Will Don Draper cheat? Does January have to wear a fat suit? Which cast member does Elisabeth want to see on “Dancing with the Stars”?
Watch the video to get the scoop!
Someone call Snoop Dogg because Sunday night’s Emmy red carpet was covered in platinum!
Here are more hot topics for April 27!
George and Stacy’s Double Date – x17online.com
William and Kate’s Low-Key Anniversary Celebration Plans – Us Weekly
NFL Draft Pick’s Wife Becomes Instant Twitter Star – Daily Mail
Brandi Glanville Now a Full-Time ‘Housewife’ – RadarOnline.com
Don murders his past, Peggy murders a budding friendship, Joan murders her marriage, and Sally learns about some very real murders. Read the full recap at EW.com.
Get more "Extra" scoop headlines for April 9!
Whitney Houston Funeral: New Jersey Residents Outraged by Cost to Taxpayers -- E! Online
Jesse James Has 'No Place' in His Life for Women -- USA Today
Anne Hathaway Chops Off Hair for 'Les Miserables' -- MTV News
'The Client List' Premiere: Jennifer Love Hewitt Offers Extra Services Toward Happy Ending -- Huffington Post
As fans anticipate a giant season five debut on Sunday for AMC's hit drama, "Mad Men," "Extra's" Renee Bargh visited the top secret set with January Jones, Jon Hamm and creator Matthew Weiner.
Weiner, who holds the secret to this season's plotlines, said he makes sure to keep the scripts locked up before shredding them, saying, "I just don't want them lying around." The executive producer admitted there is one other person who knows all the spoilers before they happen. "My wife knows everything, yes!"
Actor Jon Hamm gave a candid interview to Playboy for their April issue, telling stories about the day he found out he got the role of "Mad Men" lead Don Draper, plus his philosophy on life -- and how being a set dresser for soft-core porn films was his worst job.
Hamm explained, "I did set dressing on some soft-core porn films. That was hands-down the worst. I was working on the crew from seven to seven, and it was horribly depressing. ... I'm sure there are more terrible day jobs in L.A., but it's definitely on the lower end of the spectrum of the wonder of moviemaking. It wasn't even that much money, but it was money."