First came the feud, now comes the interview. Mariah Carey recently opened up after the “American Idol” confrontation with Barbara Walters during an episode of “Nightline.”
In the clip, which airs on ABC tonight (January 7), the 42-year-old singer revealed that she was concerned for her safety while filming episodes of the Fox singing competition after the infamous fight with Nicki Minaj.
She was supposed to have a no-questions-banned interview with Lindsay Lohan later this month, but Barbara Walters got the shaft from the “Mean Girls” actress’ publicity team.
A bit miffed, Walters told her audience on “The View” today (November 12), "My interview with Lindsay is canceled. She has new PR people, a very well-known group that we do business with all the time."
As a testament to how beloved she was during her life, the late Nora Ephron had a literal Who’s Who of Tinseltown personalities at her memorial service yesterday (July 9) in New York City.
Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks both arrived at the event, having worked closely with Ephron on her films “Sleepless in Seattle” and “You’ve Got Mail.” Ryan also starred in “When Harry Met Sally” with Billy Crystal.
Always a highlight of the entertainment industry’s calendar, Saturday evening's (June 23) 39th Daytime Emmy Awards paid tribute to the best and brightest to grace the small screen over the past twelve months.
With stars such as Bethenny Frankel, Sharon Osbourne, Dr. Drew Pinsky, Lisa Rinna, Susan Lucci and Aisha Tyler among those on hand, the big winner during the course of the Beverly Hilton Hotel held celebration was Outstanding Drama Series victor "General Hospital".