Can we be honest here? Sheree’s dancing skills are only a notch or two above Kim’s singing.
Watching Sheree prance around on Sunday night’s episode of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” during her appearance on the local version of “Dancing with the Stars” was almost as painful as Phaedra’s upcoming childbirth is bound to be.
I could get all deep and discuss the symbolism of her being kicked out of the upper room and into the public restroom to prepare and how that so clearly mirrors her personal life, but I won’t go there.
LeAnn Rimes has confirmed that she isn’t engaged, but her ex-husband Dean Sheremet apparently is, and the country star says she’s happy for him.
On Saturday, Rimes tweeted, “Congrats to @deansheremet and @sarah_silver on your engagement! A little birdie told me the happy news last night. Wishes for a life full of happiness.”
Sheremet, 29, and Rimes, 28, were married for nearly eight years before their union came to an end in 2009. Earlier that same year, news of her romance with actor Eddie Cibrian, 37, became public. (The "CSI: Miami" star also filed for his own divorce from wife Brandi Glanville in August, 2009.)
New details have emerged about the upcoming Wolverine sequel – and it turns out the film won't be a sequel at all.
In an interview with HitFix, director Darren Aronofsky revealed that the film, officially titled "The Wolverine," will not be a follow up to 2009's popular "X-Men Origins: Wolverine." Instead, Aronofsky's project, featuring the razor-clawed Marvel superhero and starring Hugh Jackman, will be a one-off, stand-alone film.
As for the plot, ComingSoon reports that the story will find Wolverine – more commonly known as Logan – embarking on a forbidden romance with a Japanese woman whose hand in marriage was already promised to another man. Never one to take no for an answer, Logan takes on her father and sword-wielding brothers in an attempt to win her heart.
Sunday night's episode of "The Walking Dead" featured that long-awaited moment where Rick finally reunited with his family, who thought he was dead. It was every bit as emotional as one might expect.
Meanwhile Shane, who was involved with Rick's wife, Lori (not to mention seeing his de facto leadership of the camp threatened), reacted in as poorly a manner as possible.
After the thrills of fighting off a horde of zombies in Atlanta, Glenn showed up in his sports car only to be yelled at for leaving the car alarm on and seeing it raided for spare parts. The realities of the camp hit the survivors hard, and it looked as though some of them were more of a threat to each other than any "walker."
The show must go on! That's the stance the Disney Channel is taking as "Sonny With a Chance" star Demi Lovato continues to seek treatment for emotional and physical issues.
Entertainment Weekly confirms a report in Variety that the network is tweaking the teen series so that its focus will be on the variety-show-within-the-show "So Random!"
Under the new format, which will begin shooting with or without Lovato in January, the episodes will feature guest stars as well as music and comedy sketches.
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