," h