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Jennifer Lawrence gets very candid about her recent trip to the ER on The Late Show With David Letterman. Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's wine is named the no. 1 Rosé in the world. Can these two do anything wrong? Chris Brown is sentenced to 90 days at a live-in anger management program after he violated his parole by throwing a rock through his mother's car window during his recent rehab stint. Not everyone is excited about Adam Levine being named the Sexiest Man Alive - especially Ryan Gosling fans. Jason Statham calls for the Oscars to include a category for stunt actors. Hey, he has a point! Lady Gaga released a video for her new Artpop album, and it's very Lady Gaga-y. Celebrity psychic Sylvia Browne has passed away at the age of 77. She was best known for her appearances on The Montell Williams Show and Larry King Live »
- Maria Mercedes Lara
World renowned psychic Sylvia Browne, who has appeared on many TV shows for her psychic detective work in missing person cases, passed away the morning of Nov. 20 in San Jose, Calif.
Sylvia Browne, who was known for showcasing her psychic abilities on TV shows such as Montel, Larry King Live and Unsolved Mysteries, died of unknown causes on Nov. 20 at age 77. A message announcing the psychic’s passing was posted on her Facebook page on Nov. 20, saying, “What a great party they must be having on the Other Side.” Read on for all the details.
Sylvia Browne Dead — Famous Psychic Has ‘Graduated’ At 77
Sylvia’s son, Chris Browne, broke the news of Sylvia’s passing to TMZ, saying she was surrounded by family and friends at the time of her death.
A message posted on her Facebook page reads:
Sylvia graduated today. She was surrounded by family and friends. What a legacy. »
- HL Intern
World famous psychic Sylvia Browne -- who appeared on all sorts of TV shows including "Montel" "Larry King Live" and "Unsolved Mysteries" -- has passed away .. TMZ has learned.Browne specialized in psychic detective work, and attempted to help on several missing person cases ... with varying results. Browne's son, Chris, tells TMZ ... Sylvia passed away this morning in San Jose, surrounded by family and friends. She was 77.Browne most recently took heat after famously announcing »
- TMZ Staff
Sylvia Browne, popular psychic and television personality, died on Wednesday morning at the Good Samaritan Hospital in San Jose, Calif. at 77, according to an announcement on her official website. Browne made several appearances on television shows, including weekly appearances on “The Montel Williams Show,” “Larry King Live,” and “Unsolved Mysteries” for close to two decades. She also lent her services to families, communities and law enforcement agencies for criminal investigations in the United States and Canada. Also read: Patti Webster, Veteran Entertainment Publicist, Dead at 49 She published more than 50 books, 22 of which made the New York Times Bestsellers List. Raised in. »
- Jethro Nededog
The world-famous psychic Sylvia Browne has passed away at age 77.
According to a post on Browne's Facebook page, Browne died Wednesday morning in San Jose, Calif.
She most recently appeared on Live with Kelly and Michael last year.
"A beacon that shined for so many was extinguished today, but its brightness was relit and will now shine forever for many of us from above," said Montel Williams, according to the obituary posted on her Facebook page Wednesday evening.
"I, like so many of you, lost a friend today. But, as has been for the last twenty years, she'll always remain a part of me. My thoughts and prayers go out to Sylvia's family in this time of loss."
In addition to her television appearances, Browne was also »
One of the more noted TV psychic mediums, Sylvia Browne, has passed away at 77 years old. She died Wednesday morning (November 20) in San Jose, Cal.
Browne rose to fame through appearances on "Larry King Live" and "The Montel Williams Show," eventually becoming a regular part of "Montel." The news of her death broke on TMZ, along with a message on Sylvia's Facebook page, noting that a private memorial service would be scheduled.
