If this is true, it is absolutely crazy!
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Ryan Murphy is one of the biggest titans in television right now, and can pretty much get any show made exactly how he envisions it.
But that definitely wasn't the case over a decade ago, when the producer sold his first TV series to The WB (pre CW) and had an extremely "miserable experience"!
Before the days of Glee and American Horror Story, Murphy had pitched his high school dramedy series Popular — about an awkward high school girl forced to live with a popular cheerleader after their parents get engaged — to different networks and "ended up going with The WB."
Though the series became a cult hit after only two seasons from 1999 to 2001, the writer blames constant battles he had with network executives on the show's cancellation.
Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, the 50-year-old said he wasn't a fan of working with the "relentlessly homophobic" executives who suggested he make his characters "less gay," confessing:
Despite dishing just how painful it is, this new momma is making breastfeeding look like a breeze!!
The former reality TV starlet was showing off her multi-tasking skills as she posed for a pic (above) while nursing her three-month-old daughter while on-the-go.
She posted the impressive snap to Instagram on Monday for all 1.3 million followers to see, and it's safe to say she certainly got our attention!
So, think U know who this brunette beauty is?? Well, it's…
In a new interview with Good Morning America on Monday, John Travolta recalled the tragic death of his 16-year-old son Jett back in 2009.
If you don't remember, the Life And Death Of John Gotti actor and wife Kelly Preston's eldest child, who was autistic and suffered from seizures, passed away after having a seizure and hitting his head on a bathtub while on vacation as a family in the Bahamas.
While promoting the upcoming flick about the infamous mob boss, John revealed how the birth of son Benjamin Hunter a year after Jett's passing helped bring them, along with now 16-year-old daughter Ella Bleu, back together:
"We certainly have bonded together. Certainly having little Ben has been a beautiful kind of glue for us to rebond after a tremendous loss."
Travolta has previously spoken out on Jett's death, confessing "[that was] the worst thing that's ever happened in my life."
It sounds like the famous family can always count on each other for support. Catch the clip from the 62-year-old's interview (below):
A man so nice, they cast him twice!
We had SUCH a great time guest starring on The Bold and The Beautiful on Friday we just couldn't wait to come back for more.
While Part 1 of our spot was focused on B&B's big wedding… we really got to shine today as Reverend Murphy during the actual ceremony!
You spoil us, CBS!
Ch-ch-check out our SECOND episode of The Bold and the Beautiful (below)!!!
Viola Davis is such an inspiring woman.
On Sunday, Viola paid tribute to sexual assault survivors at the Rape Foundation's annual brunch in Beverly Hills. The actress also was there to accept an award for her extensive work with the charity.
In Davis' emotional message, she makes note of her own experiences with sex abuse while also recalling the horrific incidents her sister and other loved ones faced. The celeb's anecdotes are truly heartbreaking and they might trigger bad memories for those who've been affected by
According to V.D., sexual abuse was all too common and accepted when she was growing up in Rhode Island, revealing: