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First Look: 90210 Introduces the Lesbian Kiss

90210 Jessica Lowndes and Rumer Willis Kiss

The CW may have had on hold for months now, but they’re ready to bring back the show with a bang.

Yes, girl-girl kissing is nothing we haven’t seen a thousand times by now. (How many years ago did The O.C. do that?) And yes, has already gone there this year (and it hasn’t exactly helped their ratings). And heck - it’s so fashionable even the ladies of the Desperate Housewives have tried it a few times.

But this particular smooch involves (you know, Demi Moore and Bruce Willis’ daughter), so it’s got to be considered a bit more interesting….right? Eh.

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Rumer Willis to Make an Appearance on 90210

Posted by K.C. Morgan Categories: Drama, Prime Time, The CW, Gossip, Rumors, Spoilers,

Rumer Willis

The gorgeous daughter of Demi and Bruce, will appear on an episode of 90210 in the upcoming season. The raven-haired beauty has made guest spot appearances on Army Wives and CSI among other projects, so she’s no stranger to syndicated TV.

In Beverly Hills, she’ll become homosexual Gia. The character works for the school’s Blaze News, the paper for West Beverly Hills High. According to reports, she’ll appear in only one episode.

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2009 Golden Globe Awards

Posted by Veronica Santiago Categories: Award Shows, Prime Time, Cable, HBO, NBC, News,

Golden Globe

One year after a strike-induced absence, the drinking resumed. Although the drew its usual set of followers tonight, this year’s program carried even more significance than usual. The reason? Heath Ledger.

With or without the Dark Knight nomination, the ceremony would have been interesting. Was this going to be the year a film about an Indian game show (Slumdog Millionaire) won top prize? Would either Meryl Streep (Mamma Mia, Doubt) or Kate Winslet (Revolutionary Road, The Reader) walk away with two awards? Could ‘s comeback performance in The Wrestler earn him a surprise win over Sean Penn (Milk)?

To find out the answer to these questions (and many more), you can read our detailed coverage after the jump!

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Casting Corner: Boston Legal, CSI: NY, House and More

Posted by Veronica Santiago Categories: Comedy, Drama, ABC, Cable, FX, FOX, The CW, House, Nip/Tuck,

Zeljko IvanekBridget Moynahan

Here’s a quick look at some of the casting announcements made recently:

CSI: NY: To celebrate its 100th outing, CSI: NY will be doing it old-school Terminator style. In the sweeps episode, several guest stars - including Rumer Willis, Daughtry and Scott Wolf - will become targets of a serial killer. In the original Terminator, women named Sarah Connor became Arnold Schwarzenegger’s targets. This time around, the suspect is aiming to knock off those named Mac Taylor. (That would be the name of Gary Sinise’s character.) You can expect the star-studded episode to air on November 19.

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Casting Corner: Lipstick Jungle, Army Wives, Entourage and More

James CromwellVanessa Marcil

With the new Fall Schedule quickly approaching (Gossip Girl starts this Monday!!!), the casting announcements have been coming fast and furious.

Here’s just a quick look at some of stars hitting your TVs this season:

My Own Worst Enemy: Last year on 24, he gave son Jack Bauer a very hard time. Now he’s moved on to his next victim. In My Own Worst Enemy, James Crowell - who can be seen later this year in Oliver Stone’s W. - will play the head of the secret agency that rules Christian Slater’s life. Enemy premieres Oct. 13.

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Golden Globes Officially Canceled

Posted by Veronica Santiago Categories: Award Shows, NBC, Cancellations, News,

Golden Globe awardsThe announced today what most people have known for weeks: the simply cannot go on as planned.  Even though the failed to grant the awards ceremony an interim deal, the show’s producers had still hoped they could somehow carry on.  Unfortunately, the put the final nail in the coffin last week.  After being told their presentation would lack all nominees, the HFPA finally conceded.

Although there was hope for something a bit splashier, the awards show was officially scaled down from a three-hour gala to a one-hour press conference today.  The dry presser - to be hosted live by NBC News - will air this Sunday @ 6pm PT.  Why the news division?  Well that’s because their writers work under a different contract. 

While I’m sad I won’t get to see my faves in their finest, there is one good thing to come out of all this.  Now we won’t have to see in her awkward stint as the next Miss Golden Globe.