Reality TV People News - October 2005
John Heffron, the winner of NBC's "Last Comic Standing 2" reality series, has signed a six-figure development deal with ABC and Touchstone.
Just when it appeared that Survivor host Jeff Probst had publicly quelled an Inside TV report that he planned to leave the long-running reality show after his current contract ends, the gossip mill has began churning again, with TV Guide (Inside TV's sister publication) now quoting Survivor producer Mark Burnett as saying he expects next spring's twelfth Survivor edition to be Probst's last.
Newlywed actress Sandra Bullock says everyone "seems to think" she's pregnant but "it's called weight gain."
Teen People has crowned hotel heiress and reality television star Paris Hilton the queen of the celebrity egos.
Ashlee Simpson has notched her second No. 1 album with "I Am Me" debuting atop the Billboard 200 chart this week.
Socialite and reality TV star Paris Hilton is being sued for $10 million by her former fiance's ex-girlfriend.
Real estate mogul and "Apprentice" reality TV star Donald Trump says he was bored by Marla Maples by the time they finally married.
Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay says young British women "can't cook to save their lives."
Nicole Richie says it's unlikely she will kiss and make up with former reality TV co-star and ex-best friend Paris Hilton in the near future.
"American Idol" host and Los Angeles DJ Ryan Seacrest is booking his own guests while he subs on CNN's "Larry King Live," the New York Post reports.
U.S. socialite and reality TV star Paris Hilton says she did not have sex with actor Tom Sizemore.
A High Point, N.C., couple claim "American Idol" winner Fantasia Barrino trashed their town "to sell records."
Britain's first lady of heavy metal, Sharon Osbourne, has assembled an all-star cast to record a charity single of Eric Clapton's "Tears in Heaven."
Former Survivor: Palau contestant Jennifer Lyon has announced that she has breast cancer, going public with her battle with the disease in a first person account published in People magazine.
Ashlee Simpson does not shy away from her past lip-synching controversies on her new album, "I Am Me."
Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee was slightly injured when a pyrotechnic stunt misfired during a Casper, Wyo., concert.
Pennsylvania's Raj Bhakta says getting fired by Donald Trump on NBC's "The Apprentice" last season had no effect on his political aspirations.
A Web site stopped taking bets on the future of former "Newlyweds" Nick Lachey and Jessica Simpson after suspicious wagers predicted the couple's demise.
Is Survivor host Jeff Probst planning to vote himself off the island?
Canada Thursday reversed its decision to bar convicted felon Martha Stewart from attending a Pumpkin Regatta in Windsor, Nova Scotia.
Canada's immigration laws have put the kibosh on convicted felon Martha Stewart's plans to attend a pumpkin festival in Windsor, Nova Scotia.
"American Idol" runner-up Bo Bice has an all-star lineup helping with his debut album.
TV's "Queer Eye For the Straight Guy" culture guru Jai Rodriguez is getting ready to join the Broadway production of "The Producers."
A representative for Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey says US Weekly's cover story saying the famous couple is kaput is "simply not true."
Martha Stewart is further expanding her media empire by moving into the music industry.
With reality TV cameras rolling, Ashlee Simpson celebrated her 21st birthday at midnight Monday by jumping on stage with the Pussy Cat Dolls in Las Vegas.
"American Idol" winner Carrie Underwood's first album will be called "Some Hearts" and the first single will be "Jesus Take the Wheel."
"Dancing with the Stars" champion John O'Hurley is dancing his way into his Broadway debut as Billy Flynn in the Tony Award-winning musical "Chicago."
"American Idol" winner Fantasia Barrino reveals in her book "Life Is Not a Fairy Tale" she is just learning to read and write.
Hotel heiress Paris Hilton has released a statement to US Weekly announcing her engagement to Greek shipping heir Paris Latsis is over.