When the Eva Longoria-produced television show Devious Maids was first announced, we wrote skeptically about whether it had a chance at being anywhere in the realm of "good." Surprisingly, Sunday night's premiere was okay, especially given that it looked like it was going to be a racist pile of garbage.
Nicollette Sheridan's wrongful termination lawsuit against ABC ended in a mistrial, with jurors deadlocked at 8-4 (Sheridan needed 9 votes to win). Last week a judge threw out her battery suit against Desperate Housewives creator Marc Cherry due to a lack of evidence. In case you need to catch up, here's Indiewire:
English tabloid editors have tipped their bowler hats at their US counterparts by printing some of the best erotic fan fiction we've seen for some time – a breathless blow-by-blow account of Prince Harry's plan to woo Katy Perry by pushing to have her play at the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. "Harry has a double reason for…
- A new photo of Sandra Bullock has "surfaced," and in it, she is not wearing a wedding ring.
- Lindsay Lohan had a deposition scheduled today for her lawsuit over allegedly hijacking an SUV with three men and a bag of cocaine inside. Linds showed up an hour and a half late, then left without exiting her car.
- When Us asked Lindsay Lohan to comment on her father's engagement to former tabloid reporter Kate Major she said, "I'm gonna vomit! I so didn't need that info ... Yuck!" And Lindsay hadn't even heard the worst of it:
- First Susan Sarandon and Tim Robbins, now this: Jim Carrey and Jenny McCarthy have broken up. Jim confirmed the news on Twitter, writing:
- Nicolette Sheridan is suing her former employer, Desperate Housewives creator Marc Cherry, claiming he physically abused her on the set.