The Osbournes Returning to Reality TV

November 12th
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One of the original reality tv shows The Osbournes will be returning to television!  The Osbournes originally ran for four seasons on MTV from 2002 to 2005 and the queen of reality tv Sharon Osbournes family is now getting an eight-episode follow-up in 2015.

“It’s been so long … our family has grown,” Osbourne told her fellow co-hosts on the CBS talker. “We have a gorgeous daughter-in-law.”  Osbourne credits her longtime husband Ozzy for coming up with the idea to bring back the program.

“He looked back on his life and he said, ‘I wish we could have done The Osbournes now where I’m clean and sober.’ So much to talk about … Ozzy is coming up with his last tour with Black Sabbath.”

Jessica Simpson New Short Haircut

October 26th
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Former reality star Jessica Simpson keeps it short as she debuts a brand new haircut from her hair stylist Roque Jimenez.  In a surprise Instagram post Saturday evening, the mother-of-two showed off her new short cut to all of her fans and followers.

“Short hair don’t care,” she captioned while posing for a selfie. “Cut by my favorite @Roqchop and blondie by the best of all time @RitaHazan”

Photo Source:  Jessica Simpson (Instagram)

Here Comes Honey Boo Boo Canceled

October 24th
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The hit reality show Here Comes Honey Boo Boo is on its way to cancellation. TLC has pulled the plug on the reality series following a scandal with Alana ”Honey Boo BooThompson and her family. The news comes after reports that Mama June (June Shannon) was dating a convicted child molester.

“TLC has cancelled the series Here Comes Honey Boo Boo and ended all activities around the series, effective immediately,” the network said in a statement. “Supporting the health and welfare of these remarkable children is our only priority. TLC is faithfully committed to the children’s ongoing comfort and well-being.”

Bethenny Frankel Returns to Real Housewives

October 21st
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Bravo has officially confirmed that former Real Housewives reality star Bethenny Frankel will be returning to The Real Housewives of New York City for season 7! The network made the announcement in a press release on Monday, Oct. 20th releasing the following statement.


“I’m genuinely excited, with a side of slightly nervous, for my return to The Real Housewives of New York City,” Frankel, 43, said in the Bravo statement. “Bravo has always been the place on television where I have the freedom to be unfiltered, honest and inappropriate, with an audience who has been with me from the beginning. I can’t wait to see what this next chapter brings for all of us. Watch what happens!”

Hollywood Divas Premiere

October 11th
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The cast of “Hollywood Divas” looked fabulous as they posed for photographers on the red carpet at the reality show’s L.A. premiere on Wednesday night at OHM Nightclub.

DWTS Season 19 Cast Announced

September 7th
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The 19th season of ABC’s hit reality show Dancing with the Stars cast has officially been announced!  This season’s cast of celebrity dancers includes a fashion icon, a YouTube sensation, a NASCAR legend, and a movie star, to name a few. The stars will grace the ballroom floor for the first time on live national television with their professional partners during the two-hour season premiere of Dancing with the Stars, which airs Monday, September 15th (8:00-10:01 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.

Bachelor in Paradise Reality Show

July 24th
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25 of “The Bachelor’s” biggest stars and most controversial contestants are back looking for a second chance at love on Bachelor in Paradise, most leaving The Bachelor or The Bachelorette with teary eyes and broken hearts, but now they know what it really takes to find love!  On Bachelor in Paradise they’ll get a second chance to find their soul mates. Contestants will live together in an isolated romantic paradise in Mexico and explore new romantic relationships.


Bachelor in Paradise begins with 14 former cast members, eight women and six men, including fan favorites like Marquel Martin and Michelle Mondey who travel to beautiful Tulum, Mexico hoping to turn a potential summer fling into the real thing. However, in true “Bachelor” fashion, there is always a surprise.

The season premiere is set for Monday August 4th 8|7c on abc for the full list of Bachelor in Paradise cast members

Kourtney Kardashian is Pregnant!

