Reality TV News - May 2005
"American Idol" runner-up Bo Bice is on top of the Barnes & Noble best-seller list with pre-release orders for his upcoming CD.
Actress and hotel heiress Paris Hilton has accepted a marriage proposal from her boyfriend of five months, Greek shipping heir Paris Latsis.
CBS has announced the identities of the fifteen performers who will compete on its upcoming Rock Star: INXS reality series.
A popular reality talent show has dropped its controversial has-been female judge. But in a mildly surprising move, it's not embattled American Idol judge Paula Abdul -- instead it's America's Next Top Model judge Janice Dickinson.
In a surprise conclusion, American Idol 4 finalist Carrie Underwood upset oddsmaker favorite Bo Bice to win the fourth season of the smash-hit Fox reality talent competition.
Bobby Brown says his wife, Whitney Houston, has finished her second stint in rehab and is ready to record a new album.
Singer Jessica Simpson has lashed out against media spreading rumors that her marriage to "Newlyweds" co-star Nick Lachey is on the rocks.
The first lady of heavy metal, Sharon Osbourne, dumped a bucket of water on a London cameraman who sprayed her with a squirt gun that looked like a microphone.
Buoyed by "American Idol," Fox Broadcasting was on the mark to win its first September-to-May TV ratings among the critical young adults group.
A Carl's Jr. executive told the Parents Television Council to "get a life" in response to complaints about Paris Hilton's sexy Spicy Burger commercial.
CBS announced today that E! Entertainment personality Brooke Burke and rock guitarist Dave Navarro will co-host its upcoming Rock Star: INXS reality talent competition series that will premiere on Monday, July 11 at 9PM ET/PT.
A media watchdog group says a California TV ad for a hamburger chain featuring a scantily clad and soaked Paris Hilton is "soft-core porn."
Reigning "American Idol" champion Fantasia Barrino says Alabama rocker Bo Bice is her favorite to become the next winner of the Fox reality TV talent contest.
Donald Trump testified he paid a contractor more than $3 million for work that was only half-done on his Briarcliff Manor, N.Y., golf course.
"I Feel Like a Woman Chained to Unsatisfied Fools," our episode summary for the tenth week of American Idol 4's finals, written by Drive My Car, is now available.
When she was still fighting for a chance to be Donald Trump's newest employee during Thursday's live The Apprentice 3 finale, finalist Tana Goertz claimed to have learned a lesson from her unprofessional badmouthing of the eliminated contestants who had helped her execute her final task. However, based on the 37-year-old Iowa resident's behavior in the 24-hour period that followed her Trump firing, it would appear as though whatever lesson Tana learned, it had little to do with recognizing the inappropriateness of such behavior.
"Let the Tana Bashing Begin!," our episode summary for the seventeenth and (finally) last episode of the third edition of NBC's The Apprentice, written by volsfan, is now available.
In the fourteenth episode of NBC's boxing reality-competition show The Contender, heavily-favored Sergio 'The Latin Snake' Mora (now 15-0, 4 KOs) pounded his way to the show's $1 million final match by decisively thrashing Jesse Brinkley (now 25-2, 17 KOs) in the last semifinal match, winning by unanimous decision. With his win, Sergio will face Peter Manfredo Jr. (24-1, 10 KOs) in the seven-round bout, to be held at the famed Caesar's Palace venue in Las Vegas on Tuesday, May 24, with the live broadcast beginning at 8PM ET.
Producer Mark Burnett and Madison Road Entertainment have settled lawsuits over charges to place products on NBC's "The Apprentice."
The New Orleans Saints invited Ryan Sutter, who gained fame in 2003 by marrying Trista Rehn in ABC's "The Bachelorette," to try out for the NFL team.
Two members of singer Bobby Brown's entourage were stabbed in a brawl outside an Atlanta restaurant early Monday.
MTV has revealed the identities of the "seven strangers" who will be living together when The Real World: Austin, the sixteenth edition of the long-running reality series, debuts on Tuesday, June 21 with a special one-hour premiere.
If The Bachelor 7 bachelorette finalist Krisily Kennedy appeared to remain a little too composed in the minutes following her rejection by Charlie O'Connell on Monday's live The Final Rose finale, there's a good reason -- she had suspected the move was coming.
