“Glee” star Lea Michelle admitted she is still “trying to figure out” her life after boyfriend Cory Monteith’s tragic death this summer, but says she felt like the “luckiest girl in the world” when she was with him.
“Catching Fire” star Liam Hemsworth is a “happier” camper these days.
In the latest "Conversations with Maria" episode, host Maria Menounos chats with actor Rob Lowe about his upcoming book “Love Life,” behind-the-scenes stories of the hit National Geographic movie “Killing Kennedy,” feeling snubbed at the Emmys, and more.
Actor Orlando Bloom made an appearance on Katie Couric’s talk show on Thursday and spoke for the first time about his breakup with wife Miranda Kerr.
A humbled Bloom told Couric, “We love each other. We're a family. We're going to be in each other’s lives for the rest of our lives. There's no question that for the sake of our son and everything else, we're going to support one another and love each other as parents to Flynn. Life sometimes doesn't work out as we plan, but fortunately we're both adults.”
“Melissa & Joey” star Melissa Joan Hart says she went through a wild period in her youth, in which she experimented with drugs.
In her new memoir, “Melissa Explains It All,” on shelves October 29, Hart dishes about some of her drug-fueled nights, and reveals a few steamy hookups.
"I Dream of Jeannie" star Barbara Eden sat down with "Extra's" Maria Menounos to talk about working with her former co-star, the late Larry Hagman, and Hollywood leading ladies who've given her the cold shoulder, plus the men who have wooed her!
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“Extra’s” Mario Lopez joined the “Look Who’s Talking” co-stars on the “Kirstie” set to talk about them working together and their enduring friendship.
Alley, who said her favorite Travolta movie is "Urban Cowboy," explained about the first time they met. “When I first met John, it was in Canada. We went out the night before we started shooting and I had a little too much tequila. I said, 'Don’t talk to me as John... for the whole night can you just be Bud [his character in 'Urban Cowboy']' and he goes, 'I don’t want to do that.' I said, 'Okay, be Wayne.' Remember I made up that name for you?"
Kirstie continued, "So the whole rest of the night, he was Wayne, and I just kept drinking more and more tequila. I was on cloud nine. We danced the Two Step, and it was my dream come true.”
“Extra’s” Mario Lopez sat down with Matt Damon to talk about his new sci-fi thriller, “Elysium,” and the actor told Mario his secret to staying out of the public eye.