The Vampire Diaries
Midway through Season 2, the CW series The Vampire Diaries has already featured death, destruction and multiple transformations. For viewers, the most fun to watch, no question, has been the metamorphosis of Caroline Forbes.
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Throughout Season 1, Caroline, played by Candice Accola, was the quintessential popular girl in school, full of insecurities despite her cheerful outer shell. And although it appears that becoming a vampire has actually softened her, Accola tells TVGuide.com, the compassion was...
Jersey Shore, Deena Nicole Cortese
With Angelina a distant Jersey Shore memory, Deena Nicole Cortese, the MTV reality hit's newest cast member, is ready to fill the void in Seaside Heights for the second half of Season 2. So what's this longtime friend of Snooki and self-proclaimed "blast in a glass" all about? TVGuide.com caught up with the New Jersey native (yes, a real Jersey girl for once!) to find out what it was like being the new girl in "the family," how she got caught up in the drama between the ladies, and why her parents are all for her joining the show. Plus: Find out which embarrassing (naked) moment caught on tape Deena regrets most. ...
Katie Cazorla may run The Painted Nail, a nail salon that caters to the likes of Teri Hatcher and Hilary Duff, but A-listers expecting special treatment should look elsewhere.
"It doesn't matter if you're a celebrity. If you have jacked-up nails, I'm gonna tell you," Cazorla said Wednesday at the Televisions Critics Association's winter preview session. Viewers may soon get to see that honesty in action when TV Guide Network premieres its new reality series, The Nail Files.
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Debuting this summer, Nail Files will look at the secrets behind Cazorla's...
Because of a viral video featuring what he calls a "God-given gift of a great voice," a homeless man has landed a job with the Cleveland Cavaliers — and a new house.
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Ted Williams, a panhandler from Ohio, quickly became an Internet sensation earlier this week. He appeared on a local radio show to demonstrate his talents — and as soon as he did, the offers poured in. One of the callers, who said she represented the Cavaliers, offered him a full-time voiceover gig for the team and ...