Lady Gaga has been hit with a class-action lawsuit over wristbands sold via her website that are supposed to raise funds for Japanese earthquake relief, according to E! Online.
Ari Kresch, a lawyer for 1-800-LAW-FIRM, which filed the lawsuit, says Gaga deceived people when she claimed "all proceeds" from the $5 bracelets that read "WE PRAY FOR JAPAN" would go directly to Japan relief efforts. "There's a $3.99 shipping charge including packaging that weighed less than an ounce, so paying a $3.99 service charge for making a $5 donation is excessive since most of that costs about 50 cents," Kresch said.
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Heidi Klum will debut a collection of costume jewelry called Wildlife by Heidi Klum on the home-shopping channel QVC on Sept. 8, according to Us.
The line will consist of "statement pieces," Klum says, and range in price from $30 to $200. "The only reason to wear costume jewelry is to wear something large —something you can't do with real jewelry because it would be too expensive," says the supermodel-turned-reality TV host...
Cee Lo Green
Tension was high for The Voice's final four singers during the last performance show, but for the celebrity coaches, love was in the air. No, we don't mean the romantic kind (although we're definitely feeling Adam and Christina's chemistry on "Moves Like Jagger"). We're talking about the camaraderie among the entire team. This week, the guys imbibed (again), while executive producer Mark Burnett continued to give his undying attention to Christina. Plus: Who caught Cee Lo's eye? The nine things you didn't see on TV:
So, we've made it to the finals of The Voice. To earn those crucial last votes, each of the finalists takes the stage twice, once with an original song and once to duet with their coach. And even though I've kind of wavered back and forth on The Voice overall this season, I have to admit that tonight's performance-packed show was downright entertaining. But who did enough to become the show's first winner? Let's break it down...
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ADAM: She's a Homeland Security agent that the new governor has assigned to McGarrett's team — to spy on them, according to McGarrett. Though they get off to a rocky start, we can reveal that clothes will be shed during one of their first meetings!
Please tell me you have any spoilers on the new season of Desperate Housewives! — Laura
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For Raven-Symoné's character Georgia, making it in the Big Apple isn't so easy.
In her new series State of Georgia, the 25-year-old actress plays Georgia Chamberlain, a confident Southern girl who moves to New York to become a star. With the help of her best friend Jo (Majandra Delfino), and her Aunt Honey (Loretta Devine), Georgia does whatever it takes — like working odd jobs — to make it big.
Watch our video interview with Raven-Symoné to find out who her biggest acting inspirations are and who she's hoping to get as a guest star on the show.
Melissa Joan Hart, Joey Lawrence
When will Melissa & Joey's main characters get together? Joey Lawrence says viewers will have to wait awhile.
"We have a long journey until we get to the point where maybe we realize we should be together," Lawrence tells TVGuide.com. Melissa Joan Hart adds: "More than anything this season, we are really good friends looking out for each other."