Talk show host Ellen DeGeneres will stop by The Grove Tuesday, October 4 to talk with "Extra" host Mario Lopez about her new book, "Seriously...I'm Kidding."
Some fans will be selected to ask Ellen questions on the stage, so join us at 5:30PM PDT!
DeGeneres will be also be signing copies of her book at The Grove's Barnes & Noble store at 6:30PM.
Singer and author Jermaine Jackson visited The Grove to talk with "Extra" host Mario Lopez about his new book, "You Are Not Alone, Michael: Through a Brother's Eyes" -- and about how Michael Jackson's family is doing.
Jermaine responded to the old rumor that Michael's children -- Prince, 14, Paris, 12, and Blanket, 9 -- are not the late singer's biological offspring. "They are Michael's kids, 100 per cent. I'll tell you why, Prince already has signs of vitiligo, spots on his body," referring to the skin disorder Michael also had. Jermaine added, "They're doing very well."
A pair of explosive new tell-alls about former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin could damage her political career and marriage.
According to the National Enquirer, Sarah's husband Todd is "fed up" with the constant scandals surrounding their marriage since his wife ran for Vice President, and is reportedly ready to file for divorce.
Now that the drama in the Schwarzenegger household has subsided, Arnold Schwarzenegger will write a memoir, according to People. The working title for the book is "Total Recall: My Unbelievably True Story," in which he apparently won't recall all.
According to an insider, "the book will not be a tell-all."
"Extra's" Mario Lopez was at Trattoria Amici at Americana over the weekend, celebrating his daughter Gia's one-year birthday bash.
Lopez and girlfriend Courtney Mazza enjoyed the special event with friends and family at the Glendale, Calif. restaurant, where Gia was given an amazing castle cake from Pillsbury Sweet Moments.
Former "Dancing with the Stars" contestant Kirstie Alley is writing a new book about the men in her life.
Alley tweeted Thursday, "I made a Book deal w Atria. It's about how men have influenced my life. Lovers, friends, husbands,directors,Dad, Son, etc.. Kurt Vonnegut ;)"
It's hard to believe Jane Fonda -- the woman who does it all -- is 73!
"Extra" caught up with the fitness pioneer, political activist and author at her book signing in NYC, and she revealed the secret, explaining, "I'm healthy, I exercise, I eat well, but I think more than anything it has to do with attitude."
The Oscar-winning actress' latest book is called, "Prime Time: Love; Health; Sex; Fitness; Friendship; Spirit" and offers new life lessons, capturing many of Fonda's philosophies on life, love and aging.