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Personal Trainer Needs Help for Her Life-Threatening Illegal Butt Implants: ‘It’s Just Rock-Hard’

Personal Trainer Needs Help for Her Life-Threatening Illegal Butt Implants: ‘It’s Just Rock-Hard’
A personal trainer is looking to The Doctors for help after her illegal butt implants started causing her major pain.

Jenelle Butler decided to get butt injections in 2010, soon after the birth of her son.

“After I had my son I was going through post-partum depression,” Butler, 35, explains in this exclusive clip from Tuesday’s episode of The Doctors. “I felt insecure about how I looked.”

The Atlanta-based mom-of-three decided to go with an unlicensed procedure.

“The word on the street was you call, you make an appointment, rent a room and bring cash,” Butler says. “You’re not supposed to ask any questions.
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Orange Juice and Espresso? Kim Kardashian’s Bff Jonathan Cheban Talks Crazy New Food Combinations

Orange Juice and Espresso? Kim Kardashian’s Bff Jonathan Cheban Talks Crazy New Food Combinations
But would Kim Kardashian try it?

The reality star’s best friend and self-proclaimed “Food God,” Jonathan Cheban, is testing out crazy food combinations on Monday’s episode of the syndicated daytime series, The Doctors — and they’re not for the faint of heart.

Cheban introduces host Dr. Travis Stork and his cohost, Dr. Andrew Ordon, to a grimace-inducing orange juice and espresso concoction.

“People come up with the craziest stuff. So people have orange juice for breakfast, and espresso. And now people are actually mixing it,” Cheban explains.

“Do you actually mix them, or do you do the shot and then?
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Black Eyed Peas' Taboo Reveals Secret Battle With Cancer

Black Eyed Peas' Taboo Reveals Secret Battle With Cancer
Black Eyed Peas member Taboo is a proud cancer survivor.

The 41-year-old rapper, whose real name is Jaime Luis Gomez, reveals he was diagnosed with stage 2 testicular cancer in June 2014 in a new interview, and that he went through 12 weeks of intense, aggressive chemotherapy out of the public eye. Taboo says he was diagnosed after going to the emergency room for what he thought was the flu.

"It all started with a pain in my back and abdomen," he tells People. "The very next day I went into surgery to have the 'mother ship' removed. But my fight had just begun."

Watch: Black Eyed Peas Remixed 'Where Is the Love' With A-Listers and You Have to Watch

The rapper says his family and bandmates -- will.i.am., Fergie, and apl.de.ap -- were all in shock, though there wasn't much time to process the news. Taboo immediately underwent treatment after getting the diagnosis.

"Will.i.am instantly
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Brielle Biermann Says She Hasn’t ‘Had All This Work Done’: ‘All I’ve Done Is My Lips’

Brielle Biermann Says She Hasn’t ‘Had All This Work Done’: ‘All I’ve Done Is My Lips’
Kim Zolciak-Biermann and her daughter Brielle have both openly spoken about getting lip fillers, and Brielle is tired of getting social media backlash for it.

“They all tell me that I’ve ruined my face,” Brielle, 19, says on Wednesday’s episode of The Doctors, hosted by Dr. Travis Stork. “They think I’ve had all this work done on my face when in reality all I’ve done is my lips, and I feel like I’ve been very open about it so it’s annoying.”

Co-host Dr. Andrew Ordon chimes in in her support.

“You’ve had your lips
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Woman Who Has Been Bullied for Rare Genetic Condition Will Get Help from The Doctors

Woman Who Has Been Bullied for Rare Genetic Condition Will Get Help from The Doctors
Ashley Narragon was born with oral-facial-digital syndrome type 1, a rare genetic condition that causes physical abnormalities, and in some cases intellectual disabilities.

“The symptoms that I was born with, I have a clover-shaped tongue, I have bald spots, my nose is severely crooked, my teeth are overcrowded, my jaw is not formed right, my fingers and toes are smaller than most people my age,” Narragon, 27, says on this exclusive clip from Thursday’s episode of The Doctors.

