ASK STACY -- 10/03/15 DEAR STACY: I thought the show "Utopia" was very interesting. Is it coming back? — Jason I., Bloomfield, Connecticut DEAR JASON: Nope. The experimental reality series, in which a diverse group of strangers attempted to create a new society …Read more. Scott Bakula's 'NCIS: New Orleans' Riding High After Tough Road Things are very nice indeed for Scott Bakula these days. His "NCIS: New Orleans" earned the distinction of being the most-watched new series of last season. Folks in the Big Easy have taken to the show to the point "It's a love fest. ... It's like …Read more. FOR RELEASE: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2015 AND THEREAFTER DEAR STACY: Chrissy Tiegen is so interesting looking. What is her ethnicity? — Rachelat1 DEAR RACHELAT1: The supermodel-cum-hostess-cum-wife of John Legend is the daughter of a Thai mother and a Caucasian dad of Norwegian ancestry. DEAR STACY: …Read more. Alison Sweeney Talks About Her New Life From the looks of her output, you might get the idea that Alison Sweeney is busier than ever — which is ironic, because the beautiful blond actress departed from "Days of Our Lives" after 21 years and from "The Biggest Loser" hosting chores …Read more.more articles
Ask Stacy -- Week of November 18
DEAR STACY: I just loved "The Artist." I would like to know if we're ever going to see the wonderful Jean Dujardin in an English language movie? — Sadie C., Minneapolis, Minn.
DEAR SADIE: The Oscar-winning actor-director-writer, who has been described as France's answer to George Clooney, is, appropriately enough, going to be working with Clooney come March of next year, on a feature Clooney plans to direct. It's the adaptation of Robert M. Edsel's book, "The Monuments Men: Allied Heroes, Nazi Thieves, and the Greatest Treasure Hunt in History." And if that's not enough to grab your interest, Clooney also has Daniel Craig, Cate Blanchett, Hugh Bonneville and Jardine's "Artist" castmate, John Goodman, lined up for his cast. Dujardin is also expected to be in Martin Scorsese's next Leonardo DiCaprio starrer, "The Wolf of Wall Street." It doesn't have a start date yet, but it does have a crew of exciting names attached, including Jonah Hill, Rob Reiner, Kyle Chandler and Matthew McConaughey.
DEAR STACY: Songwriting greats Burt Bacharach and Hal David provided the soundtrack of much of my life. Can you tell me what Bacharach has been up to, particularly in the wake of David's passing this year? — Shelby R., Clearwater, Fla.
DEAR SHELBY: Bacharach has been having a busy year. Among the highlights: He was on hand this past spring when President Barack Obama awarded him and David — who was too ill to attend — the 2012 Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song at the White House.
DEAR STACY: Can you tell me if Robert Conrad is still alive? — Gary H., Warren, Ohio
DEAR GARY: Oh, yes. His "PM With Robert Conrad" radio talk show claims an audience of more than five million. Radio has given the 77-year-old, once hugely-popular former TV star, another chapter of success in his life and a comeback from harrowing years. He is still suffering after-effects of the devastating 2003 drunk-driving-related automobile accident that left him and the other driver (who was struck head-on when Conrad drifted across the median) permanently injured. The other driver later died, and Conrad settled a wrongful death suit out of court. He and his second wife divorced in 2010.
DEAR STACY: When is my favorite show, "Psych" coming back? — Jay S., La Habra, Calif.
DEAR JAY: February 27.
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