Reality TV People News - February 2006
"Access Hollywood" Tuesday hired "Soap Talk" host and "Dancing with the Stars" semi-finalist Lisa Rinna as its Oscars fashion correspondent.
The "Skating with Celebrities" scandal surrounding celeb contestant Kristy Swanson and her married partner Lloyd Eisler, has the duo skating on thin ice.
"The Apprentice" boss Donald Trump was incensed to hear a member of his Palm Beach, Fla., club did not tip his staff after they found her diamond bracelet.
The ShoWest convention has chosen "American Idol" contestant Jennifer Hudson as its Female Star of Tomorrow.
Rapper Master P, who was a contestant on ABC's "Dancing with the Stars," has been ordered to stand trial in Los Angeles for felony gun possession.
"Newlyweds" Nick Lachey wants all the gifts back that he gave co-star and estranged wife Jessica Simpson Lachey during their three-year marriage.
Although his lack of television interviews since he left American Idol probably had more to do with a lack of interest from television producers than a self-imposed vow of silence, former Idol Brian Dunkleman has finally done a television interview in which he "broke his silence" about why he "walked away" from the smash-hit reality show after its first season.
American Idol judge Simon Cowell has clarified his previous statements in which he had suggested that the show's producers had recorded his controversial comments about some of the new season's auctioning contestants after he believed the show's cameras were no longer rolling.
Wannabe rapper Kevin Federline defends his reputation in this week's Newsweek, saying if reports were true, he would not be married to Britney Spears.
Nick Lachey filed divorce papers in Los Angeles Friday requesting spousal support from his soon-to-be ex-wife, Jessica Simpson, People magazine reported.
Kelly Clarkson has revealed the reasons behind her recent breakup with boyfriend Graham Colton, telling Us Weekly that after touring together during her 2005 concert tour, a long-distance relationship just wasn't working for the couple.
It might only feature minor celebrities rather than world class Olympic athletes, however Fox's Skating With Celebrities reality series has ended up with a skating scandal of its own, with the then-pregnant wife of Lloyd Eisler, the professional skating partner of Skating finalist Kristy Swanson, blaming an affair between the skating pair for breaking up her marriage.
Three-time Grammy winner John Legend and "American Idol" champ Carrie Underwood were named Wednesday as halftime entertainers for the 2006 NBA All-Star Game.
Anti-fur activists flour-bombed U.S. socialite Paris Hilton and designer Julien Macdonald following the opening show of London's Fashion Week.
Their individual team's fates on The WB's still-airing Beauty And The Geek 2 reality competition show might remain unknown, however the fate of Geek couple Wes Wilson and Cher Tenbush's budding romantic relationship (first shown in last week's fifth episode broadcast) isn't -- three months after the show's filming ended, the couple says they're still together.
American Idol judge Simon Cowell has responded to criticism about his controversial comments about some of the new season's auctioning contestants, claiming that his remarks were intended to be off the record comments made after he believed the show's cameras were no longer rolling.
"American Idol" co-host Brian Dunkleman slid into the annals of Fox TV history after the series' debut season, but he's on the brink of a comeback of sorts.
U.S. Transportation Secretary Norman Mineta blasted pop star Britney Spears as "irresponsible" for driving with her infant son on her lap.
Louisiana native Britney Spears is heading home to celebrate Mardi Gras in New Orleans, it was reported Monday.
NBC has announced that former The Biggest Loser 2 contestants and subsequent real-life couple Matt Hoover and Suzy Preston will make a special guest appearance on Passions, the network's daytime soap.
Ashton Kutcher's "Punk'd" sidekick Dax Shepard will star opposite Jessica Simpson and Dane Cook in Lions Gate's film, "Employee of the Month."
"American Idol" and double Grammy winner Kelly Clarkson has settled down in Mansfield, Texas, it was reported Thursday.
Original American Idol winner Kelly Clarkson won awards for Best Pop Vocal Album and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance during last night's 48th Annual Grammy Awards, completing a remarkable three-year transformation from previously unknown reality TV show contestant to peer-recognized respected recording artist
Los Angeles County authorities are investigating singer Britney Spears for driving with her baby in her lap instead of strapped in his car seat.
A Los Angeles Superior Court Commissioner Tuesday granted party planner Brian Quintana's request for a restraining order against Paris Hilton.
NBC's "Las Vegas" star Nikki Cox and actor/comedian Jay Mohr announced their engagement Friday.
A Phoenix broker dubbed the "Sultan of Sleaze" wants a starting bid of $20 million for Paris Hilton's diaries, photos and other personal belongings.
Thieves who stole Paris Hilton's private journal, computers, tapes and photos are trying to pawn the goods and information to celebrity tabloids.
Singer/actor Nick Lachey has co-founded a new safe, Internet chat and networking site for teenagers.
"American Idol" judge Simon Cowell's sharp tongue has gotten him in trouble with gay rights activists and now fat activists are joining the fray.