Television producer and writer Henry Bromell, who was part of the team that picked up an Emmy for Showtime's "Homeland", has died, CNN's confirmed.
According to the Los Angeles Times, Bromell passed away Monday at St. John's Health Center in Santa Monica, California, at the age of 65.
After a series of reshuffled dates, Morrissey has canceled the remainder of his North American tour for health reasons.
In recent weeks, Morrissey has been plagued with a bleeding ulcer, Barrett's esophagus and double pneumonia, a statement from the musician's rep said.
As a result, those anticipating to see the artist perform his upcoming March shows in Lawrence, Kansas; Lincoln, Nebraska; Minneapolis, Minnesota; Chicago, Illinois; Clear Lake, Iowa; Nashville, Tennessee; and Atlanta, Georgia will have to wait until his next tour.
Kelly Osbourne landed in the hospital on Thursday after fainting on the set of E!'s "Fashion Police," a rep for the TV personality told CNN.
After the incident, Osbourne "was taken to a local hospital for further testing and is awake, alert and in stable condition," the rep said Thursday night.
"Dancing with the Stars" took a bit of a stumble last fall with its "All-Stars" season. Ratings for the November finale fell 27 percent from the fall 2011 season closer, and ABC even admitted that the gimmick may have driven viewers away.
For its 16th season, the show is going back to its roots. Eleven new contestants, whose names were revealed Tuesday on "Good Morning America," will take to the dance floor when the new round of "DWTS" premieres March 18.
So who will be hoofing it up next month?
Bryan Adams and Alicia Grimaldi are now the proud parents of two.
The “Summer of '69” singer and Grimaldi, a trustee and co-founder of The Bryan Adams Foundation, welcomed their second baby girl in London this week, Adams rep confirms to CNN.
Steve Martin is now a "Father" of a little someone in real life.
The 67-year-old actor and his wife, Anne Stringfield, are new parents, CNN's confirmed.
According to the New York Post's Page Six, Stringfield, 41, and Martin welcomed their new addition in December. The famously private Martin and Stringfield were reportedly seen out with the baby near their L.A. home.
An anonymous source whispered to Page Six that it's unclear how Martin and his wife were able to keep their child's arrival a secret. “They are thrilled," the source said. "They worked hard to have the baby.”
The couple wed in a surprise ceremony in 2007.
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