Rachel Zoe and Brad Goreski
First, Taylor got the boot. Now, Brad is going solo. Will there be anyone else left to star in Rachel Zoe's highly addictive reality show The Rachel Zoe Project?
Should we expect nothing but pen-throwing feuds between Rachel and Rodger in the future? Perhaps.
Brad Goreski, better known as Zoe's stylish right hand, announced Wednesday that he would be leaving her company to strike out on his own, starting Friday.
Former Alias star Rachel Nichols has been tapped for a multi-episode arc on Criminal Minds, a show rep tells TVGuide.com
Nichols will play FBI cadet Ashley Seager, who's invited by Hotch (Thomas Gibson) to consult on a case after learning her family history will bring a unique insight into a serial killer's mind...
Britney Spears is bigger than Madonna, at least for Glee.
The Fox musical comedy scored its highest ratings ever Tuesday with a Spears-tribute episode, besting Season 1's Madonna special, according to overnight Nielsen estimates. Glee drew 13.3 million viewers and was up 4 percent from the previous week in the 18-to-49 demographic, leading Fox to win the night....
Law & Order: Los Angeles
Welcome to LawLaw Land! This new Law & Order spin-off drops the gavel in L.A. with a pair of movie stars — Alfred Molina and Terrence Howard — headlining the cast.
"When this came up, it was a dream come true, a chance to work on a show with a wonderful history and with a creative energy that is still very relevant," says veteran film actor Molina. Molina, the onetime villain Doc Ock in Spider-Man 2, plays ...
Who ordered the Lucci Sandwich? Delicious Erica Kane returns to All My Children October 6 after a 10-week absence and walks right into a love triangle. The Pine Valley diva, played by Emmy winner Susan Lucci, has been away on a pre-honeymoon with fiancé Jack (Walt Willey) — a plot device to accommodate the actress' summer hiatus — and she discovers that her gruff mountain man Caleb (Michael Nouri) is now lookin' mighty fine. TV Guide Magazine had a little chit-chat with La Looch to get her take on ...
It may be hard to believe, but Beverly Hills, 90210 — the ultimate teen drama — debuted 20 years ago on Oct. 4, 1990. Its 10-year run follows the Walsh twins on their move to the tony zip code from Minnesota, through their high school years and on to California University. So what's everyone up to now?
They've been on Dancing with the Stars and worked behind the cameras. Find out how your favorite cast members have been keeping busy.
Click here to check out our Then and Now: Beverly Hills, 90210 photo gallery!
This was not your typical Dancing With the Stars elimination. The stars and their pro partners were unusually upset by the ouster of crooner Michael Bolton — and even more upset by judge Bruno Tonioli's devastating comments on Bolton's performance the night before, including ...
Gail Simmons, Johnny Iuzzini
If you ever wondered how Just Desserts judges Gail Simmons and Johnny Iuzzini manage to consume boatloads of rich, decadent sweets in one sitting during production, the answer is... well, cut back on real food. The only problem, says Simmons, is that just eating dessert isn't so good for you. "At night when we'd finish, I'd realize I didn't put anything in my mouth that has actual nutritional value to it," she says. "And at the end, I'd be craving so much saltiness. ... I don't have Johnny's metabolism." Burger and fries after dessert? Sign us up.
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In this video, Simmons and Iuzzini talk about the first time they met, and how he confessed to her that he had a little crush. Aw.
Watch the video after the jump.