As you know in fashion, one day you're in. And the next day, you're out. Say "Auf wiedersehen!" to Heidi Klum because the supermodel-turned-America’s Got Talent judge has been replaced. Get ready Project Runway fans because you're about to be charmed by Alyssa Milano's hosting skills.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Milano has signed on as the newest host of Lifetime’s fashion forward competition Project Runway All Stars. The Who’s The Boss star will join returning judges Georgina Chapman and Isaac Mizrahi for the Season 3.
Previous judges of the all-star seasons include Angela Lindvall (season one) and Carolyn Murphy (season two). The cast of the newest all star season has not been announced just yet, but production is slated to begin in New York later this month. The uber-popular reality competition will debut on Lifetime this fall.
Milano’s newest TV series Mistresses premieres tonight at 10 PM on ABC.
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What was supposed to be an uplifting sporting event quickly turned tragic on Monday afternoon when two explosions went off near the finish line of the Boston Marathon. At this point in time, the Associated Press is reporting that two people are dead and dozens of others are injured.
This sad news touches way too close to home for some celebritties who are originally from in and around the Boston area. See what these celebrities are saying about the devastating events on Twitter.
Such a senseless and tragic day. My family and I send our love to our beloved and resilient Boston.
— Ben Affleck (@BenAffleck) April 15, 2013
My heart aches for my hometown.
— Mindy Kaling (@mindykaling) April 15, 2013
My thoughts and prayers for the people in Boston.Please donate if you can, RedCrossBlood.org/MA
— Julia Louis-Dreyfus (@OfficialJLD) April 15, 2013
Watching coverage of Boston Marathon explosions, heart in my throat.
— Tom Bergeron (@Tom_Bergeron) April 15, 2013
Sending prayers to all those in Boston....
— Debra Messing (@DebraMessing) April 15, 2013
My love and strength go out to all those affected by the explosions! #BostonMarathon2013
— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) April 15, 2013
thoughts and prayers are with everybody in boston. heartbreaking...
— Chris Evans (@ChrisEvans) April 15, 2013
I'm OK. Most importantly, praying for those injured and affected by this. Still don't have a lot of info. Thanks for your love and concern
— Ethan Zohn (@EthanZohn) April 15, 2013
Praying for everyone home in boston. Devatated at the news #bostonmarathon
— maria menounos (@mariamenounos) April 15, 2013
There was an explosion by the finish line about 5 minutes after I finished- I'm ok but I'm sure there are many hurt.
— Joey McIntyre (@joeymcintyre) April 15, 2013
My prayers with everyone in Boston right now after this atrocious act of violence!!
— Dane Cook (@DaneCook) April 15, 2013
Saying prayers for those hurt in the #Boston Marathon explosions
— Boston Rob (@BostonRob) April 15, 2013
So grateful that my little brother in Boston is safe, but heartbroken over what happened.
— Ali Fedotowsky (@AliFedotowsky) April 15, 2013
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A billionaire TV producer (Robert Mammone) has a great idea for a reality show that he wants to put on the Internet and his goal is to beat the 40 million Super Bowl audience. He has compiled a crack team of young hip and immoral tech geeks directed by Goldman (Rick Hoffman) and puts cameras throughout a remote island where former prisoners are going to kill each other while audiences watch after shelling out the pay-per-view fee. The location is done on a remote secret island and the death row prisoners are bought from prisons around the world with the promise that the survivor gets to walk free. Among the contestants are a rogue Aussie named McStarley (Vinnie Jones) a martial arts expert (Masa Yamaguchi) a husband-and-wife team (Manu Bennett and Dasi Ruz) a monstrous killer who doesn't do much more than grunt (Nathan Jones) and others known only as The Italian The German and other monikers quickly forgotten. Enter the sole American Jack Conrad (Steve Austin) who's in a South American prison for some obscure reason and is recognized on TV by his wife (Madeleine West) who tries to save him. However it looks like Conrad is pretty good at helping himself. Don't expect the acting to be much more evolved than what could be seen among the World Wrestling Entertainment superstars especially since many of them were plucked from the ring to star in this morality tale. But Austin (who had in a strong cameo in Adam Sandler's Longest Yard) proves he has a sense of humor as well as strength. Vinnie Jones is ridiculously over-the-top as the Aussie who's the hand-picked winner of this game shown setting up alliances Survivor style only to turn on them later. The supporting cast are refreshingly entertaining but one-note caricatures both in the contest and running the contest. It's obvious that they aren't going to be around long but the actors do milk their tiny roles for every bit of attention they can get. Rick Hoffman as the brilliant camera mastermind of the project is both whiny sniveling and mean-spirited so when he joins some of the rest of the crew and suddenly develops a backbone and a conscience he ends up stealing the movie with his acerbic humor. But it's the understated American hero Conrad who holds a mirror up to the people who like to watch this stuff. Director Scott Wiper who co-wrote this story has also acted in similar movies like this (A Better Way to Die). It’s obvious he knows what he’s doing with The Condemned and develops a sense of voyeuristic angst like those of us who can't keep our eyes off a train wreck. Like the darkly subversive Belgian film Man Bites Dog the camera crew remains safely distant and remote until the reality directly involves them. Then the crew wonders "What the hell are we doing?" while the audience might be thinking "What the hell are we watching?" Much like Series 7: The Contenders Rollerball and other movies which show a dark and bloody near future this kind of reality doesn't seem too far away and maybe proves that movies which provide this type of gladiator spectacle target a certain segment of the human population who need to blow off steam.