The latest episode opened with Aria, Emily, Hanna and Spencer taking a walk through the woods - dressed to the nines, of course (except for maybe Hanna, who was channeling “Flash Dance” with her off-the-shoulder sweatshirt).
The girls were looking for a shed (presumably the same one they set fire to before Alison’s disappearance) and they talked about their plans to make a shrine for Alison there (because what else is there to do when you’re receiving incriminating text messages about events only known to the deceased?).
But right in the midst of their ‘maybe we should build the shrine in town so everyone can see it’ debate, in comes another text: “Heads up BFFs. It’s open season on liars and I’m hunting. -A.”
Indrani, part of the famed photography duo Markus Klinko and Indrani and star of Bravo's "Double Exposure," isn't the kind of woman who kisses and tells - at least not everything.
In an interview with Out magazine, the reality TV star neither confirmed nor denied her rumored relationship with Lindsay Lohan, but revealed just enough to keep us guessing.
It was reported back in May that Indrani, 36, had been dating 23-year-old Lohan after unnamed sources reportedly spotted the photographer on dates with Lohan in Los Angeles, according to the New York Post.
Bristol Palin isn’t the only one with political ties showing up on the small screen – Vice President Joe Biden’s wife, Dr. Jill Biden, is going to guest star on an upcoming episode of Lifetime's “Army Wives.”
Nineteen-year-old Palin’s guest role on ABC Family's “The Secret Life of the American Teenager” is up first, airing on July 5, according to a statement from ABC Family. Palin will play herself in the episode as a friend of Amy’s attending a music program for teen mothers in New York.
Biden will also play herself in the “Army Wives” episode titled, “Mud, Sweat and Tears,” set to air on August 15, according to a statement from Lifetime.
Biden, who works to support military families and raise awareness about the sacrifices they make, will visit Fort Marshall to kick off the annual “fun run”and also visit with the military spouses to talk about the challenges they face while their loved ones are deployed.
For two people who said they'd appreciate privacy after their breakup, neither of them have been very private.
Both Jake Pavelka, 32, and Vienna Girardi, 24, are on nearly every celebrity weekly magazine cover, supposedly spilling details about where it all went wrong.
But it seems, just like with most break-ups, there isn’t a lot of consensus on why it ended, and each weekly is telling a slightly different story. Read on for who said what in which weekly.
After 20 years of estrangement, La Toya Jackson has reunited with her late brother's pet chimp for an emotional Animal Planet documentary, "Michael Jackson & Bubbles: The Untold Story."
Jackson, 54, is seen visiting the Center for Great Apes in Florida, which 27-year-old Bubbles - who toured with Michael and appeared in his music videos - has called home since 2004.
Though Michael had been to the sanctuary several times before his death last year, this was the first visit by any other Jackson family member, reports the Highlands Today newspaper.
Jerry Seinfeld’s war with Lady Gaga has got the "Showbiz Tonight" staffers in a feud of our own.
Gaga wound up in Seinfeld's private V.I.P. box at a recent Mets game and he’s calling her “a jerk” for flipping the bird at fans and then getting upgraded. (Listen to Jerry here.)
Line Producer Jenn Gerardo took Seinfeld's side in the feud demanding that Gaga “make a public apology to him," while Producer Sid Lipsey argued that Gaga was just being Gaga. What do you think: Does Lady Gaga owe Seinfeld an apology, or is this a Seinfeld-style feud about nothing? You can let us know in today’s "Showbiz Tonight" poll.
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