Every fanboy’s dream gal will play a woman involved with an underground fighting ring who also happens to be searching for the person who murdered her father. Her episode is tentatively set to air this spring.
Ready for more of today’s TV dish? Well…
• Dave Annable has nabbed his first gig post-ABC’s short-lived 666 Park Avenue. Per TVGuide.com, the actor will guest-star in an upcoming episode of Ben and Kate, playing a hot professor at the college Kate decides to start attending.
• Josh Groban (The Office) will play his recording artist self in CSI: NY‘s Valentine’s Day-themed installment, per EW.com.
• Forming a trilogy with Band of Brothers and The Pacific, HBO, Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg are developing another World War II miniseries, The Hollywood Reporter reports. Based on the book Masters of the Air, the project will center on the era’s aerial wars.
Watch the first 10 minutes of tonight’s all-new ‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,’ then weigh in: Is Brandi going too far?
The Jan. 21 episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hillspicks up right where last week’s traumatic Moroccan dinner left off — did they even get their food? — with Brandi Glanvilledefending herself against Marucio Umansky. (Is it just me or do the men on this show love ganging up against Brandi?)
Being the blessed angels that they are, Lisa Vanderpumpand husband Ken Todd try to defend “poor, single mom” Brandi, but it isn’t until Kyle Richardsintervenes that her husband backs down.
Then, for some reason, Taylor Armstrongdecides to make it about her. “I’ve been through more than anyone sitting here times ten,” she tells Camille Grammer.
Yolanda Fosterchimes in, calling Taylor’s comments “nonsense,” but the plump-lipped beauty doesn’t want to hear it.
“I think we know a little more about her husband than she knows we know,” Taylor says. “He was married to one of our very good friends for 20 years, and it wasn’t all kisses and roses then.” (Translation: Watch yourself, Yolanda.)
Then Kim Richards— who has a life coach, and therefore, knows a lot about life — suggests there’s a side to Brandi that’s simply “not right.”
The gang eventually disbands, and we’re left with Lisa and Ken heading home in their. (I’m sure Giggy will love to hear about what went down.)
Watch the first 10 minutes of tonight’s RHOBH below — divided into three videos — then drop a comment: Is Brandi in the wrong, or does everyone need to back off?
The designer, who dressed the fashionable First Lady for the official swearing-in ceremony, told us what makes Michelle’s style so special. WATCH our interview with him below!
Michelle Obama looked neat and chic at the official swearing-in ceremony in Washington, D.C. on Jan. 20 in the Blue Room of the White House during the 57th Presidential Inauguration, where the First Lady opted for a custom-made blue Reed Krakoff shift dress and cardigan — and this wasn’t the first time Michelle wore one of Reed’s designs! “I’m a big fan of her style,” the designer exclusively told HollywoodLife.com.
Reed Krakoff Gushes About Michelle Obama:
Reed gushed about the fashionable First Lady at the 9th Annual Style Awards during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in NYC on Sept. 5, where he was on hand to accept his ‘Accessory Designer of the Year’ award. “She always looks comfortable in what she wears,” he said. “She always looks appropriate, which is tough to do.”
We couldn’t agree with him more! Whether she’s donning a high-fashion frock, re-wearing one of her great looks or showing off her affinity for affordable fashion, Michelle always looks perfectly put together in every instance — and she does so with such effortless ease and grace!
Michelle Obama’s Reed Krakoff Ensemble For The Swearing-In Ceremony:
The First Lady looked perfectly polished as she stood by her husband’s side, holding the Robinson Family Bible, during the swearing-in ceremony. Sasha and Malia clearly take after their mother! Both girls looked lovely, looking on in blue and purple dresses while their father was sworn-in by Chief Justice John Roberts.
The designer worked on Michelle’s look for the swearing-in ceremony for over three months in his NYC studio. “It really is a highlight of my career. What we are most proud of is that she would choose to wear something we created for her in New York, and to have that kind of back and forth. What was amazing about the process was that you learn so much about yourself as a designer and your team. More than anything what this gives us is a sense of purpose that what we're doing is on the right track. It will long outlive the moment but at the same time we are incredibly honored. The First Lady is a strong confident modern woman. She knows what she likes and what works for her and that's what makes a style icon. She very much embraces fashion but in a way that works for her,” he told WWD.
