Actress Sofia Vergara, 40, is known for her sexy curves, but at one point her publicist recommended she get breast reduction surgery.
"Desperate Housewives" star Eva Longoria made an appearance on "Good Morning America" Thursday, dishing with Katie Couric about the end of her hit ABC show, and her split with Tony Parker.
"It's interesting, because I'm in a big transition in my life. I am not married. I always thought I would be married at the end of 'Housewives,'" Longoria, 37, told Couric. "The show is ending. ... A lot of chapters are closing in my life, and so I'm at a point where I get to redefine who I am."
In Tuesday's highly anticipated battle of the morning shows, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin played it for laughs by poking fun at herself, while former "Today" show host Katie Couric didn't play it at all, making no reference to Palin or "Today."
Palin appeared on the "Today" show as a guest host, while Couric is filing in for Robin Roberts this week at "Good Morning America."
Former CBS Nightly News anchor Katie Couric and the one-time Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin will face off once again this Tuesday -- only this time it's an NBC-ABC ratings battle.
ABC recently announced that former "Today" host Katie Couric will sit in for Robin Roberts as co-host of "Good Morning America" starting Tuesday through the rest of the week.
Hollywood A-listers living on the East Coast are preparing for Hurricane Irene, a Category 2 storm that should hit area by Saturday.
Sarah Jessica Parker told reporters that she has water, flashlights and batteries. She's also "removing anything that could fly through windows," the AP reports.
A concerned Alec Baldwin tweeted, "Is the storm coming here? IS THE STORM COMING HERE?!?! AAAAAAAGGGGGHHHHHH!!!!" then later added, "I have water, batteries, a Scrabble dictionary, peanut M&Ms, a copy of 'Decision Points' and a Thigh Master."
"Extra" caught up with newly anointed talk show host Katie Couric backstage at the "Tonight" show, where we asked about her just-announced ABC daytime show deal.
"I like to interact with people," admitted Couric, joking with "Extra's" Jerry Penacoli. "I sort of have a big personality."
ABC announced Monday they are bringing former CBS news anchor and former "Today" host Katie Couric aboard to host a new afternoon talk show, to launch in September 2012.
The multi-year deal will also give Couric a role at ABC News, reports the Wall Street Journal, in which she will contribute to ABC News, anchoring specials, conducting interviews and participating in special-events coverage.
News anchor Katie Couric has finally made it official; she is leaving "CBS Evening News," reports People.com, after helming the news program for the last three years. She holds the distinction of being the first woman to solo anchor a network TV news program.
"I have decided to step down from the 'CBS Evening News,'" Couric told People. "I'm really proud of the talented team on the 'CBS Evening News' and the award-winning work we've been able to do in the past five years in addition to the reporting I've done for '60 Minutes' and 'CBS Sunday Morning.' In making the decision to move on, I know the 'Evening News' will be in great hands, but I am excited about the future."