There's a new housewife in Hotlanta – and one Southern belle is missing from the lineup.
Porsha Williams will only have a "recurring role" in the new season of Real Housewives of Atlanta, Bravo announced Wednesday.
Williams infamously fought with frenemy Kenya Moore during the spring taping of the reunion special, and their brawl landed her in jail on a battery charge.
Now, the network says, the ex-wife of football player Kordell Stewart is "enjoying a fresh chapter in her life" as a single woman and entertainment correspondent on Dish Nation.
Family comes first for Alyssa Milano – even ahead of her starring role on a popular series.
Just weeks after giving birth to her second child, daughter Elizabella Dylan Bugliari, the actress announced on her website Tuesday that she would not be returning to film a new season of her ABC series Mistresses because "being a mother and wife comes first."
"After two wonderful seasons in Los Angeles, the studio has decided to shoot season three of Mistresses in Vancouver, Canada, for financial reasons," she wrote. "It's with a heavy heart that I have decided that I can't relocate."
It's official: Pharrell Williams will pretty much stop at nothing to win over a contestant he wants on The Voice.
The master singer-songwriter-producer-and-hat-wearer wooed contestants using everything from expertly crafted sales pitches to doodling like a lovesick schoolboy in an attempt to win over promising contestants as season 7's blind auditions continued Tuesday.
His arsenal was on full display as the show kicked off with a commanding rendition of "At Last" by San Diego resident Katriz Trinidad, who sounded much older than her 15 years.
Ben Affleck might be Batman, and he might have a hotly anticipated movie coming out Friday (that would be Gone Girl). But when it comes to his kids, all that matters is that Affleck can't sing "Let It Go."
"You can't tell your son – 'cause you're supposed to be his hero – that you can't sing," Affleck told Jimmy Fallon Monday on The Tonight Show before launching into a warbled, off-key version of the hit Frozen song that he belts out to his son, Samuel, 2.