Rielle Hunter, The Oprah Winfrey Show
In her first TV interview since John Edwards claimed paternity of her 2-year-old daughter, Rielle Hunter told Oprah Winfrey she is not a home wrecker.
"It is not my experience that a third party wrecks a home...
Mark McGrath and his fiancée welcomed twins — a boy and a girl — Thursday in Los Angeles, People reports.
Son Lydon Edward arrived first, weighing 5 pounds, 7 ounces, followed by 4-pound, 8-ounce daughter...
Tim Urban, American Idol
Tim Urban knows he was the butt of a lot of jokes this season, and the recently eliminated American Idol singer is OK with that.
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Urban, who was cut during Hollywood Week but brought back when another semifinalist was disqualified, says cynics and bloggers had their stories written for them before he even finished his first — as Simon Cowell would say, dreadful — performance.
"I feel like I created the perfect storm for Internet buzz," Urban tells TVGuide.com. "I was the alternate who went out the first week and just tanked it. ... I created a storyline right there at the start."
But Urban says it was the drive to change that storyline that helped him make it to the finals and all the way to a seventh-place finish ...
Glee - Lea Michele
Now that Glee star Lea Michele has wrapped the first season of the hit musical dramedy, she and the rest of cast are hitting the stage for a live tour. "I'm nervous though," says Michele in an interview with Hollywood 411, "We're, like, singing 15 songs live, all different genres. So that's a big challenge, but I'm ready for it."
Will Glee take on Madonna again?
Besides the catchy tunes featured in the show, Michele also tells us why she thinks that Glee is so important. "It really sends such an incredible message that it's important to be proud of who you are, be comfortable in your skin," she says.
Plus: Michele tells us about learning Madonna's exact dance moves, and why she was so devastated before landing the role of Rachel.
Hollywood 411 airs Fridays on TV Guide Network at 8/7c.
Watch the interview after the jump.
Matt Davis tells TVGuide.com that it's looking pretty likely that Alaric Saltzman, the teacher and part-time vampire slayer he plays on The Vampire Diaries, will be back for Season 2. To commemorate that good news, we decided to count the ways we love Alaric.
1. Alaric's a great foil for Damon.
Alaric first teamed up with Damon Salvatore (Ian Somerhalder) to save Damon's brother Stefan (Paul Wesley); this time the odd pairing will have to protect...