Julie Stoffer Two years after her fifth and final appearance (on 2006's The Gauntlet 2), the once-sheltered Mormon girl from Provo, Utah and ophthalmologist husband Spencer Rogers, decided to try for a family and, as she shares on her personal website, Planet Julie, "my illustrious TV career came to a bitter sweet but welcome end."Evelyn, 10, Westley, 8, and Forrest, 3, managing their various homes and, as she puts it, "a smattering of hobbies." … [Read more...] about Where Are Your Favorite Competitors From
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For four months, they met every day at Primera Taza, a Boyle Heights coffee shop that has since lost its lease and moved to the Arts District. There, owner Chuy Tovar served them café de olla every morning as they “trauma bonded” over their personal histories. “As we talked about our families and our issues, it would help us with the characters,” Lemus said. Quickly, they became like siblings; he hung on every word she spoke about her tight-knit family, and she fed off his upbeat confidence and vulnerability. They designed each of the seven episodes around a main character, though several of them overlapped, and one, a bartender, served as the through line. The only rules were it had to be funny and there would be “no guns, no cartels, and no drugs.” … [Read more...] about They Felt Like Hollywood Outsiders. Then They Got a Netflix Show.
Off-camera, she revived old rumors when onlookers claimed to have spied her and Neild holding hands at a 2014 Demi Lovato concert. Other reports linked her to millionaire businessman Jeff Prescott, a romance Kate never confirmed. When their split was revealed in 2015, she tweeted, "There was no breakup recently/at all. Gotta b in a relationship in order 2 'break up'!" … [Read more...] about Cheating, Fights and Custody Battles: How Fame Changed Everything For Jon Gosselin and Kate Gosselin
And with that, The Grinder gets to have its cake and eat it too, using the very trope it mocked in the beginning of the episode to give Dean his way out. By accepting his defeat, then immediately moving to reopen the case, he asserts that his loss made him more of a real lawyer than Timothy Olyphant. The “judge” rules in his favor, officially making Dean Sanderson the most real fake lawyer on The Grinder. … [Read more...] about Recap: … What Did You Just Say?
What was it like working with Shia LaBeouf for Sia’s “Elastic Heart” music video?I love Shia. He’s such a dedicated artist, very passionate, super kind. He’s eager to do the best job that he can do. I can throw anything at him and he’ll try it, and he’ll give me his opinion, which I always love. He’s absolutely delightful. … [Read more...] about How Sia’s Videos and Performances Got Choreographed