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Ah, the summer of 2014: It was the best of times, it was the blurst of times. Though mostly, let’s face it, it was the worst. Yet even as horrific violence and heartbreakingly premature deaths and hemorrhagic fevers have marred the past few months, there have also been a few spots of levity. And most are thanks to butts.
True, the humble hiney is no stranger to celebration, especially when it’s warm outside. (You may, however, be shocked to learn that Sisquo’s “Thong Song” was actually released in January.) But this summer went above and beyond, prominently featuring ladies’ posteriors in movies, »
- Hillary Busis
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie once vowed never to get married until everyone in America could legally do so. But kids can be persistent. And over the years, their children repeatedly asked about if - which later became when - Mom and Dad would tie the knot. (And to be fair, Pitt and Jolie were both romantically drawn to the idea, too.) On Saturday, of course, they finally wed - with "I do" replacing "I won't," "I might" and "I will someday." It was a long road to that joyful day, though. Below, check out the couple's evolving views on the topic, »
- Tim Nudd, @nudd
Related Julianne Hough Returning to DWTS… As a Fourth Judge
As Comcast awaited approval to acquire NBCUniversal, producer Peter Chernin interviewed CEO Brian Roberts at the 2010 Cable Show. Chernin wondered whether Roberts was truly ready for the headaches associated with owning NBC, particularly the controversy potentially triggered by the news division and MSNBC.
But it hasn’t worked out that way — or rather, Roberts should certainly hope not. Instead, NBC News has experienced various pratfalls, having less to do with ratings (although in some key instances those have suffered) than with public relations, particularly in its botched handling of personnel changes at “Today” and “Meet the Press” leading to the painfully slow-motion, rumor-dogged departures of Ann Curry and more recently David Gregory.
Even taking it as a given that Gregory and Curry needed to be replaced, the process »
- Brian Lowry
The Dancing with the Stars cast for 2014's fall season (number 19) will be formally released live on Good Morning America on Thursday, Sept. 4, but spoilers are already being leaked online. Who's on DWTS season 19 so far? The names revealed who are reportedly going to be on DWTS are Janel Parrish (from ABC Family's Pretty Little Liars) Olympian Lolo Jones and General Hospital alum Antonio Sabato Jr. Another new name has also been tossed in, Us Weekly reveals Duck Dynasty star Sadie Robertson is on the DWTS roster of stars. Sadie is the 17-year old daughter of Willie and Korie Robinson and her mom says it's been a dream of hers to compete on the show. She told the magazine in an earlier interview, "Sadie I think wants to maybe be on a talk show and she wants to be on Dancing with the Stars!" Who else would you like »
Does camouflage look good with sequins? We will soon find out because E! News can report Duck Dynasty's Sadie Robertson is heading to Dancing With the Stars. Robertson, who is granddaughter of Duck patriarch Phil Robertson, is also a star in her own right with a YouTube channel and a dress line. ABC doesn't comment on casting rumors, but the full cast for the new season will be revealed on Good Morning America on September 4. The cast of season 19 so far includes Olympian Lolo Jones, Pretty Little Liars' Janel Parrish, and General Hospital Hunk Antonio Sabato Jr. Robertson, Parrish, Jones and Sabato will be part of the first batch of celebs ever to have Julianne Hough as »
Pitt and Jolie wed in a private ceremony attended by the couple's family and close friends, reported USA Today. Each of the couple’s six children participated in the ceremony. Their eldest sons – Maddox, 13, and Pax, 10 – walked Jolie down the aisle. Daughters Zahara, 9, and Vivienne, 6, served as flower girls, while Vivienne’s twin Knox, 6, and Shiloh, 8, were the ring bearers. The nuptials were presided over by a California judge.
