Venerated TV producer and host of "New Year's Rockin' Eve" Dick Clark has passed away, CNN has confirmed via his publicist. He was 82.
According to Clark's publicist, the icon passed away Wednesday morning following a massive heart attack. "Clark, 82, had entered St. John’s Hospital in Santa Monica last night for an outpatient procedure," a statement says. "Attempts to resuscitate were unsuccessful. He is survived by his wife Kari and his three children, RAC, Duane and Cindy."
In 2004, Clark suffered a stroke, causing him to step back from his duties as host of "New Year's Rockin' Eve," which he also produced.
Known as "America's teenager" because of his longtime hosting duties with the dance show "American Bandstand," Clark also hosted numerous other television favorites including "$25,000 Pyramid" and "TV's Bloopers and Practical Jokes."
Melissa Joan Hart’s party of four just got a plus one.
On Tuesday the actress announced she was expecting her third child, and her rep confirmed the news to CNN.
“(Early) Happy Birthday to me!" the married mother of two tweeted Tuesday, the day before her 36th birthday. "And baby makes 3!”
You can tell it's getting tougher and tougher on the coaches as we head toward "The Voice's" season finale.
Tuesday night's show came on the heels of Monday's elimination of two contestants, who were chosen by Christina Aguilera and Blake Shelton, with no input from America's vote.
It's pretty clear that Christina's choice to boot gospel singer Jesse Campbell - after an emotional performance of Beyonce's "Halo" - provoked some anger among "Voice" fans. I personally felt that he had the best chance of winning among the others on her team.
Miley Cyrus may want to stay out of the kitchen for awhile. On Monday, the actress cut her finger badly enough while cooking to require a trip to the emergency room.
Gossip site Starfeine ran a picture of Cyrus’ bandaged boo-boo as she left a Los Angeles hospital with her grandmother in tow.
The singer’s rep confirmed the injury, saying "[She] had to get a few stitches. She's doing fine."
If you're Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer, first comes the HBO show, then love, and then the baby: Paquin's rep tells CNN that the "True Blood" actress and her husband/co-star Moyer are expecting their first child together.
Paquin, 29, and Moyer, 42, wed in August 2010 in Malibu after meeting on the set of HBO's sexy supernatural series. They're expecting their bundle of joy in the fall.
According to Entertainment Weekly, Moyer has two other children – Billy, 12, and Lilac, 10 – from a previous relationship.
Both "True Blood" stars will be back for the show's fifth season when it launches June 10.
Tuesday's "New Girl" was all about the kids. CeCe thought she might be pregnant with a baby Schmidt, Jess babysat Russell’s daughter, and Nick learned something interesting/disturbing about the girl he was seeing - emphasis on the word "girl."
Some stuff happened to Winston, too, but his storyline was pointless and boring. Why can't Winston get any plot love, writers?
While babysitting the Fancyman's kid, Sarah, Jess tried to bond by having girl talk. Sarah then asked Jess a series of awkward questions: “Do you and my dad ever dry lump? Is sexting cool? Have you done a 99? How do you make love to a person animal style?”
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