Only three months after the arrival of their son, Future Zahir, he shared:
And the response to his album, Honest, didn't help his situation either.
Producer Mike Will Made-It even chimed in:
[Image via Theo Wenner/Rolling Stone Magazine.]
The television series wrapped, but drama keeps flowing down Wysteria Lane!!
Nicolette Sheridan’s attorneys brought new documents to court today in the hopes of bolstering her wrongful termination retrial. Her first lawsuit against Touchstone, as you remember, ended in a hung jury.
This evidence apparently proves Sheridan was fired from Desperate Housewives because she whined to the network about show-runner Marc Cherry striking her in the head.
What the??? This sounds like a deleted scene from the show!!
Her attorney’s brief stated:
Still sexy after all these years!!
He asked about competition between Desperate Housewives cast members, killing off Nicolette Sheridan, and even the cheap parting gifts they handed out.
With the two-hour series finale only a few days away, we can finally get some truth about all this unpleasantness, right??
Check out Eva's
legs candid response in the clip (above)!
[Image via CBS.]
The women of Wysteria Lane should be embarrassed!!
We already told you each of the Desperate Housewives whose names don’t rhyme with Harry Snatcher pooled their money to buy their crew of eight years some parting gifts.
So how did those luggage sets go over?
Uh, not well. The crew was HARDLY impressed.
A source close to cast revealed:
Everyone deserves a second chance…to prove that they were illegally fired from their job.
After the last court room dramz between Nicollette Sheridan and ABC's Desperate Housewives ended in a mistrial, a judge has OK'd a rematch.
Judge Elizabeth Allen White rejected
As Desperate Housewives comes to a close, the ladies of Wiseria Lane’s lips are slowly loosening…
Eva Longoria recently reminisced about DH’s first weeks, saying:
"I remember sitting in the trailer and [Marcia Cross] saying, 'You know, your life's about to change. Our lives are about to change.' "
On her feelings about the whole Mark Cherry - Nicollette Sheridan lawsuit: