Former Dancing With The Stars contestant Wendy Williams doesn’t think NeNe Leakes stands a chance of winning the Mirror Ball Trophy.
During her daytime talk show, Williams spoke about her experience on the dancing competition, adding that her former partner Tony Dovolani will have his hands full working with Leakes.
“As I predicted, Tony Dovolani–my former partner–will be NeNe’s partner because he always gets the big ones,” Wendy said with laugh.
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Teresa Giudice is facing a whopping 41 felony charges for tax evasion and fraud and has proclaimed her innocence and is hoping to avoid the slammer, but talk show host Wendy Williams says she is “delusional” if she’s ignoring a jail sentence.
The Real Housewives of New Jersey star and her husband, Juicy Joe Giudice, have been accused by prosecutors of concocting multiple scams in order to avoid paying taxes and they’re… Continue reading Wendy Williams Slams Teresa Giudice: Declares She’s ‘Delusional Not To Think About Jail Time’
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Do CBS executives want another Chuck Lorre sitcom on their schedule next season?
Of course they do!
The network has given Lorre’s Mom pilot a series order, along with three other shows. Mom follows a newly sober single mom (Anna Faris) tries to pull her life together in Napa Valley with help from her mom (Allison Janney).
Given that Lorre produces CBS… Continue reading Robin Williams, Will Arnett, Sarah Michelle Gellar comedies get CBS orders
Fans of HBO’s buzzy comedy “Girls” were shocked early April when news broke that Christopher Abbott was departing the series, after two season spent playing Charlie. While a majority of the cast, including creator and star Lena Dunham, remained relatively quiet about the shocker, Allison Williams has finally opened up about it.
Williams, who stars as Marnie, tells TVLine that Abbott’s sudden departure had a… Continue reading 'Girls' Season 3: Allison Williams says Christopher Abbott's exit had 'huge effect' on show