Amy Winehouse is back in rehab.
"Amy Winehouse has embarked on a treatment program at the Priory Clinic," her rep said in a statement. "She wants to be ready for performances in Europe this summer ...
Ana Ortiz and Noah Lebenzon
Ana Ortiz and husband Noah Lebenzon are expecting a baby boy, she tells Latina.com.
The two are already parents to 1-year-old daughter Paloma and are brainstorming baby names for the new addition. "It has to be Spanish, but something non-speakers ...
Jason Momoa can't wait for fans to hear what Khal Drogo will say next, especially following last week's shocking Game of Thrones conclusion, in which he gave his brother-in-law Viserys a "golden crown" of molten death.
In Sunday's episode, "You Win or You Die" (airing 9/8c on HBO), an enraged Drogo delivers a lengthy speech after his wife Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) is threatened. It not only reveals his martial side, but also shows that the previously quiet leader of the nomadic Dothraki can string together more than a couple words.
What Project Runway did for fashion and Top Chef for food, Bravo's Platinum Hit (premiering Monday, 10/9c) does for music. In this case, the tried-and-true template of contestants rushing to jump through hoops for the sake of their aspirations feels even more immediate: unlike clothes you can't wear and touch or food you can't taste and smell, you can hear loud and clear the tunes these competing songwriters drum up per the show's challenges. What you hear is what you get, just as you're supposed to.
We spoke with the show's host Jewel...
Kara DioGuardi, Platinum Hit
Bravo just can't get enough of Kara DioGuardi.
Mere days before the Memorial Day premiere of her new reality competition show, Platinum Hit, the network announced that they're developing a docu-series revolving around her life.
Kara (working title) will follow the former American Idol judge as she gives insight into her life as music producer and publisher, multi-platinum songwriter and record executive. No word if there will be bikinis involved.
Jon Hamm will be pulling double duty when Mad Men goes back into production in August. The actor, who stars as the hard-drinking advertising whiz Don Draper, will direct the Emmy-winning drama's fifth season premiere, TVLine reports.
"The wheels have officially been set in motion to make that happen," Hamm says. "It's a very exciting challenge that I'm looking forward to with a mixture of utter fear and excitement."