Funeral homes aren't usually a date location, but on this week's The Bachelor, contestant Shawntel wanted Brad to see where she spends her days. Between explaining the embalming process, showing him the crematorium and having her father plead with her to stay with the family business, Shawntel was sent home. Host Chris Harrison discusses why Brad said goodbye to the funeral director, how Brad and Chantal's dad had a bit of a bromance and what really goes on in the fantasy suites. (Sorry to disappoint, he says, but it's a lot of talking.)
Sara Rue and Barry Watson
Does it take exploring the past to find love in the future?
In this exclusive first-look photo from ABC Family's upcoming original movie My Future Boyfriend, Barry Watson and Sara Rue look like they're playing an ordinary couple enjoying a nice spring day, but there's a lot more to the story.
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Producers of the Lifetime original movie Amanda Knox: Murder on Trial in Italy, said the film's portrayal of the real-life Knox, the American student convicted of murder in Italy, was meant to be impartial. Was it?
Did Justin Bieber really cut his famous locks?
While filming a music video for a song he recorded with country band Rascal Flatts, the 16-year-old singing sensation got a little chop. Although his regular hairdresser Vanessa did the cutting, lead singer Gary LeVox appears to be having some fun with Bieber and the scissors.
Jesse James will be telling all in an upcoming memoir titled American Outlaw.
According to Us Weekly, the 41-year-old ex-husband of Sandra Bullock has a deal with Simon & Schuster's Gallery Books division.
Comcast, E! Entertainment, The Soup host Joel McHale and the Associated Press may be hit with a defamation lawsuit from a dwarf couple who are objecting to the way they have been presented.
A praecipe for writ of summons, a precursor to a suit, was filed by Cara and Gibson Reynolds, a couple featured in an Associated Press article about the ethical boundaries involved in allowing parents to create "designer babies." They were quoted as saying, "You cannot tell me that I cannot have a child who's going to look like me... It's just unbelievably presumptuous and they're playing God."
The NBA's East vs. West match-up proved to be a ratings win for TNT, which scored its largest audience for an All-Star game since 2003.
Sunday's competition brought in 9.1 million viewers, according to The Hollywood Reporter. It was also the second most-watched NBA game on television during the 2010-11 season to date.
On the other end of the phone, Jennifer Beals is reading a Carl Sandburg poem titled "Chicago." Scratch that — she's performing it.
The poem celebrates Chicago's blue-collar work ethic as what trumps portrayals of the city as a corrupt, dangerous place to live. It's the best way for Beals, a Windy City native and star of Fox's The Chicago Code, to explain how she — and her character, Police Superintendent Teresa Colvin — feel about the place they call home.
The Real Housewives of Atlanta
In the second part of The Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion, Phaedra was grilled about the date of her baby's conception and love of strippers, Kandi broke down twice, Kim admitted she owed Kandi money, NeNe admitted to nothing and Sheree, at long last, brought the words "She by Sheree" back to the show.
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