According to Entertainment Weekly, Jason Lee will be joining the cast of new NBC comedy “Up All Night.”
Beginning in November, the “My Name is Earl” alum will have a recurring role as Kevin, a love interest for Maya Rudolph’s character, egomaniacal talk show host Ava.
In upcoming episodes, Ava has the hots for Kevin, described as “a sweet, single dad who is clean cut and attractive.”
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Kanye West’s highly anticipated fashion line has finally made its debut, and Fashionista.com reports that it was not exactly a smashing success.
The rapper showed his collection during Paris Fashion Week, and fashion critics began to post unimpressed remarks even as the first models were going down the runway.
A pack of celebrity pals and fashion heavyweights showed up for the Saturday night show, including Anna Wintour, Jared Leto, Lindsay Lohan, Ciara and Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, and the event was certainly “monumental,” as Ciara tweeted.
Actresses Tia and Tamera Mowry's hit Style Network reality show, "Tia & Tamera," has been renewed for a second season.
Best known for their '90s sitcom "Sister, Sister," (TGIF lineup, anyone?) the identical twins are now 33-years-old. Tamera, who was born two minutes before Tia, recently married Fox News correspondent Adam Housley. Tia was Tamera's very pregnant maid of honor, and "The Game" actress - who wed actor Cory Hardrict back in 2008 - gave birth to son Cree in June.
Tia and Tamera are still acting, and they also run their own production company, Twilight Productions (no affiliation with Edward Cullen and/or Bella Swan). CNN spoke to Tamera Mowry about acting, twin sisterhood, married life and the realities of having a reality show.
A new tell-all book by Martha Stewart’s daughter Alexis has been excerpted by U.K. paper the Daily Mail, People reports, and it sounds like it's a doozy.
"Martha does everything better! You can't win!" Alexis, 46, writes of mom Martha, 70, in “Whateverland: Learning to Live Here.”
The scathing tome comes as no surprise, considering Alexis has made a career of mocking her mother on the show “Whatever, Martha.”
They may not be in the "other" 99 percent, but wealthy stars are still lending support to the Wall Street protests.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, celebs like Mark Ruffalo, Yoko Ono and Russell Simmons are lending their support to the Occupy Wall Street movement.
The Occupy Wall Street demonstrations started in Manhattan on September 17 to protest corporate greed and corruption, especially in the finance industry.
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