Is Ashton Kutcher ready to become a dad?
Just ask Jon Cryer, his on-screen BFF on Two and a Half Men.
"Oh, it's going to be a disaster," Cryer, 49, joked of his costar at the TCA panels and party Thursday.
The Real Housewives of Atlanta's Apollo Nida hasn't even started serving his eight-year prison sentence, but he's already questioning his marriage with Phaedra Parks.
Asked point-blank if their relationship would weather his time behind bars, Nida responded matter-of-factly.
From a wild romance with Michelle Rodriguez to a crazy stunt in the wild!
Since becoming the first woman to complete the American Ninja Warrior finals course (see her kill it above!), Kacy Catanzaro has been blown away by fan support.
If you needed any further lessons that practice makes perfect, look no further than Jimmy Fallon's flip-cup skills.
The Tonight Show host often invites his guests to play a version of the popular college drinking game, and all those reps paid off Thursday night, when Fallon won a last-minute squeakier against supermodel Miranda Kerr with a clutch flip on the last cup.
When it comes to her brood of six, sometimes even Kim Zolciak Biermann can't believe she's given birth to such a big family.
"It's incredible," the reality star tells PEOPLE. "I thought I was done with my girls. I was on Real Housewives of Atlanta and my girls were out of the baby stage. If I never got married again, I was okay. And if I never had any more children, I was okay, too. I was in a great place and then bam!"
Little Big Town is about to be a big help to aspiring singers.
While the Real Housewives of New Jersey cast celebrate the holidays in the second episode of Season 6, cameras catch Teresa and Joe Giudice discussing the possibility of serving jail time before their fraud sentencing hearing in September.
Emma Stone might not see dead people – but she does rely on one of them for change.
Or so the Magic in the Moonlight actress told David Letterman Wednesday night during a Late Show appearance that sweetly, yet strangely, touched upon her interactions with the beyond.
Stone, 25, who plays a fake medium/mind reader in the new Woody Allen romantic comedy, told the retiring late-night host that her long-deceased grandfather brings her and other family members quarters.