Jennifer Aniston: Back to TV on 30 Rock

She was one of the longest-reigning queens of prime time television, playing the role of Rachel Green on “Friends.” And it sounds like Jennifer Aniston is returning to the small screen this fall season.

According to her rep, Steven Huvane, the “Rumor Has It” actress will be guest starring on NBC’s hit comedy “30 Rock.” He told press, “She is shooting now. We are not giving out any specifics on her character. Read the rest of this entry »

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Jessica Simpson: Tony Romo Is ‘The Love of My Life’

Happier personally and professionally than she’s been in a long time, Jessica Simpson tells people that boyfriend Tony Romo is her “perfect guy.”

“I just told him today, ‘You’re the love of my life,’ ” she confesses in the latest cover story. “I don’t really ever say that to anybody.”

Simpson, 28 (as is Dallas Cowboys quarterback Romo), also co-wrote a song for her man, “You’re My Sunday” and, in a true modern-day sign of devotion, changed her cell phone number and e-mail address to cut off any potential communication from her exes. Read the rest of this entry »

Samantha Slams Lindsay’s Dad

Samantha Ronson has trashed reports that she’s planning to write a tell-all about Lindsay Lohan. And she’s lashing out at the actress’s dad, Michael, for his recent comments on their relationship. Read the rest of this entry »

‘DISASTER’ AREA

What bad news? Vanessa Minnillo keeps a positive outlook during an appearance Monday on NBC’s Today Show in New York City, where she promoted her spoof comedy Disaster Movie.

BEACH BEAUTY

A bikini-clad Ali Larter soaks up the sun and shows off her toned torso while walking a Malibu beach Sunday with fiancé Hayes MacArthur (not pictured).

Daddy’s Little Girl

After a date night with Katie Holmes over the weekend, Tom Cruise and 2-year-old daughter Suri head to a heliport in New York City on Monday.

Michelle Obama: Politics Hasn’t Changed My Husband

Michelle Obama gave the kind of intimate, emotional endorsement only a wife could give in her headlining speech kicking off the Democratic National Convention on Monday night.

She recalled her husband, Barack Obama, as a nervous new dad, before the hype and hoopla of his life on the national stage, and said he has not been changed by politics. “He’s the same man who drove me and our new baby daughter home from the hospital 10 years ago this summer,” said Michelle, “inching along at a snail’s pace, peering anxiously at us in the rearview mirror, feeling the whole weight of her future in his hands … [He was] determined to give her what he never had, the affirming embrace of a father’s love.” Read the rest of this entry »