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|In reality TV news: The Raro tribe voted Rebecca Borman, a 34-year-old make-up artist from Laurelton, NY, and Jenny Guzon-Bae, a 36-year-old real estate agent who currently resides in Lake Forest, IL, off the island Thursday on CBS's "Survivor: Cook Islands."
Los Angeles judge has set a hearing for Dec. 13 to rule on whether
Anna Nicole Smith has to comply with ex-boyfriend Larry Birkhead's paternity suit, which demands that Smith presents daughter Dannielynn Hope for DNA testing.
|NFL star Emmitt Smith beat out Mario Lopez to win ABC's "Dancing with the Stars 3" Wednesday night. While the former "Saved By the Bell" actor was the more technically proficient of the two, three-time Super Bowl champ Smith wowed them with his natural grace. Also on Wednesday, Jaeda Young, an 18-year-old
student from Parkersburg, IA, was eliminated on the CW's "America's Next Top Model 7." Third on Wednesday, Marty Wolff, a 25-year-old high school teacher from Kansas City, MO, was eliminated from NBC's "The Biggest Loser 3." He has lost 140 pounds since arriving at the ranch. Finally on Wednesday, Marisa Churchill, a 28-year-old executive pastry
chef from San Francisco, CA, and Josie Smith-Malave, a 31-year-old sous chef from Brooklyn, NY, were both eliminated on Bravo's "Top Chef 2."
Jaime Pressly's rep confirmed to E! News that the "My Name is Earl" star is expecting her first child with fiancé Eric "Cubiche" Calvo. "I'm four months pregnant!" Pressly
exclaimed Wednesday during an appearance on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno." "I'm healthy, the baby's healthy, we're good."
CBS confirmed that it has picked up additional episodes of "The Class," though the freshman series has yet to be given a full-season order, Daily Variety reports.
Warner Home Video announced the start of production on "Babylon 5: The Lost Tales," a direct-to-video edition of the space series.
|Ellen Pompeo has gotten engaged to her music producer boyfriend of three years, Chris Ivery, Us Weekly reports. Ivery reportedly popped the question on Friday, which was also the actress' 37th birthday.
Michael J. Fox raised more than $5 million for his Foundation for Parkinson's Research at a star-studded benefit that was attended by celebrities including Denis Leary, Sheryl Crow, Martin Scorsese, Muhammad Ali, Famke Janssen, Rob Thomas, Susan Sarandon, and Axl Rose.
NBC has given a full-season order to its critically acclaimed freshman football drama "Friday Night Lights," the network said Monday. The show has been averaging 6.7 million viewers in its Tuesday timeslot.
Sunday's "60 Minutes" paid tribute to Ed Bradley, the veteran correspondent who died last week of leukemia. The segment spotlighted some of Bradley's most notable career highlights, including his interview with Timothy McVeigh and included remembrances from his friends and colleagues.
Naomi Campbell was back in court Wednesday as her lawyer and a prosecutor tried unsuccessfully to cut a deal on charges that she threw a cell phone at her maid over a missing cell phone. Also, one of Naomi Campbell's ex-housekeepers has filed a second lawsuit against the supermodel, tacking on charges of discriminatory assault and calling Campbell a "violent super-bigot." Gaby Gibson, who worked for Campbell for about three months, originally sued in June for, among other things, assault and battery.
Bahamian Immigration Minister Shane Gibson is under intense pressure to resign for fast-tracking Anna Nicole Smith's residency permit and is facing ridicule for allowing himself to be photographed at Smith and Howard K. Stern's commitment ceremony.
Donald Trump Jr. and his wife, Vanessa, are expecting a baby early next summer, People reports. Not only does that make The Donald a expectant grandpa, it makes his eight-month-old son, Barron, an uncle-to-be.
FOX is planning to air "O.J.: If I Did It, Here's How It Happened," a two-part "unrestricted" interview special, Nov. 27 and 29. While that's just a working title, those two hours will feature O.J. Simpson offering his take on the 1994 murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman. He'll describe how he would have gone about committing the
crimes...even though Los Angeles prosecutors beat him to the punch about 10 years ago.
Dave Chappelle canceled his scheduled appearance Thursday at the Comedy Festival in Las Vegas without providing any explanation. Tickets to the show will be refunded, organizers said.
All news gathered from E! Online and other sources