And getting top billing this morning:WKRP in Cincinnati's Loni Anderson, 62, on Saturday married Bob Flick, a founding member of the 1960s folk group The Brothers Four.Per the AP, Anderson first met Flick in the early 1960s, at a movie premiere in Minneapolis a few years after his group's "Greenfields" hit No. 2 on the charts. A snapshot from that encounter served as the couple's wedding poster. Among those on hand for the exchange of vows was Anderson's son (via ex-husband Burt Reynolds), Quinton, who walked his mom down the aisle. Oh, and turkeys hit the pavement like sacks of wet cement. MWM
When VH1's So Notorious premieres this Sunday (10 pm/ET), it may leave some viewers a bit confused. They may think, "Hey, I never knew Loni Anderson was Tori Spelling's real mother...." But no, that's not one of Hollywood's best-kept secrets. Anderson, of course, is only playing the part in this fictionalized version of Tori's life. While Tori's real mother is Candy, Anderson is "Kiki," a twisted version of Aaron Spelling's wife. "Candy is a really nice lady," says Anderson, best known for her classic role as Jennifer Marlowe on WKRP in Cincinnati. "And, as we all know, being nice isn't funny. So Tori needed a nemesis, and I am the mother you love to hate."
TVGuide.com: How did this role come about for you?Loni Anderson: I had to kind of fight to get in because they didn't want a celebrity name for the part. They wanted Tori to be the only celebrity because th