If you live in New York, Philadelphia, Minneapolis, Orlando, Phoenix or L.A., get ready to see Fran Drescher do a lot of talking.
The former “Nanny” star, known for that distinctive voice, is gearing up to launch a daytime talk program on Fox stations in the aforementioned cities for a three week trial period starting November 26, Mediaweek reports.
The hour-long entertainment/talk show will be broadcast live from Los Angeles and will be co-produced by Fox and syndicator Debmar-Mercury, according to Broadcasting & Cable.
Nail products manufacturer Nicole by OPI has tapped 16-year-old superstar Justin Bieber to help create a nail polish collection inspired by his music.
Explained the company's Vice President & Artistic Director Suzi Weiss-Fischmann, “The colors in the collection are modeled after the upbeat and emotive nature of Justin’s songs, as well as his own unrivaled energy.”
The collection of nail lacquer, called “One Less Lonely Girl,” features six sparkly and metallic hues with names like, “OMB!,”; “Me + Blue”; “Give Me the First Dance”; and “Step 2 the Beat of My Heart.” The collection will be available exclusively at Walmart beginning in December 2010.
Lupe Fiasco fans and his label can now breathe a sigh of relief, and both have reason to celebrate: The artist's third studio album, "Lasers," finally has a release date.
Last week, Lupe tweeted a picture of himself and Atlantic Records President Julie Greenwald that was all smiles. The artist had been dealing with months of tension with his label over the release of “Lasers," and the photo came a week before fans' protests - dubbed “FiascoFriday” - were set to take place outside of Atlantic’s offices in New York City, with another march set in Chicago.
According to the artist, “Lasers” will hit shelves March 8, 2011, with the first single coming out October 26 via his website.
More than a year after being detained for 140 days in North Korea while on assignment, journalist Laura Ling is moving to E! Entertainment.
The journalist and author will host the network’s hour-long documentary series, “E! Investigates,” starting in December, according to a statement from the network.
Ling is expected to deep-dive into the “most important and controversial” topics, according to the network, particularly “stories and trends that are often overlooked or misrepresented in the media."
Right couple, wrong wedding date.
While some media outlets have been reporting that “Sister Wives" star Kody Brown married his fourth wife, Robyn, this past weekend, TLC confirmed to CNN that the pair actually married back in May.
Brown, his wives and their kids are the subjects of the TLC series which follows their day-to-day lives. The super-sized Utah family is also the target of a criminal investigation for alleged felony bigamy.
We’re now about halfway through the second season of “Eastbound and Down,” and right before last night’s third episode I found myself asking the same question you were probably asking yourself: “Is Brooks Conrad currently the worst infielder in Major League Baseball?”
Ok, so that’s actually the question asked by fans here in Atlanta after the Braves game three debacle against San Francisco. Thank goodness for Kenny Powers and his season-and-a-half quest to make it back to MLB taking our minds off everything afoul in the sporting world.
But let's move on. Back in Copales, KP and Stevie were getting used to being roomies (thong wars anyone?) and our star player wasn't so happy with his current PR campaign with the Charros.
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