It looks like former "Lost" star Ian Somerhalder was influenced by all that time on the island.
The animal-loving "Vampire Diaries" actor left Hollywood for Capitol Hill on Thursday to testify before Congress on behalf of Leatherback turtles.
The actor was snapped scooting through Washington D.C.'s Reagan National Airport in a suit, clutching paperwork.
After a July 13 interview set the Internet abuzz with news of three “Glee” actors’ leaving the show, series co-creator Ryan Murphy is setting the record straight.
“I said two things in an interview: I said, yes, they are graduating and they will not be back on the show for Season Four,” Murphy told Deadline. However, he added, that shouldn’t have been news to the actors.
Murphy said the original plan was to create a spin-off following Rachel (Lea Michele), Finn (Cory Monteith) and Kurt (Chris Colfer) to Juilliard in NYC.
Things got a little "Mean Girls" on Tuesday's "Lopez Tonight" when “Project Runway” guru Tim Gunn expressed his exasperation over Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s sartorial choices.
“Why must she dress that way?” Gunn asked when Lopez brought up Hill’s outfits. But then came the kicker - a dig about Clinton's dressing like a dude: “I think she's confused about her gender [with] all these big, baggy menswear tailored pantsuits.”
“No, I'm really serious,” he continued, “(They're) unflattering.”
"Shark Week" - a.k.a. the best seven days of the summer - has given us yet another reason to watch: First-ever Chief Shark Officer, Andy Samberg.
We caught up with the "SNL" star while he was on the set of his upcoming movie, "I Hate You Dad," to find out what it's like to swim with sharks and what he's got in the works with his digital-shorts cohort, Justin Timberlake. Doubles ice skating, anyone?
CNN: How does it feel to have the impressive title of Chief Shark Officer?
Andy Samberg: Well, it was a childhood dream, obviously. Even though I'm the first ever Chief Shark Officer, I assumed that someday they would invent that role and that when they did, I would be there and be completely qualified to be named it. It was one of those once in a lifetime things you get asked to do something that you never to be expected. FULL POST
The Internet is undeniably making the world smaller.
And while this is a great thing for friends trying to stay in touch years after moving away from each other, there’s a certain sect of people who must suffer while the rest of us thrive.
I’m talking, of course, about American celebrities who years ago starred in bizarre, unintentionally hilarious commercials in Japan (why Japan is the main purveyor of this advertising insanity, I have no idea), only to have the Internet unearth them for the whole planet to see.
Olivia Wilde isn’t getting any action - and it’s the Jonas Brothers’ fault.
The “Cowboys & Aliens” star, who recently moved in to the trio’s former Los Angeles pad, said it’s clear Kevin, Joe and Nick Jonas placed a “no sex hex” on the home.
“We blame the Jonas Brothers for the lack of action happening in our house,” Wilde told Jimmy Kimmel on Wednesday.
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