Slash and Perla Ferrar
Famed guitarist Slash is separating from his wife of almost nine years, Perla Ferrar, People reports.
"I can confirm the divorce papers were filed and from Slash's perspective the split is...
In a ceremony that crowned a number of fresh faces, the 62nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards scored its biggest audience in four years.
Sunday's telecast, which aired live on NBC, attracted more than 13.5 million viewers according to fast national estimates from Nielsen. That's up slightly from last year's CBS broadcast in total viewers (13.47 million), but also down slightly in
Following Paris Hilton's Las Vegas arrest on cocaine possession charges over the weekend, the socialite says the purse containing less than a gram of cocaine was not hers, according to a police report obtained by The Associated Press.
"She told me the purse was not hers, that she had borrowed it from a friend," Lt. Dennis Flynn was quoted as saying in the report.
Paris Hilton arrested on cocaine charge, police say
Though Hilton denied she owned a baggie containing 0.8 grams of cocaine, she did acknowledge that the money, credit cards and a broken tablet of the prescription asthma medication Albuterol in the purse were hers, according to police.
Hilton, whose TV credits include My New BFF and The Simple Life, was stopped late Friday after police officers detected what ...
DeAnna Pappas, Graham Bunn, Gia Allemand
While Bachelor/Bachelorette reunions are usually filled with hooking up and hot tubs (a la Bachelor Pad), some previous contestants are using their name to make a difference.
TVGuide.com caught up with Bachelorette Season 4's Graham Bunn, whose company 46NYC prints and sells T-shirts for different charities to help them gather donations.
Matt Lauer and Sandra Bullock
Sandra Bullock says she had faith throughout the adoption process that she was going to be put together with the right child.
See photos of Bullock through the years
"I think everything works out the way the universe wants it to work out," Bullock said during an interview with Matt Lauer airing Tuesday on Today. "We had always said that it didn't ...
Jeers to Entourage for saddling Sasha Grey with a part beyond her acting capabilities: playing herself.
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When it was first reported that HBO's showbiz satire was stunt-casting the porn-star of Sasha Grey's Anatomy as Vincent Chase's new, um, love interest, we assumed it would be a quickie — one or two episodes and out...
Love her or hate her, you're still talking about Real Housewives of New Jersey's Danielle Staub. Whether it's her well-documented showdowns with her reality series castmates, her ambiguous sexuality or her questionable past, the 48-year-old mother of two has never been one to shy away from the spotlight. After the hair-pull heard round the world, the reunion that brings all four castmates under one roof promises to be one heck of a riot. "At the reunion, people will be shocked. I think the cast should be ashamed," Staub tells TVGuide.com. We also talked with her about how the reunion got so out of hand, how her castmates will be exposed and those rampant rumors about Season 3.
TVGuide.com: A lot of the Housewives reunions are filled with arguments, but how did this get physical and so out of hand?
Danielle Staub: I think...
With anticipation of tonight's big announcement of Dancing with the Stars new cast, regulars Cheryl Burke, Derek Hough, Maksim Chmerkovskiy and new host Brooke Burke, walked the Entertainment Tonight Emmy after-party red carpet last night to promote Season 12 of their hit reality show.
Burke, a former winner, admitted "all the rumors seem to be true" regarding the new cast. Most notably, there has been a huge buzz surrounding DWTS' most controversial rumored cast member ...
Oliver Platt describes his new Showtime show, The Big C, as watching "how somebody starts to live when they find out they're going to die." Find out why Platt says the show is both respectful of cancer and completely absurd. Plus: What's his favorite TV show?
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Dare I say it? This year's Emmy Awards show was almost, gasp, Emmy-worthy (well, up until that deadly stretch in the back half; kills the show every time). And with a surprising number of first-time winners, a few of them quite surprising and even for the most part surprisingly satisfying, it rarely felt like a retread of past seasons.
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