Steven Seagal has once again been hired to serve and protect, except it doesn't sound like there will be any reality show cameras following him around this time.
The "Above the Law" actor was sworn in this week as a deputy with the sheriff's office in Hudspeth County, Texas. The 59-year-old, who's no stranger to law enforcement and is also trained in Aikido, will help control the U.S.-Mexico border, according to the San Antonio Express.
The paper reports that Seagal reached out to the Hudspeth County Sheriff's Office himself about two months ago, seeking employment. Says Sheriff Arvin West, "Seagal is not in this for celebrity or publicity. He's like the rest of us that live down here; he has a sincere passion for his country and he wants to do more to help."
Finally, we get to where we want to be on the "X Factor"!
Thursday kicked off the mentoring stage, and the remaining 32 contestants met the judges who will advise them over the next week. As you may recall, the 32 musicians were separated into four groups of eight. Each group was assigned a judge as a mentor and then subsequently got to travel to that judge's home.
Here's how the rest went down:
The new "Footloose" opens today, and young and nostalgic audiences will certainly flock to the film, tap their feet along to the soundtrack and watch today's version of Ren, Willard, and Ariel.
Still, it’s hard to accept this story of rebellious youth without associating it with Mr. Six Degrees himself, Kevin Bacon.
(Fans of the original Ren McCormack will have to settle for a voice appearance on a new episode of Robot Chicken. He’ll be teaching the Peanuts how to cut loose in stop motion on October 23, check your local listings.)
All eyes were on OWN this week as CEO Oprah Winfrey re-launched her network with Rosie O’Donnell’s new show, as well as her series, "Lifeclass."
We caught up with Lisa Ling, who hosts "Our America" on the cable channel, to dish about her upcoming second season, Winfrey, Twitter and, well, porn.
Ling’s one-hour weekly documentary style show tackles some of the most talked about issues in our country. This season she delves into polygamy, sex trafficking, extreme parenting styles and the world of amateur online porn, where we see Lisa visiting couples who post their sexy pictures and videos online for all to see.
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