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Posts from: March 2008

Jeff Probst and Julie Berry broke up; Richard Hatch smuggled matches in his ass

Survivor host Jeff Probst and Vanuatu contestant Julie Berry are no longer together. “Sadly, Julie and I are not dating anymore. But it was a good love affair,” Jeff told the Philippine Daily Inquirer. He doesn’t reveal what happened. Three years ago, after their relationship became public, he called her “the love of my life.” …

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Lauren Zalaznick, Tim Gunn each reinvented and resuscitated their respective brands

A pair of profiles examines two of Bravo’s biggest stars, one who’s behind the scenes and one who’s an on-camera star, and show how each was (in oddly similar ways) responsible for bringing success to troubled institutions. The New York Times profiles Bravo president Lauren Zalaznick, while Fast Company profiles Tim Gunn The profiles examine …

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Former Extra anchor Jon Kelley will host The Mole 3, which may debut in late May

The host for ABC’s upcoming summer revival of The Mole 3 will be Jon Kelley. He replaces Anderson Cooper, who hosted the first two regular editions of the show, and Ahmad Rashad, who hosted the two celebrity editions. Kelley is “a former weekend anchor for ‘Extra’” and former “lead anchor for Fox Sports Net’s ‘The …

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Danity Kane’s second album debuts at number one, giving them their second #1 debut

For the second time, Making the Band 3 group Danity Kane has reached the top of the charts on the first week of their album’s release. Welcome to the Dollhouse, which was released March 18, sold 236,000 copies during its first week, about 2,000 more than their self-titled debut (when it also landed at number …

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