As Seen On Extra
"Extra's" AJ Calloway visited Elvis Duran, host of "Elvis Duran and the Morning Show," at the show's New York studios, where we got an insider look at the popular radio show.
"The Morning Show" also received a visit from musician Colbie Caillat.
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Paris Hilton was with “Extra’s” Mario Lopez at Universal Studios Hollywood, where she talked about the bizarre night that “Celebrity Rehab” star Jeremy Jackson reportedly crashed her Malibu beach house and got into an altercation with Paris’ brother Barron, which left her younger sibling hospitalized.
Eddie Cibrian and LeAnn Rimes joined “Extra’s” Mario Lopez at Universal Studios Hollywood, where the couple talked about how they told Eddie’s two children (with ex-wife Brandi Glanville) about their affair.
“Extra” was with reality TV star Aviva Drescher, who detailed what drove her to throw her prosthetic leg during the finale of “Real Housewives of New York.”
Actress Tori Spelling visited “Extra’s” Mario Lopez at Universal Studios Hollywood, where she talked about her ABC Family show "Mystery Girls" and how she and husband Dean McDermott are doing after their public marriage counseling on “True Tori.”
“Extra’s” Terri Seymour was with Demi Lovato as she gave fans a preview of her world tour show on the Honda Stage in Long Beach Lovato talked about on her diet, and the recent pizza party she attended with President Obama.
Who do the A-listers turn to when they need unique, elegant, and sometimes super sexed-up furniture, lighting and accessories? It's Cindy Rocker, the interior designer behind Diva Rocker Glam.
Tyler ended up with a room full of faux chinchilla sofas, a crystal chandelier, and a half-naked mannequin wearing a top hat.
"Extra" caught up with Cindy at the Diva Rocker Glam showroom in Hollywood where she showed off her furniture and chatted about other celebs she's worked with.
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“Extra’s” Terri Seymour recently sat down with Vin Diesel, who talked about having to finish “Fast & Furious 7” without his good friend Paul Walker, who died in a car crash last November.
The actor explained, “On some levels it was very cool to know his brothers were supporting this and wanting to help. On another level, they triggered memories, unintentionally at times. There’s no one like Paul Walker and there was only one Paul Walker, and it is a very tricky task for an actor to both mourn and be in the process of that stage of mourning and also have to pretend that person is still there. It made the experience that much more arduous.”