Actress Alyssa Milano, 40, appears on the July cover of Maxim magazine wearing nothing but underwear and an unbuttoned shirt… to promote her racy new series, "Mistresses."
The former teen star talked about having a career after the popular '80s sitcom, "Who's the Boss?” "I think Christina Applegate and I are the only two who maintained some sort of career path past the shows that launched us. But I have a great family. And I look at a lot of these kids who struggle in the industry and think they’d have struggled no matter what they did.”
Today marks the 10th anniversary of the September 11 attacks -- and many celebrities have taken to Twitter to remember the victims and their families.
Anderson Cooper: "On the air right now at the world trade site. Families of those killed are gathering. It is a beautiful memorial."
Lea Michele: "To all the families and people of New York affected by the tragedies of September 11th my thoughts and prayers go out to you."
Demi Moore: "Today on #9/11 as we take pause to honor and remember the loss let's us also connect and hold the love that heals and unites us!"
"Extra" caught up with actress Alyssa Milano, and she talked about what it's like being pregnant on the set of the FOX show "Breaking In."
"Working while I'm pregnant has actually made me less self-conscious," Milano laughed. "I can't really suck it in, soooo you're stuck with whatever this is doing."
Check out our interview!
At the "Hall Pass" premiere, "Extra" talked babies with stars Christina Applegate, Owen Wilson -- and newly pregnant Alyssa Milano.
"I'm craving broccoli," Milano revealed. "How weird is that?" The actress said she isn't sure of the baby's gender yet, but she'll "probably" find out.
Meanwhile, Applegate is in the wonderful throes of early motherhood, head over heels for her baby daughter Sadie, telling "Extra," "Anyone who's gone through having a double mastectomy knows that first of all, you've had an amputation," Christina explained. "But with Sadie, it just didn't matter in that moment. I just said eff it. This is her favorite place to be!"
Actress Alyssa Milano and her agent/husband David Bugliari are expecting a child, Milano's rep confirmed to People.com.
"They're just over the moon," a friend told People. "They are so excited." The "Charmed" star is due in early fall.
You'd never know by looking at her, but actress Alyssa Milano admits she has felt pretty goofy when it come to guys.
"Without a doubt, I think everyone has been romantically challenged at some point in their life. I am kind of geeky, kind of a nerd," Milano told "Extra's" Terri Seymour on the set of her new ABC sitcom "Romantically Challenged" (airing this spring).
Alyssa Milano has put her money where her heart is -- and is asking corporations to do the same.
Milano, a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, donated $50,000 to the charity's Haiti earthquake relief efforts, and has made a "Tweet Challenge" on Twitter asking corporations to match her donation.
The actress writes on Huffington Post, "I challenge any corporation to match my $50,000 donation to the U.S. Fund for UNICEF. 100% of every dollar will go directly to supplies that include tarpaulins, water-purification tablets, oral rehydration salts, family water kits, medical supplies, medical kits, food, shelter, and protection."
Madonna has also donated money to relief efforts and asked her fans "to join me collectively to match my contribution or give in any way you can." She adds in her statement to AP, "We must act now."
The queen of pop gave $250,000 to Partners in Health, a health care provider in Haiti.
See how other stars give back below: