Cheers to Norm MacDonald for getting back where he belongs: behind a fake-news desk.
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SNL's onetime "Weekend Update" anchor — who, ironically, was fired by ex-NBC Sports head Don Ohlmeyer for making too many jokes about his jock pal O.J. Simpson — scored ...
Demi Lovato is opening up for the first time about her battles with her life-long eating disorder that landed her in rehab last year.
In an interview with Seventeen, obtained by Radar, the 18-year-old actress says, "I don't think there's going to be a day when I don't think about food or my body... But I will deal with it for the rest of my life because it's a life-long disease."
Boxing legend Sugar Ray Leonard may have lost his place on the Dancing With the Stars line-up, but he competed with joy and went out with a smile. That's not the case with reality star Kendra Wilkinson, who looks increasingly miserable as the weeks go by.
Last week, she couldn't seem to shake it off after getting blinded by an over-active smoke machine at the beginning of her rumba. Wilkinson had to dance down ...
It probably didn't help that I got an advance copy of this week's hilarious episode of Modern Family. But after laughing fairly continuously for an entire half-hour of farcical mayhem (involving Cam staging a middle-school musical), inspired innuendo (involving an ad Phil plasters on the sides of the family mini-van) and snark-tinged sentiment (involving a visit from Jay's brother), it was especially hard to muster much enthusiasm for the latest sitcom ...
Is Charlie Sheen returning to Two and a Half Men?
"There've been discussions, but I was asked not to divulge anything," Sheen revealed during a radio interview with Boston sports station WBZ-FM Monday night. "Of course I want my job back."
Lindsay Lohan has been approached to join the biopic Gotti: Three Generations, the Associated Press reports.
During Monday night's press conference for the upcoming film, Lohan sat in the front row, sparking rumors she might be joining the cast. Producer Mark Fiore confirmed that they've been speaking, but said that nothing is finalized. There's no word on who she'll play, but it's hard to ignore her resemblance to Victoria Gotti, no?
ABC Family has picked up its fifth scripted series of the season, Jane by Design, the network announced Tuesday.
The one-hour drama will follow Jane Quimby, a teen who lands a job at a cool retail company after they mistook for an adult. Jane, to be played by The Lake's Erica Dasher, must juggle school with her new high-powered career. Andie MacDowell will play her demanding boss Gray Chandler Murray.
ABC Family announces summer programming