Fashion Show - Isaac Mizrahi, Kelly Rowland, Fern Mallis
Bravo's new reality competition, Fashion Show, has some big shoes to fill after Project Runway's contentious move to Lifetime, but host Isaac Mizrahi thinks the Runway comparison will "go away" because the drama on his show is "so engrossing."
Unlike its predecessor, Fashion Show (premieres Thursday at 10 pm/ET) brings an added element to their fashion competition series: ...
Jordin Sparks, Katy Perry
As American Idol inches closer to crowning a new champ, a former winner will return to the stage for an encore.
On the May 13 results show — in which either Adam Lambert, Danny Gokey or Kris Allen will be sent home — your Season 6 American Idol, Jordin Sparks, will perform ...
Ronald and Michael Morelli
Father-and-son duo Ron and Mike Morelli have been a strong force since entering The Biggest Loser: Couples campus. The last team to remain intact, the men from Michigan each overcame injury to complete a full marathon in their final week on campus. But it wasn't all smiles when, during the last weigh-in, both members of the original Brown Team fell below the yellow line. Before it's revealed who America has chosen to join Helen and Tara in the finale, the pair spoke to TVGuide.com about why Ron thinks Mike will be the one voted in, and how he and his son ended up choosing different trainers on the ranch.
TVGuide.com: How are you doing with a week until the finale?
Ron Morelli: I'm doing OK. It's going to be an interesting ride, the rest of the show, but for me in particular...
While ongoing contract negotiations continue to leave the fate of Law & Order: SVU's two leads in question, Mariska Hargitay is optimistic.
"I hope so," she told Access Hollywood, when asked if she'll be returning as the NBC cop drama's Olivia Benson. "We're all trying to work it out and I have a lot of faith it's going to work out."
Hargitay's co-star, Christopher Meloni (Elliot Stabler), agreed ...
On Wednesday's episode of Lost, a newly energized Locke seeks out Richard Alpert's help in 2007 with some very interesting errands. Back in the Me Decade, Jack and Kate help Eloise Hawking understand how she came to kill her own grown son, and Jack convinces her to fulfill Daniel's dying wish. Sawyer and Juliet, whose cover is blown by that pesky surveillance video, make a shocking decision about their future on the island.
Fox is dropping out of the Talkshow business — at least its current one. The network has opted not to renew its Saturday chatfest Talkshow with Spike Feresten for a fourth season, Broadcasting & Cable reports.
Talkshow joins its lead-in MADtv on the canceled sidelines as Fox tries to relaunch its Saturday-night slate. Already on deck is a talk show with ...
Kiefer Sutherland's widely reported scrap with a fashion designer in New York City could violate the terms of his DUI probation in Los Angeles, a prosecutors' spokesman tells TVGuide.com.
New York police are investigating a complaint from designer Jack McCollough, who says Sutherland head-butted him at a party and who was spotted Wednesday with a cut on his nose. No charges have been filed, but New York's Daily News reported Wednesday that the actor will surrender in the next few weeks to face a third-degree assault charge.
Elizabeth Edwards says her relationship with husband John Edwards is "complicated" and she has "no idea" if he fathered another child in a new interview with Oprah Winfrey — her first since the senator acknowledged having an affair.
"Neither one of us ...
Paula Abdul this week lifted the curtain on a lot more than a new dance single.
After years of speculation, the singer and American Idol judge is coming clean about her 12-year struggle with pain medication. Abdul, who has been diagnosed with the chronic pain illness reflex sympathetic dystrophy syndrome, says she went into rehab just this past November to end her reliance on medications. Here's a look back at her past statements about drug abuse.
April 2005: "Drugs? I'm not addicted to pills of any kind," Abdul tells People. She explains that, after attempting to treat old injuries incurred from cheerleading and accidents with meds that left her "loopy," she chose to instead live with the pain.
April 2005: "It was getting ugly with the lies people were saying," Abdul tells Entertainment Tonight, explaining her decision to publicly refute the addiction rumors. "It was time to set the record straight. I want America to know ...