The Social Climber: What's Next for Tia and Tamera; Alyssa Milano Responds to 'Fat Shaming'
Jan. 3, 2014
What's Next for Tia and Tamera?
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Tia and Tamera Mowry, the twins who gained fame on the 1990s sitcom "Sister, Sister," announced earlier this week that their eponymously named reality show won't be returning for a fourth season.
Tamera Mowry-Housley tweeted that she and her sister "decided it was time 2 live r family lives behind the camera."
While the twins, now wives and mothers, may be living their lives in private, they say they won't be completely out of the public eye.
Tia Mowry-Hardrict is working on her new sitcom, "Instant Mom," while Mowry-Housley has a gig on Fox talk show "The Real."
Alyssa Milano Responds to 'Fat-Shame'
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Comedian Jay Mohr reportedly had some not-so-nice things to say about Alyssa Milano's post-baby body last month on a radio show after the two attended a NASCAR event in Las Vegas.
The "Mistresses" star addressed the comments on Twitter in the classiest way possible on Christmas.
".@jaymohr37 So sorry you felt the need to publicly fat-shame me. Be well and God Bless. Please send my love to your beautiful wife," Milano wrote.
On Thursday, Mohr offered a mea culpa of sorts, tweeting at Milano and blogger Perez Hilton.
"She's stunning. I mistakenly thought the absurdity of what I was saying would have been taken as a joke. #fail," he wrote.
'Breaking Bad' Winner Busted
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In a case of life imitating art, a "Breaking Bad" superfan was arrested for allegedly running a million-dollar synthetic marijuana ring.
The Lee County Sheriff's Office says Ryan Lee Carroll, who once won a contest to watch the AMC show's finale with the cast, sold synthetic marijuana and shipped it across the United States.
Along with $1 million worth of drugs, The Associated Press reported that cops also seized a souvenir Hazmat suit signed by "Breaking Bad" cast members.
Allison and Amelia Tucker
Here's a sweet, inspirational story to brighten up your Friday.
Allison June and Amelia Lee Tucker, now happy and healthy 2-year-old sisters who share crackers and push each other around in a stroller, spent half of their young lives as one, conjoined at the chest and abdomen.