"Three Hours? Shame on you, ABC!," our episode summary for the season finale episode of the seventh edition of ABC's The Bachelor series, written by MTW1961, is now available.
"American Idol" winner Fantasia Barrino will perform at a benefit for the Clothes Off Our Back Foundation in Los Angeles.
Model Angie Everhart and actress Erika Eleniak will be the new Gingers on "The Real Gilligan's Island," the TBS network announced.
The Apprentice 3's season-long booksmart vs streetsmart battle ended with the last remaining booksmart team member winning over the last remaining streetsmart team member, as Kendra Todd, a 26-year-old real estate broker from Boynton Beach, Florida edged fellow finalist Tana Goertz to become the third person to hear Donald Trump say "You're hired."
More than a week has passed since the broadcast of CBS's The Amazing Race 7 finale, however thanks to the ongoing efforts of bitter runner-up Rob Mariano, a small cloud of doubt continues to linger around winning couple Uchenna and Joyce Agu's victory.
Fewer Americans watched Tuesday's debut of Britney Spears' Britney and Kevin: Chaotic UPN reality show than bought her disappointing 2001 "Britney" album. And despite what UPN's spinmeisters might proclaim, that's not particularly impressive given that compared to the 20 million plus units that her first two albums combined to sell, the controversial singer's "Britney" album has only sold about 4.5 million units.
In the season finale of NBC's "The Apprentice" Donald Trump chose Kendra Todd to join his empire and help renovate a Palm Beach, Fla., mansion.
The hackers who acquired nude photos of Paris Hilton from her cell phone used "social engineering" instead of technical wizardry, the Washington Post reports.
Despite airing versus an even more powerful ABC Sunday night lineup, CBS's Sunday night finale of Survivor: Palau performed slightly better than December's Sunday finale of Survivor: Vanuatu, but once again failed to generate the big ratings pop that previous Survivor finales have typically drawn..
"Just. Slump. Over.," our episode summary for the reunion show episode of Survivor: Palau, the tenth edition of CBS's Survivor series, written by landruajm, is now available.
'American Idol 4' eliminates Vonzell Solomon, making Bo Bice and Carrie Underwood its final two finalistsMay 19, 2005
Fox's American Idol 4 voted out the tenth of its twelve finalists during last night's results show, with Vonzell Solomon, a 20-year-old from Ft. Myers, FL, being eliminated from the reality talent competition as a result of receiving the fewest of the over 37 million votes that home viewers cast.
Naima Mora, a 20-year-old coffee shop waitress from Detroit, MI, was crowned America's Next Top Model during last night's finale of the fourth cycle of the popular UPN "dramality" series.
As mentioned by Survivor host Jeff Probst during Sunday evening's Survivor: Palau reunion broadcast, CBS has begun accepting applications for the twelfth installment of Survivor.
"Outwit, Outplay, Outclass," our episode summary for the fourteenth episode of Survivor: Palau, the tenth edition of CBS's Survivor series, written by Jims02, is now available.
For the first time, a reality series has won a 'Best Series' Daytime Emmy Award. This Daytime Emmy also happens to be the first Emmy ever won by the widely acknowledged creators of the modern reality TV genre, Bunim/Murray Productions.
Paris Hilton's pet chihuahua Tinkerbell has become the heiress' latest moneymaker, with a new deal struck for Gund to manufacture plush replicas.
"Here's a Story, of a Delusioned Lady, with Three Very Messed Up Children," our episode summary for the sixteenth episode of the third edition of NBC's The Apprentice, written by Fishercat, is now available.
ABC announced today that its fading The Bachelor reality franchise will not be part of its Fall 2005 primetime schedule, but in a somewhat surprising move, the series will return in January 2006 after Monday Night Football wraps up its thirty-fifth and final year on the network.
ABC 'Bachelor' Charlie O'Connell picks Sarah Brice, rejects Krisily Kennedy in seventh season finaleMay 17, 2005
ABC's much ballyhooed "no rules" edition of its The Bachelor edition ended in a manner not all that different than the fading reality franchise's previous editions -- with bachelor Charlie O'Connell selecting Sarah Brice over Krisily Kennedy during an extremely bloated three-hour marathon finale, but -- similar to fellow recent bachelors Jesse Palmer (Bachelor 5) and Bob Guiney (Bachelor 4) -- failing to propose marriage, offering only a "promise ring" instead.