Michelle is no stranger to Reed’s designs. In fact, back in 2011 she selected one of his looks when she attended the Pritzker Acrhitecture Prize ceremony.
WATCH our interview with Reed below to see what else he had to say about Michelle Obama’s sense of style.
When last we saw White Collar, con man extraordinaire Neal had come to the realization that Treat Williams’ Sam was actually his long-missing father, James.
In Tuesday night’s Season 4.5 opener (USA Network, 10/9c), the two men will begin to hash out their issues — but as creator Jeff Eastin previews below, there’s still plenty of turmoil between them. Eastin also mentions a shake-up at the FBI that brings out Peter’s Caffrey-esque side and a possible reconciliation between Sara and the suave con artist — read on for all the details.
TVLINE | The beginning of this season was about Neal figuring out who he is and how his father factors into that. What’s the journey this time around? For Neal, it will be twofold. Mentally, it becomes about accepting this person in his life. It's one of those things – be careful what you wish for. All his life, he's wanted to know who his dad is… Now this person is standing in front of him, and he's pretty pissed off about it — partly because James has essentially been lying to him since he showed up, saying he was somebody else. For Neal, that's a real hard thing to reconcile.
As the season moves forward, you'll see that Peter and Mozzie are the ones that are very encouraging to Neal, saying, “If anybody can understand showing up and lying to somebody for a period of time, it should be you because this is something you, especially, could probably end up doing in your life.” Between their help, he finally learns to accept James. But then, just as that's happening, a lot of intrigue begins with James, and Neal really questioning who this guy is – not that he's not his father because he is his father, but it becomes a lot more about, who is this guy really? Is he really here doing what he says he's doing? Or is there an ulterior motive here? So for Neal, [it's] an emotional journey to accept the fact that this is his father and still continuing the theme of, if this guy's my father, does that define who I am?
Then on the action/drama side, there's still this pursuit of the evidence that Ellen left him, which ultimately will prove whether his dad was guilty or not. We have a pretty big finale that's pretty emotionally cool. Also, we got to shoot in the Empire State Building.
TVLINE | That’s incredible. Yeah. We got to shoot in the most iconic of New York places. It leads up to a pretty cool finale there. On Peter's side, his big arc is he's realized that the closer he gets to Neal, the more on the gray side he finds himself. A little bit of a spoiler is Hughes gets forced out by the evil forces. He convinces Peter that sometimes [he] needs to do what he believes in, not necessarily what the law says, but what he believes in his heart. So for Peter, it's this realization that to save himself, his career, save Neal, he really has to embrace that Neal side of him that’s always been there.
TVLINE | Neal's father has been so absent in his life for so long. When he comes back, how does he adjust to having a fatherly presence? Peter has always acted as a bit of a surrogate father to Neal anyway. So in Neal's mind, for a while now, he's had that father figure there. The hard part for Neal is comparing the father that he secretly wishes he had in Peter to the new guy who's shown up, who is his biological father… Neal has to come to grips with the fact James is his father, not Peter, and as much as he wants to pretend and as much as he wishes [his] life mirrored Peter's, he really doesn't know what he wants. He wants that perfect life with Elizabeth. He wants the white picket fence and the dog and those things. A little part of him knows that that's not for him, but it’s secretly what he tells himself he wants, and now this dad shows up who's a whole lot different from Peter. For Neal, a lot about that self-reflection is… "Am I looking at a reflection of myself? Or is it too late for me to change [myself] to who I want [to be]?"
TVLINE | Is there more of a physical danger this season as a result of James' involvement in the larger mystery arc? Well yes, but not necessarily because of James. It's sort of who James is in league with. The people that are after James show up and, through them, it gets real dangerous.
TVLINE | There's a shot of Elizabeth with a gun in the promos. Yeah. That's pretty cool. I can’t say too much about that. She plays a pretty active role this year.
