- Ali Wentworth | Daily Shot | Thu, Jan 2, 2014 12:45 PM EST | Comments
Megan Hilty is the face (and voice) behind such hits as "Smash" and "Sean Saves the World," but the recent event that has her gushing happened offscreen. This past November, she married fellow actor Brian Gallagher. The kicker? The two wed just nine days after getting engaged.
"We just wanted to be married," Megan says, "so we called our parents and our siblings and said, 'Listen, in nine days we will be in Vegas. Be there.' And everybody showed up!"
The newlywed insists marriage was not something she had on the brain prior to meeting her husband. "I thought I was going to be single my whole life," the actress says. "It was never something that I wanted. I was never one of those girls. I'm very career-oriented."
Megan and her hubby kept things low-key for their nuptials. "Our reception was a pajama party," she says. "We all raced upstairs, put on our pajamas, had our dinner, and got hammered."Read More »
- Ali Wentworth | Daily Shot | Mon, Dec 30, 2013 8:54 AM EST | Comments
Wondering why men do the things they do? We typed "Why do men" into the Yahoo search engine and asked comedian Jo Koy to answer some of the most frequently asked questions about guys.
WATCH: Man Code, Decoded
Why do men like younger women? Jo insists that not all men do. "I like an older woman," he says. "I think it's just kind of annoying to take a girl out that just hasn't experienced anything."
Why do men always have to be right? Jo says that's not the case anymore. Before the Internet, he says, it was just too much work for women to prove their men wrong. "Now you just go to the Internet and you can find out that the guy's wrong."
Why do men always touch themselves? "Because it's always tangled, no matter what!" Joe explains. "You have to untangle it somehow."
What do men think about implants? According to Jo, it doesn't matter. "I like boobs in general," he says. "If a woman chooses to get implants, I'm all right with it."
To find out...Read More »
- Ali Wentworth | Daily Shot | Fri, Dec 27, 2013 9:31 AM EST | Comments
Isabel Gillies had what she thought was "the perfect life." She was married to a professor at Oberlin College, had two young children and a beautiful home, and was enjoying her acting career as Elliot Stabler's wife in "Law & Order: SVU." Then, things changed drastically. "He fell in love with someone in the English Department and left me very suddenly."
Four years later, Isabel chronicles the demise of her marriage and the steps she took to get through it in her book "Happens Every Day: An All-Too-True-Story." Today, she's remarried and says that, "It's all good now. It truly, truly is."
Isabel says she made it through the dark period in her life by learning not to be resentful toward her ex-husband. "Life is long and big," she says. "It's better to light a candle than curse the darkness."
She also learned to appreciate and love the little, great moments of her day, even something small as enjoying a cup of yogurt with honey. "Those little...Read More »
- Ali Wentworth | Daily Shot | Mon, Dec 23, 2013 10:21 AM EST | CommentsDean Cain rose to fame for wearing undies over a spandex suit. While he's had a number of roles after "Lois & Clark: The Adventures of Superman," he says he doesn't mind being best recognized for his time as Clark Kent. "I don't mind being somebody's Superman at all," he says.
How did he land the iconic role? "I walked in like any other audition," Dean says. "I had read the script, and I thought, 'This kind of make sense to me.'" But there was one other actor he had to beat out first: Kevin Sorbo. "He's blond, so I was like, 'I got this,'" Dean said.
Before Dean established himself in Hollywood, he dated Brooke Shields while the two were students at Princeton. "Took her virginity?" Ali asked.
"You don't take a woman's virginity. She gives it to you," Dean replied. "I will let Brooke be the purveyor of that one."
Dean's latest project is the ION movie "Defending Santa," in which he pla...Read More »
- Ali Wentworth | Daily Shot | Fri, Dec 20, 2013 11:03 AM EST | Comments
Have you finished your holiday shopping? If not, don't panic just yet. Alie Ward and Georgia Hardstark are the vintage clothing-wearing, best-friend cocktail-enthusiasts who star on the Cooking Channel's "Tripping Out With Alie and Georgia," and they stopped by the "Daily Shot" to tell us what gifts to buy for our foodie friends.
WATCH: DIY Holiday Gifts
For the coffee lovers out there, Alie and Georgia recommend the Nescafé Dolce Gusto Genio by Fiorucci, an at-home coffee and espresso machine with a trendy design. "It's great espresso drinks," Georgia says. "And it's also adorable — so you basically have pop art in your kitchen."
If you're taking a bottle of wine to a Christmas dinner, carry it in a BUILT Holiday Wine Tote, which keeps bottles from breaking. The tote comes in festive holiday colors and patterns. "They're like scuba gear for a wine bottle," Alie says.
For families, Alie and Georgia say, a George Foreman grill is essential for eas...Read More »