Officially introducing Mr. and Mrs. Hehner!
They just celebrated one year of marriage on March 23, and after a proposal, vow renewal and new rings, Married at First Sight's Jamie Otis has officially taken husband Doug Hehner's last name.
"Not every woman wants to do that," Jamie, who appears on the spinoff The First Year with Doug, told PEOPLE Thursday. "I've never known who my father is. My last name is my little sister's father's. I've always been like, 'I can't wait to get married and change my last name.' Also, when we have kids, I would love to [all] have the same last name."
Friends may be over, but Joey Tribbiani will forever live on in Matt LeBlanc.
The Episodes star, 47, dropped by the The Graham Norton Show on Friday, where he and the talk show host relived some of their favorite moments from the beloved sitcom.
A is toying with the Liars like never before.
In the first teaser for season 6 of Pretty Little Liars, Aria (Lucy Hale), Spencer (Troian Bellisario), Hanna (Ashley Benson), Emily (Shay Mitchell) and Mona (Janel Parrish) are the Rosewood cyberbully's living dolls, forced to play by his rules in the show's creepiest game yet.
In one of his most shocking displays yet, Scott Disick is shown getting totally, utterly incapacitated by alcohol on Sunday's Keeping Up with the Kardashians.
After Scott spends the previous night partying, Kourtney Kardashian refuses to let him come home, and so he has the spend the night in Khloé's house.
Now more than ever, entertainment's spotlight is on the transgender community.
Milestones are reached regularly, whether via a history-making Emmy nomination for Orange Is the New Black star Laverne Cox, a new reality series for trans teen Jazz Jennings or Bruce Jenner's groundbreaking April 24 20/20 interview, in which the former Olympian told the world he is transitioning from male to female.
From transgender actress Jamie Clayton's perspective, all of this is very good news.
"Society as a whole has viewed transgendered people as not-normal for so long," Clayton said during a roundtable conversation at Netflix's "Stream into Summer" press day in Los Angeles on Thursday.
More recently, though, "The shift is going towards people understanding, 'Oh my God, we are all human beings, and there is no normal.' "