The season finale of “The Bachelor” was last night. Sean decided to propose to Catherine, and she accepted. He said he missed her every time they had to say goodbye, and he didn’t want to say goodbye anymore. And Catherine told him she was addicted to him.
Valerie Harper went on the “Today” show yesterday to talk about her brain cancer and how she’s coping with it. Luckily things might not be as bad as we thought. But if they are, she’s still okay with that. She says she might die in as little as three months. But it could also be five years from now. She got emotional when she talked about possibly missing out on her daughter Cristina’s wedding.
Like most, actress Jennifer Love Hewitt has an idea of what her most bankable asset may be. In an interview with USA Today, Hewitt joked, “If somebody was like, ‘Hey, you know what? We would like to insure your boobs for $2.5 million,’ I’d be like, ‘Do it. But these things right here,” she says, motioning to her chest, “are worth $5 million.” Hewitt’s current role, as star of Lifetime’s “The Client List,” leaves her in revealing lingerie on a normal basis.
Barbara Walters talked yesterday on “The View” about the reports that Elisabeth Hasselbeck is getting fired from the show. She said they weren’t true . . . but then she said something that made it sound like they were. She said they have no plans to fire Elisabeth . . . but if Elisabeth or anyone else were to decide to leave voluntarily, the show would support their decision.
And while Elisabeth Hasselbeck might not be leaving “The View”, Joy Behar definitely is. Yesterday she gave her own Top Ten list, of reasons she’s leaving the show. Number one: she wants to realize her dream of going a whole week without wearing a bra.
Kelly Osbourne — and her family, no doubt — is keeping a healthy sense of humor in the days following her scary seizure on the set of Fashion Police March 7. There’s definitely a bit of uncertainty in the Osbourne household as doctors continue to discover what led to her episode. “There is absolutely no confirmed diagnosis regarding Kelly’s condition,” a rep for the TV host told Us Weekly on Saturday. “She is under a doctor’s care and they are continuing to run tests. Kelly is fine and thanks everyone for their continued support.” A source close to the family added that Osbourne was “really scared” by the seizure, and that doctors are running “every possible test . . . Could be epilepsy but also could be an allergic reaction or something else.” “More than anything it was just scary,” Fashion Police costar Melissa Rivers, who helped her costar out as paramedics arrived, told ET Online of the situation. “I just laid on the ground holding on to her until the paramedics came.”
Morrissey is ailing again. The Smiths’ former frontman was hospitalized in San Francisco over the weekend, forcing him to postpone a concert that was scheduled for Saturday night to May 1. “Due to Morrissey’s medical condition, tonight’s engagement at the Regency Ballroom in San Francisco will need to be rescheduled and will now take place on May 1,” read an update on his Facebook page, adding that all tickets purchased for the original gig will be honored on the new date. According to a release posted Sunday on True To You, a Morrissey webzine which has issued statements from the singer in the past, Morrissey “is presently being treated in San Francisco for ‘double pneumonia,’ but remains on court to headline the Vive Latino festival in Mexico City on March 14.”
Snoop Dogg was a guest on “Conan” last night. They talked about the various products that Snoop has made his own. He talked about how his car is a “Snoop Deville,” his barbeque is a “Snoop Degrill,” and his online stores are called “Snoopermarkets.”
If you haven’t seen it yet, there’s a pretty funny video on YouTube of women trying to impersonate some of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s classic movie lines. The site FatAwesome.com went out into the street and asked women to say some of the lines, and their impressions were pretty terrible. They used the lines, “Get to the chopper!” from “Predator” and from “Kindgarten Cop,” “It’s not a tumor!”