Tasmanian-born Princess Mary of Denmark has inspired Australian producers to create a reality royal makeover television show.
NBC unveiled its 2005-2006 Fall primetime schedule yesterday, announcing that it will broadcast not one but two The Apprentice editions this fall, with its previously announced The Apprentice: Martha Stewart series joining the fourth edition of the Donald Trump-led original Apprentice series as part of the network's Fall 2005 primetime lineup.
NBC announced Monday that as part of what it emphasized was a plan to launch new programming throughout the September-May season, Fear Factor will not be part of the network's initial 2005-2006 Fall primetime schedule. Instead, Fear Factor will be return to the network's schedule at some point later in the season.
Fox announced today that this week's American Idol 4 performance show broadcast will add an additional phone number for each of the competition's three remaining contestants.
Fox has announced that it will debut So You Think You Can Dance, a new reality series that will search for America's best dancer, on Wednesday, July 20 at 8PM ET/PT with a two-hour premiere.
CBS has announced that this fall's upcoming eleventh installment of its Survivor franchise will take place in Guatemala and be titled Survivor: Guatemala, The Maya Empire.
"Yes, Mistress," our episode summary for the thirteenth episode of Survivor: Palau, the tenth edition of CBS's Survivor series, written by Coconut, is now available.
In the end, Survivor: Palau ended as it began -- with 41-year-old New York City firefighter Tom Westman dominating the game's challenges.
A 41-year-old New York City firefighter is the latest winner of the top $1 million prize in the CBS "Survivor: Palau" reality TV series.
In a semifinal rematch of the opening episode of NBC's The Contender, Peter Manfredo Jr. (now 24-1, 10 KOs) avenged the only defeat of his career with a seven-round unanimous decision over Alfonso Gomez Jr. (now 12-3-1, 4 KOs) in the thirteenth episode of the show.
"I'm A Little Bit Country And A Whole Lot Bored," our episode summary for the ninth week of American Idol 4's finals, written by Bebo, is now available.
Fox announced Friday that it will air four reality shows as part of its Summer 2005 programming schedule. In addition to the return of last fall's Renovate My Family series, Fox will also debut Hell's Kitchen, The Princes Of Malibu. and So You Think You Can Dance.
Fox has announced that Hell's Kitchen, its new adaptation of a popular British reality show of the same name, will premiere Monday, May 30 at 9PM ET/PT.
"Laverne and Shirley Episode 102 Part 2 'A Most Amazing Race'," our episode summary for the second part of the season finale episode of CBS's The Amazing Race 7, written by emydi, is now available.
"Laverne and Shirley Episode 102 Part 1 'A Most Amazing Race'," our episode summary for the first part of the season finale episode of CBS's The Amazing Race 7, written by KObrien_fan, is now available.
"The Women Tell All, Death Cage Match: SarahDub Vs. The World," our episode summary for The Women Tell All episode of the seventh edition of ABC's The Bachelor series, written by Mon Cherie, is now available.
Our 'State of the Spoiling' summary for the season finale episode of Survivor: Palau is now available.
With her last-minute scrambling failing to sway any of her fellow remaining castaways, Caryn Groedel, a 46-year-old civil rights attorney from Solon, OH, was voted out of Survivor: Palau during Thursday night's CBS broadcast, making her the sixteenth contestant to exit the competition
An Indiana man is suing Britney Spears for copyright infringement, alleging he is the one who wrote "Sometimes," which she recorded.
"American Idol" finalist Vonzell Solomon's teary outburst was described Friday as a case of being "caught up in the moment."
The Apprentice season that highlighted a battle between high school-educated streetsmart contestants competing against college-educated booksmart contestants is fittingly ending with a final showdown featuring one contestant from each team.
The first winner of TV's "The Apprentice," Bill Rancic, is writing a book to give kids the same business guidance he got from Donald Trump.
TBS today revealed the identities of the two teams of castaways who will be competing in its The Real Gilligan's Island 2 reality series that will premiere Wednesday, June 8 at 9PM ET/PT.
Fox's American Idol voted out the ninth of its twelve finalists during last night's results show, with Anthony Fedorov, a 19-year-old from Trevose, PA, being eliminated from the reality talent competition as a result of receiving the fewest audience votes.
