10:36 AM EDT 04/28/2015
Originally posted 04/20/2015 07:25PM
The cast of the hit show about the Suarez family and the whacky staff of Mode magazine reunited Saturday to celebrate the series finale's fifth anniversary as well as star America Ferrera's 31st birthday.
Vanessa Williams, who played scheming diva Wilhelmina Slater, posted a Twitter photo from the party with Ferrera and cast members Judith Light, Mark Indelicato, Tony Plana and costume designer Patricia Field.
Originally posted 04/17/2015 09:00AM
Movie geeks, get ready to camp out.
On Sunday, a new series on Logo called Cocktails & Classics brings together the people behind some of the most beloved – and, yes, often over-the-top – films of all time with the entertainment fixtures who have made a career out of obsessing over them.
An exclusive episode from Cocktails' premiere episode, which accompanies 1989's Steel Magnolias, reveals the insider-y, chatty flavor of the series, which host Michael Urie tells PEOPLE is all about digging into "finding out what it is about these films that made them classics."
Unlike many movie companion series, Cocktails & Classics is "not just trivia," says the Ugly Betty alum, who's also an executive producer. "We do a certain amount of re-creating scenes. We definitely incorporate the great zingers that people love and remember. It's something that people who don't know the movies will be delighted to learn from, and people who do know the movies will be delighted to share the things that they already feel and giggle about."
Originally posted 10/18/2012 09:00AM
Michael Urie loves the bright breakfast nook he created in his Hollywood home, but he's not alone. His Brussels griffon Sprouts loves kicking back there, too.
"One of the first things we do every morning is, I take her out. That's our deal," Urie says in the Hollywood at Home special in the new issue of PEOPLE, on stands now.
"Several times a week we get up early and go walk Runyon [Canyon]," he explains. "That wears her out. Then we come back and we have breakfast together."
Originally posted 02/07/2012 05:00PM
Could there be an (on-screen) wedding in their future?
Modern Family stars Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Eric Stonestreet, who play partners Mitchell and Cameron on the Emmy-winning ABC comedy, posted a photo of themselves on their WhoSay pages, asking, "How could you not want to see us tie the knot?" just as it appeared they may be closer to legally being able to do so.
On Tuesday, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that California's Proposition 8, which bans same-sex marriage in the state, was unconstitutional.
Ferguson also Tweeted: "Historic! #Prop8 is unconstitutional. @AFER & I won’t stop until ALL Americans are #free2marry."
On the show, their characters also have a daughter together, Lily, but are not officially married.
Originally posted 03/12/2007 09:10AM
Michal Urie, who plays conniving assistant Marc St. James on ABC's Ugly Betty, thinks the show's executive producer, Salma Hayek, will be a natural when it comes to motherhood.
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