April 06, 2011
Carrie Underwood aired out her dirty laundry in an interview with Ellen DeGeneres, dishing on her new married life with NHL player Mike Fisher.
Carrie and Mike did not live together before their wedding, and up until this year Mike played hockey for the Ottawa Senators in Canada while Carrie stayed at home in Nashville. Her husband's February trade to the Nashville Predators was bittersweet.
"He came and he brought all of his crap with him," said Carrie, who married Mike on July 10, 2010. "He's not a hoarder but he's close, maybe."
The country singer went on to dish on Mike's secret vice, saying, "He loves to shop. He's going to kill me. He has stuff come in and I'm like it's not going out fast enough. If you bring stuff in, stuff needs to go out. Do we need this shirt? It's got a giant stain on the sleeve. Are we going to wear this again? No, then do something with it."
You can see Carrie's entire interview on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" on Thursday, April 7.
"Being a Gigolo isn’t always easy" – or so says Jimmy, one of five real, high-end Las Vegas escorts profiled in Showtime's new series, "Gigolos".
Offering an uncensored, and sometimes extremely graphic spotlight on the nights (and days) of working male gigolos as they service women from all walks of life - single, married, or divorced - and all willing to spend a pretty penny for a bit of "quality" company. This provocative series seems to evoke a certain Bravo-style "Real Male Escorts of Las Vegas", but make no mistake- this is Showtime territory, and they take full allowance of their cable channel freedoms. Be warned: this one is not for the kiddies.
Check out an advance peek of "Gigolos" which premieres tonight (Thursday, April 7) on Showtime.
Charlie Sheen's "Violent Torpedo of Truth" tour hit Columbus, Ohio on Wednesday and Charlie had a few surprises up his sleeve.
When asked if he would return to "Two and a Half Men," the actor admitted that he would return to show if it weren't for one "wrinkle" - his bosses want him to apologize for his behavior.
Charlie started reading his "apology" letter on stage, saying, "Dear Warner Brothers, listen you evil, liar-mouth jerk sucks... Wait, that won't work."
Charlie Sheen's next performance will be at Radio City Music Hall in New York City on April 8.
From bohemian chic, to the belle of fashion week, Kate Hudson is a woman whose adventurous style is just as captivating as that killer smile.
Let's rewind the clock on Kate, and check out a few of the best and worst red carpet moments!
"Dancing with the Stars" plastic surgery procedures revealed -- who's gone under the knife before hitting the dance floor?
Then, the top ten most inspiring rags-to-riches stories -- can you guess the star that lived out of her car?
And from rock god to "American Idol" judge -- we have Steven Tyler's backstory. Next "Insider"!
Simon Cowell may have moved on from "American Idol" to launch "The X Factor" this fall, but we're time warping back to his early "Idol" days, when he talked to us about delusional contestants, mistakes in judgment of talent, Randy Jackson going "from a mountain to a hill" -- and the sexual tension between him and Paula Abdul. Rrrowrrr!!
It's been more than 10 years since they last toured together, but now Naomi Judd and Wynonna Judd will embark on a journey that will test their private and professional lives as the mother and daughter reunite to document their latest tour.
"The Judds," aptly named after their popular country music duo, is a reality show on the Oprah Winfrey Network that covers the two on their 18-city reunion tour, all the while confronting their often tumultuous relationship.
From restaurants to rehearsals, viewers will get a behind the scenes glimpse into the lives of one of the most successful mother and daughter duos in country music history. The series will highlight the trials and tribulations they face on the road to strengthen their family bond.
Check out the video to get a sneak peek before "The Judds" premieres Sunday, April 10 at 9/8c on OWN.
From the Big Apple to Tinseltown, the celebs made themselves known and we have all of the fun footage in this edition of Paparazzi Roundup!
Brunette beauties Jennifer Garner and Eva Longoria were both spotted in New York City. Garner signing autographs outside of "Late Show With David Letterman"; Longoria in the famed Times Square.
Meanwhile, back in Los Angeles, Katie Holmes was snapped heading into Sony Studios and a number of stars, including Amy Adams and Adam Levine, were caught showing their support for the Lakers at the Staples Center.
Check out the video for more of your faves!
Two more contestants on the next "Survivor: Redemption Island" are set to duel for the right to stay.
With five of the six votes going against her last week, Sarita, the 36-year-old visual effects producer from Santa Monica, CA was voted out and became the seventh person to get sent to Redemption Island. She's now faced with challenging Matt, the 22-year-old pre-med student from Nashville, TN, who's on his sixth consecutive challenge on the island.
Matt has the experience and Sarita's brimming with confidence, but it might not be enough as one of the two holds a jaw-dropping secret that can affect the outcome of the match.
See who's got something to hide in the clip and be sure to tune in to "Survivor," Wednesdays on CBS.
It looks like Charlie Sheen has recovered just fine from the stumble-out-of-the-gate Detroit opening of his "Violent Torpedo of Truth" stage tour.
After finding his sea legs in Chicago with a much warmer reception, Charlie's "My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat is Not an Option" show seemed to be a hit with many of his Cleveland fans, and the ex-"Two and a Half Men" star took time to pose with many of them by his tour bus.
Up next, Charlie torpedoes the Palace in Columbus, Ohio tonight.
On Wednesday night's episode of "Hoarding: Buried Alive," a little two-year-old child lives amid towering piles of shopping bags with her hoarding grandma -- is the child being put at risk?
Kind-hearted San Francisco area grandma Toni likes to buy things on sale, with the hope of giving her purchases to needy people, but all too frequently the items ended up piling up in her home.
Compounding her housekeeping calamity is the fact that her daughter, son-in-law and little granddaughter have moved in. Watch the video to judge for yourself -- is this home safe for a child?
"Hoarders: Buried Alive" airs Wednesday night on TLC.
It seems that Stephen Colbert's incessant mocking of fellow "renaissance man" James Franco has summoned a surprise visit from the actor - Or should I say, his secret twin brother Frank Jameso.
Watch Stephen as he elicits Frank's help in taking down his "renaissance nemesis" James Franco (or "rena-nemesis" ) in an effort to "expose [him] for the fraud he truly is."
"The Colbert Report" airs 11:30 pm Monday- Thursday on Comedy Central.
"American Idol" winner turned Country Music superstar Carrie Underwood has dominated the music scene, but what's been keeping this accomplished artist from the silver screen? She says she just hadn't found the right project - that is, until now.
The lucky script to get Carrie's attention is none other than 'Soul Surfer', a screenplay based on the inspirational story of Bethany Hamilton, a teenager who lost her arm at thirteen to a 14-foot tiger shark in 2003. Despite her significant challenges, Bethany was determined to return to surfing, and in less than one month, she returned to her board.
Carrie had nothing but praise for the project, saying "the whole story was such an inspirational story. It's something that I would want my kids to watch and to know I did, you know, 'Once upon a time whenever I have kids.'
Mrs. Underwood is in excellent company with accomplished actors such as Dennis Quaid, Helen Hunt, and AnnaSophia Robb.
Catch 'Soul Surfer' when it hits theaters Friday, April 8, 2011.