Narragon says growing up she was bullied for her appearance.

“When I was little, there were a lot of kids that would say
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‘The Doctors’ at 1,000 Episodes: Show Finds Success in Mixing Info and Entertainment

‘The Doctors’ at 1,000 Episodes: Show Finds Success in Mixing Info and Entertainment
The Doctors” began as, and remains today, a show that exists to answer its audience’s pressing health questions, no matter how small.

“I just listen in a different way,” says Jay McGraw, creator and executive producer of CBS Television Distribution’s “The Doctors,” who got his start in TV working with his father, Dr. Phil McGraw. “We were receiving so many letters at the ‘Dr. Phil’ show that were asking medical questions, and we just answered the questions that we were being asked.”

“When we first took it out, there was no other show out there like it,” says Joseph Disalvo, CBS Television Distribution’s president of broadcast sales, noting that “The Doctors” has been renewed through the 2015-16 TV season.

“The panel shows work, and this show offers a takeaway while entertaining the audience.”

At first, McGraw and his panel of real-life doctors — including Drs. Travis Stork, Andrew Ordon and Jim Sears,
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Meet the Original Doctors of ‘The Doctors’

Meet the Original Doctors of ‘The Doctors’
Dr. Travis Stork

Aka: ‘The Host’

Stork’s trek to TV was an unlikely one.

The Emmy-nominated host is a magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa and Alpha Omega Alpha graduate of Duke and the U. of Virginia, but his TV break came when the easy-on-the-eyes doc was approached by a casting director to join ABC’s “The Bachelor.”

After that, Stork began appearing regularly on “Dr. Phil,” and was ultimately tapped by Jay McGraw as he was creating “The Doctors.”

“What I try to do on the show is teach and share with people all of the little things they can do to improve their health,” says Stork, who lives in Colorado and practices what he preaches, riding his bike to work and hiking, mountain biking and skiing in his limited free time. “I think our show has really empowered people. Viewers tell me they feel more knowledgeable and
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French Zombie Series ‘The Returned’ Being Adapted by A&E

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French Zombie Series ‘The Returned’ Being Adapted by A&E
A&E is taking on the French zombie series “The Returned” with its own adaptation, A&E said Friday. The adaptation will be a co-production of A&E Studios and FremantleMedia North America. Also read: Dr. Phil to Produce ‘Marriage Test’ Special for A&E David McKillop, general manager and executive vice president of A&E, said that the adaptation will serve as a “perfect complement” to the netork’s other scripted offerings, which includes the Norman Bates revamp “Bates Motel.” “’The Returned’ takes an incredibly unique approach, filled with suspense and twists and turns, to the subject of the living dead,
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Wendi McLendon-Covey talks the perils of starring in an '80s-set comedy

Wendi McLendon-Covey talks the perils of starring in an '80s-set comedy
Tonight’s premiere of the new ABC comedy The Goldbergs, a semi-autobiographical look at exec producer Adam F. Goldberg’s childhood in the ’80s, cannot come soon enough for star Wendi McLendon-Covey (Bridesmaids, Reno 911!), who plays the family’s matriarch: “I try to keep it realistic, like, this is what a woman of that age in that era would’ve worn, and sometimes, the jumpsuits are a little bedazzled. I forget when I’m on the Sony lot that I’m dressed like that, and I go walking around in my wig and my jumpsuit, and the show hasn’t aired yet,
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Daytime ratings: 'The Talk' tied with 'The View'

Daytime ratings: 'The Talk' tied with 'The View'
The broadcast networks may have only begun the new TV season on Monday but the race for dominance kicked off much earlier in the world of daytime talk shows.

