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You likely loved her on Saturday Night Live, and caught her on Will & Grace, Kath & Kim and even Glee. Molly Shannon has tackled many roles in her life, but the one the 46-year-old actress cherishes most is that of motherhood.
As mom to Stella, 7, and Nolan, 5½ (with artist husband Fritz Chesnut), Shannon’s stepped out of the spotlight in recent years, but is currently starring on Broadway in Promises, Promises and working on a project for HBO — about a jilted nun!
We recently spoke to the actress about her children, their holiday traditions and her work with »
Wonder what Hollywood stars are up to this holiday season? HollywoodLife.com has the exclusive on what many of the celebs are planning this Christmas, New Year’s Eve and the holiday season. Check out what they have to say!
Robert De Niro, 67, is planning a vacation to the beach! Shake It Up! star Bella Thorne is going to ”do more charity work, become a better dancer and get better at other things as well.” Desperate Housewives actor Neal McDonough’s favorite part about the holiday season: “Spending time with my family as much as possible. I was working on Captain America for a few months, so that was hard. So when people ask where I will be going, I’ll be right here for »
Comedian Kathy Griffin appeared on The Late Late Show to tell host Craig Ferguson that there's a very good reason why she makes jokes about the Palin family -- including calling Dancing with the Stars "star" Bristol Palin "the white Precious" for having evidently gained weight throughout the show's season. Griffin is merely, she explained, trying to capture the attention of The View and Bill O'Reilly. »
- Alex Alvarez
This interview with John Barrowman is just a sea of quick quotes worth reading, from his feelings on critics, the fact that he’s expecting seven more years of Torchwood and living six months a year in Hollywood, to his wealth and the fact that he’s still trying to convince Scott to adopt. Well worth the read.
I’ve been curious about Trey Parker and Matt Stone’s Broadway production of The Book of Mormon. Vogue calls it “hands down, the filthiest, most offensive, and—surprise—sweetest thing you’ll see on Broadway this year, and quite possibly the funniest musical ever.”
I really don’t know what to say about the Skinimax-style video for Enrique Inglesias’ “Tonight.” Boobs, lesbian sex, bondage, but somehow almost no beefcake. The video is definitely Nsfw.
- Ed Kennedy
Joy Behar certainly has one of the best senses of humor in media... as evidenced by her Holiday Season card from her Hln show this year!
Needless to say... now it appears that Joy is moving on too!
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- firstname.lastname@example.org (AccessHollywood.com Editorial Staff)
At this year's Daytime Emmys, “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” staged a comeback and was crowned the “Outstanding Talk Show (Entertainment) ending the two-year winning streak of “The Rachael Ray Show.” This marked only the third year for the award, introduced in 2008. That was when the Outstanding Talk Show category was split into two: Informative -- for shows with a mission to educate viewers -- and Entertainment -- for shows that are lighter in tone and designed primarily to entertain the audience. This year’s Entertainment race features a slew of shows including those two returning champs as well as perennial also-ran “Live with Regis and Kelly,” one-time winner of the old category "The View," and its new rival "The Talk." Those latter two chatfests may feature virtually identical formats of women from different backgrounds discussing topical issues in a roundtable format but they couldn’t be more d »
"And he's got nothing to be guilty of ..."
Above you can see The Other Evans with the Vampire Queen herself Evan Rachel Wood. Chris is the face of Gucci's new men's fragrance "Guilty", which will hit stores early next year. Britain's X Factor is under investigation for allegedly too-racy performances by Christina Aguilera and Rihanna. President Obama will sign the repeal of Dadt on Wednesday. On Thursday John McCain will begin his new campaign - to get those those damn kids off his lawn. Speaking of Dadt, it was of course a hot topic for the ladies of The View today, and they all agreed (yes, you read that right) that it's about time . Elizabeth takes a lot of flack, but she's always been a supporter of repeal, and Babs comes right out and says that this decision is just as important as the day the military was desegregated.
In a surprise appearance on "The View" last week, the pop-legend fell victim to Shepherd's girlish fantasies. Prince couldn't leave fast enough after the co-host told him, "I have wanted to make love to you for my whole life."
