The show "American Idol" and former Season 4 finalist Mario Vazquez are being sued by an ex-employee named Magdaleno Olmos. The former assistant production accountant brazenly alleges that he was fired for complaining of sexual harassment, stemming from a sexually charged bathroom incident.
Looking back, Vazquez left the show two seasons ago for personal reasons, telling Access Hollywood at the time, “It has nothing to do with my family, nothing with me being sick, nothing like that. Basically there will be lots of hearsay on certain things,” he added.
Regis Philbin, co-host of "Live With Regis and Kelly," announced on yesterday's show that he is scheduled to undergo heart bypass surgery this week.
"Well, listen, I gotta tell you something. ... I had been feeling chest pains, you know, and, uh, shortness of breath and all those little symptoms that you hear about," Philbin, 75, informed the show's audience.
With such high ratings, Fox’s ‘American Idol’ keeps coming up with more and more shows. In the latest news, the highly successful reality TV series that turns contestant’s musical careers from rags to riches is going to present a charity event called “Idol Gives Back”.
It may be a made-for-tv movie for A&E, but the mobster film Kings of South Beach’s cast and behind the scenes crew are star-studded. Plus, the movie’s true to life setting in South Beach offers possible views into the lives of celebrities who frequented the club which is at the center of the plot.
Acknowledging that she's a big fan of the show, Madonna is set to join the cast of hit plastic surgery drama Nip/Tuck.
According to Hollywood.com, the show's creator, Ryan Murphy, revealed that he's currently scripting a role for the pop megastar.
Murphy stated that the ideal situation would see Madonna play opposite her former co-star and friend, Rosie O'Donnell. Rosie has become a regular on the show after making headlines for a sex scene she filmed with Nip/Tuck star Julian McMahon last season.
Most of the stars of the hit medical drama series 'Grey's Anatomy' have agreed new contracts, and as could be assumed... they will not need to pick up a second job to cover the bills.
The Hollywood Reporter states that, under the new deal, Ellen Pompeo (Meredith Grey) will receive almost $200,000 per episode, while her co-stars James T Pickens Jr (Richard Webber) and Chandra Wilson (Miranda Bailey) will receive somewhere in the ballpark of $125,000 per episode.