Stepping Down: Legendary CNN host, Larry King, announces he's leaving the show after 25 years on air. The 76-year-old says he'll step aside later this year to spend more time with his wife and young kids. King holds the world record for the longest running television show in the same time slot. CNN is searching for someone to replace him. On last night's show, King said he hopes to pass the torch to Ryan Seacrest.
On Their Own: Seacrest may not have time because he'll reportedly be producing an all new show. Khloe Kardashian and husband Lamar Odom will star in a reality spin-off of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" starting this fall, according to InTouch Weekly. The show will air on E!, of course, and Seacrest, who produces the family's hit show, will produce this one too. And the good news doesn't stop there."Keeping Up with the Kardashians" was just renewed for another season and according to Perez Hilton, Khloe, Kim and Kourtney will all appear on the season three premiere of "90210."
Her Side of the Story: Elizabeth Edwards has kept quiet, that is, until now. In an interview with People, Edwards speaks out about her husband John's infidelity and what it's like now to keep him in her kids life. "John's conduct through this whole thing was terrible and it makes people want him to pay for it," Elizabeth said. "On a personal level, he's paid a lot." She also said her cancer has gotten worse, with tumors in her legs, spines and skull. You can read the entire article with Elizabeth and daughter Cate in this week's issue.
Getting Ugly: The split between "Bachelor" Jake Pavelka and Vienna Girardi has gotten even nastier. The two reunited for a taping with host Chris Harrison that is set to air July 5 on ABC, and apparently it didn't go well. "Vienna calls Jake 'a liar' and 'a fame whore'," according to an ABC press release. "Jake feels Vienna always undermines him and tears him down." ABC said there was an "intense verbal confrontation" at one point that caused Vienna to "burst into tears and storm out." Sounds like the only thing they did agree on was that their courtship and love was real, but that their relationship is now beyond repair.
Office Romance Over: An "Office" actress is ending her marriage with an "Office" writer. Angela Kinsey, who plays Angela on the show, filed for divorce last week from husband of 10 years, writer Warren Lieberstein, People reports. The two separated last February. At that time Kinsey's rep called the split amicable.
Tonight's 2 to TiVo:
"Top Chef" - 8:00pm on Bravo: Things get heated, over an oven, on tonight's new episode!
"Toddlers & Tiaras" - 9:00pm on TLC: The price of pageants comes into question but will the homemade dress take the crown?
First Published: Jun 30, 2010 5:13 AM CDT