April 15, 2011
No she didn't! Did Kate Hudson just steal Ginnifer Goodwin's man? Or is it the other way around? That's the premise of their new romantic comedy 'Something Borrowed,' co-starring Colin Egglesfield and John Krasinski, and we have a first look behind the scenes!
In theaters May 6, 'Something Borrowed' casts Kate and Ginnifer as Darcy and Rachel, longtime pals whose friendship is put to the test. Darcy is engaged to Dex, Rachel's law school buddy that she's had a long-standing crush on. When Rachel reveals her true feelings before the wedding, she and Dex unexpectedly end up in bed – and things get a lot more complicated. Krasinski plays Ethan, Rachel's constant confidante and sometimes conscience who harbors a secret crush of his own.
With "Dancing with the Stars" pro Karina Smirnoff taking it all off for the pages of Playboy's May issue, we time warp over the years with the stars that have posed for Hef's timeless magazine, from Pamela Anderson to Denise Richards. Watch the revealing vid!
Yesterday, ABC announced that they are canceling two of their long-running soap operas, "One Life to Live" and "All My Children." Kelly Ripa cut her teeth acting on the latter show, and on "Live! With Regis & Kelly" she shared that Thursday "was the worst day."
"I grew up on 'All My Children'; I mean I grew up as a person," she said. "I worked there, I grew up watching 'One Life to Live,' so it was a very sad, sad day for me."
Watch the video to hear Kelly's emotional commentary.
Today's Paparazzi round-up features Courteney Cox and Kim Kardashian posing for photogs in New York and Katy Perry stopping by a convenience store with her sister.
Courteney signs autographs and delights the photogs by turning and striking a pose after an appearance on ABC's "Good Morning America."
Kim is stunning in red as she's snapped arriving for an appearance on a New York morning news show.
Katy decides to stay in the car and avoid paparazzi questions while her sister makes a purchase inside a Los Angeles convenience store.
Brandy celebrated her best friend Winter's birthday at Boa steakhouse in Beverly Hills Tuesday night, but before she could party, she had to pass through a police DUI checkpoint.
Watch the video to see Brandy give her friend a chance to shine, as well as share her opinions on this season's "Dancing with the Stars," "American Idol" – and what she's doing now!
TheInsider.com is with "Glee" star Matthew Morrison as he steps into the studio to perform music from his debut solo album.
Matthew recorded the album -- which includes duets with Elton John and Gwyneth Paltrow -- in London, New York and Los Angeles during breaks from shooting the FOX hit in which he plays eternally optimistic high school teacher and glee club director Will Schuester.
The star says snagging some big names for the album was huge for him and in Gwyneth's case it helped that she guest starred on "Glee." "Gwyneth was kind of a natural progression, from her just being on the show, and that was kind of an easy ask because we became really great friends."
Matthew said he was surprised he ended up doing such a diverse album. "It was just such an amazing experience, and something that I didn't really know what I was getting myself into. When I thought if I would ever do an album, being from Broadway, I thought it would be a standards album, or some kind of Broadway album. But this is really what I wanted to do."
The actor/musician -- who recently premiered his debut single "Summer Rain" -- says he thinks the album will have something for everybody. "There are some songs you can rock out to, I think there are some songs you can hear at the club, there are some songs that make you cry. It's a sensitive, rock, funky album."
Watch the video to see Matthew in action at the AOL Music studios while filming an episode of "Sessions," which will be streaming on AOL Music beginning May 2. Matthew's self-titled debut album hits stores May 10 and he embarks on a nationwide tour beginning June 18.
Previously, the 10th season of "American Idol" had only seen ladies eliminated from the top 13 in competition, but that all changed on Thursday night when the first man fell.
Paul McDonald took the bullet for the remaining five-man roster, saying goodbye to the "American Idol" stage tonight.
Ryan Seacrest offered encouragement to the 26-year-old from Huntsville, Alabama, saying, "You've had such an amazing impact, man, on this show," while the audience and judges gave a standing ovation.
Paul held his head high, belting out Rod Stewart's "Maggie May" as his "Idol" run came to an end.
The night also came with another shocker as Rihanna announced that her upcoming "Loud" tour will give fans a whole new meaning for the term VIP.
"I'm really not supposed to say this, but I want to get you excited," said the pop star. "We're building two sections on the stage where the fans can actually be in the show and be in the stage and be closer than they've ever been."
Kelly Clarkson also performed on Thursday's elimination show, singing "Don't You Wanna Stay" with country star Jason Aldean.
Watch "American Idol" Wednesday and Thursday nights on FOX.
Back on April 15, 1998, a young Ryan Gosling was busy training for his lead role in the TV show "Young Hercules."
The series lasted 50 episodes between 1998 and 1999 and was actually a spin-off of the popular show "Hercules" starring Kevin Sorbo.
When asked what he thought this starring role would do for his career, Gosling said, "I don't know what it will do for my career per se. It's just going to be wonderful. Whatever happens career wise, if I never work again, then I never work again."
Gosling would go on to star in films like 'The Notebook' and 'Lars and the Real Girl.'
Check out the video to see Gosling long before these notable films.
Sure, the multi-talented Jennifer Lopez has got it all together these days, but you don't get crowned People Magazine's "World's Most Beautiful Woman" without a few fashion hits and misses along the way.
Let's rewind the clock on Jennifer, and check out a few of her best and worst red-carpet moments!
These days, people spend a pretty penny to emulate the seductive locks of "Glee" star, Matthew Morrison. During a visit to "Conan" Thursday night, the actor finally spilled the beans on his unusual grooming secret.
Who knew the secret to sexy hair could be found in a place as common as your bathroom vanity? Watch to discover what exactly Mr. Shue uses to tame that luscious hair, and see if can work the same wonders for Conan.
"Conan" airs weeknights on TBS.
Catherine Zeta-Jones' bipolar disorder -- what do Michael and their children know?
Then, is Wynonna engaged? And the secrets of the Judds' reality show that even Oprah doesn't know!
Plus, the girls of "Glee" -- behind the scenes of their glamorous photo shoot.
And Playboy's backstory -- next "Insider"!
Gwyneth Paltrow has written a new book titled My Father's Daughter in which she talks about her love of cooking and dear memories of her father, Bruce Paltrow.
"Every day with my father was amazing," says Gwyneth. "To cook with him and just be with him in the kitchen, we were always kind of inspiring each other. I have many years of great cooking memories with him."
When asked if it was an emotional experience to be talking about her father publicly again, Gwyneth said, "There's a part of myself where I have to stay pretty guarded in a way, otherwise I’d be crying in all of my interviews, but it's a very nice thing to feel reconnected to him."
My Father's Daughter is available in stores now.
Check out the video above to see Gwyneth discuss her father and her love of cooking at a recent book signing.
Check out clips from Wednesday's late night performances from an eclectic group of musical acts!
• Jessie J stopped by "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" to bless the stage with her song "Price Tag" from her debut album, Who You Are.
• Robyn rocked the house with her song "Call Your Girlfriend" from her CD Body Talk on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!"