TVLINE | What is the state of Neal's love life in these last six episodes? He's kissing Sara in the promo. Sara's back in Neal's life. In an earlier season, she admits to Neal that she had a sister that disappeared much like Kate disappeared. I always felt that was a bonding thing between them. That comes up a little this year. She's decided to pursue that. In that pursuit, her company, Sterling Bosch, has offered her a pretty huge promotion in the UK, and she is inclined to take it. At this point, her and Neal have decided to do more of a casual, friends-with-benefits type relationship, which they feel is a good way for them to maintain what they like about each other without the pressure of what usually causes them to break up. Fortunately or unfortunately, this pressure suddenly that Sara's going to take a new job in the UK and they'll probably never see each other again, it really pushes both of them to say, "Is this something worth saving? Or is this something we really want?" And like I said, we get to use the Empire State Building as our big iconic set piece at the end of the season, which turned out really great.
TVLINE | Any fun cases or episodes coming up that you're excited about? There's several, but one would be Neal and Sara kissing by the fountain. That's an episode where they both get kidnapped together, which is a fun one. It ended up turning out very well. And then the last couple leading up to the finale are really, really good, just because of all the stuff inside the Empire State Building. We got the whole tour and the history and everything else that we get to play into a little bit, and [we really like] the vistas of Neal and Sara at the top. We had access to what they call the 103rd floor that only like celebrities are allowed to go to. As a matter of fact, while we were filming there, we had to shut down for about a half an hour because Adam Sandler brought his family up and wanted to show them. That shut us down for a few minutes, which was actually kind of cool.
TVLINE | At this point, are there any places that you want to film at that you haven't been able to? Not really. There's the High Line in New York, which is that park there that we've been trying to shoot at. I’d love to do [that]. I don't think there's any problem. I think that's a matter of scheduling on our part. But we shot at Yankee Stadium last year. We got the Empire State Building. We've done a lot of iconic New York. Russian Tea Room would be fun. Madison Square Garden, maybe.
The singer let her patriotic spirit shine for her performance at the 2013 Kids’ Inaugural: Our Children, Our Future event on January 19, 2013 in Washington, D.C. Here’s how YOU can snag her red hot style!
With stars and stripes proudly on display,Katy Perry, 28, lit up the stage like a firework! The singer has always been vocal about her dedication to and support of President Obama — often literally wearing her patriotic pride for everyone to see! From her Presidential nail art to her Americana style, Katy’s daring style includes both retro AND political nods. Here’s how YOU can copy her fun makeup look!
Katy’s star spangled red, white and blue costume was pulled together perfectly with her fun retro waves hairstyle, inky black liquid eyeliner, and fire engine red lipstick. It’s no surprise that her stage style is showy, quirky and over the top, but her look can easily be toned down and transitioned into everyday wear.
You don’t have to be clad in a flag to rock Katy’s killer style or show your patriotic spirit! For Katy’s bright red pout, try a rich red shade like Maybelline ColorSensational Lip Color in Are You Red-y?➚ Slick on this dramatic true red hue when you want to bring all the attention to your lips! To echo Katy’s retro glam feel, pair your red lips with a thin line of flared liquid eyeliner on your top lash line. Skip the blush and bronzer so your pretty skin does not compete with your statement lipstick.
HollywoodLifers, do YOU love Katy’s bright red lipstick? Vote below!
The ‘Teen Mom 2′ star and her husband of a month got into a viscious Twitter argument on Jan. 21 after Jenelle accused her man of partying until the early morning and being unfaithful. Jenelle even changed her Facebook status to “single!”
The two — who are expecting a baby together in September — got into a heated Twitter exchange, during which Jenelle wrote she was “heartbroken in half completely.”
Jenelle went on a rant, first calling her man out with, “ARE YOU F—ING KIDDING ME?!”
Courtland responded with, “I think I just lost it all!!!!! I swear to god I am depressed as f–k I need my wife in my arms telling me everything is gonna b okay.” He also fought back allegations that he cheated on his wife.
