Donald Trump, Omarosa
The Apprentice's infamous one-named villain, Omarosa, is looking for the one — with a little help from The Donald.
The ex-contestant (formerly known as Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth) will reunite with Donald Trump for a dating reality series called ...
A judge has blocked Jennifer Lopez's ex-husband from releasing a proposed film featuring footage of their sex life, a rep for the Los Angeles Superior Court told TVGuide.com.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge James C. Chalfant issued the temporary order Monday against Ojani Noa, who has been shopping ...
Jensen Ackles and Danneel Harris
Sorry, ladies. Jensen Ackles is off the market.
The Supernatural hunk and his longtime girlfriend, One Tree Hill star Danneel Harris are engaged, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
After dating for three years, the 31-year old actor and 30-year-old actress are planning to tie the knot...
The Smallville mythology is growing this season with the introduction of Agent Amanda Waller. The L Word star Pam Grier, who began in 1970s blaxploitation films, has taken on the role of the DC Comics villainess, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Who's returning to Smallville?
The 60-year-old Grier, whose career was revived by Quentin Tarantino's 1997 film Jackie Brown, will make her first appearance in...
After last week's museum-inspired challenge, many Project Runway fans were not too thrilled that the judges eliminated Gordana Gehlhausen even though her dress was believed to be one of the best designs on the catwalk. The 45-year-old designer told TVGuide.com that no matter what she made, she knew she wasn't going to Bryant Park "because that's how it was through the whole show for me."
Project Runway Rundown: Did Gordana deserve to go?
Find out what she had to say about Tim Gunn's initial expression toward her gown, how she used a microwave to create the garment's texture and why she hopes to inspire others.
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Watch the interview after the jump.
I hope you had a great weekend. Thank you for all of your comments last week! It was great to see your responses. Honestly, I'm so tired of superficial stuff and I felt like I needed to say what was on my mind and I'm glad I did.
The whole situation reminds me of ESPN or a sports network. They're amazing, but there are so many people that are talking generically. You watch a game and the "analysts" are like: "Well, if the quarterback would throw the ball more accurately, then they would have better success at catching it." OK, really? Thanks for telling me that. This kind of stuff they do a lot and once in a while you get somebody who can actually formulate thoughts and actually talk about things honestly and intellectually ...