Deemed to have "lost her fire," Brittany, a 22-year-old elementary school instructional aide from Tallahassee, FL, became the eleventh girl eliminated from the fourth edition of America's Next Top Model during last night's UPN broadcast.
TV's "Jackass" and "Dirty Sanchez" are blamed for the growing "happy slapping" craze in Britain, where children film each other attacking strangers.
"House of Wax" star Paris Hilton says she is thrilled with her life, but wishes the paparazzi that camp outside her house would take a hike.
CBS has unveiled the identities of the sixteen contestants who will be competing in its new previously announced The Cut reality series.
Putting to rest any remaining doubts that CBS's The Amazing Race has become a bonfide hit, last night's finale of the show's seventh edition crossed the finish line in amazing fashion, delivering the long-running reality series' best ever ratings performance among overall viewers, households, and all three of the key Adults 18-49, Adults 25-54, and Adults 18-34 demographics.
Pregnant supermodel Heidi Klum has married singer Seal in a secret Mexico ceremony attended by about 60 friends and relatives.
Martha Stewart got warm applause at her New York company's first annual meeting since her release from prison in March.
"So Tell Me A Little Bit About Yourself," our episode summary for the fifteenth episode of the third edition of NBC's The Apprentice, written by ginger, is now available.
After 5 continents, 25 cities, and more than 40,000 miles, The Amazing Race team of Uchenna and Joyce Agu managed to move from worst to first during the competition's final leg and win the seventh edition of the CBS reality series. Despite the fact that their last place finish in the penultimate leg forced them to beg for cash up until the very end, the married couple was able to hold off Rob Mariano and Amber Brkich and Ron Young and Kelly McCorkle to win The Amazing Race 7's million dollar prize.
Our 'State of the Spoiling' summary for the thirteenth episode of Survivor: Palau is now available.
"The Best Laid Plans," our episode summary for the twelfth episode of Survivor: Palau, the tenth edition of CBS's Survivor series, written by TeamJoisey, is now available.
Houston couple Uchenna and Joyce Agu begged for the money to pay a Miami cabbie before they grabbed the $1 million prize in CBS' seventh "The Amazing Race."
ABC has announced the identities of the six celebrities competing in Dancing with the Stars, its previously announced six-episode adaptation of the British Strictly Come Dancing ballroom dancing competition series that the network will premiere Wednesday, June 1 at 9PM ET/PT. And in a move that is bound to polarize reality fans, the network has cast former original Bachelorette Trista Rehn, now known as Trista Sutter, as one of the show's participants.
With one three teams left in the competition, CBS's The Amazing Race 7 teams are racing toward tonight's finale finish line -- and based on its recent ratings performances, so is the show itself.
The Fox network may retain Nicole Richie in its hit U.S. show, "The Simple Life," despite co-star Paris Hilton's repeated comments that Richie is gone.
The WB announced last week that Beauty And The Geek, its new six-episode reality show created by Punk'd producers Ashton Kutcher and Jason Goldberg, will premiere Wednesday, June 1 at 8PM ET/PT.
"The Underground and Double-decker Buses," our episode summary for the eleventh episode of CBS's The Amazing Race 7, written by cqvenus, is now available.
The Tony Danza Show has announced that former The Apprentice contestant Ereka Vetrini got engaged to Randy Burkholder, her longtime boyfriend, over the weekend.
In the final quarterfinal match, which took place in the twelfth episode of NBC's reality-competition boxing show The Contender, the two most reluctant warriors in the dominant 'Italian Clan' coalition (also known as the "Gutless Four") were forced into the ring to do "battle." Unfortunately, they couldn't both lose.
CBS announced Friday that the sixth edition of its popular Big Brother reality series will premiere on Thursday, July 7 at 8PM ET/PT. The tentpole of a Summer 2005 reality show lineup that will see the network broadcast six hours of reality programming a week, Big Brother 6 will air also air on Tuesdays at 9PM ET/PT and Saturdays at 8PM ET/PT.
CBS announced Friday that Rock Star: INXS, Mark Burnett's new American Idol-like reality talent competition series that will find a new lead singer for Australian rock band INXS, will premiere on Monday, July 11 at 10PM ET/PT.
