01:02 PM EDT 05/19/2016
Tina Fey, Tracy Morgan and Many More Belt Out Their Admiration for Lorne Michaels at American Songbook Gala in His Honor
Originally posted 02/12/2016 01:15PM
Live from New York, it was Lorne Michaels's night!
Candice Bergen Says Her Date with Donald Trump Was 'Short' – but She Does Remember His Burgundy Limo
Originally posted 02/12/2016 07:55AM
Candice Bergen could have been a Trump.
Originally posted 12/23/2015 01:15PM
[BRIGHTCOVE "4671930315001"] Fifteen years ago this week, Miss Congeniality opened in theaters, on Dec. 22, 2000. It wasn't one of star Sandra Bullock's Oscar bait roles, nor was it one of her smooshy romantic comedies. No, it's pretty much an out-and-out comedy, with Bullock starring as frumpy, awkward FBI agent Gracie Hart, who goes undercover at a beauty pageant and finds her inner swan. And don't forget that female-led comedies were hard to come by back then and are still pretty rare all these years later.
Originally posted 04/03/2015 06:20PM
Candice Bergen's comments about her weight ("I'm fat," she writes in her new memoir, A Fine Romance) went viral last week, but size isn't the only personal topic she's getting candid about.
Originally posted 03/23/2015 01:20PM
Candice Bergen has no shame in following a bread basket with a bowl of chocolate ice cream.
Originally posted 11/15/2013 01:00PM
Murphy Brown turns 25 this week, but it's the TV show's fans who got the present.
The show, featuring Candice Bergen as a smart-alecky, fresh-out-of-rehab news anchor, premiered on Nov. 14, 1988, and to celebrate that milestone, it was just announced that the long-running comedy has finally entered syndication.
Murphy Brown starred Bergen, along with Faith Ford, Grant Shaud, Joe Regalbuto, Charles Kimbrough and Lily Tomlin, as reporters for a national show that covered politics, lifestyle pieces and hard-hitting news. Think The Newsroom but with a killer sense of humor. The half-hour comedy ran on CBS from 1988 to 1998.
Originally posted 03/10/2013 10:00AM
When it comes to hosting Saturday Night Live, Justin Timberlake feels right at home.
The singer – who had hosted the show four times before Saturday – called on some of his famous friends to make his fifth stint extra special.
During his opening monologue, Timberlake boasted that he now had membership to the "Five Timers Club," an exclusive New York organization reserved for repeat hosts. Upon arriving, Timberlake, 32, was greeted by Paul Simon, Steve Martin, Dan Aykroyd, Chevy Chase, Martin Short, Alec Baldwin, Tom Hanks and Candice Bergen.
Originally posted 10/04/2006 09:20AM
Frances Bergen, the widow of ventriloquist Edgar Bergen and mother of Boston Legal star Candice Bergen, died Monday at Los Angeles's Cedars-Sinai Medical Center after a prolonged illness, her daughter's rep tells the Los Angeles Times. She was 84.
Originally posted 05/21/2004 08:00AM
The Sopranos star Lorraine Bracco and former Murphy Brown star Candice Bergen ended up at a bloody murder scene in Manhattan's Diamond District shortly after rush hour Thursday when police they were accompanying on a research mission were summoned to the site.
Originally posted 07/11/2002 11:05AM
The "Murphy Brown" star finally speaks up on Dan Quayle's 10-year-old criticism of her on-air pregnancy, and says he was right.
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