Kim Kardashian has revealed her prayer for her brother Rob Kardashian, who has been publicly dealing with some emotional issues.
While reports have surfaced about discomfort stemming from his excessive weight gain among other unconfirmed emotional issues, Kim revealed her prayer for her younger brother. While appearing on "Watch What Happens Live," Kim admitted that Rob felt uncomfortable appearing at her Italian wedding.
"I totally understand that he wouldn't want to see a lot of people if he was feeling uncomfortable," Kim said on the Bravo TV late night talk show. "You can only pray and wish that someone would not miss out on any more memories in life, because life is about memories. So, fix the problem—that's just how I am." more >>
"The Leftovers," a show inspired by the Left Behind series' theology will be renewed for a second season by HBO.
Deadline reports that HBO requested another season for the show that functions as a character study of people left behind after 2 percent of the world's population miraculously disappears in a rapture like event on Oct. 4.
There was a bit of speculation over whether or not the series would be renewed as it took HBO a considerable amount of time to come to the decision. The show's pilot, which aired in June of this year drew 1.8 million viewers. Even with its slow-burn storytelling, "The Leftovers" still continues to bring in a significant audience, according to the report. more >>
Actress Lauren Bacall died on Tuesday, but before her death, she spoke about her Jewish upbringing and marriage to Humphrey Bogart, a Christian.
Bacall was born to a Jewish family but changed her name in order to fit into the Hollywood culture. It was a decision that she did not regret; other than that, she made no effort to hide her roots. She wrote her autobiography By Myself, in which she said she "felt totally Jewish and always would."
A few years after declaring his support for marijuana decriminalization, televangelist Pat Robertson has recently stated his opposition to legalized weed.
Robertson's long-running television program "The 700 Club" featured a negative story on the effect of Colorado's recent legalization of marijuana.
Hosting the program, Robertson commented that the Colorado marijuana legalization was harmful to the state's children. more >>
Adrienne Bailon has expressed a Godly reflection following an online feud that she engaged in with the Kardashian family last month.
Bailon, the 30-year-old entertainer and co-host of "The Real" talk show, spoke out about her ex-boyfriend Rob Kardashian as the most recent covergirl of Latina magazine. She revealed that filming her relationship for "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" almost hurt her career, which angered his sisters.
Since Rob has been struggling with depression, his sisters Kim and Khloe accused Bailon of kicking their brother while he is already down. Now, Bailon is responding to fans questioning her about the matter in a Latina magazine Twitter question and answer session. more >>
Season three of Nashville will feature a pregnant Juliette Barnes, which ties in nicely with Hayden Panettiere's real-life pregnancy, according to reports.
It can be recalled that in season two, Juliette made the poor choice to cheat on her boyfriend Avery (Jonathan Jackson) when she got intimate with record label head Jeff Fordham (Oliver Hudson). According to SpoilerTV, this lapse in judgment will haunt her, and cause her numerous problems as she doesn't know who the father of her baby is.
Meanwhile, other characters are set to join the show. TVLine is reporting that Brette Taylor, who plays Bruce Wayne's ill-fated mother in FOX's "Gotham," will be joining "Nashville" season 3 third season in a major recurring role. more >>