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Stevie Nicks Discusses Her New Album and Performs on 'The Talk' (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Sep 13th 2011 4:45PM
Stevie Nicks performs on 'The Talk'When Stevie Nicks was ready to start making her first album of new material in a decade, 'In Your Dreams,' she called former Eurythmic Dave Stewart to help with the writing and producing. Nicks said Tuesday on 'The Talk' (weekdays, syndicated on CBS) that it was a fruitful relationship, and that they wrote a song together the first day Stewart visited Nicks' house. Nicks also put on a live performance of 'For What It's Worth.'

During the songwriting process, Stewart made it clear to Nicks that if she didn't like a song they wrote, they didn't have to use it, and that his feelings wouldn't be hurt. "He could read my face, and he could see if it was going a little the other way," said Nicks. "He would just go, 'Uh...' and he would just start playing another chord. So off we'd go another way. So I never had a chance to start having that bad experience."

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Lorraine Bracco Loves 'Rizzoli & Isles,' Even Though It's Not About the Mob (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Sep 12th 2011 7:00PM
Lorraine Bracco of 'Rizzoli & Isles' on ''The Talk'Lorraine Bracco gets to play against type on 'Rizzoli & Isles' as Angela Rizzoli, as the mother of Angie Harmon's Detective Jane Rizzoli. But according to Julie Chen on 'The Talk' (weekdays, syndicated on CBS), Bracco still sometimes has trouble shaking her roots in mobster movies like 'Goodfellas' and TV shows like 'The Sopranos.'

"It's fun," Bracco said of playing Rizzoli. "It's so different for me because she's kind of funny." Funny wasn't exactly the mood of the day when she was playing Karen Hill in 'Goodfellas,' but she has her fans. Chen recounted people coming up to Bracco in a restaurant and "kissing her ring, like she's the Godfather."

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'The Talk' Gets Perspective on '9/11' from Filmmakers Jule Naudet and James Hanlon (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Sep 8th 2011 6:05PM
9/11 film on 'The Talk'To mark the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, 'The Talk' (weekdays, syndicated on CBS) brought in filmmakers Jule Naudet and James Hanlon to discuss their documentary film '9/11.' The documentary crew was following a rookie firefighter that day, and that rookie's firehouse wound being one of the first to respond.

Naudet remembers hearing the first plane before it crashed into the North Tower. "You hear this loud roar, and I remember just looking up and in between two buildings I see a plane going very fast," he said. "Reflex, instinct, I don't know, I turned the camera around and it reappears and immediately crashes into the North Tower."

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Nick Cannon Recalls the Wild Prank Sharon Osbourne Pulled on Piers Morgan (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Sep 7th 2011 6:45PM
Nick Cannon on 'The Talk'Those who missed Sharon Osbourne's risque antics while 'The Talk' (weekdays, syndicated on CBS), was on hiatus were treated to quite the return when Nick Cannon stopped by the show Wednesday. Cannon and Osbourne are host and judge, respectively, on 'America's Got Talent,' and Cannon reported that Osbourne is just as wild behind-the-scenes of that show as she is on 'The Talk.'

Cannon recalled Osbourne's trademark excited voice and her propensity for practical jokes. "She is hilarious," he said. "I love when she just blurts out stuff with that high-pitched register. That's amazing. But, when we're just hanging out, like when we're traveling and stuff together, she is the jokester."

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Jennifer Love Hewitt Previews 'The Client List' TV Series on 'The Talk' (VIDEO)

by Alex Moaba, posted Sep 6th 2011 4:25PM
'The Talk' (weekdays, syndicated on CBS) returned from its summer hiatus Tuesday, and Jennifer Love Hewitt was one of its first guests. Hewitt previewed her latest project, 'The Client List,' which Lifetime is expanding from a TV movie into a series. Hewitt also starred in the movie version as Sam Horton, a Texas woman who falls on hard times and has to take a job at a massage parlor that doubles as a brothel.

The series will be different from the movie version in two central ways, Hewitt shared. Firstly, her character will now have red hair, news which pleased co-host Sharon Osbourne. Sam will also be taking on more of a business role in the prostitution operation to support her family.

