Los Angeles, CA, United States (Celebrity News Service) - "America's Got Talent" host Nick Cannon says filming the show on the road less than two months after the birth of his twin babies is "probably one of the hardest things I've had to do."
Cannon, who has hosted three of the show's six seasons, admitted to reporters during a phone interview Monday that while hosting the show can be fun, staying away from his family can be very difficult.
"We haven't done the live shows, but even - I mean I've still been on the road and the Vegas shows and everything, and it's quite difficult," he said. "I mean, it's probably one of the hardest things I had to do and I didn't even really think about how difficult that was going to be, because I have - my life has always been, you know, kind of on the road and going."
New York, NY, United States (Celebrity News Service) - Comedy Central has announced that they will be renewing the weekly hit series "Tosh.0" for a fourth season.
The show which is hosted by comedian Daniel Tosh provides sarcastic and witty commentary on online video clips and all things pop culture.
"Daniel is still trying to figure out what his show is and we thought it would only be right to give him another season to work it out, especially since so many millions of people are watching it," Kent Alterman, head of original programming and production at Comedy Central said in a statement.
Los Angeles, CA, United States (Celebrity News Service) - Jessica Simpson is returning to television. The "Newlyweds" and "Price of Beauty" star is now going to help a group of hopefuls become the next fashion star.
Simpson is set to become the celebrity mentor for the new NBC show "Fashion Star," which sees aspiring designers competing for the chance to win a multi-million dollar contract to become the country's next big brand.
Simpson knows all about that and more, as she now has her own successful line of clothing and accessories, including shoes, handbags, jewelry, and more.
The highest priced home in the country, the $150-million dollar Spelling mansion, appears to be off the market. The new owner is reported to be 22-year-old Petra Ecclestone, daughter of the founder of Formula One racing.
The iconic mansion simply known as The Manor, located in the Holmby Hills area of Los Angeles, is a 56,500 square foot limestone-clad monolith. According to the Wall Street Journal, Ecclestone is planning on splitting her time between London and Los Angeles following her upcoming wedding to entrepreneur James Stunt.
Reportedly, Candy Spelling, widow of television producer Aaron Spelling, remained firm on her $150 million price tag she placed on the property in 2008 even through the economic downturn. However, the actual sales price has not been disclosed.
Los Angeles, CA, United States (Celebrity News Service) - After just five months together, Demi Lovato has called it quits on her relationship with Wilmer Valderrama.
The 18-year-old Disney star split from the 31-year-old "That 70s show" actor because their 13-year age gap meant they were "in completely different places in their lives," reports the New York Post.
The "Sonny With a Chance" star and singer, whose new album is out in the fall, dated Valderrama before and after completing her treatment in late January, and were spotted in February on a movie date and shopping for food.
Los Angeles, Calif., United States (Celebrity News Service) - Charlie Sheen may not be wanted back on the set of "Two and a Half Men," but the troubled star is in "deep negotiations" to star in a new sitcom.
According to TMZ, the 45-year-old actor is reportedly in talks to sign a deal to appear in a new series by the end of the week.
It is not yet known the name of the new show.
Los Angeles, CA, United States (Celebrity News Service) - The Coalition for the War on Illegal Pornography believes that NBC's new series "The Playboy Club" is promoting the cause they are fighting against.
The group believes that the show will contribute to the sexual exploitation of women and promote the acceptance of pornography all while making a profit.
"Since the 50s, sleazy Hugh Hefner and his Playboy Magazine has pushed a philosophy which dictated that, to the 'sophisticated man,' the female is a mere toy to be used, abused and discarded. That philosophy has inflicted unimaginable harm to our society, now documented by years of research," Patrick A. Trueman, the President of Morality in Media said in a statement.
New York, NY, United States (Celebrity News Service) - MTV's teen sex-and-drug-fueled show "Skins" was cancelled after just one short season. But reports are citing the reason for the show's dismissal being pressure from parent groups moreso than poor ratings.
The Parents Television Council called the show "the most dangerous television show for children that we have ever seen," claiming it not only starred young, underage teens but was targeted to them as well. They even called on the Department of Justice to file child pornography charges.
Based on the British drama of the same name, the controversy surrounding the show even caused companies like Taco Bell and GM to pull their advertising.
Nashville, Tenn., United States (Celebrity News Service) - Shania Twain says she has a "bit of a sore thumb" after taking a nasty spill while making her way to the stage at the 2011 CMT Music Awards.
The 45-year-old singer, who attended the show in Nashville on Wednesday for the first time in seven years, released a video through her Twitter account to address the fall, reports Zap2It.
"I have to get this adrenaline out because I made a complete fool of myself," she said in the video, while sitting in a hotel room. "I realized I don't need a stunt double since I do my own stunts in the 'Thelma and Louise' video clip and I didn't need a stunt double to wipe out on my way to the stage to present."
Beverly Hills, CA, United States (Celebrity News Service) - Starz has announced the cast for their upcoming hour-long original drama series, "Magic City."
The drama, which is set to debut on Starz will have a cast which includes Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Olga Kurylenko and Jessica Marais.
The show will be set in Miami Beach in the Late 1950's and will center around the owner of a hotel and his dealings with organized crime, his complex family life, and the city which is undergoing dramatic changes.
Los Angeles, CA, United States (Celebrity News Service) - "So You Think You Can Dance" fans will have another method to vote for their favorites. Like "American Idol" this year, Fox's hit dance show is adding online voting to the mix.
