Ricky Gervais has done it. The Osbournes have done it. And on Tuesday night, Jerry Springer and Florence "Mrs. Brady" Henderson will take on the challenge as well.
“Everyone is so nervous to come on the show, because they feel like they’re exposing their lives, and what the heck are we gonna do with it?" said Brad Sherwood, one of the cast members of ABC's new improv show "Trust Us With Your Life."
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The Alabama Shakes are from a small town, and singer Brittany Howard wants to make sure you know it.
"Athens, Alabama. I decided it's the best place on earth," she said. "I've been around the world and Athens is the best."
Here's a round-up of the latest confirmed reports from the CNN Entertainment Unit:
Gov. John Hickenlooper announced Tuesday that contributions to GivingFirst.org, which is accepting donations for victims and relatives of Friday's mass shooting in Aurora, Colorado, had reached nearly $2 million.
"The needs will be great and we look forward to seeing the fund grow exponentially," he said in a news release. "This money will help those impacted by this tragedy begin to recover and rebuild their lives."
Shooting survivors recount Colorado movie theater horror
Hickenlooper said donors include Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures, co-producers of "The Dark Knight Rises," which was playing in the movie theater when the shooting began.
Supermodel Christie Brinkley made waves in the late 1970s and early 1980s as the cover girl for the annual Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue. These days, she’s more at home on the Broadway stage, where she just finished up a stint as Roxie Hart in the musical "Chicago."
In a recent interview with CNN, Brinkley talked about how she got her start, and what set her apart from other models.
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