With all she has done in her career, there's still one thing Marie Osmond has not done that she can now check off of her list: appear on a soap.
Osmond told "Entertainment Tonight" on the red carpet at the 38th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards that she has agreed to take a role on the CBS daytime drama.
Standing with one of the soaps stars and an Osmond family friend, Adam Gregory who plays "Thomas Forrester," Osmond joked about becoming a daytime actress. FULL POST
She sizzles on the small screen as ravishing redhead Joan Harris, but Christina Hendricks claims her "Mad Men" character was never meant to be sexy.
"When we did the pilot, that was not something that we discussed as a trait for Joan," she tells Parade magazine. "This is something that's developed as a combination of the costuming on the show, the hair and makeup, my portrayal of the role, and Matt's writing. It all kind of came together and that became much more of a focus later. It was just something the audience brought attention to."
Meanwhile, Hendricks may be lending her famous curves to the costume of a very different character: Wonder Woman. According to Vulture, Danish director Nicolas Winding Refn is hoping to helm a big-screen action film about the Amazing Amazon and wants Hendricks to play the heroine. "If I ever get to do it, she's going to be it," he says.
Native son Justin Bieber joined Lady Gaga as the big winner at Sunday night's MuchMusic Video Awards held in Toronto, Canada.
The Independent reports that both Bieber and Gaga took home two awards each.
Teen pop sensation Bieber won the Favorite Artist award for his "Somebody to Love" video, which features his mentor Usher. That video also shared an award for Best International Canadian Video award with rapper and fellow Canadian Drake's "Find Your Love" video. FULL POST
With all of the trash talking, fights and cuss outs, Vh1's "Mob Wives" has turned out to be pretty entertaining for its fans.
But not everybody loves it.
Cast mate Renee Graziano says her father, alleged mobster Anthony Graziano, is not a fan. FULL POST
On Sept. 20, 1975, I sat 10 feet from Clarence Clemons for four hours, as Bruce Springsteen and E Street Band rocked Darby Gym on the campus of Grinnell College, a small college located in an Iowa town of the same name.
The band had been booked a year earlier for what now seems a ridiculously low amount of money, the performance coming roughly a month before Springsteen simultaneously graced the covers of TIME and Newsweek magazines.
Dormitory presidents, such as myself, were warned to make sure that room doors and windows were locked, as virtually the entire student body (numbering some 1,200) was expected to be inside the aging brick gymnasium and there were concerns about outsiders flocking to the campus in hopes of getting inside (those hoards never materialized). FULL POST
According to a report from The Hollywood Reporter, "The Hangover Part II" reached $488.7 million in worldwide box office receipts making it the most successful R-rated comedy of all time.
The sequel surpassed the $467.5 million earned worldwide by the original film. FULL POST
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