New hosts on the The View, not to mention the revelation of those crazy secrets on The Talk, didn’t help to unseat Dr. Phil; he still remains the No. 1 talker in daytime among women 25-54, according to Nielsen results through the week of Sept. 9. Meanwhile, kudos to Michael Strahan, who’s been a great addition to Kelly and Michael. He and Ms. Ripa are currently ranked No. 2 in the key demo.
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Promo For TV One's Roland Martin-Hosted 'News One Now' + Donna Wilson Named Exec Producer

TV One has named television veteran Donna Wilson as Executive Producer of its new, live one-hour, weekday morning news program News One Now, which will be hosted by Roland S. Martin.Prior to joining TV One, Ms. Wilson was based in Chicago working on nonfiction projects, including TV One’s Deceived and Find Our Missing, as well as, Biography Channel’s John Gotti and Crucibles of Courage hosted by then Senator Barack Obama, Paramount’s Dr. Phil and numerous other programs. She has also worked as a field producer at the CNN Chicago Bureau and served as a producer, reporter and host at Netv in Lincoln, Nebraska as well as a fill-in...
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Promo For TV One's Roland Martin-Hosted 'News One Now' + Donna Wilson Named Exec Producer

TV One has named television veteran Donna Wilson as Executive Producer of its new, live one-hour, weekday morning news program News One Now, which will be hosted by Roland S. Martin.Prior to joining TV One, Ms. Wilson was based in Chicago working on nonfiction projects, including TV One’s Deceived and Find Our Missing, as well as, Biography Channel’s John Gotti and Crucibles of Courage hosted by then Senator Barack Obama, Paramount’s Dr. Phil and numerous other programs. She has also worked as a field producer at the CNN Chicago Bureau and served as a producer, reporter and host at Netv in Lincoln, Nebraska as well as a fill-in reporter for the NBC affiliate in Omaha, Nebraska.Ms. Wilson received a Cine Golden Eagle Award for the CNN documentary Private Schools, Public Money, received the American Cancer Society/Jim Raglin Media Award for reporting, and a shared
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Geek Girl Navigating the World – Attack of the Tattoo Shows

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When you’re sick with a summer cold, sometimes the energy to change the channel completely escapes you. During those times, you just end up watching things that you ordinarily wouldn’t. My feelings towards reality TV have already been documented, at least in terms of competition shows, in another column. I was stuck at home, trying to keep my eyelids propped open around a blistering headache and wishing that the cold medicine would kick in and do some good. I was in misery and the most that I could bring myself to accomplish was avoiding another rerun of Dr. Phil or Matlock.

There were some reruns of “Law & Order” running on a channel, which makes me suspect that there is some unwritten law of syndication that dictates that at any given time there must be an episode of a “Law & Order” spin-off and an episode of one of the “C.
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Daytime Emmy nominations: 'Young and the Restless' leads CBS

Daytime Emmy nominations: 'Young and the Restless' leads CBS
The Young and the Restless tallied 23 nominations as honors were announced this morning for the 40th annual Daytime Emmy Awards. Restless’ impressive take helped CBS lead all networks with 50 overall nominations. PBS and ABC followed, with 44 and 38 nods, respectively.

General Hospital, which earned 19 nominations, joined Restless in the race for Outstanding Drama Series, and Sesame Street received 17 nods, including three for Kevin Clash, the voice of Elmo who faces allegations of sexual misconduct.

Good Morning America and Today will bring their ratings rivalry to the Emmys, where they’ll be joined by CBS Sunday Morning in the Outstanding Morning Program category.
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Valerie Harper: Ready To Say ‘Bye’ To Her Family

After revealing that she has terminal brain cancer, the ‘Rhoda’ star said in a new interview that she is ‘scared’ for her family, but she is ready to die. So sad.

Valerie Harper, 73, made the tragic announcement on March 6 that she had been diagnosed with terminal brain cancer, and in two new interviews she revealed how scared she is. The iconic TV actress appeared on The Today Show on March 11 to talk about her tragic illness, and she told host Savannah Guthrie that she “doesn’t want to go” but she is ready to say “bye bye” to her family. On The Doctors, she admitted that she wants to be “less afraid of death.” So inspirational.

