Antonia Lofaso, Top Chef
After cooking an overly seasoned bento box "last supper" for Masaharu Morimoto, Antonia Lofaso had to endure one final Top Chef: All-Stars twist before learning her fate: cook a "one last bite" to earn a place in the finale. Unfortunately, the Season 4 alum's flavorful grouper fell to Mike's surf-and-turf with beef tenderloin and lobster tail. "[The judges] were really torn," Antonia tells TVGuide.com. "Mike and I knew it could be ...
Jo Anne Worley
This is no Laugh-In matter.
Loopy Jo Anne Worley, 73, most famous for her wacky quips on Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In, will play a pet psychic on the April 14 episode of Bones. Jo Anne will appear alongside another legendary creature, the mythical Latin American goat-sucking chupacabra.
The episode finds Booth (David Boreanaz) and Brennan (Emily Deschanel) investigating the death of a mythbuster television host who is thought to have been offed by the creature...
How close was last night's elimination vote on Top Chef: All Stars? Razor-thin!
TV Guide Magazine had exclusive access to the "last supper" challenge in the Bahamas, where guest judge Wolfgang Puck initially indicated that he preferred cheftestant Antonia Lofaso's single bite of grouper to Mike Isabella's surf-and-turf concoction. After chatting with head judge Tom Colicchio during a break in filming, Puck changed his mind...
Chris Brown says he's "disappointed" in the way he acted after Good Morning America appearance, but he needed to "let off ... steam."
"I didn't try to hurt anyone. I just wanted to release the anger that I had inside of me because I felt like I worked so hard for this music and I love my fans and I love to be able to make positive music, but I felt like people kept just trying to take it away from me," he said on BET's 106 & Park on Wednesday evening.
TV Guide Magazine has learned exclusively that Natasha Henstridge of Species and Eli Stone fame is joining CSI: Miami for the Season 9 finale as Renee Locklear, an undercover agent who is about to cause a stir in more ways than one.
"We meet her in the course of searching for this missing fugitive and she [initially] appears as another possible witness, maybe a possible suspect," says co-executive producer Barry O' Brien. "We bring her in for an interrogation and she reveals that she's actually an undercover agent for the Secret Service."
Expect Henstridge's character to strike some sparks with indestructible team leader Horatio Caine ...
American Idol and America's Got Talent had best be on guard. Auditions for Simon Cowell's new singing competition, The X Factor, kick off March 27 in Los Angeles, paving the way for the Fox series' fall 2011 premiere. While continuing the search for his co-hosts and third judge (to join him and Island Def Jam music producer Antonio "L.A." Reid), the charmer spoke to TV Guide Magazine from across the pond...
As How I Met Your Mother's season-ending mystery wedding nears, two additional faces will pop up to further complicate the possibilities.
In the April 18 episode, Battlestar Galactica vet Michael Trucco will assume the role of Robin's oft-discussed, but never seen "crush" from years earlier...
HBO has given the go-ahead to the comedy pilot Spring/Fall, starring Tea Leoni, Deadline reports.
Set in New York, Leoni plays half of a dysfunctional partnership between two women in the fashion industry. The project is scheduled to begin filming in June.
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Rebecca Black and Jay Leno
YouTube sensation Rebecca Black almost didn't recorder her hit song.
On Tuesday night's Tonight Show, Black told Jay Leno that the original song the studio sent her was about being a guy's superhero. Black couldn't relate and asked for — and got — something else: "Friday."
"It's about having fun with your friends and being a teenager. I thought it was different because it's not indecent," she said.