Friday, March 20, 2009

News Round-up: Josh Duhamel, Sanchez/Winter, Madness

Josh Duhamel returns to his soap roots
Even if he's a succesful Hollywood actor married to a glamorous musician like Fergie, it's nice to know Josh Duhamel still stays connected to his roots.

The ALL MY CHILDREN alum made a surprise visit to his old stomping ground last week, popping by the show's set and hanging out for a bit.

"He came by to say hi," a source tells OK! "One of the staff members said 'Look who stopped by!' and it was Josh Duhamel."

PEOPLE: Guiding Light's Caitlin VanZandt Drops 90 Lbs
Goodbye size 20 pants, hello size 8 skinny jeans! A year after getting lap-band surgery, GUIDING LIGHT star Caitlin VanZandt is 90 lbs. lighter and a whole lot more confident.

"I feel much sexier and much happier," says VanZandt, 23, who last February underwent a procedure to have a device known as a lap-band placed around her stomach, shrinking the organ to the size of a golf ball and thereby limiting how much she can eat.

Former ATWT star Roselyn Sanchez talks about her wedding to former DAYS' star Eric Winter
"I had four dresses," the Puerto Rican beauty admits. "Three dresses from Angel Sanchez and then a fourth -- a white tuxedo."

Roselyn married Eric Winter in Puerto Rico on November 29, 2008, in front of 250 people.

"We had a whole week of events," she continues. "It is so difficult to do the way we wanted. It was like a dream come true. The weather was fantastic. I was praying for good weather, because if it rained...."

Quote of the Week
"I got the plot of my first novel by watching ONE LIFE TO LIVE. Rick Castle (Nathan Fillion) on CASTLE.

Blind item: Guess the suicide shocker!
Michael Ausiello reports: "Sitting down? 'Cause you'll want to be when you hear what I have to say. A major character on a show we are obsessed with will commit suicide before the season is over -- and no one will see it coming. The shocking death will send shockwaves through the show and the fallout will be immense."

March Madness On Demand Traffic Soars For CBS
March Madness on Demand is looking like a slam dunk for After the first day of the NCAA men's basketball tournament got underway Thursday, CBS reported 2.7 million unique visits to its online video player, a 56% increase from last year.

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