The preliminary autopsy results are in for Jackass star Ryan Dunn and his passenger, production assistant Zachary Hartwell. The Chester County Coroner's Office says that each man died as a result of either blunt force trauma or a fire that consumed Dunn's Porsche during the car crash in West Goshen Township, Pa., on Monday morning, TMZ reports.
Griffin Dunne, who will appear on the upcoming season of Damages, has joined Showtime's upcoming House of Lies, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Based on Martin Kihn's tell-all House of Lies: How Management Consultants Steal Your Watch and Tell You the Time, the dark comedy stars Don Cheadle as Marty, a cutthroat consultant who uses any means necessary to procure information for his clients. Dunne will play a renowned consultant who teams up with Marty's firm.
Amber Ojeda knew that this week's Platinum Hit rapping challenge would pose a problem for her, but given her emotional outpouring upon her elimination, she didn't know how much of a problem it would be. Criticized for not contributing enough and also for the supposedly small amount she did contribute (guest judge Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins, for example hated her line that described "running rhymes through my head in my canopy bed") to Jackie's embarrassing rap about being white, Ojeda left the competition in tears and doubt. Below, she talks about getting her confidence back, how Kara DioGuardi offended her, Nick's lechery and why she thinks the warzone vibe of the show is counterproductive...
Terry O’Quinn and Daniel Dae Kim
Terry O'Quinn thought he left the island, but he just can't stay away.
The Lost alum has landed a recurring role on the second season of Hawaii Five-0, TVLine reports, reuniting him with series regular Daniel Dae Kim, a fellow castaway.
Scott Foley will be swinging by Bon Temps for the fourth season of True Blood, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
The actor will appear in one episode of Season 4 and would return if True Blood is renewed for a fifth season, which doesn't seem like something to worry about. The news was first reported by TVLine.
Nick Lachey and Vanessa Minnillo
Nick Lachey and Vanessa Minnillo's upcoming wedding will air as a special on TLC, tentatively titled Nick and Vanessa's Dream Wedding, the network announced Tuesday.
A premiere date has not been announced, but it will air within weeks of the ceremony itself, the date of which the couple is keeping under wraps.
Nick Lachey and Vanessa Minnillo are engaged
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Although The Bachelorette's two-on-one dates usually end with at least one happy guy, on this week's episode Ashley axed them both. "Ashley was in a bad mood," host Chris Harrison tells us. He also admits that Ben C.'s exit looked abrupt because of bad editing. In our weekly chat with Harrison, he says he stands by the violent group date, tells us why Ames is the most fascinating guy he knows, and how next week's return of Bentley leaves the remaining men a bit upset with the girl they're fighting for.
Joe Bastianich, MasterChef
Hello, MasterChef fans,
Last night was the first real opportunity we judges had to closely critique and mentor our remaining hopefuls through the cooking process, and found our gut instincts from the audition round were indeed correct -- we've got some serious talent on our hands this year! However, this is a competition, and the weeding out must continue! Last night we saw two major mistakes that proved to be the undoing for contestants Marc and Angel.
Salmon I thought was a pretty fair choice for our first mystery box challenge. Likewise, French cuisine is something that most people in America are at least somewhat familiar with. If the contestants were to fail here, it would be as a result of their own lack of culinary know-how, and not due to any curve balls being thrown their way. During the French cuisine elimination challenge, it was Angel's lack of versatility that did her in after she failed to deliver on a basic French fruit tart. Angel is a perfect example of someone who cooks what they know and can cook it well. If I could give her any advice it would be to venture outside of her comfort zone and experiment with new cuisines, as she's past the point of perfecting her hometown favorites. The next MasterChef needs to be well versed enough to take it to the next level.