"Teen Mom" star Amber Portwood will return for at least one more season of the hit reality series and spoke with The Christian Post about her decision to do so as well as her relationships with the other "Teen Moms."
"It's no secret – I was reluctant in the beginning – but MTV has been in my life for six years. They were there for me when I was in prison, with pictures and letters and most people don't know, but I have personal relationships with people behind the scenes. It made me comfortable to say 'yes,' to them again," Portwood told CP. "You have to think about life before and wonder 'Am I strong enough to do this again?' and I did some soul searching and realized that I am."
Portwood first appeared on "16 & Pregnant" and was later selected, along with Catelynn Lowell, Farrah Abraham, and Maci Bookout to be part of "Teen Mom." The show ran for four seasons before ending, but fans still wanted more. MTV began negotiations with each mom and finally announced this year that three of the four would be returning. Abraham would be left out of the series per requests from the girls who did not want to be associated with her other business ventures. more >>
Gwen Stefani recently opened up about her recent pregnancy and the arrival of her third son, endorsing eldest son Kingston's power of prayer.
The No Doubt singer appeared on "Late Night with Seth Meyers" on Wednesday, Sept. 4 where she revealed that before the arrival of baby Apollo, 8-year-old Kingston had voiced his desire for another sibling.
Joan Rivers never forgot her Jewish roots and often used her religion in her comedic routines but passionately spoke about the importance of faith.
Rivers was actually born Joan Alexandra Molinsky, the daughter of Russian Jews who immigrated to New York. She never forgot where her parents came from or the importance of remembering the Jewish traditions and history. However, she also made cutting remarks about religion and those same Jewish roots.
"I'm Jewish. I don't work out," she once said. "If God had wanted us to bend over, He would have put diamonds on the floor." more >>
FX's hit TV drama series "Sons of Anarchy" is now close to airing the premiere episode of its new and final season this month. Now fans are hankering for some "SoA" updates and rumors. Here's what we've found out so far.
Series creator Kurt Sutter first revealed that season 7 will definitely be "bloody."
"The body count is intense because Jax is in full vengeance mode," he told E! News. "As a result of that, the gloves are off and those risks are being taken that perhaps may not have been taken in previous seasons, because the stakes are so high." more >>
Starz renewed "Black Sails" for another season long before the first season even debuted, according to Cinemablend. It is touted by critics as a show that vividly encapsulates the daily life of pirates while keeping its characters real. And with the release of a new trailer, season 2 promises more adventure, brawling, mayhem, and romance that is sure to delight all the fans of the show.
In the trailer, Captain James Flint (Toby Stephens) tells John Silver (Luke Arnold), "Men of these waters, they don't fear ships. They don't fear guns. They don't fear swords."
John Silver then asks, "Then what do they fear?" more >>
Joan Rivers died at age 81 in New York City on Thursday, Sept. 4, causing an outburst of prayers and condolences for her family via social media.
The "Fashion Police" star died after suffering from complications while having a throat surgery at a doctor's office earlier this week. Her daughter, Melissa, announced the news in a statement while also offering thanks, saying she and the Rivers family are "humbled by the outpouring of love, support, and prayers we have received from around the world."
"They have been heard and appreciated," Melissa said, according to E News. "My mother's greatest joy in life was to make people laugh. Although that is difficult to do now, I know her final wish would be that we return to laughing soon." more >>