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May 15, 2019

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New 4 BelowParis Hilton says she's "so proud" of longtime friend Kim Kardashian.

The 38-year-old singer and designer had nothing but good things to say about Kardashian and her family during Tuesday's episode of Watch What Happens Live.

Hilton, who used Kardashian as a personal stylist in the star's early career, responded to those who credit her for Kardashian's success.

"I'm so proud of her. I think she's always been such an amazing businesswoman. She's so smart. She's gorgeous," Hilton said of her friend.

Hilton elaborated on Kardashian's previous hustles, which included closet organization services.

"She would organize people's closets and do that. Made a big business out of it, and then parlayed it into her brand now. Now she's selling makeup and clothing and everything else. She's killing it.

Hilton also had praise for Kardashian's sisters Kylie Jenner, Kendall Jenner and the rest of the Kardashian family.

"I've known them since they were little girls," she said of Kylie and Kendall. "We all grew up together, and it's amazing what the entire family has done. They're all brilliant, beautiful businesswomen."

Hilton also dismissed rumors she feuded with Kardashian in 2011 after supposedly dissing the star's rear on a radio show.

"I think it was the media just making something up," the star said. "But I just did a video called "My Best Friend's [Expletive]" and it has the most infamous [expletive] in the video. And her [expletive] is hot. I love it."

"We've known each other since we were literally two years old," she added of their lasting friendship.

Hilton and Kardashian teased Hilton's new music video in Instagram posts this month. TMZ said the pair were spotted on set in Los Angeles with RuPaul's Drag Race alum and Britney Spears impersonator Derrick Barry.

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Tim Conway, 'Carol Burnett Show' star, dead at 85

Tim Conway, 'Carol Burnett Show' star, dead at 85Tim Conway, a television and film actor best known for starring in The Carol Burnett Show, has died at the age of 85.

Conway's representative Howard Bragman confirmed his death to People magazine. Conway died in Los Angeles on Tuesday. He suffered complications from Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus prior to his death.

Variety also confirmed Conway's death. He is survived by his second wife Charlene Conway and seven children that he shared with his first wife Mary Anne Dalton including sons Jamie, Tim Jr., Pat, Corey and Shawn and daughters Jackie and Kelly.

Conway guest starred on CBS' The Carol Burnett Show multiple times before becoming a series regular in 1975 until the show ended in 1978. He portrayed a number of characters on the series including the Oldest Man and Mr. Tudball.

Conway won six Emmy awards over his career including three times as a supporting performer on The Carol Burnett Show and once as a member of the program's writing staff. His other Emmy wins come from his guest appearances on Coach in 1996 and 30 Rock in 2008.

Conway also headlined his won sitcomThe Tim Conway Show which lasted one season in 1970 and a short-lived variety show of the same name in 1980. He portrayed Ensign Charles Parker on 138 episodes of McHale's Navy and its two feature films, and voiced Barnacle Boy on Spongebob Squarepants.

Other television roles include appearances on Newhart, Married...With Children in a recurring role, The Larry Sanders Show, Mad About You, The Drew Carey Show, Yes, Dear in a recurring role, Two and a Half Men, Glee and Hot in Cleveland, among others.

Conway's film roles included appearances in The Longshot, Dear God, Speed 2: Cruise Control and a number of Disney films including The World's Greatest Athlete, The Apple Dumpling Gang and The Shaggy D.A., among others.

ABC courting 'bigger stars' for next season of 'Dancing with the Stars'

The next edition of Dancing with the Stars will feature more famous contenders than the reality TV personalities, athletes and former child stars who have competed in recent seasons.

"We're going after bigger stars than we have in a long time, so watch this space for some future announcements," Karey Burke, the network's president of entertainment, said at the Disney Upfront Presentation on Tuesday.

ABC typically airs two cycles of DWTS a year -- one edition in the fall, the other in the spring.

Burke said she thinks skipping the Spring 2019 season of DWTS this year gave the network more time to improve the series, which will kick off its 28th season in the fall. It is hosted by Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews.

