Lindsay Lohan says she can't afford court-ordered psychological treatment, her lawyer told a Los Angeles court on Thursday, according to People.
The 25-year-old's lawyer, Shawn Chapman Holley, told a judge that Lohan hasn't been able to maintain UCLA psycholoicgical treatment due to "financial issues." Judge Stephanie Sautner was unsympathetic, saying that "she's got to...
So You Think You Can Dance
[WARNING: This story contains spoilers from Thursday's So You Think You Can Dance results show. Read at your own risk.]
Despite what host Cat Deeley called "one of the best Top 10 performance shows" in So You Think You Can Dance history, another two dancers have been eliminated from the competition.
As usual, Deeley recapped each dancer's performance before revealing which four competitors earned the fewest votes. The good news: Melanie, Tadd, Marko, Sasha, Jess and Caitlyn each breezed into the Top 8.
That meant ....
James Roday and Dule Hill
The cast of USA's Psych has an important message for fans: Don't you forget about me.
Appearing at Comic-Con International to talk about the show's upcoming sixth season, the cast and crew of Psych unveiled their latest music video — for the 1985 Simple Minds hit made famous by...
Sarah Michelle Gellar
Buffy the Vampire Slayer looms large over Sarah Michelle Gellar. This fall, more than eight years after she last played the droll demon fighter, she'll return to prime time as the star of another series, The CW's neo-noir mystery Ringer.
Speaking to reporters at Comic-Con Thursday, before she took the stage to promote Ringer, Gellar said she knows that she'll have to convince Buffy fans that this very different project — in which she plays twins! — will be worth their time. "I'm not trying to re-create Buffy and I'm not trying to top it," she said. "I'm trying to do something that the fans, who have been so good to me, will love. I'm a television watcher, and this is the kind of show that I would watch."
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On Ringer, Gellar plays
Almost everything Tyra Banks says is nonsense, but she really outdid herself on Thursday's episode of Good Morning America. Sitting down with Robin Roberts, Banks immediately started spouting off about her upcoming young-adult novel Modelland, which sounds exactly what you'd get if you crossed Harry Potter with America's Next Top Model. Within 30 seconds, she was using the made-up word "Intoxibellas" and describing the single, giant golden eyebrow she was wearing as a "smize" (which is Banks' made-up portmanteau that means "smiling with your eyes"). Maybe a smize is what you use to smize in Modelland? It's one of those noun-verbs (like "iron" or "Swiffer"). At least Banks' nonsense is versatile...
Abby Lee Miller
Dance Moms (Wednesdays, 10/9c, Lifetime) has enough bickering to put Real Housewives to shame and enough questionable parenting to make Toddlers & Tiaras seem like Sesame Street in comparison. At its center: Abby Lee Miller, who runs the Abby Lee Dance Company in Pittsburgh. Miller's "tough love" method of teaching features plenty of barking, scant praise (at least as far as what we're privy to, per the show's editing) and a pyramid, which she uses to rank her favorite students on a weekly basis. Viewers are, unsurprisingly, harrowed and riveted.
We spoke to Miller about the theatrics of her vocation and show, and to hear her tell it, the pyramid is made-for-TV invention. Peppering her speech with reminders about her and her studio's accomplishments, Miller told us about her background, the impetus for her toughness and why she wishes she could teach orphans...
Track Palin and Britta Hanson
Sarah Palin's eldest son Track and his new wife Britta Hanson are expecting a baby, People reports.
Photos of a pregnant Hanson were posted on Facebook, according to the magazine, with baby gifts surrounding the 21-year-old nursing student. The family had no comment.
Sarah Palin's son track marries
Until he was eliminated on last week's Platinum Hit (Fridays, 8/7c, Bravo), Johnny Marnell seemed like the show's front-runner. But a song that was deemed a "miss" and an onstage showdown with antagonist Nick ultimately led to Marnell's demise. Below, he discusses his elimination (which, months after filming, he still disagrees with) as well as former castmate Melissa's allegation that Johnny's on-screen relationship with Nick was merely a "show-mance." That's not true, says Johnny, but doesn't mean you should believe everything you see on reality TV...
Tony Bennett, Carrie Underwood
Carrie Underwood and Tony Bennett will appear on the season premiere of Blue Bloods, CBS announced Thursday.
In the episode, the singers will play themselves, performing at a fundraiser that Frank (Tom Selleck) and Erin (Bridget Moynahan) are attending. Underwood and Bennett will meet the father and daughter before singing "It Had to Be You" for the crowd. Underwood collaborated on the classic tune for Bennett's upcoming album, Duets II, which drops Sept. 20.