Bryant Gumbel underwent cancer surgery two months ago to remove a malignant tumor in his lung, he announced on Tuesday's Live with Regis and Kelly.
Gumbel, who filled in for Regis Philbin, made the announcement after telling Kelly Ripa he could not dance due to the surgery and a "note from my doctor."
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"They opened up my chest. They took a malignant tumor, part of my lung and some other ...
30 Rock has snared another high-profile guest star: Elizabeth Banks.
The 35-year-old actress, who brought the laughs last month on Modern Family, will appear in at least four episodes of the Emmy-winning sitcom as a ...
Former Family Ties actor Brian Bonsall has been arrested in Colorado on a third-degree assault charge, according to police.
Boulder police said Bonsall, who played Andy Keaton (Michael J. Fox's younger brother) on the '80s series, got into a fight Saturday and hit a friend with ...
An unidentified woman was transported from Tiger Woods' Florida home to a hospital on "advanced life support" after rescuer crews received a call Tuesday morning, according to Orlando, Fla., NBC affiliate WESH-TV.
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Firefighters responded to a medical call at 2:36 a.m., but the patient initially refused transport, the station says, citing a radio log. Orange County Fire Rescue spokeswoman Genevieve Latham told the Orlando Sentinel that information was incorrectly logged ...
Susan Boyle may be a worldwide phenomenon now, but she once was the youngest of nine children, a shy, bullied girl, who used music as an escape. As she gears up for her exclusive TV Guide Network concert special, I Dreamed a Dream: The Susan Boyle Story (Sunday, Dec. 13 at 8/7c), Boyle sat down with the creators of the special to relive each step of her inspirational journey. In Part 1 of the interview, Boyle discusses the Britain's Got Talent audition that changed her life forever, and how her closeness with her mother was a driving force behind her success...
Jackie Taylor may be gone, but she's definitely not forgotten. On Tuesday's 90210 (8/7c, CW), Silver (Jessica Stroup) will honor her late mother — who died from breast cancer in the Nov. 17 episode — by becoming a Ford Warrior in Pink and participating in a Race for the Cure run for breast cancer research. The story line happened "organically," Stroup tells TVGuide.com, as the show and Ford teamed up to raise awareness and educate the show's young female fans about the disease. "When they came to us and said, 'Would you want to participate in an ad?' I jumped on board," Stroup says. "They incorporated it into the story line and I was all game for it. I loved working with them." Find out what Stroup, 23, hopes fans take away from the episode, what's ahead for Silver's love life and more.
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VH1 is putting together its own version of the Real Housewives. The cable channel has ordered a new reality series titled Basketball Wives.
Basketball Wives will...
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Alexa Ray Joel is "feeling much better" one day after checking out of the hospital.
"She is with her family and looking foward to...
After estimating she's been on 2,881 shows in 10 years as Good Morning America co-anchor, Diane Sawyer announced on Monday's show that this week will be her last on the morning program.
"You're really giving up...