Get ready for a real-life Leo and Greenlee reunion, All My Children! Tune in for The Better Show on Wednesday when Josh Duhamel reunites with actress-turned-talk show host Rebecca Budig.
Duhamel isn't the only soap favorite to appear on The Better Show this week. Days of Our Lives' Alison Sweeney will appear on Friday's episode. READ MORE
Former All My Children star Josh Duhamel and wife Fergie welcomed their son Axl Jack into the world on Thursday, according to USA Today. The little tyke weighed 7 pounds and 10 ounces. Congrats to the couple!
Former All My Children fan favorite Josh Duhamel is set to drop by The Tonight Show on Tuesday night. While Duhamel's pregnant wifey, Fergie, will likely be a major topic of coversation, the A-lister is also set to dish about his latest flick, Scenic Route, with Jay Leno.
The film deals with two friends, Mitchell (Duhamel) and Carter (Dan Folger), who become stranded in the desert after taking an impromptu road trip. Watch the trailer for the flick after the jump! READ MORE
Pop singer Fergie is making some big changes. According to TMZ, the Black Eyed Peas singer, born Stacy Anne Ferguson, is changing both her first and last name. Reportedly, Fergie has filed papers to officially change her first name to Fergie and take the surname of hubby Josh Duhamel (ex-Leo, All My Children).
The reason for wanting to change her last name is obvious ... but in the docs, filed in L.A. County Superior Court, Ferg's lawyer says she wants to swap Stacy for Fergie in order to "conform to the first name which she is commonly and professionally known as, and has been for many years." READ MORE
Even the best of friendships can be tested, and from the looks of it, Scenic Route won’t be Oprah and Gayle’s Road Trip. In the movie, All My Children grad Josh Duhamel plays Mitchell, who takes a road trip with his old friend Carter (Dan Fogler). Let’s just say it was a transformative experience for the pals. Watch the trailer for Scenic Route after the jump! READ MORE
Josh Duhamel's better half, pop star Fergie, is being honored by Logo with the Always Next, Forever Now Award.
"Fergie embodies what the Always Next, Forever Now Award is all about in everything that she does," Logo exec vp and GM Lisa Sherman said. "She continuously pushes boundaries, stunning us with her creative vision and ability to make a tremendous impact on pop culture."
Fergie will receive the award, for her efforts to raise money to fight HIV/AIDS and work with amFAR and MAC AIDS Fund, on April 13 at Logo's NewNowNext Awards. READ MORE