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|"American Idol" fans have taken to message boards to accuse contestant Chris Daughtry of copying his version of "I Walk the Line" from the band Live. "This guy is a rip off. Judges are plain dumb," one fan wrote.
A lending company is asking a court for permission to sell Don Johnson's 17-acre ranch in Colorado, claiming the actor hasn't made good on a $10.6 million note, per the Aspen Daily News.
Kyle MacLachlan is joining the cast of "Desperate Housewives" for several episodes as a love interest for Susan (Teri Hatcher), TV Guide reports.
David Hasselhoff's estranged wife, Pamela, is alleging that the actor shoved her into a car, broke her nose, and verbally abused her in front of their children.
Some 3.5 million viewers tuned into Comedy Central to watch Chef get skewered in "South Park's" most-watched season premiere since 2002.
Patricia Heaton is in negotiations to host her own talk show beginning in fall 2007, per the trades.
|In reality TV news: Kevin Covais, a.k.a. "Chicken Little," was voted off "American Idol 5" Wednesday, leaving 10 hopefuls in the running. Also on Wednesday, Brian Hill, a 37-year-old from Los Angeles, CA, was eliminated on Bravo's "Top Chef."
Isaac Hayes voiced Chef one last time in
Wednesday's "South Park" premiere, thanks to a vocal track assembled from past episodes. The character met his demise in the episode after he fell off a bridge onto rocks, was burned, impaled, and mauled by a mountain lion and a grizzly bear.
Sunday's episode of "The Simpsons" will feature a live-action title sequence in which actors will portray the cartoon characters in the show's opening song.
A bankruptcy judge cleared the way Wednesday for Robert Blake's attorneys to seek a new trial in the wrongful death lawsuit that resulted in a judgment of $30 million against him.
"Veronica Mars" will move to its former time slot on Tuesdays for the remainder of its season.
MTV has ordered eight episodes of "Fast Incorporated," a reality series centered on "car hunters," individuals who handle vintage and muscle car requests from celebrities, models, and eccentric millionaires, per the Hollywood Reporter.
Lifetime is producing a film about Fantasia's life before "American Idol," showing her overcoming sexual abuse, poverty and illiteracy. The "Idol" winner could play herself.
NBC has announced that the stars on its new reality series, "Celebrity Cooking Showdown!," will include Naomi Campbell, Tom Arnold, and Ja Rule.
Marcia Gay Harden has joined the cast of ABC's drama pilot "Drift," playing the therapist to a New York detective whose insomnia affects his work, per the Hollywood Reporter.
|In reality TV news: Wanda Lopez-Rochford, a 44-year-old corporate trainer from Smyrna, GA, and her daughter Desiree Cifre, a 24-year-old writer from New York, NY, were both "Philiminated" Tuesday on CBS's "The Amazing Race 9." Also on Tuesday, Shy Blakeman, a 25 year-old from Laramie, WY, was
eliminated on USA's "Nashville Star 4."
NBC has canceled "Four Kings" after seven episodes.
Fred Savage and wife Jennifer Stone Savage are expecting their first child together in July, per "The Insider."
After telling Allure that she was "the experienced one" in her relationship with Tony Parker, Eva Longoria made the rounds on "Extra" and "Access Hollywood" Tuesday to clarify that Parker is also very skilled in the bedroom.
Debi Mazar and her husband, Gabriele Corcos, welcomed a baby girl on Friday.
Rolling Stone is teaming with MTV for a reality series following aspiring journalists as they compete for a one-year staff position at the magazine. The series is scheduled to begin production this summer.
Joan Rivers has put up her profile on Match.com in the hopes of meeting an eligible bachelor between the ages of 65 and 75.
|In reality TV news: Synergy's Brent Buckman, a 30-year-old attorney from Fort Lauderdale, FL, was fired Monday on NBC's "The Apprentice 5."
Per the Hollywood Reporter, Cartoon Network has announced it plans to kick off its popular Adult Swim a half-hour earlier Monday through Thursday...at 10:30 p.m.
ET...with episodes of "Futurama," and run through 5 a.m. ET.
Per the Reporter, married political consultants James Carville and Mary Matalin are set to star in "Election," a Lifetime reality series pitting them against one another as they advise candidates in a high school election.
Pamela Anderson has snapped up a two-bedroom penthouse condo at Panorama Towers, a $1 billion luxury high-rise now under construction just west of the Las Vegas strip.
"Touched by an Angel" star Della Reese is introducing her own fashion line for larger women, dubbed Della Reese Fashions, on the Home Shopping Network Apr. 4.
|Donald Trump and Melania Knauss welcomed a baby boy Monday, Trump announced on MSNBC's "Imus in the Morning." It's the fifth child for the billionaire developer and the
first for Knauss.
The 10th season of "South Park" will premiere Wednesday with an episode titled "The Return of Chef!" No word on whether Isaac Hayes, who quit the show earlier this month, will return to voice the character.
Nicole Richie upset a Los Angeles family by using inappropriate language while addressing their 11-year-old son during filming for "The Simple Life 4," airing on E! Entertainment Television this spring.
FOX has ordered two more seasons of "The Simpsons," carrying the show through its 19th season, and one more of "King of the Hill,"
marking its 11th season.
Jon Stewart will host the 65th Annual George Foster Peabody Awards June 5 in New York.
Eva Longoria told Allure it was love at first sight with her NBA-star boyfriend Tony Parker. She also told the magazine that "he's only been with one other person in his life," and that she is the "teacher" in the duo.
Robert Blake told the Associated Press he spends his days working as a "stable boy," exercising horses at a friend's ranch while plotting a career comeback.
Oleg Cassini, the designer who outfitted Jacqueline Kennedy in her trademark glamorous clothing and pillbox hats, has died at 92.
Bill Beutel, longtime TV news anchor and host of the show that became ABC's "Good Morning America," died Saturday at his home in North Carolina, the network said. He was 75.
All news gathered from E! Online and other sources