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|In reality TV news: Stanislav Savich, a 21-year-old ballroom dancer from Brooklyn, NY, and Erin Ellis, a 19-year-old jazz/lyrical specialist from Nashville, TN, were the first two dancers voted off FOX's "So You Think You Can Dance 2."
David Schwimmer won $400,000 in slander case he brought
against a celebrity fundraiser who told a tabloid that the "Friends" star appeared at an event in exchange for two Rolex watches.
Dan Rather's days at CBS are reportedly near the end, as network execs and Rather's people are said to be close to hammering out a deal that will cut the fallen anchor's ties with the Eye net.
Lindsey Lohan-basher Brandon Davis checked himself into rehab to battle addictions to cocaine and alcohol, In Touch reports.
|Don Knotts fans are still hoping for a statue to be constructed of the late actor's "Andy Griffith Show" character, Deputy Barney Fife, despite legal opposition from Knotts' estate.
MSNBC has canceled Connie Chung and Maury Povich's short-lived half-hour talk show "Weekends with Maury &
Connie" as of Saturday, the network has confirmed.
President Bush signed into law new legislation allowing the FCC to fine broadcasters up to $325,000 per indecent incident.
British prosecutors announced that Kate Moss will not be charged over the Daily Mirror's allegations that she used cocaine in a recording studio last year due to "insufficient evidence."
Four individuals are suing the makers of FOX's "So You Think You Can Dance," claiming the network and show producers stole their idea without giving them credit.
|A judge has dismissed a $3.75 million default judgment against Rue McClanahan because the plaintiff's attorney served her agent with the complaint rather than her attorney.
Bob Woodruff paid a surprise visit to the ABC News studio in New York Tuesday, his first since he was seriously injured in a roadside bombing in Iraq in January. "There was barely a dry eye in the house," "World News Tonight" executive producer Jon Banner wrote on ABCNews.com.
Nielsen Media Research have announced plans to rule out new technology to measure what people watch on the Internet, on cell phones, and on televisions outside of their homes.
Lisa Kudrow and her producing partner, Dan Bucatinsky, has signed a two-year TV development deal with NBC, per the Hollywood Reporter. While the deal calls for the two to serve as producers, Kudrow is said to be open to starring in a project if the right one comes along.
|In reality TV news: Polly, a 43-year-old caterer from Ben Franklin, TX, and Gabe, a 27-year-old marketing executive from Chicago, IL, were eliminated Monday on the season premiere of FOX's "Hell's Kitchen 2." Larry, a 38-year-old fishmonger from Arlington, TX, also had to leave the show after being
hospitalized because of the stress caused by the show.
Charlie Sheen is dating a new woman, 28-year-old real estate investor Brooke Wolofsky, his rep confirmed to "E! News." Not to be outdone, Denise Richards told "Entertainment Tonight" that her relationship with Richie Sambora was "the last thing I was looking for," but that "[y]ou can't help who you fall for." As for former friend Heather Locklear, "that friendship,
unfortunately, was done and wasn't salvageable."
Paris Hilton is being sued over a May 2004 chain collision on a Los Angeles freeway that was allegedly the fault of her cousin, Brooke Ashley Brinson, who was behind the wheel of Hilton's Mercedes at the time and failed to slow down with traffic, causing a four-car crash, and leaving a couple with "serious injuries," according to their suit.
The Miss America pageant is filming a seven-episode reality series called "Finding Miss America," which will give viewers a chance to vote on which 15 women advance to the finals out of the pool of 52 competitors.
|Jason Bateman and his wife, Anka, are expecting their first child together this fall. The actor announced the news on Los Angeles radio station Star 98.7 last week and revealed that the baby is a girl.
Paris Hilton was caught on tape by TMZ.com as she backed her Range Rover into a parked Honda Civic
on Thursday and then drove away. Hilton's rep, Elliot Mintz, denying she did anything wrong, claiming she left information about where to reach her with the parking attendant. "Paris is a very responsible and a very good driver," Mintz told the Associated Press. "She takes her driving seriously."
Charlie Rose returned to PBS Monday in his first broadcast since undergoing heart surgery in March.
All news gathered from E! Online and other sources