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Ashlee Simpson Gets Naked in Upcoming Melrose Episode

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Colin Egglesfield is spilling all the secrets now that he’s been ousted from - or, he just wants to make sure he gets plenty of exposure before he’s off the air. According to the actor who plays murder suspect Auggie Kirkpatrick, he and Ashlee Simpson-Wentz had to get practically naked to film one of their scenes together.

In the episode, the two are “both wearing half-loin clothes that they had to tape to us.” Tell me more! “There are very few clothes involved in the near future,” Egglesfield added.

According to an unnamed source - not Egglesfield - the pair will have two sex scenes in upcoming episodes. (Both actors will be leaving the series right around unlucky episode 13, so set your DVR).

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Jessica Simpson Angrily Twitters @Melrose

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Jessica Simpson Twitter

“who writes this crap?” Jessica Simpson recently demanded of her Twitter-reading audience, after noting that “CW catching up on MP.” That stands for Melrose Place, the show which recently fired Jess’ little sister Ashlee (and after they pimped her out as their main promo, too).

“i have had bad scripts to work with, but this?thank God my sister is amazing and got you some press.” Simpson continued to fire away.

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Colin Egglesfield on His Melrose Move

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“I’ve had better days, to be quite honest,” Colin Egglesfield, the resident hot guy on Melrose Place, sat down recently to talk about his from the show - a decision he says took him by surprise.

The CW has claimed that it was part of the show’s plan all along to be rid of both Egglesfield and Ashlee Simpson-Wentz, who will also be leaving . Egglesfield, however, tells a different story. “Obviously the ratings aren’t what they need or want them to be, so they’re [the network] going to try things to shake things up.”

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Melrose Place Dumps Simpson-Wentz, Egglesfield

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Ashlee Simpson-Wentz and Colin Egglesfield on Melrose Place

Move over dead weight. it’s time to make room for Amanda Woodward.

By early next year, you can expect to see a number of changes on . It seems Laura Leighton won’t be the only cast member to make a quick exit from the freshman drama this season; the ratings-challenged program will soon say goodbye to another two characters.

In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, executive producers Todd Slavkin and Darren Swimmer confirmed that (Violet Foster) and Colin Egglesfield (Auggie Kirkpatrick) will both exit the series in January. Their final appearances will come shortly after the murder mystery comes to a close.

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Melrose Place Premieres with a Shriek: Review

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The CW’s premiere of , the new version, did everything it was supposed to do…even if it did rely upon a few shopworn plot ideas to do it. There was much less shock factor and much more slick appeal than what was to be expected. But at the end of the episode, enough loose ends were left hanging to keep audiences coming back for more.

To sum it up, ’s acting was bad, Sydney’s part was pretty small and the blonde girl? Completely unlikable so far - but definitely a diva worth hating.

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Ashlee Simpson Talks Melrose Place, Then and Now

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appeared on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon last night to talk about Melrose Place, both the original and new version. Simpson plays Violet Foster on the show, a character who quickly loses her innocence while living in the steamy sexpot inhabited by a crew of deviants.

The two talked about past plots, returning characters and not much else. Fallon, like many former Melrose watchers, is anxiously awaiting the return of . She has not been confirmed as returning to the show, but she hasn’t stepped forward to say she won’t do it, either.

premieres September 8 on The CW.

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Melrose Place to Resurrect - Then Kill - Sydney

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Sydney Andrews - Melrose Place

Original viewers got quite a shock in 1997 when Sydney Andrews (Laura Leighton) was tragically killed on her wedding day. But viewers of the new series will see her brought back from the grave…only to return to that same grave shortly into the first episode.

Sydney will be found floating in the pool just after she’s brought back to life. It’s the sort of thing that could only happen at Melrose Place.

“It will feel nostalgic, but it’s not the old Melrose,” said Todd Slavkin, one of the show’s writers. “Sydney’s death in the first 10 minutes…means anything could happen.”

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Preview Clips of CW’s Melrose Place

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Come this fall, old fans will probably experience a sense of déjà vu. Why? Because CW’s reboot will air on Tuesdays right after the network’s revival of 90210. Could it be any more 1992?

After watching all three preview clips, feel free to scroll down further if you’re interested in learning a spoiler…

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No Melrose Place for Heather Locklear

Posted by Veronica Santiago Categories: Drama, Prime Time, The CW, Gossip,

Heather LocklearIf CW was hoping to give a big name boost to its remake, the network will have to try a bit harder.

Although many were counting on an appearance from , the newbies will just have to do without Amanda Woodward. According to Entertainment Weekly, the FOX veteran decided against joining the series. An insider claims there simply “wasn’t a way to bring her back that made sense.” (I didn’t realize that was a requirement for CW’s reboots.)

As disappointing as this news might be, the network should not give up hope. Heather might not be interested in carrying the show once again, but there’s at least one other vet who’s willing to try: Lisa Rinna. The former Days of Our Lives star told E! Online back in January that she’s “available” to resurrect her old character (Taylor McBride) at any time. Yippee!

Those confirmed for the cast so far include Ashlee Simpson-Wentz, Jessica Lucas (90210), Michael Rady (Swingtown), and Katie Cassidy (Supernatural).

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This Week on TV (3/16-3/22)

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MONDAY 3/16)
  • House (FOX, 8pm):  “A nursing home worker is alarmed when the home’s cat curls up next to her. It seems the cat only cuddles up to people who are going to die soon.” That’s what felines call “grooming their victims.”
  • Castle (ABC, 10pm):  “Castle and Beckett discover a young nanny dead inside a laundry room dryer, and their investigation leads to a dangerous world of play dates.” The pursuit for the perfect Hide-and-Seek spot can get quite nasty.
  • For the Love of Ray J (VH1, 10pm):  “A pool date with two contesants turns steamy.” Thanks to , I already know how this episode will end.
  • CSI: Miami (CBS, 10pm):  “A flight attendant’s murder reveals dirty secrets of airline travel.” Note to self: Pack own pillow and blanket for next flight.

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