Mike Comrie and Hilary Duff
Hilary Duff is going to be a mom.
The former Lizzie McGuire star and husband Mike Comrie are expecting their first child together, she announced on her website Sunday. "We also want to share the exciting news that ... BABY MAKES...
Five people were killed and at least 40 were injured as an outdoor stage collapsed at the Indiana State Fair minutes before Sugarland was to perform, Reuters reports.
A YouTube video of the incident showed that the stage rigging was blown down by a heavy gust of wind Saturday. Witnesses said the weather was windy and that it had started to rain. Concert officials had warned attendees earlier that the concert might be...
ABC Family's The Lying Game may be based on the book of the same name, but the similarities pretty much end there.
"People who have loved the book will still get the tone in the series, but it takes on a life of its own," executive producer Charles Pratt, Jr. (Melrose Place) tells TVGuide.com. "Everybody you see on this show is somehow tied into the mystery, which is probably our biggest departure."
Matthew Fox, Evangeline Lilly and Jorge Garcia
It turns out spoilers aren't the worst thing. In fact, a new study suggests that knowing the end of a story in advance may actually enhance enjoyment.
According to Reuters, researchers at the University of California at San Diego tested three different types of stories by authors like John Updike, Roald Dahl and Agatha Christie and found that readers actually preferred the versions with a spoiler paragraph written into the plot. Both the original version and edited version of each story was read by up to 30 people.
Fans of Friday Night Lights can look forward to a surprise Easter egg on the final season DVD: an alternate ending to the series finale.
During the epilogue that showed viewers where the main characters ended up, a farewell speech by Coach Taylor (Kyle Chandler) was originally going to play over the images (instead, the Delta Spirit song "Devil Knows You're Dead" was the lilting soundtrack).
Who knew Dennis Rodman was such a softie?
After being inducted into the NBA Hall of Fame on Friday, the man formerly known for his outlandish style and multiple tattoos gave an emotional speech. "I could have been dead; I could have been a drug dealer; I could have been homeless — I was homeless," the five-time NBA champion said. "A lot of you guys here in the Hall of Fame know what I'm talking about, living in the projects and trying to get out of the projects. I did that, but it took a lot of hard work and lot of bumps along the road."