Baby number eight is on the way for 65-year-old rocker Rod Stewart, but he's only recently begun getting to know his eldest child, whom he had in his teens, he says in an upcoming interview on "The Joy Behar Show."
"The eldest [child] is in her 40s. Although I’m the biological father she was put up for adoption when I was 17 or 18 I think," he explained to Behar. "I was absolutely stone broke...and so she was put up for adoption. Only found out who her [biological] father was about 15 years ago."
The Parents Television Council is disturbed by the GQ photo shoot featuring three of the show's stars.
In a statement released on Wednesday, the PTC “denounced the makers of the TV show 'Glee' for a hyper-sexualized GQ photo shoot that will be featured in the November issue.”
President of the PTC Tim Winter found it “disturbing that GQ, which is explicitly written for adult men, is sexualizing the actresses who play high school-aged characters on ‘Glee’ in this way,” and thought “[i]t borders on pedophilia.”
The show “Sister Wives” is all about the numbers, especially when it comes to the ratings.
The hit TLC freshman reality show drew about 2.7 million viewers for its series finale, according to the network. “Sister Wives” follows the lives of polygamist Kody Brown and his four wives.
Brown, who is legally only married to his first wife, is currently being investigated in his home state of Utah for felony bigamy.
AXE, a line of hair and body products for men, has announced they’ll no longer feature rapper T.I. in promotional campaigns.
The decision was reached after a federal judge found the rapper guilty of violating his probation on Friday, ordering him back to prison for 11 months.
Unilever told CNN, "We will no longer feature T.I. in our promotional campaigns."
Watch your backs, "Glee" gang – looks like you've got some competition. The CW is developing it's own song-and-dance dramedy called "Acting Out," reports Deadline.com.
Rather than being set in a high school, however, the "Acting Out" action will take place at a summer camp and focus on the relationships between the counselors and the camp's young, curmudgeonly new owner. Think Coach Sue in khaki.
The project, which is being described as "'Glee' meets 'Bad Santa,'" is being helmed by writer-director Todd Graff, the man behind the 2009 music-themed Vanessa Hudgens flick "Bandslam" and the upcoming Dolly Parton/Queen Latifah choir comedy "Joyful Noise."
"Acting Out" is set to jazz-hand its way onto the CW's lineup in 2011.
When Amber Portwood was shown becoming violent with the father of her child, Gary Shirley, on an episode of MTV’s “Teen Mom," it sparked plenty of dialogue, including an interview with the on-again, off-again couple taped by MTV.
But now it looks like Amber could be in for more than just an on-camera talk-it-out session with Dr. Drew.
According to Anderson, Indiana Police Department Detective Mitch Carroll, the police were made aware of the alleged incident after the episode in question aired because of emails from viewers. The police paid a visit to the home of the "Teen Mom" on September 29, but Gary and Amber were out of state at the time. The police have since conducted an initial case report and have spoken with the young parents over the phone.
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