The Chord Overstreet saga continues.
A Glee insider has clarified the situation. Apparently Overstreet was not fired -- he was invited to continue on the show as a recurring player (which he was last season). Here's the statement: "His option to be a series regular was just not picked up at this time. If Chord wants to appear on Glee, the choice is his. The Glee writers like his Sam character, and have plans to write for him. He and his reps have been told that he is welcome back to Glee, and everyone hopes he will show up on August 10 when filming begins." Weeell, Overstreet's tweet after the initial decision was announced certainly sounded like he's not planning on showing up. And honestly, I wouldn't hold it against him if he didn't go back, because this whole thing has become so awkward.
Looks like All My Children and One Life to Live are heading to the interwebs! I predict some of us will be teaching our grandmothers how to use Firefox very soon.
Rob Lowe is returning to Californication as Eddie Nero, but with "a new look...freaky as usual." Oh God. I don't know how to deal with Rob Lowe when he's not the most handsome person in the world. It isn't natural.
Producers of Kitchen Nightmare and Celebrity Fit Club are developing a reality show about overweight food-industry workers -- namely chefs -- trying to lose weight. Mario Batali, it is time.
A source tells Us Weekly that Emily Maynard is poised to be the next Bachelorette --"She hasn't officially signed on yet, but it looks like a done deal." Brad Womack is rocking back and forth and crying in a corner somewhere right now.Nicole Richie and designer John Varvatos will serve as celebrity mentors on NBC's new reality competition series Fashion Star -- joining previously announced mentor Jessica Simpson. Can someone please explain to me why Jessica Simpson and Nicole Richie are still considered celebrities? The last time either of them did anything noteworthy (if you can call reality TV noteworthy) was 2003.
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