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Taraji P. Henson's Stylist on Her Bold New Hair: "When I Showed Her the Pic, She Said 'More Purple!'"

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Florence Henderson on Being a 'Second Mother' to the Brady Bunch Kids

Originally posted 06/30/2015 05:05 PM

Florence Henderson on Being a 'Second Mother' to the Brady Bunch Kids

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The Brady Bunch's Carol Brady may be one of the most iconic mothers of all time, but it turns out star Florence Henderson was just as much a loving mom off screen as the famously blended family's matriarch was on.

"We spent so many hours together with the kids, and I sort of became like a second mother to them," Henderson told PEOPLE Friday on the set of Breaking Bread with Brooke Burke. "I treated them with respect. They were treated as pros and they came prepared."

She added, "I was the only person on the show that was a mother in real life. I already had four children – my youngest was just a little tiny thing."

But, as most moms must do from time to time, Henderson occasionally had to give the actor playing the Brady kids a little tough love.

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Look Who's Back in Pretty Little Liars' New Episode

Originally posted 06/30/2015 05:00 PM

Look Who's Back in Pretty Little Liars' New Episode: Janel Parrish as Mona Vanderwaal!

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Missing Mona? Have no fear, Pretty Little Liars fans: actress Janel Parrish is returning in Tuesday night's episode.

PLL boss I. Marlene King broke the news with an Instagram of Mona rocking retro shades alongside Hanna (Ashley Benson).

"Mona's back, bitches," she captioned the still. "Happy Pretty Little Liars Day!"

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Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's Stylist: 'People Think He Dictates What She Wears, But That's Not the Case'

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Get all the scoop from the man behind the sheer curtains

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Cheryl Burke Quits as Miss USA Co-Host After Donald Trump's Comments on Mexican Immigrants

Update 06/30/2015 04:20 PM Originally posted 06/30/2015 12:20 PM

Donald Trump's Miss USA Pageant Will Take Place as Planned – Without NBC and Cheryl Burke

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The show must go on.

The Miss USA Pageant will take place as planned in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on July 12 despite NBC's decision not to air the competition following Donald Trump's controversial comments about Mexicans. There's no word on what network, if any, will air the beauty queen competition.

"The Miss Universe Organization is built on a foundation of inclusion and continues to be a celebration of diversity and of all cultures," the group said in a statement Tuesday. "This year's Miss USA contestants represent many different ethnic backgrounds, including six Latinas (four of whom are of Mexican descent)."

Trump, who co-owns the pageant, is facing backlash after he outlined his immigration stance while announcing his bid for president.

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