Matthew Settle and Kelly Rutherford
When we heard, yet again, via the Hollywood Reporter, that producers are planning a Gossip Girl spin-off, we couldn't help but be skeptical. Ever since the CW teensplosion hit the airwaves, there have been whisperings of several spin-off concepts in development, and the powers that be have systematically denied each and every one of them. What about this one?
Über conservative Ann Coulter has been out and about (shamelessly) plugging her new book, Guilty: Liberal Victims, but the ladies of The View weren't afraid to talk over her incessant interruptions. As soon as Whoopi jumped right in citing Coulter's whole shtick as "an act," all hell broke loose. But the real kicker comes around the 6:40 mark when Barbara asks if she may read an excerpt from her book and Coulter replies saying, "Yes, and read it like you're reading [Hitler's] Mein Kampf." It's as though you can actually see the tiny daggers shooting out of Babs' eyes. Is it just us, or does Coulter make Elizabeth look like Michael Moore?
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Yeah, yeah, we know who won and who lost at the Golden Globes. But it's the unscripted moments that make or break an award ceremony. So without further ado, here are our top moments from the 66th Golden Globes. Check them out and tell us yours.
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Patrick Swayze, who has battled pancreatic cancer for the last year, checked into a hospital with pneumonia, A&E Network officials said Friday in a surprise announcement.
The Dirty Dancing star was supposed to attend a news conference to promote his new show, The Beast, on A&E, but network president, Robert DeBitetto, announced Swayze would not be attending.
"Patrick is very sorry for being unable to attend this morning," DeBitetto said. "He thanks everyone for all the outpouring of support that he's been receiving lately."
The announcement comes two days after the airing of a Barbara Walters interview, in which Swayze detailed his agonizing...
Lost's Sayid and Hurley find big trouble.
The first seasons' flashbacks now seem utterly quaint. And the more recent flash-forwards? Relatively simple. As promised, previewed and teased by the producers of Lost ever since Season 4 came to a close, the next cycle of episodes introduce a new storytelling "device" of sorts that might make you want to keep a notepad and pen next to your TV remote.
But enough about that. No, really — that's enough. I can't say more, given the confidentiality request that prefaced the first two Season 5 episodes made available to the press.
Instead, I will simply note that the episodes "Because You Left" and "The Lie" offer compelling twists for both the half-dozen "survivors" of Oceanic flight 815 as well as those who are still on the island (wherever it may be).
The first hour is the stronger of the two, if only because ...
OK, that doesn't sound right, but it can happen to one lucky (no pun intended) person.
Miley Cyrus will ring in 2009 from the comfort of a fan's bedroom as part of ...
Ashlee Simpson and Pete Wentz
Look up "TMI" in the dictionary and you'll get a picture of Pete Wentz.
The new pop appeared on Howard Stern's radio show Tuesday to promote Fall Out Boy's new album, Folie a Deux, which in Wentz's mind means "overshare details on my sex life with Ashlee Simpson."
"We have an amazing sex life," he proclaimed. "We have such sexual chemistry. If we had been on this show last year, we'd probably be doing it in ...
Macaulay Culkin's sister, Dakota, was struck and killed by a car in Los Angeles this week, police confirm to People.
Dakota, 29, stepped in front of a car in West L.A. just before 11 pm on Tuesday. "The driver stopped, rendered aid and identified himself as required by law," said...
Matthew Settle and Kelly Rutherford, Gossip Girl
Remember all those rumors about a Gossip Girl spin-off? See what the show's bosses had to say about it after the jump...