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Jessica Alba Heads to Project Runway

Jessica Alba

Jessica Alba will guest-judge this week's episode of Project Runway.

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The designers will be challenged with... read more

Molly Sims Was Hot to Help Samberg with Racy SNL Vid

Molly Sims, Andy Samberg

The mellifluous Molly Sims may have her pick of men, but she jumped at the chance to help SNL's Andy Samberg "jizz" in his pants.

"They called me directly — no agents, no managers, nothing," the former Las Vegas beauty told E!. "It was like, 'Can you do this?' I said yes. And it was like, 'Be here tomorrow.'" Sims joined Samberg for the comedian's latest digital short, "Jizz in My Pants," as a seductress on the dance floor who gets him to — well, you know. 

Sims was ready to get up close and personal in part because...More, after the jump. read more

Exclusive: Vegas Boss "Actively Trying" for Closure

Josh Duhamel and Molly Sims by Mitchell Haaseth/NBC

Right now, Gary Scott Thompson, as the show runner for NBC's Knight Rider series (premiering Sept. 24), is focused on turning K.I.T.T. into an even leaner, meaner crimefighting machine. But sharing some bandwith with that mission is the idea of giving closure to the Las Vegas fans who saw their series hurried off the air as a casualty of the WGA strike. Has the ship sailed as far as hope for that goes? "I don’t think so, as far as myself and some of the cast members are concerned," Thompson told me during a detour from an in-depth look at the new Knight Rider. "We're actively trying to figure out how to do something."Thompson says that Josh Duhamel and Molly Sims are particularly interested in spelling out what became of Danny, Delinda and their baby. "I talked to them both the other day, and they said we should do something. It was their characters that were really left hanging, and they were very upset by it."While one possible fix would find Thompson, Duhamel and Sims simpl... read more

Movie News: Russell Crowe Steps In for Brad Pitt

Russell Crowe by Lester Cohen/WireImage.com

We'd been hearing it was going to happen for weeks, and now it's official: The Beautiful Mind star has agreed to replace Angelina Jolie's babydaddy in State of Grace as the reporter who winds up falling for the wife of the politician he's investigating.... Ben Kingsley is scrubbing in as a mental hospital MD opposite Leonardo DiCaprio in Martin Scorsese's Shutter Island.... Las Vegas' Molly Sims has scored roles in both Jim Carrey's Yes Man and Steve Martin's Pink Panther 2.... To help promote Judd Apatow's upcoming rock comedy Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story, leading man John C. Reilly is going on tour in character. read more

Inside the Emmys: Stars Visit the Gifting Suites

Kelsey Grammer and wife Camille

A gold trophy isn't the only prize this year's winners will take home during Emmy week. Promotional gifting suites are already in full swing all over Tinseltown. We crashed the hottest parties from Rodeo Drive to the Hollywood Hills to give you a sneak peak at where TV's biggest stars spend their downtime before the big night. Sonya Dakar Emmy Beauty Boot Camp: I spy Paula Abdul batting her eyes after Ja'maal Buster of Fab'Lous Lashes applied lash extensions to her peepers. The American Idol judge loved the results so much that she scheduled another appointment for Emmy night.... Becki Newton breezed in and out of the Chi hairstyling suite between her GQ cover shoot and a table reading for read more

TV Star Speaks Out Against Hi-Def

Not everyone’s happy to go hi-def. “I don’t know why anybody really wants to see people in hi-def,” Private Practice star Kate Walsh tells TV Guide at a June 28 party for skincare maven Kate Somerville in L.A. “Do we need to see people’s pores and their sweat?” Molly Sims says shooting Season 5 of Las Vegas in high-definition has taken her makeup routine to a whole new level. “They airbrush because you see every kind of makeup,” she explains. “Touch-ups are during lunch. Like 20 times.” Such a regimen, she says, can take a toll. “Put it to you this way: I now wash my face twice a day.” And when it comes to close-ups, Walsh had a word of advice, “You pray for a good lighting person.” — Reporting by Bekah Wright read more

What a great column for ...

Question: What a great column for TV-trivia buffs! There should be some kind of site that deals with questions about performers in commercials. But since I know you know — and I don't and would like to — who is the long, lean, lovely blonde in the Old Navy spots that ran after Carrie Donovan's passing? Thanks for watching.


Answer: No, no, Mike, thank you for reading. It sounds like you're thinking of model Molly Sims of NBC's Las Vegas. But she not only appeared in those ads after the 2001 death of Donovan — a New York Times fashion editor — but she also worked with her to shill for the chain.

You may also have caught her in various fashion print ads over the years, as well as in the Victoria's Secret catalog and the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue. And she's not only cover material, she's read more

Arrested Development Blame vacation...

Zach Braff, Scrubs

Arrested Development Blame vacation hangover, but I'm betting I missed about half of the references to AD's imminent cancellation or (please!) move to another network, and the not-desperate ratings stunts they cribbed from other shows. Of course, I don't even have to say this, but please write in with what I've left out. There was the promise before the credits that someone would die and that the show would be live, the 3-D tomato toss and the flashing SaveOurBluths.org. So as not to break the third wall, that thinly veiled plot about raising money for a new attorney opened the door for the Bluths to beg for their survival, and to discuss whether they'd received help from the Home Builders' Organization (HBO, for those of you not yet over those hangovers) or if they'd have to read more

Arrested Development Blame vacation...

Zach Braff, Scrubs

Arrested Development Blame vacation hangover, but I'm betting I missed about half of the references to AD's imminent cancellation or (please!) move to another network, and the not-desperate ratings stunts they cribbed from other shows. Of course, I don't even have to say this, but please write in with what I've left out. There was the promise before the credits that someone would die and that the show would be live, the 3-D tomato toss and the flashing SaveOurBluths.org. So as not to break the third wall, that thinly veiled plot about raising money for a new attorney opened the door for the Bluths to beg for their survival, and to discuss whether they'd received help from the Home Builders' Organization (HBO, for those of you not yet over those hangovers) or if they'd have to read more

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