Chef Gordon Ramsay has encountered any number of mushrooms in his career, but his latest run-in with one takes the biscuit.
Andi Dorfman and Josh Murray
After one of the toughest seasons in the show's history — and certainly the most tragic — The Bachelorette has ended with a happy engagement.
The last suitor to exit the limo on the first night, Josh caught Andi's attention immediately, but she remained skeptical of him because he was a former pro athlete. Still, the Tampa native remained a frontrunner and eventually won her over. In fact, she was so smitten that she dumped Nick the morning of the final rose ceremony. After Andi was finally able to profess her love, Josh got down on one knee, proposed and she said, "Yes!"
Holly Marie Combs, Shannen Doherty
Former Charmed co-stars Shannen Doherty and Holly Marie Combs are reuniting for a road trip reality show on Great American Country, the cable channel announced Friday. Off the Map with Shannen & Holly will consist of six episodes and is slated to premiere in 2015.
As if dating shows weren't skeevy enough, VH1's Dating Naked arrived to give you even more second-hand embarrassment. On Thursday's series premiere, couples went on their first naked dates, but the nudity didn't stop there.
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Calling all Simple Life fans! Candidly Nicole, Nicole Richie's new VH1 reality show, proves that the former socialite is as funny as ever.
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In the new extended trailer, Richie says that her show is about the "big issues" — "I think 90210 changed the world," she explains. Richie goes on to say Candidly Nicole will also tackle race ("I'm from L.A.. Yes, I am Jewish"), health issues ("I cannot see anything in my left eye. Do you think it's because I wore side bangs?") and family ("I hate kids!").
We all saw this one coming, right? A new reality series titled I Slept With a Celebrity is currently in development, according toThe Hollywood Reporter.
Nigel Lythgoe, Cat Deeley and Mary Murphy
Can So You Think You Can Dance's fancy footwork deliver another solid season?
The reality dance competition show returns for its 11th season Wednesday (8/7c, Fox) amidst a glut of reality shows that are all struggling to retain the audiences that once turned up in droves. "Like most shows, we've been losing viewers and the viewing figures have been going down," executive producer and judge Nigel Lythgoe told reporters on a call last week. "I would certainly like to bolster them up, if not keep them the same as last year."
Jena Asciutto has had quite the senior year.
Although the 17-year-old Farmington Hills, Mich., student didn't take home the title of American Idol Wednesday night, she doesn't begrudge the victory to Caleb Johnson, someone she now considers one of her best friends. "I am so happy for Caleb," she told reporters Thursday. "He deserves it all. The production team said that they haven't seen a connection like the one between me and Caleb. It helped with the stress being taken down a couple notches [during competition]."
Winning American Idol isn't the only surreal thing that happened to Caleb Johnson Wednesday night.
The singer from Asheville, N.C., also got to rock out with his idols KISS on not just one, but two songs. (Watch it here!) "It was really humbling and such an honor," he told reporters Thursday. "Literally they're icons of rock..."