Terrance Howard, Michelle Grant Howard
Terrence Howard and wife Michelle Ghent are divorcing after one year of marriage, People reports.
Ghent filed divorce papers on Jan. 27 in Los Angeles Superior Court citing "irreconcilable differences."
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Howard, 41, and Ghent have no children together, and she is seeking spousal support. They wed in...
Blue wigs, BMX bike stunts and flaming bras — that's the Glee we know and love!
Glee is taking on Katy Perry again for Sunday's Super Bowl episode, but this time Coach Sue's Cheerios will do the performing. Will the flaming batons and hula hoops really lead the Cheerios to another national championship? If their Celine Dion-infused routine (thanks, Kurt) took home the gold last season, why ...
This week's Top Chef paid homage to Goodfellas with an Italian-themed challenge and the film's Oscar-nominated actress Lorraine Bracco serving as guest judge. The cheftestants were split in three teams and tasked with making a dish for the one of New York's quintessential Italian-American restaurants, Rao's. But the group charged with the secondi (better known as the pasta course) failed to deliver on arguably the most important dish of an Italian meal. Unfortunately for Tre Wilcox, his overly thick risotto was the worst offense.
Find out why the Texas native coined himself as the "Black Italian" and what he really thinks about Anthony Bourdain's judging style. Plus: How does he always manage to stay out of the drama?
Real Housewives of Miami
Move over, New York: Miami is taking your place.
The Real Housewives of Miami will premiere Tuesday, Feb. 22 at 10/9c, Bravo announced Thursday. New York's Season 4, which was set to debut this month, has been pushed to spring.
Ashley S. went into her two-on-one date on The Bachelor this week with a feeling it was her last.
"I was defeated," she says. "The fact that I was going on the two-on-one with my best friend in the house was just an awful situation."
While American Idol lapped the field, its Wednesday night edition declined slightly yet again, attracting 24.9 million viewers. Last week it got 25.2 million, which was down less than a million from its Season 10 premiere a week earlier.
Broadcast journalists were increasingly targeted — detained, harassed or beaten — amid the unrest in Egypt Thursday, among them CBS anchorwoman Katie Couric and a Fox News Channel crew.
Meantime, sources told Time magazine that Lara Logan, chief foreign affairs correspondent for CBS News, was held along with her crew by Egyptian police outside Cairo's Israeli embassy. Couric wrote on Twitter that she and her crew came under attack by "very hostile" supporters of President Hosni Mubarak and that they "wouldn't let us shoot video."