While many found comfort in the messages Browne gave while speaking with audiences on various shows, there were also several instances where she made predictions that turned out to be false. Among those was that Michael Jackson would be convicted of child molestation in 2005 and that President Barack Obama would lose his bid for reelection in 2012. »
The Hollywood Reporter has a delightful interview with Larry King on the eve of his 80th birthday. “I can’t believe I’m 80,” King says, despite the fact that he is the most plausible octogenarian on the face of the earth. King stepped down from his post as host of CNN’s Larry King Live in 2010, after a 25-year stint in which he grilled newsmakers with incisive questions such as “Ryan Seacrest, what do you make of your success?” He now broadcasts on Ora.tv, which appears to be a thing that exists. For the Reporter to grant »
Before she transitioned into broadcasting, Fox News Channel commentator and legal analyst Kimberly Guilfoyle worked as an assistant district attorney in both San Francisco and Los Angeles and as a legal analyst for Court TV, ABC's "Good Morning America," and CNN's "Larry King Live" and "Anderson Cooper 360" before landing at Fnc.
It's a busy life for the single mother of son Ronan, but she doesn't regret her educational or career choices.
"I come across, all the time," she tells Zap2it, "people saying, 'Could you spend a few minutes to talk to my son or daughter about [studying] law, about the advisability of it?'
"I always say it's an outstanding, tremendous education. There are so many paths you can take from law school, »
If you were considered the #1 villain in America ... a dog fighting, law breaking bad guy ... would you pay $111K for an image makeover? Michael Vick sure did ... and it was the best money he ever spent. TMZ has obtained court documents from Vick's bankruptcy case which show the NFL star paid top dollar for an elite crisis management team in the wake of his dog fighting scandal in 2007 ... and the documents read like a playbook »
- TMZ Staff
Val Kilmer recently appeared on "Larry King Live," where King asked him about a prospective "Top Gun" sequel, which has been talked about for years. Star Tom Cruise has said he'd come back if it wasn't too "obvious" how Maverick was involved, such as as a flight instructor.
Kilmer, who played Maverick's rival Ice Man in the film, says he'd be down too.
"Sure, yeah, that was a lot of fun. There was a great camaraderie in the film," says Kilmer. "It wouldn't be that difficult to maintain the spirit of it," though he does acknowledge it's hard with the deaths of director Tony Scott and producer Don Simpson.
But he adds that it was a lot of fun working with Cruise.
"It was fun. My guy didn't like him, but it was fun to not like him," says Kilmer.
He also pitches his idea for a sequel to "Heat, »
Larry King is proving once and for all that the Cold War is history. The former CNN star has signed on to host a political talk show on the English-language channel of Russian Television. "I have always been passionate about government and issues that impact the public, and I'm thrilled at the opportunity to talk politics with some of the most influential people in Washington and around the country," the 79-year-old King said in a statement. An icon of both radio and television, the veteran broadcaster hosted his CNN namesake, Larry King Live for 25 years until his retirement in 2010. King's new program, Politics With Larry King, will talk politics with various establishment leaders »
Shriver originally joined network in 1986, but left in 2004 citing conflict of interest over marriage to Arnold Schwarzenegger
Shriver announced the career change on Tuesday's Today Show, where she told anchors Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie that she was returning to the network to report on "women's evolving experiences in the United States."
"I've always believed that television can inspire and elevate humanity, and that's my mission with this new partnership," Shriver told NBC. "I look forward to shining a light on all areas of a woman's experience – from faith and finances, wellness and work, to relationships and the new realities of modern life – and exploring these issues in a way that brings the voices of men into these critically important conversations."
Shriver began »
- Amanda Holpuch
It’s a girl for Dax and Kristen! The happy couple welcomed their first child together, and revealed her name — Lincoln Bell Shepard! Congrats to the happy couple!
The big day is finally here for Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard — they are now proud parents to a healthy baby girl! The actress, 32, gave birth to her first child on March 28, and her fiance Dax, 38, shared the exciting news on Twitter!
“Lincoln Bell Shepard is here. She has mom’s beauty and dad’s obsession with breasts. Hooray!!!” the comedian tweeted on March 28.