At his Madison Square Garden show on Saturday (Dec. 18) Shepherd, Whoppi Goldberg and Elisabeth Hasselbeck partied the night away in what Goldberg described as an "amazing" performance.
"Run, do not walk to get tickets," Goldberg says on Monday's episode. "I don't know if there are tickets left but you will never see this again. There is no fake music behind him, what you hear is what's coming out of his mouth."
Prince called out his biggest fan, »
With Christmas on a Saturday this year, that means that the actual holiday is this Friday, December 24. And with the holiday pushed up a day, that means that it's essentially a short week for most people — including late night talk shows hosts. The ones who are working this week (and a handful are on vacation entirely) are running short, even though there are plenty of Christmas movies and year-end events to promote. David Letterman is taking Friday off but working the rest of the week, with shows featuring Jack Black (Monday, December 20), Jamie Foxx (Tuesday, December 21) and Grace Potter & the Nocturnals (Wednesday, December 22). Over on "The Tonight Show," Jay Leno is countering with the recently-retired Larry King (Monday), Emma Stone (Tuesday) and Javier Bardem (Wednesday).
- Kyle Anderson
Christmas shopping, schmismas shopping. Hunker down with the most riveting gifts of your Soup week! 1. The Real Housewives of Atlanta: With "Tardy for the Party," Kim Zolciak has conquered the world of singing. Now she brings that same unique flavor to the world of dance. Four more to go, kids. Work that mouse. 2. Celebrity Rehab With Dr. Drew: Leif Garrett may have issues with various substances, but wait till you see how he feels about a wall sconce. Thank God there's help. 3. The View: Jenny McCarthy drops by to gab about her recent work with Charlie Sheen, which makes her a good authority on his amazing sexual appeal to women. Clearly, Capri Anderson was confused. 4. »
P. Diddy admits the mothers of his children "deserved" to have married him. The rap mogul, who raises six kids with three women, never expected to have such a complicated personal life but is always willing to take his fatherhood responsibilities seriously.
Explaining his "movie-like" situation, the hip-hop star admitted he had met each of the women, Kim Porter, Misa Hylton-Brim and Sarah Chapman at around the same period in his life but insisted he didn't date them all at once. He continued, "At different times in my life, as my heart got broken by one, I cried on the shoulder of another."
"It wasn't at the same time. Life isn't something you can predict. Every woman that I was with, that I had a child with, they did deserve for me to marry them. But there's things going on in my life ... I'm not gonna say it's all the way me, »
Above you can see the first promotional poster for the second season of AMC's The Walking Dead, which will premiere next October. The Southern Poverty Law Center has responded to the whining of all the hate groups that have recently been added to their list. Basically it boils down to "if you don't want to be labeled a hate group, stop acting like a hate group." Doctors in Germany claim they have cured a man who was infected with HIV with a blood stem cell transplant. I spend way too much time watching Bravo shows, but one I have never been able to get into is The Millionaire Matchmaker. Maybe it's because most of the "millionaires" are always so impressed with themselves I take a perverse delight in seeing them strike out. Or maybe it's matchmaker Patti Stanger, who is quite an unpleasant person . Below you can see a preview of next Tuesday's show, »
You can’t see it, but we are fanning our faces with both hands, trying calm down after seeing Barbara Walters call Diddy out on The View for have six children with three different women. While Diddy Dirty Money was on to hype their new album Last Train To Paris, Barbara wanted to find out why Diddy hasn’t settled down with any of his baby mamas Misa Hylton-Brim, Kim Porter or Sarah Chapman, eventually blurting, “What’s your trouble?” It is so horrifying uncomfortable to watch. It’s like your Grandma asking you why you aren’t married in front of your entire family, except it’s on TV and Joy Behar is leaning over her shoulder, giggling. Diddy handles his business though, getting over his initial shock to explain, “The reason of it, why I’m not married yet, I don’t have the exact reason…I know I haven’t been ready… »
- Halle Kiefer
Is Anderson Cooper getting a jump on starting a beef with his soon-to-be rivals of daytime television? The future star of Anderson saw the ladies of The View mock the House Weeper-elect John Boehner on Monday, but he wasn't laughing along. No, the CNNer slapped the women onto the RidicuList, his PG-rated version of Keith Olbermann's Worst Person in the World. "Since when did the ladies on The View turn into Dr. Evil from Austin Powers?" he asked with disappointment. »
- Ray Rahman
P Diddy has revealed that he regrets not marrying the mothers of his children. The rapper has had kids with Kim Porter, Misa Hylton-Brim and Sarah Chapman, and admitted that he met them all in the same period of his life. He explained on TV show The View: "At different times in my life, as my heart got broken by one, I cried on the shoulder of another. "It wasn't at the same time. Life isn't something you can predict. Every woman that I was with, that I had a child with, they did deserve for me to marry them. "But there's things going on in my life... I'm not gonna say it's all the way me, but I'll take responsibility (more) »
- By Kristy Kelly
2010 may well have been a tipping point for gay public figures and the closet. The generally great reception celebrities have lately received for pro-actively coming out has got to be encouraging.
