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VIDEO: Celebrate Now and Then's 20th Anniversary with 20 Life Lessons It Taught Us

Originally posted 10/20/2015 03:30PM

The coming-of-age film Now and Then first hit theaters 20 years ago this week. Its parallel timelines contrast four young friends – Samantha (Gaby Hoffmann), Roberta (Christina Ricci), Chrissy (Ashleigh Ashton Moore) and Teeny (Thora Birch) – with the women they grew up to be – played by Demi Moore, Rosie O'Donnell, Rita Wilson and Melanie Griffith, respectively.

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Donny Osmond Lets Slip He'll Be on DWTS

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UpdatePosted 01/27/2009 08:00AM

Donny Osmond Lets Slip He'll Be on DWTS

Originally posted 01/26/2009 09:30PM

Donny Osmond has let slip that he is about to step into his sister Marie's shoes – her dancing shoes.

While next season's stars have yet to be announced for the ABC hit Dancing with the Stars, Donny appeared with Marie for a Monday taping of the syndicated The Bonnie Hunt Show for an episode scheduled to air Tuesday.

Asked by his TV hostess if, like his sister, he'd ever consider doing Dancing, the former teen idol, 51, flashed his trademark smile and said, "Well, I guess I am making an announcement. I'll say I am seriously considering doing it, let's put it that way."

Never one for a poker face, Osmond added with a laugh, "I guess I just let the cat out of the bag."

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Bonnie Hunt Crushes on Brian Williams

Bonnie Hunt Crushes on Brian Williams

Originally posted 11/07/2008 05:00PM

Bonnie Hunt has a boyfriend ... NBC News anchor Brian Williams.

The crush was first revealed in September, when the TV host welcomed Elmo to The Bonnie Hunt Show, where Elmo let it slip that Hunt had a thing for Williams, who'd recently been on Sesame Street.

The powers-that-be at NBC then informed their flattered (and married) newsman, who wrote about it on his daily blog.

On Monday's show, Hunt reveals that Williams has taken their relationship one step further, having over-nighted to her an "adorable, funny, smart and witty letter."

In it, "her boyfriend," as Hunt refers to Williams, writes that he's upset that she confided in Elmo, "because everyone in the business knows Elmo is a terrible gossip."
Stephen M. Silverman

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