Reality TV People News - December 2005
New York Republicans have spawned speculation that Donald Trump could be making a bid to replace outgoing Gov. George Pataki.
Tipping the scales at more than 200 pounds, Chastity Bono is the physical opposite of her svelte superstar mom, Cher.
Oxygen has ordered 10 episodes of "The Janice Dickinson Project," a reality show starring the former supermodel.
Former Poison frontman Bret Michaels says he will break from his "Freedom of Sound" tour in early 2006 for a TV campaign for juvenile diabetes.
Jessica Simpson has moved into her own $3 million Beverly Hills, Calif., home less than three weeks after filing for divorce from Nick Lachey.
"American Idol" winner and country music superstar Carrie Underwood has been named Oklahoma magazine's "Oklahoman of the Year."
The outcome of "The Apprentice: Martha Stewart" was changed at the last minute because the winner was revealed, the New York Post reported Friday.
"Survivor" winner Richard Hatch has lost his bid for a delay of his Providence, R.I., trial on charges of federal tax evasion.
Attorneys for pop star/actress Jessica Simpson have asked the Los Angeles judge in her divorce from Nick Lachey to step down.
The E! Entertainment Network is reportedly in talks to sign "American Idol" host Ryan Seacrest to a multiyear contract.
Eminem's "Curtain Call" held onto its top spot on The Billboard 200 albums chart while newcomer Bo Bice debuted at No. 4.
British heavy metal matriarch Sharon Osbourne says she went overboard with her recent breast enlargement so she's having them reduced again.
Ashlee Simpson was back in the United States with her family Monday after collapsing from exhaustion in Japan at the end of last week.
It reportedly took hotel heiress Paris Hilton only two hours to drop a cool $100,000 in Beverly Hills, Calif.
Britney Spears filed a $10 million lawsuit against US Weekly in Los Angeles Monday for a story claiming she made a sex tape with her husband, Kevin Federline.
American Idol 4 runner-up Bo Bice was hospitalized Sunday with what appear to be complications from his August emergency intestinal surgery, forcing him to cancel his performance at Monday night's 2005 Radio Music Awards.
Singer/actress Jessica Simpson Friday filed for divorce from her husband, singer Nick Lachey, in Los Angeles Superior Court.
The animal activist group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals has named socialite Paris Hilton its worst dressed celebrity of 2005.
Singer Ashlee Simpson was in an undisclosed Tokyo hospital Friday after collapsing following a performance on MTV Japan.
Pop singer and new mom Britney Spears chalked up her third title as the No. 1-most-searched term on the Internet in 2005.
"American Idol" winner Fantasia Barrino served a day as a juror in Mecklenburg County (N.C) Superior Court but was let go when the trial dragged on.
Former "Dallas" star Victoria Principal is in line to be the first female on British mogul Richard Branson's planned commercial space flight service.
Two of NBC TV's "Biggest Losers" are apparently winners in love: Matt Hoover and Suzy Preston have revealed they are a couple.
The Web search engine and portal Lycos Inc. Monday said its No. 1 "search term" for 2005 was Paris Hilton.
NBC Universal Television Distribution has ordered a second season of Martha Stewart's talk show "Martha," it was reported Monday.
"American Idol" runner-up Bo Bice had plenty of help making his first album.
Cranston, R.I., police say there's nothing illegal about a resident's Christmas display -- 38,000 lights illuminating giant cutouts of Paris Hilton.
British singer Joss Stone was chosen 2005 World's Best Dog Owner while hotel heiress Paris Hilton was named the worst by readers of a dog magazine.
"Survivor" ringmaster Jeff Probst has ended months of speculation by signing a new two-year deal with the hit CBS show.
Nicole Richie and her fiance, Adam "D.J. AM" Goldstein, have ended their relationship.
Young parents Britney Spears and Kevin Federline recently had a blow-out fight, but reports of a divorce were apparently premature.
Singer Ashlee Simpson reveals in Cosmopolitan magazine she spent six months of "not eating too much at all" until her family intervened.
"American Idol" finalist Julia DeMato says her weekend drug bust was a "misunderstanding" that "will be taken care of in court."
Trimspa is being sued by organizers of Live 8, who claim spokeswoman Anna Nicole Smith acted "erratic" during the Philadelphia charity concert.
Paris Hilton has ended her brief fling with her exotic pet kinkajou and is again toting around her tiny Chihuahua, Tinkerbell.
"The Simple Life" star Nicole Richie has signed a deal that could land her in a TV sitcom.