"Access Hollywood Live" is a syndicated one-hour daily entertainment news talk show hosted by Billy Bush and Kit Hoover. The show, broadcast live in HD, premiered on September 13, 2010. Now entering its fifth season, "Access Hollywood Live" focuses on the latest celebrity dish, pop-culture, opinions, Hollywood happenings and all the day's big news. "Access Hollywood Live" features in-studio celebrity guests, and a cast of regular contributors to keep viewers up-to-date with female-friendly segments on the most current styles, fashion, design trends and more.
Ball Players, Hard Rockers & Dame Taylor
On this episode of Beverly Hills Pawn, Hollywood personality Johnny Fratto pays a visit to sell Yossi and Dominique a ball autographed by the entire 1937 New York Yankees team! Next, Yossi and Cory meet a first-time customer who wants to buy a dress worn by Elizabeth Taylor – but Yossi is so attached to the outfit, he may not want to sell! Then, Yossi and Aria have a chance to buy an iconic prop inspired by the cult film “This Is Spinal Tap”… but will this deal end on a sour note?
Gremlins, Gurkhas & Gold
On this episode of Beverly Hills Pawn, Yossi and Aria get a scary up-close look at storyboards from the classic 80’s monster film “Gremlins”! Next, Yossi and Cory have to convince a luxury-loving client to buy a set of the most expensive cigars in the world! Then, a friend from a big celebrity family stops by to sell Yossi and Dominique a dazzling gold bracelet… but is her asking price too outrageous?
Bob Marley - the king of reggae - revolutionized music and had an everlasting affect on society. When he died at 36 he'd changed the world with his music - and created a multi-million dollar legacy. But without a will and with 11 children, 7 baby mommas, and 21 ex band members, the battle for his name and fortune was dirtier than he could have ever imagined. Though Marley cared little for money, in the years since his death, his fortune grew larger than life. With his empowering message came a powerful fortune.
Ray Charles revolutionized American music and was catapulted to legendary status as a music pioneer. The blind piano man with the distinctive voice is credited with virtually inventing soul music. His tumultuous personal life left him with 12 children by 10 different women. When he died at age 73 Ray left a messy estate that had loved ones dragging his name through the courts for years. He was the first major recording artist to get control over his recordings with a big label creating a lifetime of valuable intellectual property. It earned him a fortune that keeps growing to this day.
For decades, Mel Gibson was one of Hollywood’s most beloved actors…until scandal upended his career. Accusations of anti-Semitism, bigotry, and homophobia turned him from a Hollywood icon into a Hollywood pariah. But is Mel Gibson the monster he’s been portrayed as in the media? Or is there something more behind the fall of a man who used to be the toast of Tinseltown?
Few actors have ever enjoyed the success experienced by Tom Cruise. From comedy to drama to action movie star, Cruise has a versatility that allows him unparalleled range. While his all-American persona takes a massive hit after the public learns of his love for the Church of Scientology, his popularity truly jumps the couch following a disastrous appearance on Oprah. Has America’s biggest movie star pulled the curtain back too far – revealing that the real Tom Cruise isn’t the man his fans thought he was?
A mysterious bar fire reveals a murder and one woman’s desperation to cover up her secret addiction.
The murder of a church choir member uncovers a sordid secret and an unlikely love triangle.
The Taunt/Death in Deadwood
A serial rapist seals his own fate when he sends a taunting letter to police, who use the DNA extracted from the saliva in the envelope's seal to track him down. And when a man is found dead in South Dakota, his head bashed in by a 50-pound rock, investigators go on a 20-year search for the killers--a man and woman who were part of a free-loving hippie group and are known only by the names "Outlaw" and "Inlaw."
Hours into her first shift, Investigator Cathy Lucci meets partner David Salvatore at the scene of her first homicide case. A 49 year-old male has been brutally stabbed and left to die with a blanket covering him. Investigators question anyone who knew the victim. Several people could be suspects - an erratic co-worker, a young acquaintance, an ex-wife or her boyfriend. But who was angry enough to stab a man 46 times and concerned enough to cover him with a blanket? With no clear answers, Lucci's first case is a complicated puzzle. Can she and Salvatore put the pieces together?
Ruby Ann Ruffolo
A discovery in the woods leads police to a troubled marriage, a drug overdose and a deadly plot.
Anna Nicole Smith
The dazzlingly ditzy reality star and former Playboy model was found dead of a prescription drug overdose in February 2007. Her tragic story is a cautionary tale of excess and indulgence in Hollywood, and how a celebrity’s chaotic lifestyle can cloud the better judgment of those caught in the whirlwind. Howard K. Stern, Anna’s lawyer and manager, along with Dr. Khristine Eroshevich, and Dr. Sandeep Kapoor were accused of conspiring to prescribe excess drugs to Anna. The legal battle raged. Dr. Sandeep Kapoor was aquitted of all charges. However, Dr. Eroshevich and Howard K. Stern were convicted in 2010 of two counts of conspiring to obtain prescriptions under a false name. but a year later, an appeals court reversed the ruling. Deputy Dist. Atty. Sean Carney objected to the reduction saying a message needed to be sent to doctors who bend the laws for celebrities. 'It's an epidemic of doctors prescribing to celebrities and celebrities dying because doctors won't uphold their oath.’
Dr Richard Shepherd investigates the death of Anna Nicole Smith. Her marriage to a billionaire 67 years her senior brought her global notoriety and started her on a downward path that led to her death in a Florida hotel room at the age of just 39.
Former Guess Girl, playboy Playmate, Marilyn Monroe lookalike and Reality TV star Anna Nicole Smith was a tabloid sensation in the 90s and early 2000s. Smith was as famous for her addictions and lavish lifestyle as she was for her curves and charisma. But when she died of an accidental overdose at age 39, she left behind a legacy of unresolved legal battles and a 5 - month old baby girl with an uncertain inheritance and several men claiming paternity.
To some, Marilyn Monroe was a goddess. To others, she was little more than a bimbo. But deep down, Marilyn was a desperate woman trying to escape the tragedy of her childhood. She built a career like no actress before her, thriving on scandals… until they would eventually overwhelm and destroy her.
On August 5th 1962, Marilyn Monroe was found dead in the bedroom of her Los Angeles home. Forensic pathologist Dr. Richard Shepherd uses the autopsy report to re-examines her death.
Perhaps the greatest sexy symbol of the 20th century, Marilyn Monroe was more than a Hollywood star – she was an icon. Yet the story of Norma Jeane Mortenson is a tragedy about a young woman who dreamed of being loved by the world, achieved stardom, and yet died alone, the victim of her addictions and loneliness. But in death, the legend of Marilyn Monroe only grew and with it, the demand for her image – and the willingness of strangers to exploit it.
Packed with behind the scenes access, red carpets and celebrities, Celebrity Page brings you the inside scoop on the world of entertainment. From the best of film, music, TV and fashion to the latest celebrity weddings, babies, hook-ups or break-ups, Celebrity Page is the place to get up close and personal with your favorite stars.
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