Convicted murderer Jodi Arias is awaiting her second penalty trial to determine whether she will receive the death penalty or life in prison for killing ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander. In the meantime, HLN host Nancy Grace is going “Behind Bars” for a new two-part special, to find out what life is really like for Arias inside Estrella Women’s Jail.Watch the clip for a sneak peek at Nancy’s sit-down interview with Jodi’s fellow inmates!
Accused man-killer Jodi Arias has a secret lesbian lover at Estrella Jail in Phoenix, says Nancy Grace. A source told the HLN host about the murder defendant's new romance while Grace was touring the facility for her show.
While reporting the story on-air, Nancy turned to legal expert Matt Zarrell for his thoughts on Jodi’s alleged girlfriend. He noted this is further proof that Arias can “charm her way into any relationship… but this time it is with the same sex, with a female.”
HLN host Nancy Grace took “Extra” on the set of the Lifetime movie “The Eleventh Victim,” based on her gritty bestselling novel.
The film stars Jennie Garth as Assistant D.A. Hailey Danes, who has to prosecute a personal case when her fiancée is murdered.
Take a look!
Talk show host and former prosecutor Nancy Grace was grilled on "The View" about statements she made about Whitney Houston's death, saying that someone may have pushed the singer into the bathtub where she died.
Barbara Walters read Grace's statement, saying, "We do not know who gave her her drugs and alcohol, or who let her slip, or pushed her underneath the water."
Thursday's morning news programs were fueled by arguments over strong remarks made by HLN host Nancy Grace and FOX News host Bill O'Reilly regarding Whitney Houston's death.
On her program Monday, Grace demanded to know how Whitney died -- and even hinted the superstar may have been murdered, saying, "I'd like to know who was around her, who, if anyone, gave her drugs, following alcohol and drugs, and who let her slip, or pushed her, underneath that water?"
"Good Morning America" anchor Robin Roberts questioned Grace about her controversial comments. Watch the interview.
"Extra" correspondent Adrianna Costa caught up with Kris Jenner at The Hollywood Reporter's Women in Entertainment 2011: Power 100 event at The Beverly Hills Hotel.
The reality mom, who starts the day at 4:30 AM, dished about her kids, starting with newly single Kim. Jenner opened up about the backlash directed at Kim for filing for divorce from Kris Humphries after only 72 days of marriage, saying, "You can't judge anybody else... you gotta look at your own life, you know, everything happens for a reason."
HLN host Nancy Grace talked with "Extra" correspondent Jerry Penacoli and gave her two cents on the recent four-year jail sentence handed to Michael Jackson's doctor, Conrad Murray, after he was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter.
"The judge in the Michael Jackson death trial brings down the hammer!" Grace exclaimed, but added she thinks Murray shouldn't be in an L.A. county jail. "You're with anybody from shoplifters to a burglar to someone who went joyriding, whereas if you're in the pen, you're in with rapists, child molesters and killers. He should be absolutely in the state penitentiary. He's going to get light treatment and a sentence reduction. You might as well tie it up in a red bow and serve it to him on a silver platter!"
"Dancing with the Stars" contestant Nancy Grace is going home, but that's not stopping her from speaking her mind regarding the latest breaking news, including her thoughts on Dr. Conrad Murray, Justin Bieber and Kim Kardashian.
Backstage with "Extra" Special Correspondent Tony Dovolani, Grace put it bluntly. "He's still milking Michael Jackson like a cow. And I hope the judge takes that into account come sentencing time."