With last night being the 15th episode in this "All-Stars" season, I think this is now the longest season of “Top Chef.” And if you thought this week would be the finale (which I did), guess again.
It did, however, contain what might have been the cruelest “Top Chef” twist to date, but let's start with the Quickfire.
The show brought back a selection of some of the most classic challenges, with the twist being that the chefs would assign one of these challenges to their competitors.
Bradley Cooper isn't suffering a love hangover following his recent split from Renée Zellweger. According to his pal Tom Arnold, the "Limitless" star is moving on quite nicely.
"He's doing great," Arnold tells Us Weekly of Cooper, who had been dating Zellweger since July 2009. "He's doing amazing."
Arnold befriended Cooper while filming the movie "Brother's Justice" several years ago, just before "The Hangover" turned the actor into a household name. "When we started, Bradley was the sixth guy on the call sheet," says the funnyman. "When we finished he was the biggest star in the world. But he's got his feet on the ground. He's a very sweet guy."
Meanwhile, Zellweger is getting by with a little help from her friends as well - she was spotted visiting pal Sandra Bullock in Manhattan over the weekend.
Prince William and Kate Middleton will officially say "I do" on April 29, but the royal wedding will live on happily ever after when the ceremony is released on iTunes later that day.
Decca Records has announced that the entire Westminster Abbey wedding service will be available for digital download just hours after the pair exchange vows, with an official album of the event set for release on May 10 in CD and vinyl form.
"The official album for the royal wedding will complement everyone’s personal memories of the event," said David Joseph, Chairman and CEO of Universal Music UK, which owns Decca. "Thanks to digital technology we will be able to deliver it worldwide almost instantly – it will be the fastest we have ever released an album of this stature.”
Chris Brown is apologizing for his outburst at the "Good Morning America" studios on Tuesday, when he stormed off the set following questions about his 2009 assault on ex-girlfriend Rihanna and stared down the producer responsible for the segment.
According to an ABC report, the hair and make-up staff called security when Brown retreated to his dressing room because of the loud noises coming from the space. It was later discovered that the thick glass of the dressing room window had been smashed.
"First of all, I want to apologize to anybody who was startled in the office, or anybody who was offended or really looked, and [was] disappointed at my actions," Brown said during a recent appearance on BET's "106 & Park." "Because I'm disappointed in the way I acted."
As substitute teacher Holly Holiday and New Directions coach Will Schuester, Gwyneth Paltrow and Matthew Morrison make beautiful music together on "Glee." Now the duo are teaming up for a duet on his upcoming album.
The "Country Strong" star, who performed at the CMAs, Oscars and Grammys, has dusted off her pipes once again to join Morrison on the classic "Somewhere Over the Rainbow," reports Entertainment Weekly. Despite being pals with Paltrow, Morrison admits he didn't feel comfortable asking the actress to appear on the record.
"The hardest part of doing this album was asking these people favors, like Elton [John] and her,” says Morrison, whose self-titled contemporary CD will be released May 10. "I'm so not that guy."
"Twilight" fans aren't the only ones swooning over Robert Pattinson. Even Uma Thurman, who appears with him in the upcoming period drama "Bel Ami," can't stop gushing about her co-star.
"He's extremely dashing, like an old-world movie star," Thurman told MTV. And while the actress certainly appreciates Pattinson's good looks, she also admires his talent.
"Robert Pattinson is, I think, going to be a really serious actor," Thurman says. "I think he's incredibly concrete in his presence on the set and obviously is very handsome. [He] is a very nice person and he's sensitive. He's present. ... He's a really good actor."
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