Former “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Sheree Whitfield wants viewers to know she wasn’t fired from the hit reality show, thank you very much.
During her first interview since she left the hit Bravo series, she told Essence.com that she doesn’t “need to explain” herself because she knows “what happened.”
“I don’t have a response to that,” the single mother of two said to suggestions she didn’t leave the show but was actually kicked off for ratings.
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In a ranking of the 100 stars who've amassed major amounts of both fame and wealth, Jennifer Lopez has landed in the top spot.
Thanks to the $52 million Lopez earned over the past year and her ubiquitous media presence, the now single mom of two is the No. 1 celebrity in Hollywood, according to Forbes.
The "Idol" judge even bested Oprah Winfrey, who came in at No. 2 on the list, and Lady Gaga, who slipped from being No. 1 last year to No. 5 on the 2012 ranking.
Six years of marriage has not diminished the love Tom Cruise feels for his famous wife.
In Playboy's June issue, the “Mission: Impossible” star says he loves Katie Holmes as much now as he did when they got hitched in 2006 - even though naysayers were placing bets on how long their union would last.
"She is an extraordinary person, and if you spent five minutes with her, you'd see it,” said the 49-year-old actor, who stars in the upcoming film “Rock of Ages.”
If you're a fan of "The Big Bang Theory" and "Two and a Half Men," CBS has made your day with their new fall schedule - the two comedies will be paired back-to-back on Thursday nights next season.
The network rolled out its schedule Wednesday, revealing a few shuffles for its current programming as well as details on its new shows.
As expected, one of the three dramas CBS tapped is a modern day spin on Sherlock Holmes called "Elementary," which sees Holmes bouncing back from rehab in New York while consulting for the NYPD along with Lucy Liu as Watson - Dr. Joan Watson, that is.
The show that made Mitchell Guist famous plans to honor him.
In the wake of the "Swamp People" star's death earlier this week, the History Channel reality series will pay its respects to the show's late cast member on Thursday.
A publicist for the History Channel told CNN the show will “have an on-air tribute to Mitchell in this Thursday’s episode.”
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