Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Evening News

Marlena De Lacroix: Marlena to ONE LIFE TO LIVE: “I Hate Todd”

NBC 11: Television productions have been criticized for allowing many things to delay filming, but could an abuse of self-tanner be the latest excuse? LIPSTICK JUNGLE guest star and NYC party-circuit regular Leven Rambin told reporters that the show's star, Brooke Shields, so inappropriately lathered on the liquid sunshine she slowed down the production. "Brooke was self-tanning every day to get ready for some sex scenes," said Rambin, who is also an ALL MY CHILDREN regular.

"This is totally not true," said Shield's rep. "I don't think Brooke has ever even used self-tanner, much less allowed herself to turn orange from it. Please."

CBS: A staple on GUIDING LIGHT for the past twenty-five years, Michael O'Leary's Dr. Rick Bauer has seen it all, literally, drug addiction, weddings, birth, near death just to name a few. In an interview from a recent location shoot in Peapack, NJ, Michael discusses Rick's current state of mind, his trouble with Harley and what he does in his free time. "I think Rick is going to the dark side a little. To summarize where he's at, I think if you look at the fact that his father is gone, his sister is gone, his best friend is in an insane asylum somewhere, Mindy is gone, he's been kicked out of his house, he has a heart condition and now he's in danger of losing his high school sweetheart and his baby. So I think this is turning him into, as Beth would say, Alanesqe behavior. I think he's at the point where being a nice guy is not getting him anywhere so he's ready to take some prisoners."

All American Patriots: ABC Daytime continues a decade-long relationship with The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy. ABC Daytime has joined forces with The National Campaign to tell the story of ONE LIFE TO LIVE's 16-year-old character Starr Manning's (Kristen Alderson) first sexual experience. The National Campaign stands as a leader in efforts to educate teens and adults alike on the subject of preventing teen pregnancy.

What's On TV: EMMERDALE star Charley Webb has apparently confessed it makes her feel 'a little bit sick' that people see her brother, HOLLYOAKS' Jamie Lomas, as a sex symbol. "It does make me feel a little bit sick to hear people talk about my brother like that," she told OK! Magazine. "Urgh, even now I feel a little bit unwell."

TV Guide: Was the WGA Strike Good for Soaps?

CTV.ca: Rumor mill: DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES to become musical? The hit drama - centering on the quirky lives of the residents of Wisteria Lane - could be turned into a Broadway show after the show's creator Mark Cherry recently dropped hints to the cast.

MyDamnChannel: VIDEO: Episode #5 of the twisted new soap HORRIBLE PEOPLE.

Buzzyworthy Radio: Former Soap Opera Weekly Editor-in-Chief Mimi Torchin will be interviewed and offer commentary tonight at 10 PM ET.

CBS: VIDEO: Go behind the scenes with THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS' Joshua Morrow (Nick) as he introduces fans to newcomers Raya Meddine (Sabrina) and Chris Engen (Adam, aka Victor Jr.) at a recent CBS photo shoot.

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