It’s 1985. You’re a walnut brand looking to imbue your grocery-store products with an aura of impossible glamour. What do you do? Obviously, you hire All My Children mainstay and living legend Susan Lucci to host a “World’s Richest Recipe” contest.
Jodie Gaines was 18 years old and on her way to a fish fry when she saw the blue lights of a cop car flash in her rearview. As detailed in an episode of House of Horrors: Kidnapped—one of a grip of ominously titled programs on the channel Investigation Discovery, the 24-7, true crime network—she was an outgoing high…
Neither Beyoncé or Solange showed up at Matthew Knowles' wedding to their new Stepmomcé Gena Avery in Houston, Texas. " "Unfortunately, Beyonce and Solange had previous engagements which made it impossible for them to attend," said the newly-wedded Knowles. There should be a reality show in which family therapists…
The Gods of Daytime Syndication must have been laughing yesterday when a pre-taped segment on the Nate Berkus Show giving makeovers to the All My Children-obsessed aired just hours after news of the show's cancellation broke.
J.Lo, Joan Collins and Lucci, oh my! Not to mention Gladys Knight, Halle and Paris. Unless you have a very high tolerance for glitz, glam and cleavage, avert your eyes from the 32nd Anniversary Carousel Of Hope Gala!
- Jessica Simpson is reportedly in negotiations to judge American Idol and has met with the producers several times. Since Jess obviously won't be filling the role of the cranky Brit, "This is part of a massive overhaul of the show."
11:48am, December 11. ABC.
This week's multimedia compilation of pop culture crap features a sneak preview of Oprah's interview with Whitney Houston, plus Ryan Jenkins' sister, pure glamour, and Hailey Glassman blurred out of an episode of Jon & Kate Plus 8.
Ah, the Daytime Emmys: a beaded, glitzy bastion in a world of styled conventionality. Susan Lucci. Tyra Banks. Sandra Lee. And baubles, bangles, and beads: The Orpheum Theatre had it all!
- Britney Spears took the stage for the first time since her trainwreck performance at the 2007 VMAs on Thursday night, getting through a circus-themed rendition of "Womanizer" relatively unscathed. "Britney looked a little nervous," says a source, but "she had the audience excited."[People]
[Los Angeles, October 27. Image via Splash.]