With Two Series Going and More, JoBeth Williams Can't Imagine Retiring At a time in life when many consider slowing down, JoBeth Williams has never been busier. She's currently balancing roles on two series, has work on a third and has two movies in the can. Not so long ago, she found herself going from one series set …Read more. Rebecca Romijn Happy to be 'The Brawn' in New 'Librarians' Series Rebecca Romijn is looking pretty fierce, kicking butt and saving treasures in TNT's "Librarians" series that launches Dec. 7 — a feat all the more remarkable considering the kind of schedule she was keeping through much of the production in …Read more. Ask Stacy -- Week of 11/15/14 DEAR STACY: How about an update on cutie pie John Corbett? Is he still with Bo Derek? — Sarah L., Canton, Ohio DEAR SARAH: Yes, John and Bo continue the togetherness they began in 2002. Expect to see him on the big screen next year in the …Read more. Stars Who Went From Not to Hot Though we're used to seeing them in all their red carpet ready perfection, many are the stars who did not start off that way. Whether they had extra pounds, frizzy hair or frumpy clothes, life was less fabulous before the makeup artists, personal …Read more.more articles
Ask Stacy -- Week of 11/22/14
DEAR STACY: I love Michael Buble's voice. I know he is married to a beautiful South American model. Can you tell a little more about her and when they got together, etc.? -Leah G., Orem, Utah
DEAR LEAH: Buble wed gorgeous blond 27-year-old Argentinian model Luisana Lopilato in 2011 and they welcomed son Noah last year. They reportedly met at a party thrown by his record company after a show in Buenos Aires — and it was love at first sight. The Canadian crooner, 39, has been candid about marriage, admitting that "I think marriage is hard. I think that love is hard. I think you've always got to try," as he told a reporter for Britain's ITV "Daybreak" program. He also said he missed being a hands-on dad while on tour, but at least he could keep track of little Noah via Skype and Facetime. The Bubles looked pretty happy in recent photos snapped of them while shopping in Vancouver. You can see him in his fourth NBC Christmas special Dec. 17. It was recorded at Radio City Music Hall with Ariana Grande as his guest.
DEAR STACY: John O'Hurley always announces the National Dog Show. Has he ever been involved in showing dogs himself? He seems very comfortable in that environment. — Lou S., Huntington, West Virginia
DEAR LOU: No, but the performer is an unabashed fan of canines.
DEAR STACY: I heard that Ronald Reagan had a Las Vegas act at one time. I am curious if there is any truth to that, and if so, what did it contain? — Drew H. Long Beach, California
DEAR DREW: Evidently inspired by a bad career slump, in 1954 the late former president came to Las Vegas with a chimpanzee act — a spinoff of his movie, "Bedtime for Bonzo." He hammed it up with the chimps, told stories and danced with a group called The Continentals. Though the show bombed, Reagan enjoyed visiting Vegas, and was reportedly pals with all the original Rat Pack.
DEAR STACY: What was the cause of death of actor Richard Biggs of "Babylon 5" and "Strong Medicine"? — Sandra D., Springfield, Illinois
DEAR SANDRA: Biggs died of a massive stroke in 2004 at age 44. His passing came as a terrible shock to loved ones and co-workers. As "Babylon 5" show creator J. Michael Straczynski wrote to fans on the Internet, "What seems to have happened, happened quickly. He woke up, got out of bed ... and went down."
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