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Lacey Chabert Previews Hallmark Movie Channel's The Color of Rain

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You might want to have a box of tissues handy before checking out this week's Saturday-night Hallmark Movie Channel original, The Color of Rain.

Based on a true story (chronicled in a New York Times best-selling book of the same title) The Color of Rain explores the emotional struggles that overtake two families when each loses a member to cancer within weeks of each other. Gina Kell — played by Mean Girls' Lacey Chabert — loses her husband, Matt (Matthew Kevin Anderson), on Christmas Day, while Michael Spehn (Warren Christie), loses his wife, Cathy (Allyson Grant), six weeks later.

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Tina Fey Shoots Down Mean Girls Reunion Film Rumors

Lindsay Lohan and Tina Fey

For those hoping the cast of Mean Girls would reunite for the film's 10th anniversary, don't hold your breath.

While Tina Fey promoted her new movie Muppets Most Wanted, the Mean Girls writer told Access Hollywood that there would... read more

Party of Five Alum Lacey Chabert Reveals Secret Wedding

Lacey Chabert and her sister Crissy

Lacey Chabert may have played a blabbermouth on Mean Girls, but in real life, she knows how to keep a secret!

The Party of Five alum, 31, revealed on Friday that she got... read more

Lacey Chabert Strips Down for Maxim

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Lacey Chabert has once again stripped down for a sexy Maxim photoshoot. The Mean Girls star, 31, appears on the magazine's November cover in her bra and underwear, as well as a barely-there robe.

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Exclusive: Which Party of Five Alum Was Cast on Baby Daddy?

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Lacey Chabert is heading to ABC Family's Baby Daddy, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.

The Party of Five alum will guest-star in two episodes as Dr. Amy Shaw, a headstrong, newly minted sports psychologist who has just landed a job working with the New York Rangers. Her first patient? Danny (Derek Theler), whom she'll help come out of a major slump. And, of course, sparks might fly

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Life Is Funny 'N Sunny for Party Gal Lacey Chabert

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Party of Five's plucky violinist keeps plugging along. In Lifetime's What If God Were the Sun? (premiering tonight at 9 pm/ET), Lacey Chabert stars opposite no less than Oscar nominee/Emmy winner Gena Rowlands, playing a nurse whose world unravels upon the sudden death of her father. Transferred to a long-term-care facility, she meets Rowlands' character, a real character who teaches her to embrace life anew. Balancing out this emotional fare for Chabert is her sitcom pilot at Fox (whose fate will be decided this week). TVGuide.com asked her about both projects, her latest thoughts on "big brother" Matthew Fox's Lost, read more

Fall 2007: Huff Star's in The Thick of It

Who's doing what this pilot season? From the Reporter:• Huff's two-time Emmy nominee, Oliver Platt, has joined ABC's D.C.-set British import, The Thick of It.• As first scooped by Ausiello, Chris Lowell (aka Veronica Mars' Piz) is set to guest-star on the Grey's Anatomy episode setting up the possible spin-off. Deets on Lowell's character, even his name, are being kept hush-hush. Hmmm....• Lacey Chabert (Mean Girls) joins Molly Stanton (Twins) and Dorian Brown as sorority sisters trying to clean up their act after college in an untiled Fox laffer.• Eric Winter (Wildfire) is a police detective in CBS' Viva Laughlin.• Reba's Steve Howey is The Beast in Fox's comedy about a womanizing veterinarian.• James D'Arcy is a lead agent on the hunt for E.T. sleeper cells in Fox's Them.• Thad Luckinbill (The Young and the Restless) has joined CBS' police serial Protect and Serve. read more

Ho, Ho, No! Christmas Slasher Called "Out of Line"

A remake of the 1974 cult classic Black Christmas has come under attack for delivering a horror-themed take on the holy day this Dec. 20. "It's out of line," a spokesperson for the Catholic League tells the New York Daily News . "It's not showing any sensitivity to Christians [or] the birth of our Lord." A rep for the film — which stars Michelle Trachtenberg and Lacey Chabert — counters, "There is a long tradition of releasing horror movies... as counterprogramming to the regular yuletide fare." Wait, when did Glitter come out? read more

FALL-TV UPDATE!

Joey's nephew, Paulo Costanzo, has joined CBS' untitled comedy pilot about an engaged couple, a married couple and a single guy.... As she hinted at in last week's Insider Q&A, Lacey Chabert has landed herself a pilot: The Party of Five alum will play sister to Lindsay Sloane in CW's Nick Lachey-starring romantic comedy She Said/He Said. read more

Lacey Chabert Isn't a Mean Girl at All

Lacey Chabert, Hello Sister, Goodbye Life!

Oh, how Party of Five's sweet Claudia has grown up. In the nearly six years since the sibling sudser aired its swan song, Lacey Chabert has gotten wild with the Thornberrys, at one point found herself Lost in Space, and then fell in with some Mean Girls. This Sunday at 7 pm/ET, Chabert stars in ABC Family's Hello Sister, Goodbye Life!, a TV-movie about a snarky coed forced to watch over her 7-year-old half sister — with barely an assist from mom Wendie Malick — when tragedy strikes.  TVGuide.com: I have to think that having Just Shoot Me's Wendie Malick play your mom was a big incen read more

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