Just as we find out that Hugh Grant came thisclose to signing on to replace Charlie Sheen on “Two and a Half Men” before coming to his senses and realizing that was his worst idea since getting into a car with Divine Brown, comes news of another television switcheroo. With Camille Grammar on the fence about whether to return for season two of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” the producers found themselves in a predicament. Camille kind of made the show, and not just because of her personality—because she was married to a famous actor and was going through a very public divorce. Luckily, they have found another lady to slip right into that slot. Brandi Glanville. As in, Eddie Cibrian‘s ex-wife who he divorced after falling in love with LeAnn Rimes while shooting a Lifetime movie. Keep reading »
Let’s hope Adele’s ex-boyfriend doesn’t catch wind of this and demand royalties. Last night, “Glee” did a little tribute to Adele. During the episode “Prom Queen,” Rachel Berry came face to face with her ex, Jesse St. James (played by Jonathan Groff), while belting out “Rolling in the Deep.” He naturally joins in, making us wish she’d forget about Finn already.
But this isn’t the first time “Glee” has saluted Adele this season. Keep reading »
“Gossip Girl” has gotten good lately. Like, really good. Blair fell in love with the Prince of Monaco and accepted his marriage proposal, even though Chuck is hell bent on getting her back. Meanwhile, Serena‘s cousin is totally single white female-ing her and is creepily moving in on Dan. But there are two characters who have all but disappeared from the “Gossip Girl” tableau—Jenny Humphrey and Vanessa Abrams. So I wasn’t hugely surprised to hear that Taylor Momsen and Jessica Szohr, who play them, won’t be series regulars for season five of the show.
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Matthew Morrison kind of drives us crazy as Will Schuester on “Glee.” Homedude is just a touch whiny, you know? But we’re still excited for his debut album, Matthew Morrison, because his abs are amazing (even if he ate nothing but sweet potatoes for days to get them) and because we think curly hair on guys is kind of cute. The best moments on the album are definitely his duets—with his college buddy and “Glee” guest star Gwyneth Paltrow as well as with Sting and Elton John. And we’re just proud of the guy for going in New Directions. Har Har.
Bristol Palin‘s reality show is happening, people. (Is this why she (maybe) got plastic surgery?) There’s no baby daddy Levi Johnston in it. There is no “16 & Pregnant” pal Maci Bookout in it. And it’s airing on the BIO network, which I’ve never heard of. So far, not so good. The utterly compelling premise of Bristol’s reality show? America’s most famous teen mom moves into an apartment with her “Dancing with the Stars” castmate Kyle Massey, his brother, Chris Massey, and her son, Tripp. According to BIO’s press release, the show “follows Bristol Palin’s move from Alaska to Los Angeles with her son, Tripp, to work at a small charity in need while living with her good friends Chris and Kyle Massey.” Wait, she is living with boys? BOYS! Or does Disney neuter their male employees at contract signage? (Note to self: must look up.) Keep reading »