"We have been pitched some really fun format changes for DWTS by the executive producers, but, right now, they are still top secret, so I am not at liberty to share," Burke said. "It's still the show that the audience knows and loves, but they've got some good ideas about ways to surprise and delight the audience in new ways."


"If you really train them long and hard enough, you can teach a dog to speak. I got my dog to talk."
--Halle Berry, joking about what she learned during six months of dog training while filming John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum, on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

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Which actress/comedian will host the ABC revival of 'Kids Say the Darndest Things'?

'The Biggest Loser' reboot heading to USA Network

USA Network has announced plans to reboot reality competition series The Biggest Loser and will premiere a new season in 2020.

The new, 10-episode Biggest Loser will feature a new team of experts as they help men and women lose weight and improve their overall well being while competing against each other.

The experts will include a trainer, chef and a life coach that will be announced at a later date.

"We're re-imagining The Biggest Loser for today's audiences, providing a new holistic, 360-degree look at wellness, while retaining the franchise's competition format and legendary jaw-dropping moments," president, entertainment networks USA Network and SYFY Chris McCumber said in a statement.

The Biggest Loser will be the latest reality series on USA alongside Chrisley Knows Best, its spinoff Growing Up Chrisley, WWE's Miz & Mrs. and Temptation Island.

The Biggest Loser ran for 17 seasons on NBC starting in 2004. The series featured trainer Jillian Michaels, trainer Bob Harper and host Alison Sweeney.

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Milo Ventimiglia says 'This is Us' role is 'rewarding'

Milo Ventimiglia discussed on The Tonight Show his NBC drama This is Us and his role as father Jack Pearson.

Ventimiglia detailed to host Jimmy Fallon on Monday the experience of portraying a younger Jack during the show's recently concluded third season.

"To go backwards and do clean-shaven and war Jack, I had to make sure, and the writers make sure, that everything was still lining up toward that eventual Jack that we knew from the first season and the second season," the actor said.

"So it was challenging, but it was so rewarding," Ventimiglia continued before mentioning his co-star Mandy Moore who portrays Rebecca Pearson.

"What Mandy and I were able to discover in this newer, younger era of that love story was really wonderful," he said.

NBC renewed This is Us for three more seasons on Sunday. Sterling K. Brown, Chrissy Metz and Justin Hartley also star.

Ventimiglia also discussed his love for Morrissey who was the musical guest on The Tonight Show.

"It's one of those things where I kind of feel like he raised me a little bit," he said about listening to Morrissey and his band The Smiths while growing up. "He kind of consumed my life."

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Which actress/comedian will host the ABC revival of 'Kids Say the Darndest Things'?

Tiffany Haddish will host an ABC revival of Kids Say the Darndest Things.

The network confirmed in a press release Tuesday the 39-year-old actress will host and executive produce a new version of the comedy series.

The new Kids Say the Darndest Things will feature in-studio segments and taped pieces shown in front of a live studio audience. Each episode gives kids' perspectives on such topics as "Kids Rule," the rules of everything from sportsmanship to dating, and "Love Talk," where Haddish seeks romantic advice.

"I'm excited to hear what kids have to say these days because I can't understand what they're saying on social media," Haddish said in a statement. "They're using too many abbreviations!"

ABC Entertainment president Karey Burke said Haddish was her top choice for host.

"When I was dreaming of stars I wanted to bring to ABC, Tiffany Haddish was top of my list," she said. "Tiffany starring in and producing this iconic series is everything I hoped for."

The original Kids Say the Darndest Things was hosted by Bill Cosby and had a three-season run on CBS from 1998 to 2000. The show is based on a feature from Ark Linkletter's radio show, House Party, and TV series, Ark Linkletter's House Party.

Haddish is known for starring in the 2017 movie Girls Trip. She plays Shannon "Shay-Shay" Berklin on the TBS series The Last O.G. and voices Tuca on the Netflix series Tuca & Bertie.