CBS announced Friday that The Cut, its new Project Runway-like fashion competition reality show in which fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger will search for "America's fashion trendsetter of tomorrow," will premiere on Thursday, June 9 with a special 90-minute premiere in Survivor's 8PM ET/PT time period
CBS has announced that it will air four realty series as part of its Summer 2005 programming schedule, the network's most aggressive summer schedule since it first launched the present American network television reality TV era with its Summer 2000 debuts of Survivor and Big Brother. In additional to the sixth edition of its annual three-night-a-week Big Brother reality series, CBS will also air reality uber-producer Mark Burnett's new Rock Star: INXS series on a thrice-weekly schedule, plus weekly broadcasts of Tommy Hilfiger's Project Runway-like The Cut series and Fire Me... Please.
NBC announced last week that it has added a seventh reality series to its previously announced Summer 2005 programming schedule -- Hit Me Baby One More Time, a one-hour reality competition series in which five one-time pop music stars will perform and compete for the studio audience's vote.
"Girls Gone Wild!," our episode summary for the sixth episode of the seventh edition of ABC's The Bachelor series, written by frisky, is now available.
"American Idol" judge Paula Abdul made a cameo appearance on NBC's "Saturday Night Live," introducing the opening skit and judging the performances.
UPN has announced that its upcoming Britney Spears and Kevin Federline reality series finally has a name -- Britney And Kevin: Chaotic. The series will premiere Tuesday, May 17 at 9PM ET/PT with a special one-hour episode.
CBS is developing a prime time unscripted series for former "Saturday Night Live" star Jon Lovitz, The Hollywood Reporter said Friday.
Falling victim to a desperation alliance comprised of three castaways who felt they had nothing left to lose by chancing a tie vote that would result in a random draw elimination, Gregg Carey was voted out of Survivor: Palau during Thursday night's CBS broadcast, making Gregg the fifteenth castaway to exit the competition
"Newlyweds" TV star and pop diva Jessica Simpson says a report of an alleged dalliance with Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst is "absolutely untrue."
With its teams dissolved at the end of last week's episode, last night's NBC The Apprentice 3 broadcast featured the show's final three contestants, Craig Williams, Tana Goertz, and Kendra Todd, facing a series of interviews. Craig, the 37-year-old high-school educated shoeshine business owner from Conley, Georgia, failed to impress the executives, causing Donald Trump to fire him midway through the episode. Afterwards, as in previous seasons, the final two contestants were given their final tasks and assigned a colorful group of former contestants as "employees."
Wild child Kelly Osbourne says she and brother Jack can thank their rock 'n' roll parents' genes for their drug problems.
British rocker Ozzy Osbourne says he's relieved his debilitating body tremors are from a genetic syndrome -- not his lifetime of drug abuse.
Clay Aiken, the singer who rose to fame on "American Idol," told CBS News he does not believe that fellow contestant Corey Clark had an affair with Paula Abdul.
"It's Not Over 'Til The Fat Guy Sings," our episode summary for the eighth week of American Idol 4's finals, written by Devious Weasel, is now available.
Last night, ABC's Primetime Live aired its potentially explosive (and much hyped) "exposé" of the Fox reality-competition smash American Idol. After all was said and done, though, the "exposé" seemed like little more than titillating gossip dressed up with lots of smoke and mirrors, in the hopes of crippling a rival network's most important show.
The number of contenders in NBC's "The Apprentice" show is down to three and one is an Iowa housewife whose possible triumph would be the first by a woman.
In the latest court appearance, singer Bobby Brown has been firmly reminded by a Massachusetts judge of a commitment to his two oldest children.
Former London Underground employee Tim Campbell beat out stiff competition to win a job on the British version of the reality TV show "The Apprentice."
In an elimination that many fans felt was long overdue, Fox's American Idol voted out the eighth of its twelve finalists during last night's results show, with Scott Savol, a 29-year-old from Shaker Heights, OH, being eliminated from the reality talent competition as a result of receiving the fewest audience votes.
Fox and producers of "American Idol" are investigating a former contestant's claim of a relationship with judge Paula Abdul.
Deemed as lacking a warm personality that matched her beauty, Christina, a 24-year-old fashion marketing student from Tallahassee, FL, became the tenth girl eliminated from the fourth edition of America's Next Top Model during last night's UPN broadcast.
They lasted longer than teams half their ages, but time finally ran out for The Amazing Race 7 contestants Meredith and Gretchen Smith when they finished fourth (and last) in Tuesday night's CBS broadcast of the Race's tenth leg, eliminating them from the competition.
