Is Julianne Moore returning to her soap roots? We hear the Oscar-nominated star is in chats to reprise her roles as identical half sisters Frannie and Sabrina Hughes.
Moore got her start on ATWT in 1985. Her portrayal as The Hughes Sisters earned her a Daytime Emmy in 1988, her final season with the departing soap. In addition to Moore, the sudster has also launched the careers of stars such as Dana Delany, Meg Ryan, Marisa Tomei, James Earl Jones, and Parker Posey. The long-running daytime drama will end its 54 year run on CBS in September.
As Season 3 of Dr. Drew’s Celebrity Rehab draws to a close, reality fans are gearing up for a second season of Sober House on VH1. Sober House with Dr. Drew chronicles the transitional period when a patient escapes the safety of rehab and their move back into society. The cast of Season 2 of Sober House combines patients from both Celebrity Rehab 3 as well as Sex Rehab with Dr. Drew and includes Tom Sizemore, Heidi Fleiss, Dennis Rodman, Jennifer Ketcham, Seth “Shifty” Binzer, Kendra Jade Rossi, Mike Starr, and former beauty queen Kari Ann Peniche.
People just can’t seem to get over the craptacular remake of the charity classic “We Are The World.” Organized to generate funds for Haitian earthquake relief, the tune has instead become the laughing stock of the recording industry. Check out Jennifer Lopez — who was a co-host and musical guest on this weekend’s Saturday Night Live — performing a “We Are The World 3″ spoof in character as pop star Rihanna.
New details are emerging in the death of former Growing Pains actor Andrew Koenig. Koenig committed suicide by hanging himself from a tree in Vancouver’s Stanley Park, about a mile from downtown, a source “close to the investigation” told E! News this weekend.
The Bachelor stars Jason Mesnick and Molly Malaney got married at the Terranea Resort in Los Angeles on Saturday afternoon — and neither rain nor tsunami could keep the couple apart on their wedding day. The Bachelor couple tied the knot mid scattered showers and a tsunami warning.