June 10th
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A little less than two years after welcoming daughter Penelope with longtime boyfriend “Sir” Scott Disick, Kourtney Kardashian revealed she is pregnant again and expecting baby No. 3.  This reality star news was revealed by multiple sources exclusively in the new issue of Us Weekly on newsstands now.  ”She is only a few months along,” an inside source told Us Weekly.

“It was planned,” a source told Us of the new addition to the Kardashian klan, who will join older brother Mason, 4, and baby #2 sister Penelope, 23 months. “[Kourtney] wants to have a handful of kids.”  The reality tv couple will welcome their new baby in December, a third insider confirms to Us. “They don’t know the gender yet,” the source says. “They just want the baby to be healthy.”

Prince Harry Reality Show

May 21st
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Matt Hicks an average British dude is the star of the new Fox reality dating show I Wanna Marry “Harry”, in which 12 American girls vie for the attention of a man they believe may be Prince William’s younger eligible brother, Harry.  Matt told the New York Magazine Vulture on Tuesday, May 20th, that he thought the idea for the show was “hilarious,” even though he knew he’d probably be the target of “endless mockery.”

Asked what his friends and family thought of the idea, Hicks told Vulture: “They think it’s absolutely hilarious, as you would. I’ve put myself up for endless mockery. They find it really bizarre, I think.”  “That was my first foray into dating American women and it was quite an eye opener,” Hicks tells People.

I Wanna Marry “Harry” premieres Tuesday night at 8pm on FOX after the performance finale of American Idol.

Dancing With The Stars: Disney Night Recap

April 15th
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Drew Carey and Cheryl Burke

Drew and Cheryl breathed a sigh of relief before their routine, as Tom Bergeron announced that they were safe from elimination. Unfortunately, their quickstep this week — to “Friend Like Me” from Aladdin — wasn’t quite up to par, though it did feature a fun animated guest appearance in the form of the Genie.

“This routine was, I tell you, zip a dee doo dah,” judge Len Goodman said. “The performance had plenty of zip, the technique was very doo dah.” Added Bruno Tonioli: “You always deliver great performances, but the quickstep requires very, very precise delivery.”

Score: 28 out of 40 (7 from each judge)

Charlie White and Sharna Burgess

Like Drew and Cheryl before them, Charlie and Sharna went into their dance knowing that they would not be eliminated at the end of the night. That knowledge seemed to put a little extra spring in their step; with the exception of one dropped prop, their jazz number to the fast-paced “Supercalifragilisticexpialadocious” from Mary Poppins was, in Bruno’s words, “almost perfect.”

“That was one of the best performances we’ve ever seen,” Bruno gushed. Added Len: “Don’t worry about Mary Poppins, that was eye-poppin’!” Of the dropped umbrella, he said, “I’m not worried, because I thought you just came out and wowed this place.”

Score: 37 out of 40 (10 from Len, 9 from everyone else)

Danica McKellar and Val Chmerkovskiy

Danica and Val — also safe from elimination this week — wowed the judges with their quickstep to the Beauty and the Beast classic “Be Our Guest.” Carrie Ann Inaba was so impressed, in fact, that she got up to give Danica a hug after the routine. “You matched perfectly! It was like my own version of Beauty and the Beast come to life just for me!” she raved. Added guest judge Donny Osmond: “Both of you guys knocked it out of the park.”

Score: 39 out of 40 (9 from Len, 10 from everyone else)

Amy Purdy and Derek Hough

Amy and Derek have consistently been near the top of the leaderboard, but they struggled a bit to prepare for this week’s dance, a waltz to the Cinderella song “So This Is Love.” Amy broke down at multiple points during rehearsal, visibly discouraged by her disability. “This is the first time I feel like my legs aren’t working the way they’re supposed to,” she said through her tears. “This is the hardest dance yet.”

