Look, pregnancy isn't easy for anyone. I'm guessing Gail Simmons and Morena Baccarin both would have preferred to stay at home, put up their swollen feet, and eat Cheetos in their sweatpants rather than go to the Emmys. But they toughed it out, somehow lifted themselves gracefully out of a limo while photographers were there, and made it onto the red carpet. So, kudos to them both!
Did Gail Simmons and Morena Baccarin work their baby bumps?
Is this sexy or does she appear thisclose to a wardrobe malfunction?
Julianne Hough is a beautiful woman. Seafoam green is definitely her color. But this odd leotard/evening gown mash-up is both too revealing and sorta saggy. I'm worried that if she doesn't keep her hand planted on her hip the whole top will flop down. Sucks to sit next to her, huh?
The 'Girls' star makes a statement - but is it a good one?
Well, this is awkward. I like the bottom half of this dress soooo much. And then there's this odd thing going on in the bodice, which seems to be saying, "Hello. I have small breasts. Please stare at them." I'm wondering if the black leather is there in case she needs an extra shoe or something.
The Oscar winner talks about the strangest audience experience ever
Kevin O'Leary tells HitFix about the three things that excite the sharks
The season debut of "Shark Tank" (tonight at 9:00 p.m. on ABC) is poised to chew up the competition (last season it was the top Friday night network show among adults aged 18 - 49), and that's just fine with the tough cookies who tear apart the fledgling business owners who come begging. Mark Cuban, Barbara Corcoran, Lori Greiner, Robert Herjavec, Daymond John and "Mr. Wonderful" Kevin O'Leary have no problem telling entrepreneurs what they really think. I had a chance to talk to Mr. Wonderful during press tour, and he revealed the three things that make him interested in investing, the companies that have disappointed, and why everyone should want to invest with a shark... if they can.
They couldn't keep us in the dark forever
Finally, we get a good, long(ish) peek at what we can expect from "American Horror Story: Coven." Yes, there's still plenty of spooky imagery, but in this teaser we get a sense of the plot, the setting and, most importantly, what we can expect from Jessica Lange this time around.
The network orders 12 episodes and three new specials
One swinger wants to go a little further than her partner approves
Hey, guess what? Swingers get jealous! Not about their significant others having sex with other people, of course, but about emotional commitments and flirting. Who knew? This week on the four-part series "Secret Sex Lives: Swingers" (Sat. Sept. 21 at 10:00 p.m. on Discovery Fit & Health), our Atlanta-based couples discover that there are actually some lines that shouldn't be crossed. In this exclusive clip from the "Wives Gone Wild" episode, odd couple Hali and Bryan discuss renegotiating their agreement. It goes over about as well as you might expect it to.
Some fans got great makeovers, and some were hot messes
I bet you had the same reaction I did when I saw that tonight was the Superfan challenge on "Project Runway." How lucky these ladies are! They get top-to-toe makeovers and their VERY OWN OUTFITS courtesy of highly skilled (and, yes, highly stressed) designers! They meet Tim Gunn! They meet Heidi Klum! They meet... well, a bunch of judges who aren't Michael Kors! Sure, they have to listen to incessant plugs for L'Oreal hair care, but most gals get a version of that whenever they get their hair cut. What a treat!
It was only while watching the episode that I realized there is no amount of money that would inspire me to walk down a runway rocking a craptastic sofa cover or an unfinished suit that splendidly highlighted my back fat. I would also not care to have a well-meaning designer reveal to all of America that I had gobs of excess skin that needed to be corseted into an arrangement that made me look ]vaguely attractive and not so much like the Elephant Man. And so, with those bitter truths revealed, the dream of being a Superfan withers and dies.
Andy, GinaMarie and Spencer all got the boot
It seems the fallout continues from the racist, homophobic and generally offensive comments made inside the "Big Brother" house this season. Now we know that not only have finalists Spencer and GinaMarie lost their jobs for the slurs they made (jury member Aaryn was also canned from her modeling agency), but so has the inoffensive Andy. Yes, Andy [warning: spoilers ahead].