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Will and Grace are getting back together.

Nearly nine years after Will & Grace‘s finale, Eric McCormack and Debra Messing will reunite when he guest stars on The Mysteries of Laura. But there’s bound to be a bit more sexual tension this time around.

McCormack will play Laura’s ex-fiance Dr. Andrew Devlin, described as a “roguish, arrogant-as-can-be heart surgeon.” Laura’s investigating the murder of Andrew’s ex wife, for… Continue reading ‘Will & Grace’ reunite: Eric McCormack to appear on ‘Mysteries of Laura’

Against Me! singer Laura Jane Grace made headlines in 2012 upon announcing she was transitioning from Tom Gabel to a woman. Now she is ready to share her story and the stories of fellow transgender men and women in her new AOL Originals series True Trans. Grace called into Entertainment Weekly Radio (SiriusXM, channel 105) from the road during her current Against Me! tour to discuss her own experience… Continue reading Transgender Against Me! singer Laura Jane Grace talks about her new ‘True Trans’ series

On the eve of her film’s planned premiere at the Cannes Film Festival,

Nicole Kidman isn’t getting any love for her  Grace Kelly  biopic.

The Philadelphia girl turned Hollywood golden girl turned real-life princess — thanks to her marriage to Prince Ranier in 1956 — was killed in a car crash in 1982.

Her story, with Kidman in the title role, would seem to be a natural for… Continue reading Nicole Kidman’s Grace Kelly Biopic Slammed By Monaco Royal Family & May Be Dumped From Cannes Film Festival

In the most succinct outburst of outrage in the wake of the Ethan Couch sentencing, legal expert Nancy Grace said that the presiding official in the case, Tarrant County Juvenile Judge Jane Boyd “needs to be thrown off the bench!”

The Couch controversy hit The View Tuesday, where Grace was appearing as a special guest alongside regulars Whoopi Goldberg, Jenny McCarthy, Sherri Shepherd and Barbara Walters.

Discussing… Continue reading Nancy Grace: Judge In Ethan Couch Case ‘Needs To Be Thrown Off The Bench!’