The fourth season of Botched airs tonight on E! (9 pm et/pt), and during my interview with Drs. Terry Dubrow and Paul Nassif, I asked them what they have learned from each other. Dubrow gave a candid answer about their respective fame, and even recalled his experiences on the The Swan. Check out the video below!
Though some may view the term WAGS (wives and girlfriends of sports stars) as a pejorative, Barbie Blank, Sasha Gates and series newcomer Tia Shipman provide context to the term. If you’re married, you’re going to be someone’s spouse anyway, and what truly counts is how hard you work for your family and career.
The Bella Twins have, as the oft used cliche goes, taken the WWE world by storm, and their respective journeys are chronicled on the E! series Total Divas. The program returns January 19, and during a recent interview I asked them if they believe women, in many aspects, are stronger than men.
The new E! series WAGS (short for Wives and Girlfriends of Sports Stars) gives viewers an inside look at this exclusive group of close friends and possible rivals. Although the show will have its share of outrageous moments and humor, WAGS member Natalie Halcro candidly elaborated on the hierarchal environment which surrounds this environment.
William Moseley may play Prince Liam on The Royals, but living amidst opulence and the glitterati really isn’t his speed. While promoting the E! series with co-star Merritt Patterson, Moseley explains why his hometown of Sheepscombe is really more his speed.
A second season of Botched has begun, as doctors Terry Dubrow and Paul Nassif utilize their skills to help patients who are in dire need of surgery. During a recent interview to talk about the show, Dubrow explains why when it comes to plastic surgeons, he and Nassif leave judgment out of the picture.
Elizabeth Hurley stars as Queen Helena, the ruler of the roost in The Royals, a scripted E! series which premieres tonight (10 pm pt/et). Relative newbie Alexandra Park plays Helena’s rebellious and fun-loving daughter Eleanor.
Elizabeth Hurley, last seen on TV as a manipulative editor-in-chief on Gossip Girl, traverses a more stately and dignified path with E!’s new series The Royals. But royalty does have its price, as Queen Helena’s (Hurley) grip on her children (which includes Alexandra Park as Princess Eleanor and William Moseley as Prince Liam) is tenuous at best.
While promoting “The Royals,” Elizabeth Hurley talked about her own challenges of being a celebrity.
“Now I have a son, and that’s when things really changed for me. . . I could accept that people could well be standing outside my house, photographing me getting into my car to drive to the supermarket (but) I find it very unacceptable when they follow kids all the time. It’s very difficult to ever really come to terms with that.
To hear Elizabeth Hurley’s full answer on the challenges of having a “lack of privacy,” click on the video below:
Hurley is also helping co-star Alexandra Park navigate her way through the entertainment industry, and Park is rightfully thankful for Hurley’s guidance throughout their newfound friendship:
Check out The Royals on E! starting March 15, 2015.