LeAnn Rimes & Eddie Cibrian
LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian won't be celebrating Valentine's Day with an intimate candlelit dinner.
The newly engaged couple revealed at the Grammys Sunday night that they'll be eating pizza with a couple of very special guests. And although TV Guide Network's Chris Harrison tried to learn more details about their upcoming nuptials, Rimes told him, "You'll be the last to know."
Oprah Winfrey will get another emotional visit from the past... but not from a long-lost relative.
The talk show host will reunite with Iyanla Vanzant, an inspirational speaker and spiritual life coach who was featured regularly on The Oprah Winfrey Show in the late '90s, in the days before Dr. Phil McGraw. Vanzant is one of the founders of the Inner Vision spiritual workshop along with her daughter, Gemmia Vanzant, who died in 2003 of cancer.
Roseanne Barr is joining the celebrity reality show world with her own series on Lifetime, the network announced Monday.
Over the course of 16 half-hour episodes, the comedian will try to run a 40-acre macadamia nut and livestock farm in Hawaii. Her writer-musician boyfriend Johnny Argent and his son Jake will toil alongside her.
Kathy Griffin may be known for her love of profanity, but she kept it pretty clean on the Grammys red carpet on Sunday. Her only gripe: The Bachelor should do better background checks!
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"Do you guys even do a Google search on these people?" she asked Bachelor host Chris Harrison. "Honestly, my 90-year-old mother with a box of wine and steno pad could've found out more information about this guy."
As for the contestants...
Kim Kardashian has big plans for Valentine's Day, but it doesn't include boyfriend Kris Humphries of the New Jersey Nets.
Kardashian tells TV Guide Network's Chris Harrison on the Grammys red carpet Sunday that she'll be doing a girls' night out since Humphries is busy working on Valentine's Day.
Los Angeles newscaster Serene Branson suffered speech difficulties on the air Sunday night while covering the Grammys, causing the audience watching the broadcast to wonder about her condition.
In the disturbing video, Branson started off her report by saying "a very, very heavy," but then devolving into gibberish. The network cut to an earlier report while they sought medical attention for Branson.
Saffron Burrows has been cast as the female lead in the upcoming Bones spin-off, a network rep confirms.
Based on The Locator books by Richard Greener, the spin-off follows Walter Sherman (Geoff Stults), a former military policeman with the ability to...
Carrie Brownstein and Fred Armisen
Residents of Portlandia will continue to get their quirk on, thanks to IFC's renewal of the comedy Monday.
Three episodes into the original six-episode freshman season, IFC has ordered a 10-episode second season that will debut in January. The first three episodes were viewed by 1.1 million total viewers.
After months of pounding the pavement as Detective Danny Reagan on Blue Bloods, is Donnie Wahlberg ready for New Kids on the Block's summer tour with the Backstreet Boys? The answer is a resounding yes.
TV Guide Network's Chris Harrison caught up with the singer-actor to talk about returning to the stage. "We're just going to put all the greatest fans in the world in one arena every night and just have the party of a lifetime...