What could be more rock 'n’ roll than tiny dog T-shirts? Well, a lot of things, probably, but don’t tell Bret Michaels. The Poison frontman is making pet clothes for PetSmart, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
"As a dedicated pet owner myself, this is a natural partnership for me, and I can't wait to unveil the collection,” said Michaels, 48, who won “Celebrity Apprentice 3” last year. “I know my own pets rock, and I wanted to design a line of pet products every bit as fun and cool as they are."
The line will include dog beds, pet clothing, bowls, collars and leashes. (We’re assuming bandanas and tiny cowboy hats can't be far behind.)
NBC, which has struggled in recent years to find consistent hits in primetime, is placing its bets on the musical genre for the 2011-12 season.
The network released a primetime schedule Sunday that's heavy on music-based series, both scripted and unscripted.
"The Sing-Off," the a capella competition which had success in limited runs the past two Decembers, will air weekly on Monday nights this fall. The network's hit show "The Voice" will take over the "Sing-Off" slot during the midseason.
President Barack Obama can't seem to get away from being connected to Donald Trump lately.
First came Trump's comments regarding the birther issue, which were followed by President Obama poking fun at Trump during the White House Correspondents Dinner.
Then on Sunday night, the president's speech announcing the death of Osama Bin Laden interrupted the airing of Trump's reality show, "The Celebrity Apprentice," on the East Coast.
With a new season of "Celebrity Apprentice" set to launch this Sunday, what are the chances that Charlie Sheen might end up on a future edition of the show?
"I got to know Charlie because he was at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida, which is a club I own," Donald Trump told reporters on Tuesday.
According to Trump, he told Brooke Mueller's parents (and members of Mar-a-Lago) that he didn't see their daughter's relationship with Sheen working out, "so I was right about that," the mogul said.
From Linda Lovelace to "Celebrity Apprentice"? It's a career trajectory Lindsay Lohan just might make.
According to the New York Post, Donald Trump’s team has been ringing up Lindsay Lohan to get her on the next season of “Celebrity Apprentice."
“Donald is a friend of the family, and producers of 'Celebrity Apprentice' have approached Lindsay to appear in the next season,” LiLo's mom Dina said. “She's deciding if she wants to do it or not, but she currently has three films in production, so she's very busy.”
NBC wouldn’t comment since it’s too early to talk about casting; filming for the show wouldn’t begin until later this year.
Spoiler alert: Today’s blog entry reveals the winner of this season’s “Celebrity Apprentice.”
This is the first “Celebrity Apprentice” finale that made me cry, laugh and scream. No, I am not usually a spaz.
The show began with Donald Trump ending all questions about Bret Michaels. He announced Michaels would appear live in the boardroom, and even though we waited an hour and a half, it was worth it.
Trump introduced Holly Robinson Peete first, and she entered wearing a sparkly, silver, cleavage-showing, halter dress. Women, never wear that in a boardroom.
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