As if we could ever get the nasty residue of "Britney & Kevin: Chaotic" from our eyeballs, Kevin Federline is looking to give reality television another shot and the general public another reason to give up on television altogether. In this potential upcoming series, Federline would star alongside his new girlfriend, former AVP volleyball player Victoria Price. So think 'Chaotic' but with another blonde.
Jon Gosselin is clearly getting a divorce from his Jon & Kate Plus 8 co-star Kate Gosselin. Their breakup has been documented on reality TV. What's Jon up to now? Who is Hailey Glassman? Is he engaged to her? When did Kate get that tummy tuck? And why are some people terrible at Facebook?
Close on the heels of that, Jon has been spotted with various female companions. While Kate plus their 8 have been on a 'working vacation' in North Carolina (with camera crews in tow of course; diligently photographing Kate and the kids frolicking on the beach), Jon was spotted on two occasions with female 'companions'. The first time was over Memorial Day weekend; and then this past weekend he was seen shopping it up in a New Jersey mall with two ladies.
Sometimes a girl has to take matters into her own hands. Per a report from E!, Kim Kardashian is doing boyfriend Reggie Bush a solid by picking out which engagement ring that she wants. On top of that, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians starlet is telling him the ring will cost far more than it actually does to make him feel good when the actual bill appears. Fabulous.
Over the past few months, the tabloids have knocked themselves out trying to come up with new and elaborate details about the deteriorating marriage of Jon and Kate Gosselin, stars of TLC's top-rated reality show, Jon & Kate Plus 8. Stories have included a "confirmation" from 23-year-old schoolteacher/homewrecker Deanna Hummel's brother/roommate that she's brought Jon back to their place for loud sex; allegations from various "sources" that Kate has been carrying on her own affair with bodyguard Steve Neild; and even assessments from body language experts about how Jon's demeanor on camera shows he's a "broken man" (as if we really needed an expert to tell us this). One story we haven't seen, however, is about the rich, valuable lessons we can take away from this whole Jon & Kate debacle. And yes, we know there are many— because if our grandmothers, nursery school teachers, and that weird inspirational office art in the conference room have taught us anything over the years, it's that we can always learn from our mistakes— no matter how disasterous they are. And so, without further ado, YourTango presents What We Can Learn About Love From Jon & Kate.
Katie Price, a British glamour (that means topless, American friends) model sometimes called Jordan, and her excessively spray-tanned husband, Peter Andre, are divorcing after almost five years of marriage, The Daily Mail reports. Equine enthusiast Katie and hilarious Disney cover artist Peter, who met on the UK version of I'm a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! in 2004, announced Monday that they would end their marriage.
Who says married couples can't air their dirty laundry — on national TV — if they want to. Not Seinfeld. There have been reality shows on how to nab a bachelor or bachlorette. And reality shows on how to win over a guy's mom. We've even caught glimpses of what celeb marriage is like through footage of life at home with the Osbournes and the Hogans.
Last night's episode of ABC's "What Would You Do?" featured a woman wants to marry her new boyfriend, a much younger man. The boyfriend tells her friends that he wants to get hitched for the green card, but he asks her them not to tell. What would you do in this situation?
The Real Housewives Of Atlanta are getting ready for a new season, but first a little housecleaning. Sheree Whitfield is no longer trying to appeal her divorce from Big Bob Whitfield. NeNe Leaks may have an new gig. Kim Zolciak could be dating a famous dad, DeShawn Snow is out of a job and Lisa Wu Hartwell is basically in a holding pattern.
Besides the fact that never has a racial minority appeared as the Bachelor or Bachelorette on ABC's long-running reality show, we continued to be surprised by contestant Jason Mesnick's choices on last night's episode.Things that would make us sweat (not in a good way)—like being prepared to move cross-country for someone you've known for 48 hours—seem to make this guy smile. Here, a list of things this Seattle-based single dad likes in a lady.
Besides confirmation that ABC's The Bachelor producers are indeed a bottom-feeding lot (more on this later), viewers of last night's two-hour premiere walked away with some fascinating new tidbits about love. For those who don't watch, the premise of this season's show is that Jason, a 32-year-old single dad from Seattle got down on one knee for Deanna Pappas, the most recent Bachelorette, but was ultimately dissed for a younger, "gnarly dude" snowboarder (with whom Pappas has since split). Now, with 3-year-old son Ty in tow, Jason's back on the hunt. Among the love lessons learned last night? The hot dog theory of men, thanks to Jillian, a Canadian contestant, and "vision boards" are not this Bachelor's thing. Cleavage and love poems are, however.
Remember Omarosa from the first season of The Apprentice? No? We don't either. But she's back nonetheless- at least on bookshelves where you'll find her face on the cover of the new book The B*tch Switch: Knowing How To Turn It On and Off, by Omarosa, of course. (Who does she think she is, Madonna?!) The book is about acceptance (she said the b-word, not us!) and control (not only is Omarosa a self-proclaimed b*tch, but she has the power to hold it in or let it rip…so she says).