April 14, 2011
Jumping back to April 14, 2004, Lindsay Lohan and Tina Fey sat down to talk about their new film 'Mean Girls' and how much they respect each other.
'Mean Girls' was Fey's first feature film script, and in the interview she even talked about hoping to write another one on the next break from "Saturday Night Live".
Lohan would be working with Fey again as she was scheduled to host "Saturday Night Live" shortly after this interview was held. In the interview, Lohan mentioned how she almost turned down the offer to host. Lohan said, "You know I got to the point where I was really nervous and I was like, why don't I just tell them I can't do it"
Check out the video to see the two stars talking about working with each other.
If you have a fear of needles or are the least bit squeamish, avert your eyes now, as Rand Rusher, "injectionist to the stars," sticks, squeezes and pokes his way through the celebrities, wanna-bes and housewives of Beverly Hills in the new show "Pretty Hurts."
"Pretty Hurts" follows Rand, a registered nurse with over 20 years experience and one of the most sought after skincare consultants in the country, as he beautifies the many denizens of Los Angeles. Acting as part-time therapist and best friend he attempts to satisfy their every and often ridiculous requests. As the saying goes, "beauty is pain," which is proved ever the more evident as his clients attempt to turn back the clock in their ongoing pursuit of youth and beauty.
To get your painful dose of "Pretty Hurts" tune in when it premieres Monday, May 9 on LOGO.
Wednesday morning, David Arquette once again paid a visit to Howard Stern's XM radio show, admitting to an embarrassing failed attempt at seducing his estranged wife Courteney Cox during a family trip at Disney World. Courteney appeared on "The Late Show With David Letterman" Wednesday night and set the record straight.
When asked about his recent on-air comments, in which he claims they kissed "a little bit" at the theme park, Cox responded, "that's not really for everyone to know." She admits, "he did try to hit on me, he hit pretty hard and I said, 'you don't have the fast pass right now. Not to that ride.'"
Watch the clip to hear even more of what Courteney had to say on her relationship with David.
"The Late Show With David Letterman" airs weeknights on CBS.
Catherine Zeta-Jones' Bipolar disorder: We have the latest on her checking into a mental health facility -- and where her husband Michael Douglas is today.
Then, "Dancing with the Stars" pro dancer Karina Smirnoff -- totally naked in Playboy! Was she airbrushed? We have the video you haven't seen.
Plus Kim Kardashian, Pamela Anderson, Kendra Wilkinson -- we have the Playboy backstory.
And Kirstie Alley's "Oprah" shocker and on-camera breakdown -- next "Insider"!
It's a difficult feat to for anybody to come out of the Nineties with pride in your fashion choices, but when you're a trend-setter like Jennifer Aniston, "fashionable" doesn't cut it; you're a downright style icon.
Let's rewind the clock on Jennifer, all the way back to her "Rachel" days, and check out a few of her best and worst red-carpet moments!
"American Idol" contestant Casey Abrams went against the grain, singing Nat King Cole's classic tune "Nature Boy" on Wednesday's episode, even after Will.i.am and Jimmy Iovine suggested he go a different direction.
Casey had his heart set on performing Nat King Cole's ballad because he felt it fit his style the best, but had second thoughts when Will.i.am and Jimmy adamantly prodded him to try a more lively song.
"This show is like a hurricane," said Jimmy. "If you really wisper, ain't nobody gonna hear you."
Jimmy seemed displeased when Casey decided to follow his gut instincts, saying, "If you want to win this competition you need to take the help at this point, and Casey chose not to. So, he better be right."
Right he was when he took the stage and blew away the judges.
Jennifer Lopez gushed, "What's beautiful about this season is that we have gospel, rock, country, pop, jazz. We have all of it."
"I don't think we've ever had anybody exactly like you ever," Randy Jackson raved. "It makes me proud to sit here and judge artists as well as pop stars."
Casey was almost brought to tears during his post-performance interview saying, "I feel, like, a sense of accomplishment. I feel like people were against me and I stood my ground and I did something that's never been done."
Watch "American Idol" Wednesdays and Thursdays on FOX.
From date night to family night, the stars were caught on tape and we have all of the fun footage in this edition of Paparazzi Roundup!
Tom Cruise, Katie Holmes and their adorable daughter Suri were spotted strolling in New York and across the country in Los Angeles, Halle Berry and boyfriend Olivier Martinez were spotted cruising on a motorcycle.
Check out the video to see which "American Idol" judge was spotted cheering on the Lakers at the Staples Center!
The castaways will once again be put to the test with this difficult challenge on tonight's "Survivor: Redemption Island"
As Challenge Producer John Kirhoffer explains, the object of the challenge is to stay hanging on as long as possible. Contestants are allowed to use their hands or legs to keep them from touching the water.
Find out who wins immunity when "Survivor" air tonight on CBS.
