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It's Another Girl for Brooke Anderson

It's Another Girl for Brooke Anderson

Originally posted 12/02/2013 09:30PM

The Entertainment Tonight correspondent welcomed daughter Lily Georgina on Saturday, she tells PEOPLE

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Nancy O'Dell's Emmy Blog: What Made the Red Carpet Sizzle

Nancy O'Dell's Emmy Blog: What Made the Red Carpet Sizzle

Originally posted 09/23/2013 10:30PM

Entertainment Tonight anchor Nancy O'Dell is sharing her unique up-close Emmy experience, juggling one of the most demanding weeks of the year with home life. Follow Nancy also on her website, Facebook and Twitter.

What was hot at the Emmys?

Some moments were truly muy caliente, like Sofia Vergara's red-hot dress. Others were a bit more literal. But here ya go, a breakdown of my moments which I call Emmy HOT!

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Nancy O'Dell's Emmy Blog: Fittings, Flats and the Perfect Bra

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Nancy O'Dell's Emmy Blog: Fittings, Flats and the Perfect Bra

Originally posted 09/22/2013 03:15PM

Entertainment Tonight anchor Nancy O'Dell is sharing her unique up-close Emmy experience, juggling one of the most demanding weeks of the year with home life. Follow Nancy also on her website, Facebook and Twitter.

You know that phenomenon called the calm before the storm? You're outside and you notice everything seems to go quiet, the air goes still, and all seems peaceful. It's time to head inside, and get ready because in a few minutes, the air will change, the clouds will appear, and raindrops will start falling on your head. Saturday was my calm before the storm.

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See Jon Gosselin at His New Job – Waiting Tables | Jon Gosselin

Jon Gosselin: From TV Stardom to Waiting Tables

Originally posted 09/18/2013 08:00PM

Jon Gosselin admits he was "nervous" when he began waiting tables at the Black Dog restaurant in Beckersville, Pa.

Just a few years ago, he'd been on top of the world, starring in the top-rated TLC reality show, Jon & Kate Plus 8 and co-writing a New York Times bestseller, but a messy divorce in 2009 ended all that.

While his ex-wife Kate and their eight kids remained in the couple's $1.3 million Pennsylvania home, he moved out, and admits in a new interview with Entertainment Tonight that it's been "next to near impossible to find work."

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Second Child on the Way for Brooke Anderson

Second Child on the Way for Brooke Anderson

Originally posted 06/22/2013 12:00PM

The Entertainment Tonight correspondent is expecting a sibling for daughter Kate in late November

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FIRST LOOK: Prince Michael Jackson Works as a Show Biz Reporter

Michael Jackson's Son Prince Michael Works as TV Reporter

Originally posted 02/19/2013 09:35AM

Michael Jackson's son, Prince Michael, stepped into a world his late father knew well, becoming a special correspondent for Entertainment Tonight.

Mentored by the show's Brooke Anderson, the 16-year-old interviewed actors James Franco, Zach Braff and director Sam Raimi for their new film Oz the Great and Powerful for shows airing this week.

"We have a mutual connection, and I have been working to do something with him for a while," Anderson tells PEOPLE.

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ET Names Rob Marciano New Co-Anchor

Rob Marciano Becomes New Co-Anchor of Entertainment Tonight

Originally posted 11/12/2012 03:15PM

ET has some casting news of its own.

Rob Marciano, a news and weather anchor for CNN, will take his seat alongside Nancy O'Dell as the new co-anchor of Entertainment Tonight starting in January.

A former weatherman in Portland and Lake Charles, La., with a bachelor's degree in meteorology, Marciano covered Hurricane Katrina and the BP oil spill for CNN, earning a Peabody Award for his field work. He also hosted primetime specials, including Rescue: Saving the Gulf.

Marciano calls the ET job a "dream come true."

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PHOTO: John Tesh Surprises Mary Hart at Final ET Taping

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Mary Hart Tapes Final Entertainment Tonight Episode with Friends

Originally posted 05/19/2011 03:55PM

After nearly 30 years hosting Entertainment Tonight, the day has come for Mary Hart to put down her mic.

Hart, 60, whose hosting duties will be fulfilled by Nancy O'Dell, 45, was surprised with a party on stage after her final taping on Thursday. Unexpected guests, including Hart's former co-hosts John Tesh (co-hosted from 1982-1996), Bob Goen (co-hosted from 1993-2004) and Robb Weller (co-hosted from 1984-1986), were brought out for the big farewell.

Additionally, Natalie Cole surprised Hart and serenaded the departing host with her hit, "Unforgettable."

Admitting in November that leaving ET was "not an easy decision," Hart said, "Knowing I will pass the baton to Nancy O'Dell makes that decision much easier."

Fans can reach out to Hart and send their own messages via Twitter by Tweeting @ETonlinealert using the hash tag #WeHartMary.

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Lara Spencer of The Insider Denies Feud with Nancy O'Dell

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Lara Spencer of The Insider Denies Feud with Nancy O'Dell

Originally posted 11/10/2010 07:00PM

She's happy to be on the inside.

Lara Spencer is shooting down rumors that she was angry Nancy O'Dell – and not Spencer – is replacing Mary Hart on Entertainment Tonight.

"That couldn't be further from the truth," The Insider host tells PEOPLE. "There's no feud. I have a great job. I host a show that I love and that I helped launch."

As for O'Dell, Spencer says the former Access Hollywood co-host "is a really great choice. I've known her for years and she's going to be a great addition to the team. There's nothing but love – and I mean that."

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Billy Idol to 'Properly Rock' ET/PEOPLE Emmy Party | Billy Idol

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Billy Idol to 'Properly Rock' ET/PEOPLE Emmy Party

Originally posted 09/12/2008 05:35PM

Forget a polite thank you: Emmy winners can let out a rebel yell when Billy Idol performs Sept. 21 at the Entertainment Tonight Emmy Party sponsored by PEOPLE.

"I'm looking forward to tearing the roof off of Disney Hall at ET's party," Idol says. "Get ready to be properly rocked!"

For the second year in a row, the A-list post-awards bash will be held in the famed concert hall. Confirmed celebrities include Eva Longoria Parker, David Cook, Jimmy Kimmel, Tina Fey and Paula Abdul.

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