Kids Incorporated (1984–1993)
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Our gallery also includes TV stars of yore, like Black Eyed Peas songstress Fergie, who got her start in the ’80s children series Kids Incorporated.
Jennifer Love Hewitt has been acting since she was a child appearing in TV commercials and Disney Channel's Kids Incorporated and shot to fame as Sarah Merrin on the popular teen drama Party of Five nearly 20 years ago.
"It's crazy!" she said, of the Fox series' milestone anniversary. "I feel very old all of a sudden."
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The young star was only 16-years-old when Party of Five premiered in 1995 and told us that working on the show was a "really amazing time" in her life.
"I think it was very helpful for me as a teenager because I was so angsty on the show that I never, I was too tired by the time I got home to actually do any of that stuff in real life so
Born Stacy Ann Ferguson, the name change is meant to reflect the names by which the singer is known by now. Fergie's lawyer told TMZ that his client wanted her name to "conform to the first name which she is commonly and professionally known as, and has been for many years."
This makes sense, considering that the singer hasn't gone by "Stacy" professionally since her "Kids Incorporated" days. Plus, she has been married to actor Josh Duhamel for more than four years.
Fergie will be required to publish a notice in a local paper for four consecutive weeks and will then find out the fate of her name during a Aug. 16 hearing.
“Simon is very interested,” a source told Us Weekly. And who wouldn’t be interested on having Hewitt just being herself on a regular basis? I think she’s a darling. She definitely knows the media industry.
The 34-year-old former Ghost Whisperer and current star of the Client List is also a former pop star, dontcha know. Her song “BareNaked” hit the charts back in 2002. Of course, Simon would never put all his eggs into one basket. He is also said to be considering Reba McEntire and Kelly Rowland, who last judged 2011′s U.K. X Factor. Reba is a very big name and I dare say even better loved by the masses than Hewitt. But what is the country singer’s schedule like?
"Simon is very interested," says the source, who also names Reba McEntire and Kelly Rowland as being in the running.
A rep for "The X Factor" says this is all "pure speculation," but a friend of Rowland's says that Kelly is "nearly a done deal."
So, how do we feel about these possibilities? Rowland at least has some experience. She previously judged the U.K. version of the singing competition show. But does she have the personality?
Hewitt and McEntire have not been judges or mentors on anything like "X Factor," but both have musical backgrounds. McEntire's is obvious -- she's a two-time Grammy winner with 10 other noms under her belt for the music award.
It's not for us to judge.
Just kidding! Of course it is. Here are 10 of the most bizarre Hollywood couples ever, past and present.
Tom Cruise and Cher
Tom Cruise and Cher got together in the mid-1980s, and while we weren't there at the time or anything, it certainly feels like it was more of a "Hey, you're internationally famous? Crazy, I'm internationally famous too! Let's bone!" type of relationship than one based on love. Depressingly for all of us, somewhere in an alternate universe, their firstborn is debuting his/her/its bestselling tell-all book, "Cher-ry Maguire: My Life with Tom and Cher" right now on Dr. Phil.
Written by Ken Kristensen
Art and Cover by M.K. Perker and Colorist Cemal Soyleyen
Published by Image Comics
When a comic is prefaced with a special thanks to Todd Solondz (director of Welcome to the Dollhouse and Happiness), it’s safe to assume you’re in for a work of thorny humor. Angsty eccentricity is the sap of the suburban comedy, but writer Ken Kristensen and artist M.K. Perker’s Todd the Ugliest Kid on Earth trades in angst for innocence in what is surely the boldest, most controversial book released so far this year.
Issue one of this new mini-series sets up a colorful ensemble of complicated characters who each represent a different mindset of suburban America. Todd is the upbeat optimist, a kid so ugly he wears a bag over his head, but you know he’s always smiling regardless.
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