Jennifer Lopez shakes it on the steps of an ancient Mayan pyramid in her new music video for "I'm Into You," and we're behind the scenes!
The "American Idol" judge flew down in a private jet to Chichen-itza in Yucatan, Mexico for the exotic shoot, and she also helicoptered in to film in Tulum's Turtle Beach for some steamy moments with Telenovela star William Levy, who is considered to be the Brad Pitt of Mexico.
J.Lo flew solo for the whirlwind shoot, leaving hubby Marc Anthony and their kids at home; she was all business, working 12-hour days, and flew straight home after the video shoot wrapped.
Former "Today" show host Katie Couric returned to her old NBC morning program Wednesday and told host Matt Lauer she is currently "figuring out" what to do next in her career.
"It's so weird to be here in this role, but it's great to see you," Couric told Lauer, who jokingly responded: "You want this chair?" The former NBC anchor -- who currently hosts "CBS Evening News" -- replied: "No, no I'm fine right where I am."
Couric's contract at CBS expires in June and she addressed recent reports that she would be leaving "CBS Evening News." "I love doing my job at the 'CBS Evening News,' I really do, and I'm just in the middle of figuring it out. I just don't know, honestly," she told Lauer.
When Lauer pressed further and asked whether Couric had already made a decision, she responded: "No, I really haven't. I'm in the middle of figuring it out, of figuring out where would be the best place for me, what would be the best job for me."
Couric did say one of the possibilities is to stay at "CBS Evening News" and she promised Lauer: "I'm going to call you as soon as I know." She said she is considering doing a syndicated show where she can cover topics more in-depth and where she would have "a little more wiggle room for me to show my personality."
Couric appeared on "Today" to promote her new book The Best Advice I Ever Got: Lessons from Extraordinary Lives, which she describes as a collection of advice from well-known newsmakers and celebrities she has gotten to know over the years.
The Insider caught up with Jamie Oliver backstage at the "Late Show with David Letterman" to talk about his ongoing fight for healthy foods as his show "Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution" gets set to premiere its second season. However this time around, Jamie takes on his biggest challenge yet: the Los Angeles Unified School District.
The process wasn't easy as the charismatic celebrity chef asserts he was banned from every single school "before he landed in the plane." He's even had to resort to guerilla tactics and other stunts to get things moving.
"The only way I could get into the schools was if I became a teacher," Jamie proclaims. "I was teaching food but in math, in science, in social studies, you name it."
This year proved to be tough for Jamie, having to battle the school board in which he equated to as a "nightmare." The health campaigner persevered on his journey to accomplish his show's true purpose: to make a change. "When you start to stir the pot, everyone starts making a little bit of change."
When the conversation moved to the royal wedding and what he'd cook for it, Jamie seemed to lighten up as well with a few jokes. "I'm sure they're going to go home and have a proper wedding, like 30 people and a bit of a laugh," he quips. The colorful cook then makes claims on Britain's dominance in the wedding department, finds Prince William and Kate Middleton to be a solid match and holds royal events like these in high prestige which always seem to leave the British chef in awe.
Find out what else Jamie said in the video and be sure to check out the season premiere of "Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution" Tuesday April 12 on ABC!
In this sneak peek of "Hoarding: Buried Alive," the parents of three children struggle with the prospect of losing their children to foster care if they can't clean up the mounds of clutter swallowing their home.
"Hoarding: Buried Alive" exposes the homes of extreme hoarders and explores the psychology behind their compulsion to accumulate & store large quantities of nonessential things. With the help of expert therapists & organizers, the hoarders attempt to unlock the key to their obsessions in hopes of reclaiming their lives.
Watch the video to see whether the efforts of the mother's parents -- along with organizational therapists -- can persuade her to take drastic action to rid her home of clutter for the sake of her kids.
Plus, watch a Dallas woman's desperate attempt to overcome her compulsion to collect mounds of inanimate objects, including stuffed frogs and penguins. Catch "Hoarding: Buried Alive" Wednesdays at 10 p.m. on TLC.
When asked if she's seen the photos yet, an excited Karina responded that she has indeed seen the pics, and is "absolutely" happy with them. This being so, Karina also acknowledges the risks of venturing into the pages of the adult magazine, saying "Dancing With The Stars" is "an absolute wonderful experience right now, I'm enjoying this season and I wouldn't want to take anything away from 'Dancing With The Stars' because that's where all my attention is right now."
Fellow Playboy cover alum Kendra Wilkinson was beyond excited for the DWTS star, "It's amazing for her- If it's her time in her life she wants to do that, then that's right for her. Good for her. I praise her." Louis Van Amstel was also quick to jump in and remark on Karina's spread in the mag, "they're stunning pictures, I've seen them too.Good for her."
You can catch an exclusive advance sneak peek of Karina Smirnoff's May cover of Playboy at etonline.com.