Question: I have been hearing a lot of things about the possibility of Hannah (Sarah Drew) leaving Everwood. What's the real story?
Answer: (MAJOR SPOILER ALERT) It's true: Hannah will decide to leave town after receiving tragic news in the Nov. 10 episode, but that doesn't mean we've seen the last of Sarah Drew on Everwood. I can't stress that enough. I also can't stress enough how freakin' unbelievable this show has been this season!
Former Playboy pinup and Baywatch babe Erika Eleniak — who was the resident blonde bombshell before Pam Anderson stole the show — has found a new reason to don a skimpy bikini on TV.
Eleniak and fellow model-actress Angie Everhart are the two competing Gingers in the second season of TBS' The Real Gilligan's Island, which debuts tonight at 9 pm/ET. Inspired by the classic sitcom and created by The Bachelor's Mike Fleiss, this goofy reality show pits two teams of "stranded" copycat castaways against each other for a $250,000 jackpot.While the rest of the contestants are civilians, the Ginger slots are filled with D-list celebs. Last season they were Rod Stewart's Aussie model ex, Rachel Hunter, and Nicole Eggert from Charles in Charge and Baywatch. Did Eleniak — who at least enjoys a thriving B-
Watch your back, Tina Louise. Supermodel Rachel Hunter is stealing your signature role as Ginger Grant, aka "the Movie Star" from Gilligan's Island. Only the sexy New Zealander — recently best known as "Stacey's Mom" in the Fountains of Wayne music video — isn't doing a remake of the '60s hitcom. She's doing TBS's The Real Gilligan's Island (kicking off tonight at 8 pm/ET).
Here's the sitch: Reality TV's latest potential shipwreck, produced by The Bachelor's Mike Fleiss, features two sets of stranded castaways competing to get off an island. So there's two real-life professors, two skippers, two millionaire couples, and so on. But unlike Celebrity Mole or I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Outta Here!, which feature (dubiously) famous people only, this show features two B-list celebs mixed in with the common folk: Hunter and Charles in Charge's Nicole Eggert are the competing Gingers. But why?