Noah Wyle and Tracy Wyle
Former ER star Noah Wyle has separated from his wife, Tracy, after nine years of marriage, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
"Tracy Wyle and Noah Wyle, who separated in ...
Chris Harrison, Carrie Ann Inaba
On Sunday's Live at the Golden Globes with Carrie Ann & Chris, starting at 6 ET/3 PT, Carrie Ann Inaba and Chris Harrison will co-host TV Guide Network's red carpet coverage of the awards. The pair spoke with TVGuide.com about what makes the Golden Globes different, who provided their most memorable moments at the Emmys and how they prepare for the big day.
Red Carpet fashion
You may think dressing up for the red carpet is simple for male celebrities, but for the many leading men who are vertically challenged (not that there's anything wrong with that) many details must be addressed to make them seem, well, taller — and without "over-peacocking." [See No. 5]
Carrie Ann Inaba, Tim Gunn and more fashion experts weigh in on 2009's award season standouts
Alan Au of Beverly Hills designer clothing store Jimmy Au's — for men 5-feet-8-inches and shorter — shares his seven dos and don'ts for the shorter man:
1. Choose a style that best fits your body type. If you have broad shoulders or a robust midsection ...
Nickelodeon's new series Big Time Rush (Mon, 8:30/7:30c) follows the wild ride of four best friends from Minnesota who get their life-changing big break in Hollywood. The show's stars, Kendall Schmidt, James Maslow, Carlos Pena and Logan Henderson, sat down with TVGuide.com to chat about their musical influences, their favorite songs to listen to while driving, and how their band name is not a reference to the iconic Canadian prog-rockers.
Watch the video here.
Can't get enough of Matthew Morrison's silky voice? You're in luck! The Glee star has landed a record deal with Mercury Records, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Glee picked up for Season 2
The Golden Globe and Tony nominee is set to begin work on his debut album, which is scheduled for ...
No matter how NBC's late-night disputes are resolved, Conan O'Brien can rest assured that he has another job waiting for him — on FX's Sons of Anarchy.
NBC exec calls Conan "chicken-hearted" and an "astounding failure"
"I know appearing in a dramatic role on cable television is probably the last thing you'd ever want to do, but I want you to know that you have an open invitation on my show, Sons of Anarchy," executive producer Kurt Sutter wrote in an entry on his blog titled "My Open Invitation to Conan O'Brien." "We have an IRA story line that will continue to play out this coming season and I could use a bad-ass O'Brien ...