Calls Goldberg ‘stupid’
Dickinson responds to Golberg’s statement on Entertainment Tonight:
What is wrong with you, Whoopi Goldberg? What more does it take? How dare you sit there on The View? You need to be fired, you stupid woman. That is ridiculous.
Selena Gomez interview
Entertainment Tonight interviews Gomez about the success of her single The Heart Wants What It Wants.
People everywhere feel this feeling. They should understand when anybody goes through that. [People] just can’t help what they want and [who] they love.
Mama June reveals that two of her daughter’s, Lauryn and Jessica share the same father, Michael Anthony Ford. Ford is also a sex offender that is currently serving time on sexual exploitation of minors.
I had sex at 12 years old, I had no idea what it was and it kind of escalated from there. I was dating men who were in their 20’s and 30’s and my mom knew about it.
Mama June reveals that her youngest daughter, Alana Thompson is not in any danger, speaks about her oldest daughter Anna Cardwell’s court documents and why she reunited with child molester, McDaniel.
After everything everybody has told me, I do believe that something happened.
Mama June discloses the details of her relationship with child molester, McDaniel and explains why she let him around her family.
I have nothing to hide, I have nothing to lose, I just want to tell my side of the story. It is not like I am seeing him everyday.
John Luke Robertson interview
Entertainment Tonight interviews Robertson about his engagement to 19 year old fiance Mary Kate McEacharn and how their marriage will last.
Our relationship is focused on God. The divorce rate is 50% for everyone. But, for Christians who are active in their faith, it is 35% less than that.
Alyssa Milano interview
Milano talks with Entertainment Tonight about hiding her pregnancy on Mistresses.
Hiding the pregnancy is kind of always like a Saturday Night Live skit.
E.T. goes on the set of Golden Boy, James discusses his role as homicide detective, Walter Clark. Cast members, Alejandro, Sommerville and McBride describe their roles on the show. James:
My character is a smart guy and aggressive of his decent up the ladder in the police force.
Martin Cohen interview
Cohen talks to Entertainment Tonight about how the show changed television, based on how things were changing in society in 1984, with more women going out into the workforce.
The idea in those days of role reversal was happening. I mean women were going out into the workforce, men were staying home with the kids.
Entertainment Tonight interview
Alyssa Milano talks to Entertainment Tonight, about her choice to try and do more grown-up things and break out of the squeaky clean mold.
I had never done a picture in a two-piece bathing suit