For star athlete Hank Baskett, football was all he'd ever known professionally. And when his career in the NFL ended in 2011, the former wide receiver sank into a deep depression that nearly cost him everything.
Despite the fact that she "feels free" after announcing to PEOPLE on Monday that she is not returning for season 8 of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, star NeNe Leakes does have a few fond memories.
"It's been bittersweet for me," Leakes, 48, tells PEOPLE of her Housewives journey. "I've been there since the very beginning. When I started, my youngest son was in third grade, now he's in the 11th!"
While she's happy to be done with the drama, "I'll miss some of the laughs that I've had on the show over the years," says Leakes.
Miss USA lost hosts Cheryl Burke and Thomas Roberts following co-owner Donald Trump's controversial stance on immigration – but one host vows to stay with the pageant.
PEOPLE has exclusively learned that Jeannie Mai, who took issue with the real estate tycoon's comments, remains committed to the pageant's cause and will be in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on July 12 as planned.
"While I absolutely do not condone Mr. Trump's statements, after careful deliberation I have decided to continue my role as co-host of the upcoming Miss USA Pageant," Mai, 36, says in a statement.
After Kendra Wilkinson had just given birth to her second child with husband Hank Baskett, their marriage was rocked by a sex scandal that threatened to tear them apart.
One year later, the former Playboy playmate is speaking out about how she and her husband are back on track following his alleged affair, and why divorce was "not even a question."
As if running for president of the United States of America wasn't enough, now Donald Trump has added a multimillion-dollar lawsuit to his 2015 to-do list.
Following the massive fallout from comments he made about Mexican immigrants during his candidacy announcement, Spanish-language network Univision quickly broke ties with Trump's Miss Universe Organization – followed by NBC and Macy's – leading the real estate tycoon to announce a $500 million lawsuit against Univision on Tuesday.
"We have a very strong lawsuit," Trump tells PEOPLE. "We had a binding contract that they illegally broke."
Halle Berry is not afraid to let out her inner diva – as long as it's all in good fun.
"She had a huge temper tantrum on set. Like, massive. Like, meltdown of meltdowns," Berry's Extant costar Jeffrey Dean Morgan tells PEOPLE of filming season 2 of the CBS sci-fi drama with the actress.
Move over, Donald Trump.
A surprising contender just threw his hat in the ring to replace the real estate tycoon on TV. Lord Alan Sugar, a prominent English businessman, says he "would like the challenge" of hosting the The Apprentice in the United States.
The Brit expressed his desire to take the reins on Twitter in response to suggestions that he would make a "perfect replacement." Sugar already fronts the U.K. version of The Apprentice on BBC.
Kim Kardashian West went highbrow Tuesday night at the distinguished Commonwealth Club of California – endorsing Hillary Clinton for president and discussing her concerns about how her biracial children will be treated in the U.S.
Get the scoop on the star's bridal beauty plans!