12:27 PM EDT 03/19/2015
Originally posted 09/05/2012 06:00AM
Girls just wanna have fun!
Hilary Duff stepped out on Saturday night to celebrate the launch of shower accessory Raindrops at Nine Zero One Salon in West Hollywood.
"She was just really happy to have a girls night out," an onlooker tells PEOPLE. "She walked in laughing and was joking around the whole time."
Staying close with her girlfriends the whole night, the new mom was upbeat, listening to a mix of '90s and current pop hits.
Also in attendance: Project X's Alexis Knapp, Dallas star Josh Henderson and singer Leona Lewis, who was spotted dancing to the older jams with her friends.
– Melody Chiu
Originally posted 06/14/2012 03:30PM
Dallas is back! And so are scheming brothers J.R. and Bobby Ewing. TNT's reboot of the classic primetime soap kicked off with its series premiere Wednesday night, and the backstabbing brothers did not disappoint.
But the new version of the show focuses on their sons, John Ross Ewing (Josh Henderson) and Christopher Ewing (Jesse Metcalfe). These two good-looking cousins pick up right where their feuding fathers left off.
Like his dad, John Ross is ambitious and wants to stick with the family business: oil. But Christopher, who was adopted by Bobby and his first wife Pam, is seeking an alternate energy source in methane mining, which goes in line with the wishes of his late grandmother, Ellie Ewing, who declared in her will that there would be no drilling on the family's iconic ranch, Southfork.
Originally posted 06/13/2012 08:35AM
Like finding an abandoned Teddy Ruxpin at a garage sale or discovering a Swatch watch at the bottom of a Trivial Pursuit box, hearing the theme song to Dallas opens an instant wormhole to the '80s.
Wisely preserving the iconic tune – along with the now-retro scrolling opener – this updated take on the classic nighttime soap pulls off a 10-gallon-hat trick: It's both old and new, a comfy piece of nostalgia that doubles as a fresh guilty pleasure.
The secret is the blended cast, which successfully mixes fan favorites from the original (only Victoria Principal, who played Pam, is M.I.A.) with sexy Southfork newcomers. Ewing brothers J.R. (the ever-irascible Larry Hagman, letting his overgrown eyebrows do the heavy dramatic lifting) and Bobby (a still-buff Patrick Duffy) remain at odds, while their sons carry on the family feud.
Originally posted 10/27/2011 06:00AM
Intrigue. Passion. Great scenery. And it's only just begun!
Dallas is back, at least as far as the cameras are concerned. The first day of location shooting in Texas recently took place (watch a clip below), in anticipation of a summer 2012 debut of the rebooted series, this time on TNT.
Having originally run from 1978 to 1991 on CBS, the drama about the oil- and cattle-rich Ewing family will continue with new episodes focusing upon J.R. Ewing's grownup son John Ross Ewing III and Bobby Ewing's adopted son Christopher Ewing.
Those roles have been filled respectively by two alums of Desperate Housewives, Josh Henderson and Jesse Metcalfe.
The new version will also find original stars Larry Hagman (as J.R. Ewing), Patrick Duffy (J.R.'s brother Bobby) and Linda Gray (J.R.'s wife Sue Ellen) back in the saddle – despite the recent announcement by Hagman, 80, that he is battling cancer.
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