Debbie Reynolds just knew husband Richard Hamlett would make some beautiful babies – not with her, but with her daughter Carrie Fisher!
At the December 7 Hollywood premiere of "Wishful Drinking," the HBO film based on Fisher's autobiographical one-woman show, movie legend Reynolds admitted to CNN that she once suggested that Hamlett and the "Star Wars" star should have a child together.
"He was very attractive and he had blue eyes, and I thought it would work out," Reynolds tells CNN of husband number three, whom she was married to from 1984-1996. "[Carrie] was so young!"
Yes Brittany, there is a Santa Claus.
How incredibly sweet was Tuesday night’s episode of “Glee”? The holidays are all about believing in magic, and that’s just what the show was this time around. From Sue’s Grinch right on through to Beiste’s Santa, it was all types of adorable.
Will was still sad that Emma's married and declined her offer to come to her and the hubby’s Christmas Eve party. Good for you Mr. Schue, because spending that day with the woman you love and her new dude would be AWKWARD.
Katy Perry is branding herself with a new moniker and changing her name to Katy Brand.
On today's episode of the "Ellen DeGeneres Show," the quirky 26-year-old singer, who married British comic Russell Brand in India in October, revealed that she is taking her husband's last name.
In fact, Perry tells DeGeneres, she has already grown accustomed to being called "Mrs. Brand."
When it comes to Bristol Palin, folks are drinking gallons of the Haterade.
The younger Palin appears to be well on her way to becoming almost as big a lightening rod as her political mother, despite never having run for office herself. She's been criticized for everything from her romantic choices to her skills - or lack thereof - on “Dancing with the Stars," which she didn't even win, by the way.
There's even been conspiracy theories surrounding her participation in the show (allegedly Mommy made her do it!) and the voters who kept her in the running right up to the finals (allegedly some swift dialing Tea Party members!). You know things are bad when former "American Idol" contestant, Sanjaya, has to come to your defense.
She may be retiring from the talk-show business but Oprah Winfrey isn't giving up on her acting ambitions. The TV titan is set to produce and star in an HBO Films adaptation of the Pulitzer prize-winning 2009 off-Broadway play, "Ruined."
Deadline.com reports that Winfrey – whose last major role was in the 1998 drama "Beloved" – is expected to play Mama Nadi, a madam who runs a brothel in war-torn Congo and attempts to keep herself and her girls from getting caught between the rebel armies and the government.
Though 56-year-old Winfrey received an Oscar nomination for her role as Sofia in 1985's "The Color Purple," "Beloved" received a critical bashing.
The new year promises to be a busy one for Winfrey. Besides launching OWN: The Oprah Winfrey Network on January 1, she's also planning to star opposite Sandra Bullock and Meryl Streep in a comedy revolving around a home shopping channel.
T.I. may be currently incarcerated, but that hasn't stopped the rapper from penning a letter to his fans.
With the release of his seventh studio album, “No Mercy,” the Atlanta rapper and actor - who is currently serving an 11-month sentence for a probation violation stemming from a federal weapons conviction - was able to address his latest effort and his plethora of supporters on his website, TrapMuzik.com.
Calling “No Mercy” his “most honest and intimate installment,” the self-proclaimed King of the South thanked his fan base for “your prayers, your time and attention,” he wrote on his site.
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