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Dayna Devon Talks 'Diana at 50' Special on 'Good Day LA' (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Aug 31st 2011 2:40PM
Dayna Devon talks about 'Princess Diana at 50' on 'Good Day LA'Newsweek was the first to ask the question of what would Princess Diana's life would be like on her 50th birthday. Now we'll get a full hour-long special on the subject from ReelzChannel, called 'Princess Diana at 50,' which premiered Saturday, hosted by former 'Extra' anchor Dayna Devon. Devon appeared on 'Good Day LA' (weekdays, 9AM PT on Fox) to give her perspective on the subject.

Devon spoke about Diana's butler, Paul Burrel, and what he felt when he had to secure the room that contained Diana's body shortly after her death. "The fan was blowing, and he calls it her fringe," said Devon, "I think her bangs were blowing, and he was in total denial. He was like, 'Diana, get up. Come on, get up, honey. This is not funny."

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Ellen DeGeneres Shows Off Her Family Tree (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted Mar 31st 2010 4:59PM
Ellen Explains Her Family TreeEllen DeGeneres has not yet appeared on 'Who Do You Think You Are?' But the talk-show host has been the recipient of some research into her genealogical background. According to Ancestry.com, DeGeneres is actually related to ... pop icon Madonna. So DeGeneres played up her family tree on the latest episode of 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' (weekdays, syndicated).

Watch the video after the jump.

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Memorable TV Weddings

by AOL TV Staff, posted Oct 8th 2009 4:00PM
The OfficeIn the mood for a little 'Office' romance?

Tonight, Jim and Pam head to Niagara Falls to (finally!) tie the knot.

In honor of Dunder Mifflin's long-awaited union, we count down some of TV's memorable matrimonial affairs.

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TV Squad Soap Report: Passions played out

by Allison Waldman, posted Aug 6th 2008 2:23PM
Passions timmyPerhaps the strangest soap opera of all time has come to an end now that Passions has been canceled by DirecTV. The gothic, modern psycho-drama set in a small Maine town replete with witches, elves, zombies and even some regular people, lasted nine years on the air. In primetime terms, that would be a hell of a run. For soaps, it characterizes Passions as a noble -- to some -- failure.

I never cared for Passions. It turned me off in the first season, 1999, but it wasn't because of the outre elements. I was actually interested in the gothic stuff because I'd grown up enjoying Dark Shadows with Barnabus and Quentin and Angelique and all those horror classic reinterpretations on a next-to-nothing budget -- furniture provided by Stern's Department Store, as I recall -- including werewolves, Frankenstein's monster and The Innocents, and parallel universes. Dark Shadows remains a vivid, happy memory.

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Truth: Impossible - Chef Robert Irvine caught in a web of lies

by Allison Waldman, posted Feb 19th 2008 3:24PM
Robert IrvineYou'd think by now that people would know better. Embellishing a resume, adding credits that are the work of a vivid imagination rather than hard work... they're bound to be unearthed someday. Especially if you're a success. The latest prevaricator caught in a series of lies is Food Network's British chef Robert Irvine. In a scathing expose by the St. Petersburg Times, the star of Dinner: Impossible, has been caught with egg on his face. Make that more like egg salad. Multiple claims by Irvine, including creating Princess Diana's wedding cake, cooking for White House dinners, being knighted by the queen, and more, have turned out to be tall tales.

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Lifetime begins production on TV movie about death of Princess Diana

by Adam Finley, posted Jun 7th 2007 4:41PM

princess diIf you wanted to get your conspiracy theory fix and are bummed out the upcoming HBO documentary on JFK will be free of such theories, than you might want to check out The Murder of Princess Diana, a TV movie that hits Lifetime this August, the ten-year anniversary of her death.

The TV movie, based on the book of the same name by Noel Botham, will focus on a supposed conspiracy that resulted in the princess' death in a car crash.

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Royal sons beg British TV not to run photos

by Paul Goebel, posted Jun 6th 2007 4:41PM

William & HarryA British television channel has plans to produce a documentary about the death of Princess Diana. Supposedly, the producers have obtained exclusive photos of the crash that ended Diana's life in 1997. Diana's sons, William and Harry have expressed concern and requested that the photos not be included in the final production.

According to producers the photos contain no explicit or damaging images of Diana and are essential to the production, although they haven't said why.

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