The last thing on Elisabeth Hasselbeck's mind these days? That growing belly of hers.
The outspoken View co-host expects her third child with husband Tim in August, but admits parenting her older children, Grace, 4, and Taylor, 18 months, has taken focus away from her impending bundle of joy.
"I'm definitely not paying attention to my pregnancy," Hasselbeck tells People. "That won't be true ...
Peter Sarsgaard and Maggie Gyllenhaal
After seven years together, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Peter Sarsgaard said "I do" over the weekend, People reports.
"We are happy to confirm that Maggie and Peter were married on Saturday, May 2," says a rep for the actress.
The newlyweds ...
The Real Housewives of New York City
Real Housewives of New York City Launch Virtual Viewing Party
The Real Housewives of New York City are wrapping up their season two dramafest on Tuesday at 10 pm/ET, but Bravo is taking the excitement to a new level with a virtual viewing party.
Viewers can toss in their two cents at any time during the finale via Twitter, Facebook Connect and live mobile chat. Housewives' Bethenny Frankel from New York City and Tamra Barney from Orange County will tweet. Other New York wives will update ...
Kara DioGuardi and Randy Jackson, American Idol
Nearly 60 percent of TVGuide.com voters want American Idol to dump Kara DioGaurdi from the judges' table.
Though the newcomer has brought some credible music industry insight to the panel, 59 percent of TVGuide.com voters would rather the show not renew DioGuardi's one-season contract, arguing that four judges are too many.
Among all the changes made to Idol this season, the one that has been the most hotly debated is DioGuardi's addition. Earlier this season, the judges' commentary forced Idol to run eight minutes long, interrupting Fringe and upsetting millions of DVR viewers. A week later, each contestant was only critiqued by two judges instead of the entire panel.
Six percent of voters...
In announcing the first half of its plan for the 2009-10 TV season, NBC unveiled video "trailers" offering a sneak peek at some of the new shows on its slate.
Can Parenthood's Peter Krause and Maura Tierney pick up where Steve Martin and Dianne Wiest left off? Can Chevy Chase make community college fun? Which of two new medical dramas looks best? And what exactly does Jay Leno have up his sleeve for the 10 o'clock hour?
Watch the videos after the jump, then share your take on NBC's new offerings.
Denise Richards' rendition of "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" may be bad enough to help you forget Roseanne Barr's mangling of "The Star-Spangled Banner." The former Dancing with the Stars contestant gave fans her best tone-deaf rendition of the classic tune during the 7th inning stretch of a Chicago Cubs game at Wrigley Field on Friday, and — wow. (Warning: This clip may cause your ears to bleed.)
Watch the video after the jump.
Calvin Borel, Mine That Bird
Mine That Bird faced about 50-to-1 odds of winning the 135th Kentucky Derby — but that didn't stop the horse and jockey Calvin Borel from creating the biggest upset in almost a century.
Borel rode Mine That Bird up the rail from behind, pulling ahead 6 ¾ lengths for the win. Can he do it again in the Preakness and Belmont Stakes?
Watch the amazing win after the jump!
Peter Krause, Seth Meyers
NBC has revealed "Part 1" of its plan for the 2009-10 TV season, and it includes a second season of Parks and Recreation, a half-dozen installments of Saturday Night Live Weekend Update Thursday, and four new dramas.
In addition to renewing Parks and Rec, NBC also officially picked up Heroes for a fourth (albeit likely shortened) season. Previously announced returns include The Office, 30 Rock, Law & Order: SVU, Friday Night Lights, The Biggest Loser and Celebrity Apprentice.
Conspicuously missing from NBC's press release is Medium, despite ...
Jenny McCarthy, Oprah Winfrey
Oprah Winfrey is taking Jenny McCarthy under her wing.
Following in the heels of Dr. Phil and Rachael Ray, McCarthy has signed a deal with Harpo Productions to develop multi-platform projects, including a syndicated talk show and a blog, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
McCarthy's blog launched ...
Hugh Jackman and Liev Schreiber
Kicking off the summer box office in killer fashion, X-Men Origins: Wolverine raked in $87 million over the weekend to easily grab the No. 1 spot.
Though Wolverine's number falls short of the $102 million take by 2006's X-Men: The Last Stand, it is still the ...