Wynonna Judd, John Rich
Let John Rich help get you into the holiday spirit with his upcoming TVGN special Rich at Night.
The Celebrity Apprentice winner will co-host the 90-minute special, along withSophie Monk, straight from his Nashville home "Mount Richmore."
John Rich and Wendy Williams
TVGN is expanding their original programming with new unscripted shows debuting this fall that feature a mother-daughter duo managing kids in show business, a tequila entrepreneur and his four daughters, Wendy Williams and John Rich.
Mother of All Talent is an eight-episode docu-series that follows mother-daughter duo Nikki and Lorri, who have built one of the nation's leading talent agencies for kids in Staten Island, N.Y. Mother Nikki can be blunt and overbearing, while daughter Lorri always makes things right for the clients. And then there are the stage parents! Seth Jarrett (Boston's Finest) and Julie Insogna-Jarrett are executive producers...
Bret Michaels, Gary Busey
You're hired — again! Fourteen former Celebrity Apprentice contestants will return to the boardroom for the show's upcoming all-star season.
Nelly, Gloria Estefan, Joe Jonas, John Rich
The Next's Gloria Estefan says that although she's the only female mentor in a group that includes Joe Jonas, Nelly and John Rich, she's more trouble than the men! "I felt like the headmistress for the school of naughty boys, but I'm naughtier than the three of them put together," Estefan told TVGuide.com.
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Nelly, Gloria Estefan, Joe Jonas, John Rich
Who will be the next big singer to come from a reality competition show? The CW's new show The Next hopes to find out.
Executive-produced by Queen Latifah, The Next features Joe Jonas, Nelly, Gloria Estefan and John Rich as musical mentors to up-and-coming musicians in six different cities. Over the course of 72 hours, each celebrity mentor will guide the contestants, by immersing themselves in the contenders' lives. They go to work with them and socialize with them, all the while preparing them for their big performance.
The L.A. Complex
The CW has announced premiere dates for a slew of reality programming in addition to the return of America's Next Top Model, Remodeled and the scripted series L.A. Complex.
America's Next Top Model: College Edition will debut its 19th cycle on Friday, Aug. 24 at 8/7c. The upcoming season will include the return of Tyra Banks and Kelly Cutrone, but with new judges Rob Evans and Johnny Wujek who have replaced J. Alexander and Nigel Barker, and mentor Jay Manuel. It will also include an interactive element where fans can vote for which contestants should stay and who should be eliminated.
New CW singing competition adds Joe Jonas, Nelly
Joe Jonas, Nelly
Joe Jonas and Nelly have joined Gloria Estefan and John Rich on The CW's upcoming singing competition.
Formerly titled The Star Next Door, The Next: Fame Is at Your Doorstep comes from executive producer Queen Latifah and follows...
Donald Trump, John Rich
John Rich was named the winner of the fourth season of Celebrity Apprentice, adding another $250,000 to the amount he raised for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
The prize money is practically chump change compared to Rich's pre-victory haul: $1,011,900. Runner-up Marlee Matlin failed to nab the title but still raked in $1,050,000 for the Starkey Hearing Foundation. The total raised for charity this season: $3,120,852...
John Rich, Donald Trump, Marlee Matlin
As country music superstar John Rich and Oscar-winning actress Marlee Matlin prepare to do battle on the Celebrity Apprentice finale this Sunday, both stress that no matter what the outcome, they both walk away big winners for the work they've put in all season.
La Toya Jackson
This season of The Celebrity Apprentice has no shortage of extreme celeb behavior... thank God! A big part the show's entertainment value comes from getting to watch fame's absurd effect on real-life situations. Celebrities flail with more vigor, fail with more melodrama and generally attack the portrait of life with the broadest strokes possible... or so reality TV tells us. It's a logical effect, given that we're watching natural entertainers — or aspiring ones, at least. A few examples of the way fame intensified situations on this week's art-fundraising episode are below...