"19 Kids & Counting" star Jessa Duggar and fiancé Ben Seewald are ready to exchange vows, thanks in part to the hard work of their large families.
"I am super excited," Jessa told People. "Everybody has really been pitching in."
The soon-to-be bride and groom will stand before God and their families and friends on Nov. 1 to say "I do." They have had a short engagement and have been incredibly busy planning the wedding, but both had plenty of support and help from their families. Earlier this month, Jessa said that she was planning to save money by reusing some of the decorations from sister Jill's wedding. more >>
MTV's teen comedy series "Awkward" will once again witness the adventures of Ashley Rickards' Jenna Hamilton on the mid-season premiere entitled "Finals."
The twelfth episode of the fourth season, it is said that Jenna will now be dealing with the nearing school finals, giving little thought on the events that happened during their senior ski trip in June 17's episode entitled "Snow Job."
But fans already know that the 17-year-old girl already lost her boyfriend and Eva's (Elizabeth Whitson) alleged pregnancy may forfeit Matty's (Beau Mirchoff) future. This dims her hope of being with him again. more >>
A mega entertainment company has acquired a 55 percent stake in the production companies owned by Mark Burnett and Roma Downey, the executive producers behind the Emmy-nominated "The Bible" series.
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc. will create United Artists Media Group to serve as a home for Downey and Burnett's entertainment ventures, which includes a faith-based channel. The acquisition also involves Hearst Entertainment Inc., an investor in Burnett and Downey's One Three Media and LightWorkers Media production entities.
"Roma and I are absolutely thrilled to be in business with Gary Barber (MGM CEO) and MGM while at the same time maintaining our amazing relationship with Steve (Hearst CEO) and Hearst," Burnett said in a statement. "I am honored to become the CEO of United Artists Media Group. Together we look forward to growing our television, film and digital business while also creating a whole new platform of entertainment." more >>
Sadie Robertson of "Duck Dynasty" has opened up about more than just her dance routines since joining season 19 of "Dancing with the Stars" this year.
The A&E reality television star made her debut on "DWTS" on Sept. 15 and revealed coping mechanisms for nervousness and the pressure to perform on the dance floor.
"Honestly, I prayed all day," the 17-year-old model explained, according to ABC. "All day I had friends and Scripture's encouragement that helped so much to calm me down. And really I just found my own confidence in myself. I'm not dancing for the 15 million people watching but just doing it for me, and [I] hope they like it." more >>
Juliette Lewis is defending the Church of Scientology, citing that the controversial religion goes largely misunderstood in the mainstream media.
The "Kelly & Cal" star has been a Scientologist for several years and frequently discusses the practice. However, this week, the 41-year-old actress took aim at the media when discussing misconceptions about the religion, as well as the numerous headlines that feature another Scientologist, Tom Cruise.
"I'll get all conspiratorial on you, and I'm just going to throw this out: the mainstream media is funded by pharmaceutical companies," Lewis told The Daily Beast. "So when you have the biggest movie star in the world at the time- Tom Cruise- coming out against anti-depressants and Ritalin and just saying, 'Hey, why don't you put a warning label on there?' So, when Tom came out about that, I've never seen someone get torn down so hard, and they still brutalize him with Scientology pieces to this day." more >>
Kerry Washington opened about her life as a mom during an interview this week, citing her relationship with God.
The "Scandal" actress and her husband, Nnamdi Asomugha, welcomed a baby girl five months ago, and over the weekend, the star gushed about her daughter, Isabelle Amarachi.