Actor Billy Crystal has offered his opinion about homosexuality and sex on TV, which he says should not be shoved in audiences' faces.
"Sometimes, it's just pushing it a little too far for my taste and I'm not going to reveal to you which ones [which shows] they are. I hope people don't abuse it and shove it in our face … to the point where it feels like an everyday kind of thing," Crystal told the audience at the Television Critics Association tour.
Crystal starred on ABC's series "Soap," where he played an openly gay character, Jodie Dallas, with a boyfriend played by Bob Seagren. The characters were often together and it was a relatively new world for homosexual characters on-screen. more >>
After last Sunday's episode of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" where Claudia Jordan got into an epic "read-off" with Nene Leakes, Jordan is opening up about what happened during their argument at Puerto Rico and how she felt at that time. The former "Deal or No Deal" model is one of the new cast members in the reality show.
It can be recalled that the argument started when Leakes turned to Jordan and said, "Oh, you have a brain?" On the RHOA Bravo blog, Jordan wrote, "Ok, what transpired after that comment was what many call a 'read', but for me, I was just responding to a mean, rude, obnoxious bully that has far too long run rampant with that mouth and childish, ignorant behavior that needed to be checked."
Jordan also spoke to Hollywood Life and gave her thoughts on what transpired on the show. more >>
"Duck Dynasty" star Willie Robertson and his wife Korie finally revealed details about the upcoming musical based on their reality television series headed to Las Vegas this year.
News of the musical based on the Robertson family broke last year, but Willie and Korie offered additional information about the Broadway-style production while speaking to Fox News on Monday. While the musical will not star the Robertsons themselves, the production is based on Willie and Korie's book chronicling their rise to fame, "The Duck Commander Family."
"It's about redemption," Willie said, according to Fox. "It's about all these decisions we had to make in our life and overcoming and ending up being on TV and all that. It's a great story and it's pretty powerful." more >>
Mark Burnett and Roma Downey have thanked God for smooth sailing during the filming of their new mini-series "A.D."
The power couple spoke to TCA (Television Critics Association) critics at the Winter TV Press Tour 2015 on Friday where Burnett said that God scheduled the production of the "Bible" series follow-up 'A.D.' which will premiere on NBC on April 5, Easter Sunday.
"We couldn't make it any faster," the 54-year-old executive producer said, according to Deadline. "We are people of deep faith and I believe God's hands are all over it. I believe it was always intended to be Easter Sunday." more >>
"Teen Mom" star Maci Bookout has thanked God after surviving a serious accident with her son Bentley and unborn daughter.
"Thanking God that my unborn baby girl is perfectly healthy after this," Bookout posted on Instagram. "Thanking God that Bentley and I were able to walk away from this nightmare with only a few bruises. I'd also like to [thank] @JeepOfficial @Jeep because if our seatbelts and the roll cage had not done their job, I'm not sure my family and I would [have] had the same outcome. Thanks to everyone that stopped to help, that was huge. I pray everyone else involved is doing okay. #jeepwrangler #rolledthreetimes #terrifying #totaled #notmyfault."
Bookout and son Bentley managed to walk away from the accident without much harm, which is a miracle given the seriousness of the wreck. The teen mom posted photos of her Jeep that is upside down in two of the pictures, and two more photos that show the vehicle right-side up. The damage is rather extreme, and it's easy to see why Bookout would thank God for keeping her family safe. more >>
Kate Gosselin and her brood are back for another season of "Kate Plus 8." The show's new season premiered on Tuesday, and fans saw a different Kate as she looks quite calm and happy, even when one— or three —of her children are having a meltdown.
The sextuplets are now 10, and the older girls, Madelyn and Cara, are now 14, and the two girls have grown up to be quite sassy as they now argue with their mother. At one point, Kate takes away Madelyn's phone. The teen responds with a lot of eye-rolling and takes on additional chores in hopes of getting her phone back.
In the episode, the single mom decided to take everyone to Massachusetts and Maine for a vacation. The Gosselin children, now older, insist on packing their own clothes, which makes packing more difficult for Kate. But they soon manage and at 5:30 a.m., the whole family goes on an early flight. more >>