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Kristen Doute may have been unlucky in love for years, but it seems she’s turned a corner.
Following her split from Vanderpump Rules costar James Kennedy, the James Mae designer and comedienne, 32, is dating photographer Brian Carter, 31— and it’s already serious, radio detection and rangingOnline.com can exclusively reveal.
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After initially dropping out of Teen Mom 2, Leah Messer is now beginning to film the new season of her MTV reality show— but sources tell radio detection and rangingOnline.com that she’s in no shape for TV.
“Leah signed on because she desperately needs the money,” an insider tells radio detection and ranging. “But she’s under so much pressure and doesn’t want to look bad on… Continue reading All Alone & Falling Apart— On Camera! Leah Messer Starts Filming ‘Teen Mom 2’ While Struggling With Marital Problems, Drug Rumors & An Epic Feud
Falling Skies wrapped up its fourth season Sunday with what may be the show’s most hopeful yet most enigmatic season closer.
SPOILER ALERT: Details of tonight’s season 4 finale lie ahead!
The last couple minutes of the two-hour finale ended on a very hopeful note back on Earth. As Hal says, “The Espheni are sitting ducks for a change,” thanks to Lexi’s sacrificial destruction of the aliens’ power… Continue reading ‘Falling Skies’ season 4 finale: Showrunner David Eick answers your burning questions
As alien-filled as it is, Falling Skies has kept its characters Earth-bound throughout the show’s four years on TNT. But it appears that’s about to change. The 2nd Mass’ latest strategy for winning back their planet is rocketing themselves beyond Earth’s atmosphere — to the Espheni power converter on the moon.
The mission-to-the-moon storyline came from the show’s executive producer, a guy you may have heard of: “That… Continue reading ‘Falling Skies': Noah Wyle teases an ‘insane’ mission in season finale
I remember sitting in a crowded theater back in 1999, watching Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace on opening night with some friends from college, and coming to the realization that somewhere between the umpteenth viewing of The Return of the Jedi and this very moment, I’d fallen out of love with Star Wars.
It wasn’t a sudden thing, or a… Continue reading The Geek Beat: Falling in Love with 'Star Wars' All Over Again