Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
Well, well, well. Isn't this what we've all been waiting for with baited breath?
First of all, no Beverly Hills babe would ever stoop to being called a housewife. How plebeian. How gauche. Hollywood wives please, far more glamorous! And I should know, since I wrote the book about the sleek, groomed, ambitious, social-climbing wives of Hollywood icons. But let's examine the women in question on this new Housewives franchise. They might be affluent, pretty (with a definite nod to various surgical procedures), but do they represent Beverly Hills? They sure give it a big try.
First off, there's Kim and Kyle Richards, sisters who were once child actresses and whose current claim to fame is that they are Paris Hilton's aunts...
SHE PLAYS Herself, a 26-year-old medical student from Durham, North Carolina, who lost her leg to a birth defect. Kelly came to Survivor: Nicaragua prepared with a specially designed artificial limb. "I don't think my leg is going to be a factor," she told TV Guide Magazine before filming began in June...
Run and tell that: Antoine Dodson performed the "Bed Intruder Song" live.
Clad in his signature red bandana, the 24-year-old Internet sensation delighted the crowd at the 2010 BET Hip Hop Awards with an ...
A man was arrested outside of Paris Hilton's house — the second such incident in two months.
James Rainford, 36, rode his bicycle past security into Hilton's gated community Tuesday afternoon, banged on her door and got into a scuffle with security guards ...
As Undercovers' skilled CIA agent-Steven Bloom fanboy Bill Hoyt, Ben Schwartz knows how to lighten the mood no matter what serious international crisis his character may face. Behind the scenes, Schwartz is a comedy writer who won an Emmy for penning Hugh Jackman's opening number at the Oscars. He talked with TVGuide.com about what's coming up for Hoyt, doing his own stunts and finding room for improv in the spy world...
Blair Underwood, Sofia Vergara, Scott Caan
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MICKEY: It'll focus on a horror of another sort: Gloria's accent! "She tries to fix her accent, but of course that doesn't happen," Sofia Vergara tells us. Ariel Winter, who plays Gloria's brainy step-granddaughter Alex, adds: "Gloria takes on some new weird way of speaking." Since "Ay, Manny!" is already my favorite non sequitur exclamation, I can't wait to see what rich verbal stylings Mrs. Delgado-Pritchett will serve up next.
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Armless pianist Liu Wei was crowned champion of the first season of China's Got Talent, according to Reuters.
Wei, a 23-year-old Beijing native, sang and played "You're Beautiful" with his toes, beating out a 7-year-old comedian for the win. At the awards ceremony, Taiwanese artist Jolin Tsai invited Wei to perform on her world tour.
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Wei lost both of his arms after being electrocuted at age 10 while playing hide-and-seek.
Check out Wei's performance below (2:20 mark):