Celebrity chef Michael Chiarello, an Emmy-winning Food Network personality and cookbook author, was busted Wednesday while in Napa california for DUI possessing drugs while driving his Porsche.
Chiarello, 54, who also appeared on Bravo cooking show “Top Chef Masters,” was stopped at 3:27 a.m. while driving his Porsche Boxster on Silverado Trail, said Officer Marc Renspurger, a spokesman for the California Highway Patrol in Napa.
The chef reportedly told the officer he was driving from Yountville, home to his eatery, Bottega Ristorante. Continue reading
Legendary newsman, Morley Safer, has died. He was 84 years old.
A long time “60 Minutes” correspondent, Safer had only just recently retired from his duties in the newsroom.
During his six decades of reporting, Safer won hundreds of awards, including a dozen Emmys and three Peabody Awards. Just this past Sunday, “60 Minutes” said goodbye to Safer in a tribute marking the close of a 61-year career. Continue reading
Rose Siggins, one of the stars of American Horror Story: Freak Show, has passed away. She was 43.
Siggins died on Saturday morning after undergoing a procedure for kidney stones. Reports say she contracted an infection that spread throughout her body.
Rose reportedly suffered from kidney and pancreas issues throughout her life due to a genetic disorder called sacral agenesis. Continue reading
A straight A-list actor, who has not yet been named, has been diagnosed with HIV AIDS. The superstar has a long list of high-profile ex-partners and his lawyers are said to be preparing for potential legal claims that may arise.
The actor’s list of former lovers includes an award-winning actress, a religious movie star, a top Hollywood personality with a controversial past, a TV star, a media personality and a glamour model.
Last night a US showbiz insider said: “It has now become common knowledge that this star is HIV positive Continue reading
Marty Ingels, the character actor best known for his appearances on countless 1960s TV shows, has passed away. He was 79.
Ingels, who later became a talent agent and voiceover artist, was married to Partridge Family actress Shirley Jones for almost 40 years. He is said to have died Wednesday at Tarzana Medical Center following a massive stroke. He was 79.
Ingels notably played Rob Petrie’s Army buddy on “The Dick Van Dyke Show,” and had appearances on “Bewitched,” “The Ann Sothern Show” and “Pete and Gladys.” Continue reading
Bette Midler was supposed to present Ariana Grande with a Billboard Rising Star award honoring Women in Music, but called in “sick” Friday.
Producers were hoping the Midler and Grande stunt would make for great publicity, but instead they were reduced to Grande’s crazy brother Frankie handing off the trophy.
“It was supposed to be a fun/funny/makeup session, but Bette got sick at the last minute and couldn’t show. Continue reading
Angelina Jolie apparently still has a bone to pick with her father, Jon Voight, after painfully not inviting him to her clandestine wedding. Voight commented that he learned of the union, like the rest of us, from news reports.
Jolie finally got married to Brad Pitt, missing was her father to walk her down the aisle. Sons Pax and Maddox walked her down the aisle according to a spokesman.
Voight was honored just this weekend for the Emmy Awards being nominated for Best Supporting Actor in a drama for “Ray Donovan.”
Robin Williams Emmys tribute helmed by Billy Crystal is under fire for including what is being dubbed by some on social media as ‘racist.’
The brouhaha is over a stand up joke about Muslim woman where Williams uses a scarf as a prop.
It included a short snippet of a stand-up performance during which Williams borrows a pink scarf and puts it on his head like a Hijab. Continue reading
Netflix was completely shutout at this year’s Emmys, not taking home a single trophy out of 30 nods. But the bigger story may be how the internet streaming giant has different pay scales for its male and female stars.
Kevin Spacey rakes in a hefty $500,000 per episode for “House of Cards” while Taylor Schilling only receives a paltry $70,000 per episode for her performances in “Orange is the New Black.”
Gwen Stefani, in a John Travolta moment, (think Adele Dazeem,) totally blew the pronunciation of Stephen Colbert‘s name while presenting him with a winning Emmy trophy.
The No Doubt singer introduced the former Comedy Central host as “Stephen Colbort.”