Someone close to Trump today confirms that he "plans to give an announcement date" for his decision on whether he’ll run for president at the end of the “Celebrity Apprentice” (which The Donald reminds us airs May 15th).
Personally, I think Trump loves the attention and making headlines, but I don’t think he’s running. What do you think? Is this all a publicity stunt or is he serious this time around? Post your thoughts below.
Some other big stories we’re fired up about on the show today…
ABC has announced that the network is “evolving” its daytime offerings by canceling “All My Children” and “One Life to Live” and making room for two new shows.
The two longtime staples of afternoon TV-viewing will conclude in September 2011, and January 2012, respectively. (What do you think about this? Let us know with an iReport.)
So what will you be watching instead? An hour-long show all about food called “The Chew.” It’ll be hosted by “Top Chef” fan favorite Carla Hall, “Iron Chef” Michael Symon, nutrition expert Daphne Oz, “What Not to Wear’s” Clinton Kelly and Mario Batali.
When it comes to maintaining her physique, Gwyneth Paltrow has never held back – she revealed that she "did green juices and salads for three days" when she had to get ready for “Iron Man 2” - and she’s just as candid in SELF magazine’s May issue.
"I've found what works for me. I know if I put in an hour and a half, five days a week, I'm good. If I'm on vacation and, like, "F- it, I'm not working out," I know what to do when I get back,” Paltrow explains.
Gwyneth's secrets to healthy eating and a rockin' body
Like getting in 45 minutes of cardio, five days a week, "because I like to eat,” the 38-year-old actress says. “I also try for 45 minutes of muscular structure work, which is toning, realigning and lengthening. If I’m prepping for something or I’ve been eating a lot of pie, I do two hours a day, six days a week for two weeks.”
After all of the problems he was having in Israel - the paparazzi wouldn't leave him alone; he was being "pulled into politics" - Justin Bieber was apparently feeling a little annoyed.
The 17-year-old star let the Twitterverse know on Tuesday that he needed some breathing room from the social networking site...which he relayed by tweeting, of course.
"Been super frustrated and just needed some time to vent and chill...[I] want to see this country and all the places [I've] dreamed of and whether its the paps or being pulled into politics its been frustrating...Gonna take a little break from twitter and enjoy this time with my family until then," he told his legion of followers.
The web-idea -to-TV-show trend continues with Kelsey Grammer’s latest offering: the former “Frasier” star is set to produce a series about the three women behind the website “ThatsNotOkayNY.com.”
According to TMZ, Grammer has launched a reality TV production company called G3 Productions, and one of his first projects will tell the story of this entrepreneurial trio of friends in NYC.
The three 20-something single women started the site last December after becoming frustrated with their lives, according to the Hollywood Reporter. Apparently, one was tired of being in law school, another had quit the TV production business, and the third was dealing with a breakup.
This new season of “Top Chef: Masters” may have stumbled out of the gate, but with last night’s episode it seemed to be finding its footing.
It also doesn’t hurt to have some celebrities along to boost the star power.
First things first, though. As the chefs enter the kitchen, we’re told that John Rivera Sedlar has had to withdraw from the competition because of an emergency. To fill the void, welcome back Hugh Acheson, who was eliminated last week.
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