Friday, October 24, 2014

Alvin Stardust Dead at 75


Veteran pop singer Alvin Stardust has died, aged 72.

The "My Coo Ca Choo" hitmaker, born Bernard William Jewry, passed away at home surrounded by his wife Julia and family on Thursday, his manager tells Sky News.

He had recently been diagnosed with metastatic prostate cancer.

Crystal Hunt Being Sued: The Assault 'Might Have Killed My Future Baby'

Crystal Hunt is being sued by Elizabeth Nam nearly a year after their bar brawl.
Just days after receiving there years probation in a felony assault case, former Guiding Light and One Life to Live actress Crystal Hunt is being sued.

Last December, the actress was charged with felony assault with a deadly weapon after a bar brawl turned bloody as she shattered a water glass on Elizabeth Nam's face. And according to new court documents, Nam is suing Hunt saying that the assault destroyed any chance she had for reproducing.

In the court documents, obtained by TMZ, Elizabeth explains she had been "actively searching for a mate" adding "the assault might have killed my future baby, due to my biological clock ticking."

In other words, the scars on her face combined with the emotional trauma have left her undesirable to men.

Nam is insisting that Crystal be put behind bars, while TMZ reports probation officials are recommending she serve 6 months in jail, enroll in an anger management program and pay her victim restitution.

Hunt's lawyer told TMZ Nam was wasted at the time of the confrontation and threatened Hunt repeatedly by shouting, "You're dead!" He added, anyone who would talk about killing an unconceived future child "has likely got some psychological issues."

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Thursday, October 23, 2014

'Oprah: Where Are They Now?' To Feature Finola Hughes, Paul Stanley and 'A Different World' Reunion This Sunday


On Sunday, October 26 at 9 p.m. ET/PT, viewers will have the chance to catch up with some of their favorite stars on Oprah: Where Are They Now? Oprah reunites the cast of the groundbreaking series, A Different World, which originated as a Cosby Show spinoff, and was the first-ever depiction of student life at a fictional, historically black college. During the long-anticipated interview, the beloved actors, more than two decades later, reminisce about how they were cast and how overnight fame changed their lives. Next, rock legend Paul Stanley of KISS talks about the birth defect that made for an emotionally painful childhood, the truth behind the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction controversy, and how his divorce led him down a new, surprising creative path. Then, General Hospital's Finola Hughes opens her home in a revealing update about motherhood, the adoption of two of her children, and why her husband has never seen her tumultuous onscreen life as Anna Devane.

Watch a sneak peek from the episode below:

Alison Sweeney on The End of EJ & Sami: 'Lots of Great Romances End in Tragedy'

Sami said a tearful goodbye to EJ after his death.
In a new interview with TV Guide Magazine, Alison Sweeney shared her thoughts on leaving Days of our Lives and the role of Sami Brady DiMera after more than 21 years. When asked about the death of EJ DiMera (James Scott), Sweeney said, "With some time and perspective, I now see that lots of great romances end in tragedy."

Fans have wondered if EJ is really dead. The answer is yes, for now, at least as dead as soap characters get.

"Perhaps, EJami fans will eventually see it as an appropriate end for the characters," Sweeney continued. "They etched their place in love-story history by ending with tears. And for all those who were opposed to the EJ-Sami pairing, there's a poetic justice there, if you choose to look at it that way. Or maybe I'm just trying to find a silver lining. I've made my peace with it."

Sami and her children leave Salem next week for Hollywood now that studio execs want to get into "the Sami Brady business" after reading Will's (Guy Wilson) expose.

Anthony Geary Returning to 'General Hospital' in November


Emmy winner Anthony Geary is returning to ABC soap opera General Hospital in November as his medical leave comes to an end.

"We're so excited to have him back," GH executive producer Frank Valentini tells Soap Opera Digest. "He has such unbelievable talent and there's a lot of amazing stuff to come with Luke and Fluke." Teases Head Writer Ron Carlivati, "We’ve revved that story up, but now with Tony back for real, it’s about to get a little nuts!"

'How to Get Away with Murder' Sneak Peek: 'Why Is Your Penis on a Dead Girl's Phone?' Sam Answers!

How to Get Away with Murder airs Thursdays at 10 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.
At the end of last week's episode, Annalise asks Sam, "Why is your penis on a dead girl's phone?" He answers on tonight's new episode of ABC's smash hit How to Get Away with Murder, airing at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

In "We're Not Friends," Annalise takes on a tough case defending a minor who fatally shoots his police officer father. Meanwhile, Annalise and Sam continue to argue over his relationship with Lila, and Wes and Rebecca begin to question Annalise’s motives. In flash-forwards, we learn more about Laurel's relationship with Frank and why he was calling her the night of Sam's death.

Watch a sneak peek video below: