Having finalized his divorce from his fourth wife Yolanda Hadid earlier this month, the Canada native, 67, hasn’t completely sworn off women, having most recently been spotted with McPhee.
“It’s quite obvious by my track record that I love being married, so I wouldn’t say no to being married again,” Foster tells People exclusively. “I like the concept, I’m just not that good at it.”
His daughter, Erin Foster, recently had nothing but praise for McPhee.
“We just always did our best,” he said about living with Hadid’s illness, while talking to Et at the Grammy Museum’s third annual gala at The Novo in Los Angeles, California, on Tuesday. “We had some other issues as well, but everybody’s in a good place now. The main thing is that she’s healthy and in remission. She worked really hard at it and now she’s reaping the rewards of that.”
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In her new book, Believe Me: My Battle With the Invisible Disability of Lyme Disease, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star claims the debilitating illness, which is spread by ticks, created cracks in her marriage, which ended in
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Kathy Najimy (aka Sister Mary Patrick) and Wendy Makkena (aka Sister Mary Robert) joined Goldberg — who scored a 1992 Golden Globe nomination for playing Deloris Van-Cartier — to reminisce about filming the iconic comedy. One particularly exceptional story involved Najimy and Makkena putting porn on their hotel room TV, then ordering room service. (Oh, did I mention they were still wearing their full nun costumes?
While we patiently wait for the show’s new network to announce a premiere date, judges and hosts, we’re looking back at where it all began for the biggest stars to come out of the show’s first 15 seasons.
Underwood claimed the Idol crown in season 4. When we first made her acquaintance, she was an Oklahoma farm girl who had never even been on a plane, but her rendition of “I Can’t Make You Love Me” proved she was destined for bigger things.
Several cast members from The View — Joy Behar, Sunny Hostin, Jedediah Bila and Sara Haines — will appear in an episode of Daytime Divas, VH1’s upcoming drama about the behind-the-scenes shenanigans at a talk show called The Lunch Hour, TVLine has learned exclusively. All four women will play themselves.
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Also playing herself in an episode of Daytime Divas is (former View co-host) Star Jones, whose book Satan’s Sisters… a Novel of
The drama, based on a Korean format, has been given a 10-episode order, the network announced Friday. Somewhere Between centers on a mother who knows when and how her daughter will be murdered… but she doesn’t know who the murderer is. (Are you creeped out yet?)
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Here’s the full logline: “Laura Price isn’t crazy: She knows her daughter Serena is going to be murdered. She doesn’t know who the murderer is,
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Considering it’s been seven long months since the ABC drama wrapped its fifth season — a political rollercoaster almost as unbelievable as the one we just experienced in real life — no one would begrudge even the most die-hard fan for needing a refresher.
To that end, TVLine has put
Ruben Studdard and Clay Aiken — who famously battled on American Idol in 2003, with Studdard narrowly emerging victorious — reunited Thursday on The View for a bridge-building performance of Donny Hathaway’s “This Christmas.”
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Aiken got the spotlight for a full minute before being joined by Studdard — in a matching red sweater, no less — much to the delight of the studio audience. But as we learned during the pair’s post-performance interview, there were no real fences to be mended.
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For one, Hannah not only survived last week’s purposeful Michael Vaughn-ing, she immediately thereafter fended off the not-so-friendly bystander who came to her aide (by trying to choke her). Slamming the pedal to the metal, she knocked away the assailant, crashed her car anew, and then ushered her blood-gushing self out of the vehicle and down the street into an alleyway, while
The 34-year-old singer reveals that season-two winner, Ruben Studdard, could have given her a run for her Idol crown more than a decade ago.
"I feel like there are nights when I can be effortless and those are amazing," Clarkson explains of on an upcoming episode of Harry Connick Jr.'s talk show. "But he is effortless every time."
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While the "Velvet Teddy Bear" may be a better competitor in Clarkson's eyes, she remains one of the most successful American Idol winners. Besides selling more than 20 million albums worldwide, the Texas native is working on a new album, set for release in 2017.
As for her personal life, Clarkson and husband Brandon Blackstock have two children together -- 2-year-old daughter River Rose and
Smith, who was featured on the show's second season, was killed early Friday morning in a wrong-way wreck by an allegedly drunk driver, NewsOK and Koco report.
Smith was traveling on the I-240 freeway outside of Oklahoma City just after 3 a.m. when another driver, identified by the Oklahoma Highway Patrol as Gerardo Cerda Jr., collided head-on with Smith's Honda Accord. Cerda, 27, who was traveling west in the eastbound lane in a Gmc pickup truck, was treated at a local hospital following the crash. He was
Smith, who memorably donned a disco-fabulous Afro wig for a performance of Earth Wind and Fire’s “Let’s Groove” and wound up finishing eighth behind Ruben Studdard and Clay Aiken, was 36.
He was also known for smiling and chanting “Hercules! Hercules!” during his run on the show.
According to TMZ, Smith’s vehicle was hit head-on by another car traveling the wrong way down Oklahoma’s I-240. That driver was booked for DUI.
Several of Smith’s Idol compatriots took to social
Put on your eating pants. Celebrity Food Fight TV show on Food Network premieres with back-to-back episodes, Sunday, May 29, 2016, at 10:00 and 10:30pm Et/Pt. Conan's Andy Richter hosts. Guests in the first season of Celebrity Food Fight include Tom Arnold, Jonathan Bennett, Richard Blais, Anne Burrell, Kim Coles, Scott Conant, Coolio, Andy Dick, Graham Elliot, Bill Engvall, and Jennie Garth.
Other celebs appearing in Celebrity Food Fight, season one, include: Duff Goldman, Greg Grunberg, Alex Guarnaschelli, Penn Jillette, Kristen Johnston, Kevin Jonas, Christopher Knight, Katie Lee, Tara Lipinksi, Antonia Lofaso, Carlos Mencia, Damaris Phillips, Dr. Drew Pinsky, Caroline Rhea, Melissa Rivers, Aarón Sánchez, Jean Smart, Ruben Studdard, and Kendra Wilkinson.
The singer, actress and TV judge, 46, wiped tears from her eyes at the finale for the competition show's farewell season at Dolby Theater in Hollywood.
For the last time, Lopez sat alongside her fellow judges Keith Urban and Harry Connick Jr. for the finale of the show's fifteenth (and final) season – the end of Lopez's five-season stint as a judge.
In true, Lopez fashion, the star hit the Idol stage to perform her new single "Ain't Your Mama," in a quintessential Lopez performance, filled with outfit changes, sparkles and high-energy dance numbers.
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