New Pictures

Teri was at the ABC Upfronts. Pictures are in the gallery!

By Krystle on May 16, 2007 under Uncategorized • 0 comments

Teri Hatcher is a New Glamour Columnist

Teri’s revealing all about dating in HollywoodGlamour magazine has signed Desperate Housewives actress Teri Hatcher to write a monthly column for the magazine.The 42-year-old will write about what it is like to be a single lady in Hollywood.The actress, who has previously published a self-help guide, Burnt Toast: And Other Philosophies Of Life guest edited the March edition of the woman’s glossy.At the magazine’s 2005 Women of the Year awards the mum of one was named US actress of the year for her role as Susan Mayer in the hit show and was also given the editor’s special award.She married fellow actor Jon Tenney in 1994. They had one child together, daughter Emerson Rose, before divorcing in 2003.More recently she’s been linked to George Clooney and American Idol host Ryan Seacrest. She is currently dating Eva Longoria’s ex Stephen Kay.Her first column appears in the June issue of Glamour, on sale now.

By Krystle on May 15, 2007 under Uncategorized • 0 comments

New Pictures

Teri was at the Shrek the Third premiere yesterday. I added a few pictures to the gallery.

By Krystle on May 07, 2007 under Uncategorized • 0 comments

Lifetime Slate to Include Hatcher’s Burnt Toast

Having begun to pull out of a year-long ratings slide that saw significant losses in total viewership and among key demos, Lifetime on Tuesday introduced media buyers to a slate of original series, movies and specials which it hopes will keep the pendulum swinging upward.[snip]Scripted projects in development include: Burnt Toast, an adaptation of Teri Hatcher’s 2006 memoir.Full article can be found here

By Krystle on April 30, 2007 under Uncategorized • 0 comments

The Brits are coming for American Idol

British stars are set to take centre-stage in a charity edition of American Idol. Hugh Grant, Keira Knightley and Daniel Radcliffe are joining other A-listers including Teri Hatcher and Forest Whitaker to raise millions for the victims of Hurricane Katrina and children in Africa. Idol Gives Back – a two-night special starting on Tuesday – will combine the regular contest and results show with skits, viewer and business donations and performances by former American Idol winner Kelly Clarkson, Celine Dion, Gwen Stefani and others. ‘The reach and appeal of American Idol is so massive that the impact could be huge,’ said Patty Williamson, an instructor at the School of Broadcast and Cinematic Arts in Michigan. American Idol has become the most watched TV show in the US with an average of 30 million viewers. In five years it has produced Oscar (Jennifer Hudson for Dreamgirls), Grammy (Clarkson) and country music award (Carrie Underwood) winners and turned its judges and even its no-hopers into household names. Now producers say, it’s time to give something back.

By Krystle on April 23, 2007 under Uncategorized • 0 comments

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