While some cities are busy dealing with the aftermath of this redonkulous winter weather (really, is there a better word for the snow-that-won't-end?), this week’s round-up of celebrity magazines is filled with sunshine-y, “is it springtime yet?” colors – but perhaps it's to distract us from the more nefarious headlines.
“The Bachelor’s” supposedly reformed single guy-about-reality-TV, Brad Womack, has not one but two pink and yellow covers this week, both of which promise tales full of lies – really! – and secrets.
Meanwhile, Jennifer Lopez is sharing a few secrets of her own, while Sandra Bullock apparently didn’t get the memo that this was “smile-for-the-camera” week, so she still looks depressed. Better luck next cover, Sandy.
Until next week…
Despite losing more than half its viewers, not to mention a handful of advertisers, MTV’s “Skins” is staying put.
After its debut episode reeled in about 3.3 million viewers, the controversial series plummeted - only 1.6 million viewers tuned in the following week.
EW even conceived a list of possible reasons for the drop in ratings, citing the fact that its “premiere had a 7-million-plus lead-in from an original episode of 'Jersey Shore.'”
With a little physical violence and a lot of alcohol, it seems all is well in the “Jersey Shore” house once again.
But before things could get better, they had to get a heck of a lot worse…
After killing time on the boardwalk - taking shots, going on rides and, oh yeah, taking shots - Deena and Snooki’s friend Ryder returned home to wait for Snooks and JWoww.
As the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" gathered on Thursday night for their reunion, there was plenty of hissing and a few claws bared.
And although this reunion show didn't contain as many of the fireworks as I expected, what it did have was a great big helping of Camille Grammer.
She's truly the gift that keeps on giving. She attempted to blame everything - from her behavior to the reason why some fans have called her the most hated "housewife" in the franchise's history - on the fact that she is going through a divorce.
Remember when we talked about Ricky Gervais landing a cameo on "The Office"?
Well, that moment arrived last night as David Brent — Gervais' character in the original, U.K. edition of "The Office" — appeared alongside Steve Carell's Michael Scott.
In the episode, Brent is seen exiting an elevator and bumping into Scott. "Sorry, mate," he tells Scott, who then mimics Brent's English accent.
After fending off a female psychopath in the upcoming thriller "The Roommate," Minka Kelly's next role seems heaven sent: She's set to star as one of the sexy undercover crimefighters in ABC's "Charlie's Angels" reboot.
According to TVLine, the former "Friday Night Lights" star will play a neat-freak former Marine and weapons expert who is tentatively named Marisa. Besides Kelly, "Transformers" star Rachael Taylor is also close to sealing a deal to play Abby, who, like her corrupt Wall Street father, is a bit of a con artist herself.
Rounding out the cast are "General Hospital" star Annie Ilonzeh, who has already signed on as Kate, a former cop and the most serious of the Angels, and Robert Wagner as Charlie, the trio's heard-but-not-seen boss at the Charles Townsend Agency.
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