Reality TV People News - August 2005
With Diddy at the helm, it was no surprise the 2005 MTV Video Music Awards was hip-hop heavy, but rockers Green Day ruled the night taking home seven awards.
A contestant on "The Apprentice: Martha Stewart" had a relationship with the son of one of the NBC TV show's judges, the New York Post reports.
The former queen of pop music, Whitney Houston, is better known these days for bathroom humor, sex talk and her phrase "Hell to the no."
The popular syndicated TV show, "Divorce Court" will have several new looks entering into its seventh season this fall.
"Survivor" winner Tom Westman Wednesday was named spokesman for Caribbean Joe clothing and products.
Reality TV star and mafia don daughter Victoria Gotti is backing off her claim that she secretly underwent treatment for breast cancer.
For North Carolina native Clay Aiken, there's no place like home and California just isn't it.
"American Idol" runner-up Bo Bice underwent emergency surgery in Las Vegas for a reported "kink in his intestines."
Victoria Gotti of New York says she was diagnosed with breast cancer last fall, but she kept it secret from almost everyone including her sons.
The three young stars of TV's reality show "Growing Up Gotti" are opening two restaurants and a tanning salon, the New York Post reported Sunday.
The OzzFest heavy metal tour has scrapped its final show and what would have been Ozzy Osbourne's final performance as a headlining act.
"American Idol" dropout Mario Vazquez is reportedly recording an album with legendary producer Clive Davis for his J Records label.
Music and TV mogul Dick Clark will eventually pass his "Rockin' Eve" mantle to Ryan Seacrest, but don't count out the legendary host just yet.
Nicole Richie's film debut "Kids In America" is coming out earlier than planned to avoid competing with Paris Hilton's movie, "Pledge This!"
Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee says he went mostly for laughs in his new reality TV series, "Tommy Lee Goes to College."
Pop singer Jessica Simpson says she wants to work again with her husband Nick Lachey, but not on another reality show like "The Newlyweds."
Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee says "misconception" is his worst enemy.
Rock 'n' roll icon Ozzy Osbourne Friday announced he is retiring as the headliner of the annual heavy metal festival that bears his name.
An outside investigation has cleared "American Idol" judge Paula Abdul of charges levied by former contestant Corey Clark, the Fox Network announced Friday.
Ashlee Simpson says she's ready to return to "Saturday Night Live" and redeem her embarrassing lip-syncing exposure last year.
The parents of U.S. hotel heiress Paris Hilton and Greek shipping heir Paris Latsis have decidedly different opinions on the impending nuptials.
Two of the youths featured on ABC's "Brat Camp" reality series are facing criminal charges for separate incidents.
"American Idol" judge Paula Abdul will not appear on Fox TV's new talent reality show, "So You Think You Can Dance" after all.
Actor John O'Hurley's impressive stint on ABC TV's "Dancing with the Stars" has sparked a new career life for the former "Seinfeld" co-star.
U.S. pop singer Jessica Simpson says playing Daisy Duke in the new movie "The Dukes of Hazzard" was the best first acting role she could have chosen.
OzzFest has been rolling for a week sans its namesake and headlining band, Black Sabbath, but now a date has been delayed until Ozzy Osbourne gets healthy.
Jada Chabot, 15, one of nine misfits on the new ABC-TV "Brat Camp'' show, is facing charges after slamming a speedboat into a Massachusetts family.
Celebrity entrepreneur Martha Stewart has had her home confinement sentence for lying to federal investigators extended by three weeks.
Hotel heiress and reality TV star Paris Hilton is the American Princess of the 21st Century, a poll by WE: Women's Entertainment network concluded.
Heavy metal idols Black Sabbath were idle for a second concert along the OzzFest tour due to frontman Ozzy Osbourne's mystery illness.
"American Idol" rocker Bo Bice wore sneakers instead of his usual cowboy boots on stage in Manchester, N.H., and ended breaking his foot mid-song.