Khloe Kardashian is known to her fans as a celebutante and fashion trendsetter, but her husband Lamar Odom tells ET she's also a closet domestic goddess!
The couple is gearing up for a new reality show on E! called "Khloe and Lamar" and the basketball star husband of Khloe says viewers of the program might be surprised to learn that his wife can actually cook! Lamar also says that while Khloe's personality on the show is definitely "assertive," he never would have guessed she's so domestic.
When asked about how much life drama will appear on the show, they agreed that it will rate 10 on a scale of 1-10! They said viewers will witness their first big argument on the show but said this is a part of every relationship and brings more reality to the show.
Lamar says it will be revealed that he's the messy one in the relationship and Khloe is completely the opposite. Khloe says despite such minor issues, her relationship with Lamar has been easy, even though both have demanding careers and hectic schedules.
Watch the video to hear what the couple likes best about being married and be sure to watch the premiere of "Khloe and Lamar" on E! on Sunday, April 10 at 10:00 p.m.
George Lopez vs. Kirstie Alley -- the new fallout from his shocking "Dancing with the Stars" remarks!
Then, Suzanne Somers on ageism in Hollywood.
And Dame Elizabeth Taylor -- the latest details on the death of a Hollywood legend and her backstory. Next "Insider"!
The "American Idol" judging panel muted the viewer's voice by inviting Casey Abrams to sing again next week.
Jaws dropped in the "Idol" studio when host Ryan Seacrest announced Casey had received the fewest amount of votes. After singing just a few bars of "I Don't Need No Doctor" to lure the judges to save him, Randy Jackson flailed his arms to motion for Casey to stop in his tracks.
The confused "Idol" hopeful received the good news from Steven Tyler, who said, "This is crazy wrong. We've made a decision here to keep you on." Shocked, Casey's reaction had to be bleeped out and the camera even cut away at one point. Unable to fully support himself, Casey leaned on Ryan to stay upright. His family and fellow contestants were elated as well.
As a result, two contestants will be eliminated on next Thursday's show. All of the remaining 11 contestants will be packing their bags—to hit the road for the "American Idol" summer tour. Ryan announced the tour will feature the Top 11 singers, instead of just the Top 10, due to the save.
Casey's second chance was not the first surprise of the night. In celebration of Steven's 63rd birthday, the contestants were joined on stage by Stevie Wonder. Later, Hulk Hogan made a grand entrance to tell Paul McDonald and James Durbin they were both safe. He then tore his shirt off and pushed Ryan into the audience.
Former "American Idol" standout Jennifer Hudson gave a special performance of "Where You At?" The show airs Wednesday and Thursday nights on Fox.
Dame Elizabeth Taylor was laid to rest Thursday at a small funeral service attended by family members and close friends at celebrity-filled Forest Lawn Cemetery near Hollywood.
A line of black stretch limousines transported mourners to the service but no procession was held. ET broke the news earlier that the memorial service would be held for Taylor, who died early Wednesday at age 79.
A rep for the screen legend provided ET the following details about the one-hour funeral: "The service was scheduled to begin at 2 p.m. but at Miss Taylor's request started late. Miss Taylor had left instructions that it was to begin at least 15 minutes later than publicly scheduled, with the announcement, 'She even wanted to be late for her own funeral.'"
The location for the service -- Forest Lawn Memorial-Parks and Mortuaries in Glendale, CA -- is also the final resting place of numerous prominent celebrities, including Taylor's close friend Michael Jackson, who passed away in 2009.
The rep said the service included poetry readings that began with Taylor's close friend Colin Farrell reciting Gerard Manley Hopkins' poem "The Leaden Echo and the Golden Echo," immediately followed by other selections by Taylor's son Michael Wilding, her grandson Tarquin Wilding, and her daughter Liza Burton Tivey. The Academy Award-winning actress' grandson Rhys Tivey performed a moving trumpet solo of "Amazing Grace."
"The casket was closed and draped with a blanket of abundant, fragrant gardenias, violets, and lily of the valley. Miss Taylor was interred in The Great Mausoleum, sheltered beneath a soaring marble Michelangelo angel," the rep told ET.
Taylor was hospitalized six weeks ago with congestive heart failure and had remained at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, where she died surrounded by her four children.
Despite the rain, ET got to see the stars out in Hollywood at the 'Sucker Punch' premiere and one thing's for certain: the ladies love working with Zack Snyder. Even Vanessa Hudgens couldn’t pinpoint which moment was best.
“It’s hard to really pick one thing because it was such an amazing experience,” the actress told ET.
Another up-and-coming actress, Emily Browning, described her experience with Zack as "unbelievable." "He's so clever, such an amazing director but he's also just a lovely, awesome guy, so there was really positive energy on the set. It was very cool."
Carla Gugino, who has worked with the director in the past, shared her lofty praise for the innovative director. "I actually did 'Watchmen' with him so it’s the second movie I did working with Zack and I think he's just phenomenal," the actress mentioned. "He loves actors, he loves to collaborate but he has such a strong visual sense that even when you've been in the movie and you go and see the movie you're completely astounded. It’s really an incredible ride."
Zack himself had nothing but appreciation for the strong female cast.
"It was great," Zack said in regards to working with the women. "I have strong women in my life clearly (referring to wife and 'Sucker Punch' producer Deborah Snyder), so its something I'm used to but the girls were amazing and they did a great job so it was great for me."
Click the video to see more from last night's premiere. 'Sucker Punch' hits theaters Friday, March 25.
New Kids on the Block singer Joey McIntyre is the newest spokesman for Hear The World, an organization that assists children born with hearing impairments.
