08:25 PM EDT 11/25/2014
Originally posted 11/17/2014 07:20PM
It's time for the ladies of Cleveland to say goodbye.
TV Land announced Monday that Hot in Cleveland, which focuses on a trio of women who moved to Ohio from Los Angeles, will end after its sixth and current season.
Originally posted 09/12/2014 12:15PM
Author A.J. Jacobs is out to trace his family tree and track down distant relatives – and map out how we're all related somehow.
Originally posted 04/27/2014 09:45AM
If there's one role Jason Priestley is used to playing, it's a heartthrob.
Originally posted 04/02/2014 04:15PM
Valerie Bertinelli is the first to admit it: "I've gained a few pounds."
Originally posted 07/03/2013 03:30PM
Valerie Bertinelli is a failure – at fostering kittens!
The Hot In Cleveland actress is keeping a kitty that was supposed to be "just visiting."
"Nelson – cuddled up after a big breakfast in his new forever home. #fosterfailure," she wrote on Twitter Wednesday, with a photo of the caramel-colored tabby peacefully napping.
Originally posted 06/06/2013 07:00PM
L.A. comic Mara Shapshay isn't finding her life very funny right now.
On May 29, Shapshay filed a negligence lawsuit in L.A. Superior Court against Jenny Craig, claiming she got 1,000 gallstones after using the weight-loss program.
Shapshay, an L.A.-based stand-up comedian who is also a contributing writer to the Huffington Post, says in the lawsuit that about one year after signing up for Jenny Craig, she "developed severe pain in her right abdomen" that sent her to the emergency room in October 2012.
Originally posted 03/01/2013 03:00PM
Bonnie Franklin, who died of pancreatic cancer Friday, and Valerie Bertinelli go back nearly 40 years, to the sitcom One Day at a TIme, on which Franklin played her mother, Ann Romano.
Two years ago the actresses reunited professionally, on Bertinelii's series Hot in Cleveland.
Bertinelli said in a statement Friday: "My heart is breaking. Bonnie has always been one of the most important women in my life and was a second mother to me."
Originally posted 03/01/2013 01:30PM
One Day at a Time star Bonnie Franklin, who announced last September that she was suffering from pancreatic cancer, died of complications of the disease on Friday, her family told the Los Angeles Times. She was 69.
Franklin died at her Los Angeles home, and is survived by her mother, Claire Franklin, and stepchildren Jed Minoff and Julie Minoff, said the paper.
On the long-running CBS series, which was developed by Norman Lear and on the air from 1975-1984, Franklin starred as divorced mom Ann Romano, alongside Mackenzie Phillips and Valerie Bertinelli, who played her teenage daughters.
Originally posted 11/14/2012 06:00AM
Pink took a break from mommy duties to perform at Sony Studios in Culver City,Calif., benefitting the Margie Petersen Breast Center at Saint John's Health Center on Monday.
The "Blow Me (One Last Kiss)" singer wore a black long-sleeved top and a black leather skirt to perform an 11-song set. The star-studded audience included Heather Locklear, Valerie Bertinelli, Melanie Griffith and Rita Wilson.
"It's been a while since I sang. I'm usually in sweatpants singing 'Shoo Fly, Don't Bother Me,'" joked the mother of 17-month-old old Willow.
Earlier in the night, Locklear and Bertinelli were seen sitting together and chatting in the VIP area close to the stage.
Guests at the event enjoyed hors d'oeuvres by Wolfgang Puck, including tuna tartare, crab cakes, mini sliders, and fire-roasted eggplant tarts, as well as cocktails and Stella Artois.
Getting ready for the #PowerOfPinkBenefit and so thankful for all of the support and donations and we bout to bring it girls and boys— P!nk (@Pink) November 13, 2012
Originally posted 10/21/2012 08:00AM
These days, Valerie Bertinelli is looking good, feeling good and happily married to husband Tom Vitale.
But that wasn't always the case. On an episode of The Dr. Oz Show airing Monday, the Hot in Cleveland star frankly discusses her past drug use and addiction to food.
"[Using drugs] wreaked havoc on [my body], because one day I'm eating a healthy meal and the next day I'm just putting a bunch of white powder up my nose," Bertinelli, 52, tells Dr. Mehmet Oz during the appearance.
Bertinelli blames not taking care of herself on the fact that she had low self-worth. "I'm not being good to myself ... I'm not worth being treated well anyway, so I'll just treat myself even worse," she says. "I'm so glad I'm not that person anymore."
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