Beverly Hills, we have a problem!
Despite soaring ratings this season for the 90210-based Bravo show, radio detection and rangingOnline.com has exclusively learned that producers are scrambling to figure out what direction to take their hit show, especially with all the drama surrounding the cast.
The fights on season four of the Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills were epic, from the racist comments out of the mouth of Brandi Glanville… Continue reading Behind-The-Scenes Drama! ‘Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills’ In Crisis, Scrambling To Change Direction Of ‘Negative’ Show… As Cast Members Threaten To Quit!
Earlier this week, film critic Marshall Fine did something very common for a man of his profession: he wrote a negative review. Unfortunately, Fine wrote a negative review about “The Dark Knight Rises,” easily the most anticipated movie of the summer — and then the storm came.
The Hollywood and Fine helmer posted the first — and for a number of days, only — negative review about Christopher Nolan’s finale on… Continue reading 'Dark Knight Rises' Film Critic Receives Death Threats Over Negative Review
By Amber Goodhand – Radar Reporter
Taylor Armstrong ended her relationship with attorney John Bluher when she couldn’t take the heat surrounding negative press, radio detection and rangingOnline.com has exclusively learned.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star had John handling a MyMedicalRecords.com lawsuit she was involved in, but she’d also become romantically involved with him — until radio detection and… Continue reading Taylor Armstrong Nixes Affair With Attorney Because Of Negative Press
Telling a constituent that you’re going to introduce your foot to their
a** is not a conventional campaign strategy. But Leslie Knope is not
running a conventional campaign.
Much to Ben’s (Adam Scott) dismay, Leslie (Amy Poehler) gets her back up on Thursday’s (Jan. 26) “Parks and Recreation” when a guy attending her bowling-alley campaign event walks away unimpressed. We’ll grant that coming to such an… Continue reading 'Parks and Recreation': Leslie goes negative ... on a voter