At the same time, the old rules of discretion and secrecy that could generally be counted on in the mainstream media and the entertainment industry seem to have completely eroded. Closeted gay celebrities just can't depend on the press or their industry peers to keep their secrets any longer. No closet is airtight, and staying in one these days leaves you highly vulnerable to rumor and innuendo. Or worse. Just ask an alleged friend of Carrie Fisher.
So arguably, in 2010 the risks of the celebrity closet have became patently greater than the rewards.
Two major stars did the math and chose to get on the honest gay bus this year, declaring themselves well-adjusted and fully content gay men. Ricky Martin »
- Dennis Ayers
'The View' has been unpredictable lately. First Prince sends Sherri Shepherd into blissful apoplectic shock with a surprise visit and now Barbara Walters gets a sneak attack from her apparent crush, Kurt Warner.
The retired NFL quarterback and "Dancing With the Stars" Season 11 cast member hit up the ladies during their Dec. 14 broadcast. And after initial fawning, including a flower delivery and a peck on the cheek, things got hot topical with talk of Sunday's tripping incident at the Jets/Dolphins game.
And wouldn't you know it, Warner thinks New York Jets assistant coach Sal Alosi was out of line when he intentionally tripped Dolphins cornerback Nolan Carroll. Warner did acknowledge what we've all sort of been thinking though... that in the heat of the moment, doing something like that can definitely cross your mind.
As for Walters' swooning, Warner is quite proud of her affections. "I've done »
While a weepy 60 Minutes interview with Speaker-elect John Boehner had CBS claiming that real men do cry, the real women of The View are also crying—with laughter. After showing the teary clip to their audience, the ladies began to discuss what they'd just seen. Barbara Walters went first. "This guy has an emotional problem," she said. "Every time that he talks about anything that's not 'raise taxes,' he cries." »
- Ray Rahman
There's no crying in baseball or politics, according to most of "The View" coven.
For their Hot Topics Monday (Dec. 13), the ladies decided to tackle Speaker-Elect John Boehner's penchant for weeping in interviews, and leading the criticism was the usually objective peacemaker Barbara Walters.
Babs wasn't flying her Switzerland flag though after watching a "60 Minutes" clip in which Boehner started boohooing on camera.
"I'm sorry -- this guy is going to be Speaker of the House and is not going to invite me to his Christmas party -- but this guy has an emotional problem that every time he talks about anything that's not 'raise taxes,' he cries.
"If you had seen Nancy Pelosi all of these past years crying," adds Walters, "what would you say? 'The woman has a problem.'"
Prince has advised Justin Bieber to "get a good teacher". The 52-year-old star is one of the 16-year-old singer's biggest influences and now his idol has spoken out to give him tips on emulating his own long career.He explained on Us TV show 'The View': "The key to longevity is to learn every aspect of music that you can, and I hope that he does pick up an instrument and gets a good teacher." Meanwhile Prince's 'Purple Rain' released in 1984 has been inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame for 2011. The hit single will be honored alongside The Beatles' 'Penny Lane' (1967), Otis Redding's 'I've Been Loving You Too Long' (1965) and Ray Charles' 1961 hit 'Genius + Jazz Soul'. Willie Nelson's 'On the Road Again' (1980) and Hank Williams' 'Lovesick Blues' (1949) were chosen from the country music genre. Established by The Academy's »
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