Ron Perlman and Charlie Hunnam, Sons of Anarchy
Sons of Anarchy star Charlie Hunnam made a major sacrifice for the second season of the FX drama: He lost a tooth.
"I'm sure it was worth it, but I've got a thing about my teeth," the English actor tells TVGuide.com with a laugh. "My mum was really psychotic when I was growing up about taking care of our teeth. I don't have a single filling; I've never had anything done to my teeth, so it was kind of a bummer."
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The jaw-jacking scene won't hit TV screens until the middle of this season, but it comes as the tension between Hunnam's character, Jax, and SAMCRO leader Clay (Ron Perlman) reaches fever pitch. Hunnam says Jax tries to avoid a physical altercation ...
Sara Paxton, Victoria Beckham
Victoria "Posh" Beckham and The Beautiful Life star Sara Paxton wore identical corseted mini-dresses last week. Beckham, 34, paired her spray-paint-printed frock with thigh-high boots, while Paxton, 21, chose to show off her legs with silver studded platforms.
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The Biggest Loser, Alison Sweeney
The Biggest Loser has had its share of inspirational success stories, but this cycle aims for a whole new level of drama. This season is all about "second chances": Abbey, who lost her husband and children in a tragedy, and Daniel, the former heaviest contestant in Biggest Loser history, returning to finish the journey he began, are among this season's contestants. Alison Sweeney, soap star and host of the reality weight-loss series, shared her thoughts about Season 8 with TVGuide.com and explained why health and fitness have become so important in her own life.
TVGuide.com: This season's theme is "second chances." What sets it apart from the past seven seasons?
Alison Sweeney: Each season is a different experience [because] it's all based on the contestants. We're saying "second chances" because it's just that — the Biggest Loser campus is a second chance at life and health for them. And [former contestant]...
Kanye West may have monopolized Monday's VMA headlines by bum-rushing Taylor Swift's acceptance speech, but we'd like to take a moment to acknowledge the attention-seeking efforts put forth by one Miss Lady Gaga, with her multiple wardrobe quick-changes.
Gaga walked the red carpet in a look that is equal parts Mad Hatter and dead crow (left): a floor-length, corseted Jean-Paul Gaultier gown, a stiff, feathered collar by Kiko of London and a flattened top hat.
The singer then changed for her Phantom of the Opera-inspired performance into a white lace top, matching panties and thigh-high boots. (And there was a reason why it was all white.)
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Mischa Barton looks healthy and happy at the premiere of her new CW series, The Beautiful Life, in a floor-sweeping fuschia gown that looks fabulous on Barton's frame. And we love the ruched cap sleeves and side panels.
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There's currently no end in sight for Jon & Kate Plus 8: Kate Gosselin said on The View Monday that she won't quit the TLC series because she needs a paycheck — even though it doesn't pay her enough.
"Is anybody paid enough?" Kate said during her guest-hosting stint.
Filling in for Elisabeth Hasselbeck, who's on maternity leave, she gamely spoke about her family travails as part of the show's Hot Topic segment, defending ...