Reality TV People News - July 2005
Clay Aiken, currently on a 25-city U.S. tour, will appear on the ABC's "All My Children" playing himself being interviewed by Erica Kane.
The next time you see "American Idol" finalist Constantine Maroulis on TV, he may be playing a musician on his own family drama series.
Fox TV has an outside investigator looking into charges levied by a former "American Idol" contestant against judge Paula Abdul.
It looks like "Rock Star: INXS" emcee Brooke Burke will soon be able to resume her "Wild On ..." ways.
Bravo's "Blow Out" star Jonathan Antin and his longtime girlfriend, Sescie, are expecting their first child.
Troops stationed at Fort Hood, Texas, will be visited by Johnny Knoxville, Sean William Scott and Jessica Simpson, stars of the movie "The Dukes of Hazzard."
Multi-platinum recording artist Clay Aiken is set to begin his 25-city Jukebox Summer Tour 2005 in Tom's River, N.J.
Professional wrestler Hulk Hogan told Sunday's New York Post he's doing a reality show for VH1 to help his daughter be a star.
A dozen women fired by Donald Trump on "The Apprentice" will appear as pinup girls in a calendar to benefit the charity Dress for Success.
New Jersey police say a woman posed as an assistant to singer/actress Jessica Simpson and scammed a slew of expensive swag she planned on selling on eBay.
A U.S. soldier injured in Iraq says he was surprised when rock star Ozzy Osbourne turned up at his bedside in Washington's Walter Reed Hospital.
The musical parents featured in Fox TV's reality show "Princes of Malibu" are getting a divorce.
A member of CBS' "Big Brother" house has been exposed as a convicted shoplifter and drunken driver, E! Online reported Thursday.
"American Idol" winner Carrie Underwood has a sweet new job -- singing advertising jingles for Hershey's candy.
Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee denies reports he's getting ready to remarry his ex-wife and mother of his children, actress Pamela Anderson.
A New York Post report about a fight between Paris Hilton and Zeta Graff, her , has spawned a $10 million lawsuit against "The Simple Life" star.
People who want to dress like "American Idol" host Ryan Seacrest only have to look to his new clothing line.
MSNBC reports former reality TV star Anna Nicole Smith recently stunned Myrtle Beach, S.C., residents with her wild and wacky antics.
Hollywood actress Sandra Bullock is now Mrs. Jesse James.
"Survivor" winner Tom Westman is ready to take on another challenge -- daytime drama.
One of the women featured in ABC's documentary "Hooking Up" claims she was booted from the Army for appearing in the program.
The whirlwind life of "American Idol" winner Carrie Underwood is being captured on film for a special on country music cable channel CMT.
"Newlyweds" Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey looked married as ever canoodling at ESPN's ESPY awards in Los Angeles this week, it was reported Friday.
Former "The Apprentice" contestant Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth told People magazine Thursday that she has left her husband of five years.
Hulk Hogan's rooster can crow a little easier these days now that the dispute with Belleair, Fla., officials may be over.
ABC TV's "Dancing with the Stars" runner-up John O'Hurley says the hit TV show has helped his image.
"American Idol" winner Carrie Underwood is following in the footsteps of Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera as the new face of Skechers shoes.
"General Hospital" actress Kelly Monaco is learning five days a week on a daytime drama don't compare to an hour in the spotlight of prime-time TV.
Severe weather conditions forecast because of approaching Hurricane Dennis forced singer Kelly Clarkson to postpone tour dates in Louisiana and Florida.
Television personality Nancy O'Dell has married a business executive she met while waiting in line at a Los Angeles-area airport.
Charges have been dropped against Corey Clark, a former "American Idol" contestant arrested last month after police were called to his Sacramento hotel.
Mariah Carey's "We Belong Together" retained its No. 1 ranking on Billboard's Hot 100 for a second week in a row.
For the second time in as many years, former The Apprentice contestant Ereka Vetrini has heard the famous Donald Trump phrase that no person (assuming they're not on CBS's horrible Fire Me... Please series) wants to hear -- "you're fired."
Domestic diva Martha Stewart says she hates her electronic ankle bracelet and adds jokingly she learned how to dismantle it from the Internet.
Celebrity Paris Hilton says she wants to get married in London, as close to a royal wedding as possible, preferably in the place Prince Charles tied the knot.
Verifying rumors that began surfacing earlier this week, American Idol 4 runner-up Bo Bice confirmed yesterday that he and Caroline Fisher, his girlfriend of nearly two years, were married in a June 15 wedding ceremony in Helena, Alabama.