'Million Dollar Listing New York' Begins, Sara Gilbert Stars in 'Bad Teacher' Pilot
Posted 5/8/2013 4:32:00 PM
 
 
   
A new season of Bravo's Million Dollar Listing New York begins tonight. Returning are Swedish former porn star Frederik Eklund, the stunning and even more egotistical Ryan Serhant and a new series regular, the equally handsome Luis Ortiz, who replaces last season regular Michael Lorber (a spoiled, whiny rich boy with as many annoying characteristics as his co-stars).

Nathan Lane brings the laughs, and Josh Groban brings the music on tomorrow morning's The View on ABC. How I Met Your Mother's Neil Patrick Harris guests on tomorrow's The Ellen Show with Ellen Degeneres.

Listed on his current work schedule, Harris will reprise roles from past film projects. In The Smurfs 2 he returns as Patrick Winslow, and in the animated feature Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2, he's back to voice the character of Steve. Bummer, I thought the sequel was going to be called Cloudy with a Chance of Sauce on the Side.

The Talk's Sara Gilbert stars in the CBS series pilot Bad Teacher, a comedy about an obnoxious and dirty talking woman who becomes an educator in order to find Mr. Right. The show is created by former My Name is Earl producer Hilary Winston and costars Sex and the City's Kristin Davis, Fringe vet Ari Graynor, 2 Broke Girls' Ryan Hansen, and In Living Color's David Alan Grier.

Media sources are reporting that Tom Cruise will be pursuing Mission Impossible 5. But there has been a misunderstanding. He didn't mean a sequel movie—he was referring to his ongoing efforts to find a wife who is willing to blindly convert to Scientology.

Sarah Jessica Parker was the subject of another mis-reported story this week that claimed that she had experienced a wardrobe malfunction at a charity event. While posing for paparazzi at the annual Met Ball at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Sex and the City star raised her Giles Deacon ballgown to reveal her thigh-high plaid Louis Vuitton boots. Perhaps accidentally, she lifted a bit too high, which offered the extended lenses an unexpected view of her lacey undergarment. More of a flash than a fashion faux pas. Technically, the wardrobe "malfunction" came when her saddle fell off. 
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