Ultimately, she and Derek pulled through, once again exceeding everyone’s expectations. “I don’t know how you’re doing it, but you are doing it. You are a serious contender,” Donny gushed. Carrie Ann, meanwhile, noted that she would normally take points off for lifts but felt they were warranted given the circumstances. “I thought you were so elegant,” she told Amy.

Score: 37 out of 40 (10 from Donny, 9 from everyone else)

Cody Simpson and Witney Carson

Cody and Witney went into their dance a little uncertainly, after Tom Bergeron broke the bad news that they were one of the couples in jeopardy this week. They definitely had something to prove — and they did so with an energetic samba to “I Just Can’t Wait to Be King” from The Lion King. “You really came out and sold that,” Len said. Donny disagreed, telling Cody it didn’t seem like he was enjoying himself.

Score: 34 out of 40 (9 from Carrie Ann and Bruno, 8 from Len and Donny)

NeNe Leakes and Tony Dovolani

Things were definitely tense between NeNe and Tony after last week’s switch-up — even before they found out they were in jeopardy. At one point during rehearsals, NeNe got so fed up with what she perceived as a bad attitude from Tony that she walked out on him. “You’ve got an attitude,” she told him. “If you want to go back to Candace, you call production so you can go back to Candace…I don’t deserve an attitude. So goodbye.”

In the end, though, they patched things up and came back stronger than ever, with a high-scoring foxtrot to “Cruella de Vil” from 101 Dalmatians. “The switch-up was the best thing that ever happened to you!” Carrie Ann exclaimed. Added Len: “I’m telling you, you two are a match made in dance heaven.”

Score: 36 out of 40 (9 from each judge)

James Maslow and Peta Murgatroyd

James’ intro package featured a special-needs high school student named Hannah, who invited him to prom via a viral YouTube video. Because of DWTS rehearsals, however, James was unable to accept — so to make it up to Hannah, he invited her, her mom, and her sister to watch his performance this week, a contemporary routine to the Oscar-winning song “Let It Go” from Frozen.

The dance ended up being James and Peta’s best yet — and the first of any couple’s routine this season to earn a perfect score. “That would melt even the coldest heart, even mine,” Len raved. Donny, too, praised the “amazing choreography” and “mesmerizing” athleticism, while Carrie Ann confessed that she cried through the whole thing. “Every move you did was pure emotion,” she gushed.

Score: 40 out of 40 (10 from each judge)

Meryl Davis and Maks Chmerkovskiy

Maks was told last week by guest judge Julianne Hough that it seemed like he was just “phoning it in” during his dance with Danica McKellar. The other judges didn’t necessarily agree, but there’s no denying that he’s better when he’s with Meryl. “You actually dance like you’re part of one body,” Carrie Ann marveled after the couple’s samba to “I Wanna Be Like You” from The Jungle Book. “You guys, from the get-go,” Donny piped in, “have set the bar so high.”

Score: 36 out of 40 (9 from each judge)

Candace Cameron Bure and Mark Ballas

After ending up on the bottom of the leaderboard last week, Candace was ready to take some risks with both her dancing and her costumes. She even loosened up her “no sexy outfits” rule and rocked a seashell bra, sequined skirt, and red wig as Ariel from The Little Mermaid. The judges praised her samba to “Under the Sea,” though Carrie Ann said she thought Candace could be even better. “You’re one of my favorite movers on this season,” she said. “It was very well-rehearsed and well-executed, but you have another notch.”

Score: 35 out of 40 (8 from Carrie Ann, 9 from everyone else)

in the end, Candace and Mark joined Cody and Witney and NeNe and Tony on the chopping block. Candace and NeNe were saved by viewer votes, leaving Cody — whose hordes of teenage fans brought hand-painted signs to the ballroom every week — out in the cold.

“I’m sad,” Witney said after their elimination. “I feel like people didn’t really get a chance to see Cody yet.”

Cody, too, was disappointed, but grateful for the short time he’d had on the show. “Dancing With the Stars has affected my life in an overwhelmingly positive way,” he said in his farewell package. “It’s definitely an experience I’ll remember for the rest of my life.”?