Courtney Mazza and Mario Lopez
Mario Lopez and Courtney Mazza are engaged. The Extra host, 38, popped the question over the New Year's holiday, Extra reports.
Lopez proposed to Mazza while the couple was vacationing in Mexico. Extra cameras, of course, taped the big moment. "I've come to the realization that I'm never going to meet another woman as special and amazing as...
On Friday, Regis Philbin leaves devoted Live! with Regis and Kelly viewers with 28 years' worth of memories... and a hole in their hearts. Mornings just won't be the same without Reege. Who could possibly fill the chair next to Kelly Ripa once the parade of temporary co-hosts (starting with Jerry Seinfeld) have eased the transition? Already really busy guys Jeff Probst, Neil Patrick Harris, Anderson Cooper and Ryan Seacrest couldn't possibly have time for the gig, could they? So who's it going to be? Let's take a look at eight possible contenders:
Ali Landry and her husband, filmmaker Alejandro Monteverde, are the parents of a boy, People reports.
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Mario Lopez, H8R
The H8R-ade is over after just four episodes. The CW has pulled the rookie reality show off its schedule.
The show, hosted by Mario Lopez and executive produced by...
No one has come close to replicating the power and fortune amassed by legendary TV hosts Dick Clark, Merv Griffin and Oprah Winfrey — yet. But American Idol's Ryan Seacrest is on his way, and others are right behind.
Today's TV hosts aren't satisfied with just their day jobs. If you don't have multiple shows, a line of licensed merchandise and a production company, you're not trying hard enough. It's all about creating empires, and...
Regis Philbin, Kelly Ripa
The race to replace Regis is on. Now that Regis Philbin has given a firm date for his last appearance on Live with Regis and Kelly — Nov. 18 — the show is starting to line up a list of potential new hosts to sit next to Kelly Ripa.
According to executive producer Michael Gelman, the show already has a transition plan in place — starting with the new, temporary title Live with Kelly, which will be used until that ...
H8R, Up All Night, Free Agents
Wednesday night brought three new shows to the fall lineup for you to love or hate ... or is it <3 or H8?
Host Mario Lopez kicked off the night with The CW's H8R, a show that allows celebrities to confront those who despise them most with the hopes of changing their minds. In the premiere, Jersey Shore's Snooki cooked an Italian dinner for one of her haters, while The Bachelor's Jake Pavelka attempted to sway one blonde to become a fan.
In this year's mixed bag of a new fall season, I tend to find myself touting several of the comedies more frequently than almost any of the dramas, which is rarely the case. There are plenty of sitcom stinkers this fall — one of tonight's, actually, is at the very bottom of my must-flee (as opposed to must-see) list. But with New Girl, 2 Broke Girls, Suburgatory and (tonight's pick) Up All Night, there's reason to believe that network comedy's renaissance — reflected in the fact that all six of this year's best-comedy Emmy nominees are network shows — may be here ...
Disconnect much? It's not every day you hear Showtime and the CW mentioned in the same breath — but that's why they call it the press tour, an eclectic smorgasbord of all kinds of TV presented to the Television Critics Association. Thursday's TCA schedule at the Beverly Hilton was split between CBS's most disparate corporate siblings: Showtime, the surging adults-only pay-cable service determined to give HBO a run for its money, and the CW, that hodgepodge of a mini-network reaching out to the eternally post-adolescent fan-girl in us all.
Celebrities including Eva Longoria, Barry Bonds, Leah Remini and Kat Von D will go head-to-head with everyday people who don't like them in a new CW reality series called H8R.
Episodes featuring Jersey Shore's Snooki and Kim Kardashian have already been shot. The Bachelor creator Mike Fleiss, Extra host Mario Lopez, and Lisa Gregorisch-Dempsey executive-produce the show. Lopez said if the show has a message, it's "Hate is not cool.