“I went out last night and got wasted and came home at 3 am and I left my pregnant wife asleep by herself but I didn’t cheat!! I just left,” Courtland tweeted. But Jenelle didn’t think that was good enough — and revealed that her son Jace is the only man she wants in her life.
Jenelle Evans Changes Her Facebook Relationship Status
Shortly after their Twitter squabble, Jenelle took to another social media outlet to prove her anger. She changed her relationship status on Facebook from “married” to “single,” and then to “it’s complicated” a bit later.
“Taking Jace to the park to get my mind off of stuff. Jace and my new baby is all I will ever need I don’t need a man to make me happy. I love you Jace,” she posted on Facebook on Jan. 21.
Sounds like a huge disagreement! But Jenelle uploaded a few photos to her Facebook page with her and Courtland on the same day, so hopefully there’s hope for these newlyweds.
What to YOU think of Jenelle and Courtland’s fight HollyMoms? Do you think they’ll make up?
Selena took the stage on Jan. 19 to sing two break up songs during a UNICEF concert and top body language expert Dr. Lilian Glass says that it’s clear Selena is going through a lot of ‘turmoil’ over the break up.
Why Dr. Glass Thinks Selena Is Going Through ‘Emotional Agony’
Dr. Glass watched both of Selena’s performances, “Cry Me A River” and “I Knew You Were Trouble” and she says that Selena’s face can’t hide just how upset she is.
“In ‘Cry Me A River’ she barely moves. She sits there with a hunched over posture. At first, she is dressed virginal and pure, in her white dress and daisies, like a vulnerable child. Her legs are crossed and locked into position. She is negating her sexuality and showing her vulnerability through her body language and how she moves. She is careful to show an innocence and she is consistently hanging on to the mic for security. Her facial expression is pained as she is in emotional agony.”
Wow, this sounds so sad! We feel horrible for Selena! Dr. Glass adds that when Selena sings “I Knew You Were Trouble” you can feel her pain too.
“When she sings ‘Trouble’ she is more lively in her body language as she enrolls the audience for support. Poor girl is going through a lot of emotional turmoil and it shows in her performance.
Selena Addresses The Break Up During The Concert
Before Selena began to sing, she said: “I've been through a lot the last couple of months. It's been sad and cool, but interesting. This song definitely speaks to me.” At the end of the song she said: “Well, enough of that!”
Do you think it will take Selena a long time to get over Justin?
Kelly moved the crowd as she performed ‘My Country, ‘Tis of Thee’ at President Barack Obama’s second inauguration on Jan. 21 in Washington, D.C.
Kelly Clarkson gave a powerful performance as she sang ”My Country, ‘Tis of Thee” at President Barack Obama‘s second inauguration on Jan. 21. Kelly was joined by the United States Marine Band for her performance, as she was watched by a vast audience who were all there to support President Obama as he begins his second term as the President of the United States.
The President’s speech was extremely inspiring, as he spoke about democracy and truth:
“Each time we gather to inaugurate a president, we bear witness to the enduring strength of our Constitution,” said President Obama. “We affirm the promise of our democracy. We recall that what binds this nation together is not the colors of our skin or the tenets of our faith or the origins of our names. What makes us exceptional – what makes us American – is our allegiance to an idea, articulated in a declaration made more than two centuries ago.”
"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness."
Smollett, who will next been seen in NBC’s midseason thriller Do No Harm, will play Nicole, a do-gooder who possesses the rosy outlook of someone that life hasn't beaten down yet. She’s not concerned with money and more concerned with the doing what’s right.
Blaire, meanwhile, will portray Willa, the daughter of Louisiana Governor Truman Burrell (played by Arliss Howard). She has long clashed with her father over vampire rights.
True Blood's sixth season is slated to premiere in June.
The singer wore her newly blonde hair down and full of volume for the presidential inauguration on the West Front of the U.S. Capitol January 21, 2013 in Washington, DC. Do YOU love look? Sound off below!
Kelly Clarkson, 30, sported lush, voluminous waves for her star-studded performance. The star looked so glamorous in the style and her blonde hue is so flattering against her porcelain complexion.