Earlier this year, Jolie hinted that the wedding was approaching and that her children would be involved. "I think the important thing is that whenever we do it, that the kids do have a great time," she said on Good Morning America. "And we all take seriously the love and the connection between all of us. But »
Rob Marciano said goodbye to “Entertainment Tonight” on Wednesday with a smile. He is leaving his job as “Et” co-host to join ABC News’ “Weekend Good Morning America” as its new senior meteorologist. He will also join ABC News’ extreme weather team headed up by Ginger Zee. As part of the team, Marciano will appear across other ABC News properties. “The Insider's” Kevin Frazier will replace Marciano. Also read: ‘Et’ Co-Host Rob Marciano Heading to ‘Good Morning America’ (Exclusive) TheWrap was the first to report that Marciano would be leaving “Et.” During his farewell on Wednesday, Marciano confirmed TheWrap's report that Marciano wanted to. »
- Jethro Nededog
Chris Soules is officially the next star of The Bachelor! The news was announced on Good Morning America today, when Soules stopped by for a visit. The farm boy from Iowa was a finalist on Andi's season of The Bachelorette and was a fan favorite. It's nice to see the corn-fed guy get a second chance at love; hopefully he'll get his own fairy-tale ending. One person who's not as happy about this outcome is Arie Luyendyk Jr., who was also vying for the role of the next Bachelor. "Thanks for the kind words everyone," he tweeted. "It wasn't meant to be, and I'm okay with it. Happy I can move forward." Check out the video of Soules on Gma below! Watch more news videos | Latest from the Us »
America met ABC's new “Bachelor” during ”Good Morning America” on Wednesday. Chris Soules, an Iowa farmer who failed to win over the heart of “The Bachelorette” Andi Dorfman earlier this summer, will have his pick of women when “The Bachelor” returns for its 19th season in January. See video: Brian Williams Reveals a Hilarious ‘Bachelorette’ Obsession “I believe in the process. I believe in what I went through on the previous show and that's why I'm doing it,” Soules said during his “Gma” interview. ”I wouldn't do it if I didn't feel like that was a potential.” Fans of the »
- Greg Gilman
Mona lives! A Pretty Little Liars star is set to bring the drama to Dancing With the Stars when it returns for its 19th season on Sept. 15. While ABC doesn't comment on casting rumors, a source exclusively tells E! News that Janel Parrish, best known as Mona on the ABC Family hit series, will be competing for the mirrorball trophy when the show returns on Sept. 15. Also heading to DWTS? Olympic hurdler and bobsledder Lolo Jones. The full cast for the new season will be revealed on Good Morning America on Sept. 4. Of course, any Pretty Little Liars fan will be happy to hear that Parrish is already moving on after (Spoiler alert!) the shocking death of her character, Mona, in the ABC »
There's a new "Bachelor" in town!
Chris Soules, known by fans from Andi Dorfman's season of "The Bachelorette" as "Farmer Chris," was officially announced on "Good Morning America" as the next guy who will hand out the coveted roses to women competing for his love.
"I mean, coming from a small town I never really expected to have this opportunity to be on either show let alone to be the lead on 'The Bachelor,' so it's been awesome," he said on Wednesday's "Gma." "I'm humbled, flattered, grateful."
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After making it to the final three in Andi Dorfman’s season of “The Bachelorette,” Soules will again vie for love in season 19 of the “Bachelor” franchise, and believes he can “absolutely” find love again after being rejected by Dorfman. “I wouldn’t do it if I didn’t feel like that was a potential,” he insisted on “Gma.”
After getting the offer, Soules admitted that, “I was humbled, flattered, grateful. Coming from a small town, I’d never really expected to have this opportunity to be on either show, let alone be the lead on ‘The Bachelor,’ so it’s been awesome.”
