When Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt finally walk down the aisle — for real — will Lauren Conrad be there for the nuptials? Mm, it's doubtful.
Out promoting her upcoming voice gig for Family Guy, Lauren was asked if she would be attending the rumored Speidi wedding. The Hills headliner giggled as she told reporters, "Probably not" — although she did note, "Yes, I was invited."
LC also isn't keen on stopping by Hills costar Audrina's new reality show that will focus on the aspiring actress' professional and personal life. "I feel like that's her thing," Conrad explained.
So what is Lauren doing with her time? While her clothing line may be on hold, she's been flexing her other creative muscles with ...
The Dancing with the Stars ballroom was unable to transform a Jackass into a gentleman, but Steve-O's OK with that. "I wasn't going to win the whole deal, so I think I got out of it at the right time," the latest casualty tells TVGuide.com. But don't think he's not appreciative of the experience. Find out what else Steve-O — who can next be seen on the small-screen in his MTV special Steve-O: Demise and Rise, which chronicles his recovery from drug addiction — has to say about his time on the hardwood, that lowly score of 4 he got and why he's looking for redemption.
DJ AM, Steve-O
MTV will try to lend a helping hand with its two new intervention-style projects: a documentary on Steve-O's drug addiction and recovery and a reality series with DJ AM.
Airing Sunday, May 3, at 10 pm/ET, Steve-O: Demise and Rise, a self-made documentary, will give fans an "explosive" inside look at the Jackass star's downward spiral into drug addiction and his ...
Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt
Will they or won't they? Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt continue to dodge the latest wedding rumors, but if they had tied the knot any sooner Montag doubts it would have lasted.
"I'd be getting divorced right now if..."
Jillian Michaels often catches heat for her harsh tactics and boot camp-style attitude as a trainer on NBC's The Biggest Loser, but the AP reports that Michaels insists it's the only way to get the "half-dead" contestants to shed the pounds.
Teen sensation Miley Cyrus takes the stage as part of the cinema-themed week, Oscar winner and former Idol Jennifer Hudson performs and one more hopeful faces elimination.
Hey dawgs! Once again, I must thank you all for your awesome comments on Tuesday's episode — even the one poster who said I was too snarky and was running off to read Michael Slezak's recap. Moi? Snarky? Compared to Slezak? I think we all know who would win that snark-off. Just sayin'. But seriously, thanks for your lively debates and passionate beliefs!
Ryan begins the night by introducing our Top 7 and reminding us that the Top 10 will be on tour beginning this summer (in 50 cities? Did I hear that right?). After the magazine cover-themed music video, the Idols launch into "She's a Maniac" from Flashdance. Like last week, it's not lip-synched, which is good? Such a weird song to sing, out of all the movie songs they could've chosen. I love how the contestants get crap for bad song choices, but the producers don't do any better with their selections.
"Octo-Mom" Nadya Suleman has revealed new details about her nascent reality show — but the deal isn't done just yet.
On Wednesday, Suleman opened up about the possible show, explaining that it would be a documentary series versus traditional reality fare. "It's going to be..."
When Dr. Huizenga told Laura Denoux she had the worst injury he had seen in seven seasons, she knew she was in trouble. The 24-year-old fractured her hip and was forced to restrict her workouts, leading to a 3-pound weight gain and being up for elimination. Although she wanted to stay, Laura was sent home to recover from her injury and continue her progress on her own. TVGuide.com checked in with the former plus-size model, who has been able to maintain her 77-pound weight-loss, on how it felt to be made over by Tim Gunn and what she really thinks of Ron.
TVGuide.com: How did it feel to get the makeover this week?
Laura Denoux: The makeover felt amazing...
The reality for Rod Blagojevich? He may become a TV star.
The former governor of Illinois, who pleaded not guilty to federal racketeering and fraud charges Tuesday, has inked a deal to star on ...
TV Guide Network's Justin Guarini (inset) shares his thoughts on Matt Giraud and this week's other performers.
Throughout American Idol's final weeks, as each sing-off signs off, TVGuide.com will be checking in with TV Guide Network hosts/Idol alums Justin Guarini and Kimberly Caldwell for their particularly qualified takes on who soared, who stumbled, and which judge's review most rang true.
This week, Guarini shares his thoughts on who delivered a blockbuster — and who dealt us a dud — during "Songs of the Cinema Week." Read his full review, after the jump.