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Remember That Time The Arrangement's Josh Henderson Was on The Ashlee Simpson Show?! Let Him Explain...

Remember That Time The Arrangement's Josh Henderson Was on The Ashlee Simpson Show?! Let Him Explain...
Get ready for this blast from the past! While chatting with Josh Henderson on the set of his Rogue magazine cover shoot—which hits stands June 1— at Sls Hotel in Beverly Hills, E! News' Zuri Hall got The Arrangement star to spill the beans about his previous relationship with Ashlee Simpson Ross and the time he appeared on her MTV reality series, The Ashlee Simpson Show, in 2004. Remember this?!! "Well, she and I dated for about a year and a half and we were super close," Josh explained. "We were kids. I had just gotten off of a reality show called Popstars [2], so I had cameras following me for a year. I didn't want to really do it with the relationship kind of thing and cameras, so we...
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Ashlee Simpson Doesn't 'Cringe' at Her Reality Show Past - But Admits 'I Do Miss Performing'

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Ashlee Simpson Doesn't 'Cringe' at Her Reality Show Past - But Admits 'I Do Miss Performing'
Many people look back on their early 20s and cringe. But for Ashlee Simpson - who actually had those years documented on her reality show The Ashlee Simpson Show - it was all just a "part of growing up." "There's nothing really too cringeworthy. This was my life," the singer and former reality TV star, 31, told People at Swiffer and Mr. Clean's Clean Slate Workshop Tuesday in New York City. "Looking back, it's all cute. It was so fun," she added, smiling. While she hasn't released any new music since 2012, the mother of two says she "had a great time making" her early albums.
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Ashlee Simpson Doesn't 'Cringe' at Her Reality Show Past - But Admits 'I Do Miss Performing'

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Ashlee Simpson Doesn't 'Cringe' at Her Reality Show Past - But Admits 'I Do Miss Performing'
Many people look back on their early 20s and cringe. But for Ashlee Simpson - who actually had those years documented on her reality show The Ashlee Simpson Show - it was all just a "part of growing up." "There's nothing really too cringeworthy. This was my life," the singer and former reality TV star, 31, told People at Swiffer and Mr. Clean's Clean Slate Workshop Tuesday in New York City. "Looking back, it's all cute. It was so fun," she added, smiling. While she hasn't released any new music since 2012, the mother of two says she "had a great time making" her early albums.
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Entertainment One Inks Multi-Year Deal with Unscripted Shingle Purveyors of Pop (Exclusive)

Entertainment One has secured a multi-year unscripted programming deal with production company Purveyors of Pop, Variety has learned exclusively.

Purveyors of Pop (also known simply as Pop) specializes in programming that hits on the pop culture zeitgeist. The company is behind Bravo’s “Real Housewives of Miami” and “Married to Medicine” franchise, plus the Fox series “Lucky Ladies” in Latin America and Europe.

Under the new pact, eOne’s alternative programming division will collaborate with Pop principals Matt Anderson and Nate Green to develop and co-produce unscripted content across multiple platforms. With the deal, the duo will still continue to serve as exec producers on “Lucky Ladies” and “Married to Medicine,” which they partnered on with FremantleMedia.

“Matt and Nate are incredibly gifted in their ability to develop and produce shows that grow to become established, successful franchises which influence the direction and conversation of celebrity pop culture,” said Tara Long,
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Ryan Cabrera on Ashlee Simpson’s Wedding and His First New Album in 7 Years (Exclusive)

Ryan Cabrera on Ashlee Simpson’s Wedding and His First New Album in 7 Years (Exclusive)
Ryan Cabrera’s new single “House On Fire” is the perfect mix of upbeat organic pop with a splash of indie-synths. Not only does the catchy single mark Ryan’s triumphant return to the music scene, but his first full-length album in seven years is set for release later this year.

ETonline exclusively caught up with the musician on the set of the music video for the feel-good track where he dished on his infectious new sound, his famous exes and yes – the Backstreet Boys.

“It’s kind of like an early ‘90s theme,” Ryan shared of the new Office Space-inspired video which features a cameo from his pal Dennis Haskins, a.k.a. Mr. Belding. “I’m having a really bad day and then I’m like, ‘You know what? I’m out.’ I leave home, go on a road trip and see what happens from there… It’s a very positive upbeat song and
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Jennifer Aniston's Man Has a New Project

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Jennifer Aniston's Man Has a New Project
Justin Theroux tapped to star in new HBO show - Et Online Has Miley Cyrus severed all ties with Disney? - HuffPost Celebrity Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries finalize divorce - People Jada Pinkett Smith on the only way she'd "abandon" husband Will - Us Weekly How child stars are reacting to Amanda Bynes - The Daily Beast Why Jessica Biel fired her management company - Lainey Gossip Remembering The Ashlee Simpson Show - BuzzFeed Michael Douglas is taking back his oral sex comments - D-Listed See Isla Fisher's Cosmopolitan cover - JustJared A hilarious Hayden Panettiere photo - Hollywood Tuna Taylor Swift joins the Rolling Stones on stage - Pink Is the New Blog Miranda Kerr shows off her flexibility on live TV - The Superficial
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'Dallas' Poll: Jesse Metcalfe Vs. Josh Henderson

Okay, so let's try to look past this whole Dallas advertisement of these two (cowboys?) men looking out at the distant road even though we know they're just looking at the Kraft service table. Let's try to look past our fond memories of Jesse Metcalfe playing the gardener on Desperate Housewives and John Tucker in John Tucker Must Die. Not to mention, the fact that we were all seemingly introduced to Josh Henderson as Ashlee Simpson's boyfriend on the short-lived MTV series The Ashlee Simpson Show. Yes, Josh Henderson not Josh Hutcherson from the Hunger Games.