The 32-year-old farmer hails from Arlington, Iowa and said that coming into the new season, “My focus is »
- Laura Prudom
It's official ... Chris Soules is the new "Bachelor!"The Iowa farmer, who was a fan favorite during Andi Dorfman's "Bachelorette" season, confirmed that he will be looking for love on the upcoming season of "The Bachelor." "I believe in the process," he said on "Good Morning America" Wednesday. "I believe in what I went through on the previous show and that's why I'm doing it.""My focus is going to be to make the girls that are on the show as comfortable as possible," he added. "Because that was my first initial challenge, was opening up to Andi. I'm going to do my best."The 32-year-old fan favorite also revealed that he's thankful to be selected for the upcoming season 19 slot. "Coming from a small town, I'd never really expected to have this opportunity to be on either show, let alone be the lead on 'The Bachelor,' so it's been awesome, »
- tooFab Staff
It's official: Chris Soules is the next Bachelor. The former Bachelorette contestant was officially announced on Good Morning America Wednesday morning. Soules competed during Andi Dorfman's season of The Bachelorette. E! previously reported Chris was the next Bachelor. Soules, known to fans as "Farmer Chris," was the frontrunner for some time. Sources previously told E! News it was between Farmer Chris and Arie Luyendyk Jr. Arie took to Twitter earlier this week to announce he was out of the running to be the next Bachelor. "I'm not the Bachelor, have fun on the farm people," Arie wrote, before adding, "Thanks for the kind words everyone. It wasn't meant to be, »
"I was humbled, flattered, grateful," he said during the reveal. "Coming from a small town I never expected to have this opportunity to be on either show, let alone be the lead on The Bachelor. So it's been awesome."
Soules, 32, became a fan-favorite on the most recent season of The Bachelorette and made it to the Final 3. During his fantasy suite date with Andi, she decided to let him go before the night was over. Following his exit, the Iowa farmer told us, "It's Ok to [be vulnerable]. When I get the opportunity with the right person, I can do that and still survive if it doesn't work out and still do it again. This helped me learn a lot about myself and how to cope and put yourself in situations and »
- Robyn Ross
Will Chris Soules ever love any woman as much as he loves corn? We’re about to find out.
On today’s Good Morning America, Soules was officially announced as the next Bachelor. Although it’s not a surprising pick—most everyone predicted this was a possibility at some point—it is one that took a surprising amount of time to make.
Soules, also known as the hot farmer from Iowa on Andi’s season of The Bachelorette, didn’t gain much of a fan following until the end of his time on the show, which could’ve led to the show’s slow decision-making. »
- Samantha Highfill
Hay hay there! Chris Soules was officially announced as ABC's new Bachelor on Good Morning America, Wednesday, Aug. 27. The Iowa farmer, 32, was a fan favorite during Andi Dorfman's recently-concluded Bachelorette season. The season 10 Bachelorette sobbed when she sent Soules home before the fantasy suite night. "As soon as I realized that there wasn't that future with Chris," Dorfman told Us Weekly last month, "I think that was the appropriate time to go." Eventually, Dorfman ended up with another frontrunner, Josh Murray, and Soules gets a [...] »
“It's still very surreal," Soules, 32, told People about becoming the Bachelor. "It's going to be very difficult, but I just want to be very open-minded and have fun and get to know these women."
Soules emerged as a frontrunner to become the next star of The Bachelor after becoming a viewer favorite in the late stages of The Bachelorette’s tenth season. Though he seemed like the most probable choice ever since his elimination, Harrison didn’t announce Soules as the next Bachelor on the After the Final Rose special, when the next Bachelor is traditionally announced.
“There are endless discussions and heated debates on which direction to go and what to do,” Harrison explained at the time. “We are very close to making that decision, »
Are you ready to see even more of this hunk on your TV? Good, because Antonio Sabato Jr. is going to compete on Dancing With the Stars this season! While ABC doesn't comment on casting rumors, sources tells E! News that the General Hospital star is going to be one of the stars competing this cycle. The full cast will be announced on Good Morning America on Sept. 4. Italian-born Sabato is best known for his role on the daytime soap General Hospital, but he also gained popularity (and quite a lot of admirers...us included!) for his work as a Calvin Klein model. Seriously, check out that photo above and try not to drool. This season will see a major shake-up on DWTS when it comes to the judges. E! »
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