Julie Chen used her platform on The Talk Monday to comment about CBS’ Big Brother and its racist houseguests.
“It stung,” said Chen, who also hosts BB. “I took it personally. The really sad part was it took me back to the ’70s when I was growing up in Queens, when I was 7, being bullied and being called a chink … the year is 2013! Then I felt ignorant… Continue reading ‘Big Brother’s’ Julie Chen on racist houseguest: ‘I took it personally’
By Debbie Emery – Radar Reporter
Not only did pretty brunette Jodi Arias allegedly butcher her former boyfriend but she took photos of his slashed up dead body in the shower, prosecutors claim.
Key items in the damning evidence heard in the Maricopa County court this week revolve around the final images captured on the victim’s camera the night that he died, including a picture showing his suspected killer dragging his… Continue reading Jodi Arias Took Photos Of Her Butchered Lover, Prosecutors Claim
Jason O’Mara may have already lined up a new gig on CBS’s period drama Vegas, but the star still has some choice words about the cancellation of Fox’s Terra Nova.
“I felt like Fox took an awful long time to make what was ultimately a premature decision,” he told reporters today at TCA while joined on stage by Vegas stars Dennis Quaid and Michael Chiklis. “A decision could have… Continue reading Jason O’Mara on ‘Terra Nova’ axing: Fox took ‘awful long time’ to make ‘premature decision’
For the finale of “America’s Best Dance Crew” Season 7, it came down to all-male dance team Elektrolytes versus all-female (and the youngest ever crew) 8 Flavahz. So who took home the $ 100,000 prize?
After being in the Bottom 2 the previous week, Elektrolytes stormed back in the finals to win it all, as the crews danced to the songs of Katy Perry: Part of… Continue reading 'America's Best Dance Crew': Elektrolytes or 8 Flavahz, who took home the prize?
It’s Golden Popcorn Time! Last night, the 2012 MTV Movie Awards went down live from the Gibson Theater in Los Angeles, California.
Among this year’s winners were “The Hunger Games” (duh) “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2,” (double duh) and many many more.
Moviefone provided coverage all night long, with red-carpet photos, breakout posts, and, of course, a full list of winners.
On top of the awards, there were also plenty… Continue reading MTV Movie Awards Winners: Who Took Home The Golden Popcorns? (LIVE UPDATES)