This week on “Cold Case: Emeril Lagasse,” the 12 remaining cheftestants took on booze and boars.
But the biggest hurdle was Heather The Steamroller, who has gleefully embraced the path of villainy like some sort of comfort-food-cooking Harvey Dent.
We began with the booze. For the Quickfire, chefs had to pair their dishes with tequila. But not just any tequila! Tequila Don Julio, “the original ultra-premium tequila.” Because mere regular-premium tequila just wouldn't be good enough.
He’s been hinting about it, but now it’s official: NBC announced Thursday that Howard Stern is joining “America’s Got Talent" as a judge.
The radio personality, 57, will give feedback on the hopeful future stars auditioning for the competition show. Former judge Piers Morgan bid farewell in November, and he's happy with his replacement.
"Congrats to @HowardStern on landing my #AmericasGotTalent judging gig – he'll be outrageous, hilarious, dangerous & brilliant," the "Piers Morgan Tonight" host tweeted Thursday. "Can't wait."
According to New York magazine's Vulture, execs behind the upcoming movie “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” may have reason to worry that women won't show up to see it.
The film is based on Stieg Larsson’s best-seller, and although it boasts a large female readership, some audience polling suggests that ladies aren’t expressing interest in seeing David Fincher's adaptation on the big screen.
Vulture cites polling that shows a large swath of women both over and under 25 who are aware of the movie, but only 36 percent on either side of that age have expressed "definite interest" in seeing it.
Diane Keaton dished about past beaus while discussing her memoir, “Then Again,” on "Ellen" Tuesday, and gave the low-down on the one that got away: Steve Jobs.
Keaton, 65, says she met Jobs in the late ‘70s, when the late computer genius was her NYC neighbor.
Steve wanted to meet the “Annie Hall” star, so she went over for a visit. But things went downhill fast.
Former “Playboy Club” star Amber Heard says in the December issue of Women’s Health that she never thought of attempting to hide her true self from the public, including potential employers in the entertainment industry.
“You can’t respect yourself if you’re afraid to be who you are,” says the “Rum Diary” actress, 25. “It requires bravery to do something no one else around you is doing. But the risk was outweighed by the possibility of playing into this horribly detrimental lie that some in Hollywood perpetuate.”
Heard, who stepped out with girlfriend Tasya van Ree at a recent GLAAD event, spoke to AfterEllen.com about her decision: "I think when I became aware of my role in the media, I had to ask myself an important question; 'Am I part of the problem?'"
The nominations for the 2012 Golden Globe Awards were announced Thursday, and critical darling "The Artist" continues to rack up honors. The film nabbed six nods, including one for best comedy or musical motion picture.
Meanwhile, "Ides of March" co-stars Ryan Gosling and George Clooney were also popular picks, with Gosling up for both a best actor in a motion picture comedy/musical award and best actor in a motion picture drama, and Clooney gunning for both best actor in a motion picture drama and best director of a motion picture honor.
Check out the list of nominees - who are you placing your bets on?
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