If you’re thinking that reality television’s dominance of Hollywood was complete, think again. Reality stars aren’t actually star-worthy when it comes to Hollywood’s Walk of Fame.
This is the best — albeit totally expected — news we’ve heard all day.
The show must go on, even in the face of tragedy.
Russell Armstrong, the estranged husband of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Taylor Armstrong, was found dead Monday night.
Seven strangers, picked to live in a house, have their lives taped after agreeing that they might die, get raped and be exposed to public ridicule — and it won’t be MTV’s fault. It says so in the contract obtained by the Village Voice.
Our “journey” is finally over. And while the “process” has been bumpy at times, Ashley has closed “the final chapter” of her love story thanks to her “open heart.” (Sorry, but has anyone else become fatigued by …
Good news, Bachelorette lovers: the payoff for last week’s tedious hometown dates is this week’s Overnight Fantasy Dates. (And this one’s a doozy.)
Ah, the hometown dates, arguably the most artificial of all the dates we see on this show. (And that’s saying something.)
After a week off for the July 4th holiday, The Bachelorette is back and as tear-filled as ever.
It seems like the hopes of millions of men across the country could become a reality.
Today’s links feature feats of fashion, eating, jump-flipping, and treasure hunting.
Ever seen an amazing operatic singer who also snorts? Meet Cindy Chang, a quirky 42-year-old homemaker who took America’s Got Talent by storm.