After announcing in December that she was leaving "The Biggest Loser" to focus on becoming a mom, Jillian Michaels is already getting right back to work with two new TV gigs.
Besides becoming a co-host on the talk show "The Doctors," she'll also become a special correspondent on "Dr. Phil," reports Deadline.
“I could not be more excited about joining such an amazing show! My greatest passion is helping people live their healthiest, happiest lives by empowering them with information and support,” says the tough personal trainer in a statement.
The season finale of "Glee" will get a small assist from "American Idol."
Matthew Morrison, who portrays glee club adviser Will Schuester on "Glee," will sing a song from his new album, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
Morrison, who is releasing his self-titled debut on Tuesday, will sing “Still Got Tonight” – a song co-written by "Idol" season 8 winner Kris Allen. Morrison told THR that after he asked "Glee" co-creator Ryan Murphy if he could sing the original tune, Murphy made some changes to the script.
Former “American Idol” judge Simon Cowell has made it official! He and Paula Abdul are reuniting. Simon just hired his fellow ex-“Idol” judge for his Fox show, “X Factor.”
The show, no doubt, would have been poised for success without her, but hiring Paula really steps it up. And I think it’s great for her. I know Paula really wanted to make it on her own (her CBS show “Live To Dance” tanked), but America loves her in this role and the chemistry with Simon, strange as it can be, is lightning in a bottle.
So what do you think? Are you glad Simon and Paula are back together? Post below.
Editor's Note: Piers Morgan talks with Chaz Bono about his transformation and what it was like growing up with superstar parents on “Piers Morgan Tonight” at 9 ET Thursday night on CNN.
Last year, Chaz Bono was legally granted a name and gender change, and now the 42-year-old is opening up on what he calls the "slow process" toward living his true identity and revealing it to the world.
Knowing that as the child of Cher and the late Sonny Bono he didn’t exactly have a ton of privacy, Chaz opted to be upfront about his transition from female to male, he told Oprah Winfrey on her show Monday. He chronicles his change in the book “Transition: The Story of How I Became a Man” and in a documentary set to premiere on OWN Tuesday night.
“When I was really little it was clear to me that I felt like a boy. In puberty, I felt like my body was betraying me,” Chaz told Winfrey. “I went from a straight up-and-down little kid to a very curvaceous woman.”
Happy days are here again for Scott Baio. The artist formerly known as Chachi is set to return to TV in Nick at Nite's first original sitcom, reports Deadline.
"Daddy's Home" will feature Baio as actor David Hobbs, who, after 10 years of playing a beloved TV dad, makes good on a deal with his wife to give up his career and raise their three young children so she can resume her soap opera career.
"I've been wanting to do a kids show," Baio tweeted on Friday.
Bristol Palin is heading back to television.
The BIO Channel announced today that they will air 10 half-hour episodes of a currently untitled Bristol Palin/Massey brothers docu-series. The new program will center around the young Palin and her son Tripp's move to Los Angeles, where they will live with actor Kyle Massey and his brother Christopher.
It seems that Palin, Kyle – who formerly starred on the hit Disney Channel show "That's So Raven" and was Palin's fellow contestant on "Dancing with the Stars" – and Christopher have become besties. FULL POST
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