Actress Heather Locklear stopped by The Grove to talk with “Extra’s” Mario Lopez about her new role on TNT's “Franklin and Bash,” her workout regimen, and who makes her starstruck.
Locklear joked around with co-star Breckin Meyer… take a look!
Season 3 of “Franklin & Bash” premieres Wednesday on TNT!
Actress Heather Locklear is dating Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Dr. Marc Mani, according to the NY Post.
The “Melrose Place” star was married to Motley Crue member Tommy Lee from 1986 to 1993. Then she wed Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora in 1994, and they had daughter Ava, 15. The two divorced in 2006.
"Dancing with the Stars" contestant Jack Wagner and dancing coach Anna Trabunskya spent time catching up with "Extra" host Mario Lopez at The Grove.
Lopez and Wagner met when they were both part of the soap opera, "The Bold and the Beautiful."
Actress Heather Locklear, who was hospitalized last week with severe stomach pains stemming from an alleged combination of prescription drugs and alcohol, has a new problem on her hands.
An L.A. City Attorney spokesman confirmed Locklear and ex-fiancé Jack Wagner could face misdemeanor battery charges over a massive fight that went down between them late last month.
Heather Locklear's sister dialed 911 on Jan. 12 when the actress experienced severe stomach pain, according to the 911 tape, which is heavily redacted due to patient confidentiality.
According to TMZ, Locklear was also in severe distress when paramedics arrived. They determined her condition was serious enough to be transported to a hospital, where she was placed in the Intensive Care Unit. The "Melrose Place" star had reportedly taken prescription drugs with alcohol -- a potentially lethal combination.
Heather Locklear was released from the hospital, but her family wants her to seek treatment at the UCLA Hospital, according to TMZ.
Although her parents said she was doing "just fine," Heather's family believes it's more ideal for her to be in a hospital setting, rather than a swanky rehab facility.
Actress Heather Locklear was listed in "medically stable" condition at a Thousand Oaks, Calif., hospital Thursday after being rushed there by ambulance.
The "Melrose Place" star, 50, was taken to the hospital after the fire department and sheriff's deputies responded to a 911 from her sister. Reports say Heather may have mixed alcohol and prescription drugs.