The women (sort of) tell all on 'The Bachelor'
March 6th, 2012
11:57 AM ET

The women (sort of) tell all on 'The Bachelor'

Chris Harrison welcomed us to last night's "Women Tell All" edition of "The Bachelor" by declaring the chase for Ben "one of the most controversial seasons" in the show's history. But when is a season not controversial in Chris' mind?

Our host also pledged that the show would look at "the most talked about woman in America," so I was expecting to watch 10 minutes or so on Snooki, Newt Gingrich's wife or the woman Rush Limbaugh dissed.

But first, we began with what's now become a tradition on these specials, the "Bachelor Pad" casting call, also known as catching up with former "Bachelor" and "Bachelorette" contestants.

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Elizabeth Berkley 'so excited' to become a mom
March 6th, 2012
11:17 AM ET

Elizabeth Berkley 'so excited' to become a mom

While her former "Saved By the Bell" co-star Mario Lopez is planning a trip down the aisle this year, Elizabeth Berkley is preparing for motherhood.

People magazine reports that the 39-year-old actress and her husband, Greg Lauren, are preparing to welcome their first child this summer.

"In life there are moments you cherish forever," Berkley tells People, "and this is one of them. Greg and I are so excited to be expecting our first child...We couldn't be more grateful and overjoyed."

Berkley married Lauren, a clothing designer and artist, in 2003.

Lauren told People at the time that babies were always part of the plan: "Maybe by then, my art will be all about babies," he joked. "I'll paint a lot of diapers!"


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'Ouija' movie moves toward 2013 release
March 6th, 2012
10:43 AM ET

'Ouija' movie moves toward 2013 release

A concept that was once considered dead weight has been revived over at Universal Pictures: The studio is back at work on a movie centered around the Ouija board game, reports Deadline.

The project reportedly had an original budget of more than $100 million, which is said to have been slashed down to $5 million. McG was attached to direct the high-budget version, but the lower-cost concept doesn't have a director yet. Michael Bay still serves as one of the producers, and Universal has tapped Jason Blum to produce the project as well.

Blum, of Blumhouse Productions, is also behind the successful "Paranormal Activity" movies, which easily recoup their tight budgets at the box office.

Plot details are light, but considering it's centered on the Ouija board, we can only guess that it would involve the supernatural.


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Kim Zolciak to release country song
March 6th, 2012
10:04 AM ET

Kim Zolciak to release country song

Say what you will about her vocal ability, but Kim Zolciak's still pumping out singles.

"The Real Housewives of Atlanta" star is making a foray into country music, and has unveiled via TooFab a snippet of her upcoming song, "Love Me First."

She tweeted over the weekend, "My new song is so emotional...The lyrics we wrote r abt my life & so true!!!"

Said lyrics include: "I'm running on empty/Can't let it defeat me/I'm standing here a stronger woman making changes in my life. Now I'm learning every day/there ain't no other way/before I love somebody else, gotta love me first."

Unlike her previous, more upbeat songs like "Tardy for the Party" and "Google Me," "Love Me First" is a slower track, which you can hear a snippet of below. The full song should be available in a couple of weeks.

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CI7buKCskuk&w=560&h=315]


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