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Nancy O’Dell Taking Over Mary Hart’s Entertainment Tonight Post

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Nancy O'DellAlthough she’s the host of The Insider, it turns out Lara Spencer did not have the inside advantage when it came to Mary Hart’s job.

For months now, it had been speculated that Spencer would take over Mary Hart’s soon-to-be vacant post at Entertainment Tonight. Unfortunately, Lara lost out to another blonde personality: Nancy O’Dell.

O’Dell is, of course, no stranger to entertainment reporting. She previously hosted Access Hollywood alongside Billy Bush.

"I remember watching Entertainment Tonight when it first premiered and dreaming about working for the show someday," O'Dell stated. "I am honored to be the one chosen to fill a TV legend's seat and I hope I can do her proud!"

Nancy will first appear on the ET set in January when she begins correspondent and fill-in anchoring duties. She will then take over the highly-coveted position when Hart signs off at the end of the 2010-11 season.

"Leaving this job was not an easy decision, but knowing I will pass the baton to Nancy O'Dell makes that decision much easier," Hart said. "Nancy is a talented and respected entertainment correspondent. We have spent many years working on opposite sides of the celebrity battlefield, and I know the show will flourish with Nancy as co-anchor."

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TV Talk: 30 Rock to Go Live, Mary Hart to Leave

Mary Hart-30 Rock will be throwing in a Saturday Night Live-esque twist this fall. On October 14, actors from the NBC comedy will do two live primetime tapings—one for each coast.

-Mary Hart has announced that she will leave Entertainment Tonight after completing her 30th year with the program. It’s believed Lara Spencer, host of The Insider, will eventually take over her spot.

-You knew she couldn’t keep away for long. Former talk show host Rosie O’Donnell will once again return to daytime with a new show next year. The program will air on Oprah Winfrey’s OWN.

-Can’t think of a better show title for Cougar Town? Well, neither can the producers. Although the comedy is considered to be an ensemble program, the ABC series will be keeping its name.

-Actor Jeff Goldblum has decided to leave Law & Order: Criminal Intent after two years with the program. “Uncertainty” about the show’s future reportedly played a part in his decision.

The Insider Drops Pat O’Brien…Again

Posted by Veronica Santiago Categories: Syndication, Gossip,

Pat O'Brien

After three strikes, is officially out at The Insider.

While no official reason was given for the host’s long overdue exit, many believe Pat was axed yesterday as result of a controversial email. An email that became the topper on the 60-year-old’s troubled history with the entertainment program.

Back in 2005, O’Brien was forced to explain himself on a primetime Dr. Phil after sexually explicit voicemails he recorded were leaked. Then in February of this year, he was readmitted into a treatment facility for problems with alcohol abuse. Although it was believed he would be fired after that second public embarrassment, the former host was allowed to return to his job—but only as a correspondent.

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America’s Next Top Model Cycle 10: Viva Italia

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On this week’s episode of , the remaining six girls traveled to Rome for the final stretch of the competition.  Although this was a time for inspiration and renewal, several of them quickly discovered their flaws didn’t translate well in Italian.  (Note to future contestants:  It doesn’t matter which language you’re speaking, people know what ‘bad’ looks like.)

Who stepped up even when they were feeling down…and who didn’t even bother trying?  Read on!

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America’s Next Top Model Cycle 10: For Those About to Walk, We Salute You

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After a week break, returned to business as usual with the remaining seven contestants – seven less than the show started with.

Having reached the halfway point, it was time for the girls to prove they were more than just pretty faces.  As potential future spokesmodels, these ladies had to learn how to represent themselves in public.  Who proved they could survive the paparazzi—and who failed to bring much to the party?  Read on!

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