The stars and executive producer of Fox’s forensic series Bones are suing the company for alleged shady accounting practices, claiming they’ve been cut out of millions in profits.
Gwynnie says she's recently discovered that her great-great-great-grandfather was a "miracle worker" and "Kabbalah master," who also saved his shtetl from a fire. Then he guest-starred on Glee and released a cookbook. [Contact Music]
The Genesis Awards "pays tribute to the major news and entertainment media for producing outstanding works that raise public awareness of animal issues." Which explains the adorable dog on the red carpet — as well as all the animal prints. Sorta.Look, the event may explain the...mule?...on Leona Lewis's dress.…
Last night's grand (boring) event gave us all three fashion possibilities — in spades. Brace yourselves, and let's dissect.
Gleeks and Bones-heads, listen up: all your favorite show choir champs and forensics experts were on hand for Fox's 2010 summer Television Critics Association all-star party at the Santa Monica Pier's Pacific Park. And, not incidentally, looking almost uniformly awesome:
The Genesis Awards, a Humane Society-sponsored event which celebrates those in media and entertainment who draw attention to issues surrounding animal rights, took place last night in Los Angeles, and the stars came out to show their support:
- Jennifer Aniston is concerned that her romance with Gerard Butler will come to an end, now that the movie the two were shooting together, The Bounty, has stopped filming. Surely this means more "Lonely Jen" stories for us all. [PageSix]
- The L.A. County Coroner has ruled that Michael Jackson's death was a homicide caused by a mixture of the anesthetic propofol and the anti-anxiety drug lorazepam, but MJ had many other drugs running through his system when he died.
- Grace Rwaramba, the former nanny who took care of Michael Jackson's children, says she often pumped the King of Pop's stomach:
The Fox Winter All-Star Party, held at L.A.'s "My House," brought out a range of Fox-es, from an Abdul to an Osbourne to a Deschanel. In other words: the clothes were all over the place.
The Critics Choice Awards were last night, and where there's an awards show, there's our take on who wore the good, the bad, & the ugly. Frankly, we think that anyone who would show and fail to support the striking writers is pretty ugly in our book. But of the dark-hearted folks who did show — well, it was all a…
The Teen Choice Awards: Ah, how we love that bastion of the little man's (or, er, of the little tween) freedom of expression. The stars pretend they care about their young fans. The young fans cry at the sight of the stars. It's an equal opportunity masturbatory red carpet heydey. The fashion however? Oy. Best…