In an effort to boost its ratings, ABC has been keeping quiet about the details of its upcoming American Idol exposé that's scheduled to air in a special edition of ABC's Primetime Live on Wednesday, May 4, at 10 PM (after the Idol results show at 9 PM on Fox). However, ABC's plans for secrecy seem to have crumbled under the combined push of the mainstream media and the blogosphere.
A British caterer has taken the $475,000 grand prize on the ITV network's "Hell's Kitchen" reality show.
Speculation about a reported ABC News expose' of "American Idol" judge Paula Abdul has led a former contestant to come to her defense.
The ABC television network is keeping a public relations lid on its expose' of "American Idol" in an apparent bid to boost ratings.
"Sun Tzu and The Art Of Getting Fired," our episode summary for the fourteenth episode of the third edition of NBC's The Apprentice, written by Estee, is now available.
On the eleventh episode of NBC's reality-competition boxing show The Contender, the "Italian Clan" coalition (aka the "Gutless Four" for their penchant to fight easy fights, unlike the rest of the boxers) were forced to begin fighting each other, with two spots in the semifinals at stake. In the first such fight, lawyer, former NCAA boxing champion and Sylvester Stallone nutrition endorser Joey Gilbert (now 9-1, 7 KOs) was defeated by Peter Manfredo (now 23-1, 10 KOs) in a split decision after the bout was stopped early due to a severe cut suffered by Joey as a result of an accidental head butt.
Larry Johnson, a comedy writer currently working for Disney TV, has posted the seventh installment of his weekly "American Idol Gay Idol Journal" diva rant, an exclusive to the Reality TV World American Idol message boards.
"Ulong, Pagong, So What? So Long," our episode summary for the eleventh episode of Survivor: Palau, the tenth edition of CBS's Survivor series, written by Bebo, is now available.
"Traveling With A Friendly Little Gnome," our episode summary for the tenth episode of CBS's The Amazing Race 7, written by strid333, is now available.
"Charlie's Hometown Adventures," our episode summary for the fifth episode of the seventh edition of ABC's The Bachelor series, written by sorgee, is now available.
Cable's MTV has marked its eighth straight first-quarter of growth, but is also seeing ratings decline, the Hollywood Reporter said Monday.
NBC has announced that nearly a year after it was first scheduled to air, the long-delayed fourth installment of its Average Joe reality will finally premiere on Tuesday, June 28 at 8PM ET/PT as part of the network's Summer 2005 reality programming.
NBC has announced The Biggest Loser 2, its previously announced sequel to last fall's new surprise hit reality series, will debut on Tuesday, August 9 at 8PM ET/PT with a 90-minute episode. Tommy Lee Goes To College, a new half-hour reality series that will follow notorious Motley Crue rocker Tommy Lee as he returns to school to get the college experience he never had, will follow at 9:30PM ET/PT
Bravo has announced that the second season of Blow Out, its "docu-reality" series centered around Hollywood stylist Jonathan Antin, will premiere on Tuesday, June 7 at 9PM ET/PT.
NBC to air six summer reality series, including shows featuring Tommy Lee and Paris Hilton's mother KathyMay 1, 2005
NBC has announced plans to air six reality series as part of its Summer 2005 programming schedule. Staggering their debuts throughout the summer, the network will launch the shows in three waves, starting with I Want To Be A Hilton and Average Joe 4: The Joes Strike Back in late June, followed by The Law Firm and Meet Mister Mom in late July/early August, and concluding with the mid-August premieres of Tommy Lee Goes To College and the second season of The Biggest Loser, its Fall 2005 surprise hit.
Bravo has announced plans to air its most aggressive slate of original summer programming ever, with new reality series such as Sports Kids Moms & Dads, Hidden Howie: The Private Life of a Public Nuisance, Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List, Situation: Comedy, Being Bobby Brown and Battle of the Network Reality Stars all scheduled to join new seasons of Queer Eye For The Straight Guy and Blow Out as part of its summer programming lineup.
Fox's "American Idol" judge Simon Cowell's opera pop group Il Divo has achieved the highest U.S. chart entry for a debut album from a British-signed act.
Martha Stewart told People magazine her skin got better while she served her five-month sentence at a federal prison in Alderson, W.Va.