Chris and Deanna Daughtry
Chris Daughtry and his wife, Deanna, welcomed twins Wednesday, the rocker announced on his website.
Adalynn Rose was born at 11:06 a.m., weighing 6 pounds, 5 ounces. Noah James followed at 11:25, weighing 5 pounds, 5 ounces. The babies were carried to term via...
Rodger Berman and Rachel Zoe
In the words of Rachel Zoe herself, we die (with excitement).
The celebrity stylist and Bravo reality star confirmed Wednesday that she is pregnant. This is the first child for Zoe and her husband of 12 years, Rodger Berman.
"Hey everyone! I want to officially confirm to my loyal friends and followers that I am pregnant...
Pierce Brosnan is working on a new project that would mark his return to series television, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The former James Bond would appear in and produce the show, centered on an international operative and problem solver for hire. The main character is called into situations such as...
A Wisconsin man has been arrested after he fired a gun at his TV when Bristol Palin performed on Dancing with the Stars and then held police at bay in a 15-hour standoff.
According to a criminal complaint filed in Dane County Circuit Court, Janice Cowan told police that her husband, Steven Cowan, 67, became enraged when Palin started dancing on Monday's show. She said he screamed, "the f---ing politics," because he ...
No. This is not right at all. Bristol Palin beats Brandy? Nope. Not buying it.
Yet that is exactly what Dancing With the Stars tried to sell us last night by revealing that the teen mom who doesn't think anyone else should have premarital sex somehow ranked higher than the R&B singer who scored a perfect 30 the night before. Not since Wretchin' Gretchen beat Mondo Fabuloso on Project Runway has the natural order been so out of whack....
Bristol Palin, Mark Ballas
There was anger, outrage and sadness in the Dancing With the Stars ballroom Tuesday night. Brandy, who did such a magnificent job this season, was told she would be going home, knocked down by the seemingly unstoppable force that is Bristol Palin.
Whether it's the wide reach of her mother, Sarah Palin, the influence of the Tea Party, or Bristol's appeal as the only "ordinary" (and therefore relatable) person in the competition, it doesn't seem to matter that she comes in dead last on the leader board. Viewers' votes, week after week, have allowed her to leap-frog over Audrina Patridge, Rick Fox, Kurt Warner and now, Brandy, and put her into next week's finals...
Jeers to TBS for failing to make the grade with Glory Daze.
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In case you haven't seen the incessant promos during the MLB playoffs and Conan, GD is a new sitcom about a group of freshmen rushing a fraternity at an Indiana university in 1986. (Unfortunately, there's nothing rushed about the show — it's an hourlooong show, a fact the ads fail to mention.) No collegiate-comedy cliché goes unturned, from the shtick-figure characters — the virgin, the jock, the stoner — to the predictable debauchery, with gag topics running the gamut from bongs to beer bongs...
Nice save, Fox. Before the season started, it looked as if the network was hanging the appealing high-action sleeper Human Target out to dry on Fridays, where it was originally scheduled. But the early cancellation of Lone Star and a schedule shuffle opened up a slot on the show's former night (Wednesday) from last midseason. And all of a sudden we now have an hour of exhilarating midweek escapism to enjoy, reminding us how good a show like this can be (as opposed to the fizzle and fast fade of NBC's Undercovers in the same time period)...