Howie Mandel sits down with Access to chat about "Deal or No Deal" moving to Connecticut and the changes coming to the show.
John plays the new bad boy of Wisteria Lane, Patrick Logan, and Access catches up with him on the set of "Desperate Housewives."
Access catches up with Joe Jackson at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas where he talks about the LA County Coroner's office ruling that Michael's death was a homicide.
Access shows how the stars are going green with their favorite jeans. In a home made of recycled materials and solar panels in LA, fashion stylist Sara Murray unveils eco-chic denim.
Kate talks about why she has chosen to only speak kindly of her ex since their split? Would she ever consider getting back together with him, or shooting another show with him?
Laura Saltman visited the set of FOX's new musical comedy, "Glee," where she talked with the cast about what can be expected from the show and how they landed their roles.
"The Twilight Saga's" hunky vampire, Kellan Lutz, calls on fans and animal lovers to adopt a pet through PETA's Animal Adoption Campaign.
Sienna and Rachel talk about the military training they received in preparation for their action sequences. Plus, Sienna reacts to her action figure.
Comedienne Kathy chats about the new season of "Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List," and her public pap smear stunt. Plus, Kathy shares her thoughts on real vs. fake breasts.
After her "Dancing with the Stars" tango, Kate is all smiles, but she also chats about having a difficult week. And, Kate discusses her custody battle with ex-husband Jon Gosselin.
Diddy, JC Chasez, Mel B, and more reminisce about their favorite memories of Michael at Diddy's White Party on July 4th. Plus, what Michael moment does Diddy call "magical"?
"Family Guy" creator and voice-star Seth MacFarlane chats about his Emmy nomination and the controversial abortion episode. Plus, will Rush Limbaugh sing on the show?
Tracy Morgan talks with Access about doing the voice for Blaster. Plus, what did he think about this movie being inspired by the director's 5-year-old son.
At the NYC premiere of "A Mother's Courage: Talking Back To Autism," Rosie explains how she thinks this film captures a "miracle." She also discusses her return to daytime TV.
Gayle says that it's a great idea for Rosie to return to daytime TV, but does she think Rosie can replace Oprah? Gayle also gives an update on Oprah's "unfortunate" trial.
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