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From their first date to their wedding, Jade and Tanner Tolbert's entire love story unfolded on reality television – so it's safe to say they know a thing or two about finding love on the small screen.
The beloved Bachelor in Paradise couple recently opened up to PEOPLE Now about how they're feeling about Nick Viall's upcoming season of The Bachelor.
The premiere of This Is Us opened on four individuals, including Chrissy Metz's character Kate, celebrating their 36th birthdays. In a case of life reflecting art, the actress also happened to be celebrating 36 years on Saturday, and she threw a monumental bash for the occasion.
"This was the biggest birthday party I've ever had," Metz tells PEOPLE. "I'm used to a low-key dinner with a little Catchphrase competition to end the night."
Joe Scarborough's son Andrew is still in recovery from a scary accident, but things are looking up.
The MSNBC Morning Joe co-host's 25-year-old son was hospitalized after falling down a flight of stairs and fracturing his skull last week.
Joe, 53, was absent from Friday's show due to the accident.
He returned to the show Monday and took a moment to thank everyone for their well wishes and support, as well as the staff at Bellevue Hospital, where Andrew is being treated.
Viola Davis' own experiences with sexual assault led her to become an advocate for the Rape Foundation, the actress explained in a powerful speech Sunday.
Davis, 51, opened up about her experience with the group while being honored at the Rape Foundation's Annual Brunch in Beverly Hills.
"Myself, my mother, my sisters, my friend Rebecca, my friend from childhood, we all have one thing in common: We are all survivors of sexual assault in some way, shape or form," said the How to Get Away with Murder star.
Patricia Arquette is sharing her gratitude for the support her family received after the death of sister Alexis Arquette earlier this month.
"Thank you all for your condolences and words of support and prayers for our family," Patricia, 48, wrote on Twitter, Sunday.
Matt LeBlanc will host one of the most-watched shows in the world, Top Gear, the BBC announced on Monday.
In a statement, Patrick Holland, Channel Editor, BBC Two said, "I am thrilled that Matt LeBlanc is returning to Top Gear. He's a huge talent whose love of cars is infectious. I can't wait for the series to return to BBC Two next year."
LeBlanc has agreed a two series deal beginning next year and will be joined by Chris Harris and Rory Reid, with regular appearances from others including ex-race car driver Eddie Jordan and German motor-racing pro Sabine Schmitz.
Turns out, stripping down in front of a group of people is always nerve-racking – even when you look as good as Lea Michele.
During an appearance on Monday's episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show, the Scream Queens star opened up getting naked for her Women's Health U.K.'s Naked issue cover this month.
Congratulations are in order for Will Friedle: He's a married man!
The Boy Meets World star took to Twitter this weekend to announce he had tied the knot on Sunday.
"Ladies and gentleman...Mrs. Squirrels..." he captioned a picture of himself and his wife for the first time, though he didn't disclose her identity or any further details about their relationship.
This girlfriend is upgrading to wife status!