Zsa Zsa Gabor
Zsa Zsa Gabor underwent successful hip replacement surgery, her husband, Frederic von Anhalt, told reporters outside their Bel-Air home Monday.
The Hungarian-American actress...
Damages will continue.
DirecTV, which saved Friday Night Lights, will team with Sony Pictures Television to keep the series alive for at least two more seasons, translating to...
Cherubic Charice reportedly got Botox a month before hitting the set of Glee — but her publicist emphasized it was for pain, not cosmetic reasons.
Several news outlets — citing ABS-CBN, a Philippines agency — reported Monday that the international singing star received Botox and...
How can you not love Angie Harmon? Not only is the former model still superfine, but she is also packing
major brains and brass behind that pretty face. So it's fitting that her Rizzoli & Isles (Mondays, 10/9c, TNT) character, Beantown detective Jane Rizzoli, is proving herself to the old boys' club tonight when she takes on her pill of a new boss (Donnie Wahlberg).
Helping Harmon's case? Real-life research...
RuPaul wants to show every woman how to unleash her inner diva. In RuPaul's Drag U, an eight-episode Drag Race spin-off premiering tonight at 9/8c on Logo, he enlists his favorite queens to transform glamour-starved ladies into over-the-top divas who strut their stuff to win the highest DPA. (Drag Point Average). Ru gives us a college orientation...
Jeers to Rizzoli & Isles for criminally neglecting its high-caliber supporting cast.
Per its title, the hit TNT crime drama follows the cutesy exploits of Beantown galpals Det. Jane Rizzoli (Angie Harmon) and medical examiner Maura Isles (Sasha Alexander). The wildly overqualified and underutilized ensemble includes Emmy nominee Lorraine Bracco (The Sopranos) and Oscar nominee Chazz Palminteri (Bullets Over Broadway) as Rizzoli's stereotypically squabbling mom and dad ...
Well, that's gonna leave a mark. On HGTV's fantastically fun Next Design Star last night, we got one of those to-DIY-for moments that should be de rigueur on shows where folks are actually dealing with dangerous equipment, but are actually rarely seen: an injury.