â€œPeople always assume that everyone who was in the â€˜Brat Packâ€™ still gets together and has picnics every Sunday â€” like thereâ€™s still this club with a secret handshake,â€ says Molly Ringwald, star of John Hughes teen classics The Breakfast Club, Sixteen Candles, and Pretty in Pink. â€œBut these are people I worked with so long ago, and we have totally separate lives.â€ Ringwaldâ€™s own charmed life as a fashion icon, erudite world traveler, and happily married mother of three has now inspired her candid new lifestyle guide, Getting the Pretty Back: Friendship, Family and Finding the Perfect Lipstick, available April 27. The flame-haired 42-year-old star of ABC Familyâ€™s The Secret Life of the American Teenager, which returns for a third season June 7, shares the facts of life sheâ€™s learned from gay men like Harvey Milk, Stephin Merritt, and the godfathers of her children.
I know you were confident about winningâ€”did you ever have doubt about it though?Of course I had doubts. I was worried at times, but it wasnâ€™t like I didnâ€™t have doubts that I wouldnâ€™t win. But more just like, because of what you did, you could end up in the bottom two, like on the wedding challenge. If I was in the bottom two then, I might have automatically been sent home.
Last night you were apologetic about how you acted on the show. Did you think your attitude might bring you down on the show?No, I was never worried about my attitude on the show because what they show, of course, were the bad times, but there were lots of good times. They didnâ€™t show much of my personality that was on the runway, but behind the cameras and hanging out with the girls, I had so much personality just laughing and having fun with them. And Ru saw that, so I didnâ€™t think that held me back at all.
Paul was a quarterback who secretly wished he was a woman. Now, she's a filmmaker who's living her truth.
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Carol Rosenfeld, a 47-year-old consultant, and Brandy Snow, a 40-year-old actress. The two women from Los Angeles are going to be one of the several pairs of contestants on CBS TV network's latest round of the long-running series, "The Amazing Race."
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, VH1’s Tool Academy returns on Sunday for a third round of couples counseling, zany competitions, and the rarified pleasure of seeing douchebags cry. But there’s a new twist for the “Selfish Twits and the Women who Love Them” competition: two Tools will be female, and the show will feature its first same-sex couple. We caught up with the Tool half of that couple, Courtney, to talk about her role in the show, and how she ended up fighting a professional wrestler.