Three months after leaving "Today," Meredith Vieira has a new gig on NBC.
The journalist has been named special correspondent for upcoming newsmagazine “Rock Center with Brian Williams,” NBC News announced Tuesday.
“From the day that Meredith joined us at NBC News, we knew she was family,” said NBC News President Steve Capus in a statement.
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In an exclusive interview for "Entertainment Tonight," Nancy O'Dell sat down with “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Taylor Armstrong at her Bel Air home to discuss the brutal photos currently being circulated by the show.
Taylor, 40, tells "ET" that her black eye was caused by her late husband, Russell Armstrong, according to the show's website. Armstrong committed suicide last month.
"ET" cites a unnamed source close to Taylor who says that the reality star underwent Lasik eye surgery on July 5. The source claims that days later, Russell hit her in the face so hard that her corneal flap was dislocated.
It looks like Joe Jonas is growing up.
The middle Jonas Brother has a sexy new video for “Just in Love,” and his famous purity ring is nowhere to be seen as he takes a bath and rolls around in bed with French model Angele.
“I think people are going to be very shocked,” Joe, 22, told MTV of the video, which shows the two getting generally frisky on the streets of Paris.
What a difference six months makes.
When we last saw the Braverman clan, Adam had just lost his job and found out he and Kristina would be gaining another child. Amber was reeling over not getting into Berkeley, the only school she applied to. Crosby bought a house, hoping to get back together with Jasmine after doing everything he possibly could to mess up that relationship; Julia and Joel decided to try to adopt; and Sarah was making some progress getting a play written and produced.
At the beginning of "Parenthood's" third season, it's another crazy morning for the Bravermans. Kristina is obviously pregnant and apparently no longer a stay-at-home mom. She's the one dressed in office-wear, while Adam is in his robe making breakfast for the kids. Adam needs a job. Or a therapist.
On what would have been the 28th birthday of Amy Winehouse, her duet with Tony Bennett is being released to commemorate the late singer.
Proceeds from the track, titled "Body and Soul," will go to support the Amy Winehouse Foundation. In the clip below, Amy's father Mitch describes the foundation to CNN, saying "the mission statement is very much to help children who are suffering from economic disadvantage, who are ill, who are suffering with drug abuse; children and young adults who need help desperately."
Bennett and Winehouse recorded the single in March, just months before she died in late July. "Our singing, it just blended perfectly. It couldn't have been better," Winehouse says of their collaboration in a video posted on the foundation's site.
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