Valerie Harper Talks About Her Illness On ‘The Today Show

Valerie looked stunning when she appeared on The Today Show, and she certainly did not look like someone who has been given three months to live.
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Valerie Harper Will Appear On ‘The Doctors’ To Discuss Brain Cancer

After revealing that she has terminal brain cancer, the ‘Rhoda’ star will appear on ‘The Doctors’ to discuss her diagnosis.

Valerie Harper, 73, shocked everyone when she revealed on March 6 that she had been diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. The iconic TV actress continues to be open about her diagnosis and will appear on The Doctors on March 11 to further discuss her cancer.

Valerie will sit down with the show’s doctors Travis Stork, Lisa Masterson, and Andrew Ordon, along with her own team of doctors to examine her diagnosis of brain cancer. Valerie’s story will fill the entire hour of the talk show and will feature surprise appearances by former co-stars Ed Asner and Cloris Leachman.

Valerie Harper Reveals She Has Terminal Brain Cancer

On March 6, The Mary Tyler Moore star bravely announced that she has been diagnosed with leptomeningeal carcinomatosis, a rare kind of cancer where cancer cells
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7 get-bikini-ready tips from “The Doctors” host Dr. Andrew Ordon!

You’ve seen him on the Emmy® award-winning syndicated daytime talk show The Doctors and its companion web site, dispensing advice about the latest developments in plastic and reconstructive surgery, and even undergoing critical medical tests on-camera so that viewers can better understand why they need them and what to expect. Now acclaimed aesthetic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon has compiled some of his best skin-care, anti-aging, and health and wellness tips and practices into a new book, Better in 7: The Ultimate Seven-Day Guide to a Better You, available exclusively at TheBookNook.com.The book offers 21 surgery-free plans that target women’s “hot button” issues from cellulite and wrinkles to [...]
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Daytime Emmys 2012: ABC and 'General Hospital' lead the nomination pack

The Daytime Emmy nominations were announced on Wednesday (May 9), and it was a great day for ABC. The network topped the list with 56 total nods. It was closely followed by PBS with 51.

The soap "General Hospital" helped lead the way for ABC. The program secured 23 nominations including for Outstanding Drama Series. "Sesame Street" and "The Young and the Restless" tied at 16 nominations each.

It was also a fond farewell for the two recently canceled soaps "All My Children" and "One Life to Live." The daytime dramas both secured 11 nominations.

The 39th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards will be held June 23.

Following are the nominations for key categories. The full list is at emmyonline.tv.

Outstanding Drama Series

"All My Children," ABC

"Days of Our Lives," NBC

"General Hospital," ABC

"The Young and the Restless," CBS

Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series

Crystal Chappell as Dr. Carly Manning, "Days of our Lives,
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'General Hospital' leads Daytime Emmy noms; 'Bold and Beautiful' left out

'General Hospital' leads Daytime Emmy noms; 'Bold and Beautiful' left out
ABC’s General Hospital leads the way with 23 nominations for Daytime Emmy Awards.

The television academy announced Wednesday that the venerable soap opera will compete with NBC’s Days of Our Lives, CBS’ The Young and the Restless and the canceled All My Children of ABC for best daytime drama. NBC’s The Bold and the Beautiful has won the trophy three years in a row but wasn’t nominated this year.

Other repeat winners are possible, though: Ben Bailey of Cash Cab was nominated for best game show host and Dr. Mehmet Oz as best talk show host.

Sesame Street
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Coco's Big Booty Mystery Solved on 'The Doctors'

'Ice Loves Coco' star Coco Austin settles the rumors her behind was enhanced on The Doctors! As part of The Doctors annual .Most Embarrassing Questions. episode, Coco Austin of "Ice Loves Coco" is welcomed on the nationally syndicated daytime series to prove once and for all, that her large posterior is indeed real! Dogged by years of rumors that her butt has been enhanced with implants, Coco asked to help her lay rest to years of questions and comments from critics with a tell-all ultrasound. Coco Austin from the E! reality series, "Ice Loves Coco," goes into The Doctors examination room with co-host and board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Andrew Ordon. After careful examination of Coco's buttocks through ultrasound, Dr.
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