When “One Life to Live” ends its 43-year run on Friday, some of the series’ beloved characters will find a new home on “General Hospital.”
New York Daily News reports that actors Kassie DePaiva, Roger Howarth, Michael Easton and Kristen Alderson will resume their roles on the still-standing ABC soap opera.
“We have a very exciting story planned for the citizens of Port Charles, with Sonny Corinthos at the center of it," "General Hospital’s” executive producer Frank Valentini said in a statement to the New York Daily News. "I am confident viewers and fans alike will be exited by the arrival of John (Easton), Starr (Alderson), Blair (DePaiva) and Todd (Howarth). Incorporating characters from ‘One Life to Live’ will continue the legacy of the show as we weave them into ‘General Hospital.’” FULL POST
Kelly Osbourne might have taken Coco Chanel's fashion advice too literally when getting ready for the People's Choice Awards on Wednesday night.
The fashion designer, who famously suggested to take one accessory off before leaving the house, probably didn't have Osbourne's cast in mind.
"I know it's really superficial, but I took my cast off and left in the car," Kelly told CNN. I just couldn't bear to walk down a red carpet with it in the brace. It really hurts!”
There’s a long-running joke in the Kardashian family that Khloe - with her taller stature and lighter hair - might be the milkman’s baby.
The reality star even played into the rumor when she bought a paternity test on a 2009 episode of “Keeping up with the Kardashians.”
But, as far as the famous family is concerned, the joke is over. Radar Online reports that Robert Kardashian’s second and third wives told tabloids that the late Kardashian patriarch was unsure if Khloe was his child.
The answer to the implied question in the title of NBC's new series, "Are You There, Chelsea?," would be a yes.
Chelsea Handler's certainly there - it's just that she's distractingly styled as a brunette so she can portray her conservative sister, Sloane, and executive producing a series that thus far isn't trading in on her successful brand of humor.
"Are You There, Chelsea?" is based on Handler's popular books (with the title riffing off of "Are You There Vodka? It's Me, Chelsea"), and "That '70s Show's" Laura Prepon in the lead as a 20-something, unknown version of the now famous E! personality.
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