Emily Maynard opened up on her split from "Bachelor" Brad Womack on last night's episode of "The Bachelorette," telling host Chris Harrison that the breakup is her "worst nightmare."
"I thought if you just loved each other, it would work," Maynard lamented. "My hopes were so high, and I wanted it so bad. It didn't happen, and it's so heartbreaking."
The North Carolina native told Harrison that she hoped that she and her young daughter would move to Texas to be closer to Womack, but that there were too many "red flags" for that to happen. She also expressed frustration at the attention she received from the tabloids and the paparazzi after the show ended.
The Internet apparently tried to claim the life of another celebrity last night, as social media reports circulated that Playboy founder Hugh Hefner had died.
The 85-year-old cleared up the gossip on his Twitter account, writing, “The rumors of my death are, as Mark Twain observed in a similar situation, greatly exaggerated. I'm very much alive & kicking.”
And to prove how much alive, he added, “I'm lying in bed next to [my girlfriend] Shera with a big smile on my face, reading tweets about my unexpected demise.”
Love the idea or hate it, a new “Dallas” is definitely happening.
Talk of TNT’s pilot has been floating around since last fall, and now the network (which, like CNN, is owned by Time Warner) has announced that it’s been greenlit as a series, and that the network has ordered 10 episodes to air next summer.
As we told you before, the plot for the updated version tells the story of the Ewing descendants, John Ross Ewing, son of JR (played by Larry Hagman in the original series) and his ex-wife Sue Ellen (Linda Gray), and his cousin Christopher Ewing, the adopted son of Bobby (played by Patrick Duffy).
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