On last Sunday's episode of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta," Todd and Kandi do their "therapy homework" together, Phaedra and Kandi have a heart to heart talk, and Nene walks out of the group therapy session that she organized.
As advised by their counselor, Todd and Kandi are writing down the pros and cons in their marriage. Todd mulls things over for a bit before writing down that Kandi is "family oriented" in the pros column. Kandi says that all she wants is to get the spontaneity back in their marriage.
Later, Kandi visits Phaedra at her office. Kandi says she's hurt and she has no idea why Phaedra turned to Nene instead of her. Phaedra says that Nene noticed that things were falling apart in her life, while Kandi seemed to be preoccupied with other things. Kandi said that the cancellation of her musical, "A Mother's Love," was the reason why she had been distant. more >>
The 20th season and 10th anniversary of "Dancing With The Stars" kicked off to a good start as the celebrity contestants hit the dance floor to prove that they're ready to give it their all for the Mirror Ball Trophy. On Monday night, judges Carrie Ann Inaba, Bruno Tonioli, Julianne Hough and Len Goodman were in good spirits as a front runner emerged, a "Bachelor" proved that he could dance, and an ex-Army man's performance brought the audience to their feet.
Here is a recap and scores of the DWTS week one performances:
Ryker Lynch and Allison Holker Dance: Jive Score: 31 (out of 40) Ryker's jive with Allison was fun and upbeat. While the judges appreciated their energy, they're looking forward to more refinement and improved technical skill in the coming weeks. more >>
After last week's unconventional episode wherein viewers got a glimpse of what goes on in Alicia's mind, 'The Good Wife' came back with more traditional fare last Sunday with its episode titled "Open Source."
Louis Canning is still in the ICU and asks to see Alicia. Louis wants to do something nice for the family of the donor who gave him a kidney—he wants to give them $18 million in stocks. However, David Lee is not returning his calls.
It turns out the family doesn't want the money, they want it to be donated to the Strong Arm of Liberty, which is a pro-Palestine group that have ties to Hamas. David says that he'll need approval from the state department because he doesn't want to facilitate a group that supports Hamas and the killing of Jewish people. more >>
Britney Spears is said to be releasing a new album as well as taking part in a collaboration with Australian rap artist, Iggy Azalea.
Britney Spears, whose eighth album Britney Jean was released in 2013, is reportedly gearing up for her ninth offering, which may feature a collaboration with rappe, Iggy Azalea. The album, which has an as yet unannounced release date, is likely to be launched after Spears finishes her contracted performance run in Las Vegas.
Spears, 33, who has signed on for 100 shows at Planet Hollywood, will be in residency for her "Piece of Me" run up to the end of the year, and is currently in negotiations with the casino resort for an extended run up to 2017. more >>
Just weeks after news emerged Lady Gaga would be appearing in the fifth season of "American Horror Story," it was announced Matt Bomer of "White Collar" will be joining her when the show premieres late this year.
"White Collar's" Matt Bomer will be joining Lady Gaga for a lead role the fifth season of 20th Century Fox TV and FX Channel's "American Horror Story." Late last month, it was learned the "Born This Way" performer had been cast for Season 5, titled "American Horror Story: Hotel," which will premiere October 2015.
According to Bomer, he still doesn't have the details of his role in the upcoming season, but is ready for whatever show creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk have planned for him. Lady Gaga, who signed on last month, has an undisclosed role, as well. more >>
"Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief," a documentary heavily critical of the organization will debut on HBO on March 29, and the Church of Scientology has responded to it with a five-page letter expressing its views about the movie and what it says to be false claims made by the film makers.
"In two hours this film racks up more falsehoods, errors, embellished tales and blatant omissions than were committed by Rolling Stone, Brian Williams and Bill O'Reilly combined," the letter to The Hollywood Reporter stated. "By our calculation, the film on average includes at least one major error every two minutes."
However, "Going Clear" director Alex Gibney defended his film, which is based on the book by Lawrence Wright. He explained that THR "asked [the church] 20 fact-based, reasoned questions. The church didn't respond to any of them. Instead, they sent a five-page letter full of nasty invective character assassinations and innuendo, which is very typical of the church," he said on CNN's "Reliable Sources" on Sunday. more >>