Happy Thursday, or as I like to call it, almost Friday!
You’ve waited all year and tonight, “Premios Juventud” will air live on Univision at 8pm. The eleventh annual awards that honors young Hispanic talent from the movies, music, fashion, sports, and pop culture.
Last night I attended the premiere of “Reina de Corazones,” the newest novela from Telemundo starring Eugenio Siller, Juan Soler, and Paola Nuñez.
After a nice long weekend, I’m ready to embrace what the week has in store for me and I hope you all are too. Are any of you still watching “The Bachelorette?”
NBC’s “Fashion Star” has fizzled out. The network has cancelled the fashion design reality competition series after two seasons, NBC Chairman Robert Greenblatt confirmed Saturday to reporters at the TCA Television Critics Association Press Tour in Beverly Hills. Jessica Simpson, Nicole Richie and John Varvatos starred as the celebrity mentors to a collection of aspiring […]
“Fashion Star” is on deck to return to NBC for season two. The second season will see a new host, a new store as well as a new night for the show. The reality competition, which features designers competing for a multimillion-dollar grand prize and launching a line at one of three national retailers, will […]
Union picketing has brought a temporary halt to second-season production of the NBC reality show “Fashion Star.”
“The New Normal‘s” universe is expanding with a “Star Trek” icon and a fashion star. Nicole Richie and George Takei will be guest starring this season on the Ryan Murphy sitcom. Murphy made the announcement Friday, although he declined to reveal any other details at this time. “Proud to announce Nicole Richie and the legendary […]
British fashion star and Glamour magazine editor-at-large Louise Roe is coming to NBC’s “Fashion Star.” Roe will host the NBC fashion design competition for its upcoming second season, replacing Elle MacPherson, who stepped down as host at the end of Season 1. “As executive producer of ‘Fashion Star’ I’m really excited by our choice of […]
The Supreme Court unanimously threw out fines and sanctions Thursday against broadcasters who violated the Federal Communications Commission policy regulating curse words and nudity on broadcast television.