Cheers to Rose Byrne for sprouting up everywhere.
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After costarring in two of the summer's biggest box-office hits—X-Men: First Class (on DVD and Blu-Ray today) and Bridesmaids—the Aussie actress seamlessly segued back into her Emmy-nominated role as an ambitious attorney on DirecTV's Damages. A peek at next week's season finale...
Biggest Loser contestant Sam Poueu is in critical condition after falling several stories off a building over the weekend, TMZ reports.
Poueu suffered a pelvic injury, torn ligaments ...
Jewish leaders have blasted Mel Gibson and Warner Bros. for developing a movie about the Jewish war hero Judah Maccabee.
"Judah Maccabee deserves better. He is a hero of the Jewish people and a universal hero in the struggle for religious liberty. It would be a travesty to have his story told by one who has no respect and sensitivity for other people's religious views," Abraham Foxman, national director of the Anti Defamation League, told The Hollywood Reporter.
Check out photos of Mel Gibson
Foxman previously criticized Gibson's controversial 2004 film The Passion of the Christ, alongside other ...
Generations of Americans have seen thousands of pictures of Jacqueline Kennedy, but they seldom heard her voice after her time as first lady. "She gave very few interviews, so we had very little insight into what she was really thinking behind those incredible photographs," says ABC World News anchor Diane Sawyer. On September 13, in the two-hour special Jacqueline Kennedy: In Her Own Words, Sawyer unveils recorded conversations between the iconic and often mysterious former first lady and historian Arthur Schlesinger Jr.
Ryan and Tatum O'Neal
This summer, Ryan and Tatum O'Neal starred on a reality series for OWN that documented their attempts to work through years of estrangement and improve their relationship. It didn't work. "We only reconciled on the show," says Ryan. "Not in life."
Big Brother, Julie Chen
Adam, floater extraordinaire and new head of household, can no longer follow the power, Big Brother host Julie Chen tells us at the top of the show. Why? Because he is the power. But that's completely true. Although the bearded Tori Spelling stalker is indeed in charge of making the nominations, the person really running the game is the winner of tonight's power of veto competition. So, who won? And which players are now in the final three? Let's find out...
Let the rumor mill begin...
Lindsay Lohan's little sister, Ali, 17, hit the streets of Beverly Hills on Thursday — at least we think it's her.
She looks, well, very different from the girl who starred alongside mom, Dina, in E!'s Living Lohan.
Her modeling agency is shooting down reports that she got any plastic surgery done. "I can confirm that...