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Nancy Grace vs. Juror No. 3
There's no love lost between Casey Anthony juror Jennifer Ford and Nancy Grace.
Ryan O'Connor Hits the Road
haven't gotten to yet that I'm dying to get to. Is it's odd it's not like a big get and it's tough to it is Delta Burke who his ingenuity and And we're sending out of the net and now that help she's just some of the number one on my
Will Gabourey Sidibe's Size Limit Her Career?
success in Hollywood. They include Sidibe's "Precious" co-star Mo'Nique, Queen Latifah, Camryn Manheim, Delta Burke and Nikki Blonsky. Among them, only Latifah has found steady work on the big and small screen. "It's going to
Delta: Depression 'Sucks You Down'
the nearly fifteen million Americans who suffer from depression every year and too often in silence thinking alone. Delta Burke the star of designing women first fell into a clinical depression at the age of sixteen. Just weeks ago she entered
Delta Burke Opens Up About Her Depression
Actress Delta Burke is one of the nearly 15 million Americans who suffer from depression and last month her pain became so bad it forced her to enter
Dangerous Diabetes: Affliction of the Stars
Band with his two older siblings, Kevin and Joe. They grew up in New Jersey -- the children of musicians. Delta Burke Delta Burke is best known for her role as the outspoken Suzanne Sugarbaker on the TV show "Designing Women," but she has
Would America Miss Miss America?
another TV host, Phyllis George. Miss Florida 1974: Delta Burke Representing Florida in 1974's Miss America pageant, future actress Delta Burke famously blew her chances of advancing in the talent
Jorge Cruise on Practical Weight Loss
larger. (You'll learn how to do the same in chapter 2.) She chose role models such as supermodel Emme, actress Delta Burke , singer Queen Latifah, and models Mia Tyler, Carré Otis, and Kate Dillon, real women who look great-even if
Fall TV Debuts Packed With Stars
playing a gay man who moves back to his hometown to live with his sister and her family. Designing Women veteran Delta Burke plays the first lady and In Living Color alumnus David Alan Grier co-stars as the Secret Service agent who protects