Depp admitted, “‘Here Comes Honey Boo Boo’… I could be called a fan.”
The actor laughingly added, “I'm a little frightened of the show. That’s the thing… they're probably great people, but there are bits that happen that just I am mesmerized by.”
“The Lone Ranger” rides into theaters on Wednesday.
British singing star Susan Boyle, who shot to fame after her appearance on “Britain’s Got Talent,” is busy these days, embarking on her first live tour in the UK… and she's looking for Mr. Right.Scottish Sun, Boyle said, "I want to find a man, but it’s hard with all the traveling I do. I really want to start going on dates and I’ve asked my friends to set me up with a good man, if they can find one. I’d like to settle down one day."
Oscar-winning actress Kate Winslet graces the April cover of Harper’s Bazaar UK, talking about her Commander of the British Empire honor for services to drama, plus her meeting with the Queen, and what she’s learned from her past.
“Extra” host Mario Lopez sat down for an exclusive interview with Dina Lohan, who talked about the rumors surrounding daughter Lindsay and her family.
When asked if trouble seems to find Lindsay or Lindsay finds trouble,” her mother replied, “A little bit of both. I really think she’s a target and since I am a single parent, I think they think there’s a weaker link that she doesn’t have as much protection around her.”
Penacoli asked, “In terms of your own personal problems with this issue, will you talk to your children about it?" Zeta-Jones answered, “Sure I will, if they're even interested in it. Personal issues, I like to remain personal, but this is a disease that affects many, many people.”
“Mad Men” star January Jones likes to change her hair color, but at what expense?
During the Sundance Film Festival, the actress spoke to Grazia Daily about her ever-changing locks. “I have been every color, and now my hair is falling out in clumps,” she confessed.
Jones said she likes “all colors,” but “I prefer to be blonde. My son recognizes me in photos when I am blonde, he says 'mama'.”
“I feel like a bit of a disappointment to all of you. I feel like a failure,” confessed Frankel, as she held back tears.
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Since Frankel's stint on "The Real Housewives of New York City," she's written four books, released a fitness video, founded her Skinnygirl line, and is launching a talk show, "Bethenny," set to air nationally in 2013 on FOX.
Rimes debuted her new song, "Borrowed," which she admitted is a “song about… the situation. I did go through a very public affair... with Eddie, who is now my wonderful husband. The song looks into the darker moments of things.”
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