Starting after the first performance show on Wednesday, June 15th, viewers can head to www.fox.com/dance to vote for their favorite contestants. But fans will be only be able to vote online using Facebook, so make sure you've got an account.
While online voting is limited to 50 times, voting via toll-free phone lines (open for two hours after the show, as usual) and text messaging will be unlimited.
Los Angeles, CA, United States (Celebrity News Service) - TBS' late-night hit "Conan" is the latest network show to score a summer concert series. Host Conan O'Brien's lined up some big names for his first-ever, including his recent guest Ke$ha.
On a break from her "Get Sleazy Tour," Ke$ha will kick off the Conan Concert Series. She'll perform some of her biggest hits on the largest soundstage at Warner Bros. studios, which will air on Monday, June 27th.
Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros will perform on July 18th, and K.T. Tunstall on July 25th. Pitbull, who currently has the #2 song in the country with "Give Me Everything," will perform on August 1.
New York City, NY, United States (Celebrity News Service) - Looks like the May 25 finale of the "Oprah Winfrey Show" didn't only bring in the tears _ it also brought in the ratings.
In a report released by the Nielson on Wednesday, more than 16 million people tuned in last month to watch Winfrey's final message of love and self-acceptance during the last episode of her talk show.
To be exact, a whopping 16.4 million viewers watched as Winfrey stood alone on stage with an empty chair nearby as she looked back on her 25 years on television.
New York City, NY, United States (Celebrity News Service) - "Glee" star Chris Colfer has announced his latest venture in the literary world.
In a statement released Wednesday, the 21-year-old actor signed a deal to write two fictional books with Little, Brown Books for Young Readers.
"When I was 10 years old, I promised myself that if I ever had the opportunity to write this book, I would jump at the chance," Colfer said in the statement.
Los Angeles, CA, United States (Celebrity News Service) - Brenda is leaving Port Charles once again. Vanessa Marcil Giovinazzo is packing her bags and leaving "General Hospital" after returning to the show for a year.
Marcil Giovinazzo joined the show last year after an eight-year absence, when she left the show and joined the cast of "Las Vegas." The Daytime Emmy Award winner picked up her trophy for playing Brenda in 2003, the year following her departure.
"June 9th! will be my last day on the set!" Vanessa Marcil Giovinazzo tweeted. "Thank you GH for a great year. Best cast and crew in the world and in my heart forever."
Los Angeles, CA, United States (Celebrity News Service) - Although Teresa, Caroline and the rest of Bravo's "Real Housewives of New Jersey" just returned for a third season last month, they've already received the green light for a fourth season.
After scoring the highest-rated season premiere in Bravo's history, "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" earned another season on the network. But just this week, the popular franchise entry will be moving to Sunday nights, where "The Real Housewives of Orange County" earned their highest ratings yet.
"The Real Housewives of Orange County" finale was the highest rated episode of the season and the highest rated episode of the series ever. Part one of "The Real Housewives of Orange County" reunion starts the new Sunday night line-up at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
Miami Beach, Fla., United States (Celebrity News Service) - Ryan Seacrest and girlfriend Julianne Hough's romantic weekend in Miami Beach was put on hold for a bit, when the two had to make an emergency trip to a veterinarian's office.
Shortly after the "American Idol" host flew to Miami to spend some quality time with Hough, who has been in town shooting "Rock of Ages," the two found themselves part of Saturday at the vet with her Cavalier King Charles spaniel named Lexi.
"First time I legitimately balled my eyes out in years," Hough tweeted on Saturday, apparently referring to the unexpected vet visit. "Being a helpless parent is the worst thing in the world!"
New York City, New York, United States (Celebrity News Service) - Khloe Kardashian says she "loved" that she had a wardrobe malfunction during an on-air interview.
The "Khloe and Lamar" star was talking about her married life and famous family during an appearance on Fox's "Fox and Friends" Tuesday in New York City, while her nipple could be seen beneath her sheer black top.
But rather than being embarrassed by the incident, Kardashian told her followers on Twitter that she was delighted by what happened.
LA, CA, United States (Celebrity News Service) - The almost two million viewers of TLC's Extreme Couponing will be happy to learn that the show has just been renewed for a second season. The show features smart shoppers who throw themselves into finding deals and coupons that in turn save them hundreds of dollars at a time.
TLC's GM Amy Winter explains why the show is such a hit with viewers. "Extreme Couponing has struck a chord with our viewers and has sparked a passion in people who are looking for creative ways to save money," says Winter. "The series is creating even more super shoppers and we are lining our shelves with their remarkable stories."
The upcoming season will feature 12 episodes and will premiere in September. The current season has two episodes left, airing June 8 and June 16.
LA, CA, United States (Celebrity News Service) - If four seasons of Jeff Lewis on "Flipping Out" wasn't enough for you, then you're in luck. Bravo has just announced that the hit show will be premiering its fifth season this July.
The series follows Jeff Lewis, an interior designer who once focused on flipping houses. Throughout the series, viewers have watched Jeff face difficulties with the economy, clients, and even friends.
On this season, Jeff finds success once again; however, his stress level is as high as ever. Also featured on the show are members of Jeff's staff at "Jeff Lewis Design." Viewers can look forward to some unique clients as well as some special events, including a special facelift birthday present and the planning of a bachelorette party.