Reel life has spilled over into real life for Passions alums Natalie Zea and Travis Schuldt. People is reporting the longtime loves are getting married!
Zea and Schuldt have been together for 10 years. The couple is finally taking the plunge, after Schuldt popped the question in Hawaii. Zea joked:
He wanted to make sure he gave the car a thorough test drive before he bought it. READ MORE
Paula Deen is finally heading to The Today Show to have a one-on-one with Matt Lauer. Last week, Deen left Lauer hanging, after excerpts from her deposition in a discrimination lawsuit filed by a former employee were released. Deen admitted in the proceedings to having used the N-word.
The NBC morning chatfest originally had Deen scheduled as a guest on June 21. However, the show was left in a lurch after the former Food Network star’s PR team claimed she could not appear due to “exhaustion.” Lauer stated to viewers on air Monday,
She has told us she will be here this time. READ MORE
CBS President and Chief Executive Officer Les Moonves was not a fan of the 40th Annual Daytime Emmy awards telecast. TMZ caught up with the Tiffany network’s top dog who didn’t mince words on how he felt about HLN’s second year in a row airing the award ceremony. Mooves stated:
You know what ... it wasn't a very well produced show and you can put that on the air.
Watch the exchange after the jump! READ MORE
Steve Harvey has made NBCUniversal Domestic TV Distribution a happy group. The comedian's self-titled talk show has been renewed through 2016.
The breakout chatfest has been picked up in over 65 percent of the country. The Steve Harvey Show, which is produced by Endemol, is one of the few freshman talk shows to prove a solid hit.
In a released statement, NBC Broadcasting Chairman Ted Harbert said:
Steve is one of the best entertainers in the country and his first season has been a tremendous success because of the personal connection he makes with the daytime audience. It's so great to see Steve’s very funny and substantive show being rewarded with long-term commitments from our station partners. READ MORE