For real, Phaedra?
Did you really think you would get away with the whole “they are inducing me at seven months pregnant” story? How awesome was it to have the doctor bust Fakedra’s story in front of her pastor mama as well as Kandi? We all knew that chick was full term, but it was still sweet to hear the doctor confirm it.
Kim was all over that, thanks in part to her nursing studies, and she knew it was all fakery. Turns out Kim knows even more about babies than we thought, but that's another blog.
Backstreet’s back alright, and so are the New Kids on the Block. All grown up (but forever referred to as boy bands), they talked to CNN on the red carpet at the American Music Awards Sunday.
BSB’s Howie Dorough let a little secret slip in front of our cameras: The two bands have already recorded a new single together. TMI? Maybe. Once Dorough let that cat out of the bag, NKOTB's Joey McIntyre said, "You gave her the scoop, Howie!"
The boy bands made for one of the biggest onstage highlights at the awards show with a medley of hits like "Everybody (Backstreet's Back)," "Hangin' Tough," "I Want It That Way" and "Step By Step." (Update 1:55 p.m. Fans are clearly amped for this union, as the two groups have added 18 shows to their upcoming co-headlined summer tour, with an additional night in both Chicago and Toronto. For more information, head to NKOTBSB.com.)
Break out the stovepipe hat!
English actor Daniel Day-Lewis will play the 16th president of the United States in director Steven Spielberg's upcoming biopic of Abraham Lincoln.
"Lincoln," based on Doris Kearns Goodwin's best-selling book "Team of Rivals," will focus on the political collision between Lincoln and his cabinet members on the road to abolition and the end of the Civil War, reports Deadline.com.
Has Kim Zolciak flipped her wig?
Though she denied pregnancy rumors during last night's appearance on Bravo exec Andy Cohen's show "Watch What Happens Live," the "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star now confirms that she's got a baby on the way.
"I'm the happiest I've ever been," says the "Google Me" singer, who tells Life & Style magazine she is three months pregnant.
Editor's Note: If you don't like spoilers of any kind, you should probably stop reading now.
The plot moved along at a brisk pace on Sunday night's "The Walking Dead," at least compared to previous episodes. The script was written by the comic book's creator Robert Kirkman, and it turned out to be one of the strongest episodes so far.
For one thing, we learned of another group of survivors living in Atlanta, the Vatos. At first they appeared to be a street gang, having kidnapped Glenn during a zombie attack.
Rick's group (while still searching for Merle, who ended up taking their van) took one of the Vatos' men hostage as well, and attempted to trade him for Glenn. After the two heavily armed groups faced off, it was discovered that the Vatos were actually taking care of some of the elderly, using what medical knowledge they had between them. More and more, we see that things are not what they seem on this show.
Former "American Idol" judge Paula Abdul's days of discovering fresh new talent aren't over. The singer-dancer has just launched AuditionBooth.com, a new casting website for aspiring entertainers.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, AuditionBooth - which 48-year-old Abdul co-founded - hopes to connect those with dreams of being in show business with casting directors, producers, and managers of TV shows, reality series, Web videos, and ad campaigns.
Talent can use AuditionBooth to record and upload their audition videos, while casting decision-makers can search and screen submissions, and visitors can comment on and "Like" videos.
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