Jerry Lewis still isn't hosting this year's Muscular Dystrophy Association telethon.
Despite a Las Vegas Review-Journal report to the contrary, Lewis' spokeswoman, Candi Cazau, tells Reuters that his status has not changed.
Jerry Lewis stepping down from Labor Day telethon
"Him being reinstated as the host of the MDA telethon is not accurate," Cazau said.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal had cited an unnamed source close to the comedian ...
Jerry Lewis is out as host of this year's muscular dystrophy telethon.
In May, the 85-year-old comedian-filmmaker announced that the Sept. 4 show was going to be his last. But the Muscular Dystrophy Association abruptly and briefly announced Lewis would no longer be its national chairman — or be on the upcoming Labor Day fundraiser, as he has for some five decades.
TV Guide Network is developing a new series called Hollywood Moms' Club, which promises to give viewers a peek into the lives of hottest celebrity mothers.
Featuring Alison Sweeney and Ali Landry, Hollywood Moms' Club focuses on the two stars and their regular potluck dinners where they discuss being a working mom with their famous friends. Different guests will join Sweeney and Landry in each episode, beginning with Denise Richards.
The Royal Wedding is one of the most anticipated events of the year, and Entertainment Tonight correspondent Nancy O'Dell has her own ideas why.
"It all starts when we're little," O'Dell told TVGuide.com Thursday at the Blackberry Playbook launch party. "We watch all the Disney movies and become obsessed, like my daughter, with princesses. It's about the fairy tale. There's something very magical about a royal family, especially with us not having that in the U.S"
For Nancy O'Dell, the New Year's ball drop is just the beginning of what is promising to be a banner year for her. After a decade of tucking in before midnight to cover the Tournament of Roses Parade bright and early on New Year's Day, this year the entertainment news host will ...