In a new PSA, McIntyre, whose own son was born with hearing impairment says, "As a musician, music – and the ability to hear it – is the cornerstone of my life, so when my son was diagnosed with severe hearing loss, I wasn't sure how to handle it," says McIntyre. "Thankfully, because of today's advanced hearing aid technology, I don't have to worry about my son missing a beat.”
Hear The World provides funding, hearing aids and assistive listening technology to children with hearing impairments.
For more information visit www.hear-the-world.com.
On March 23, legendary film actress Dame Elizabeth Taylor passed away. She left behind four children, 10 grandchildren, several great-grandchildren, and a bevy of iconic film roles. Take a look at the actress in her heyday, as she accepts her Oscar for Best Actress in a Leading Role at the Academy Awards in 1961.
"I don't know really know how to express my gratitude for this and for everything," says a breathy Elizabeth. "I guess all I can really say is thank you. Thank you with all my heart."
The violet-eyed actress won her Oscar for her role as a prostitute in the 1960 film 'BUtterfield 8.' She also received an Oscar for 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?' in 1967 and was awarded the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award in 1993.
Everyone from Sandra Bullock to Tom Hanks were spotted out and about and we have all the A-list footage!
Both Bullock and Hanks were snapped in New York's Central Park on the set of their upcoming movie, 'Extremely Loud' and also in the park was Tina Fey, Tracey Morgan and Alec Baldwin shooting an episode of their NBC comedy "30 Rock."
Meanwhile, back in L.A., "Mad Men"'s Jon Hamm and Emma Roberts were photographed at the 'Sucker Punch' after party.
Check out the video for more with your favorite stars!
Chris Evans trades in his 'Fantastic Four' spandex for a battle shield as 'Captain America: The First Avenger,' in theaters July 22, and we have his amazing transformation from 98-pound weakling to buff, genetically enhanced superhero!
Based on the patriotic Marvel Comics character, 'Captain America: The First Avenger' casts Chris as Steve Rogers, a slight-but-tenacious wannabe warrior, circa World War II, who volunteers to take part in a top-secret military experiment that transforms him into a Super Soldier. Armed with a bulletproof shield, he takes on the evil HYDRA organization, led by the villainous Red Skull (Hugo Weaving), who plans to wield a powerful weapon for world domination.
Directed by Joe Johnston, 'Captain America: The First Avenger' also stars Tommy Lee Jones as Col. Chester Phillips, Stanley Tucci as Dr. Abraham Erskine, Sebastian Stan as Bucky Barnes and Hayley Atwell as Peggy Carter.
With her feathery new animated comedy 'Rio,' in theaters April 15, Anne Hathaway reunites with Jesse Eisenberg 12 years after they first worked together on her first TV project, "Get Real," when she was just 16.
The 1999 FOX drama only lasted one season, but Anne's career took off when she was cast in 2001's 'The Princess Diaries.' After a succession of roles, her A-list status began to be cemented with roles in 2006's 'The Devil Wears Prada' and 2008's 'Get Smart.'
And before she went on to co-host the Oscars this year with James Franco, she also starred opposite good friend Kate Hudson in 2009's 'Bride Wars' and Jake Gyllenhaal in last year's revealing 'Love and Other Drugs.'
Catch the Time Warp video of fun Anne Hathaway moments over the years!
Looks like Kourtney Kardashian might need a lifeline.
On the upcoming episode of "Kourtney & Kim Take New York," the reality star can't seem to remember her lines for her guest role on "One Life to Live" even though she practiced them with sister Kim. "I literally thought I would have two lines and my script is so long," Kourtney says worriedly.
Another apprehension of hers is that she has to kiss a guy, and it isn't her baby's daddy Scott Disick. "I'm not an actress. I just don't feel like kissing some random guy. This is definitely a lot more than I thought I was agreeing to." After looking up online the actor she's supposed to share a smooch with, she reacts, "There's no way I could kiss that face."
Watch Kourtney flub her lines when she gets to set, and see the rest of the drama unfold when E!'s "Kourtney & Kim Take New York" airs on Sunday night.
Simon Cowell -- the brainchild behind the new singing competition "The X Factor" -- says he has not ruled out Paula Abdul as a judge on the show.
Cowell recently announced that music producer L.A. Reid -- whom he describes as "the number one hitmaker in the world at the moment" -- would join him at the judge's table, but he is still searching for a third.
"Paula is still in the mix -- she definitely has my vote. I hate to admit this but I actually miss working with her. When I was working with her at times, I actually wanted to kill her, she was the most annoying person. And then I'd miss her, and I think she was the same," Cowell said of working with Abdul on "American Idol."
Cowell says the selection process is complicated because so many people must agree on a choice, but he emphasizes: "You've got to trust your gut feeling. And I think it's important we've done what we've done, which is that we've taken our time - had a chance to meet as many people as possible, and then you've got to find the right chemistry. "The X Factor" auditions begin this Sunday in Los Angeles.
When asked about the upcoming royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, the TV mogul said he's excited even though he thinks he'll actually be judging "X Factor" in America when the event happens in London. "It's a big deal, I mean the fact that there's so much interest in it around the world shows that we still have something in this country very unique. And the fact that everyone around the world is interested, I love it."
Watch the video to hear Cowell's recommendations for which music stars should perform at the royal wedding.
Hit rewind and take a ride back to this day in history 18 years ago -- March 24, 1993 -- when Jerry, Elaine, Kramer and George were still hanging out at Jerry's apartment, talking about nothing.
Watch as Jerry Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Michael Richards and Jason Alexander film scenes from the long-running NBC hit -- and are given pointers by "Seinfeld" co-creator Larry David (who went on to star in his own hit TV show, "Curb Your Enthusiasm"). And pay close attention for bloopers during filming!