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Leah Remini Officially Not Returning to 'The Talk'

by Jean Bentley, posted Aug 26th 2011 3:05PM
Leah ReminiLeah Remini is officially leaving 'The Talk.'

After weeks of rumors surrounding the fact that the actress' contract for the show -- along with co-star Holly Robinson Peete's -- had not been renewed, Remini confirmed the news Thursday on her Twitter account. "It is official: I am sorry to say that I have NOT been asked back on the show. Sorry to my fans. U worked so hard! I adore u guys," she tweeted. "No reason was given," she replied later.

As for Peete, the actress confirmed on Twitter that she has still not officially heard whether she is staying on the show or not. Peete responded to Remini's news Thursday night, saying "Devastated by the news that @LeahRemini was not asked back to @TheTalk_CBS. She brought humor, heart and authenticity."

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A Bananas Foster Food Fight Breaks Out on 'The Talk' (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Aug 11th 2011 7:00PM
Leah Remini, Duff Goldman, and Holly Robinson Peete make up after a food fight on 'The Talk'Bananas Foster is tasty, and its ingredients are surprisingly easy to throw. That's what Holly Robinson Peete, Leah Remini, and chef Duff Goldman (from 'Ace of Cakes') found out on 'The Talk' (weekdays, syndicated on CBS) during a segment that was supposed to be about cooking. Or at least assembling deserts. But it quickly became more about disassembling deserts when Goldman started sprinkling some of the ingredients on Remini's head.

Remini wasn't having it. "You know what?" she said, turning to Peete, who was holding a frosting sleeve. "Don't play with me." Remini squeezed the sleeve to shoot whipped cream at Goldman. Then the whipped cream and bananas started flying everywhere as the trio declared war, and an honest to goodness food fight broke out.

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Carnie Wilson Reveals Her 'Karaoke Battle USA' Judging Style on 'The Talk' (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Aug 10th 2011 5:00PM
Carnie Wilson judging 'KAraoke Battle USA' on 'The Talk'Carnie Wilson left little doubt what her judging style would be on 'Karaoke Battle USA' after her appearance on 'The Talk' (weekdays, syndicated on CBS). One clip showed Wilson extremely excited about a contestant, comparing the performance to a "romp in the bedroom," with "a big climax." Yes, she will be the outspoken, outrageous one.

Wilson explained that 'Battle,' which debuts Friday on ABC, will crown the "king and queen" of karaoke after a competition from some of the best karaoke singers in the country. As would be expected, not every contestant had a good go of it. Wilson talked about one man who sang Whitney Houston's 'All the Man That I Need,' with popping eyeballs and a bulging vein in his forehead.

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Louis Van Amstel Teaches 'The Talk' Ladies Some New Dance Moves (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Aug 9th 2011 6:10PM
Leah Remini, Louis Van Amstel, and Sara Gilbert dance on 'The Talk'Louis Van Amstel usually has to contend with just one celebrity at a time as a dancer on 'Dancing With the Stars.' Tuesday on 'The Talk' (weekdays, syndicated on CBS), he had a full complement of four to deal with, as he tried to teach Leah Remini, Sarah Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne and Julie Chen a few moves.

Van Amstel stood at the front of a dance floor with the four hosts behind him. They tried to keep up as he shook his shoulders and rolled his hips to Latin music. Remini and Osbourne turned it into a dance a little more their speed, breaking into an impromptu square dance do-si-do.

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Nelsan Ellis Modeled His 'True Blood' Lafayette Character After His Mother (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Aug 8th 2011 5:30PM
Nelsan Ellis of 'True Blood' on 'The Talk'Nelsan Ellis said Monday on 'The Talk' (weekdays, syndicated on CBS) that people sometimes think he is his 'True Blood' character, Lafayette Reynolds. There are some big differences, including the fact that Lafayette is gay and Ellis is straight. But Ellis shared that there is a little of the Ellis family tree represented in Lafayette.

Sara Gilbert asked if people sometimes mistook Ellis for his character. "They do," he said, smiling. "Gay is just one part of Lafayette. People think that I'm everything that encompasses Lafayette, which is a lot. I'm too boring as Nelsan." His mother, who recently passed away, was apparently not boring at all. She never saw the show, but Ellis said she and Lafayette had a lot in common.

