Actress Christina Applegate is leaving the NBC comedy “Up All Night.”
Applegate said in a statement, “It’s been a great experience working on ‘Up All Night,’ but the show has taken a different creative direction and I decided it was best for me to move on to other endeavors.”
"Saturday Night Live" had their say this weekend in the 2012 election, opening the show with a spoof on the recent vice-presidential debate between Joe Biden and Paul Ryan."Big Daddy Joe" Biden, played by Jason Sudeikis, was ridiculed for his interruptions, laughter and "malarkey" comments." The "gym-strong" Paul Ryan (Taran Killam) was also put on the chopping block, unable to provide specific on tax loopholes and gulping down water uncontrollably.
Actress Christina Applegate is one busy woman, between her hit show “Up All Night” and 1-year-old daughter Sadie, but she still makes time to raise awareness of breast cancer.
Applegate told “Extra’s” Mario Lopez she is helping women below the age of 40 get the testing they need for early detection. The star’s charity, Right Action for Women, helps high-risk patients pay for MRIs, which can detect cancer earlier than mammograms.
Actress and new mom Christina Applegate is on the April cover of Health magazine, talking about having another baby -- and the cancer she battled four years ago.
"I'm probably more -- unfortunately, at this point -- paranoid than I'd ever been before about when I go get my checkups and everything," revealed Applegate to Health. "I'm just scared. And I don't want to be."
After being locked away from the outside world for 75 days, "Big Brother" veteran Rachel Reilly emerged Wednesday as the winner of CBS' voyeuristic reality TV competition. Read full story at CBSNews.com.
Here are more "Extra" scoop headlines for September 15!
Hugh Jackman Wants to Star on 'Glee'! - Broadway World.com
Sarah Palin: General Electric is 'Poster Child' of 'Crony Capitalism' - Yahoo News
Christina Applegate in 'Up All Night': How 'Real' is New NBC Comedy? - L.A. Times
Anna Faris Talks Women Actresses, Co-Stars and Boob Jobs -- Marie Claire
You don't have to wait until October to become aware. Learn how you can become "Breast-Aware" now!
Breast health and awareness is important at all ages, not just after 40. Second to skin cancers, breast cancer is the most common type of cancer found in women. Every woman needs to know if they are at risk. In recognition of Women's Health Month, here are some easy ways to become more aware of your breasts:
Understand your risk level: Know your family's health history and talk to your doctor about your personal risk of breast cancer.
Screenings: Ask your doctor which screening tests are right for you if you are a higher risk. If you're 40 or older, have a mammogram every year. If you're 20 or older, have a clinical breast exam at least every three years.
Know what's normal for you: See your doctor right away if you notice any of the following breast changes:
--Lump, hard knot or thickening
--Swelling, warmth, redness or darkening
--Change in size or shape
--Dimpling of puckering of the skin
--Itchy, scaly sore or rash on the nipple
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!"