Octomom Nadya Suleman says she has "screwed up" her and her children's lives by not looking toward the future before having so many kids.
"I screwed up my life and I screwed up ...
A former reality star police hope to question in the death of his former wife, ex-swimsuit model Jasmine Fiore, has crossed into Canada on foot, Los Angeles news station KTLA reported, citing police.
Ryan Jenkins, a contestant on VH1's Megan Wants a Millionaire, is sought for questioning in the death of Fiore, whose body was found stuffed inside a ...
Robin Wright Penn, Sean Penn
Is the third time the, uh, charm? Robin Wright Penn has reportedly filed for divorce from Sean Penn, marking the third time in nearly two years the couple has split up. (TVGuide.com's calls to the couple's rep were not immediately returned.) But the Penns aren't the only stars with divided hearts. Check out these other celebrity couples who break up to make up to break up to — you get the picture.
Dancing with the Stars contestant Ashley Hamilton isn't offended if you've never heard of him. "I don't think anyone knew me and when they said, 'You got Dancing with the Stars,' I said, 'What star am I dancing with?'" he tells TVGuide.com. Hamilton, the son of Season 2's George Hamilton and ex-husband of Shannen Doherty, is an actor, comedian, sometimes-musician and a self-proclaimed wallflower who is always up for a challenge. But does he think he can improve on his dad's fifth-place finish? See what he says, and find out what he's worried about.
Is Jon Gosselin in talks to appear in another reality show? TMZ says he may join Divorced Dad's Club, which would chronicle the lives of famous divorced fathers. But a new show featuring the octo-dad is a bad idea for a plethora of reasons — here are just a few:
10. Ed Hardy gets enough free promotion as it is
9. He already has a second show: his Facebook relationship status
8. As if his kids aren't embarrassed enough on career day
Britney Spears has upped her sexy factor — and comedy rep — by appearing on The Late Show with David Letterman in nothing but a teeny, black bikini.
In her first appearance on the late night show in nearly three years, the bikini-clad pop princess kicked off the second leg of her Circus tour by reading Letterman's "Top 10" list, "Top 10 Ways ...
Don Hewitt, the CBS News legend who created many of the hallmarks of television news, including its most successful show, 60 Minutes, has died, CBS News reported Tuesday. He was 86.
Over a career lasting more than six decades, Hewitt directed Edward R. Murrow and Walter Cronkite, the most influential newsmen of their era, and helped shape coverage of moments historic both for television and the country, including the first presidential debate, between John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon, in 1960.