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Jason Ritter Shares 'Event' News and His Dad's Advice on 'The Talk' (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Aug 5th 2011 6:15PM
Jason Ritter talks about John Ritter and 'The Event' on 'The Talk'Jason Ritter shared good news for fans of 'The Event' on 'The Talk' (weekdays, syndicated on CBS), when he discussed plans to continue the canceled NBC series, in one form or another, to address its unanswered questions. He also shared some advice his late father John Ritter's advice on navigating celebrity and show business.

"We made all these promises that we would give them answers and so they're still looking for a way to continue telling the story," said Ritter about 'The Event.' "Whether another channel picks it up, they're still in talks to see if that can happen. Maybe do a wrap-up miniseries. They eventually will be getting the answers out in some format or another. Comic book, maybe? I don't know."

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Tichina Arnold Gushes About Her 'Happily Divorced' Role on 'The Talk' (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Aug 4th 2011 6:15PM
Tichina Arnold of 'Happily Divorced' on 'The Talk'The title 'Happily Divorced' refers to Fran Drescher's character on the TV Land sitcom, but it would be hard for anyone to sound happier than Tichina Arnold did on 'The Talk' (weekdays, syndicated on CBS), talking about her role on the show.

Arnold has been on some popular and long-running sitcoms, including 'Martin' and 'Everybody Hates Chris.' But she gushed about her 'Divorced' co-stars and seemed truly thankful to land the role of Judi Mann, Drescher's best friend on the show.

"I was so happy when I booked this gig because Fran, of course, is just, she is television," said Arnold. "And she just knows her stuff and she's amazing to work with. And she knows, she's very smart. Really, really smart. So she and I have bonded."

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Royal Pins? Sharon Osbourne Fumbles Interview With Julie Benz (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Aug 3rd 2011 5:35PM
Julie Benz of 'Royal Pains' on 'The Talk'Sharon Osbourne has had her share of flubs on 'The Talk' (weekdays, syndicated on CBS), and she continued her streak with guest Julie Benz. The 'Dexter' and 'No Ordinary Family' alum was on the show to talk about her latest TV role on 'Royal Pains.' Osbourne apparently misread her cue cards.

"Can you tell us about the character you play in 'Royal Pins?'" asked Osbourne. She was quickly corrected by her fellow panel members, and simply asked again, "What is the character?" Benz laughed it off. "For those of you who watch the show, I play the mom to Libby, and I'm a lesbian alpaca farmer," she said.

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Leah Remini Reminisces With Lisa Kudrow About Her 'Friends' Guest Appearance (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Aug 2nd 2011 5:30PM
Lisa Kudrow on 'The Talk'Before she had a hit show of her own with 'King of Queens,' Leah Remini did a guest spot on the first season of 'Friends.' She had fond memoires of the appearance, and got the chance to reminisce about it with Lisa Kudrow on 'The Talk' (weekdays, syndicated on CBS).

Remini thought the cast was great, and they apparently enjoyed her, too. "Usually when you're stars like that at a top ten show, immediately number one, you know, you figure, they're all going to be jerks," said Remini. "They were the nicest cast. Like, every guest star that came on the show, they were like, come sit with us. They were the sweetest, most generous cast."

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Craig Ferguson Explains the Physics of Having Big Feet on 'The Talk' (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Aug 1st 2011 5:45PM
Craig Ferguson and Sharon Osbourne on 'The Talk'Don't blame Craig Ferguson. It's not his fault that physics works the way it does, or that he got an easy set-up from Sharon Osbourne on 'The Talk' (weekdays, syndicated on CBS). Ferguson was on the show talking about his recent trip to Paris for 'The Late, Late Show,' which included a stop at the Moulin Rouge, where Ferguson donned some ugly workout gear to groove with the dancers.

Julie Chen asked if Richard Simmons knew Ferguson stole his look. "I was trying to look as unattractive as possible in a room full of attractive women and it seems to have paid off," said Ferguson. That's when Osbourne noted Ferguson's big feet, highlighted in the clip by his white shoes and black socks. "I have got big feet," he said. "It's because I've got other big things in my body. It's all proportion, Sharon. It's just proportion. If I didn't have big feet, I'd tip over."

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