Ready to feel old? The '80s classic "Dirty Dancing" celebrates its 25th anniversary Tuesday and star Jennifer Grey has been dancing her way across the country to help fans celebrate.
Grey partnered with Skinny Cow Ice Cream & Candy to host a series of "Dirty Dancing" screenings. During the tour’s stop in Atlanta, she visited CNN to talk about the movie and her late co-star Patrick Swayze.
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.
Edie Falco is perhaps best known for portraying feisty mob wife Carmela Soprano on HBO's "The Sopranos," but the 48-year-old star is currently treating ‘em and streeting ‘em as New York E.R. nurse Jackie Peyton on Showtime's “Nurse Jackie.”
While she always acts in the best interest of her patients, Falco’s character has a dirty little secret: a crippling addiction to prescription drugs. The issue was tackled head-on this season when Jackie was finally sent to rehab.
[This post contains spoilers for the June 10 season finale of AMC's "Mad Men."]
As the credits rolled on the fifth season of AMC's “Mad Men” on Sunday, we were left wondering whether Don would remain faithful to his wife or succumb to the charms of a pair of comely young barflies.
Before we get to all that, however, let's talk about how we left everyone.
[The following post contains spoilers for the June 3 episode of AMC's "Mad Men."]
How did you commemorate Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee? Matthew Weiner & Co. celebrated by offering up the lone British character as a sacrifice to Her Majesty. I dare you to try and top that.
Sally had a big night too, but right now it's time to pour one out for Mr. Pryce.
Farewell, Lane; you'll always occupy prime real estate in our hearts for that one time you kicked Pete Campbell's a**.
Singer Olivia Newton-John has been around the world and back again several times over, but her favorite destination will always be her adoptive home country of Australia.
Newton-John recently sat down with CNN and fielded questions from our iReporters, one of whom asked about her favorite place to visit.
“I would choose Australia because that is my heart, home and where I love to spend time – it's my peaceful place,” she said, adding that her Olivia Newton-John Cancer and Wellness Centre, scheduled to open later this year in Melbourne, is especially important to her.
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