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The reboot of Dallas just premiered on TNT Wednesday with seven million viewers and overall a decent review. But will that last? Eh, that's not the point. Instead, let's get all girlie and ask ourselves who we find more attractive. Jesse or Josh?
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The Reality Of ‘The Hills’ — What Was Real & What Was Fake?

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Last night’s finale of ‘The Hills’ ended with the camera panning out to show the final scene being shot on a sound stage and begging the question — was it real?

After six seasons, four years, and infinite character arcs, The Hills finally came to an end last night. In true finale fashion however, the episode ended with a huge reveal — the last scene was filmed on a set! So we decided to take a look back at the relationships, jobs, and drama to determine what was real, and what was fake, on the scripted “reality” series!

At the heart of The Hills was the relationships of main characters Lauren, Audrina, Heidi, and Kristin — but were they all real? Brody Jenner and Lauren Conrad always seemed to have an amazing friendship, but dating? I was never really buying them as anything more than pals. Same goes for Kristin Cavallari
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Gee, Didn’t See This One Coming…Ryan Cabrera Is Going To Be On “The Hills”

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First Ashlee, now Audrina! Ryan, you’re totally a reality show serial dater!

Consider us unsurprised that Ryan Cabrera will be making appearances on The Hills now that he’s officially dating its star, Audrina Patridge. It’s still clear in our minds, at least, that, not all that long ago, Ryan was making googly eyes at former girlfriend Ashlee Simpson-Wentz on her MTV reality show. Do you think it’s convenient or intentional that Ryan manages to get starring spots on his girlfriend’s projects?

New couple Ryan, 27, and Audrina, 24, were spotted filming scenes for an upcoming episode of The Hills at new Hollywood hot spot La Vida, according to E! News. When HollywoodLife.com contacted Ryan’s rep last week, he told us that he was “unaware of any plan” for his client to appear on the program. Looks like he knows now, especially given that he confirmed it to E!
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Justin Bobby 2.0

The Hills were alive with groans this morning after learning that Audrina Patridge has recruited a new parasitic boyfriend for the show's sixth season. The latest jackpot winner is musician Ryan Cabrera, who is no stranger to playing the role of lame love interest in MTV's brand of reality -- he dated Ashlee Simpson during the filming of The Ashlee Simpson Show. Although Cabrera will be featured this season, his rep laments that he still has not signed a contract. [Us]
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R. Greg Johnston inks Endemol deal

Reality producer R. Greg Johnston has inked a two-year overall deal with Endemol USA to create and executive produce unscripted series.

Johnston is a 16-year MTV veteran who joined the cable network as an intern in its early days and worked his way up to vp in the music development department and then an MTV-based producer.

He played a key role in the development of such signature MTV reality series as "The Osbournes" and "Newlyweds: Nick & Jessica," which he executive produced. For his work on "Osbournes," he shared a best nonfiction program Emmy in 2002.

Johnston also was part of the original development team of the MTV Movie Awards and was involved with the MTV Video Music Awards and such series as "Rich Girls," "Miss Seventeen," "The Ashlee Simpson Show" and "The Wade Robson Project."

"While comedy reality is my forte, I have a diverse background, and I love challenges working in new genres,
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New MTV shows slip

New MTV shows slip
Without Newlyweds: Nick & Jessica, is the honeymoon over at MTV? As the Viacom-owned cable powerhouse heads into its upfront presentation Tuesday, its most recent wave of new series is not matching the ratings or buzz of the three high-profile programs that departed last month. Newlyweds, which starred married tabloid fixtures Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey, signed off the same week as its successful spinoff, The Ashlee Simpson Show, and the former granddaddy of celebrity-verite TV, The Osbournes. Cameron Diaz might be as blond and beautiful as Simpson, but her new series Trippin' has gotten a tepid reception. Travis Barker of Meet the Barkers is not whipping up the frenzy another tattooed rocker dad, Ozzy Osbourne, did. Even MTV's most reliable standby, The Real World, has cooled.

New MTV shows slip

New MTV shows slip
Without Newlyweds: Nick & Jessica, is the honeymoon over at MTV? As the Viacom-owned cable powerhouse heads into its upfront presentation Tuesday, its most recent wave of new series is not matching the ratings or buzz of the three high-profile programs that departed last month. Newlyweds, which starred married tabloid fixtures Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey, signed off the same week as its successful spinoff, The Ashlee Simpson Show, and the former granddaddy of celebrity-verite TV, The Osbournes. Cameron Diaz might be as blond and beautiful as Simpson, but her new series Trippin' has gotten a tepid reception. Travis Barker of Meet the Barkers is not whipping up the frenzy another tattooed rocker dad, Ozzy Osbourne, did. Even MTV's most reliable standby, The Real World, has cooled.

'Interesting people' top new MTV series

'Interesting people' top new MTV series
While MTV placed an emphasis on three new reality series featuring celebrities during its portion of the Television Critics Assn. press tour, one top exec isn't concerned that the network is becoming too saturated with those types of shows. "Each show has its own characters," MTV Networks Music Group president of entertainment Brian Graden said Friday at the Universal City Hilton. "You don't compare 'The Cosby Show' with 'My Wife & Kids.' It's a format, but it's about people, and as long as there are interesting people and each has its own dynamic, we'll keep doing (these types of shows)." The network also has aired such celebrity-focused reality shows as The Osbournes, Newlyweds: Nick & Jessica, The Ashlee Simpson Show and Til Death Do Us Part: Carmen & Dave.

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