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Sara Rue wed boyfriend Kevin Price over the weekend, Us Weekly reports. "I've never been happier," Rue, 32, told the magazine. "I feel so lucky to have found someone as kind, funny and smart as Kevin...
If American Idol were an 18-wheeler, then Breaking In would be the Mini Cooper drafting behind it. The new Fox comedy starring Christian Slater broke out of the gate with 9.88 million people tuning in ...
American Idol averaged 23.57 million viewers for its latest episode — about the same as last week. Wednesday's two-hour show, which featured songs by Elton John, scored a 7.5 rating among 18-to-49-year-olds.
American Idol's Motown episode steamrolled the competition, averaging nearly 23.5 million viewers. Wednesday's two-hour show was up from last week's 22.2 million viewers and rose 1 percent among 18-to-49-year-olds to a 7.7 rating — although that's down 8 percent from the comparable year-earlier show.
While American Idol continues to decimate its competition, it also keeps lagging behind its numbers for last season.
With the contestants whittled down to the final 13, American Idol cast its long ratings shadow, averaging 24.2 million viewers. Wednesday's two-hour show on Fox put up an 8 rating among 18-to-49-year-olds, the industry's advertiser-coveted demo — 36 percent more than the other four networks combined. And it was even up compared with last year's equivalent show, which drew 23.5 million.
Sara Rue knows what it's like to be pregnant — not because she has a child of her own yet, but because she's been expecting so many times on screen.
As host of the new weight-loss competition Shedding for the Wedding, bride-to-be Sara Rue (she's engaged to teacher Kevin Price) has more than just fabulous prizes to offer the overweight engaged couples. She recently lost 50 pounds as a Jenny Craig spokesperson, so she's living proof that the contestants can slim down, too. TV Guide Magazine: Were you looking to do a reality show? Rue: Doing my weight loss so publicly has been an incredibly empowering experience. To be part of the journey with these people was too good to turn down.
American Idol's relatively fab numbers for its Beatles show — averaging some 22.6 million people over two hours — was enough to have the other networks singing: "Help!" Read our American Idol recaps In prime time's first hour, Survivor: Redemption Island, which last week suffered its lowest-rated premiere ever with 11.2 million viewers, held about the same number. ABC's The Middle lured nearly 8.1 million viewers; Better With You, at 8:30/7:30, attracted some 5.9 million for the second straight week. Part 1 of Minute to Win It got nearly 3.9 million on NBC. And some 2.3 million checked out the 16th season premiere of America's Next Top Model.
"I want a beer pong table at my wedding," Sara Rue tells TVGuide.com, admitting that she gleaned ideas for her own upcoming nuptials from the contestants on Shedding for the Wedding. "I'd tell them, 'I'm stealing that,'" says the host of CW's newest reality competition show debuting Wednesday at 9/8c. "I wasn't in the full wedding planning process when we were shooting, so it was really fun for me to watch them and say, 'Oh I like that dress' or 'Those invitations are pretty' and clock them [in] my mind."
Shedding for the Wedding helps couples look their best on their big day, but don't confuse it with E!'s competition show Bridalplasty. "I despise Bridalplasty," said executive producer Dave Broome Friday at the Television Critics Association winter previews. " I would never make a...