Kelly Clarkson’s ever-changing tresses
The singer has been quite the hair chameleon over the years–she’s been everything from brunette and red to blonde and back again! But now, Kelly seems to have found her main hue. The sunny blonde shade is gorgeous on the star. To get your hair as high on volume, try a volumizing product like Big Sexy Hair Blow Dry Volumizing Gel Hair Styling Mousse➚. This volumizing gel adds incredible fullness and volume to your hair, while delivering a medium hold. Apply to damp hair from roots to ends and blow dry to expand the volume of your hair. Using a round brush, curl hair under as you blow it dry.
Even with all of her fame, Kelly is still a down-home girl at heart who prefers to reside in Nashville rather than Hollywood. "Even though I'm a pop singer, I really have more the life of a country singer," she told Lucky. While the star remains completely down to earth, she still has her must haves. She’s ‘obsessed’ with YSL lip glosses and has them in every color. She also loves the bandage dress. "They're like built-in Spanx," she says. She’s also low-maintenance when it come to fashion. "I put on the Hank Williams and the Patsy Cline and the Rosemary Clooney on vinyl—I'm not trying to be some cool indie-rock person, I just love the way it sounds—and throw on a T-shirt and jeans. In Texas, we practically come out of the womb in jeans." She also says, "I just blow-dry my hair and put on mascara and lip gloss, and I'm ready to go. I really don't get long nails. They're so Edward Scissorhands."
HollywoodLifers, do YOU love Kelly’s hair? Sound off below!
The singer looked stunning in a form-fitting gown and statement emerald jewels while she belted out the National Anthem — did you love her look?
Beyonce wowed the crowd when she performed the National Anthem at President Barack Obama's second inauguration on Jan. 21 in Washington, D.C., and she dressed to impress for the occasion, putting her killer curves on full display in a black Emilio Pucci mermaid gown with velvet detailing. The 31-year-old star covered up in the brisk weather, wearing a fur Christian Dior coat over her flowing frock. An emerald Lorraine Schwartz cocktail ring and bold, matching statement earrings by the designer really made the outfit pop.
Beyonce sounded amazing singing "The Star Spangled Banner," while her proud hubby, Jay-Z, looked out in the crowd. The superstar was accompanied by the United States Marine Band while she sang the National Anthem. The fashionable First Lady, Michelle Obama, also looked on with tears in her eyes. She also looked so stylish, wearing a custom-made Thom Browne coat and dress for the occasion. Michelle, like Beyonce, knows how to really enhance her figure — and she did so thanks to an embellished J. Crew belt that she wore over her checkered coat, cinching in her waist. Earlier in the day we saw the First Lady in a pair of J. Crew pumps, but she slipped into knee-high Reed Krakoff boots for the outdoor ceremony at the Capitol.
What do you think of Beyonce’s dress? There’s no denying the fact that Beyonce is simply stunning, and her inner diva shines through even when she’s wearing a t-shirt. While I thought she looked absolutely gorgeous, the gown did seem a bit formal for the morning ceremony — but the star is never one to shy away from glamour!
After seeing her stun in this Pucci gown I really can’t wait to see what she’ll wear to the Inauguration Ball this evening.
During the inauguration, the first daughters stared lovingly at their dad as he took the oath of office and was sworn in for another term on Jan. 21, the iconic date of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Sasha paired her purple Kate Spade coat with a matching purple scarf, and wore her hair in adorable curls. Older sister Malia wore her hair in sleek straight strands like her mom, and matched her fuchsia coat with a deep plum scarf.
President Barack Obama’s Inaugural Speech: Remembering Sandy Hook
“This generation of Americans has been tested by crises that steeled our resolve and proved our resilience. A decade of war is now ending. An economic recovery has begun. America's possibilities are limitless, for we possess all the qualities that this world without boundaries demands: youth and drive; diversity and openness; an endless capacity for risk and a gift for reinvention. My fellow Americans, we are made for this moment, and we will seize it – so long as we seize it together,” he said during his inaugural speech.
What do YOU think of the first daughters HollyMoms? Aren’t they so cute?