There’s some backpedaling going on amongst the Bravermans.
They're second guessing themselves and each other, and it doesn't look like anything good will come of it.
Zeek was having second thoughts about how important it is for Drew to see his father. I can understand that because Seth is an idiot, even if he is sober - I can't imagine what he's like drunk.
Fantasia Barrino opted not to attend the Grammy awards on Sunday, but maybe she would've reconsidered if she'd been included in the Aretha Franklin tribute.
“I'm going to be very honest with you. You know I wasn't at the Grammys last night. I'm kind of going through my own little thing,” Barrino told “106 & Park” hosts Rocsi and Terrence on Monday, according to Billboard. “Last night they were honoring someone who is my idol, Aretha Franklin, and there is no way I could have sat there and not got the happy feet and wanting to jump on the mic because she is my favorite.”
The 26-year-old went on, “I felt like, you know, at the end of the day I should have been on that stage so, I kind of did my own little thing last night.”
The Bieber fever is undeniable.
That is one of the lessons I took away from Tuesday night’s episode of “Glee.” Sam put together the “Justin Bieber experience,” which pretty much consisted of pulling his bangs into his eyes and crooning some Bieber tunes.
As any tween will tell you, the power of the Bieb is all-encompassing, and pretty soon all of the girls were going crazy.
Season one of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" may be over, but plenty of questions still remain: What's going on with Kyle and Camille? And Kyle and Kim? And what's the deal with season two? Vulture turned to — who else? — Kyle Richards for the answers.
"Camille and I are actually in a good place," she says of Kelsey Grammer's ex-wife, who was a good friend before their season-long feud began.
"After the reunion [special], I thought there would be no turning back and we'd never be able to fix our relationship, but we're actually in a good place now. We were laughing about my face at the reunion and how angry I looked. And she was like, 'What about those looks I was throwing you?' So we can laugh about it now. I hope we can stay there, because it feels much better than things being very tense between us."
Lindsay Lohan on tomorrow night's "Late Show with David Letterman"? Nope - it's not happening.
Last week, Letterman devoted his entire Top Ten list to the troubled star, joking that "friends worry her shoplifting is getting in the way of her drinking" and that she "wants to be remembered as the girl who stole America's hearts and valuables."
So it seemed surprising when reports surfaced yesterday that Lohan had agreed to present the list via satellite on Letterman's February 17 show. Now, both Lohan and "Letterman" are setting the record straight.
While everyone else was trying to get the goods on Jessica Simpson's dress size, the 30-year-old star was steadily building a profitable fashion line of her own.
According to New York magazine, Simpson took in around $750 million in sales last year for her wide array of fashion merchandise, which includes shoes, dresses, denim and coats.
Add in a career separates line and a full ready-to-wear collection, which she plans to offer this year, and that total is expected to grow past the $1 billion mark. Last December, she was crowned "fashion's billion dollar baby" by industry publication Women's Wear Daily.
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