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Michael Skupin is speaking out for the first time since last week's arrest – and the reality star vigorously maintains his innocence.
What did the woman behind Johnnie Cochran have to do with him taking that case?
It's been an adrenaline-packed ride for the first two episodes of The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story. The legendary lawyer who took on the impossible in defending O.J. Simpson is no longer here to share his reasons for doing so, but actress Keesha Sharp – who portrays Cochran's wife in the FX show documenting the famous 1994 murder trial – has her thoughts.
When the stars of Mob Wives gathered last week to tape their final reunion special, there was no shortage of drama.
Kelly Ripa looks amazing for 15!
Michael Strahan honored his co-host's 15th year on ABC's talk show – both beside the Giants legend and, for a decade, Regis Philbin – with a special "Sweet 16" episode Friday. Or as Ripa, 45, put it, a a quinceañera.
With the set decorated pink and the champagne flowing, Ripa was presented with a diamond "Live" necklace and montages of her most memorable segments – plus congratulatory videos from stars like Oprah Winfrey, Judge Judy and Jimmy Kimmel, along with surprise stop-ins from Neil Patrick Harris, Anderson Cooper, Andy Cohen and Bryan Adams, who performed a medley with lyrics altered in her honor. (And yes, Ripa was indeed conceived around the "Summer of '69."
Fresh off her breakup from NBA star James Harden, Khloé Kardashian is shutting down rumors that she's reconnected with an ex for the second time this week.
Tyrese has never been one to shy away from controversy.
Filling a courtyard dripped in flowers and chandeliers with my ex-boyfriend and 10 of his ex-girlfriends as I proceed down a large staircase in a giant gown looking flawless and expensive is pretty much my darkest fantasy.
"Lovers of liberty, we are back." Sally Langston's salutation to Scandal viewers was the perfect start to the midseason premiere – all the more fitting because it's now a real-life election year with political campaigning in full swing.
Six months have past since the events of the winter finale, and Olivia is back to work at OPA and incorporating a lot more red into her wardrobe. She's also still a local celebrity of sorts (case in point, the lady who tried to covertly take a cell phone photo of her at a restaurant and then mouthed "We love you!" when she got caught), but her dinner partner, Papa Pope, thinks she should be reaching for more.
"You had the Oval. My baby had the Oval," he beams. "You were running the place, and he was clueless." ("Tell me I'm wrong," he deadpans.)