Reality TV People News - July 2007
There probably aren't many things that would pull Paul Teutul Sr. out of Orange County Choppers' garage and away from his passion for customizing motorcycles, but he encountered one this weekend: getting married.
Corey Clark's long list of legal woes continues to grow.
Former Pirate Master contestant Cheryl Kosewicz was found dead in her home from an apparent suicide on Friday.
ABC's The Bachelorette has spawned its first sequel. The Bachelorette couple Trista and Ryan Sutter have announced the birth of their first child -- Maxwell Alston Sutter.
'The Simple Life' star Nicole Richie won't find glamour in city jail
Two trial postponements apparently gave Nicole Richie all the time she needed to accept her fate.
Kellie Pickler's so focused on her country music career that fans of the former American Idol fifth-season finalist shouldn't expect to see her sitcom project on-air anytime soon.
Dancing with the Stars' fourth season apparently reminded former Beverly Hills 90210 actor Ian Ziering what celebrity status tasted like -- leaving him hungry for more and hoping to replace recently retired The Price is Right host Bob Barker.
Former Skating with Celebrities pair Lloyd Eisler and Kristy Swanson claim his marriage to ex-wife Marcia O'Brien was already on the rocks when the two began a romantic relationship during filming, however one of the show's judges apparently feels that wasn't the case.
Ryan Seacrest is currently the host with the most gigs, serving as moderator for Fox's American Idol; his own Los Angeles-based radio show; the E! network's E! News; and various other endeavors such as Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve -- but the 32-year-old apparently has babies on the brain.
Just because former Meet the Barkers' co-stars Travis Barker and Shanna Moakler are celebrities apparently didn't make their most recent split any less difficult to deal with.
'The Apprentice' star Donald Trump's next book to get personal
After publicly railing against him in one recent interview after another, original American Idol winner Kelly Clarkson is suddenly singing a different song and publicly apologizing to RCA chairman Clive Davis.
Laila Ali two-stepped down the aisle this weekend, as the fourth season Dancing with the Stars third-place celebrity finisher married retired NFL wide receiver Curtis Conway, People reported Sunday.
Age matters to Pussycat Dolls' member Nicole Scherzinger, who recently ended her romantic relationship with former Laguna Beach star Talan Torriero due to their nine-year age difference, In Touch Weekly reported in its July 30 issue.
Emmitt Smith was the face of the Dallas Cowboys for 12 years, but becoming Dancing with the Stars' third-season celebrity champ has made him recognizable in another circle.
Much of the behavior displayed by Paula Abdul on her Hey Paula Bravo docu-reality series is unexplainable, and the American Idol judge apparently feels that what viewers see is what they get.
It looks as though the five orphaned siblings featured on a March 2005 episode of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition won't be receiving a new house from ABC anytime soon.
'The Apprentice' star Ivanka Trump to join Trump Resorts board
Antonella Barba knows a thing or two about how to deal with a provocative photo scandal.
Former 'Idol' winner Fantasia Barrino extends 'The Color Purple' stay
Katharine McPhee's effort to become a film actress is apparently starting to gain some steam.
When former Extreme Makeover dentist Dr. Bill Dorfman learned his wife, former The Apprentice candidate Jennifer Murphy, had filed for divorce from him, it was apparently just as painful as having teeth pulled.
Nicole Richie's wish is apparently Los Angeles County Commissioner Steven Lubell's command.
Donald Trump took credit for Rosie O'Donnell being "fired" from ABC's The View, and now his daughter Ivanka apparently has no interest in replacing the vacancy left by her father's arch nemesis.
Nicole Richie may be willing to face the consequences of possible jail time, but The Simple Life star sure seems to be pulling out all the stops to postpone her fate.
Airline passengers concerned about personal space invasions can rest easy -- Clay Aiken has announced that he's "taken steps" to prevent any future occurrences of this weekend's in-flight incident that ended with airline officials detaining Aiken and a female passenger that was sitting in front of him for FBI questioning.
Tori Spelling is officially an officiant.
Katharine McPhee is only 22-years-old and isn't even married, but the American Idol fifth-season runner-up apparently already has her sights set on starting a family.
Criss Angel is known for performing some impressive illusions on A&E Network's Criss Angel Mindfreak reality series -- but, even with his extensive background in magic, he apparently believes it would be foolish for anyone to think he could have kept his estranged wife a "secret."
Jillian Barberie may have thought she "never wanted kids," but the Skating with Celebrities runner-up has had a change of heart, and for good reason.
Clay Aiken apparently learned this weekend that while the skies might be friendly, the same can't be said for everyone flying them.
Jessica Smith admitted her wrongs and will pay the price, but she apparently won't find herself behind bars.
Clay Aiken apparently has more control over his Claymates than one would think.
President George W. Bush recently commuted Scooter Libby's sentence, eliminating the former presidential assistant's time behind bars. Now imprisoned Survivor: Borneo winner Richard Hatch is apparently wondering what happened to his presidential pardon.
Johnny Knoxville, the king of stupid stunts on MTV's Jackass reality series, has formalized his split from his queen.
Former American Idol fourth-season finalist Jessica Sierra is reportedly singing a song of innocence.
Former The Biggest Loser second-season finalists Matt Hoover and Suzy Preston have some big news.
There apparently won't be a storybook ending for Top Chef host Padma Lakshmi and her husband, Nobel Prize-winning author Salman Rushdie.
The illusions magician Criss Angel performed on A&E Network's Criss Angel Mindfreak reality series may have made him a celebrity but they apparently weren't the only tricks he had up his sleeve, causing his estranged wife to reportedly file for divorce on the grounds of mental cruelty and abandonment.