Little Lincoln is the first child for the couple, who got engaged in 2009.
Kristen Bell Reveals Her Birth Fears On ‘Ellen’
A heavily pregnant Kristen visited Ellen Degeneres on her talk show, and said she is not looking forward to giving birth because it looks “terrifying.”
“I feel like, when I arrive at the hospital, I want a glass of whiskey, »
- Christina Stiehl
There’s a new show on Jeff Zucker’s work in progress, aka CNN, tonight. Or rather, a 2-year-old show on CNN actually has a new name as of today. “Tonight the show formerly known as Piers Morgan Tonight gets a new name – @PiersMorganLive CNN 9pmET,” tweeted Piers Morgan earlier today. On the ratings-troubled show Monday, Morgan joked that the name was changed because it “was all live, all the time.” The name change was the host and former America’s Got Talent judge’s idea to emphasis the fact that the NY-based interview show is often actually live, a source tells me. Now the show will always be live Monday to Thursdays. Sounding a lot like Larry King Live, which Morgan replaced in January 2011, the name change was first announced late last week. While Morgan may have tweeted the change today, it looks like he hasn’t updated the »
- DOMINIC PATTEN
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Good morning, Brewbies. If you're going to be in the Philly area this weekend, join Trish Bendix, Dana Piccoli, and Marcie Bianco at Tavern on Camac from 9-11 p.m. for a blogger meet-up after the Lgbt Media Conference.
Yesterday, Trish gave you a look at our favorite Little Liars on the cover of this week's Entertainment Weekly. How about a look inside the issue this morning?
Looks like EW is Team Sparia too.
What does Quinn need in her life in the romantic sense? Is it Huck? A new guy? Becoming a lesbian, maybe?
I mean, seriously! Lesbian is a good option! I think that that is not her focus at this point. »
Neal Kendall has been named executive producer of The Arsenio Hall Show, CBS TV Distribution’s syndicated late-night talk show slated to launch on Sept. 9. Kendall most recently did a 10-year stint as exec producer of Tavis Smiley, overseeing more than 1,900 episodes of the talk show. Additionally, Apa-repped Kendall has served as producer on NBC’s Later, CBS’s The Late Late Show With Tom Snyder and CNN’s Larry King Live as well as Carrie Fisher’s talker for Oxygen Media, Jesse Ventura’s for MSNBC and Kevin Nealon’s for Tnn/Spike. The Arsenio Hall Show, which marks Hall’s return to late-night, is in partnership with Tribune, whose stations serve as a launch group. »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
Nick was recently put on the spot in Mexico, forced to address the song fans believe he wrote about ex-girlfriend Miley’s upcoming nuptials.
Do you love seeing Nick Jonas in extremely awkward situations? Well, you’re in luck, because we’ve got video of the youngest Jonas brother directly addressing a question about ex-girlfriend Miley Cyrus at a recent press conference in Mexico — and his answer might surprise you!
Nick, seated alongside brothers Joe and Kevin Jonas, was fielding questions from the press Jan. 23, when one reporter blindsided the trio with a very personal question:
“Is it true that Nick wrote a song for Miley Cyrus?”
The reporters broke out in laughter, but the boys seemed less amused. Kevin cracked an awkward smile, Joe looked like he wanted to jump out a window, and Nick nervously began to speak:
“We wrote a lot of songs about a lot of people. »
- Hollywood Life Staff
Larry King hosted one one of the country’s first radio talk shows. Then he popularized the cable news interview show with Larry King Live on CNN. And now he’s taken on the Internet. Turning 80 this year, he may be a surprising choice for the title of pioneer, but in the first year of his show Larry King Now on Ora.tv, which launched last July and is backed by billionaire Carlos Slim, he’s still talking to everyone from Nick Cannon to Bill Maher.
“It’s different than life was at CNN,” King tells EW of the online-only network. »
- Laura Hertzfeld
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