This week’s “Top Chef” was the last episode before we move on to the finals rounds, so it’s arguably the most intense point of the competition.
Somehow, that gave us one of the most cordial episodes of the season. (If you don’t want to know what happened, stop reading now.)
Before the Quickfire, we see the chefs hanging out in their loft, with Richard asking Antonia to predict what’s going to happen. Antonia: “Is Padma coming in here?” Cue Padma’s entrance and the ensuing contestant freak out.
Mariah Carey is the latest celebrity to respond to reports that she accepted payment to perform for Libyan leader Muammar Gadhafi.
In a statement, Carey said she was “naïve and unaware of who I was booked to perform for. I feel horrible and embarrassed to have participated in this mess."
The singer's statement comes on the heels of similar announcements from fellow stars Beyoncé and Nelly Furtado, who have also come under fire for accepting money to perform for Gadhafi and his family.
It will suck for the contestants, but rock for David Cook.
The Season 7 winner of "American Idol" has had one of his songs chosen as the exit theme for this year's departing contestants, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Cook's version of the Simple Mind's song "Don't You (Forget About Me)" will be played as the Season 10 contestants depart after elimination. The track was a 1985 hit for the group and made popular by the film "The Breakfast Club."
Past "Idol" exit songs used have included Daughtry's "Home," Carrie Underwood's "Home, Sweet Home," and Will Young's "Leave Right Now."
In an interview with TV's "Extra," Lindsay Lohan reveals that she's anxious to get her career back on track and doesn't want to be known for her off-screen escapades.
"I miss being on set. I really do miss it," she said. "I know there's going to be a lot of steps that I have to go through to prove myself again and get the trust from people I respect...but I'm willing to do what I have to do to get there because that's my passion."
Lohan, who recently made a cameo in a Jimmy Kimmel skit, is expected to star in the upcoming drama "Escaping the Game,"and says she's eager to tell more great stories on screen.
Alcon Entertainment is looking to acquire the rights to produce prequels and sequels to the 1982 cult classic "Blade Runner," according to the Hollywood Reporter.
The trade paper reports that the company is in final negotiations to potentially create a franchise around the movie, which was based on Philip K. Dick's "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep."
It was director Ridley Scott's follow-up to the box office smash "Alien," but it was considered a box office bomb at the time, only grossing $27.6 million, according to Boxofficemojo.com.
She may have been named Glamour magazine's No. 1 Most Glam celebrity, but Kate Winslet is hardly obsessed with her appearance.
"I love it when a character requires me to look less than my red-carpet best," Winslet says in the April issue. "It’s more fun playing a character that requires you to look like dog s—."
Read the full interview with Kate Winslet
Winslet gets to do just that in HBO's "Mildred Pierce," a period drama in which she plays a frumpy divorcée. "I’ve never understood the notion that actors and actresses should look great on-screen just because they’re on-screen. That doesn’t make sense to me," she says.
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