Earlier this week on Live with Regis and Kelly, guest host Anderson Cooper offered his unedited opinions about the “train wreck” also known as Living Lohan. (You can view that hilarious segment here.)
In addition to calling the Lohan clan “horrific people,” he said that Ali Lohan was “allegedly a 14-year-old girl” who “looks to be about 60.” (For the record, I completely agree with that remark.)
And as Cooper had predicted, it didn’t take long before Dina Lohan offered her response to the journalist’s comments. (After all, that’s how she makes her money. She picks up the phone and makes sure statements are retracted.) Later that day, the mama bear told OK! that the “cruel” anchor would get it in the end. “This is bad karma for him.”
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On today’s episode of Live with Regis and Kelly, guest host Anderson Cooper diverted from his usual discussions about hard news to talk about….reality television.
In addition to making fun of Project Runway‘s leather queen (Stella), the CNN anchor used his journalistic skills to brilliantly shred Living Lohan.
C’mon Gelman. Can’t you see how much better your show would be without Regis?
Entourage fans, the long wait is almost over. Although we’ve grown accustomed to seeing our Boys of Summer sometime in June, last year’s writers strike forced us to endure more reality fare than anyone should be subjected to.
Those of you - like me - who’ve been waiting to renew your HBO subscription, here’s a teaser you’ve missing.
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Earlier this month, we showed you Gossip Girl‘s second set of racy ads. Now we’re finally getting a sneak peek at what Season 2 has in store for us.
And just in case the clip confuses you (like it did me), Entertainment Weekly says the part with Nate and Serena is NOT a fantasy sequence. Interesting…
Gossip Girl returns to CW on Monday, September 1.
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Although CBS likes to isolate the Big Brother competitors from the real world, the network can’t keep them from experiencing a natural disaster.
In this clip, you can see how the houseguests reacted during yesterday’s California earthquake. After watching the video, try to correctly guess how many times the phrase ‘Omigawd’ was used. Also, do your best to figure out why removal of clothing was deemed necessary.
Have I gotten so old that kids are already doing horrible remakes of things from my youth?
When I first heard the Jonas Brothers massacre ‘Kids in America,’ I just wanted to cry. Now I’m directing my evil eye toward JCPenney.
I’m sorry - but no one should ever be allowed to tamper with The Breakfast Club...or anything to related to John Hughes. Ever.
Although no tears were shed on today’s episode of The View, the co-hosts once again managed to get people talking.
After her performance of the hit song ‘I Kissed A Girl’, singer Katy Perry got a nice surprise from Whoopi Goldberg.
While most may may know Randy Pausch for his extremely popular YouTube lecture, the Carnegie Mellon professor was a household name to many television viewers as well. Since delivering his September 2007 speech (‘Achieving Your Childhood Dreams’), Pausch, who had been diagnosed with terminal pancreatic cancer, had also shared his uplifting messages on Oprah and an ABC special.
Today, the father of three died at his Virginia home. He was 47.
Those who haven’t haven’t already heard his ‘Last Lecture’ (or read his book), can listen to hilarious tales below:
Interestingly enough, Pausch, who expressed his love of Star Trek, was given a speaking cameo in J.J. Abrams’ upcoming movie. (The film will be released on May 8, 2009.) Until then, Randy will also be the focus of another ABC special airing next Tuesday @ 10:00.
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In this trailer for the upcoming season of The Hills, we finally get to see all of the drama we already read about in Us Weekly months ago.
Will Lauren finally have a functional relationship? Is Spencer going to keep that pathetic attempt at facial hair around? Will Audrina really become friends with “super bitchy” Lo?
Find out when The Hills returns on August 18.
Regardless of whether you agree with the topic at hand, it’s always a great day on The View when a co-host ends up crying. It’s even better day when Elisabeth Hasselbeck is the one doing it.
On today’s show, things became quite tense between Elisabeth and Whoopi Goldberg during a discussion about the “N” word:
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